|Error installing karma on Windows 7|
I ended up uninstalling node. Then used chocolatey to install it. That gave
me a couple of errors but as I debugged, it turned out that for some
reason, the npm config file had the wrong registry address to look up the
packages. So when I executed
npm install -g karma
it would try to connect to the registry and couldn't. After fixing the
address, everything worked smoothly. I was starting to question if my
previously installed programs had changed any system config files or
network settings. Evidently, there was no proxy issue encountered.
|Error on installing karma test runner|
Here's the Karma owner's (Vojta Jina) comment on the issue:
this is just optional compilation of native module to speed things up.
Even without native module it will still work.
In any case, not a Karma issue, so closing. If you want to compile
native modules, use linux/mac ;-)
Btw. regarding your getting the same error even after SDK install, possibly
VCBuild.exe and/or C++ compiler is not added to path.
|Python error while installing NodeJS on OpenSuse 12.3|
(1) Your post is dated 1 Jul 2013 and back then, the latest stable version
of nodejs was v0.10.12, which was introduced on 19 Jun 2013. As of today,
13 Mar 2014, the latest stable source code version of node js v0.10.26 As
of today, your source code version of nodejs is definitely not the latest.
(2) In the nodejs directory that I extracted from my downloaded nodejs
tarball, there is a first-level tools directory
[root@new-host node-v0.10.26]# pwd
[root@new-host node-v0.10.26]# ls -F
AUTHORS ChangeLog config.mk deps/ LICENSE node.gyp src/
benchmark/ common.gypi configure* doc/ Makefile out/
BSDmakefile config.gypi CONTRIBUTING.md lib/ node@ README.md
And within that tools/ directory, ther
|Nodejs npm install karma|
I had a similar error (on Linux though). The thing is this:
PhantomJS comes with it's own "installer" install.js that is fetching the
precompiled PhantomJS binaries to a temporary directory and unzips them to
somewhere inside your node_modules directory.
I had to export the TMPDIR variable because /tmp was not writable. In your
case it looks like the mp fallback doesn't cut it (it's Windows after
Try setting TMPDIR to point to an existing directory and run npm install
PS: Can anyone extend this answer with instructions on how to set
environment variables on Windows?
|nodejs conflicts with node (re installing nodejs)|
You may be able to use my pre-built packages which are available here:
They install a /usr/bin/nodejs binary and then create a symlink from that
If you are going to use these, be sure to remove any vestiges of any
previous installs so that the system is using the correct binaries.
|Rails installing mysql - Error installing mysql2: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension|
I've been so annoyed by the same problem, and finally succeeded in
installing mysql2. Kudos to odiszapc@github. It appears any other solution
I've found via Google than below doesn't work to me.
Copied and pasted from here. So no credit to me.
gem uninstall mysql2
Download last MySQL connector from
Extract it to C:connector-6.0.2
gem install mysql2 --platform=ruby --
Additional info on mine.
ruby 1.9.3p392 (2013-02-22) [i386-mingw32]
MySQL Server 5.6
Even if you successfully installed mysql2, you may still need some work
|Installing NodeJS via Maven|
You could try the frontend-maven-plugin (via
http://stackoverflow.com/a/19600777/1024571). According the docs:
This plugin downloads/installs Node and NPM locally for your project,
runs NPM install, Grunt and/or Karma
Basically it allows you to use Node as part of your build process without
requiring it to be installed globally on the build machine.
|Installing Mongoose in NodeJS 0.10.8|
This is not actually an error. If you check the builderror.log files in the
bson and kerberos module folders, you'll see that the logs are empty. Try
spooling up your MongoDB server instance and launch your Node.JS app. If
you have any more error feedback, please post as an edit and I will add
I had the same exact issue. Here is a link to my StackOverflow question.
|Installing nodejs on Debian 6|
I don't know the steps you took to compile from source. This is what I used
and It worked well on multiple servers:
sudo apt-get install git build-essential
sudo apt-get install wget
wget (link to node.js source -> found on nodejs.org/download/)
tar xvf node(press tab to auto load the version you're on)
pushd node(again, use tab)
sudo make install
0.1 + 0.2
You should receive a response. All set.
|cannot locate .npmrc file after installing nodejs and npm on ubuntu 12.04|
There can be per-user, global and built-in npmrc configs. So don't worry
about if there is no .npmrc file in your home directory. userconfig may or
may not exist. You can check the documentation on npm configuration files.
userconfig is not created for all users. To check if user config is there
and its location you can do :
npm config ls -l | grep config
My output comes out as
; cli configs
; userconfig /home/ubuntu/.npmrc
globalconfig = "/data/storage/node-v0.8.8-linux-x64/etc/npmrc"
userconfig = "/home/ubuntu/.npmrc"
The global npmrc exists where the npm is installed. And user's has its own.
The userconfig file has higher priority over global config, when searching
for keys. But if it is absent globalconfig is used.
|karma command not found when karma already installed|
Try re-installing node.js. There are lots of ways to install it, but I
recommend downloading from nodejs.org
If that doesn't work, you may try to re-install karma.
|Karma unknown provider error|
Ok, I found this post, which allowed me to resolve the issue. By adding an
"inject" property to my TypeScript classes (with the appropriate values in
the array), Angular knows how to handle the DI. The only drawback I see is
the potential for error in the order the dependencies are listed, or
omission in the event a new dependency is added at a later time.
|AngularJS - Karma (e2e) : Executed 0 of 0 ERROR|
I'm not exactly clear on this either, but after running into this issue I
removed the file angular-scenario from loading and was able to get the
tests to run. I believe the problem is the difference between unit testing
and e2e testing configuration.
|Error when running angularjs karma sample|
You need to change the files key array of the config block and add a
the files key looks like this:
Remove the ANGULAR_SCENARIO, and ANGULAR_SCENARIO_ADAPTER lines.
So, in the end, it just looks like this:
Then add a framkeworks key with an array and one value of ng-scenario:
Hope that helps.
|grunt-karma RangeError Maximum error|
Someone else had this issue and ask about this on IRC. Reinstalling node.js
and npm helped them resolve this issue.
Also make sure you clear npm cache.
You can also try to get npm install grunt-karma into a temporary directory,
then npm install in that directory and run the tests using grunt test. This
way you can make sure it's an issue with the plugin.
If running the rests fails, please file an issue on the plugin page, state
your OS and node version.
Plugin page: https://github.com/karma-runner/grunt-karma
|Getting error regarding slice during Karma/AngularJS unit test config|
I had the same problem, but I was running this in Cygwin. I don't know if
I first uninstalled and reinstalled nodejs.
When I brought up the rxvt window again to try installing karma, it failed
/c/Program Files/nodejs/npm: line 2: $'
': command not found
/c/Program Files/nodejs/npm: line 4: $'
': command not found
/c/Program Files/nodejs/npm: line 5: syntax error near unexpected token
'c/Program Files/nodejs/npm: line 5: `case `uname` in
This is apparently because of my using it in Cygwin, although I don't know
why I didn't get this error before. The following talks about this:
So, I then just opened up a plain "cmd" window, and I found that the
package install completed, and "karma init" worked well enough to
|node.js/karma/end-to-end testing: failed to proxy /app/index.html (Error: connect ECONNREFUSED)|
The error you're seeing indicates that you haven't started the webserver.
Since you are using ./scripts/e2e-test.sh to run your e2e tests, you need
to have your webserver serve the app from localhost:8000 and the docroot
needs point to the angular-phonecat folder, not the app folder. This can
be done by simply running ./scripts/web-server.js (see step-00)
Note that there is a second way to run your e2e tests. You can just visit
|npm install -g karma error MSB4019: The imported project "C:Microsoft.Cpp.Default.props" was not found|
If you don't have Visual Studio installed at all, then you definitely need
the answer at http://stackoverflow.com/a/18779641/530967.
Basically you have to install some version of Visual Studio 2010 (Express
version is free), then the Windows SDK, then VS SP1, then a VC++ compiler
update, all in that order. After that this problem should disappear (as it
did for me.)
|ERROR: Error installing jquery-rails: activesupport requires Ruby version >= 1.9.3. in Ubuntu 10.04|
sudo gem install jquery-rails is probably using your system's built-in Ruby
(which is likely 1.8, or 1.9.2). This is because you're using sudo.
With RVM, get rid of the sudo and it'll use RVM instead:
gem install jquery-rails
|Redis in Nodejs on Cloud9 IDE: [Error: Auth error: undefined]|
You can run the redis-server using your own config file.You can create your
own config like below.
//port and ip of ur redis server
//password for this server
//storing snapshots of the data
save 60 1
//starting redis server
redis-server //ur config file location
See this link for redis configuration
If you mention requirepass with your password means only you need to do
Otherwise no need to call the client.auth method.
|Error installing Ruby on Rails 4.0.0 - error compiling atomic_reference.c|
I had this exact same problem today. I was able to fix it, but I'm not
entirely sure what caused the problem initially, or even how I solved it.
What I do know is it finally worked after I updated ruby gems to the latest
version, instead of getting version 2.0.0 as the tutorial suggests.
gem update --system 2.0.0
Try that and let me know if it helps.
|Error installing Ruby on Rails 4.0 - atomic_reference.c Error 71|
Had the very same problem, coming from that same tutorial. Got it to work
following this post. Ran a few command to compare gemsets with the post but
what seem to fix the problem was
gem update --system (without the "2.0.0" from tutorial, updated me to
gem install rails (again without specifying the version)
And finally it installed properly
|Why this error happend? nodejs Error: write EIO|
I have just been playing with Unicode support in Windows command prompt,
using the code-page 65001 I can't get npm to install, giving me the above
error. Changing the code-page to 850 chcp 850 and running the exact same
npm command it then works fine.
Thus your problem could very well be related to the encoding your
environment is in.
|Error installing PIL on Mac OS 10.8.4|
I somewhat remember this exact problem. Have you installed the Xcode
command line tools? That cured my headaches.
You can find it here.. https://developer.apple.com/xcode/
From Xcode's Preferences menu, install the Command Line Tools
gcc-4.2 failed with exit status 1
I can't install 'pip install pil' in Osx
|Error installing OpenCV: Error 1, 2|
Looks like you can't install it on Snow Leopard, at least without some
additional manipulations with sources.The reason is OpenCL version.
Take a look at this thread for additional info
|Installing OpenCV on mac error|
If you use default settings, opencv files will be inside /usr/local/lib and
/usr/local/include, there should be no doubt about that.
For Xcode settings, I use:
create command line tool project.
add code as you did.
add lib files, right click your project name, select "Add files to..", when
the new dialog window appears, press key "/", then input "/usr/local/lib",
select dylib files as you need (I select all for simplicity).
add lib: double click you project name for project settings, in "Build
Settings", add "/usr/local/lib" (recursive) for "Library Search Paths".
add header: add “/usr/local/include” (non-recursive) for "Header Search
also in "Build Settings" tab, filter by "c++ standard library", and set
this parameter to libstdc++ (GNU C++ standard library).
If you follo
|Error installing rails-4.0.0|
Can't tell you where that error comes from, but considering how useless
installing ri and rdoc actually is, I would just do:
gem install rails --no-ri --no-rdoc
You'll also get a much faster install by skipping the docs. In fact, this
is what the official release page recommends:
|Error Installing binding_of_caller-0.6.8 Gem|
You need to update to v0.7.1 to get Ruby 2.0.0 support.
This comment would be a solution.
|Error installing YAF Framework on Mac OS|
I have exactly the same problem. And this tutorial solved it
|Error installing phonegap via npm on Mac OS X|
Looks like this was an issue with node version 0.10.14 but was fixed at
0.10.15 as can be seen here: https://github.com/isaacs/npm/issues/3703
|Error installing heroku|
You should install the heroku gem directly into the RVM environment and
gemset you want to use it in:
gem install heroku
If you do not have RVM this is a linux command to install the heroku
wget -qO- toolbelt.heroku.com/install-ubuntu.sh | sh
If you do not have a Ruby Version manager I would install one.
|Why do I get a 404 error installing Ruby 1.9.3?|
The Ruby-Lang.Org service is currently down. Status is at
EDIT: More timely updates and use of mirrors guidance at
FINAL EDIT: The status page indicates the service is back up. I also just
successfully ran rvm install 1.9.3
|Error while installing Cyberlink for C++|
FileInputStream.h is listed on that command line twice. install appears to
be balking at that. That appaers to be a makefile error of some sort.
That repository certainly seems to be out of date. The subversion repo
however appears to match that changelog.
|Error while installing spree|
If you're using Rails 3.2 you should use all gems with that branch too,
gem https://github.com/rails/sass-rails.git, branch: '3-2-stable'
You can see branches listed on GH next to green compare button (with new
What if specific gem doesn't have branches? Well, you can fork it, modify
the gemspec,see what fails and fix it.
|Error Installing Atomic|
The error messages don't give the slightest clue as to what the real
problem is. Bundler or a component it calls does not properly handle
directory names with spaces in them. In my case it was .../Data RAID/...
that caused the problem. Once I moved the project to a different drive
where there would be no spaces in the path, everything worked fine. It
appears it may be only the location of the gems that are the issue. In an
earlier attempt, I created a project where the gems weren't located in a
path containing spaces, but the project was. It didn't have any problems as
far as I went with it. Notice also that the gem install atomic was
|"pip list" error 124 - Installing on Mac OS x|
Try the solution suggested here on GitHub:
It happens when you install distribute using
http://python-distribute.org/distribute_setup.py script. Running pip
install -U distribute fixes the problem. The bug reproduces only in
|error in installing DotNetNuke|
I have resolved this issue. Here's what I found.
I was attempting to connect to a SQL Server instance where case-sensitivity
is enforced. The script files provided with DNN 7.00.06 have a number of
inconsistencies in regards to case. An example is the parameter @ParentId,
which is declared @ParentID. I was not permitted to alter the settings on
the remote SQL Server so I ended up installing a local SQL Express (with
case-sensitivity off) as a work-around.
I hope my experience helps if anyone else comes across this issue.
|GCC error when installing ncurses on OS X 10.8|
--no-cpp-precomp is an obsolete Apple GCC option it should generate a
warnning not an error but if -Werror flag is passed to the compiler it will
fail on warnings, either way, you will have to remove it manually from the
build scripts and then run autoreconf or you could just remove it from the
configure script directly.
|R: Installing Quantstrat Error|
Try installing from source, CRAN is not up to date and the latest fixes are
only available by installing from source. I have R-3.2.1 x64, installed
fine form source.
Use the following in this order from your R console or RStudio:
Hope this helps.
|Error installing symfony CMF|
You get a Generic document when no specific document is at that position in
the content repository. PHPCR being a tree, there sometimes are nodes added
in between so that a child node can have a parent. Those nodes do not map
to any document, in which case the Generic document is used.
If you simply installed the sandbox from git and followed all the steps in
order, this should not happen. You first set up the repository, then load
the fixtures. If this is what you did, please open an issue at