Most likely, it doesn't work according to some comments at. For macos the instructions are here: I also tried an Optus Internet connection and it worked. For more information about our new issue aging policies and why we've instituted them please see our. I did ring up telstra technical support but as you may guess they have no idea. The key to getting it right is the spelling of the settings. I'm opening this issue because: npm install is not working for my computer What's going wrong? For users in some locations India in particular , problems installing packages may be due to connectivity problems reaching GitHub and not the npm registry.
So it is definitely a Telstra issue. On a recent assignment, I needed to install npm behind a corporate proxy. I comment them out in. You can also set the proxy configuration as a command line argument or environment variable. If possible, run npm with at least one -d flag to increase the logging level.
That's basically what I need. A little searching and I discover that npm uses a configuration file and it can be added to via the command line npm config set. I am afraid this is an issue on my end but all of the similar issues googling has lead me to are talking about a proxy. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread. A pop-up window will open displaying Path under System Variables. Unsetting all of the proxy options using npm config rm proxy npm config rm https-proxy And then running npm install in my Git Bash shell worked perfectly.
Here it was for fs-extra 5 minutes later it worked. Thanks Nagaraj Is this still a problem for you? Don't worry -- you can always come back again and open a new issue! Can you try updating your npm installation? See: 'npm help config' Thought I'd chime in. I tried restarting my internet + I did an internet speed check where I am getting 32 Mbps downloa. If your company is like mine, I have to change my password pretty often. Eg your %userprofile% or ~.
Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread. My friend tried with his phone and it works and its not telstra. Hi, I am behind corporate proxy. I tried all of these options, but my proxy wasn't having any of it for some reason. After some googling, I found the following way to configure the proxy for npm. I am that desperate I will go get a prepaid internet from another isp. See: 'npm help config' Appreciate any help on this.
Usually, strange network errors are an instance of this specific problem. I get almost the same error, with the same versions, as aecorredor above. I also tried to set the registry to the non-https version but still had the same problem. At my day job, I have to use a proxy and it does use port 8080; I come home to work and do not use one, so I've gotten quite familiar with. So the proxy could also be specified as follows. If you can guide me in any way it will be helpful.
Visiting via the browser works fine. What's the output of npm config list? Pick a suitable filename, like rootcert. Other command line utilities, like ruby gems, recognized these environment variables. Is there something in Node to try? I am located in melbourne. What mobile company is your friend with? Open an command prompt or terminal session and run the following commands to configure npm to work with your web proxy.
To update npm on Windows, follow the instructions here: We are trying to clean up older npm issues, so if we don't hear back from you within a week, we will close this issue. You can download and install the Git Bash. I don't know how it's set up correctly for the proxy and the Windows cmd prompt isn't, but it worked. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Verify your credentials, test the specific credentials with a separate application. It looks like your npm config isn't set correctly. Today it just did not work.