So I was running npm install –global [email protected] so that I can run npm install –save opencv4nodejs, but I kept getting errors. I went online and made a lot of different modifications to my system path but I wasn’t able to make any progress. I’m on the latest version of node and npm (if that’s ..
Installed Node v14.16.1 in Windows 10 machine. Opened command prompt and typed ‘node’ that printed D:>node Welcome to Node.js v14.16.1. Type ".help" for more information. > Now after that in another command prompt typed ‘npm’ that errored Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19041.928] (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. D:>npm internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:883 throw err; ^ Error: Cannot find ..
as the title suggests I’m trying to install DateTimePicker and I get this error: npm ERR! code ERESOLVE npm ERR! ERESOLVE unable to resolve dependency tree npm ERR! npm ERR! While resolving: [email protected] npm ERR! Found: [email protected] npm ERR! node_modules/react npm ERR! [email protected]"16.13.1" from the root project npm ERR! peer [email protected]">=16.8.3" from @react-native-community/[email protected] npm ERR! ..
npm upgrade has suddenly started crashing in my Vue installations ar follows. It has been fine until this morning. The only change I can see is I updated to the latest npm npm install -g npm This is what happens when I try to upgrade… C:DATAAPPSsurvival>npm outdated Package Current Wanted Latest Location Depended by core-js ..
Could someone please suggest npm dependency which can be used to convert docx attachment to pdf in nodejs on windows. Docx-pdf doesn’t work as phantomjs-prebuilt is deprecated Source: Windows..
Running npx create-react-app my-app in Documents and its’ subdirectories doesn’t create the app or anything else for that matter. It fetches the data and finishes with npx: installed 67 in 4.443s and gets stuck there – can’t input any new commands. Closing the terminal doesn’t give any errors like it should when forcefully stopping the ..
this is the first this ever happened to me. I am trying to install a documentation generator (docma) and for some reason I follow everything they say in the docs and can’t execute ‘docma’ or ‘docma serve’, it says it’s not recognized as a cmdlet, tried it on my Linux machine and it also isn’t ..
So, recently our InfoSec group pushed out a new policy that removes local admin access for domain accounts. That change hasn’t affected our group too much, but recently I had one of the devs on my team send his laptop into the service desk to have a hardware issue looked into and, the service desk ..
This is my path PS C:Program FilesPowerShell> $Env:Path C:Program FilesPowerShell;C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplication;C:Program FilesAdoptOpenJDKjdk-22.214.171.124-hotspotbin;C:Windowssystem32;C:Windows;C:WindowsSystem32Wbem;C:Python27;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsApps;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalGitHubDesktopbin;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsApps;C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesPropellerhead SoftwareReWire;C:Program FilesCommon FilesPropellerhead SoftwareReWire;C:Program FilesNVIDIA CorporationNVIDIA NvDLISR;C:WINDOWSsystem32windowspowershellv1.0;C:Program Filesnodejs;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataRoamingnpm;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsApps;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalGitHubDesktopbin;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsApps;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataLocalProgramsMicrosoft VS Codebin;C:UsersChiefkesAppDataRoamingnpm When I run npm -v I get the following: PS C:Program FilesPowerShell> npm -v ResourceUnavailable: Program ‘npm’ failed to run: No application is associated with the specified file for ..