OpenResty - Getting Started with OpenResty

On a Linux system, wget can be used to download openresty.repo.



And then move the openresty.repo into the /etc/yum.repos.d directory.

mv openresty.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/


apt-get (Debian, Ubuntu), dnf or yum (CentOS, Fedora, Red Hat) can be used to install OpenResty.

dnf install openresty openresty-resty


The which command should now show that the resty command line tool (CLI) exists.

which resty


Something like this should be returned.



The following command can be issued to test resty.

resty -e 'print("Hello World")'


And Hello World should be returned.

Hello World


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