If your distro does not come with Mongo DB, and it's not available in their repo, then please see the Mongo DB installation guide.You can find the latest installation guide for Ubuntu here, and Debian here. Some users have changed the backend to use Mongo DB 3 successfully too.Follow the instructions below to stay with the current stable release, regardless of changes in versions.When there is a new stable release, typically there will be a post on the Community announcing it.That is the most common method for package updates and installs for these operating systems.The repo structure should be permanent, but if there are any changes they will be pointed out in the release posts, found in the Community.
Thankfully, apt-get allows users to specify custom download locations (called repositories).
To get the most out of this guide, make sure to check out our tutorial for managing packages with apt-get.
Two Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Droplets By the end of the guide you will have: First, we need a valid package signing key.
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