I tried to install meteor on Windows 10 but failed for a couple of times. I’m using “npm install -g meteor” in Command Line, but keep being blocked at reify module. I also tried to switch registry with nrm to tencent or taobao but it turned out to be useless at all.
Is here anyway to get me out of this trouble? Thanks!
But unfortunately the Tip didn’t work either. “choco install meteor” warns there’s no Meteor found in registry. And installation quitted with error message that some module (or another) failed to download.
I would switch to Koa (Express) as there’s no gate for me to follow up Meteor. It’s pity but it’s the life.
I’m using Node.js version 16.15.0. My error message differs every time, and it is always terminated by downloading some module. As all you guys have no problem, I guess it’s my poor internet connection that fails to hold stable download stream.
Wow! It works by following your tips! Thanks a lot!
Now I have Meteor installed successfully. As I would like to keep Node.js v16.15.0 and 14.0.0 at the same time, I also use “nvm use” to ensure 14.0.0 is active Node.js version.
However, new problem occurs. I typed “meteor create myapp” in both Command Line and PowerShell but got same error message that system cannot find executable Meteor.
I checked PATH system variable, and there’s no Meteor corresponding item added. I also searched C volume for Meteor files, and there are indeed some Meteor folders in below folders, but no executable Meteor.
meteor install deletes everything in meteor folder. At the end, you will only have one version in that folder: the one that meteor install installed. Remember that you can install different versions of meteor with meteor install (meteor install --release, or something like that), not just the last one. meteor create, on the other hand, does not delete other meteor versions living in meteor folder.
Note the folder in Windows where meteor is installed. Note that you can find several versions of meteor there. But if you used meteor install, maybe only one will be left: