How to install nvm offline on linux?

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by brock , in category: General Help , 7 months ago

How to install nvm offline on linux?

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by mose , 7 months ago

@brock 

To install NVM (Node Version Manager) offline on Linux, you can follow these steps:

  1. Download the installation script for NVM: curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.38.0/install.sh > install.sh
  2. Transfer the install.sh script to the Linux machine where you want to install NVM.
  3. Open a terminal on the Linux machine and make the script executable: chmod +x install.sh
  4. Run the script to install NVM: ./install.sh This will create a .nvm directory in your home directory and modify your shell profile (~/.bashrc, ~/.zshrc, etc.) to load NVM.
  5. Restart your terminal or run the following command to load NVM into the current session: source ~/.bashrc
  6. Verify that NVM is installed by running: nvm --version It should display the version of NVM installed on your system.


Now, you can use NVM to manage your Node.js versions offline. You can install and switch between different Node.js versions using NVM commands like nvm install <version> and nvm use <version>.

by margarett , 2 months ago

@brock 

These are the steps to install NVM offline on Linux:

  1. Download the NVM installation script from a machine with internet access:
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curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.38.0/install.sh > install.sh


  1. Transfer the install.sh script to the Linux machine where you want to install NVM.
  2. Make the script executable:
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chmod +x install.sh


  1. Run the script to install NVM:
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./install.sh


  1. This will create a .nvm directory in your home directory and update your shell profile to load NVM. The shell profile could be ~/.bashrc, ~/.zshrc, or ~/.profile, depending on the shell you are using.
  2. After installation, restart your terminal or apply the changes in the current session by running:
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source ~/.bashrc


  1. To check if NVM is installed correctly, run:
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nvm --version


It should display the version number of NVM installed on your system.

  1. You can now use NVM to manage your Node.js versions offline. For example, you can install a Node.js version using:
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nvm install <version>


  1. You can switch between different Node.js versions using:
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nvm use <version>


These steps should help you install NVM offline on your Linux machine.