The goal of this guide is to get you up and running with a development environment for Edlib.
We are still working on documentation for setting up Edlib on-premise and in the cloud. Be sure to check back later if you are interested in this.
- Docker and docker-compose
Clone the Edlib directory and navigate there
git clone https://github.com/cerpus/Edlib.git
cp localSetup/.env.example localSetup/.env
Start Edlib via Docker Compose
docker-compose up -d
This step might take a while. You can check the status of services with
Update your hosts files to point Edlib's services to 127.0.0.1. On Linux, you can update your hosts file with
scripts/update-host-file.sh. On Windows, you will have to update the file manually with the values found in the script.
Install the root certificate generated in
data/nginx/ca/cacert.pemon your system. The exact procedure will vary depending on your operating system.
To access the user-facing side of Edlib:
To access the admin interface:
Documentation describing how to get quickly up and running with Edlib is currently being worked on.