Installing EVA ICS on a production machine without the Internet connection is tricky is pretty easy, but Python virtual environment should be manually prepared. Another option is to mirror pypi.org repository, but it requires about 120GB of disk space and isn’t recommended, unless used for another company needs.
In this article we will explain how to install EVA ICS on Debian / Ubuntu machine in the offline mode.
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This article describes, how to install EVA ICS on Ubuntu or Debian. Actually it duplicates the information from EVA ICS installation docs, however is focused on Ubuntu with local mosquitto MQTT server, has minimal description and contains all required commands which could be just copy/pasted in console shell.
So let’s consider you have fresh Ubuntu install (I’ve used 18.04 LTS). What should be done, before we can launch EVA ICS easy-setup:
- Install required OS packages
- Configure local mosquitto MQTT server
- Configure EVA ICS venv to skip building “heavy” numpy/pandas modules (we’ll use them from OS repository)
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NixOS is a very cool Linux distribution built on top of the Nix pkg manager. It’s very reliable and easy to deploy on multiple machines, however installing 3rd party software may be tricky.
Starting from version 3.2.1, you can run EVA ICS on NixOS. This article describes how to install it.
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