Lumeo Gateway can be setup on a wide variety of hardware running on your premises, in public clouds or in the Lumeo cloud. This guide describes how to set it up on your hardware.
If installing on x86 server with Nvidia GPU, before you start, ensure that your device is setup with Ubuntu 18 or later, and the latest Nvidia drivers. Verify by running
nvidia-smi on a terminal prompt.
Set up a new Gateway by running the following command on it and following the installer prompts:
bash <(wget -qO- https://link.lumeo.com/setup)
This command can also be found in Console under Gateways → Add Gateway. The installer offers you a bunch of options to optimize your installation in the interactive model. Installing the Gateway using this installer will also set it up to auto update whenever a new Gateway version is released.
Gateway installer supports the following environment variables to allow for bulk, unattended installations:
|Specify the Application ID to connect this gateway to. See API section to find your Application ID.||Currently only supported for |
|Provide the API Key for the specific Application you want to connect this gateway to. See API section to find your API Key.||Currently only supported for |
|Specify this env variable to provision a Gateway using the default settings.|
Install and provision gateway to a specific Application Id.
LUMEO_APP_ID='app_id' LUMEO_API_KEY='api_key' bash <(wget -qO- https://link.lumeo.com/setup)
You can also install Lumeo containers directly using the following commands, but then you will be responsible for updating the container yourself when new Gateway versions are released.
The interactive or unattended install methods described above also let you use containers, but in addition, will set your containers up for automated upgrades when new versions are released. Use the Manual container install method when you would like control over upgrades.
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped \ -v lumeo-container-name:/var/lib/lumeo \ --env LUMEO_APP_ID='<app_id>' --env LUMEO_API_KEY='<api_key>' \ --network host --gpus all lumeo/gateway-nvidia-jetson:latest
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped \ -v lumeo-container-name:/var/lib/lumeo \ --env LUMEO_APP_ID='<app_id>' --env LUMEO_API_KEY='<api_key>' \ --network host --gpus all lumeo/gateway-nvidia-dgpu:latest
Lumeo Gateway can be installed on a Balena-enabled Jetson NX device (Jetson Orin support coming soon).
To get started clone this Git Repo : https://github.com/lumeohq/lumeod-balena-jetson and follow along.
You can find a Balena Block for lumeo gateway here as well : https://hub.balena.io/organizations/lumeo
See AWS - EC2 Instance Guide.
Using a Lumeo published AMI image makes it easy to setup a Lumeo Gateway hosted in your AWS account and provision it to your Lumeo account.
Instructions : Coming soon.
Once setup, return to the Console to see it show up in the Gateways list.
You need to ensure the Gateway is able to talk to Lumeo’s cloud services. More info in Security & Network section.
Updated 8 months ago