Assuming you have Docker installed, this will pull the latest standalone image from DockerHub, and start it listening on :7777.
IMAGE="intrigueio/intrigue-core:latest" docker pull $IMAGE && \ docker run -e LANG=C.UTF-8 -v ~/intrigue-core-data:/data -p 0.0.0.0:7777:7777 -i -t $IMAGE
UPDATE 20200130: We’ve now added the ability to preserve your instance data between container runs, thanks to Docker’s volume support. If you’d like to adjust where the data is stored, simply adjust the -v option in the docker run command above, substituting the “~/intrigue-core-data” folder with wherever you’d like to store the data on your host system.
IMPORTANT!!! If you want to save your data between container runs, you have to map a volume for /data, as specified above, or use the EC2 image.
Once downloaded, you’ll see the startup happen automatically, and a password will be generated for you. You’ll be able to access the interface over SSL on :7777.
Now that you have an instance running, check out the Up and Running with Intrigue Core guide.