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node error cannot find module already installed

node error cannot find module already installed

Problem

[[email protected] websocket_start]# npm ls -g installed
npm WARN ls doesn't take positional args. Try the 'search' command
npm WARN [email protected] package.json: bugs['web'] should probably be bugs['url']
/usr/lib
├─┬ [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ ├── [email protected] 
│ └── [email protected] 
└── [email protected] 
[[email protected] websocket_start]# npm ls  installed
npm WARN ls doesn't take positional args. Try the 'search' command
/home/qonco/workspace/JS/websocket_start
(empty)
[[email protected] websocket_start]# node
> require("websocket-server");
Error: Cannot find module 'websocket-server'
    at Function._resolveFilename (module.js:332:11)
    at Function._load (module.js:279:25)
    at Module.require (module.js:354:17)
    at require (module.js:370:17)
    at repl:1:1
    at REPLServer.eval (repl.js:80:21)
    at repl.js:190:20
    at REPLServer.eval (repl.js:87:5)
    at Interface. (repl.js:182:12)
    at Interface.emit (events.js:67:17)
> 

Problem courtesy of: Thetsu

Solution

Have you Installed the module with the -g option? I think that not every module is meant to be installed globally, instead, try installing it locally for the project you are creating (npm install), and check if the error persists.

Solution courtesy of: Javo

Discussion

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