How to automate WordOps installation¶
During WordOps installation, you will be prompted for a username and an email (required for git configuration). But it's pretty easy to make WordOps installation non-interactive.
Method 1 : using the
To allow users to perform non-interactive installation of WordOps, we added the flag
--force into our install script.
This way you just have to use the following command to install WordOps without being prompted :
wget -qO wo wops.cc && sudo bash wo --force
Method 2 : using the .gitconfig file¶
If you prefer to configure manually git before installing WordOps, this can be done by creating a .gitconfig file in your user home directory.
You can use the command
git config --global --edit to create this file and edit it with your preferred text editor.
It should look like the following example :
[user] name = user email = email@example.com