I’m having a strange issue, which Vikas suggested I post here.
Using node v8.9.4 or v8.15.0 to install ghost, since that’s what’s supported, the installer manages to create a node v8.2.1 directory and then install itself there anyway.
This leads to:
One or more errors occurred. 1) Checking system Node.js version Message: The version of Node.js you are using is not supported. Supported: ^6.9.0 || ^8.9.0 || ^10.13.0 Installed: 8.2.1 See https://docs.ghost.org/faq/node-versions/ for more information
Am I missing something?
PS: I can still get Ghost to install & run successfully in node v8.2.1, I just don’t get what’s happening here.