If Homebrew is already installed, then be sure to do a
Tap the Outrigger repository
brew tap phase2/outrigger
Install Outrigger (and dependencies)
brew install outrigger-cli
This will install the
rig binary as well the Docker and other dependencies.
Create the Docker Host
Once everything checks out, run the following command to create a new docker host. (You will likely be prompted for your admin password)
Here are some configuration options available to you to customize your setup:
- name: The Docker Machine name for the VM. Defaults to
Options on the
- --driver: The driver to create the Docker Machine with. Choices are:
- --cpu-count The number of virtual CPU you want to allocate to this VM. Defaults to 2
- --memory-size The size memory you want to configure for this VM, in Megabytes. Defaults to 4096
- --disk-size The size drive you want to configure for this VM, in Gigabytes. Defaults to 40
Configure your shell to set Outrigger Docker environment
To configure the shell with the proper Outrigger environment, run the following command after the docker host has started from the previous step.
eval "$(rig config)"
For convenience, you should make this automatic on every terminal you launch. To do that
add the following to your
.zshrc or equivalent:
# Support for Outrigger eval "$(rig config)" alias re='eval "$(rig config)"'
Running rig config
Even with automatic execution in your shell, this command must be run in any existing
terminal windows after
rig start or
rig restart commands. To support that
re alias in the shell init file above. Just run
re after a