- Tested on Debian 6 and Ubuntu 10.04
- Should work fine on Centos, RHEL, etc.
Opscode cookbooks (http://github.com/opscode/cookbooks/tree/master)
- nodejs['install_method'] = source or package
- nodejs['version'] - release version of node to install
- nodejs['src_url'] - download location for node source tarball
- nodejs['dir'] - location where node will be installed, default /usr/local
- nodejs['npm'] - version of npm to install
- nodejs['npm_src_url'] - download location for npm source tarball
- nodejs['check_sha'] - test for valid sha_sum, default: true
Include the nodejs recipe to install node on your system based on the default installation method:
- include_recipe "nodejs"
Include the install_from_source recipe to install node from sources:
- include_recipe "nodejs::install_from_source"
Include the install_from_package recipe to install node from packages: Note that only apt (Ubuntu, Debian) appears to have up to date packages available. Centos, RHEL, etc are non-functional. (Try install_from_binary for those)
- include_recipe "nodejs::install_from_package"
Include the install_from_binary recipe to install node from official prebuilt binaries: (Currently Linux x86, x86_64, armv6l only)
- include_recipe "nodejs::install_from_binary"
Include the npm recipe to install npm:
- include_recipe "nodejs::npm"
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