How to Install Payload CMS on Fedora CoreOS Latest

Payload CMS is a fast and flexible content management system that enables users to create and manage content with ease. If you want to install Payload CMS on Fedora CoreOS Latest, this tutorial will guide you through the process.

Prerequisites

Before you begin, make sure you have the following:

Step 1: Install Docker

Payload CMS requires Docker to be installed on the system. You can install Docker on Fedora CoreOS Latest using the following command:

sudo curl -sSL https://get.docker.com/ | sh

This will download and install Docker on the system.

Step 2: Set Up the Environment

To use Payload CMS on Fedora CoreOS Latest, you need to set up the environment. Create a directory in which the application will be installed using the following command:

mkdir -p /opt/payload-cms

Once the directory is created, navigate to it and clone the Payload CMS project from Github:

cd /opt/payload-cms
sudo git clone https://github.com/payloadcms/payload.git

Step 3: Run Payload CMS

With the environment set up, you can now run Payload CMS on Fedora CoreOS Latest. Run the following command to start the application:

sudo docker-compose up -d

This will start the application as a Docker container in the background. You can then access Payload CMS by navigating to http://:3000 in your web browser.

Step 4: Set Up the Admin Account

Once you have accessed the Payload CMS login screen, you will need to set up the admin account. Click on the "Create Account" button to create an admin account.

Conclusion

With the above steps, you have successfully installed Payload CMS on Fedora CoreOS Latest. You can now begin using the application as a content management system.

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