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Welcome to this tutorial on how to install Node.js on a Linux machine. Node.js is a popular JavaScript runtime that allows you to build web applications quickly and efficiently. In this video, we'll go over the steps to get Node.js up and running on your Linux system, so you can start building amazing things with it. First, we'll need to make sure we have the necessary prerequisites installed. This includes the package manager for your specific Linux distribution, as well as any required dependencies. Next, we'll show you how to install Node.js using the package manager. We'll also cover how to verify the installation. Links: Node Js: By the end of this video, you'll know how to install Node.js on a Linux machine and be ready to start building your next web application. So let's get started! Keywords: Node.js, Linux, Install, Ubuntu, CentOS, JavaScript, Runtime, Server-side Applications
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