Fedora users seeking help on installing Container Development Kit (CDK), here is how you can install CDK 2.2 on your Fedora 24. These same steps can be used for CDK 2.3 too.
CDK provides a container development environment, to build production-grade applications, for use on OpenShift.
The installation of CDK 2.2 on Fedora essentially involves the following stages:
Setting up your virtualization environment
You need to first install the virtualization software, in this case, KVM/libvirt, and then proceed to install Vagrant and its additional plugins to enable the various features of CDK.
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