Prepare host OS
Prepare host OS in the Amazon AWS Cloud.
SSH to the host OS
You can find the instance's public IP address in the list of instances (EC2 / Instances).
Amazon Linux 2's default user is
ec2-user, use the following command to ssh to your instance (to the host OS). On Linux and macOS, you'll first need to limit the key file permissions using the
chmod 400 path/to/your-private-key.pem
ssh -i path/to/your-private-key.pem [email protected]_IP
Update the OS
sudo yum update -y
We use the
docker-compoe tool for making it easier to launch our Docker container. Use the following command to install the
sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/latest/download/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
Next, check that the
docker-compose tool is successfully installed. The following command should return meaningful output.
Disable mDNS on the host
The mDNS service mustn't be active in the host OS for NDI discovery to work. If present, this command removes it from the host OS:
sudo yum list installed avahi sudo yum remove avahi
Updated 3 months ago