Maybe cloud hosting is not the best fit for your Oneslate application. You can run Oneslate in a virtual machine to host it locally. Here is how:
- Download the Oneslate VM archive and unzip it. The package is 841MB compressed and 4.3GB uncompressed. (Please get the unzip password from email@example.com.)
- Configure the settings as described in step one of setup_v0.2txt, “Update network settings in VirtualBox Manager”. The rest of the setup has already been done. If you need help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- As described in setup_v0.1a.txt, add entries to your hosts file (e.g., /etc/hosts) for the address where you would like to access the Oneslate interface. For example, using the default IP provided in the files:
10.0.0.1 admin.os-local.com 10.0.0.1 test.os-local.com
- With Virtualbox installed, run Oneslate.vbox.
- Browse to the admin address you have set up in hosts (http://admin.os-local.com in this example) and login with the credentials found in setup_v0.1a.txt.
- Click “Create a new instance” and enter its name.
- Visit the newly created Oneslate instance’s address.
- Try adding some nodes and test the functionality.
The 8 steps above get you running with a locally hosted, collaboration-supportive, web application where knowledge graphs can be interlinked and updated to enable efficiently capturing and referencing insights and their structures over time.