Somehow, I wasn't successful in all that, and then the server wasn't letting me log back in as root because I had changed the setting to not allow that. That is why I still have it as a bookmark. I even double checked to make sure that ping. This happened to me when I was trying to run ping from the command line. Then paste the original value back and confirm.
I don't think I have a password for root because I created the droplet with an ssh key. A dialog will open with the Advanced tab selected. When I attempted to run my application, that's when I got the error. Once I added node to my path I had to restart visual studio and sure enough everything worked again. I don't know what makes the gpupdate command not work but the gpresult command to work. I tried the password for my user, but that did not work.
Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. It happens when Windows environmental variables are changed which prevent the command being run. From the command prompt type 'node -v' to echo the node version installed. I'm following the directions and am close to the end of that page. It could be a bad syntax with the semicolons or a wrong value was entered.
When I try that in a terminal window, I am told 'ssh' is not recognized as an internal or external command. This is a legacy entry for those using older systems. Then I was supposed to stay logged in as root while logging in separately as my user to make user it worked before logging out as root. In addition, there is a similar question, please refer to. Feel free to leave a comment if you have more advice to share. I think you can add the location of the file ssh-keygen. When the environment variables get messed up, it could lead to trouble with other programs that share the same environment variable.
At the bottom is a button, Environment Variables. However both need to be present even in Windows 10. Share This Article With Your Friends! To access the environment variables, right click the My Computer icon then choose Properties. If all machines are affected, it may be worth running a virus scan. I would recommend copying the values and pasting them into Notepad first before editing. After rebooting, try executing the command again and verify that it fixed your problem.
Make sure the node path is added, if not added it. Click on Environment Variables 4. I assume this is to link it within the Windows internal database once more but who knows. Open up a command line console as an administrator and type the following assuming this is your path to node. If the message is the same, move on. Nevertheless, if you do come across the error, at least you now know what to do.
If the variable has changed, Windows will not be able to execute that command. If it helps I'm using Ruby Rails and I'm on a Windows computer. Suddenly it throws me the same error as above. Right-Click on My Computer icon 2. Then check whether the files related with gpupdate are fully exist or not. Note that in Windows 10, the values are presented in a table format, which makes it a bit easier to read. The client site is a non profit charter high school.
I seen some people say to change the path file but everything in my path is correct. Trying the above fix may work but the issue may be being caused by a couple of registry entries that are interrupting the normal chain of commands. It is a long string separated by semicolons. Verify that you used a semi-colon followed by a space for item number 6. I have a bookmark for an that I have saved illustrating this very thing. You can also add the path to node or any other application directly on the command line.
Select the Advanced tab and then click Environment Variables. I wish I knew how node was removed from my path, but I guess that is left for another day. Copy this entire string and paste it into Notepad for safe keeping. Last Updated - 2019-03-11 So I opened up a command line from Visual Studio for the web site and tried to run grunt. . If this is happening to you, there are a couple of ways to handle it. Just cut and paste each one individually and change the value in the Environmental variables to anything.
Once there select Advanced System Settings. Reboot the computer to enable the new value. At the system variables panel, choose Path then click the Edit button. Add the directory that houses your program. Pasting the values into Notepad saves time and preserves the correct syntax should you be disturbed while performing this task or in case you forget what it looked like. After doing this restart Visual Studio or open a fresh command prompt.