If you don't know how to edit files from the command line you're gonna have a hard time.
Anyways you can use nano to do it:sudo nano /etc/mongod.conf
I do "npm install" and at the end I obtain this error:
npm ERR! Linux 2.6.32-642.6.2.el6.x86_64 npm ERR! argv "/home/vagrant/.nvm/v7.2.0/bin/node" "/home/vagrant/.nvm/v7. n/npm" "install" npm ERR! node v7.2.0 npm ERR! npm v3.10.9 npm ERR! path /vagrant/nodebb/node_modules/nyc/node_modules/yargs/node_mod indow-size/cli.js npm ERR! code ENOENT npm ERR! errno -2 npm ERR! syscall chmod npm ERR! enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, chmod '/vagrant/nodebb/ odules/nyc/node_modules/yargs/node_modules/window-size/cli.js' npm ERR! enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, chmod '/vagrant/nodebb/ odules/nyc/node_modules/yargs/node_modules/window-size/cli.js' npm ERR! enoent This is most likely not a problem with npm itself npm ERR! enoent and is related to npm not being able to find a file. npm ERR! enoent npm ERR! Please include the following file with any support request: npm ERR! /vagrant/nodebb/npm-debug.log ``` What I can do to avoid this?
Does the user you're running
npm install as have permission to create files in that folder?
@Bri I think it can be a plugin, is it possible? If it is a plugin what I have do to avoid this error? Because this error is throw when I launch the ./nodebb dev for the second time, because for the first time it work but for the second time is not work.
From the directory you're running your commands in, what do these output:
This is run from your home folder. Can you do the same command in your nodebb directory?
@Bri yes sorry. So I go in /vagrant/nodebb and I run "whoami" and the result is "vagrant". So I run "ls -la" and the result is:
Did you install node (via nvm) as root (i.e.
sudo nvm install...)
@Bri Yes I did. I follow this guide to install nodebb:
I installed node 7.0.0