Angular 9 throw error "ng: command not found" in MacOS

Dung Do Tien Jun 24 2021 683

I have a project with Angular 9. After installing angular CLI with command npm install -g angular-cli .

After that, I tried a ng command ng --help what gave me the following message. -bash: ng: command not found.

I check Angular CLI by using the command npm list -g --depth=0 but it shows me that angular-cli is installed.

 Riano:~ Riano$ npm list -g --depth=0
├── [email protected]
├── [email protected]

I run in macOS, not in Windows OS.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Have 3 answer(s) found.
  • N

    Nam Vo Jun 24 2021

    I fixed this issue by adding an alias in my bash_profile

     alias ng="/Users/reinos/.npm/lib/node_modules/angular-cli/bin/ng"

    And it worked for me.

  • M

    Minh Vĩnh Jun 24 2021

    Removing NODE and using NVM instead fixed a lot of issues.

    • removing Node from your system
    • install NVM from here
    • Install Node via NVM: nvm install stable
    • run npm install -g angular-cli

     On the window, you should use npm and macOS use nvm 

  • U

    Ubonwan Raksasat Jun 24 2021

    I solved this issue by adding the address of the module installation at ** PATH** computer
    in my case




    Hope it helpful for you!!

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