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Running node.js server on Ubuntu using forever

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I'm trying to use the 'forever' node.js package to run a node.js service on Ubuntu. Seems like it should be straightforward. However, when I run it, I receive the following output:

/usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory

I think this may be because the Ubuntu package manager names the node.js binary nodejs , rather than node , which is more standard. Is there a way to tell the forever package where to find node?

(I did try symlinking /usr/bin/node to /usr/bin/nodejs , but that produced even more errors and it feels like a hack anyway)

Problem courtesy of: andypaxo

Solution

Have you tried installing the latest node from source ?

git clone https://github.com/joyent/node.git cd node git checkout v0.8.22 #Try checking nodejs.org for what the stable version is ./configure make sudo make install

This video isn't entirely clear, but the author implies that older versions of node in the Debian repository are behind the node/nodejs naming issue.

Alternatively, you could try finding the target of the /usr/bin/nodejs symlink using any of the methods described here and create a /usr/bin/node symlink to that.

Good luck!

Solution courtesy of: John Henry

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