npm -v returns
node -v returns
Angular CLI local and global version is
I create a new package with
ng new sample, run
npm install without issue, and then I try
ng update @angular/core or
ng update @angular/cli and get
401 Unauthorized in response.
Trying to run update on an already Angular 6 repository does seem redundant but I also have this issue with an Angular 5 repository.
I don’t have a lot to go on from this error, is it something to do specifically with
ng update or more likely to be some unrelated configuration outside of it?
I was struggling with the same error message. For me it was caused by a custom
.npmrc in the project directory which contained information about howto connect to our npm registry.
Here’s how I resolved it:
- removed the file during the update (
mv .npmrc backup.npmrc)
- removed all dependencies to artifacts from our internal npm registry from the
ng update @angular/cli
- moved file back to old position
mv backup.npmrc .npmrc
npm install(just to make sure)
I also created an angular-cli issue at https://github.com/angular/angular-cli/issues/10704
Answered By – Korgen
Answer Checked By – Robin (AngularFixing Admin)