The GitLab project enables you to create a GitLab instance on your own hardware with a minimal installation mechanism. In this guide, you will learn how to install and configure GitLab Community Edition on an Ubuntu 18.04 server.
The script sets up your server to use the GitLab maintained repositories. This lets you manage GitLab with the same package management tools you use for your other system packages. Once this is complete, you can install the actual GitLab application with apt:
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In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install GitLab CE (Community Edition) on your own Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) server. I will be using the 'omnibus' package provided by GitLab for easy installation.
We provide packages for the currently supported versions of the following Linux distributions with packagecloud:DistributionSupport InformationDebian ://wiki.ubuntu.com/ReleasesLinuxMint _all.phpRaspbian RHEL -life-cycles?product=Red%20Hat%20Enterprise%20LinuxOracle Linux ://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/releases/eol/Amazon Linux distributions of the above may also be incidentally supported. You may also be able to install GitLab Runner as a binary on other Linux distributions.notePackages for distributions that are not on the list are currently not available from our package repository. You can install them manually by downloading the RPM package from our S3 bucket.PrerequisitesIf you want to use the Docker executor, make sure to install Docker beforeusing GitLab Runner. Read how to install Docker for your distribution.Installing GitLab RunnernoteIf you are using or upgrading from a version prior to GitLab Runner 10, read howto upgrade to the new version.To install GitLab Runner:Add the official GitLab repository:For Debian/Ubuntu/Mint:curl -L " -runner/script.deb.sh" | sudo bashFor RHEL/CentOS/Fedora:curl -L " -runner/script.rpm.sh" | sudo bashnoteDebian users should use APT pinning.Install the latest version of GitLab Runner, or skip to the next step toinstall a specific version:noteStarting with GitLab Runner 14.0the skel directory usage is disabled by default to preventNo such file or directory job failuresFor Debian/Ubuntu/Mint:sudo apt-get install gitlab-runnerFor RHEL/CentOS/Fedora:sudo yum install gitlab-runnernoteIn GitLab 14.7 and later, a FIPS 140-2 compliant version of GitLab Runner isavailable for RHEL distributions. You can install this version by usinggitlab-runner-fips as the package name, instead of gitlab-runner.To install a specific version of GitLab Runner:For DEB based systems:apt-cache madison gitlab-runnersudo apt-get install gitlab-runner=10.0.0For RPM based systems:yum list gitlab-runner --showduplicates | sort -rsudo yum install gitlab-runner-10.0.0-1Register a runner.After completing the step above, a runner should be started and beready to be used by your projects!Make sure that you read the FAQ section which describessome of the most common problems with GitLab Runner.APT pinningA native package called gitlab-ci-multi-runner is available inDebian Stretch. By default, when installing gitlab-runner, that packagefrom the official repositories will have a higher priority.If you want to use our package, you should manually set the source ofthe package. The best way is to add the pinning configuration file.If you do this, the next update of the GitLab Runner package - whether it willbe done manually or automatically - will be done using the same source:cat
The files in cache's paths will be uploaded to GitLab server. And will be downloaded to docker container while running the pipeline next time. Here we told GitLab to keep the node_modules folder to avoid fresh npm install each time we run the pipeline.
Bitwarden is password management open source software. So now I have to share how to install bitwarden password manager using docker on ubuntu 18.04. This is installation for docker community edition.
My first thought was that Docker haven't released a package for Bionic yet (it's very new) but when I searched for "install docker-ce ubuntu 18.04" I found a guide which seems 18.04 specific, and basically just gives exactly the same instructions - suggesting that it at least worked for the author:
Now, we can begin to install GitLab Ubuntu 18.04. To do that, you need to first decide on how you want to access your GitLab server address. So, you need to come up with your FQDN first. I went ahead and prestaged this DNS record in the lab so everything would just work once the install was finished.
Hopefully this post will help any who may Install and receive GitLab Ubuntu 18.04 and UTF-8 Error. The install itself is very straightforward. However, the error threw me off for just a bit, but as it turns out, there is a fairly easy workaround in just a couple of commands. Look for more posts covering my adventures with GitLab in the home lab.
This is a short guide on how to configure docker-machine's openstack driver to work with BinaryLane's OpenStack Compute API. This guide does not cover how to install or utilise docker-machine in general, please check the product documentation for that.
How you install Xdebug depends on your system. There are the following possibilities:Linux with a package manager suchas apt, yum, or something else.Linux without an Xdebug package with PECL.macOSX with homebrew, through PECL.Windows, with help from a wizard.Unix-like operating systems, from source.Installing on Linux #Installing Xdebug with a package manager is often the fastest way. Depending on your distribution, run the following command:Alpinelinux:sudo apk add php7-pecl-xdebug, or sudo apk add php8-pecl-xdebugArch Linux:sudo pacman -S xdebugCentOS:sudo yum install php-xdebugCentOS (Remi Repo):sudo yum install php74-php-xdebug3, orsudo yum install php80-php-xdebug3, orsudo yum install php81-php-xdebug3Debian (9/stretch, testing/buster/bullseye/sid):sudo apt-get install php-xdebugFedora (32):sudo yum install php-xdebugFedora (Remi Repo):sudo yum install php74-php-xdebug3Gentoo:emerge dev-php/xdebugManjaro (20.1/Mikah):sudo pacman -S xdebugRHEL:sudo yum install php-xdebugRHEL (Remi Repo):sudo yum install php74-php-xdebug3SUSE (openSUSE, Enterprise):sudo zypper in php7-xdebug, orsudo zypper in php8-xdebugUbuntu (18.04 LTS/Bionic, 20.04 LTS/Focal):sudo apt-get install php-xdebugUbuntu (Ondřej Surý's PPA):sudo apt-get install php7.4-xdebug, orsudo apt-get install php8.0-xdebug, orsudo apt-get install php8.1-xdebug
We can put everything from above to a bash script. The bash script will mount our current git project directory to the gitlab-runner, then with the help of dind it will spin up the centos docker container, passing our code and gitlab-ci file, run the CI job and then save the artifacts under /builds.
This guide will walk you through a production installation of Baserow using Dockeron Ubuntu. This document aims to provide a walkthrough for servers running Ubuntu20.04.4 LTS. These instructions have been tested with a clean install of Ubuntu20.04.4 LTS and a user account with root access or the ability to run Docker containers.
The example above would use the Docker image we have built on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with LAMP and our PHP 7.4 configuration. See below in the Available Images section for specific Apache, MySQL, and PHP versions, as well as additional software and development tools installed on each available image. Feel free to test out our images outside the Probo system by downloading the image from the Docker Hub.
If you need to install specific version of ClickHouse you have to install all packages with the same version:sudo apt-get install clickhouse-server=188.8.131.52 clickhouse-client=184.108.40.206 clickhouse-common-static=220.127.116.11
In order to install Minikube to Linux, you can follow the steps described in the official documentation. In our evaluation we used Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with VirtualBox support using the following commands:
This will install the microk8s command and an api-server, controller-manager, scheduler, etcd, kubelet, cni, kube-proxy, and Docker. To avoid any conflicts with existing installation of Kubernetes, Microk8s adds a microk8s.kubectl command, configured to exclusively access the new Microk8s install. When following any generic Kubernetes instructions online, make sure to prefix kubectl with Microk8s. To verify that installation was successful, you can use the following commands to retrieve available nodes and available services respectively: 2b1af7f3a8