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The enebular editor is a tool for your PC(Win/Mac) to edit and deploy flows to:
Pelion Device Management,
The enebular editor has 2 modes:
For editing flows where node support is limited to nodes that can interact with PC/Browser APIs. enebular editor loads the flow from the app itself.
Desktop Mode runs on port
For editing flows on linux devices (i.e. Raspberry Pi) with enebular-agent 2.3.0 and above installed. Certain nodes such as Raspberry Pi sensor nodes only work on devices. Since Desktop mode does not support such nodes, Remote mode is required to correctly load such nodes
A valid AwS IoT / Pelion Device Management connection is required For Pelion Device Management.
The enebular editor remotely opens the
enebular-agent flow editor. For more information on the remote mode of enebular editor, see Load flow in remote mode.
When connecting the enebular editor to the enebular-agent, the enebular-agent must be running in developer mode.
- An available enebular account
- Your PC must be connected to network
- Node.js 12.20.0 LTS
How to install
Run the installer
Run the installer
Please refer to Operating Environment for information about which hardware and OSes enebular editor for Linux supports. Use the Installer to install enebular editor for Linux.
- While logged in to Linux, open a shell.
- Enter the install command.
Depending on the hardware you are running on, there are two types of installation commands.
To install on a PC:
wget -4qO- https://enebular.com/editor-install | sudo -u "$USER" -E bash -s
To install on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B / Raspberry Pi 4 Model B:
wget -4qO- https://enebular.com/editor-install | sudo -u "$USER" -E bash -s -- --arch=arm
How to uninstall
- Click Start button then go to Settings.
- Click Apps.
- Select enebular editor.
- Click Uninstall.
- Open Application on Finder.
- Find and right-click on enebular editor.
- Click Move to Trash on the menu.
To uninstall, delete the following files / folders:
To delete, execute the following 3 commands from the shell while logged in to Linux:
rm -r ~/Applications/enebular-editor
rm -r ~/.config/enebular-editor/