Dedicated Platform Package Manager - an easy way to install and manage server applications.
There are 3 methods:
dppm with the helper:
sh -c "APP=dppm-static $(wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/DFabric/apps-static/master/helper.sh)"
wget -qO- can be replaced by
The binary is
bin/dppm in the directory.
Get the pre-compiled binary called
dppm-static_*, and extract it.
sudo bin/dppm install
You don't need to install it as root, but no system services nor dedicated users will be available. You will have to rely on
sudo dppm app exec
To show the help:
To list available packages (applications, built and available packages):
A typical installation can be:
# add a new application to the system sudo dppm app add [application] # start the service and auto start the service at boot sudo dppm service start [application] sudo dppm service boot [application] true
If not specified, an user, group and application name will be created.
build the missing required packages.
Root execution is needed to add a system service (systemd or OpenRC)
To show the services status:
dppm service status
To follow last application logs:
sudo dppm logs [application] output
sudo dppm uninstall
Supported architectures are
arm64 (thanks to @jirutka).
For Rapberry Pi 3, a 64-bit OS like Armbian is recommended, and needed to run DPPM, instead of a 32-bit Raspbian.
Still, an issue is open for
You will need a Crystal development environment
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Install dependencies and build
For more informations, see the official docs
Integration tests are stateful and need to be runned all in a batch sequentially.
To run them:
crystal spec spec/integration_spec.cr
Other tests are stateless and can be runned independently to each other
To run all tests:
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