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Looking for solution on bellow npm error

npm err! this is probably not a problem with npm. there is likely additional logging output above.

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It looks similar to a bug reported in electron-packager. As a workaround you can downgrade electron-packager to e.g. ^7.7.0. Also you must update the build command slightly as shown bellow:

  "scripts": {                                                 
    "build": "electron-packager ./ --platform=linux --arch=x64"
  "dependencies": {                                            
    "electron": "^1.6.11"                                      
  "devDependencies": {
    "electron-packager": "^7.7.0"                              

Note: you can use --all to build for all platforms.

I followed above instructions and my issue got ressolved.

Further Readings :

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Delete your package-lock.json file and node_modules folder. Later perform npm cache clean

npm cache clean --force

exercise npm install

again and run

Lastly, I figure out a solution to this issue without reinstalling npm and I'm posting it since in future it will help someone, Most of the time this error happens javascript heap went out of the memory. As the error tells itself this is not a problem with npm. Just we have to do is

instead of,

npm  run build -prod

Enhance the javascript memory by following,

node --max_old_space_size=4096 node_modules/@angular/cli/bin/ng build --prod

Inside that directory, you can run various commands:

npm start
Starts the development server.

npm run build
Bundles the app into static files for production.

npm test
Starts the test runner.

npm run eject
Removes this tool and copies build dependencies, configuration files
and scripts into the app directory. If you do this, you can’t go back!

We suggest that you begin by typing:

cd myapp
npm start


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