You can download Git here
Operating system specific dependencies
Below you will find the requirements per operating system.
You can download Docker for Linux here.
For setting up the testing environment locally we'll use Docker Compose. You can install it by following the installation steps of the official Docker website.
We currently support Windows 10 64-bit: Pro, Enterprise, or Education (Build 15063 or later).
In order to successfully execute all commands in this guide make sure you are using
PowerShell in administrator mode and not the
Command prompt. To launch
PowerShell in administrator mode, type
PowerShell in the searchfield of the taskbar, you should find
Windows PowerShell, right click on it and select
Run as Administrator.
You can download Docker Desktop for Windows here. We advise users to use the WSL 2 backend when working with Docker Desktop.
Cloning NLX-Try-me repository
First, let's clone the NLX project. It contains the Docker Compose file and its dependencies.
- Mac & Linux
git clone https://gitlab.com/commonground/nlx/nlx-try-me.git
git clone https://gitlab.com/commonground/nlx/nlx-try-me.git --config core.autocrlf=input
After the repository is cloned, move into it:
Having prepared your environment will allow you to quickly move on during the next chapters. Now let's retrieve a demo certificate so you are able to send traffic through the NLX network.