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== Get the source ==
 
== Get the source ==
  
It's time to download Diaspora! As your diaspora user run:
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It's time to download Diaspora!
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{{#ifeq: {{#var:mode}}|production|
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As your diaspora user run:
  
 
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cd diaspora
 
cd diaspora
 
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|lang=bash}}
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Fork diaspora* [[https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora on github]] and run a clone command against your GitHub fork. It will look something like this except that it will use your GitHub account name instead of “you”:
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cd ~
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$ git clone git@github.com:you/diaspora.git
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cd diaspora
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Don't miss the <tt>cd diaspora</tt>, all coming commands expect to be run from that directory!
 
Don't miss the <tt>cd diaspora</tt>, all coming commands expect to be run from that directory!

Revision as of 13:12, 18 June 2015

Get the source

It's time to download Diaspora!




Don't miss the cd diaspora, all coming commands expect to be run from that directory!

Configuration

Copy files

cp config/database.yml.example config/database.yml
cp config/diaspora.yml.example config/diaspora.yml



Bundle

It's time to install the Ruby libraries required by Diaspora:

gem install bundler
 bin/bundle install

This takes quite a while. You should get a green success message when it's finished, if that's not the case you should seek for help on the mailing list or the IRC channel. You can speed it up a bit adding -jn to the command, where n is the number of CPU cores you have available.

Running the manual gem install command shown in the error message can sometimes show a clearer error message if the bundle command fails.

Database setup

Double check your config/database.yml looks right and run:

 bin/rake db:create db:schema:load


Start Diaspora

It's time to start Diaspora:

./script/server


Further reading