Run the following command to see where npm will install global packages to verify it is correct. @drmyersii went through what sounds like a lot of painful trial and error to come up with a working solution involving Windows long paths and some custom Vagrant configuration: to the current directory absolute path.
To make this more secure when pushing it up to the server, you can set this token as an environment variable on the server.
You will also need to add this to your environment variables on your development machine. If you've read through Working with private packages, you'll know that in order to use private packages, you need to be logged in to npm via the npm CLI.
By default, scoped packages are published as private.
You can read more about this in the scopes documentation.
(For example, https://github.com/npm/npm/issues/7439#issuecomment-76024878) Unsolved. See https://github.com/npm/npm/issues/9282 npm http 404 https://registry.npmjs.org/faye-websocket/-/faye-websocket-0.7.0npm ERR!
fetch failed https://registry.npmjs.org/faye-websocket/-/faye-websocket-0.7.0npm ERR! Error: 404 Not Found npm is written to use resources efficiently on install, and part of this is that it tries to do as many things concurrently as is practical.Please refer to the online npm Orgs book for details.To give someone access without using an org, navigate to the package page. If you are using deployment servers or testing with Continuous Intergration servers, you'll need a way to download your private packages to those servers.Sometimes this results in race conditions and other synchronization issues. It is not different for difference's sake, but rather a carefully crafted style that is designed to reduce visual clutter and make bugs more apparent.As of npm 2.0.0, a very large number of these issues were addressed. If you want to contribute to npm (which is very encouraged), you should make your code conform to npm's style.Everyone who works on npm knows that this process is complicated and fraught, and we're working on making it simpler. The last bit is pretty self-explanatory; we create the new shared folder and then make sure it's mounted each time the machine is accessed or touched since Vagrant likes to reload its mounts/shared folders on each load.