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chrislea committed Oct 25, 2018
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#!/bin/bash
# Discussion, issues and change requests at:
# https://github.com/nodesource/distributions
#
# Script to install the NodeSource Node.js 11.x repo onto an
# Enterprise Linux or Fedora Core based system.
#
# Run as root or insert `sudo -E` before `bash`:
#
# curl -sL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_11.x | bash -
# or
# wget -qO- https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_11.x | bash -
#
SCRSUFFIX="_11.x"
NODENAME="Node.js 11.x"
NODEREPO="pub_11.x"
NODEPKG="nodejs"
print_status() {
local outp=$(echo "$1") # | sed -r 's/\\n/\\n## /mg')
echo
echo -e "## ${outp}"
echo
}
if test -t 1; then # if terminal
ncolors=$(which tput > /dev/null && tput colors) # supports color
if test -n "$ncolors" && test $ncolors -ge 8; then
termcols=$(tput cols)
bold="$(tput bold)"
underline="$(tput smul)"
standout="$(tput smso)"
normal="$(tput sgr0)"
black="$(tput setaf 0)"
red="$(tput setaf 1)"
green="$(tput setaf 2)"
yellow="$(tput setaf 3)"
blue="$(tput setaf 4)"
magenta="$(tput setaf 5)"
cyan="$(tput setaf 6)"
white="$(tput setaf 7)"
fi
fi
print_bold() {
title="$1"
text="$2"
echo
echo "${red}================================================================================${normal}"
echo "${red}================================================================================${normal}"
echo
echo -e " ${bold}${yellow}${title}${normal}"
echo
echo -en " ${text}"
echo
echo "${red}================================================================================${normal}"
echo "${red}================================================================================${normal}"
}
bail() {
echo 'Error executing command, exiting'
exit 1
}
exec_cmd_nobail() {
echo "+ $1"
bash -c "$1"
}
exec_cmd() {
exec_cmd_nobail "$1" || bail
}
node_deprecation_warning() {
if [[ "X${NODENAME}" == "Xio.js 1.x" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "Xio.js 2.x" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "Xio.js 3.x" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "XNode.js 0.10" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "XNode.js 0.12" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "XNode.js 4.x LTS Argon" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "XNode.js 5.x" ||
"X${NODENAME}" == "XNode.js 7.x" ]]; then
print_bold \
" DEPRECATION WARNING " "\
${bold}${NODENAME} is no longer actively supported!${normal}
${bold}You will not receive security or critical stability updates${normal} for this version.
You should migrate to a supported version of Node.js as soon as possible.
Use the installation script that corresponds to the version of Node.js you
wish to install. e.g.
* ${green}https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_8.x — Node.js v8 LTS \"Carbon\"${normal} (recommended)
* ${green}https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x — Node.js v10 Current${normal}
Please see ${bold}https://github.com/nodejs/Release${normal} for details about which
version may be appropriate for you.
The ${bold}NodeSource${normal} Node.js distributions repository contains
information both about supported versions of Node.js and supported Linux
distributions. To learn more about usage, see the repository:
${bold}https://github.com/nodesource/distributions${normal}
"
echo
echo "Continuing in 20 seconds ..."
echo
sleep 20
fi
}
script_deprecation_warning() {
if [ "X${SCRSUFFIX}" == "X" ]; then
print_bold \
" SCRIPT DEPRECATION WARNING " "\
This script, located at ${bold}https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup${normal}, used to
install Node.js v0.10, is deprecated and will eventually be made inactive.
You should use the script that corresponds to the version of Node.js you
wish to install. e.g.
* ${green}https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_8.x — Node.js v8 LTS \"Carbon\"${normal} (recommended)
* ${green}https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x — Node.js v10 Current${normal}
Please see ${bold}https://github.com/nodejs/Release${normal} for details about which
version may be appropriate for you.
The ${bold}NodeSource${normal} Node.js Linux distributions GitHub repository contains
information about which versions of Node.js and which Linux distributions
are supported and how to use the install scripts.
${bold}https://github.com/nodesource/distributions${normal}
"
echo
echo "Continuing in 20 seconds (press Ctrl-C to abort) ..."
echo
sleep 20
fi
}
setup() {
script_deprecation_warning
node_deprecation_warning
print_status "Installing the NodeSource ${NODENAME} repo..."
print_status "Inspecting system..."
if [ ! -x /bin/rpm ]; then
print_status """You don't appear to be running an Enterprise Linux based system,
please contact NodeSource at https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/issues
if you think this is incorrect or would like your distribution to be considered
for support.
"""
exit 1
fi
## Annotated section for auto extraction in test.sh
#-check-distro-#
## Check distro and arch
echo "+ rpm -q --whatprovides redhat-release || rpm -q --whatprovides centos-release || rpm -q --whatprovides cloudlinux-release || rpm -q --whatprovides sl-release"
DISTRO_PKG=$(rpm -q --whatprovides redhat-release || rpm -q --whatprovides centos-release || rpm -q --whatprovides cloudlinux-release || rpm -q --whatprovides sl-release)
echo "+ uname -m"
UNAME_ARCH=$(uname -m)
if [ "X${UNAME_ARCH}" == "Xi686" ]; then
DIST_ARCH=i386
elif [ "X${UNAME_ARCH}" == "Xx86_64" ]; then
DIST_ARCH=x86_64
else
print_status "\
You don't appear to be running a supported machine architecture: ${UNAME_ARCH}. \
Please contact NodeSource at \
https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/issues if you think this is \
incorrect or would like your architecture to be considered for support. \
"
exit 1
fi
if [[ $DISTRO_PKG =~ ^(redhat|centos|cloudlinux|sl)- ]]; then
DIST_TYPE=el
elif [[ $DISTRO_PKG =~ ^(enterprise|system)-release- ]]; then # Oracle Linux & Amazon Linux
DIST_TYPE=el
elif [[ $DISTRO_PKG =~ ^(fedora|korora)- ]]; then
DIST_TYPE=fc
else
print_status "\
You don't appear to be running a supported version of Enterprise Linux. \
Please contact NodeSource at \
https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/issues if you think this is \
incorrect or would like your architecture to be considered for support. \
Include your 'distribution package' name: ${DISTRO_PKG}. \
"
exit 1
fi
if [[ $DISTRO_PKG =~ ^system-release ]]; then
# Amazon Linux, for 2014.* use el7, older versions are unknown, perhaps el6
DIST_VERSION=7
else
## Using the redhat-release-server-X, centos-release-X, etc. pattern
## extract the major version number of the distro
DIST_VERSION=$(echo $DISTRO_PKG | sed -r 's/^[[:alpha:]]+-release(-server|-workstation|-client)?-([0-9]+).*$/\2/')
if ! [[ $DIST_VERSION =~ ^[0-9][0-9]?$ ]]; then
print_status "\
Could not determine your distribution version, you may not be running a \
supported version of Enterprise Linux. \
Please contact NodeSource at \
https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/issues if you think this is \
incorrect. Include your 'distribution package' name: ${DISTRO_PKG}. \
"
exit 1
fi
fi
## Given the distro, version and arch, construct the url for
## the appropriate nodesource-release package (it's noarch but
## we include the arch in the directory tree anyway)
RELEASE_URL_VERSION_STRING="${DIST_TYPE}${DIST_VERSION}"
RELEASE_URL="\
https://rpm.nodesource.com/${NODEREPO}/\
${DIST_TYPE}/\
${DIST_VERSION}/\
${DIST_ARCH}/\
nodesource-release-${RELEASE_URL_VERSION_STRING}-1.noarch.rpm"
#-check-distro-#
print_status "Confirming \"${DIST_TYPE}${DIST_VERSION}-${DIST_ARCH}\" is supported..."
## Simple fetch & fast-fail to see if the nodesource-release
## file exists for this distro/version/arch
exec_cmd_nobail "curl -sLf -o /dev/null '${RELEASE_URL}'"
RC=$?
if [[ $RC != 0 ]]; then
print_status "\
Your distribution, identified as \"${DISTRO_PKG}\", \
is not currently supported, please contact NodeSource at \
https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/issues \
if you think this is incorrect or would like your distribution to be considered for support"
exit 1
fi
## EPEL is needed for EL5, we don't install it if it's missing but
## we can give guidance
if [ "$DIST_TYPE" == "el" ] && [ "$DIST_VERSION" == "5" ]; then
print_status "Checking if EPEL is enabled..."
echo "+ yum repolist enabled 2> /dev/null | grep epel"
repolist=$(yum repolist enabled 2> /dev/null | grep epel)
if [ "X${repolist}" == "X" ]; then
print_status "Finding current EPEL release RPM..."
## We can scrape the html to find the latest epel-release (likely 5.4)
epel_url="http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/5/${DIST_ARCH}/"
epel_release_view="${epel_url}repoview/epel-release.html"
echo "+ curl -s $epel_release_view | grep -oE 'epel-release-[0-9\-]+\.noarch\.rpm'"
epel=$(curl -s $epel_release_view | grep -oE 'epel-release-[0-9\-]+\.noarch\.rpm')
if [ "X${epel}" = "X" ]; then
print_status "Error: Could not find current EPEL release RPM!"
exit 1
fi
print_status """The EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) repository is a
prerequisite for installing Node.js on your operating system. Please
add it and re-run this setup script.
The EPEL repository RPM is available at:
${epel_url}${epel}
You can try installing with: \`rpm -ivh <url>\`
"""
exit 1
fi
fi
print_status "Downloading release setup RPM..."
## Two-step process to install the nodesource-release RPM,
## Download to a tmp file then install it directly with `rpm`.
## We don't rely on RPM's ability to fetch from HTTPS directly
echo "+ mktemp"
RPM_TMP=$(mktemp || bail)
exec_cmd "curl -sL -o '${RPM_TMP}' '${RELEASE_URL}'"
print_status "Installing release setup RPM..."
## --nosignature because nodesource-release contains the signature!
exec_cmd "rpm -i --nosignature --force '${RPM_TMP}'"
print_status "Cleaning up..."
exec_cmd "rm -f '${RPM_TMP}'"
print_status "Checking for existing installations..."
## Nasty consequences if you have an existing Node or npm package
## installed, need to inform if they are there
echo "+ rpm -qa 'node|npm' | grep -v nodesource"
EXISTING_NODE=$(rpm -qa 'node|npm|iojs' | grep -v nodesource)
if [ "X${EXISTING_NODE}" != "X" ]; then
print_status """Your system appears to already have Node.js installed from an alternative source.
Run \`${bold}sudo yum remove -y ${NODEPKG} npm${normal}\` to remove these first.
"""
fi
print_status """Run \`${bold}sudo yum install -y ${NODEPKG}${normal}\` to install ${NODENAME} and npm.
## You may also need development tools to build native addons:
sudo yum install gcc-c++ make
## To install the Yarn package manager, run:
curl -sL https://dl.yarnpkg.com/rpm/yarn.repo | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/yarn.repo
sudo yum install yarn
"""
exit 0
}
## Defer setup until we have the complete script
setup

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