How to Configure and Deploy CloudLinux’s Node.js Selector

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Why Node.js for CloudLinux?

In the last few years, the stability and ease of use of Node.js has lead to heavy adoption in application development.  However, deploying and configuring a Node.js application to work with cPanel presents a number of hurdles. CloudLinux’s recently released Node.js Selector is a great solution that includes a graphical interface to make deployment go more smoothly. To use this utility, you will need to have CloudLinux installed along with the LVE Manager plugin. In this configuration, your Node.js application will also benefit from the resource usage monitoring that comes with the CloudLinux LVE Manager. Continue reading “How to Configure and Deploy CloudLinux’s Node.js Selector”

How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Node Version Manager, also known as NVM is used to control and manage multiple active versions of Node.js in one system. It is a command line utility and a bash script that allows programmers to shift between different versions of Node.js. They will be able to install any version using a single command and setting defaults using the command line utility.

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Using Passenger with cPanel on CentOS 7

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Phusion Passenger is a web application server that can run Ruby, Node.js, and Python applications on your webserver. It integrates with both Apache and Nginx to serve content to your visitors. Historically, this application was difficult to integrate with cPanel servers, which would combine the power of Ruby applications with the ease of management that cPanel provides, but recent advancements make setting up your Passenger module very simple. This easy walkthrough will show you how to add Passenger, Apache mod_passenger, and the supporting Ruby installation to cPanel. Continue reading “Using Passenger with cPanel on CentOS 7”

How To Install NVM (Node Version Manager) on Fedora 23

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Node Version Manager allows you to quickly install and manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js. It can be used to install node.js versions, execute commands with a specific node.js version, set the PATH variable to use a specific node.js version, and more. To learn more, visit the project’s Github page. Continue reading “How To Install NVM (Node Version Manager) on Fedora 23”

How To Install Node.js on Fedora 23

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Node.js is a cross-platform runtime environment built on JavaScript. Applications also are written in JavaScript. Node.js lends itself to rapidly deploying, real-time web applications, and is considered extremely scalable due to its event-driven architecture. Node Version Manager allows admins to easily install and manage multiple node.js versions. Continue reading “How To Install Node.js on Fedora 23”

How to Install Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on Fedora 21

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Node.js is a cross-platform runtime environment, configurable on Linux, OS X, and Microsoft Windows, and built on JavaScript. Applications, both server-side and networking, are also written in JavaScript. Node.js lends itself nicely to quick deploying, real-time web applications, and is generally thought of as extremely scalable due to its event-driven architecture.

The Node Version Manager allows admins to easily manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js, with functionality such as: installation, executing commands with specific node.js versions, setting the PATH variable to use a specific node.js versions, etc.

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  • These instructions are intended specifically for installing Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on a single Fedora 21 node.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed Fedora 21 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
  • If NVM is not already installed, then visit our tutorial on: How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on Fedora 21

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How to Install Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on Fedora 20

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Node.js is a cross-platform runtime environment, configurable on Linux, OS X, and Microsoft Windows, and built on JavaScript. Applications, both server-side and networking, are also written in JavaScript. Node.js lends itself nicely to quick deploying, real-time web applications, and is generally thought of as extremely scalable due to its event-driven architecture.

The Node Version Manager allows admins to easily manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js, with functionality such as: installation, executing commands with specific node.js versions, setting the PATH variable to use a specific node.js versions, etc.

Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for installing Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on a single Fedora 20 node.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed Fedora 20 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
  • If NVM is not already installed, then visit our tutorial on: How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on Fedora 20

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How to Install Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on CentOS 7

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Node.js is a cross-platform runtime environment, configurable on Linux, OS X, and Microsoft Windows, and built on JavaScript. Applications, both server-side and networking, are also written in JavaScript. Node.js lends itself nicely to quick deploying, real-time web applications, and is generally thought of as extremely scalable due to its event-driven architecture.

The Node Version Manager allows admins to easily manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js, with functionality such as installation, executing commands with specific node.js versions, setting the PATH variable to use a specific node.js versions, etc.

Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for installing Node.js via NVM (Node Version Manager) on a single CentOS 7 node.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
  • If NVM is not already installed, then visit our tutorial on: How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on CentOS 7

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How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on Fedora 21

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The Node Version Manager allows admins to easily manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js, with functionality such as: installation, executing commands with specific node.js versions, setting the PATH variable to use a specific node.js versions, etc.

Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for installing NVM (Node Version Manager) on a single Fedora 21 node.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed Fedora 21 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.

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How to Install NVM (Node Version Manager) for Node.js on Fedora 20

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The Node Version Manager allows admins to easily manage node.js versions. It’s a bash script that has the capability to manage multiple active versions of node.js, with functionality such as: installation, executing commands with specific node.js versions, setting the PATH variable to use a specific node.js versions, etc.

Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for installing NVM (Node Version Manager) on a single Fedora 20 node.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed Fedora 20 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.

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