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Getting Started

Installation

Automated installer

Using the Cloudstack installer automates the process of downloading and moving the cloudstack binary to your $PATH. The installer automatically detects your operating system and architecture.

real quick:

curl https://docs.cloudstack.one/get-cloudstack.sh | bash

a bit safer:

curl -fsSL -o get-cloudstack.sh https://docs.cloudstack.one/get-cloudstack.sh
chmod 0700 get-cloudstack.sh
# Optionally: less get-cloudstack.sh
./get-cloudstack.sh

real quick:

wget -qO- https://docs.cloudstack.one/get-cloudstack.sh | bash

a bit safer:

wget -q -O get-cloudstack.sh https://docs.cloudstack.one/get-cloudstack.sh
chmod 0700 get-cloudstack.sh
# Optionally: less get-cloudstack.sh
./get-cloudstack.sh

Manual Download

Install the CLI by following the steps for your platform below:

curl -fsSLo ./cloudstack https://s3.ayedo.dev/packages/cloudstack/latest/cloudstack-linux-amd64
chmod +x cloudstack
./cloudstack version
curl -fsSLo ./cloudstack https://s3.ayedo.dev/packages/cloudstack/latest/cloudstack-linux-arm64
chmod +x cloudstack
./cloudstack version
curl -fsSLo ./cloudstack https://s3.ayedo.dev/packages/cloudstack/latest/cloudstack-darwin-amd64
chmod +x cloudstack
./cloudstack version
curl -fsSLo ./cloudstack https://s3.ayedo.dev/packages/cloudstack/latest/cloudstack-darwin-arm64
chmod +x cloudstack
./cloudstack version

Configuration

Cloudstack configuration is defined in a Stackfile in the context directory.

To see the default configuration, use cloudstack show defaults.


Last update: December 1, 2021
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