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I'm on Arco Linux(the most basic one).
I have installed the
nodejs package with pacman.
Now when I run
sudo pacman -Su I am getting
nodejs-lts-gallium and nodejs are in conflict. Remove nodejs? [y/N].
But when I run
pacman -Qi nodejs-lts-gallium, it says
error: package 'nodejs-lts-gallium' was not found
How do I remove the
nodejs-lts-gallium artifacts causing the conflict?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 18:57
What is happening is that an installed package had a new dependecy to
nodejs-lts-gallium. Or a transitive dependency does. E.g.
InstalledPackageA now depends on
packageB that depends on
You can see what would be upgraded with the following command :
I want to include a check in a setup script that validates the installed node.js version is LTS. Something like this would be ideal...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 22:13
One source of JSON info about nodejs releases is this endpoint:
There, you get an array of objects that each look like this:
After installing nvm, it has been working normally until I need to use nvm to remotely connect to the server with python. There is no error or success in switching the node version, so I wrote a script on the server for testing:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 08:53
The error is pretty clear: the system cannot find the
nvm command. This is probably because the search path in the subprocess is different the the one in your shell.
The documentation gives the following recommendation about this:
Warning: For maximum reliability, use a fully-qualified path for the executable. To search for an unqualified name on
shutil.which(). On all platforms, passing
sys.executableis the recommended way to launch the current Python interpreter again, and use the
-mcommand-line format to launch an installed module.
Resolving the path of executable (or the first item of args) is platform dependent. (...)
You could also just change the command to include the full path. So something like:
I have a big project built by menhir and traditional makefile. First, I wanted to add a mechanism of error handling like this project to my project.
By following the dune of the sample project, I managed to generate
unitActionsParser_e.mly by the following commands:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-21 at 19:33
This question is indeed related to the interaction of menhir and build systems. Precisely, the inspection API (
--inspection) requires the type information of
.mly (including its semantic actions) to be known. I chose to directly work on
parse_e.mly rather than
unitActionsParser_e.mly, and followed the approach of "Obtaining OCaml type information without calling the OCaml compiler":
menhir --explain --inspection --table --dump --infer-write-query mockfile.ml parser_e.mlyto generate
ocamlfind ocamlc -I lib -package sedlex -package menhirLib -i mockfile.ml > sigfileto generate
sigfile. Note that
-I librefers to the directory of external modules, their
.cm[io]files should be ready to use.
menhir --explain --inspection --table --dump --infer-read-reply sigfile parser_e.mlyto generate especially
As a result,
parser_e.ml contains more type information and the inspection API is in
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:
this is the output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-05 at 06:13
It appears that your default node version is v10.7.0. This doesn't meet your criteria. You'll have to set the default alias to v10 (not recommended).
I'm using ubuntu and installed node via nvm....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 18:25
Looks like you've used
sudo to install something globally before. You probably shouldn't be using
I know it sounds extreme, but if you've used
sudo in order to install npm packages and don't understand the ramifications of doing so (it allows the package author, or any of the authors of dependencies that package relies on to do anything everything they desire with your system; they could install backdoors or even update your bios if they wanted to). You may want to consider formatting your hard drive, resetting your bios, and reinstalling your operating system if you've made a habit of doing this.
sudo with the global flag (
-g) also changes your npm folder's permissions, which causes issues like you are seeing above. If you don't want to follow my suggestion to reset your system, npm has an article on how you can try to fix npm's permissions: https://docs.npmjs.com/resolving-eacces-permissions-errors-when-installing-packages-globally .
I have been trying to trim whitespaces in my long array which consists of almost all the periodic table elements but not able to find the function that does that, I did read the documentation on trim but found out that none of them work with the array.
Here is my long array...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 11:44
[Editing this question completely] Thank you , for those who helped in building the Periodic Table successfully . As I completed it , I tried to link it with another of my project
E-Search , which acts like Google and fetches answers , except that it will fetch me the data of the Periodic Table .
But , I got a problem - not with the searching but with the layout . I'm trying to layout the x-scrollbar in my canvas which will display results regarding the search . However , it is not properly done . Can anyone please help ?
Below here is my code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-29 at 20:33
I rewrote your code with some better ways to create table. My idea was to pick out the buttons that fell onto a range of type and then loop through those buttons and change its color to those type.
I have a nested dictionary like below and I would like to replace string using inner key value pair if that key is at the end of string, replace it with value only when the country Code equals to dict key (not inner key)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 15:24
You can group the df by country code and replace
I wanted to return the name of elements based on two conditions; even protons number and odd neutrons number. I've tried to print both tests and it turns out well. However, when I try to print the elements using 'and' logical, an error has occurred due to different broadcasting. I can't figure out how do I reshape it. Help me out.
I've already converted elements, protons and neutrons into arrays.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-16 at 15:26
& to the boolean tests, before indexing:
No vulnerabilities reported
To run the example as a full-fledged UI application, you need to build an app bundle:. If you run the executable directly without building an app bundle then many UI elements, such as menus, will not work correctly.
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