The npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory error occurs when you try to install a new package, but the package.json file does not exist in your project directory.
To fix the npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory error, run this command npm init which will create a package.json file in your project directory. Then run the npm install command to install the library with the –save flag to save your module as a dependency in your package.json file.
Other reasons for the error
- The file or directory was deleted or moved.
- The file or directory was never created in the first place.
- You don’t have sufficient permissions to access the file or directory.
Check that the file or directory exists
Double-check that the file or directory that npm is trying to access exists in the expected location. You may need to create or move it to the correct location if it doesn’t.
Clear the npm cache
Run the command npm cache clean –force to clear the npm cache. This can sometimes help resolve issues with missing files or directories.
Check file permissions
Ensure you have sufficient permissions to access the file or directory. You can check the permissions by running ls -l /path/to/file or ls -ld /path/to/directory.
Reinstall the package
If the missing file or directory is part of a package, you can try reinstalling the package with npm install. This will download the latest version of the package and its dependencies, which may resolve the issue.
I hope this will resolve your issue!