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Installing on Ubuntu

Installing deepstream on Ubuntu Linux

deepstream is available via the APT package manager and currently supports Ubuntu trusty, wily and xenial.

To install, paste the following script into your terminal

# the source command makes the distro_name available as a variable
# the echo command creates a source list entry string for the deepstream repo
# the tee command appends it to APT's list of package sources
source /etc/lsb-release && echo "deb ${DISTRIB_CODENAME} main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list

# downloads the key the distribution is signed with
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys 379CE192D401AB61

# updates APT's registry with the newly available packages
sudo apt-get update

# installs deepstream. -y skips "are you sure?" question
sudo apt-get install -y

Starting deepstream

deepstream can be started via its command line interface.

deepstream start

Starting deepstream on linux

Configuring deepstream

You can either change deepstream’s configuration file directly in /etc/deepstream or create a copy and run deepstream with the -c flag. (Important, make sure to update all relative paths within the configuration after copying it).

$ cd ~
$ cp /etc/deepstream/* .
$ ls
config.yml  permissions.yml  users.yml
$ deepstream start -c config.yml

Downloading deepstream’s source code

You can also get the package and sources directly from deepstream’s release page