Install Node.js applications

NOTE: To avoid a conflict between two or more Node.js applications attempting to use the same port, modify the application settings as needed to use a different port for each application.

To install a Node.js application, first ensure that all dependences are satisfied. Many applications will require Node.js and MongoDB, but others may require Redis or MySQL. To check available services, run this command:

$ sudo /opt/bitnami/ status

To install an application in the example/ directory, follow these steps:

  • Create the directory:

    $ sudo mkdir /opt/bitnami/apps/example
  • Move the application files to that directory and follow the official installation steps.

Last modification September 5, 2018