Quick Installation Guide
Download the LogicBlox installation package for your Linux or macOS from this page. Extract the tarball into a directory, which we refer to as
LOGICBLOX_HOME and run the following commands:
$ source <LOGICBLOX_HOME>/etc/profile.d/logicblox.sh $ source <LOGICBLOX_HOME>/etc/bash_completion.d/logicblox.sh
These scripts automatically set all the necessary environment variables (please be aware that this script only works if you use bash as your shell) . You might want to add this command to your
Running LogicBlox in a virtual machine
Are you using an unsupported platform such as Microsoft Windows, or do you rather run LogicBlox in a virtual machine? Use Vagrant to easily configure and provision a LogicBlox development environment in a virtual machine.
Setup your virtual machine by following these steps:
- Download and install the latest versions of Vagrant (management tool for virtual machines) and VirtualBox (virtualization tool for running virtual machines) for your platform.
- Download and unzip the Vagrantfile in a directory of your choice, we’ll refer to this directory as
- Download the latest version of LogicBlox for the Linux platform on this page. Copy the tarball to your
<VAGRANT_HOME>directory. It will be used to provision your LogicBlox environment.
- Run the following commands to create, start and provision your virtual machine:
$ cd <VAGRANT_HOME> $ vagrant up
- Run the following commands to login (SSH) to your virtual machine:
$ cd <VAGRANT_HOME> $ vagrant ssh
Please refer to the Vagrant documentation for more information about using Vagrant.