@drmyersii went through what sounds like a lot of painful trial and error to come up with a working solution involving Windows long paths and some custom Vagrant configuration: to the current directory absolute path.
This will actually force the Windows API to allow an increase in the MAX_PATH variable (normally capped at 260). This is happening during the sharedfolder creation which is intentionally handled by VBox Manage and not Vagrant's "synced_folder" method.
Run the following command to see where npm will install global packages to verify it is correct.
Incidentally, if you would prefer that packages not be installed to your roaming profile (because you have a quota on your shared network, or it makes logging in or out from a domain sluggish), you can put it in your local app data instead: If you're on Windows and you have a broken installation, the easiest thing to do is to reinstall node from the official installer (remember this note). You can reset it using: This suggestion is based on this Travis issue and comes courtesy @simondean.
Carriers cancel customers’ accounts for all sorts of reasons.
I’ve heard of cases where i Phones were disconnected because the carrier suspected fraudulent activity, the customer’s payment was late, and about disgruntled spouses who didn’t want to hear from their ex.
If you see , or something similar in your log output, try updating npm to the latest version.
If the problem persists, look at npm/npm#6043 and see if somebody has already discussed your issue.
When npm is used to install itself, it is supposed to copy this special configuration into the new install.
There was a bug in some versions of npm that kept this from working, so you may need to go in and fix that up by hand.
This is a consequence of joyent/node#8141, and is an issue with the Node installer for Windows.
The workaround is to ensure that You need to install git.
Many common problems can be solved with one of these steps: Node 0.4 and 0.6 are no longer supported.