The recommended way to install
motley_cue is via your Linux package manager.
Supported Linux distributions:
We strive to support all LTS releases of the above distributions, as well as the latest stable release. Please check the repository at http://repo.data.kit.edu for all supported distributions and versions.
Follow the instructions there to support the repository on your system. Then install
motley_cue with your favourite package manager:
apt install motley-cue # on debian-based systems yum install motley-cue # on centos/rocky linux zypper install motley-cue # on opensuse
This will ensure that all the dependencies are installed as well, and
motley_cue is up and running as a systemd service.
On Centos 7, you’ll need to install two additional repositories for
Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL): for
Software Collections (SCL): for
yum install epel-release centos-release-scl
Installation from pypi¶
It is also possible to install
pip install motley_cue
This will fetch the stable version from pip. You will need to set-up and run the service manually (see running motley_cue in production).
Installing the development version¶
The development version of
motley_cue can be installed from the
of the GitHub motley_cue repository and
can be installed as follows (note the
-e switch to install it in editable
or “develop mode”):
git clone https://github.com/dianagudu/motley_cue cd motley_cue pip install -e .