A few weeks ago I thought I’d try to install Node.js on my Raspberry Pi Zero W to use it as a simple API server that I could take with me on the road. I have installed Node.js so many times before, including on a standard Raspberry Pi, that I figured it would be just as easy to do on the Pi Zero.
I was mistaken in regards to the difficulty.
On the Raspberry Pi Zero W, Node.js was nowhere to be found in
apt-get and the scripts that used NodeSource in the official install documentation didn’t work because ARMv6l is no longer supported by NodeSource.
We’re going to see how to install Node.js on a Raspberry Pi Zero W when everything else fails.Read More