You want to use LIMA for easily managing your kubernetes clusters?
Check your hardware requirements (see Chapter "Requirements: Hardware") and follow these few steps to use LIMA.
(1) Download the RPM from our download area:
curl -O http://www.kubernative.net/images/KubeOps/kubeops-100-3-rc2el7x86_64.rpm
(2) Install the rpm:
yum install <path to rpm>/kubeops-100-3-rc2el7x86_64.rpm
(3) Start Docker:
systemctl enable docker
systemctl start docker
(4) Check if LIMA is installed:
Note: If you want to use LIMA on an AirGap environment follow the instruction in our documentation (see Chapter "Install KubeOps RPM on AirGap environment")
The environment variable
KUBEOPSROOT must be set to an absolute path to a folder that is readable and writable on your
Set the environment variable temporary:
export KUBEOPSROOT="<your path>"
Or set the environment variable permanently:
echo 'export KUBEOPSROOT="<your path>"' >> $HOME/.bashrc
Check if environment variable is set:
If you want to use FQDN´s follow these steps (see Chapter "Configuration")
You need an available connection to a default yum repository when installing LIMA
You either need an internet connection to use the Kubernative registry
registry.kubernative.net or a local registry for an AirGap installation to some extend
All users specified in the YAML config files need sudo privileges or must be 'root'