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Quick Start Guide

Installing the CLI

To manage your dotCloud applications, you need the Command-Line Interface client (CLI) installed on your computer. If you have previously installed an older version of the CLI, you may prefer to read Migrating to the CLI 0.9

Linux

Open Terminal and run the following command:

sudo easy_install pip && sudo pip install dotcloud

If you don’t have easy_install, you need to install it; preferably with your distribution specific packaging tools. On Fedora, RHEL, and other systems providing yum, you should run sudo yum install python-setuptools. On Debian, Ubuntu, and other systems providing APT, you should run sudo apt-get install python-setuptools. Then install pip and dotcloud as shown above.

Mac OS X

To install, open your terminal and run the following command:

sudo easy_install pip && sudo pip install dotcloud

Windows

dotCloud developer support cannot help you install or use the dotcloud CLI on Windows. You may find some help on StackOverflow (in particular, the old installation steps are here )

When the installation is finished, run “dotcloud setup” for the first time and enter your dotCloud credentials:

dotcloud setup

Note

Are you used to our old CLI? Head over to our Migrating to the CLI 0.9 guide.

Quick Start Guide