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Using the OpenStack CLI tools on Mac OS X
Tutorials Intermediate CLI Mac OSX

Using the OpenStack CLI tools on Mac OS X

Install Python 3 The Openstack command line tools need Python and Python on OS X is utterly broken, but fortunately you can install your own, up-to-date version, using brew. If you haven’t installed this on your system yet: /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" Using brew we’re going to install Python 3: brew install python Now Python 3 is installed we can finally install the OpenStack command line tools.
Openstack command-line interface (CLI) installation commands
Tutorials Intermediate

Openstack command-line interface (CLI) installation commands

Install the Openstack CLI tools This example is for Debian 9, for other distributions look at the bottom of the page. $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install -y python3-pip python3-dev $ sudo pip3 install python-openstackclient Configure the OpenStack CLI clients Log in to the Fuga Dashboard Go to Compute —> Access & Security —> API Access Click on download OpenStack RC file v3. This file contains all necessary configurations for the clients.
Install and configure the CLI tools on Windows
Tutorials Intermediate

Install and configure the CLI tools on Windows

Using the command line tools for OpenStack on Windows is a bit different and a bit more difficult. In this guide we provide you with the steps required to set this up. Install Python Use the latest stable Python web-based installer from https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/ with these extra settings: Add to PATH Add to environment variables In our experience the process is easier when using Firefox or Chrome instead of Edge