Depending on your OS you'll need to follow a few steps before installing
azk. Follow them here for Mac, or here for Linux, but feel free to skip the last step of installation that uses one of the package managers (brew or apt-get).
Linux Additional Step
If you're on Linux, besides installing Docker you'll also need to install the
Getting the azk source code
Open the terminal and type:
$ git clone https://github.com/azukiapp/azk.git $ cd azk $ make
make is done building azk's binary, add the following to your shell configuration file (~/.bashrc, ~/.zshrc):
# azk source and azk brew if [ -d "$HOME/your/path/to/azk/bin" ]; then alias azksrc="$HOME/your/path/to/azk/bin/azk" fi
Make sure to change
"$HOME/your/path/to/azk/bin" to the directory that you cloned
azk. The snippet above will first check if you have the
azk binary in the directory path, and then create an alias called
azksrc that you can use anywhere in your terminal.