Atom 1.34 does not start without internet connection with my w10 1809


#1

Can you help me? my Atom does not start whithout internet. thank you


#2

What happens when you try to open Atom from the command line using atom --safe? Atom doesn’t normally require an Internet connection to start up.


#3

I will try and see the result after. thank you so much


#4

it’s not work


#5

That’s weird.


#6


#7

when I run atom, it appears in task managers and after disappears and will not launch unless I connect to the internet


#8

It’s not wise to run the command prompt as administrator unless you really need to.

Open your user folder and go to AppData/Local/atom. Do you see a bin/ folder with four files in it? If so, you need to add that bin/ folder to your PATH.

If you’re connected to the Internet and disconnect, does Atom continue to work?


#9

yes, I added it to PATH but it still does not start without internet? I’m on windows 10 1809, and it started since I updated my system


#10

If it started when you updated Windows, then it might be a problem with Windows.


#11

yes, I believe but atom 1.34 is released after the update


#12

You can test that, by downloading atom-windows.zip for a previous release from GitHub. Unzip that, start the Atom executable that’s inside, and see if it works.


#13

I will try and I will tell you the result. Anyway thank you very much


#14

No problem. :slight_smile:


#15

It sounds like you didn’t have this issue prior to 1.34 so I’m not sure if this will help, but folks in https://github.com/atom/atom/issues/16373 mentioned that enabling the loopback adapter fixed things for them. That issue wasn’t specific to 1.34 though, but maybe it’ll help in your case too.


#16

it’s run after windows update. thank’s to all