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{{#ifeq:{{#var:gcc5}}|true|bundle config --local build.sigar '--with-cppflags="-fgnu89-inline"'
 
{{#ifeq:{{#var:gcc5}}|true|bundle config --local build.sigar '--with-cppflags="-fgnu89-inline"'
 
<nowiki/>|}}{{#ifeq:{{#var:dist}}{{#var:version}}{{#varDB}}|CentOS6postgres|bundle config --local build.pg '--with-pg-config=/usr/pgsql-<version>/bin/pg_config'
 
<nowiki/>|}}{{#ifeq:{{#var:dist}}{{#var:version}}{{#varDB}}|CentOS6postgres|bundle config --local build.pg '--with-pg-config=/usr/pgsql-<version>/bin/pg_config'
<nowiki/>}}{{#var:env_string}}bin/bundle install {{#ifeq:{{#var:mode}}|production| --deployment --without test development|}} --with {{#switch: {{#var:DB}}|mysql=mysql|postgres=postgresql|mariadb=mysql}}
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<nowiki/>}}{{#var:env_string}}bin/bundle install {{#ifeq:{{#var:mode}}|production| --jobs $(nproc) --deployment --without test development|}} --with {{#switch: {{#var:DB}}|mysql=mysql|postgres=postgresql|mariadb=mysql}}
 
|lang=bash}}
 
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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 <tt> -jn</tt> to the command, where <tt>n</tt> is the number of CPU cores you have available.
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This takes quite a while. When it's finished, you should see a message similar to: <tt>Bundle complete! 137 Gemfile dependencies, 259 gems now installed.</tt> If that's not the case, you should seek for help on the mailing list or the IRC channel. The <tt>--jobs $(nproc)</tt> flag speeds things a bit since it enables parallel downloading. <tt>nproc</tt> shows the number of CPU cores you have available.
  
 
Running the manual <tt>gem install</tt> command shown in the error message can sometimes show a clearer error message if the <tt>bundle</tt> command fails.
 
Running the manual <tt>gem install</tt> command shown in the error message can sometimes show a clearer error message if the <tt>bundle</tt> command fails.

Revision as of 06:28, 13 September 2016

Get the source

It's time to download diaspora*! As your diaspora user run:

cd ~
git clone  https://github.com/diaspora/diaspora.git
cd 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 -v 1.12.5
bin/bundle install  --with

This takes quite a while. When it's finished, you should see a message similar to: Bundle complete! 137 Gemfile dependencies, 259 gems now installed. If that's not the case, you should seek for help on the mailing list or the IRC channel. The --jobs $(nproc) flag speeds things a bit since it enables parallel downloading. nproc shows 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