How to install node using npm and n module?

 
Install node using npm and n module
 
1. Install npm on centos 7
 root@localhost:~  yum install epel-release
                    
root@localhost:~ yum install npm
Install npm on Ubuntu 16/18 and Debian 10
 

root@localhost:~  apt install npm  

Install npm on Ubuntu 20

root@localhost:~  apt-get update


root@localhost:~  apt install npm

2. Install n, Node’s version manager:

 If you are not using ssl, you need to set the repo to http by running : 

root@localhost:~ npm config set registry  http://registry.npmjs.org/ 

root@localhost:~  npm install -g n   

3. Install node by running :

Add insecure to install without ssl : 

root@localhost:~ n --insecure latest

For example : n --insecure  v12.13.0

 

   To install the latest version: 

     root@locallhost:~ n latest

To install corresponding version :

     root@localhost:~ n version.number

For example,   root@localhost:~   n  v12.13.0

 

To switch between multiple node versions you need to run : 

root@jumpserver:~#  n

 

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