SFPx on Debian 8

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Debian 8 is a minimum consuming resources. Comparing with Ubuntu (Mate) i have allocated < 1 GB instead of 1.6 GB on MATE. This is very nice because with 12 GB of ram, i can allocate 6GB to Windows 10 on VirtualBox and 3 vCores, instead of 2.

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The real pain is configuring the environment to run npm and gulp so, here it is some tips:

 

sudo npm cache clean -f
sudo npm install -g n
sudo n stable
node -v
sudo npm rebuild node-sass

MORE FIXES

#Pnp JS Core Typings Related
sudo npm install typings -g
#Now CLONE and
sudo npm install

#INSTALL VSCODE NOW

 

CONCLUSIONS

  1. With Debian I have 65% of RAM instead of 80% in MATE;
  2. Windows 10 will not push your vCores to 100%

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