I need help setting up a node-hill server

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
12:30 AM 12/09/2020
Every time I get to the command console, it give me an error.

Please help.

[GMBH] SmartLion
Joined 16/04/2017
Posts 918
04:32 PM 12/09/2020
Then explain what error you get

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
01:24 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 04:32 PM 12/09/2020
Then explain what error you get
I followed this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJVOPh5eYjc

I ran npm i node-hill@latest and this is what happened:
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN name No description
npm WARN name No repository field.
npm WARN name No README data
npm WARN name No license field.

[GMBH] SmartLion
Joined 16/04/2017
Posts 918
01:54 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 01:24 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 04:32 PM 12/09/2020
Then explain what error you get

I followed this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJVOPh5eYjc

I ran npm i node-hill@latest and this is what happened:
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN name No description
npm WARN name No repository field.
npm WARN name No README data
npm WARN name No license field.
You did the launch command prompt step too quickly
Open the command prompt in your node-hill folder and then use the commands

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
12:45 PM 15/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 01:54 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 01:24 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 04:32 PM 12/09/2020
Then explain what error you get

I followed this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJVOPh5eYjc

I ran npm i node-hill@latest and this is what happened:
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN name No description
npm WARN name No repository field.
npm WARN name No README data
npm WARN name No license field.

You did the launch command prompt step too quickly
Open the command prompt in your node-hill folder and then use the commands
Okay, I did what the node-hill webpage instructed me to, but I still got the same errors.

[GMBH] SmartLion
Joined 16/04/2017
Posts 918
08:20 PM 15/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 12:45 PM 15/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 01:54 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 01:24 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 04:32 PM 12/09/2020
Then explain what error you get

I followed this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJVOPh5eYjc

I ran npm i node-hill@latest and this is what happened:
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN name No description
npm WARN name No repository field.
npm WARN name No README data
npm WARN name No license field.

You did the launch command prompt step too quickly
Open the command prompt in your node-hill folder and then use the commands

Okay, I did what the node-hill webpage instructed me to, but I still got the same errors.
Go to your node-hill folder and make sure you are in the folder then do the step

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
04:06 PM 17/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 08:20 PM 15/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 12:45 PM 15/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 01:54 PM 14/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 01:24 PM 14/09/2020
I followed this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJVOPh5eYjc

I ran npm i node-hill@latest and this is what happened:
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\name\package.json'
npm WARN name No description
npm WARN name No repository field.
npm WARN name No README data
npm WARN name No license field.

You did the launch command prompt step too quickly
Open the command prompt in your node-hill folder and then use the commands

Okay, I did what the node-hill webpage instructed me to, but I still got the same errors.

Go to your node-hill folder and make sure you are in the folder then do the step
I've think I've been doing that.

https://brickhill.gitlab.io/open-source/node-hill/

I've been going to the node-hill folder in file explorer and typing in cmd like it tell me to do.

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
11:50 PM 19/09/2020
b-u-m-p

[GMBH] SmartLion
Joined 16/04/2017
Posts 918
02:15 AM 20/09/2020
Is your desktop cloud synced?

[OLDS] JWN
Joined 20/10/2017
Posts 3,349
12:44 PM 22/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 02:15 AM 20/09/2020
Is your desktop cloud synced?
you mean is one drive synced to my desktop?

[GMBH] SmartLion
Joined 16/04/2017
Posts 918
06:56 PM 22/09/2020
Quote from JWN , 12:44 PM 22/09/2020
Quote from SmartLion , 02:15 AM 20/09/2020
Is your desktop cloud synced?

you mean is one drive synced to my desktop?
If your desktop is synced with any cloud storage then yes
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