I am following the functions tutorial at: https://docs.digitalocean.com/tutorials/jamstack-series-part-2-add-serverless-functions-to-app/ together with the sample project: https://github.com/digitalocean/sample-functions-nodejs-qrcode .
I have run into the same problem with the tutorial as with the sample project, but I will explain the issue in terms of sample project so that it can be replicated.
When it comes to executing:
doctl serverless deploy ., I get this error:
Deploying '/home/user/Files/serverless2/sample-functions-nodejs-qrcode' to namespace 'fn-xxx' on host 'https://faas-lon1-xxx.doserverless.co' Started running npm install --production in /home/user/Files/serverless2/sample-functions-nodejs-qrcode/qr/qr Output of failed build in /home/user/Files/serverless2/sample-functions-nodejs-qrcode/packages/qr/qr /bin/bash: npm: command not found Failures: Error: While deploying action 'qr/qr': 'npm install' exited with code 127
I have the latest version of Node (v18.7.0) and NPM (8.15.0) installed.
I don’t quite understand why it outputs
/bin/bash: npm: command not found because I get a proper version when I execute
node -v and
I have noticed that the command executed by doctl skips the packages directory and instead goes directly to
sample-functions-nodejs-qrcode/qr/qr (instead of
Does anyone know how to fix this?
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