Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Compiling Node from source code, part of Node.js First Look (2012).
While not as straightforward as installing Node from a package, compiling Node…from source gives you maximum flexibility.…You can compile from source to test the latest development versions or fine-tune…advanced options for running Node.…Let's go get the source and start compiling.…Open Firefox, and go to nodejs.org.…Click on the Download link and then select Source Code.…Save the file to your Downloads folder and then once it's downloaded, head to the Terminal.…If Terminal is not already in Recent Apps, search for it.…
The rest of this will need to be done as root.…Let's type in sudo su.…Next, head to the path usr/local/src/.…Now we need to copy that TAR file into this directory.…Type in cp /home and then the name of your user, I'm Joseph and then Downloads,…and then the TAR file name.…Press space and then add a period.…That will copy the TAR file into this folder.…Now type in gunzip, and pass in the name of the file.…
Now we need to extract the TAR file.…Type in tar -xf and then pass in the name of the TAR file.…
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