Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing Node through a package manager, part of Node.js First Look.
Much like any other piece of software designed for Linux, Node is available…through the package managers of major Linux distributions.…Let's install Node using the apt-get package manager that ships with Debian…based distributions like Ubuntu.…First, let's pull up Terminal.…If Terminal is not already in your recent apps, search for it.…Next, we're going to install Node.js.…To do this, we're going to use apt-get.…Many times when you use apt-get you need to do so as a super user.…
In this case, I'm going to use sudo to do that.…Next I'm going to type in apt- get and then the install command.…Finally, I'm going to type in nodejs.…Note that you want to type in nodejs and not node, there are two packages…that have similar names in apt-get and installing node will install something…entirely different.…Now hit Return, type in your sudo password.…If apt-get prompts you to install any dependencies just say yes.…
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