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Node.js are able to read and write the entire system, I'm not responsible for any stolen data, accounts or something. Install it at your own rist!
1.0.9 you're requiring mutiple users. If you get an install error, run
pm get-max-users, it should display more than 2 users. If not run
setprop fw.max_users 10 and re-try the install.
Deleting old files from version 1.0.8 and below
These files can deleted safely:
/yarn.lock /data/local/.yarnrc /data/local/.cache /data/local/.config /data/local/.yarn
node-gypisn't available. Someone need to ports
- Do not update
yarnitself. This can break the functionality.
- Do not use
npm, you can install it via
yarn global add npm, but
npmisn't right configured for Android root usage.
- Please don't execute global installed binaries on boot. This module need link
- This module uses an own
mkshrcfile, this causes problems with some other modules, like Terminal modifications or Systemless mkshrc. Be uninstalling these modules before using this!
You can install binaries from NPM, you can use the following commands to install global libraries
# yarng is an alias of `yarn global` yarng add com.googler.bash # ot use like this yarn global add com.googler.bash
There are more addons like
bash! You can also install
If you want develop global libraries for usage use please:
/systemis linked to
/usrwhich makes it possible to execute
Node.js version: 16.15.1 Yarn version: 1.22.19