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I have Node installed through nvm, but after cloning the repo and trying to run the npm install through WebStorm (I needed to select and interpreter from a list since the IDE couldn't find one), I always get this:
/home/xuser/.nvm/versions/node/v6.0.0/bin/npm install /usr/bin/env: «node»: File or directory not found
Any pointers on what could I do to fix it?
Hey Victor, I use nvm too. Do you set up the correct node version in:
"Settings > Languages & Frameworks > Node.js & NPM"?
I had similar issues and they went away after I tinkered a little with the interpreter's version.