This guide shows how to install Buddy on a Linux distribution. If you are using Ubuntu 18.04, have a look at our dedicated Ubuntu 18.04 installation guide.
Install Docker Engine
Buddy requires the Docker Engine to run. Follow Docker installation instructions for your distribution of Linux at https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/#supported-platforms.
Install Docker Compose
With the Engine installed you can now install Docker Compose which is also required by Buddy: https://docs.docker.com/compose/install.
Install Buddy Enterprise
To install Buddy Enterprise, run the following in the terminal:
curl -sSL https://get.buddy.works | sh && sudo buddy install
This command will download 2GB of Docker image. If you are having any trouble with the download, please contact us for assistance.
Buddy Enterprise uses ports 80, 443 and 22 on the installation server. You will be asked for an alternative port if one of the ports is unavailable.
By default Buddy installs in your HOME directory. You can change the storage path for databases, repositories, and settings in the configuration settings.
If you are connecting through proxy server, add
HTTP_PROXYenvironment variable pointing to the proxy address. You can do this by calling in bash:export HTTP_PROXY="http://proxyIp:proxyPort"
Set up your first workspace
When the installation is over, Buddy Enterprise will launch and the URL to your instance will appear.
Copy and paste the link to your browser to begin.
Buddy Enterprise uses a self-signed certificate for SSL. You may see a warning about this upon accessing your workspace for the first time. There’s nothing to worry about: you can safely proceed to the website.
Provide the details of your first workspace:
You’ve just successfully installed and configured Buddy Enterprise on your own server. Make sure to check out our guides for inspiration and some good practice that will help you get started.
Good luck in your ventures! The Buddy Team Twitter.com/BuddyGit