Hey Everyone, my name is Rajdeep Singh. I'm a Frontend developer in India. you are interested to install npm and node.js latest version in your raspberry pi 4. Now you are right place.
Now follow these steps.
- Update & Upgrade your pi
- ARM Version
- Go to Offical Nodejs
- Copy Link
- Extract The File
- Copy The Files Into The Directory
- Check Installation
Update & Upgrade your Pi
fastly update your raspi 4 using update commands
sudo apt-get update
after the update command, you run the upgrade command to upgrade your Raspi package.
sudo apt-get upgrade
Now you check your raspi 4 arm architecture. so that we install node js and npm according to your arm architecture.
Check ARM architecture use the following command.
Currently in my Raspberry armv7l Architecture in your case may be different.
Go to Offical NodeJS:
Firstly goto node js official download page.
Once open node js download page. then Right-click on Linux Binaries (ARM) version and copy the link address.
- Without command:
Goto node js download page and click to ARMV7 button. after few second you download start it.
- With Command ( Recommanded ):
My arm Architecture is armv7l. so that, I copy ARMV7 Link Address. In Your case, your ARM Architecture armv81. so that you copy ARMV8 Link Address
Extract The File:
Once download Completed now Extract your file. you are extract files by Raspbian File manager and secondly, use the tar command according to your mind.
Your file look like:
In my example my file name:
if you face any error use Raspbian File manager to extract File.
Copy The Files Into The Directory:
run node js with any directory we need to copy all extracted files into the "/usr/local" folder.
Your file look like:
Go to your extracted folder:
After entering your folder then copy all files, we use the cp command. The "-R" flag is to signify to the program to copy all the files recursively, i.e include all files within folders. "*" just means to copy everything in the folder.
Now your Node js and npm successfully Install you verify your node and npm version. the simply run the following commands
All work fine, you see node and npm version.
If you run into any issues, just leave us a comment down below and we will try to help you guys!