How to install without Docker

How to install Corteza without Docker?
Is there a description for this?


I’m interested in this too

I wonder how to build it from the source code

+1 ! :slight_smile:

I am also interested with linux package ! if something exists.

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It would be very interesting with a guide that may explain how to do that (with dependencies) :slight_smile:

I’m afraid there are no general instructions for this just build scripts. You’ll have to reverse engineer Docker build files or maybe RPM scripts (

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HI, folks. I’m going to deploy RPM 2022.3 at Rocky 8.5.
Now I learning server options.
Could you check my points, please. After RPM deployment I have to:

  1. connect to database (.env)
  2. Raise sink fow web-application start (trying to get it)
  3. Make http reverse-proxy with SSL termination
  4. Make service wrapper for corteza-server binary

Also, what is the purpose of “completion Generate the autocompletion script for the specified shell” option?

The repository was private; it should work now

I have to thank Corteza team for the great effort. But you have to know that installing Corteza locally is not a piece of cake :roll_eyes:. I followed the instructions on both youtube video for local demo install, and the documentation for 2022.3 Offline deployment, I was confused naming the folder “local-demo” so I named it after the documentation “my-corteza” but when I logged in (http://localhost:18080/auth/ - I added “auth/” manualy to make it work) there was no corteza one instead I found this

and when i press the apps icon at the top I get redirected to another page nothing happens, I get this message on the black screen(Unable to connect
Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at localhost:18083.) , so I downloaded the prebuilt source and executed the only executable file named “corteza-server” but nothing happend :anguished: .

O.S.: MX LInux 21 based on Debian 11, Linux kernel 5.14, Init: SysVinit (not systemd)
Browser: Firefox 102 (64 bit)
docker -v: Docker version 20.10.17, build 100c701
docker-compose -v: docker-compose version 1.25.0, build unknown
psql --version: psql (PostgreSQL) 13.7 (Debian 13.7-0+deb11u1)

As I understand that the Linux prebuilt source on Index of /files/ is a way to install corteza without docker, is that right?
and then all you have to do is execute the executable file after checking the permission to run the file as a program

I did that but nothing happened