Installation

Philip Newcomer edited this page Sep 20, 2017 · 1 revision

Pilothouse is a NodeJS script which manages a Docker-based stack. Thus, you will need to have Docker Community Edition and NodeJS installed. If you're a web developer, there's a pretty good chance you already have Node.

Once you have Docker and Node on your system, install Pilothouse with:

npm install -g pilothouse

Then, start up the system using pilothouse up. The first time you start Pilothouse, your system will need to download the Docker containers, which may take quite a while, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Once initial startup is complete, create a new local site by running pilothouse create.

Local sites are by default located in the Sites directory of your user home directory, but you can use a different location if you prefer.

See Commands for the full list of available commands.

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