No dependencies. For building packages see the Build Packages section
Just grab a release from the release page on GitHub. The binaries are statically compiled.
Or you can install Luet also with a single command:
curl https://luet.io/install.sh | sudo sh
Building Luet from source
- Golang installed in your system.
$> git clone https://github.com/mudler/luet $> cd luet $> make build # or just go build
Install it as a system package
In the following section we will see how to install luet with luet itself. We will use a transient luet version that we are going to throw away right after we install it in the system.
# Get a luet release. It will be used to install luet in your system wget https://github.com/mudler/luet/releases/download/0.8.3/luet-0.8.3-linux-amd64 -O luet chmod +x luet # Creates the luet configuration file and add the luet-index repository. # The luet-index repository contains a collection of repositories which are # installable and tracked in your system as standard packages. cat > .luet.yaml <<EOF repositories: - name: "mocaccino-repository-index" description: "MocaccinoOS Repository index" type: "http" enable: true cached: true priority: 1 urls: - "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mocaccinoOS/repository-index/gh-pages" EOF # Install the official luet repository to get always the latest luet version ./luet install repository/luet # Install luet (with luet) in your system ./luet install system/luet # Remove the temporary luet used for bootstrapping rm -rf luet # Copy over the config file to your system mkdir -p /etc/luet mv .luet.yaml /etc/luet/luet.yaml
Luet stores its configuration files in
/etc/luet. If you wish to override its default settings, create a file
An example of a configuration file can be found here.
There are a bunch of configuration settings available, but the most relevant are:
logging: color: true # Enable/Disable colored output enable_emoji: true # Enable/Disable emoji from output general: debug: false # Enable/Disable debug system: rootfs: "/" # What's our rootfs. Luet can install packages outside of "/" database_path: "/var/db/luet" # Where to store DB files database_engine: "boltdb" tmpdir_base: "/var/tmp/luet" # The temporary directory to be used
To learn more about how to configure luet, see the configuration section
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