@obsolete29 don't! Leave it to your distro to update this together with NodeJS.

Thank me later.

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@obsolete29 no idea what you're using but the last thing you want is a mix of distro installed and manually "sudoed" packages somewhere in /usr/local or *gasp* $HOME

Been there. It was hell.

This is very easy on e.g. Fedora:

Where you can install NodeJS with a version to your liking this way:

> sudo dnf module install nodejs:14

See "dnf module list nodejs" for options.


(And NPM is bundled with NodeJS - you do not want incompatible versions here)

@obsolete29 "there's is no greater teacher than experience" or sth like that ๐Ÿ˜†

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