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How to run a Kubernetes cluster on your laptop (redhat.com)
15 points by freedomben 18 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 4 comments

It's a guide to setting up OKD, which is the upstream of OpenShift. It would have been better IMHO to s/Kubernetes/OKD but what do I know about SEO ;-)

Interesting. If you need a simpler way to install K8s on a PC - Kind is a good alternative : https://kind.sigs.k8s.io/

I wish someone would explain how you can run K8s on an old computer like you old your MacMini and leverage it from other computers. I just don't seem to get it working :(

You just install docker with a k8 cluster installed. Easy, done. You have to turn off the firewall or setup a VPN network to allow arbitrary port access.

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