Previously I covered the Nomad installation on the most frequently used Linux distros:
- Amazon Linux 2
In today’s topic, I’m going to wrap up the Nomad installation on Fedora-based distros.
- Fedora-based bash environment
- sudo privileges
Install Nomad on Fedora based distro
Step 1. As a first step install
dnf config manager.
sudo dnf install -y dnf-plugins-core
Step 2. Once the step 1 is done add the HashiCorp repo.
sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo https://rpm.releases.hashicorp.com/fedora/hashicorp.repo
Step 3. To install Nomad on Fedora, run:
sudo dnf -y install nomad
Step 4. Last but not least, verify the installation and the version as well.
To install Nomad on Fedora follows the same procedure as the other Linux distros mentioned above. If you have something to specify about Nomad on Fedora, please don’t hesitate to raise a question or start a discussion in the comment section below.
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