You’ll need to install Node.js on your system, and to do so, we’ll
nvm, short for Node Version Manager.
nvm has a number of benefits in comparison with installing Node.js directly from
the Node.js website, or from a package provided by your Linux distribution:
- You can easily switch between different Node.js versions
- Everything gets installed in your home folder, avoiding permission problems
nvm, follow the install instructions in the nvm
After installation is completed, try running the following command:
If all goes well, it should show you the
If you get
nvm: command not found or something similar, close the current terminal
window, and open a new one. Now
nvm should be found.