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Setting up kn
This guide provides details about how you can set up the Knative
Install kn using brew
For macOS, you can install
kn by using Homebrew.
brew install kn
Install kn using a binary
You can install
kn by downloading the executable binary for your system and placing it in the system path.
A link to the latest stable binary release is available on the
kn release page.
Install kn using the nightly-built binary
Nightly-built executable binaries are available for users who want to install the latest pre-release build of
WARNING: Nightly-built executable binaries include features which may not be included in the latest Knative release and are not considered to be stable.
Links to the latest nightly-built executable binaries are available here:
Install kn using Go
Check out the
git clone https://github.com/knative/client.git cd client/
Build an executable binary:
kninto your system path, and verify that
kncommands are working properly. For example:
Running kn using container images
WARNING: Nightly container images include features which may not be included in the latest Knative release and are not considered to be stable.
Links to images are available here:
You can run
kn from a container image. For example:
docker run --rm -v "$HOME/.kube/config:/root/.kube/config" gcr.io/knative-releases/knative.dev/client/cmd/kn:latest service list
kn from a container image does not place the binary on a permanent path. This procedure must be repeated each time you want to use
Using kn with Tekton
See the Tekton documentation.
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