The Console uses
mlproj as its project manager. To install it, just use the
following (or read the full install notes):
npm install mlproj -g
Clone or download the GitHub repository.
master corresponds to the latest stable release, whilst
is the main development branch. For the latest features and bug fixes, use
To create the Console own databases and app server, execute the following from
the download directory (the one containing the
mlproj -e prod setup mlproj -e prod deploy
It installs the Console on
localhost, on port 8010, with user "
You can now access the Console
If you want the app server to get the modules from the file system, instead of
creating a modules database, use the
mlproj -e dev setup mlproj -e dev deploy
You can also override the host and/or the port number on the command line (use
-z to get prompted for the password):
mlproj -e prod -h newhost -p port:9000 setup mlproj -e prod -h newhost deploy
Instead of overriding some values on the command line every time (e.g. if you
have to change the host name), you can create a new environment file in
xproject/ml/, which copies or imports either
set different values as needed.
If you call your environment
default.json, you don't even have to use the
dev option on the command line.
mlproj help or http://mlproj.org/ for details.