Make sure that Dusty can access your SSH keys for pulling down repositories:
ssh-add -K -or- ssh-add -K <path-of-private-key>
ssh-add adds private key identities to the authentication agent,
ssh-agent. This will allow Dusty
to pull repos using your saved SSH credentials.
<path-of-private-key> should point at the SSH file set up
to talk to your remote git repository (GitHub for instance).
The easiest way to install Dusty is with Homebrew:
brew cask install dusty
If that worked, continue to Setup.
You can also install Dusty manually. First, make sure you have the following requirements installed:
These can be obtained all together from Docker Toolbox.
Then, run the following to download and install Dusty:
bash -c "`curl -L https://github.com/gamechanger/dusty/releases/download/0.7.2/install.sh`"
This script will install Dusty as a service and run the preflight check to ensure that all dependencies are installed. If the script throws an error, make sure to resolve that before continuing.