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I am sorry you had to go through that much trouble.
Could you please help me understand how you were trying to use Gulp here that didn’t work?
It is true that at this point in time we don’t support global installation of Gulp. But you should be able to use Gulp easily.
If you have the Gulp dependency defined in the package.json file, then you may run `npm install` to install it. Once installed, if you have a gulpfile.js with Elixir assets defined, you can run gulp by referencing it via `./node_modules/gulp/bin/gulp.js`. It is a somewhat inconvenient, yes, but it should do the job right.
Could you please tell me if you faced issues this way?
Cloudways TeamYordi commented
it actually works now, but the gulp.js library was there before.
Otherwise i wouldn't have got "Permission denied" but i would have gotten "No such file or directory".
Can you believe that there were 3 support people frop cloudways before you that were not able to help me? They all logged in to the server to.
Don't get me wrong i'm very grateful, i think i can use cloudways now for some of my websites.Yordi commented
This command you provided me gives me permission denied. (like i mentioned in original post).
Feel free to login to my Laravel application (i have only 1 server and 1 laravel application), the account is the same e-mail as the account i'm posting on here.
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