The easiest and quickest way to get a Subutai Peer running on any platform is to use Vagrant with VirtualBox. This guide shows you how to set up Vagrant for Subutai and create a peer based on Debian 9.x.
❌ Don't use package managers to install these software: package manager versions are usually out of date.
With the prerequisite software installed, you can proceed to the steps below:
Create the Vagrantfile with the subutai/stretch box (Debian-based)
$ vagrant init --minimal subutai/stretch
Install the subutai and vbguest vagrant plugins
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-subutai
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Create and start running the Subutai peer
$ vagrant up
During processing, if asked for the bridge interface you want to use, the first option provided by Vagrant is usually the right one. This is the network interface that is actively used to connect to the Internet.
In case you encounter an error during installation, see Common errors encountered when using Vagrant plugins.
At the end of processing, you should see the following message indicating that the peer has been successfully created:
default: default: SUCCESS: Your peer is up. Welcome to the Horde! default: ---------------------------------------------- default: default: Next steps ... default: Make sure Subutai's E2E Extension/Plugin is installed in your browser default: Search for 'Subutai' in your browser's extension/plugin store to find it and install. default: default: Console URL: https://172.16.1.121:8443 default: Default u/p: 'admin' / 'secret' default: default: Vagrant ssh and change the default 'subutai'/'ubuntai' user password! default: If you forget the url, just take a look in .vagrant/generated.yml
After your peer has been created, you can log into its Management Console to perform updates and maintenance tasks. To access the Console:
Console URL: https://172.16.1.121:8443
Default u/p: 'admin' / 'secret'