I stored my credentials in .npmrc file,but it is not detected by my OS. In gitbash ls -la .npmrc -rw-r–r– 1 EUROPE+romanrublev 4096 724 Oct 18 13:29 .npmrc $ npm get .npmrc undefined In Powershell npm get .npmrc undefined Why? How to fix this? Source: Windows..
When I run(from Gitbash) npm run compile I got ‘tsc’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE I checked $ npm config get prefix C:UsersromanrublevAppDataRoamingnpm I installed tsc(npm i-g tsc). In the above directory I have I checked env variables on my Windows Install ..
I have a Next.js application that works and then when I leave it and come back to it I get errno: -4048, code: ‘EPERM’, syscall: ‘rmdir’, path: ‘C:UsersgmacrGoogle DriveOptical-Font-WebsiteO.nextserverpages’ } npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE npm ERR! errno 1 npm ERR! [email protected] dev: `next dev` npm ERR! Exit status 1 npm ERR! npm ERR! Failed at ..
Every time I run an npm command the current location doesn’t return once it’s finished. Is there a way to fix this? Source: Windows..
I came across this issue while running this project from github https://github.com/angular-university/reactive-angular-course. I am running on windows and have all the latest dependencies, still I am facing this issue, however on mac it is working fine. Can anyone please help me with that? $ npm run server > [email protected] server > ./node_modules/.bin/ts-node -P ./server/server.tsconfig.json ./server/server.ts ..
i want to create a Windows shell script that opens vscode in a given directory and executes ‘npm start’ within vs code. Is that possible? I am facing some problems, hopefully you can help me. My Script @echo off set codePath=C:Usersreposource set currrentWorkingDirectory=%cd% set VSCODE="C:Program FilesMicrosoft VS Codecode.exe" call:start_service_ui GOTO :EOF :start_service_ui echo start service ..
I am trying to install Onboard.js on Windows using the following command: npm i bnc-onboard This is failing with the following error: How can I fix this? Source: Windows..
As far as I know and as far as it’s relevant, there is 2 ways to run project on Windows 10 machine, while passing variables: NODE_ENV=production && npm run dev npm run prod What’s going on here?.. Why first example runs smoothly, while the second – returns undefined?.. What I get with second example is ..
I am failing to do npm install: λ npm install -g pageres-cli npm ERR! code ETIMEDOUT npm ERR! errno ETIMEDOUT npm ERR! network request to http://calculon:4873/pageres-cli failed, reason: connect ETIMEDOUT 192.168.10.99:4873 calculon is just a name of another computer in my LAN and it is turned off. No relation with it and current computer should ..
this is what shows up anytime i try to update my npm version** C:Usershp2000>npm install [email protected] npm ERR! code ENOENT npm ERR! syscall open npm ERR! path C:Usershp2000/package.json npm ERR! errno -4058 npm ERR! enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open ‘C:Usershp2000package.json’ npm ERR! enoent This is related to npm not being able to ..