Installation locally on Win10 fails


I am trying to install nodeRed on my Win10 Lap, but I get errors when installing.

To the details:

Version of node.js and npm:

PS C:\Users\das_o> node --version; npm --version

The installation of NodeRed returns the following:

PS C:\Users\das_o> npm install -g --unsafe-perm node-red

changed 292 packages, and audited 293 packages in 15s

38 packages are looking for funding

  • run npm fund for details*

5 vulnerabilities (4 low, 1 moderate)

To address issues that do not require attention, run:

  • npm audit fix*

To address all issues (including breaking changes), run:

  • npm audit fix --force*

Run npm audit for details.

The command
npm audit fix --force

didn´t solve the problem.

Thanks for ideas to solve my problem.

What makes you think it failed?

dont run that unless you know what you are doing - it can break things.

Follow the instructions, restart your computer (so that paths are updated), enter node-red into a cmd terminal.

Hey Steve-Mcl

entering node -red in cmd terminal or powershell will return:

C:\Users\das_o>node -red
node: bad option: -red

No space! it’s node-red

that´s it. it works, thanks a lot.

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