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Hello. My name is Jasmine Jackson and our courses intro to vagrant. And in this video, I'm a show you a demo on how to install the Norc software that we would need to execute vagrant share. So let's get started.
The learning objective for this video
is we will learn how to install the Norc software. So let's get started, OK, I'm at the north website
and it is a https Colin forced last four slash www dot
Norc dot com. And what you're going to do is we're going to click on sign up
and I'm going to answer my name,
in a password,
and I need to select all the cars
I see. Okay,
the capture was good. So
if you don't want to provide your email, you consign in with get up or with Google,
I'm gonna say create an account.
what you need to do is
depending on your operating system, you need to download Norc for that operating system. I'm using windows. I've already downloaded four windows and once you download, you need to go to the
area where you saved it, and then you need to unzip it
so The second step is you need to unzip the Norc
and for me,
I have it saved on my desktop,
and I have it as Norc stable Windows A M D 64 because I'm using a 64 bit Windows machine,
and from there you need to add this
absolute path to your system's path.
Variable. Because if you don't, then you won't be able to use the Norc command on the command line because it will not be recognized to add it to your system. Path
on Windows were going to right click on the Windows icon.
Go to settings
and then in the text box, I'm going to type half,
then click on Edit the System Environment Variables
and then in the advance tab, I'm going to click on Environment Variables.
I'm going to go down the path.
I'm going to click on edit
and then here I've already have it. I have it saved, but what you will do is you would click new
and then you would answer the absolute path
of where your North software is saved. Where the e x c this is a e x c foul. You would enter the absolute path here in your environment variables to that e x e path.
And when that is done, you will click. Ok,
Okay. Okay. And then I'm going to open commander. And remember, commander is a windows Casal emulator where you can enter limits commands
and I'm going toe open, commander. And now I'm going to type Norc.
And as you can see, the command was successful because we added the absolute path to our Norc e x c foul.
at this point, we've added the
e x c foul to our system path. So now when we type Norc,
windows will recognize it
and going back to set up installation.
The third step is now
you need to connect your account and this is my off token. Your off token will be different. So essentially, what you would do is you would type Norc off token and then your token here,
and then you were pressed. Answer, and then that will
create that will connect your account. Finally, when you connect your account so now North is working
and I'm going to type my off token. So I'm gonna save Norc
and then I'm going to copy
and I'm going to paste
and pressing Inter. And now it says all tokens saved two configuration file and it specifies the absolute path. Okay, now we're going to start Norc and the way we're going to do that, we're going to type Norc
http, and then we're going to pick a port. And unless a port 80
and now Norc has started and we can see that because it's online the account my account with showing that it's a free plan. So with the free plan, you could only have one Norc session open at a time. So that's a caveat with the free plan.
If you need multiple sessions open that you need to
upgrade to a pate paid plan. But right now,
if I'm just using the free plan and with the free plan, you can only have one Norc session open at one time.
So we see the region where the United States and we see the Web interface,
and if we
go to that Web interface
we see now, Norc worked
and now is saying no request to display yet to get started making request to one of your tunnel your URLs and then notice your you RL's will be different Selves. Norc worked because we're able to see this Web page it rendered. Right now, we don't have any requests, and
that will be our next demo when we
hook Norc along with vagrant share. Remember, as I stated in the lecture, you need north for vagrant share to work. So the first pieces done. We have Norc working because,
as you can see,
when we started Norc, we have a Web interface of local hose colon port 40 40.
when we go to that, you are l. The North
page renders. So this lets us know that the installation was successful. We were able to successfully
connect our account. And so now we have a Web server. We have a local Web server on our machine,
and like I said, we don't have any requests yet. And that will be the next demo where we connect north along with vagrant share.
So let's go back to the lecture. So in summary in this video, we discussed and learn how to install Norc and what it's used for its, uh,
Web server, a local Web server that's hosted on your machine and we need this
piece of software for vagrant share to work. If we don't have this software installed, vagrant share will not work. So in our next lecture and final lecture,
we will connect Norc with vagrant share And then we would create a public i p to share our trusty on boot to 64 machine. So I hope you learned a lot in this demo. And I can't wait to see you in our final demo for the course and have a good day. Bye.
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