Installing node.js on CentOS 3

3 thoughts on “Installing node.js on CentOS

  1. Reply misc Jan 4,2013 6:28 AM

    You can also use the nodejs package from openshift for EL6, this should work. If not, there is nodejs on rawhide, that could also be used ?

  2. Reply mrunge Jan 4,2013 2:46 PM

    Sadly, this is a really bad advice, for two reasons:
    1. That version is waaay outdated and contains at least one known security hole.
    2. Node.is exists in epel-testing repo in version 0.9.4, if I’m not totally wrong. It should hit EPEL stable repository in about a week.

  3. Reply Richzendy Jan 4,2013 3:41 PM

    Thanks for your comments, i see this repo outdated, acctually i have node.js compilated, but your comments will help to others with this posts

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