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On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 06:10, Vilo <conschmi...@gmail.com> wrote:What version? `npm -v`
> I installed npm.
> When I install module locally (without -g option) itNo. (Unless it's under root's home directory.)
> will install this module in node_modules directory in user's
> directory. However all of the installed files are owned by root. Is
> this the desired outcome?
> Does it mean that anytime this module isNo, it does not mean that. Observe:
> used, it is run under root privileges? If so isn't this dangerous?
$ cat >whoami.sh <<END
$ chmod 0755 whoami.sh
$ chown root whoami.sh
$ sudo ./whoami.sh
> For example I could only install 'forever' as a root. But it onlyI think that might be normal. Whatever the case, it's a forever bug,
> allows me to run forever as a root.
not an npm bug.
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