Node.js kernel not working


after updating the version of node.js installed in my PC, I cannot use miy Jupiter Notebooks with node.js kernel amy more.

Apparently zeromq of my node.js Jupiter kernel was compiled using NODE_MODULE_VERSION 93, while after my last node.js version update it should be compiled using NODE_MODULE_VERSION 108.

As suggested in another forum I tried to uninstall/reinstall/re-build zeromq, with no effect unfortunately.

What approach should I use instead?

Thanks in advance to whoever will find the time to give me a hint, best regards,


How did you install jupyter and nodejs? All via conda in the same environment?