In the Web Development course, I’ve reached section 10 in which we are adding the Git Bash command line and Node JS to our local environment.
These loaded nicely on my Laptop and PC.
However on my PC
Malwarebytes’ ransomware blocks my Git Bash command line Node JS commands. I get this error
Rick@GOLIATH MINGW64 ~
$ node -v
Error creating winpty: ConnectNamedPipe failed: Windows error 232
When I turn off the Malwarebytes ransomware, the error resolves. And, of course, I can proceed. However, running without one’s ransomware seems dangerous. Right?
I added the git bash app “C:\Program Files\Git\git-bash.exe” file and the Node JS App “C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Node.js” both to the “allowed” list of Malware v4.0.4 and that didn’t help.
Since it works on my laptop and not on my PC, there must be a solution. Does anyone know if there is a known solution to running Node JS in the Git Bash command line WITH Malwarebytes Ransomware running?