This guide is intended for systems administrators only.
In your terminal clone the repo and start the code. Building the containers may take several minutes.
git clone email@example.com:dtcooper/crazyarms.git cd crazyarms ./compose pull # or to build from source: ./compose.sh build ./compose.sh up
You’ll be asked a few questions about setting up Crazy Arms in your terminal.
When building is done, then in your browser go to
http://localhost/. You’ll be prompted in the application
about setting up your station.
If you want a fairly preview of what the AutoDJ has to offer, be sure to select “Preload the AutoDJ” when setting up your station.
To stop, in your terminal press Ctrl+C.
To run Crazy Arms in the background which is useful for deployment do the following,
./compose.sh up -d ./compose.sh down
./compose.sh test # Tear down test dependent containers (postgres and redis) ./compose --test down
DEBUG = True
- Setting up email, mention
./manage.py sendtestemail firstname.lastname@example.org