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This blog post exclusively deals with installing node.js from binaries on Ubuntu. First you need to download the tar ball from node.js website. Say if the downloaded file(example: node-v0.8.20.tar.gz) is in the Download folder, you need to copy it to /usr/local/src. Fire up the terminal and type in the commands. sudo cp /home/username/Downloads/node-v0.8.20.tar.gz /usr/local/srcsudo cp […]

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