From github:

1- Open terminal and clone DDKits from github as below:

git clone https://github.com/ddkits/cli.git  PATH/TO/FOLDER

2- Run DDKits alias file in terminal, make sure you are in the same folder that you cloned the reposatory in. This step to add DDKits command " ddk " into your terminal:

cd  PATH/TO/FOLDER && source ddkits.alias.sh

3- After it finish, check your ddk by running the main command as below:

ddk

 

From the zip file:

1- extract the content of the file into the folder that you want your site to load from:

2- Run DDKits alias file in terminal **make sure you are in the same folder that you cloned the reposatory in .**, this step to add DDKits command " ddk " into your terminal:

source ddkits.alias.sh

3- After it finish, check your ddk by running the main command as below:

ddk

 

Next:

Check your Docker, Docker-compose, docker-machine and DDKits installations by 

-In your terminal then: 

 docker -v && docker-compose --version && docker-machine -version  && ddk

-If DDKits  "ddk not found ", go to any DDKits project then:

. ddkits.alias.sh

OR

./ddkits.alias.sh

OR

. ./ddkits.alias.sh

-then run again the main command:

ddk

 

- DDKits is a Unix base software which means it can be controled 100%.

To start your DDKits new website you need to begin your software first and install DDKits main containers first by 

ddk install

- then 

ddk start

 

- Drupal version only start it with composer by using the command below

ddk start com