I just installed the latest version of node(16.8) using nvm and angular/cli(12.2).
My CircleCI file is provided:
I haven’t been able to find any questions/answers regarding how to install two versions of Node.js (such as v10 and v14) on the same computer without using NVM. I can’t use windows-nvm because it requires admin privileges, and I’m working on a company laptop as a standard user.
yarn to run a React app locally (not a
create-react-app app). When I attempt to use environment variables in the terminal session, they are not picked up by the node process.
It’s recommended that you install the latest even numbered node, since:
I’m trying to downgrade Node’s version via
nvm on Windows 10, but I can’t get it working:
I have installed nvm using brew. After that, I installed node version of 16 through nvm and check the current version using node -v to see whether the node is working properly. However, when I install version 14 or any other previous versions and runs node -v, it gives this “zsh: bad CPU type in executable: node” message and I have no idea what to do about this, though, installing node v17 and running node -v works as expected. Below are the snippet of the said commands.
I am in an Angular project in Ubuntu 21.04 in which I need version 10.13.0 of node but when I install it with nvm it comes without npm. I have been testing previous versions and all of them also come without npm at least until version 10.10.0 where they should all come with version 6.4.1 of npm.
When I run:
I’m using ubuntu and installed node via nvm.
In Terminal, follow the steps
below(these are also listed when installing nvm via homebrew):