The easiest way to install for Debian/Ubuntu based distributions is to download and install the package (64-bit) either through the graphical software center if it's available or through the command line with: Installing the package will automatically install the apt repository and signing key to enable auto-updating using the regular system mechanism.Note that 32-bit and gz binaries are also available on the download page.More important, dnf requires another 5GB under root during the package installation. What happened to my server was simply no any key file for Fedora 24. The fix is also easy – creating the key files by ourselves.Go to https://getfedora.org/keys/ and find the key files (primary/secondary). I'm using nvm and had no system version of node running. plugins have changed / not init, scheduling plugins installation running in prod mode electron will open file:///Applications/Hyper.app/Contents/Resources/app/Checking for notification messages No matching notification messages Type Error: Cannot read property 'match' of undefined at shell env (/Applications/Hyper.app/Contents/Resources/app/plugins.js:2) [Notification] Error updating plugins.: Check `~/.hyper_plugins/npm-debug.log` for more information.Installing a version of node with homebrew looks to have fixed the problem. 0 info it worked if it ends with ok 1 verbose cli [ '/Users/jwright/.nvm/versions/node/v6.9.5/bin/node', 1 verbose cli '/Users/jwright/.nvm/versions/node/v6.9.5/bin/npm', 1 verbose cli 'link', 1 verbose cli 'hyperterm-extension' ] 2 info using [email protected] 3 info using [email protected] 4 silly load Current Tree Starting 5 silly install load Current Tree 6 silly install read Global Package Data 7 silly fetch Package Meta Data hyperterm-extension 8 silly fetch Named Package Data hyperterm-extension 9 silly map To Registry name hyperterm-extension 10 silly map To Registry using default registry 11 silly map To Registry registry https://registry.npmjs.org/ 12 silly map To Registry data Result 13 silly map To Registry uri https://registry.npmjs.org/hyperterm-extension 14 verbose request uri https://registry.npmjs.org/hyperterm-extension 15 verbose request no auth needed 16 info attempt registry request try #1 at PM 17 verbose request id 428d155521a29d3b 18 http request GET https://registry.npmjs.org/hyperterm-extension 19 http 404 https://registry.npmjs.org/hyperterm-extension 20 verbose headers 21 silly get cb [ 404, 21 silly get ] 22 silly fetch Package Meta Data Error: Registry returned 404 for GET on https://registry.npmjs.org/hyperterm-extension 22 silly fetch Package Meta Data at make Error (/Users/jwright/.nvm/versions/node/v6.9.5/lib/node_modules/npm/node_modules/npm-registry-client/lib/request.js:3) 22 silly fetch Package Meta Data at Caching Registry Client.
The updated packages are downloaded while the system is running normally, then the system reboots to a special environment (implemented as a systemd target) to install them.
The repository and key can also be installed manually with the following script: There is a community maintained Arch User Repository (AUR) package for VS Code.
The package (64-bit) can also be manually downloaded and installed, however auto-updating won't work unless the repository above is installed.
After almost 5 hours of upgrading, my server has been successfully upgraded from Fedora 21 to Fedora 24, which uses the latest stable kernel 4.6. dnf According to the Fedora official wiki (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DNF_system_upgrade), dnf is recommed for system upgrade. Here what we need are 3 dnf commands: The last dnf command should list any error, which blocks the upgrade.
There is a online post demonstrating how to upgrade from Fedora 21 to 23 using fedup. yum update This is usually not a problem for Fedora 21, whose support has expired for a long time. The errors I have encountered were obsolete packages which are not supported in Fedora 24 repo.