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  • Node.js Installation Guide for Ubuntu 14.04 Server - 4 Quick Steps

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    Node.js is a JavaScript runtime platform built by Chrome, it Lightweight and much efficient then other platform which build scalable network application very quickly that's why it is very famous and majorly used in today's time.

    So, this tutorial guide is to provide you the process of Installing Node.js on UBUNTU 14.04 Server in just 4 simple steps.

    For more on Node.js please visit Free Nodejs Tutorials

     

     

    Let's have a look:

    Use Node version manager to install node. NVM gives access to the newest versions of Node.js

     

    Step 1.   Update Ubuntu box with running these commands.        

         apt-get && apt-get upgrade   

     

    Step 2.   Download the latest install script for NVM, by this command

            http://curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.31.0/install.sh | bash

       This will ask you close and reopen your terminal

     

     

    Step 3.   After reopen the terminal run command       

           nvm 

     

    Step 4.  Install latest Node.js We will be using this version as an example. Install version 0.14.    

            nvm install 0.14

          To ensure that Node.js has been installed, run node – v   in terminal

     

     

    Difference between Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS?

     

    Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (long term support)it is upgraded version of ubuntu 14.04

    Since Ubuntu 16.04 LTS comes loaded with a modified version of Linux 4.4 kernel, you will see various improvements to system stability, performance, power efficiency, and file system handling. Besides, support for newer Intel and AMD hardware makes it even more exciting. See below for some upgrades:

     

    • Improved Intel Skylake processor support
    • 3D support in the virtual GPU driver
    • New driver for Corsair Vengeance K90
    • Support for TPM 2.0 chips
    • Journaled RAID 5 support
    • Application Updates

    Several new apps ship as part of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, including new software store.

    Node.js Installation Guide for Ubuntu 14.04 Server - 4 Quick Steps

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