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# Installation

This document describe how to install edge-cli.

If you want to use edge-cli by docker, please goto docker document

# 1. Prepare

We will need to access the following public network addresses. If your network has a firewall, you need to add proper rules to white list them. 443 443 443 443 

We need to prepare the following files.

  • openresty-edge-config-[% version-number %].rpm or openresty-edge-config-[% version-number %].deb

# 2. Installation

  • Please login openresty website

  • Go to OpenResty Download Center

  • Download the openresty-edge-config package

    If your system is debian, ubuntu, you should download openresty-edge-config-[% version-number %].deb.

    If your system is centos, fedora, rhel, you should download openresty-edge-config-[% version-number %].rpm

  • Copy openresty-edge-config to the current directory

  • Download the installation script:

    curl -O

    If you get a message like the following:

    curl: command not found

    It is possible that curl is not installed on the system or that the system shell program does not contain a search path for curl.

    You can use absolute paths to retry.

    /usr/bin/curl -O

    Your system's path may be different, contact your webmaster or use a command such as which bash to check the path to correct the situation.

  • Execute the installation script:

    Note, you should put and openresty-edge-config package in the same directory.

    sudo /bin/bash -x

# 3. Set path

please set PATH environment in ~/.bash_profile.

export PATH=/usr/local/oredge-admin/bin:$PATH

# 4. Config

If you don't know how to get api_token, please goto API Token document.

Add config to ~/.oredge/config.

mkdir ~/.oredge

cat << EOF > ~/.oredge/config

# 5. Try cli

oredge --help