It keeps saying “Resolving: total 521, reused 521, downloaded 0” in logs
I don’t want to remix my project because it’s private. (can’t remix tho)
Can anyone help me?
I tried to update quick.db so it started to show error so i wanted to return back, one thing led to another.
Is there a way to fix it with terminal? What do i need to enter?
I think there’s nothing you need to do
It doesn’t finish, i want to cancel it even if i force it, that’s why i open this thread
Try clicking “ Clear” or selecting “Debugger” to see what it says
this looks like either:
- the package manager is broken; or
- the project’s start script or install script runs
package manager broken
run the npm/pnpm install (whichever one you have configured) command with more verbose logging
not sure, but probably try the other one of npm or pnpm.
depends on what the more verbose logging says, really
script runs refresh
edit your package.json to have empty install script and
"true" start script.
if the behavior no longer occurs, that’s consistent with this being the problem
somehow rewrite things not to run refresh
Hi @kyoya! Please don’t bump old posts, that makes them go to the top of the list!
refresh with the terminal
Are you sure this is an error?
Try clicking “Clear” on the logs section
Are you sure you know something about this?
Ha, not sure! But it doesn’t look like an error to me. Can you please share a full screen of your editor?
You can always redact code, of course
I did enter “enable-pnpm” and “npm cache clean --force” etc… in Terminal then these are popped up.
ERROR ENOENT: no such file or directory, chmod ‘/rbd/pnpm-volume/6ea8fd9a-ae02-47d5-ab82-dd55d2089001/node_modules/node/bin/node’
I tried refresh, doesn’t effect.
Can you please share a screenshot of your code?
Because else we can’t find what’s wrong
what method are you using to get the nodejs version that you use? would you be able to switch to the
engines.node field in package.json?
Try upgrading your node to
it become worse, project got suspended then i got it back with half of package.json.
Oh bad… Probabily firstname.lastname@example.org can help you
Or you can try rewinding your project