I just got a new macbook and installed node.js using the official installer.
For some reason I can only run node.js using
sudo node and not just
node. I double checked the $PATH and the path to node is in there.
nikke at Nicks-MacBook-Pro in ~ $ node -bash: node: command not found nikke at Nicks-MacBook-Pro in ~ $ echo $PATH /usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/git/bin:/Users/nikke/.rvm/bin nikke at Nicks-MacBook-Pro in ~ $ /usr/local/bin/node -v -bash: /usr/local/bin/node: Permission denied nikke at Nicks-MacBook-Pro in ~ $ sudo /usr/local/bin/node -v v0.10.12
My colleague has the same computer and he can run node just fine without having to do sudo. Is this normal? What could I possibly do wrong? The installer didn't say anything about having to do sudo.
I am also having this problem with git, e.g. doing
git commit also says