On-premises server quick setup
Follow this link for the quick setup launcher
Code With Me quick setup
The quick Code With Me setup is intended for quick evaluation purposes. This setup has the following security-related limitations:
The setup doesn't have SSL for lobby or relay servers connections.
The relay server cannot verify whether the requests to establish a relay are authentic and coming from the real lobby server.
The relay server or the host cannot verify whether session join request is signed by the lobby server.
Check out the following video on how to quickly configure the on-premises setup:
Set up launcher
Follow this link for the setup launcher.
Quick setup uses a single-click executable for the Code With Me servers.
You can use the following options in the code to launch the servers for the Code With Me sessions:
The host address is specified by the
Path to the license file is specified by the
-koption. To obtain the license file, go to our site
The lobby and relay server ports can be specified using the
The servers default to
2093for a lobby server and
3274for a relay server.
Enter the following command:
$./launch.sh -h 10.2.2.53 -k license.key
This command launches a lobby server, accessible via the address http://10.2.2.53:2093. This command also launches a relay server on the port
3274, and the lobby server will share a link of ws://10.2.2.53:3274 as the relay address.
Enter the following command:
$./launch.sh -h myserver.internal -k license.key -l 4950 -r 8092
This command launches a lobby server, accessible via the address http://myserver.internal:4950.
This command also launches a relay server on the port
8092, and the lobby will share a link of ws://myserver.internal:8092 as the relay address.
The offline mode setup example for quick setup
You can set up Code With Me without connecting to the JetBrains site. By default, quick setup script doesn't contain such settings:
Set up Code With Me
Download required files from the JetBrains sites on the machine where there is an Internet connection, place them somewhere, and point the lobby server to use this place as the local storage.
Somewhere on the machine with Internet access, run the single separate "mirror_guests" script (
lobby/bin/mirror-guests) with required filters and versions.
Use the following example:.bin/mirror-guests" --verbose --products-filter IU --platforms-filter windows-x64 --build-filter 211.7142.45 /tmp/CWMsources
/tmp/CWMsourcesare examples, adjust those parts of code accordingly.
Place saved files to the machine where you don't have the Internet connection and where the quick-setup will be tested. The folder with files will be considered as
Add following entries to the
launch.shscript:export GUESTS_LOCAL_STORAGE=true export GUESTS_LOCAL_STORAGE_DIRECTORY=
The value of
GUESTS_LOCAL_STORAGE_DIRECTORY=is equal to the place from previous step.