Section.io’s Developer PoP runs on Kubernetes. Minikube is a prepackaged Kubernetes cluster that works on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Minikube runs on your preference of virtual machine (VirtualBox is a free option).
minikube ssh "docker run --rm --net=host -v /var/lib/localkube:/var/lib/localkube:ro sectionio/section-init"If you have installed Minikube v0.29.0 or later you will need to use this initialization command instead:
minikube ssh "docker run --rm --net=host -v /var/lib/minikube:/var/lib/minikube:ro sectionio/section-init"
Note that after each one of these terminal commands, you will need to wait a few moments for Minikube to fully launch all the section.io containers. If you, for example, try and do the git pushes in the next section immediately after completing the
minikube ssh command above, you may find that the git daemon or some other relevant component has not yet come online. In this case, just wait for a few minutes — the exact time depends upon the speed of your internet connection and specifications of your machine.
Disable repeating messages about the kubectl component you won’t need:
minikube config set WantKubectlDownloadMsg false
Now your Developer PoP base is ready, but it has not yet launched any of the specific proxies in your configuration.
Let’s change that by loading your section.io setup into the Developer PoP.