Cloudynitzar is a shell script that turns your plain Debian or Ubuntu system into a community networking cloud in a box (i.e. a full-featured Cloudy device). It might as well work on Debian and Ubuntu derivatives, like Linux Mint. Feel free to test and report!
Recommended: a fresh and updated Debian 10 Buster installation with
lsb-release and an Internet connection.
Cloudynitzar will also work on a Debian 9 Stretch installation. It has also been tested on Ubuntu 18.04 and Raspian.
From your Debian system run, as root:
apt-get update; apt-get install -y curl lsb-release curl -k https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Clommunity/cloudynitzar/master/cloudynitzar.sh | bash -
and let the magic begin! After the process has finished, you can browse the Cloudy web interface at http://cloudy_device_ip:7000.
In order to Cloudynitzar serveral machines you can use Ansible:
- The first step that you must do is add your hosts on hosts file
- Then, you should launch the next command:
ansible-playbook -i hosts playbook.yml --ask-pass --extra-vars "hosts=cloudy user=your_user_name"
NOTE: To proceed with this step you will need Ansible installed.
The output of the whole Cloudynitzar process is logged to