Frontier CLI Installation Guide
How to Install Frontier CLI into your Local Machine
This guide will provide instructions on how to install the Frontier CLI into your local machine using Homebrew, but will soon provide various different options to choose from.
Install Using Homebrew
To install Frontier-CLI using Homebrew, you will need to have Homebrew installed on your machine:
- Install Homebrew Using MacOS
- A 64-bit Intel CPU or Apple Silicon CPU
- MacOS Monterey (12) (or higher)
- Command Line Tools (CLT) for Xcode
- The Bourne-again shell for installation
- Install Homebrew Using Linux or WSL2
- Linux 3.2 or newer
- Glibc 2.13 or newer
- 64-bit x86_64 CPU
To begin downloading and installing Frontier CLI into your local machine, run the following commands below:
brew tap eupraxialabs/frontier-cli brew install frontier-cli
Confirm your installation by running the command:
You should see an expected output:
ERROR: Please insert a valid URL to connect to the Frontier Kubernetes Grid (FKG) API Server To set up the API Server URL, run the following command: export API_SERVER_URL=<insert-url-here> The Federal Frontier Kubernetes Grid (FKG) is a feature-rich, cost-effective, and easy-to-deploy multi-cluster Kubernetes solution that leverages open-source community innovations while avoiding vendor lock-in. We use Frontier CLI as a front-end application for FKG to deploy, manage, and modify workload clusters within your organization.
Just insert the URL value for the
API_SERVER_URL environment variable within your terminal and that’s it! Eupraxia Labs team made it easy and simple to have Frontier CLI running on your machine in the matter of seconds!
Uninstall Frontier CLI
Uninstalling Frontier CLI using Homebrew can also be done in seconds as well. You will only be required to run these following commands to complete this action:
brew uninstall frontier-cli brew untap eupraxialabs/frontier-cli