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comment “No such file or directory” error while using npm
@gertvdijk I found the post which instructed to manually remove the files - stackoverflow.com/a/5917184/1907800. The path here is /usr/bin/node
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@gertvdijk Well, there was node 0.8.14 installed initially. I wanted to upgrade this to 0.8.18. I then ran $sudo apt-get remove --purge nodejs npm but this did not work. node --version after installing 0.8.18 still showed 0.8.14. So, what I did was follow a post which I can't find now - it basically instructed to do which node followed by rm -r /usr/local/bin/... - basically some node related files under that directory. Now, after this, i re-installed node and it was the updated version. Its working fine, but npm isn't.
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