Been using Lupin for about a week now and though I’d contribute my skills for containers (and stuff like that) to make Lupin easier to utilize.
I have created a container of Lupin that can be used on practically any OS on most architectures (MacOS, Windows, Linux, and Raspberry Pis)
You might be asking What is a container and why should I care? Well a container is a pre-built environment that you can easily deploy an application. For instance Lupin requires you have python installed and install all the required packages for it to run. With a container all you need is docker and you can deploy it with a single command since it has everything it needs inside of the container. Nothing else to do.
You will need Docker installed and a Terminal like app (linux and Mac have them built in, Windows you should be able to use Power Shell).
Note: Windows might be a little more work to get up and running but if you have an issue let me know and I will do what I can to assist.
I tried pasting the instructions here but I am only allowed two links, instead I am pasting the location to the project on DockerHub since that has the instructions.
The docker repo is located here: Docker Hub
I have contributed my docker files back to @Tony’s project.
Any questions please let me know