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Will Albertsen13,155 Points
What's the answer?
I tried: npm update http-server -g. Apparently the package name is wrong. I'm not sure what else to put here.
Steven Parker216,878 Points
The challenge says "Update the global package npm."
So the name of the package you need to update is not "http-server" but "npm" (itself).
npm update -g npm It is work for me