To quickly deploy Caligrafy on Linode, you can follow these steps:
- Create a new Linode instance:
Log in to your Linode account.
Click on "Create" in the Linode Dashboard.
Choose your desired specifications for the instance.
- Set up the Linode:
Once the instance is created, click on it to access the Linode details page.
Click on "Deploy an Image" and select a Linux distribution, such as Ubuntu, for your server.
Choose a data center location convenient for you.
Under the "Label" field, give your Linode a name.
Click on "Deploy."
- Configure SSH access:
After the deployment completes, click on the "Remote Access" tab.
Open a new terminal or SSH client on your local machine.
Copy the IP address provided by Linode to connect to your newly deployed instance via SSH. The command will look like: ssh root@
- Install the required dependencies:
Update your system by running the following command:
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
Install Node.js and npm with the following command:
sudo apt install nodejs npm
- Clone the Caligrafy repository:
Clone the Caligrafy repository to your Linode instance by running:
git clone https://github.com/caligrafy/caligrafy.git
- Install Caligrafy dependencies:
Navigate to the Caligrafy directory using:
Install the required npm dependencies with the following command:
- Start the Caligrafy server:
To start the Caligrafy server, run the following command:
- Access Caligrafy in your browser:
Once the server has started successfully, open a web browser and navigate to http://
Congratulations! You have successfully deployed Caligrafy on Linode.