The easiest way to install and uninstall Appsody on Red Hat Enterprise Linux is to use yum.
To avoid permissions problems on Linux hosts, your user account must be a member of the
docker group, as detailed in the Docker documentation, which you can configure by running:
sudo usermod -aG docker <username>
Follow these steps:
v.r.mindicates the release tag.
sudo yum install <path>/appsody-v.r.m-1.x86_64.rpm
<path> is the fully qualified path to the package.
You can now follow the Getting Started instructions to create your first containerized development environment with a running Hello World! application.
To upgrade Appsody on your system, follow these steps:
v.r.mis the release number.
sudo yum update appsody-v.r.m-1.x86_64.rpm -y
To uninstall Appsody, run the following command:
sudo yum remove appsody
You might also want to remove the
.appsody directory that gets created under your home directory:
rm -rf ~/.appsody.