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    Wilson López Romero
    @enKoding
    @guillaum3f Could you solve your problem? I have the same one.
    Xhip
    @xhip
    guys one question.. I love using n to update and so much.. but Im having a problem with Atom.. I tried to run inside atom and it gives "unable to run: node" I tried "whereis node" to add to path or something but I cant make it work..
    does anyone had this problem?
    Wilson López Romero
    @enKoding
    @xhip I’d like to help you dude, but I don’t use Atom… Sorry.
    Xhip
    @xhip
    no problem @WilsonLopezRomero
    Alex Munoz
    @AlexMunoz905
    From my POV this is the exact same as terminal
    But i have not put much research into this product

    lol

    torylu
    @torylu
    hey guys when I type n and it said no installed version, but I have already installed the node. what's wrong wrong with that?
    Gabriel Schroder
    @knotech
    Hey all, I just installed n last night, and I'm pretty sure when I installed and changed back to 0.12.0, it downgraded npm back to 2.5.1, from 3.3.6. But when I switch back to node v5, the version of npm stays the same. Is there some configuration option I missed, or should I report this as a bug?
    Johan
    @johan718
    If anyone knows the answer to @knotech 's question please mention me as well.
    Testing
    testing
    var testing = true
    Johan
    @johan718
    Testing<br>testing2
    Francesc Gil
    @xescugc
    Hi all! is there a way to automaticalli switch the node version when entering to a project/dir ? like a .nrc config file?
    Andrew Owen
    @andrewowen
    was curious as to if anyone else was having trouble getting 'n' to work with zshell?
    Brian Hanna
    @TheHanna
    Hey, I'm new to this library. Is there a way to specify what version of NPM gets installed with a specific version of Node.js? I'm trying to make sure I'm emulating a production environment exactly.
    Gibran Malheiros
    @gibatronic
    there's no way @TheHanna, but it's as easy as npm install --global npm@X.X.X! Just replace the Xs with the version you want.
    Ray Farias
    @sgnl
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    Ray Farias
    @sgnl

    Any hints on my bash script here? Although I have $(n stable) in my file it gives me an error saying “invalid version”. im a bash newb so please forgive me if there is a simple fix.

    https://gist.github.com/sgnl/b299ee2153b003e25ba83515d805caee

    image of output in gist

    Ray Farias
    @sgnl
    by removing the wrapping $() I am no longer experiencing the error. Though if anyone has any explanation, I’m all ears. :sparkles:
    Victoria French
    @victoriafrench
    @andrewowen yes I am using oh-my-zsh on macOS and n is foobarred using that zsh. still not sure how to fix it
    requiemforameme
    @requiemforameme

    I assume it's possible install n local to a project, and then setting up an npm script to run it
    (package.json)

    {
      "scripts": {
         "n": "n"
      }
    }

    And then run it with npm run n x.x.x

    Victoria French
    @victoriafrench
    Thanks. It fixed itself once I rebooted.
    Panagiotis Toni Bobolakis
    @ptbobolakis
    Hey guys, i somehow managed to screw up "n"
    when typing n, i get a list of my versions; so far so good. when i use my up/down arrows i get this:
    usage: grep [-abcDEFGHhIiJLlmnOoqRSsUVvwxZ] [-A num] [-B num] [-C[num]]
    [-e pattern] [-f file] [--binary-files=value] [--color=when]
    [--context[=num]] [--directories=action] [--label] [--line-buffered]
    [--null] [pattern] [file ...]
    node/0.12.7
    node/6.4.0
    node/6.5.0
    from here on nothing works. Any solutions to that?
    Isaac Boda
    @IsaacBoda_twitter
    Greetings. Have a question and am pretty novice with all this.

    When I run from administrator command prompt:

    npm install -g n

    I get a ERR code EBADPLATFORM message.

    c:\mongodb\bin>npm install -g n
    npm ERR! Windows_NT 6.3.9600
    npm ERR! argv "C:\\Program Files\\nodejs\\node.exe" "C:\\Program Files\\nodejs\\
    node_modules\\npm\\bin\\npm-cli.js" "install" "-g" "n"
    npm ERR! node v6.6.0
    npm ERR! npm  v3.10.3
    npm ERR! code EBADPLATFORM
    
    npm ERR! notsup Not compatible with your operating system or architecture: n@2.1
    .4
    npm ERR! notsup Valid OS:    !win32
    npm ERR! notsup Valid Arch:  any
    npm ERR! notsup Actual OS:   win32
    npm ERR! notsup Actual Arch: x64
    
    npm ERR! Please include the following file with any support request:
    npm ERR!     c:\mongodb\bin\npm-debug.log
    Log shows unsupported platform for n@2.1.4 and I am on Windows 8 x64
    Richeve S. Bebedor
    @volkovasystems
    cannot stat.png
    I have a problem suddenly n is not working on me,
    is this a bug should i file an issue?
    Tom Hauburger
    @thauburger
    Does n have a cut-off for node versions? I'm trying to install 0.4.3 for a legacy project, and am getting "invalid version"
    Arjun Komath
    @arjunkomath

    Hey guys, After running n latest, n itself stopped working in macOS Sierra
    usage: grep [-abcDEFGHhIiJLlmnOoqRSsUVvwxZ] [-A num] [-B num] [-C[num]] [-e pattern] [-f file] [--binary-files=value] [--color=when] [--context[=num]] [--directories=action] [--label] [--line-buffered] [--null] [pattern] [file ...]

    While selecting this pops up!

    Vlad Rimsha
    @SenhorBardell
    hey guys, i have "Allow incoming connections dialog" (Allow, deny) presumably after i installed n and/or switched versions. My node come from brew. Is there any way to allow incoming connections automatically?
    Joseph Haig
    @jrmhaig
    Is there an Ubuntu package for n?
    Also, what was the rationale for calling it ’n’? Trying to search for information about something with a single character name is incredibly hard.
    Troy Connor
    @troy0820
    There is a docker image I created called troy0820/node-n:latest that's ubuntu:14.04
    Martin Angelovski
    @mangelovski
    hm although this chat doesn't seem very active, the link: https://git.io/n-install is not working for me
    Teddy
    @andrelec1
    hello
    i try to install N from the https://github.com/mklement0/n-install
    but i have a strange issue
    i use a debian embed in my windows
    and i don't know how or why, my debian see the windows npm
    jeffy
    @jeffycai
    Maka.js, a react framework using Microservice Architecture https://makajs.org