Running

After the installation, you can start Hue on your Hue Server by doing:

build/env/bin/supervisor

This will start several subprocesses, corresponding to the different Hue components. Your Hue installation is now running.

After installation, you can use Hue by navigating to http://myserver:8888/.

Next step is to configure Hue to point to the external services. Then, the user guide will help users go through the various installed applications.

Supported Browsers

The two latest LTS versions of each browsers:

  • Edge
  • Safari
  • Chrome
  • Firefox

Troubleshooting the tarball Installation

Q: I moved my Hue installation from one directory to another and now Hue no longer functions correctly.

A: Due to the use of absolute paths by some Python packages, you must run a series of commands if you move your Hue installation. In the new location, run:

rm app.reg
rm -r build
make apps

Q: Why does “make install” compile other pieces of software?

A: In order to ensure that Hue is stable on a variety of distributions and architectures, it installs a Python virtual environment which includes its dependencies. This ensures that the software can depend on specific versions of various Python libraries and you don’t have to be concerned about missing software components.

Feedback

Your feedback is welcome. The best way to send feedback is to join the mailing list and send e-mail to hue-user@cloudera.org. @gethue is also a good

Reporting Bugs

If you find that something doesn’t work, it’ll often be helpful to include logs from your server. Please include the logs as a zip (or cut and paste the ones that look relevant) and send those with your bug reports.