$ curl https://getbackyards.sh | sh
The script automatically chooses the best distribution package for your platform.
- Deb package — for latest Ubuntu LTS and Debian stable releases
- RPM package — for latest CentOS, RHEL, SLES or openSUSE releases
- binary tarballs for Linux and macOS (x86_64).
You can also select the installation method (one of
$ curl https://getbackyards.sh | sh -s -- deb
On macOS, you can directly Homebrew:
$ brew install banzaicloud/tap/backyards-cli
Building from source manually 🔗︎
If you have a golang environment ready, you can also build the tool yourself after checking out the repo.
$ git clone https://github.com/banzaicloud/backyards-cli $ cd backyards-cli $ make build
You will find the executable file under
build/backyards. To use the command as
backyards, you can either add the directory to your PATH, or install it globally with a command like this:
$ sudo install build/backyards /usr/local/bin
Next steps 🔗︎
If you have successfully installed Backyards CLI, you can Install your own instance of Backyards and the demo application with it.