npm installs all modules in /usr/local/lib/node_modules/
I have node.js 0.8.14 installed on Ubuntu 12.10. I created a directory in my home directory with a sub directory
node_modules. I want to install some local node modules there but running
npm install myModule
in this directory installs this module in
/usr/local/lib/node_modules/ (same behavior as installing the module with the
There is no node path in
Any idea how I can install local node modules?
After some further research I found the solution.
Running the command
npm config ls revealed that the default config
global=false (you see the default config with
npm config ls -l) was overwritten by
Reverting this to
global=false solved the issue.