What happens if you try to visit ‘https://chocolatey.org/api/v2/’ in the browser?
I get a “Default Packages” response.
Can you try updating chocolatey as well?
choco upgrade chocolatey will probably have the same problem, but it’s worth a try!
I get the following respons:
chocolatey v0.10.15 is the latest version available based on your source(s).
Chocolatey upgraded 0/1 packages.
By the way, I installed chocolatey only a few minutes before trying to install meteor a couple of days ago. So, if something is slightly behind in version, something in my system is causing it. Also, v0.10.15 is my version. The error message I posted was what someone else got. His version was v0.10.11. I pointed out that my version is v0.10.15 in my original post.
think that you ARE able to see my link.
I think that should have been obvious from me quoting the error from that link, something you didn’t provide in your original post
No, it wasn’t obvious at all. Initially I was sure that my link didn’t get properly included in my original post. (That’s why I cut and pasted the entire message.) Gradually I began thinking that you may have seen my link, but there was still lingering doubt.
Sometimes network issues can be old SSL root certificates, system clock out of date, or all sorts of other things.
As far as I know, there are no problems accessing other sites.
Thanks for your help coagmano.
Let me mention here why I am interested in meteor. I have done some Web programming a few years ago.I never enjoyed the install/setup stage. I want to get back to it for play purposes. I was trying to choose between PHP, Python, and Node/JS for the back end and decided on Node/JS, which led to Meteor as the platform. My sense is that Meteor provides a single environment for both the front and the back end. My server will be hosted on my C drive as will my front end. If I can’t solve this problem quickly, I will probably move to Python/Django.
I am a retired programmer wanting to get back to coding for the Web. I have coded in several other languages but none strong enough. I never mastered Angular.