So, before setting up Switchboard you must install:
- Virtualbox - tested on 4.3.15. Once installed, Virtualbox will ask if you want to set up a virtual machine. You can skip this; Vagrant will handle it.
- Vagrant - tested on 1.6.3
- Ansible - tested on 1.6.1
Run the following at your shell to get a virtual machine up and
running Switchboard. Once running, the virtual machine is assigned
the IP address
Ansible sometimes times out when fetching the Erlang .deb file. If this happens, please check your network connection and retry.
Please create an issue if there were any problems getting setup – we’d love to get you up and running.
Switchboard’s Ansible provisioning scripts can be used to deploy the application on remote servers. To provision a server it must be listed in an inventory file.
There is an example inventory file under
To customize, list the servers under the
and set custom variables under
provisioning/roles/switchboard/default/main.yml for a list
of variables which can be customized.
Coming soon: Description of deploying from your own switchboard repo.
If your inventory is located at
provisioning/hosts, you can
provision switchboard by running:
Next up: worker and client interfaces.