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- Josh Pollock
These scripts are designed to be run on a fresh install of Ubuntu. They will install PHP 8.1, node 16, Docker, and a few other useful tools. I use them occasionally to set up a new Ubuntu on my Windows 10 machine whenever I mess the old one up.
Also Works On ec2 For Remote Development
These were originally developed and tested on an ec2 instance running vscode remote. They also work fine when using WSL2.
- Set up vscode remote
- Run all these scripts
- Reboot instance
git clone ...
docker-compose up -dshould work now
- Also PHP, node, git, ssh.
Install PHP 8.1, node 16 and Docker in Ubuntu.
These scripts can be run with the following commands, by a super user. This installs a lot of stuff, read first.
Read Them First
You can add
-s -- --dry-run to then end to do a dry run first.
PHP 8.1 And Composer
This installs PHP 8.1, exstensions and composer. It should output composer's help.
curl -fsSL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Shelob9/f981e8fee4e80aec383442df7838de7e/raw/427f097ae2b4c66e7ad013407ae8fe858bb849e6/php81.sh | sh
Node 16, with nvm. Also, yarn.
curl https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Shelob9/f981e8fee4e80aec383442df7838de7e/raw/b4359b698c6be584d259dac68ae348d4e6e9bf8a/nvm16.sh -fsSL | sh
curl -fsSL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Shelob9/f981e8fee4e80aec383442df7838de7e/raw/b4359b698c6be584d259dac68ae348d4e6e9bf8a/docker.sh | sh
Set permissions for Docker
If you try and run
docker-compose up or whatever now, you will likely run into a Docker permissions error, code 13.
This will make the user
ubuntu a super user. That is the user that is running Docker.
curl -fsSL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Shelob9/f981e8fee4e80aec383442df7838de7e/raw/b4359b698c6be584d259dac68ae348d4e6e9bf8a/fix-docker-permissions.sh | sh
Adding user ubuntu to group docker
git and ssh
This sets up git and creates and SSH key pair. It outputs the public key
Make sure to change
<firstname.lastname@example.org> to your email and
<name> to your name. Keep the double quotes around each.
curl -fsSL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Shelob9/f981e8fee4e80aec383442df7838de7e/raw/b4359b698c6be584d259dac68ae348d4e6e9bf8a/git.sh | bash -s "<email@example.com>" "<name>"
Expected output is the ssh public key, copy that and then add a new ssh key on Github.
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