Zameer Ansari


Installing node.js on Windows and Ubuntu


To get the latest Apache conrdova, one need to make sure that node.js (and npm) exists.

Download the latest node.js from

Follow the below steps after opening the downloaded setup file:

Let the installer compute required space.

So, if we have required space:

Select destination to install node

Select which node components to install — this may be useful for server configuration

There are various ways to install node on Ubuntu, one of them is compiling and installing

Use the below commands one-line-after-the-other

$ sudo apt-get install build-essential $ wget $ tar -xzf node-v0.8.16.tar.gz $ cd node-v0.8.16/ $ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install

To verify the installation:

$ node -v v0.8.16 $ npm -v 1.1.69

Yes, that’s it. Done with the task!


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