If you’re a Noob and wondering how to install Node.js on Debian or Ubuntu, just like me..
Well, let me tell you, you’re in a right place. Of course you can install Node.js by using command
apt install but the version of Node.js you might get would not satisfy you. Sometimes you’d get older version of Node.js, or in some case you might need a certain version of Node.js.
So, any better way?
Yes.. go visit this page 🙂
Take a look on this section
# Using Ubuntu
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | sudo -E bash -
sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
# Using Debian, as root
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | bash -
apt-get install -y nodejs
Last thing you might check from console by typing
node -v to get the version of Node.js installed.
What is Siberian CMS?
Siberian is an open-source CMS for building mobile applications for iOS and Android. It is usable without technical knowledge and has been adopted by thousands of companies worldwide.
It is interesting, so I gave a shot to install on local environment.
- Nginx was installed
- Maria db / MySQL was installed
- PHP-FPM and some modules were installed
You might also need to increase max_execution_time value on your php-fpm configuration. I gave 300 seconds for this value
- Setup a virtual host for Nginx. You can follow the instruction here
- Create a database that’s going to be used by Siberian CMS
Done. Continue to the next step.
First, get the free version of Siberian CMS from siberiancms.com. The installer will be sent to your email address provided. It contains a download link of the installer. The installer is a php file named “index.php” compressed as zip.
Extract zip file and place “index.php” to the virtual host you prepared. Then access your virtual host from web browser. It will ask you to download Siberian CMS, please be patient.
To install, just follow the instructions, it’s easy.
You’ll be redirected to the login page 🙂