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This is very common and is the cause of most issues we see.
Make sure that your copy of the Twitch App is from https://download.or if you received a link directly from a verified Twitch agent.
There's a lot of work on this catalog that I need to access.
Please let me know how to repair this corrupted catalog.
The strangest thing is the nondeterminism in the appearance of the error -- as if there is some randomness as to when the ownership of the folder magically resolves itself.
So, this suggests that it really is an fs ownership issue, but not sure where to go from here.
Your computer may have parental software installed.Once you have made sure you have a legitimate copy of the Twitch App, try temporarily disabling your security software to see if it is causing the issue.If it does work, add an exception for and to allow it to run with your security software turned on.Never had problems with installing any npm package before on the same machine. The phantom fs.js:439 return binding.rename(path Module._make Long(old Path), ^ Error: EPERM, operation not permitted 'C:\...\noam\node_modules\phantomjs\tmp\phantomjs-1.7.0-windows' at rename Sync (fs.js:4) at Extract.finish It (C:\...\noam\node_modules\phantomjs\install.js:) at Extract. (C:\...\noam\node_modules\phantomjs\node_modules\unzip\lib\extract.js:) at Proxy Writer. error rolling back Error: ENOTEMPTY, rmdir 'C:\...\noam\node_modules\phantomjs\tmp\phantomjs-1.7.0-windows' npm ERR! [email protected] install: `node install.js` npm ERR! `cmd "/c" "node install.js"` failed with 1 npm ERR! The longer the delay in executing finish It(), the higher the probability that the error will not show up. At first I thought that the finishi It() function was getting called before all extracted files were closed by fstream, but after carefully logging everything - I found that this was not the case and finish It() is called after all extracted files are closed by fstream.
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