Make sure your Ubuntu is up to date and patched.

$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt upgrade

Node.js is available within Ubuntu’s default software repositories, making it possible to install it using conventional package management tools. After confirming the installation, apt will install Node.js and all required dependencies.

$ sudo apt install nodejs -y

Check Node.js version

$ nodejs -v

# OUTPUT
v10.19.0

Have fun!

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