I want to install NodeSource Node.js v7 on my Raspberry Pi 1, but when I run the code: curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_7.x | sudo -E bash -, I am presented with:

## Installing the NodeSource Node.js v7.x repo...

## You appear to be running on ARMv6 hardware. Unfortunately this is not currently 
supported by the NodeSource Linux distributions. Please use the 'linux-armv6l' binary 
tarballs available directly from nodejs.org for Node.js v4 and later.

How can I install Node.js v7 on a Raspberry Pi 1?


I think you can follow a similar procedure as this one. I.e.

  1. Uninstall original
  2. Re-install newer one but compiled for ArmV6.
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