Setting Up Your Wallaroo Development Environment using Wallaroo Up

Wallaroo Up has been tested on Ubuntu Artful/Bionic/Trusty/Xenial, Fedora 27/28, CentOS 7, Debian Jessie/Stretch/Buster (Testing), Oracle Linux 7, and Amazon Linux 2 releases. It should also work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

Memory requirements

In order to compile the Wallaroo example applications, your system will need to have approximately 3 GB working memory (this can be RAM or swap). If you don't have enough memory, you are likely to see that the compile process is Killed by the OS.

Download Wallaroo Up script

curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/WallarooLabs/wallaroo/0.5.4/misc/wallaroo-up.sh -o /tmp/wallaroo-up.sh -J -L

Run the Wallaroo Up script

The -t python argument is required for a Python environment installation. The -p <PATH> argument is optional and can be used to control where the Wallaroo tutorial is installed into (the default is ~/wallaroo-tutorial).

The script will require superuser privileges via sudo and will throw an error if sudo is not available. The script will prompt you prior to making any changes. It can optionally print out the commands it will run.

bash /tmp/wallaroo-up.sh -t python

Follow the prompts to have Wallaroo Up install and configure Wallaroo and its dependencies.

Once Wallaroo Up has finished installing and configuring Wallaroo for your environment, it will also create an activate script that can be used to set up the appropriate environment variables.

Conclusion

Awesome! All set. Time to try running your first application.

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