Installation

Choose your operating system for correct installation instructions:

Linux Distributions

Windows Distributions

Installation via Source

Post-Installation

Note
- Generally, any modern Linux distribution may work.
- Python 3 supported version is a hard requirement.

Redhat Enterprise Linux v7.X / Centos 7.X

  • Install Python3 Package Manager
$ sudo yum install python3-pip
$ pip3 install awscli --user
  • If you have the aws-cli installed and want to upgrade to the latest version you can run:
$ pip3 install --upgrade awscli --user
  • Installation via pip3 (python3 packages via pip package manager)
$ pip3 install keyup --user

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Ubuntu v16.04+, Ubuntu Variants

  • Install Python3 Package Manager
$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip
$ pip3 install awscli --user
  • If you have the aws-cli installed and want to upgrade to the latest version you can run:
$ pip3 install --upgrade awscli --user
  • Installation via pip3 (python3 packages via pip package manager)
$ pip3 install keyup --user

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Amazon Linux v2016+

  • Install Python3 Package Manager:
$ sudo yum install python36-pip

OR

$ sudo yum install python35-pip / python34-pip    # latest your distribution supports
  • Install keyup:
$ pip3 install keyup --user

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Microsoft Windows 7

$ pip install keyup

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Microsoft Windows 10

$ pip install keyup

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Build Source Code

To install locally from source code, do the following:

Check out the keyup code repository:

$ git clone https://[email protected]/blakeca00/keyup.git

$ cd keyup/

Display the list of make targets:

$ make help
'makefile help menu'

To install locally in virtual environment, make the install from source target:

$ make source-install

Post-Installation

Verify Your Installation

$ keyup --version
'verify keyup installation'

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