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Nodejs Installation on Amazon Linux
Log in to the AWS console and create an instance with Amazon Linux.
Step 1: SSH into the EC2 Instance
First, SSH into the Amazon Linux EC2 instance. By default user name is ec2-user.
$ ssh -i Serverkey.pem ec2-user@IP Address of the Instance
Step 2: Install Node Version Manager
Second, install node version manager (nvm) by typing the following at the command line.
$ curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.34.0/install.sh | bash
Step 3: Activate NVM(Node Version Manager)
Next activate NVM by running following command.
$ . ~/.nvm/nvm.sh
SSH into the AWS instance and update repository. Now enable node.js yum repository in your system by the following command.
Step 4: Install Node.js using NVM
Finally install Nodejs using NVM, which also install NPM(Node Package Manager).
You can install any package using NPM.
$ nvm install node
Step 5: Check Node.js Installation
Check your Node.js installation by running the following command.
$ node -e "console.log('Running Node.js ' + process.version)"
By now you have learned how to install Nodejs on Amazon Linux. If you have any doubt feel free to comment below. I will answer all the queries.