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Docs: Add note about Node.js requiring SSL support (fixes #11413) #12475
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Adds a small note that Node.js requires SSL to be built in. While this hasn't affected many users, it's good to document in case this comes up in the future. (And the Node.js project itself did run into this as a problem.)
I also removed the notice about the npm version as we always support the npm version shipping with the supported Node.js versions.
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