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Install Latest Node.js from source on CentOs/RHEL 7 Linux

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Here in this article , we will explain installation of latest stable node.js  on CentOS 7 thorugh source packages, You can use on the most of linux based flavor servers like rhel, ubuntu etc ..

from Source

Through source code installation of node.js , you need to download node.js source package from its official site Click here.

Download the Latest node.js  :

Here we have use wget command for download in server node.js source package.Here we are downloading node.js v5.5.0.

wget https://nodejs.org/dist/v5.5.0/node-v5.5.0.tar.gz

extract the downloaded source package file through below command.

tar -zxvf node-v5.5.0.tar.gz

after extract , go into the extracted directory.

cd node-v5.5.0

Now Run the below installer to configure node on /usr/local directory and make compile .

./configure --prefix=/usr/local    make    make install

I am showing last some lines of output , when I have run the make install command , it should be like same on your server .

....    installing /usr/local/include/node/openssl/archs/BSD-x86_64/opensslconf.h  installing /usr/local/include/node/openssl/archs/VC-WIN32/opensslconf.h  installing /usr/local/include/node/openssl/archs/aix-gcc/opensslconf.h  installing /usr/local/include/node/openssl/opensslconf.h  installing /usr/local/include/node/zconf.h  installing /usr/local/include/node/zlib.h

Check Node.js Version

Here below command you can check  node.js version of successfully install node.js.

node  --version

Output comes like below, means you have successfully install node on server.

v5.5.0

Here our other article of node.js installation on cPanel/WHM , you can find here. Click below on link.

Node.js Installation on cPanel/WHM
Thanks

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