You can install Kolibri as a standard package from PyPi (works on Mac, Windows, and Linux) using this command:
# Install for your current user pip install --user kolibri # Install system-wide (all users) sudo pip install kolibri
After Kolibri has been installed from PyPi, a new
kolibri command should be available in your Terminal application.
On MacOS and Linux, follow these steps to run Kolibri with the
Download the PEX installer for Kolibri version 0.13.
Make sure to open the Terminal where you downloaded the
PEXfile. For example, if you saved it in the Downloads folder, type this when you open the Terminal, and press Enter:
Type the following commands next (press Enter after each one).
chmod +x kolibri-installer-filename.pex ./kolibri-installer-filename.pex start
Make sure to substitute the
kolibri-installer-filename.pexwith the exact name of the file you downloaded in both commands. For example, if the name of the downloaded file is
kolibri-v0.13.0.pex, type that instead of
Remember that PEX package allows you to run Kolibri on your system only while the process is active in the Terminal window. If that process is stopped (by either pressing Ctrl + C, closing the Terminal, or restarting your system), you will need to repeat the above steps to start Kolibri again. User accounts, classes and groups you create, as well as the content channels you download, will be available every time you restart Kolibri.
- Delete the
- Delete the
./kolibrifolder in your user’s Home directory if you want to completely remove all the Kolibri files and content channels you imported.