This section describes how to install the Open edX Fullstack.
Open edX Fullstack is a Vagrant instance designed for deploying all Open edX services on a single server.
See the Vagrant documentation for more information.
Open edX Fullstack includes the following edX components.
To use Fullstack, you should meeting the following knowledge requirements.
To install and run Open edX Fullstack, you must first install the following software.
To install Open edX Fullstack directly from the command line, follow the instructions below.
Before beginning the installation, ensure that you have your local computer’s administrator’s password. The password is needed so that NFS can be set up to allow users to access code directories directly from your computer.
nfsd client is running.
fullstack directory and navigate to it in the command prompt.
mkdir fullstack cd fullstack
Download the fullstack Vagrant file.
curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/edx/configuration/master/vagrant/release/fullstack/Vagrantfile > Vagrantfile
Install the Vagrant
vagrant plugin install vagrant-hostsupdater
Create the Fullstack virtual machine.
The first time you create the Fullstack virtual machine, Vagrant downloads the base box, which has a file size of about 4GB. If you destroy and recreate the virtual machine, Vagrant re-uses the box it downloaded. See Vagrant’s documentation on boxes for more information.
When prompted, enter the administrator password for your local computer.
In your browser, go to
preview.localhost, which is an alias entry for
192.168.33.10 that was created in your
The latest version of fullstack is preloaded with the demonstration course and the same set of default user accounts that is created for Devstack.