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    6 comments  ·  General » Setup/administration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We have recently made good progress on getting Tentacle running on Linux via netcore and expect it to be available in the next couple months. https://github.com/OctopusDeploy/Issues/issues/3596

    As for Octopus Server on Linux, we have also started working on this effort however the current focus is for internal use for running Hosted Octopus. There are some additional complications that come with running Octopus on Linux particularly in the context of “run on the server” and s a result I wouldn’t expect a version of this to be available until mid-year at the earliest.

    Most of our other additional tooling and libraries like Calamari are now available to be run on netcore and run on Linux.

    Wayne Brantley commented  · 

    Run octopus server on Linux would be great - no reason it could not!

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    Thanks for the suggestion and for voting everyone. I’d like to get feedback on where we should go with this.

    There are a few things in Octopus that already help with this – first, it’s possible to package your NUnit tests and run them as part of a package test (we do this ourselves), or to write a PowerShell step that pings your website to see if it is online. So the actual process of performing the tests is pretty easy. Do we need to write more blog posts/documentation to show how it can be done?

    The next part is viewing the test results – in Octopus 2.0 you can “attach” files to a deployment via PowerShell which are then uploaded and available on the deployment page.

    Viewing NUnit results XML isn’t that nice though, so I guess it would be nice to be able to render those NUnit test…

    Wayne Brantley commented  · 

    We need an easy way to get the 'badges' showing success/failure from the result of PS scripts or nunit, etc. Also, once implemented, a good blog post would be helpful.

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    Wayne Brantley commented  · 

    I think OD could just allow 'shared scripts' on the server, much like the library of variables. Then allow us to use them. Or maybe just create a 'step template'....you can then create the step with an embedded script once...use it in all your processes..

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