Installing Cloud 66 Toolbelt
- Download the cx executable to a directory in your PATH
- Initialize it by running
cx stacks list
- Authenticate using your browser
For more detailed help on installation please refer to our Getting Started guide.
Installing on a server (headless)
To install Toolbelt on a server (without a browser):
- Install and authenticate
cxon your local machine (see above)
- Log into your server via your terminal and move to the
- Create a file named
cx.jsonin that folder
- Go to the terminal on your local machine, where you already have Toolbelt authorised and execute
cx dump-token, which will give you your authorisation token
- Copy this token and paste it into the (remote)
cx.jsonfile that you created in Step 3
- Save the file and then run
cx stacks liston the server to confirm that Toolbelt is initialised
Toolbelt supports user with multiple Cloud 66 accounts via profiles. Please read our separate guide for more details.
Running Toolbelt inside a Docker container
You can run the Cloud 66 Toolbelt inside a Docker container, although this is not officially supported. To run CX in Docker follow this guide.