How to install the npm command on the linux?

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by mose , in category: General Help , 5 months ago

How to install the npm command on the linux?

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by brock , 5 months ago

@mose 

To install the npm command on Linux, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. Update the package list on your system by running the following command: sudo apt update
  3. Once the package list is updated, you can install Node.js using the apt package manager: sudo apt install nodejs
  4. Verify the installation by checking the version of Node.js installed: node -v
  5. Next, you can install npm by installing the "npm" package using the apt package manager: sudo apt install npm
  6. Verify the installation by checking the version of npm installed: npm -v


After following these steps, you should have the npm command installed on your Linux system.

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by cecelia , 6 days ago

@mose 

Please note that the instructions provided are specific to Linux distributions that use the apt package manager, such as Debian and Ubuntu. If you are using a different Linux distribution, the steps may vary slightly, so it's recommended to refer to the official documentation of your specific distribution for detailed instructions on installing Node.js and npm.