Starting a new shell for Wallaroo

In this section, we're going to review how you can start a new shell for Wallaroo regardless of how you installed it.

Wallaroo in Docker

For each Shell you're expected to setup, you'd have to run the following to enter the Wallaroo Docker container:

Enter the Wallaroo Docker container:

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docker exec -it wally env-setup
docker exec -it wally env-setup -p python3

This command will start a new Bash shell within the container, which will run the env-setup script to ensure our persistent Python virtualenv is set up.

If your Wallaroo docker container isn't set up or running, you'll get an error with the above command. Please see Setting Up Your Environment for Wallaroo in Docker for details on how to set up and start your Wallaroo Docker enviroment.

Wallaroo in Vagrant

For each Shell you're expected to setup, you'd have to run the following to access the Vagrant Box:

cd ~/wallaroo-tutorial/wallaroo-0.5.4/vagrant
vagrant ssh

If your Wallaroo vagrant box isn't set up or running, you'll get an error with the above command. Please see Setting Up Your Environment for Wallaroo in Vagrant for details on how to set up and start your Wallaroo Vagrant enviroment.

Wallaroo from source and Wallaroo Up

For each Shell you're expected to setup, you'd have to run the following to configure the Wallaroo environment:

cd ~/wallaroo-tutorial/wallaroo-0.5.4
source bin/activate

This command will set up the environment variables for running Wallaroo Applications.

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