How-to Getting-Started with node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic 32-64bit Linux Easy Guide

November 24th, 2014 by thelinuxevangelist

Node.js Quick-Start on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic Linux



The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Install and Getting-Started Quickly with the Latest Node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn i386/amd64 Linux Desktop.

Node.js is an Amazing New Javascript Stuff that is at the Same Time either a Web Server and a Web Development Framework.

Node.js is Well Known for his Performances and Scaling Attitudes derived from a Single Thread Non-Blocking Architecture “First come, first served”.

Take Note: there is also the Possibility of Installing an Older Node.js Release by the apt-get Command but Best to Download and Install Directly the Latest Node.js Binaries.

To the How-to Install & Getting-Started with Node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic Bottom You Find Link to Guide with Quick-Start on Node.js Javascript Server/Framework.

Install & Getting-Started with Node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic - Featured
  1. Download Latest Node.js Binaries for Linux

    node.js Linux tar.gz x86/x64

    Select from the List the Linux Node.js tar.gz 32/64bit Binary Release.

  2. Double-Click on node.js Archive and Extract into /tmp
    Or From Command Line:

    tar xvfz ~/Downloads/node*tar.gz -C /tmp/

    Install Node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic - Extracting Node.js
    Or from Command Line:

    tar xvfz $HOME/Downloads/node*.tar.gz -C /tmp/
  3. Open Command Line Terminal Window
    Ctrl+Alt+t
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Install Node.js on Xubuntu 14.10 Utopic - Open Terminal
  4. Relocating Node.js

    sudo su -c "chown -R root:root /tmp/node*"
    sudo mv /tmp/node* /usr/local/node
  5. SetUp System And/Or User PATH

    • User PATH Setup (Not Needed if done the System Path…):
      nano $HOME/.bashrc

      Append:

      export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/node/bin

      Ctrl+x to Save & Exit :)

      Then Load the New PATH:

      source $HOME/.bashrc
    • System PATH Setup:
      sudo su -c "nano /etc/bash.bashrc"

      Append:

      export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/node/bin

      Ctrl+x to Save & Exit :)

      Then Load the New PATH:

      source /etc/bash.bashrc
  6. Node.js Quick-Start Guide

    Node.js Jump-Start
  7. Now You are Able to Getting-Started with the Node.js Development, to Look for Further Docs and Resource meet the Online Node.js Developers Community.

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