I've followed the steps from previous examples to get node.js going and have run into a make error:
NameError: name 'set' is not defined
==== Also, set the alias:
asked Aug 08 '11 at 14:40
It is necessary to be on a server newer than Web20 to install node.js; web1-web20 run an operating system with an old GLIBC. Upgrading this could introduce incompatibilities with legacy applications still running on these servers.
On a newer server, you should be able to install node.js using the following:
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answered Aug 08 '11 at 21:57