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Unable to run this project on windows 10 #2822

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viswanathamsantosh opened this Issue Jul 18, 2017 · 5 comments

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viswanathamsantosh commented Jul 18, 2017

Describe the problem and steps to reproduce it:

*Cloned the project
*yarn
*yarn dev:amo

What happened?

Throws out an npm error

What did you expect to happen?

The project should be up and running

Anything else we should know?

amoerror

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viswanathamsantosh commented Jul 18, 2017

npm log file is not generated.
Node version: 6.9.1
npm version: 4.0.3
yarn version: 0.16.1

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viswanathamsantosh commented Jul 18, 2017

Hope someone could help me with this :)

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tofumatt commented Jul 18, 2017

Probably not related but looks like your version of yarn is pretty out of date, it might be worth upgrading.

Could you give us info as to which version of Windows you're on? Usually we're a bit bad at testing on node for Windows, though the project will work flawlessly using Windows Subsystem for Linux if you're using Windows 10. I use it myself and it's great.

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viswanathamsantosh commented Jul 18, 2017

I tried after upgrading to yarn 0.27.5 but still facing the same issue. Im running on windows 10. let me try on windows subsystem for linux.

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viswanathamsantosh commented Jul 19, 2017

Thanks @tofumatt ! worked fine on Windows Subsystem for Linux. I was able to get my local up. :)

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