Installing Node.js via Node Version Manager on Ubuntu Linux


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Installing Node.js via Node Version Manager on Ubuntu Linux

NVM is a multi-platform tool, for installing Node. Since NodeJS.org does not offer pre-compiled binaries for Linux, NVM provides a more convenient alternative, to compiling Node, manually. Let's install NVM now and then use it to install Node. I'm at the NVM homepage on GitHub and I'm scrolling down, to the installation section. It's saying, we're going to need to have Git and cURL installed, in order to install NVM. So lets go to terminal and install these two commands now.

To install Git, I'm going to type sudo apt-git and then, install git. If it prompts you to install any dependencies, just say yes to install them. And now I'm going to do the same for cURL. I'm pressing the up arrow on my keyboard, and now I'm just replacing Git with cURL. So now I have Git and cURL, installed on this computer. So now with those two commands ready to go, I'm going to copy the install command and paste it in. So I'm going to go back to Firefox and I'm going to copy thi...

Installing Node.js via Node Version Manager on Ubuntu Linux
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Installing Node.js via Node Version Manager on Ubuntu Linux provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Joseph LeBlanc as part of the Node.js Essential Training (2013)

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