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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
softdev07
@softdev07
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 :)
It is Linux oriented, but the Mac shares a lot of the points
shallahrichardson
@shallahrichardson
I'm sorry but the Javascript package still isn't working with the line of code you've just sent me
Andre-John Mas
@ajmas
What error does it give now?
HoneyehYz
@HoneyehYz
Hi, I am trying the https://github.com/workshopper/javascripting#run-the-workshop but once I enter javascripting I got these error messeges:
EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir '/home/vagrant/.config/workshopper'
EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir '/home/vagrant/.config/javascripting'
I keep deleting them and got the blue menu, but once I click on one of the options I again get these error messeges. I also once remove everything and started from begining. So I am sure I followed the steps but there must be somthing maybe with lighthouse lab Vagrant.
anyone had the same issue?
Achilleas Chairetis
@achille66
vagrant [javascripting]> javascripting
EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir '/home/vagrant/.config/workshopper'
same issue here, installed on MacOS Catalina, VirtualBox and Vagrant
updated/upgraded Ubuntu but to no avail
Mahsa Arabameri
@Mahsa1990a
Hi everyone.
When I am trying to run javascripting through my terminal I got error —>
EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir ‘/home/vagrant/.config/workshopper’
Does anyone know what is the solution?
kelzceana
@kelzceana
Has anyone got the solution to this error message
EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir ‘/home/vagrant/.config/workshopper’
Natasha
@NColusso
Hi I found the answer.. For me it was based on what node version was on my computer vs which one was in vagrant. If you check which one is on your computer you can compare and see which one is in the VM with nvm ls. For me it was 8.9.4 where my computer had 12.19.0. You can update the version you had by putting in nvm install 12.19.0 (or whichever program your computer has) then reinstall and run javascripting. Worked for me
Mahsa Arabameri
@Mahsa1990a
You are absolutely right Natasha! I had node v14.13.0 but I had to install version 12.18.4 by this command : nvm install 12.18.4
Natasha
@NColusso
Very happy to share, went through so many different pages looking for answers and trying different options hoping to save others the time I spent sorting out :) glad it worked for you
Christopher Yourth
@Yourthy
I had 12.19.0 on my local and have installed the 12.19.0 on the VM but am now getting "-bash: npm: command not found" when trying to reinstall javascripting. Any ideas??
A7pekt
@A7pekt
(English)I learned JavaScript at learn.javascript.ru, which workshops with this knowledge should I take and which shouldn't I take at NodeSchool? (Russian)Я изучил JavaScript на learn.javascript.ru , какие воркшопы с этими знаниями мне стоит а какие не стоит проходить на NodeSchool?
Misogishin
@Misogishin
gus i wrote javascripting but it tells me that nothing is found i tried to install everyting again but nothin changed what should i do ?
Samrath07
@Samrath07
I am having trouble in installing the functional-javascript-workshop using npm. Getting warnings and the package is not installed
lorenco-an
@lorenco-an

I had this error and fixed it by updating node on my host computer and updating node on the root directory of my Vagrant VM. (updating node on the vagrant directory didn't fix my issue, only doing it in the root directory did; i believe it may be because doing it from root is more system wide).

the command to update node is 'nvm install node'

(since i updated node on both the host and VM, they both had the same version (the most up-to-date one); if you'd rather not update, you may need to make sure they're at least running the same version)

i also downloaded the node version manager which helped me update node, more info here: https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm/blob/master/README.md#installing-and-updating

i then re-ran 'npm install -g javascripting' in terminal, and the installation looked differently this time. then when i ran 'javascripting' all my issues were gone.

if you get a message saying npm is not installed, then you may have to google how to install it

also, i had to have homebrew installed on both the host and VM (check the homebrew website for installation details). hope this helps!