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How to install Node.js and npm using NVM on Ubuntu and Fedora

Node.js is a free, open source JavaScript runtime environment. You can use it to run or run JavaScript code outside a web browser and run it as a standalone application. Npm (Node Package Manager) is the default package manager for Node.js and the online database of packages. NVM – Node Version Manager makes it easy… read more »

How to install NodeJS on Linux

NodeJS Is an open source, cross-platform, lightweight JavaScript runtime environment that can be used to build scalable network applications. Fast and efficient server-side software built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Initially, JavaScript was primarily used for client-side scripting. However, Nodejs makes JavaScript available for server-side scripting and executes the script on the server side to… read more »

How to securely install packages using Npm or Yarn on Linux

[*]Imagine this scenario. Install the application on a Linux box. Packages are in the early stages of development and are only available in the NPM repository. You are a bit paranoid and skeptical about the authenticity of the package. what would you do? If you are a programmer, you can check the code in the… read more »

Fkill-interactively search for processes on Linux and kill them

killMeans, FAmazing To killIs a cross-platform command-line utility that interactively searches and kills multiple processes at once. Usually I use Top command Or “Ps -ef | grep “ Or “Pidov “ Find the process id and kill it with command “Kill-9 “. I don’t know you, but this is what I was doing until I… read more »

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