Installing as non-root, non-sudo
Installation on Ubuntu as non-root, non-sudo user is used is used only for development purposes.
If you perform a non-sudo, non-root installation you will still be able to run Couchbase Server and all Couchbase command-line tools.
- After downloading the Couchbase DEB package, go to the directory where it is located and extract it:
> dpkg-deb -x couchbase-server-community_x86_64_2.0.0-1767-rel.deb $HOME
In the directory where you extracted the files, you will see /opt and /etc subdirectories.
- After you extract the Couchbase Server installation files, go to the subdirectory:
- Run this password-related script:
This allows you to continue the installation as a non-root, non-sudo user.
- To run the server use
./bin/couchbase-server -- -noinput -detached
- To stop the server use