GETTING STARTED


PREREQUISITES:

The only "soft" prerequisite for Cleaver on all supported platforms is that you need to have git installed and should be in your path. Cleaver only requires git for deployments. Given that Cleaver is a tool for developer, we expect everyone to have git already installed.

macOS

STEPS

  1. Download Cleaver for macOS.
  2. To avoid any issue with the file permissions and to avoid any kind of possible data loss, copy Cleaver app to your /Applications folder first.
  3. Open the app and sign in. If you have not signed up yet, it only takes few seconds to create a new account.

See Cleaver for MacOS in action

Linux

Right now we provide Cleaver in an AppImage format for Linux operating systems.

STEPS

  1. Download Cleaver for Linux.
  2. If you haven't already, install git: sudo apt install git
  3. Double click the downloaded AppImage file.
  4. When asked to integrate Cleaver with your system, click on Yes.
  5. Once the app is open, sign in. If you have not signed up yet, it only takes few seconds to create a new account.

See Cleaver for Linux in action

Windows

STEPS

  1. Download Cleaver for Windows.
  2. Double click the one-click Cleaver Setup.exe file.
  3. The app will be installed to %localappdata%\Programs\Cleaver and should run automatically
  4. Once the app is open, sign in. If you have not signed up yet, it only takes few seconds to create a new account.

See Cleaver for Windows in action

Please let us know if you find more issues. We'll do our best to resolve it in the next release.

Having an issue? See Getting Started Troubleshooting page. If not, let's add a cloud provider to be able to spin off a new server.

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