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Shashi Kiran
@kiranshashiny

@artoodeeto - Just do this - to fix the problem. All you need is a package.json file.
Run a npm init in the home folder once and accept the defaults. It will create a default package.json file.

$npm init
package name: (bevywise) testnpmpackage << Enter a dummy name here.

Accept default, ( just keep hitting enter :) )
When it asks for "Is this OK". Type in 'yes'.

This will create a dummy package.json file in the home folder.
Rerun your install again.
Should be it.

Shashi Kiran
@kiranshashiny
You have another WARNing, stating that webpack2 or webpack3 is not installed.
npm install webpack@latest
Good Luck.
aRtoo
@artoodeeto
@kiranshashiny thank you sir. i tried what you said but theres still a warning. haha. nevemind. as long as its working.thanks :)
Muhammad Hasham
@MuhammadHasham23
can anyone help me with mongodb?
yayabinridwan
@yayabinridwan
Hello guys.
Several days ago. I have been created LINE messaging bot. He can helps u search information about mini encyclopedia & earthquake information.
If u have skill and experienced on Javascript coding. I wish u can contribute to my bot. Because im non-CS degree student and this semester and next semester i would focused on my thesis
Best regrads,
Dion Aditya
Repo's bot github/yayabinridwan/AbdiBot
AbdulSamii Ajala
@jalasem
Hi everyone, this is Ajala Abdulsamii, Organizer for NodeSchool Ilorin
edieblu
@edieblu
Hi @jalasem :smile:
shakesBeardZ
@shakesBeardZ
I'm giving NodeJS workshop in 3h for people mostly know JS in the front end any suggestions?
Hychhayrith
@Hychhayrith
question 1.PNG
Hello. I'm new to NodeJS. Now I got stuck with this exercise. Can anyone show me some solution?
mattia richetto
@mattiaerre
Hi @Hychhayrith why don’t you post what you’ve got so far? 😊
ghugan
@ghugan
hi..I have no idea on how to get started at nodeschool
Can someone guide on how the tutorials works in nodeschool?
mattia richetto
@mattiaerre

hi @ghugan did you check the nodeschool website?

https://nodeschool.io/#workshopper-list

did you try to run javascripting?

https://github.com/workshopper/javascripting

suryaZivame
@skant09
hello
yash6966
@yash6966
heyy! i m new to nodeschool and want to start javascript but the codes written on site is for linux os only?
HiepCongChua
@HiepCongChua
Hi guys, I just joined nodeschool and I want to run the javascripting project in the window I ran npm install -g javascripting, what do I have to do to run this project?
Anshul
@AnshulMalik
@yash6966 the code is for all the operating systems
@HiepCongChua you can run it by typing javascripting in the terminal or command prompt
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
I was exploring the ability to autobind methods to a class instance, for specific scenarios and I am curious to get you feedback on this 'hack': https://gist.github.com/ajmas/74bc3ff48dcd0c645d3fd59f953e8b2c
Vaibhav Shrivastava
@mishuvs
Hello! Has NodeSchool stopped accepting any more chapter applications?
Kyle Thomas
@its-kyle-yo
Hey everyone! Is there anyone available to help me out with taking over a chapter? I'm a bit lost and overall confused and need help with getting things in order to make changes and updates
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
Hello, everyone, my terminal is saying that the operations for javascripting was rejected. Any ideas?
Also is there a way I can upload my screenshot so everyone can see what I'm talking about?
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
@its-kyle-yo did you ever get a reply?
@shallahrichardson you can drag and drop the image
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
Screen Shot 2019-10-04 at 8.35.31 PM.png
@its-kyle-yo here's the image
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
@shallahrichardson Before I answer, from reading it what do you think could be the error?
The explanation is in the error message, so I want to see if you can decode it
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
Not sure it has a bunch of error messages
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
Please read each line. This is important if you want to be autonomous and a good problem solver in Node JS
What does line 4 say?
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
check permissions
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
followed by?
Does you user have write permission to the indicated path?
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
no
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
Needing to get off the computer, so I'll provide the answer. Your user can't write to the indicated folder, as indicated by the error message. Further down it suggests running the command as admin, which is not ideal but the way nodejs installs global packages
for this: sudo npm install -g javascripting
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
Thank's but I going to have to do some research because I don't understand
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
Where are you confused?
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
As to how you found the answer
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
Anything under /usr folder belongs to the root user, so you won't have write access. In order to get write access you need to run the command as root, which is what the sudo commands allows you to do
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
Ok thanks
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
The error message indicates your user is not able to write to that path
I'd recommend reading up on Unix command line environments. It is a big, and took me a while to learn everything I know, but it is worth it. Make the command line your home :)