Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing CouchDB on Linux, part of Up and Running with NoSQL Databases.
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To install CouchDB on Ubuntu Linux, you can either use the apt-get package manager or …you can build it from source. …We'll use the apt-get package manager. …Go to Terminal and then type in sudo apt-get install couchdb. …If it prompts you to install any dependencies, say Yes. …CouchDB is now installed and running on our Ubuntu system.…
If you go to 127.0.0.1:5984 and then do /_utils, the Futon interface appears. …If you want to use the database dumps that come with the exercise files, you'll need …to load them in at a specific path. …This path is protected, so you'll need to change user to root. …Go to /var/lib/couchdb/1.2.0.…
This folder contains the .couch files that make up each database in your Couch server. …You now have everything you need to run CouchDB on Ubuntu Linux. …
- What is NoSQL?
- Installing CouchDB on Mac, Windows, and Linux
- Storing data
- Nesting document data
- Specifying search criteria
- Reducing data
- Attaching and retrieving images
- Deploying applications
- Securing CouchDB
- Understanding the CAP theorem