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guys I installed magento 2 on the server, and after that I removed it because it was in a different version than the one I should install. And I removed it using the command rm -rf 'project'. However when I went to install again using the command:

"composer create-project --repository = https: //repo.magento.com/ magento / project-community-edition = 2.3.5-p2".

He returned an error called "killed"

Updating dependencies (including require-dev) Killed

What can I do to fix it?

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Try tto clear composer cache : composer clear-cache then run your command.

If you have composer.json or composer.lock files remove them.

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  • I already tried the command "composer: composer clear-cache", and it didn't work) :. Where can I find composer.lock and composer.json? – lucas Feb 21 at 16:16
  • Which files do you have on your project folder ? If you believe your project folder is empty then could you try run your command in another blank folder ? – Mehmet Uygur Feb 21 at 16:18
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Delete your previous Directory and run the command again

composer create-project --repository = https: //repo.magento.com/ magento / project-community-edition = 2.3.5-p2 here_write_directory_name

This will install your magento perfectly

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