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NodeJS support cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sametto Chan, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. Sametto Chan

    Sametto Chan Well-Known Member

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    Node.js

    Does it support EasyApach 4 or something?
     
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    Hi @Sametto Chan,

    There's no support for using Node.js with cPanel & WHM at this time, however I encourage you to vote for the following feature request:

    nodejs Hosting

    The top comment provides an update on the status of this request.

    Thanks!
     
  3. Sametto Chan

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    Thanks for your feature link! I'm not asked to that question. It is just my friend want to ask a question about this. I'll enter for English Grammarly better.
    1. How long will available Node JS on cPanel/WHM?

    2. Will be available to EasyApache 4 right?
     
  4. Nirjonadda

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    You can install node from the EPEL Repository, I am using node in CentOS 7 with EA4

    Install Node from the EPEL Repository

    Code:
    sudo yum install epel-release
    Now that you have access to the EPEL repository, you can install Node.js using your regular yum commands:

    Code:
    sudo yum install nodejs
    Once again, you can check that the installation was successful by asking Node to return its version number:

    Code:
    node --version
    Many people will also want access to npm to manage their Node packages. You can also get this from EPEL by typing:

    Code:
    sudo yum install npm
     
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    @Nirjonadda,

    "sudo yum install epel-release"

    "sudo yum install nodejs"
    "node --version"

    "sudo yum install npm"
    Just installed, then? :)
     
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    You can use a nginx plugin for cPanel that support nodeJS
     
  8. Sametto Chan

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    1. Nginx with cPanel is not supported on .htaccess right?

    2. Is it free or paid?
     
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    1. There's no time frame on official support for Node.js. I encourage you to subscribe to the feature request for updates on it's progress.

    2. Yes, it would work with EasyApache 4.

    Thank you.
     
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    Sametto Chan Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for being so understanding questions! I'll keep getting know this. Just I can't wait :)
     
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