I have just installed nodejs on a new EC2 micro instance.
I installed it normally, ./configure -> make -> sudo make install.
Problem: When I run "node" under ec2-user, it runs perfectly. When I run "sudo node", it fails.
I found out that node is in:
[[email protected] ~]$ whereis node
node: /usr/local/bin/node /usr/local/lib/node
and the current path is
[[email protected] ~]$ echo $PATH
but, the sudo path is
[[email protected] ~]# echo $PATH
then I tried to edit the root PATH to include the paths to node, so "node" runs when I'm logged in as root - but it still won't work when I log in as ec2-user and run "sudo node".
I need this to install npm properly. Any idea on how to include the node path while running "sudo node"?