Sev.re is a command tool to do server setups in one line.
How does it work?
First, pick a few packages you would like to install and pipe them to your shell. Like so:
sh <(curl -L sev.re) ruby mongodb nginx
All clear. Your server will be ready to go.
Here are the current packages that are avaliable to install and use. Any marked as Latest will grab the latest version via your package manager.
- Ruby (1.9.3-p327)
- JRuby (1.7.1)
- NodeJS (v0.8.16)
- MongoDB (2.2.2)
- MySQL (Lastest)
- Nginx (Lastest)
- Postgresql (Lastest)
- Redis (Lastest)
Here are some common server setups. To customize your server setup just append or remove the name of package as an argument.
Ruby MySQL Apache
sh <(curl -L sev.re) ruby mysql apache
NodeJS MongoDB Nginx
sh <(curl -L sev.re) nodejs mongodb nginx
JRuby Redis PostgreSQL Nginx
sh <(curl -L sev.re) jruby redis posgresql nginx
This application was designed for use with 64-Bit CentOS, RHEL, and Fedora.
Common build tools such as Make and GCC as well as Git, and screen will be installed by default.
To circumvent this use the
-common argument or to circumvent the compadibility check use
-compad. Feedback, Pushes, and Forks are welcome.
MIT © 2012 Nick Barth
With dedication to the French rivers.