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N|Solid

N|Solid on Homebrew

Install N|Solid on macOS via Homebrew. You can now easily install and manage the only Node.js platform built for mission-critical applications.

Usage

Install

First add the nsolid tap:

$ brew tap nodesource/nsolid

The N|Solid Runtime can be installed with or without the N|Solid Console.

To install the N|Solid Runtime and the N|Solid Console together:

$ brew install nsolid-console

And to install the N|Solid Runtime by itself:

$ brew install nsolid

Note: If you don't want Homebrew to attempt to overwrite preexisting node, npm, and npx files in /usr/local/bin, add --without-node to your N|Solid install command.

The previous command install N|Solid Runtime based on the latest LTS version. If you want to install N|Solid Runtime with a diferent LTS, you have available:

$ brew install nsolid-erbium

Note: If you have previously installed nsolid, you'll need to brew unlink nsolid to let the installation pass and then runbrew link nsolid-erbium. You can follow the same process to unlink nsolid-erbium, then link nsolid back.

Upgrading

To update your version of N|Solid, simply run the upgrade command:

$ brew upgrade nsolid
$ brew upgrade nsolid-erbium
$ brew upgrade nsolid-console

Services

You can use Homebrew Services to start and stop N|Solid Console:

$ brew services start nsolid-console
$ brew services stop nsolid-console

Managing Versions

You can switch between N|Solid versions by using the switch command:

$ brew list --versions nsolid
$ brew switch nsolid <version>

If you have N|Solid installed via the Developer Bundle, please uninstall it before installing from Homebrew. You can uninstall by running:

$ sudo /usr/local/nsolid/uninstall

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