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Cannot find module '../../../../../augur.config.json'

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Dear Augur Project team, I wanted to contribute to this project as an outreachy intern. I started with these microtasks and followed the documentation for installation and running the project in my development environment. Details about my development environment:

  • MacOS Mojave
  • Version 10.14.6
  1. I did make clean in augur (folder path) and prompted make install.
  2. cd to frontend and installed npm
  3. Prompted npm run start, but I’m getting an error in the screenshot below.

I’m really beginner in Machine Learning and I’m really eager to learn it. I would really appreciate the guidelines to start my contribution to Machine Learning for Anomaly Detection in Open Source Communities project.

Screen Shot 2020-03-16 at 6 07 31 PM

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:8 (3 by maintainers)

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NodiraIbrogimovacommented, Mar 16, 2020

@ccarterlandis augur configure generate in augur - project root directory worked like a charm 😃 Thank you.

How can I ask questions in case of completing microtasks and/or searching for more details with new ideas contribution? Please let me know.

ccarterlandiscommented, Mar 16, 2020

You’ll need to create one, since it doesn’t exist. make install [1] should have created one for you, but if it doesn’t I suggest running ./scripts/install/ manually from the root augur/ directory (this is the helper script that make install runs).

If that doesn’t work you could also try running augur configure generate (still in the root directory) and one will be generated for you. You’ll need to replace the default credentials with your own after you create it, or you can optionally pass them to the command when you run it; pass the --help flag to see all the available parameters (if you don’t specify a parameter value, the default will be used).

[1]: I recommend using make install-dev to install dependencies specifically for development, but that is not mentioned in the docs (it’s a very new command) so don’t worry about not knowing that. I am actually working on the new docs right now, hopefully they will be available sooner rather than later 😄

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