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Fedora IoT Edition Approved

The Fedora Council has authorized a new Fedora Edition (as opposed to a Spin), dedicated to IoT devices and functionality!  Fedora ARM developer Peter Robinson is heading up the effort, congratulations to him!  He has information available on his blog located here:  https://nullr0ute.com/2018/03/fedora-iot-edition-is-go/, and there is also an official Ticket capturing the Approval located here:  https://pagure.io/Fedora-Council/tickets/issue/193

The Wiki is just getting built out now, so there is not a whole of information on it quite yet, but keep checking back as it takes shape:  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Objectives/Fedora_IoT

 

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HOW-TO: Install Node.js on the miniNode ARM Server (Fedora)

Installing Node.js on a Fedora 20 miniNode ARM dedicated server is extremely simple!

To get Node.js installed, you have two choices.  Either install it via the ‘yum’ package manager, or, by checking out the code directly from git.  Either method will work great.

Option 1, via ‘yum’:

1.  SSH to your miniNode, and become root.

su -

2.  Install Node.js via the ‘yum’ command.

yum install nodejs npm

Option 2, via git:

1.  SSH to your miniNode, and become root.

su -

2.  Install git.

yum install git

3.  Check out Node.js from the repository, and then build it.

git clone https://github.com/joyent/node.git
cd node
git checkout v0.10.28 #Try checking nodejs.org for what the stable version is
./configure && make && sudo make install

Finally, use Node.js to build cool applications!