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Node Pi Gif

NodeJs-Raspberry-Pi

Latest NodeJS Install:

This is a simple shell script that will install the “Latest version” of NodeJs available to your raspberry pi on every all types of raspberry pis (zero|1|2|3|4) This also happens to work on a Beaglebone, Nvidia TX2, and other ARM6, ARM7, ARM64 and x86_64 linux computers.

I have yet to confirm, but there may be an issue on Jessy and Stretch, if you are running the older pi OS

First, you will need to install the latest version of NodeJs on your pi by going into your Raspberry Pi zero|1|2|3’s terminal, and running:

wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/audstanley/NodeJs-Raspberry-Pi/master/Install-Node.sh | sudo bash;
node -v;

Specific Version of NodeJs:

Once you have run the initial installer, you can install different versions at any time by opening a new terminal and typing:

sudo node-install -v 4.9.1; # if you want to be specific

or

sudo node-install -v 4;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 4 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 5;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 5 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 6;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 6 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 7;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 7 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 8;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 8 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 9;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 9 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 10;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 10 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 11;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 11 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 12;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 12 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 13;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 13 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 14;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 14 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 15;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 15 you wish to install

or

sudo node-install -v 16;
# then you will get prompted with which 
# specific version of 16 you wish to install

Please note that this will work for EVERY raspberry pi running buster or greater.

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Always keep NodeJs up to date:

If you want to keep your Raspberry Pi up to date with the Latest Version of Node at all times, edit your /etc/crontab file:

sudo nano /etc/crontab

Add this line to the bottom of your crontab:

0 22 1,7,14,21 * * root node-install -a;

This will update your raspberry pi with the latest version of NodeJs on days 1st, 7st, 14th, and 21st of every month at 10:00pm.

Thank you so much:

Hansie

Casper

Ladvien

Phil

Shane

Dan

Bob

Anon

Jeff

Thank you (bug catchers)

JoelEllis

Kryten0807

fivdi for reporting that there are newer binaries of Node.

Traffic:

Thank you for checking out the project, and using the node-install utility. This github project (as of 2019), reaches about an average of 10,000 people every year.

Development

If you would like to develop for this project, Just install VSCode with Docker as a Dependency (follow this guide), and the VSCode extensions Remote - Containers and Remote - Development then git clone the project, open the project in VSCode, Ctrl Shift P, “Open Folder in Container” then ./build.sh to build the binaries for all the archetectures. You will need WSL2 if you are on windows.

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