3 comments on “How to Install Node.js on Ubuntu

  1. When I install modules, such as Express, with NPM, they are installed into /usr/local/lib/node_modules. However, this path is not in require.paths, which causes “require(‘express’) to fail. Is there a way to make NPM place global modules into /usr/local/lib/node so that Node.js finds them by default?

    I’ve seen solutions by setting the environmental variable $NODE_PATH, but that seems like overkill for things that are made to work together.

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