Can somebody please explain to me, step by step, how I can install n8n via npm on macOS Silicon?
When I run npm install n8n -g, and the try to start n8n via n8n of n8n start, I get
command not found: n8n
I’ve tried with Homebrew/npm
And when I try to test it via npx n8n, I then get an old version …
[email protected] ~ % npx n8n
n8n ready on 0.0.0.0, port 5678
And now that we’re at it, can somebody please also explain me how to install an extra package?
Thanks in advance and best regards - Dick
I don’t have a Mac to test this firsthand, but it seems you might have an old package cached somewhere. Could you try running
npx , essentially telling npx you want the latest version of the n8n package?
Thanks Tom! This works. Tonight I’m going to do a clean install of Homebrew, npm and n8n to see if that works better as well.
Any advise what to do with npm WARNings and
high severity vulnerabilities? Should I run ‘npm audit fix --force’ to address these issues ad advised by npm?