Learn the unix command-line by using it in your browser.
build and deploy the frontend
You'll need node.js
# install and set up nvm and node curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.29.0/install.sh | bash source ~/.bashrc # some dependencies don't work with node 1+, so stick with 0.12 nvm install 0.12 nvm use 0.12
Once you've got node installed, grab this repo and let node install the dependencies:
git clone https://github.com/Blahah/command_line_bootcamp.git cd command_line_bootcamp npm install
Make your changes (if any) and then deploy:
npm run deploy
setup and run the docker server backend
Instructions for running on digitalocean:
Create a new instance of the Ubuntu+docker image.
then ssh in and...
# keep it running tmux # need some basics apt-get update apt-get install -y build-essential g++ # install and set up nvm and node curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.29.0/install.sh | bash source ~/.bashrc # use node version 4.1 nvm install 4.1 nvm use 4.1 # major dependencies npm install --global docker-browser-server # setup docker docker pull ubuntu git clone https://github.com/Blahah/command_line_bootcamp.git cd command_line_bootcamp docker build -t "command_line_bootcamp" . docker-browser-server command_line_bootcamp -p 8080
cleaning up long-running containers
Sometimes people leave their browser windows open for a really long time. If you don't want to fund the docker container running for that time, you can clean up long-running containers:
docker stop $(docker ps | grep hours | cut -d ' ' -f1 | paste - - - - )