How to Install Node.js on Fedora 35 / Fedora 34
It uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and effective, ideal for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.
Here, we will see how to install Node.js on Fedora 35 / Fedora 34.
Install Node.js on Fedora 35
You can install Node.js using NodeSource, NVM, and Debian repository. So, follow any one of the methods you think is easier to install Node.js.
You may need to install the curl package before proceeding further.
sudo dnf install -y curl
Install Node.js using NodeSource
Nodesource is a leading commercial enterprise software company, and it provides repositories for Node.js and NPM installation.
At the time of writing this article, the below versions are suitable for production usage. You can visit the official page to find the supported Node.js versions.
- v16.x (Active LTS)
- v14.x (Maintenance LTS)
- v17.x (Latest Version)
v16.x (Active LTS)
curl -fsSL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_16.x | sudo bash - sudo dnf install -y nodejs
v14.x (Maintenance LTS)
curl -fsSL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_14.x | sudo bash - sudo dnf install -y nodejs
v17.x (Latest Version)
curl -fsSL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_17.x | sudo bash - sudo dnf install -y nodejs
Install Node.js using NVM
nvm is a version manager for Node.js, and it helps you install Node.js per user and invokes it per shell. Also, it allows you to install and use multiple versions of node.js in parallel.
Install nvm by running the below command.
curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.38.0/install.sh | bash -
After the installation of nvm, exit the current session and log in back.
Then, use the below command to verify the nvm installation.
Now, you can use the nvm command to install the latest stable version, the latest LTS version, a specific version of Node.js with the below commands.
# Latest Stable Version nvm install node # Latest LTS Version nvm install --lts # Specific Version nvm install 12.22.5
Install Node.js using Fedora Repository
Node.js is also available as a module in Fedora, and you can install it along with npm (Node Package Manager)using the below command.
Node.js v16.x (LTS) and npm v8.1.x are available in the Fedora repository when writing this article.
Use sudo dnf module list nodejs to list the available streams (Node.js version), enable/disable the stream with the sudo dnf module enable/disable -y nodejs:<stream> command, and then install the Node.js.
sudo dnf module enable -y nodejs:16 sudo dnf install -y nodejs npm
Check Node.js Installation
Check the Node.js version using the following command.
Output: (Node.js v16.x)
Check the npm version.
Install Build Tools
You will need to install build tools to compile and install native addons from npm.
sudo dnf install -y gcc-c++ make
That’s All. I hope you have learned how to install Node.js on Fedora 35 / Fedora 34.