I got two inscrutable error messages installing a package from npm, on my completely normal Windows 10 system, and need to know where I should look to find out what they mean and how to solve them. The explanations need not to assume knowledge of npm internals. It would be useful if they explain enough ..
I setup a nodejs application in Windows server 2012 and have PM2 and PM2-windows-service in order to run without login. But currently the PM2 installed in Windows service started and stopped immediately. I checked event log viewer, only show service start and stop, not much of data in it. Any way I can continue to ..
Today I tried to install platformio-ide-terminal on my atom text editor it gave me the following error. Installing “[email protected]” failed.Hide output… [email protected] install C:UsersATULIT~1AppDataLocalTempapm-install-dir-20201011-2252-1g498lz.2gjhnode_modulesplatformio-ide-terminalnode_modulesnode-pty-prebuilt-multiarch prebuild-install || node scripts/install.js C:UsersATULIT~1AppDataLocalTempapm-install-dir-20201011-2252-1g498lz.2gjhnode_modulesplatformio-ide-terminalnode_modulesnode-pty-prebuilt-multiarch>if not defined npm_config_node_gyp (node "C:UsersAtulit AnandAppDataLocalatomapp-1.52.0resourcesappapmnode_modulesnpmnode_modulesnpm-lifecyclenode-gyp-bin….node_modulesnode-gypbinnode-gyp.js" rebuild ) else (node "C:UsersAtulit AnandAppDataLocalatomapp-1.52.0resourcesappapmnode_modulesnpmnode_modulesnode-gypbinnode-gyp.js" rebuild ) prebuild-install WARN install No prebuilt binaries found (target=6.1.12 runtime=electron arch=x64 libc= platform=win32) ..
Tengo problemas con npm. Intente de todo, reinstalar node, actualizar npm, eliminar el archivo .cmd, desinstalar node, borrar los registros del OS y limpiar la basura de la computadora. Y aun asi no me funciona bien. Estoy en Windows 10. Cuando reinstalo node ejecuto: node -v. Todo bien… Pero ejecuto: npm -v y me responde ..
I need to configure jfrog to install the dependencies for the project, I’m doing the following steps: in powershell curl -u user:apikey https://artifactory.jfrog.io/artifactory/api/npm/auth from that I get the code with _auth = LongToken ; email = [email protected] ; always-auth = true now I paste this code in $USERPROFILE%/.npmrc through vim and save it and when ..
Installing nvm nodejs on Windows. nvm works fine but npm or node returns me "is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." I have included the paths to PATH: %JAVA_HOME%bin;%MONGODB_HOME%bin;C:Program FilesGitcmd;C:ProgramDatachocolateybin;%NVM_HOME%;%NVM_SYMLINK%; where NVM_SYMLINK refers to C:Program Filesnodejs Source: Windows..
After I run "npm install" I get these errors, I’ve ran "npm install –g –production windows-build-tools", I’ve also deleted node_modules, package-lock.json and installed Visual Studio community 2019 but still have the same issue… C:UsersmyuserDocumentsGitHubmyReponode_modulessnappy> if not defined npm_config_node_gyp "C:UsersmyuserDocumentsGitHubmyReponode_modulesnpm-lifecyclenode-gyp-bin….node_modulesnode-gypbinnode-gyp.js" rebuild ) else (node "C:Program Filesnodejsnode_modulesnpmnode_modulesnode-gypbinnode-gyp.js" rebuild ) Building the projects in this solution one at ..
When I try to install node and start an angular project I get some sort of inexplicable behavior, but let me give you a few examples: freshly installed node.js (v12.19.0) Environment variable is correctly set for npm run "npm install -g @angular/cli" SyntaxError: Invalid or unexpected token after that I tried to the same install ..
I had procrastinated since forever to look up the proper way of setting up a sane Windows environment for developing NodeJS applications, and I kept using Linux or WSL instead. I finally looked it up, and I wanted to share my setup with anyone who also needs it. This is current at the time of ..
I had procrastinated since forever to look up the proper way of setting up a sane Windows environment for developing NodeJS applications, and I kept using Linux or WSL instead. This is mostly about global package installations such as npm install typescript -g in Windows. I finally looked it up today, and I wanted to ..