I’m using windows 10 and can’t get meteor running. I attached the part where I get stuck here:
I don’t know if that is the problem but I think the path C:\WINDOWS\system32 is wrong in the first place. If that is the case, which one should I chose then?
Thanks a lot!
Um, you’re obviously using an elevated cmd which is a bad ideaTM because you’re in system32 where you only land from the start if you use “run as administrator”.
First of all:
- Use Powershell - way better to use when you’re doing console stuff.
- Run it normally.
- Don’t do anything in
C:\Windows unless you know what you’re doing.
- At no point do Meteor or Node need elevated rights when running them (installing is a different matter)
Thank you @reoh and @rhywden.
I ran it with an elevated cmd because I had tried it with the regular before. That didn’t work, on the internet I found some suggestions to try it with an elevated cmd - didn’t work as described in my first post.
After your replies I tried it again with the regular cmd and it actually works - hooray! Don’t know where the problem was in the first place but that’s ok now.