Software Dependencies

Please select your operating system:


Ubuntu

Step 1: Install Server Prerequisites and Git

  • Open a terminal on your personal computer and ssh to the server or VM.

  • You must have root level permissions.

    • If you are not already root, enter either sudo -s or sudo su to become root.
  • Update and install the following required software:

    • apt-get update && upgrade
    • apt-get install -y openssl git htop ntp wget curl nano apt-transport-https ca-certificates software-properties-common

Step 2: Install Docker

  • Add the Docker Repository.
curl -fsSL https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/gpg | sudo apt-key add -
add-apt-repository "deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu $(lsb_release -cs) stable"
  • Update package list.
    • apt-get update
  • Install Docker.

    • apt-get install -y docker-ce
  • Enable and start Docker.

    • systemctl enable docker && systemctl start docker

Step 3: Install Docker-Compose

  • Copy and paste the command below.
curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.23.1/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
  • Test the Installation.

    • docker-compose --version
  • Example output: docker-compose version 1.23.1, build 1110ad01

Step 4: Add Your User to the docker Group

Allow your user to run Docker commands and to launch the entire ISLE stack.

  • If you are still root (whoami), type exit to become your normal user.

  • Add yourself to the docker group.

    • sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
  • Type exit and then reconnect (this allows your effective groups to update).

Your host server is now configured and ready to install ISLE.

Please continue by selecting your type of installation:


CentOS

Step 1: Install Server Prerequisites and Git

  • Open a terminal on your personal computer and ssh to the server or VM.

  • You must have root level permissions.

    • If you are not already root, enter either sudo -s or sudo su to become root.
  • Add the CentOS/RHEL epel-release package repository.

    • yum install -y epel-release
  • Install the following:

    • yum install -y openssl git htop ntp wget curl nano

    • yum install -y yum-utils device-mapper-persistent-data lvm2

Step 2: Install Docker

  • Add the Docker Repository.

    • yum-config-manager --add-repo https://download.docker.com/linux/centos/docker-ce.repo
  • Install Docker.

    • yum install -y docker-ce

Step 3: Install Docker-Compose

  • Copy and paste the command below.
curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.23.1/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
  • Test the Installation.

    • docker-compose --version
  • Example output: docker-compose version 1.23.1, build 1110ad01

Step 4: Add Your User to the docker Group

Allow your user to run Docker commands and to launch the entire ISLE stack.

  • If you are still root (whoami), type exit to become your normal user.

  • Add yourself to the docker group.

    • sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
  • Type exit and then reconnect (this allows your effective groups to update).

Your host server is now configured and ready to install ISLE.

Please continue by selecting your type of installation:


Mac

Step 1: Install Git

Git must be installed to get a copy (called a clone) of the current ISLE project. (Git is a software version control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people.)

  • Open a terminal (launch Spotlight, type "Terminal," double-click result "Terminal")

  • Enter: git --version

  • If git is already installed, the above command will output the installed version number.

    • Example: "git version 2.15.1"
  • If git is not installed, the above command may trigger the "Install Command Line Developer Tools" prompt to appear. If so:

    • Click on the blue Install button for the license agreement.
    • Click the white Agree button.
    • The package will take 1-2 minutes to download.
    • Click the Done button.
  • If git is not installed and there is no prompt to "Install Command Line Developer Tools", then use this tutorial to Install Git on Mac OS X.

  • Enter the following to fix a potential issue with long filenames:

    • git config --system core.longpaths true

Step 2: Install Docker for Mac

  • Click Docker Desktop and follow these instructions to download and install:
    • Click the button: Download Desktop for Mac
    • Click the button: Please Login to Download
      • Click: Sign In or Sign Up
    • Click the button: Download Docker Desktop
    • Finish installing Docker Desktop
  • Important Docker installation notes:
    • If Docker prompts you to restart the personal computer, please do so.
    • If Docker prompts you to install additional Docker updates, please do so.
    • If Docker prompts you (with a popup dialogue) to Login with your Docker ID, you may do so with your Docker.com account information, or you may skip it and close the window as Docker is already running; you do not need to login to use it.
    • If Docker prompts you for access to your computer's filesystem, please do so, then close the dialogue window.
  • When the installation is finished:
    • Launch the "Docker Desktop" application from the Applications directory
    • This process should may take 2-5 minutes depending on the speed of your hard-drive.
  • When "Docker Desktop" is fully started, a whale icon will appear at top of the screen. Clicking on this icon should show the message: "Docker Desktop is running".

Step 3: Install Docker-Compose

  • The Docker installation has installed the newest version of docker-compose.

Your host server is now configured and ready to install ISLE.

Please continue by selecting your type of installation:


Windows

Step 1: Install "Git for Windows"

"Git for Windows" will install both "Git" and "Git Bash". Git must be installed so you may get a copy (called a "clone") of the current ISLE project. Git is a software version control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people. Git Bash is a useful command line interface that behaves similarly to LINUX and UNIX environments; you will use this to enter commands provided below.

  • Let's begin by checking to see if you have "Git Bash" already installed.
    • Press the Windows key.
    • Type Git Bash
  • Is "Git Bash" installed?
    • If you see "Git Bash" listed, then it is installed.
    • If "Git Bash" is not installed, please install "Git for Windows" now:
      • Download: Git for Windows
      • Click Download; Save this file to your Desktop; double-click that file to install; then click Yes to the prompt.
      • Click Next and accept ALL of the installer's default selections, with one exception:
        • Choosing the default editor used by Git: Which editor would you like Git to use?
        • Select your preferred text editor (we recommend "Atom").
        • If you select "Atom" and do not yet have it installed, the installer expects you to use the provided Atom link to download and install Atom. When that is completed, return to the Git for Windows installer, click Next and complete that installation. (If Next is greyed out, click Back then Next to continue...)
  • Press the Windows key
  • Type Git Bash
  • RIGHT-CLICK the "Git Bash" app to open it; select Run as administrator; then click Yes to the prompt.
  • In the Git Bash terminal:
    • Enter: git --version
    • The above command will output the installed version number. This confirms that git is properly installed.
    • Example: "git version 2.23.0.windows.1"
  • Check for updates:
    • Enter: git update-git-for-windows
  • Enter the following to fix a potential issue with long filenames:
    • git config --system core.longpaths true

Step 2: Install "Docker Desktop for Windows"

Important: Docker requires Windows Professional or Windows Enterprise

  • Click Docker Desktop for Windows and follow these instructions to download and install:
    • Click the button: Please Login to Download
      • Click: Sign In or Sign Up
    • Click the button: Download Docker Desktop (or Get Docker)
      • Save this file to your Desktop; double-click that file to install; then click Yes to the prompt.
    • Click OK or Next and accept ALL of the installer's default selections.
  • Important Docker installation notes:
    • If Docker prompts you to restart the personal computer, please do so.
    • If Docker prompts you to install additional Docker updates, please do so.
    • If Docker prompts you to enable Hyper-V and Containers features, click OK.
    • If Docker prompts you (with a popup dialogue) to Login with your Docker ID, you may do so with your Docker.com account information, or you may skip it and close the window as Docker is already running; you do not need to login to use it.
  • When the installation is finished:
    • Press the Windows key
    • Type Docker Desktop
    • Click the "Docker Desktop" app to open it
  • When "Docker Desktop" is fully started, a whale icon will appear in the Windows "Notification Area". Hovering over this icon should show the message: "Docker Desktop is running".

  • Enable Docker Shared Drives

    • Right-click on the Docker whale icon
    • Select "Settings"
    • Select "Shared Drives"
    • Check the box for your local "C" drive
    • Click "Apply"
    • If Docker prompts you for access to your computer's filesystem, please do so, then close the dialogue window.

Step 3: Install Docker-Compose

  • The Docker installation has installed the newest version of docker-compose.

Your host server is now configured and ready to install ISLE.

Please continue by selecting your type of installation: