When running npm and node, you may find yourself getting permission errors that ultimately lead you to using `sudo` in your commands. While this helps get around the issue in the short-term, it also places stricter permissions on those installs and it becomes a slippery slope where soon you may need sudo for more than you bargained for. Also, do you really want to be using `sudo` to install npm packages? UPDATE: Easier path **Jan 28, 2018** After discussing this with Tierney Cyren, there are good reasons to use the official Node.js install and (awesomely) there are now easier ways to avoid the sudo hell. hey ... it's been 3+ years since I wrote this post, so it's great to...
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