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Lunar Station is a set of Chef cookbooks and a bash script for bootstrapping developers machines at Lunar Logic Polska.
Its goal is to make automatic, repetitive installation of common software developers need easy and in the shape of single command.
It supports Linux (Fedora, Ubuntu) and Mac OSX (10.5+).
Lunar Station installs following:
- build tools (Linux only)
- RVM + Ruby 1.9.2 (with bundler and capistrano)
- Homebrew (OSX only)
- (G)vim (Linux), MacVim (OSX)
- MySQL client, server, dev libs and headers
- Google Chrome
On Linux the packages are installed from distro repositories. Packages not available in official repositories are installed from custom, vendor provided repos.
On OSX Homebrew is installed first and most of above packages are then installed with brew. Packages not available via Homebrew are installed from DMG files downloaded from vendor sites.
Curl or wget.
Xcode is required as it's the most reliable way to get build tools (gcc and family) on OSX system.
- install fresh Ubuntu, Fedora or OSX system
- install Xcode if on OSX
run following in terminal:
$ curl -skL http://bit.ly/lunar-station | DEV_TYPE=rubydev bash
or if curl is not installed but wget is:
$ wget -qO - http://bit.ly/lunar-station | DEV_TYPE=rubydev bash
or just manually download the bootstrap script and run it with bash:
$ DEV_TYPE=rubydev bash lunar-station
where "lunar-station" is name of downloaded file with bootstrap script.
DEV_TYPE can be one of following:
- rubydev - for Ruby on Rails developer
- javadev - for Java developer
If you want to help you can clone this repository and work on improvements locally. After doing some changes you can run bootstrap script from inside of project directory like this:
$ DEV_TYPE=rubydev ./bootstrap.sh
This will use local cookbooks copy instead of fetching them from github repo.