2- The installer, signed by Google LLC, will prompt for next steps, follow them.
Optionally, you may like to enable screen reader mode for a more streamlined screen reader experience, check the Turn on screen reader mode option. For more information about the Cloud SDK screen reader experience, open the Accessibility features guide.
3- As the Cloud SDK needs Python, you must install it and every other necessary dependency. The supported versions are Python 3 (preferred, 3.5 to 3.8) and Python 2 (2.7.9 or higher). That means you can use an existing Python installation, despite SDK currently uses Python 3 by default. This can be done by unchecking the option to Install Bundled Python.
4- Now, when the installation has been done, it gives you some options to choose from:
Make sure to select these:
Start Google Cloud SDK Shell
Run gcloud init
Now an SDK terminal window will appear and execute the gcloud init command automatically.
5- This installation is the default, therefore; it doesn’t contain the App Engine extensions needed to deploy an application using gcloud commands. You can install these components in the Cloud SDK component manager.
If you face installation failure because the find command was not recognized, make sure that your PATH environment variable is on the setting of include the folder containing find. It supposed to be: C:\WINDOWS\system32;.
If you already just uninstalled Cloud SDK, you must restart your computer in order to install a new Cloud SDK.
1- As with any other OS, for macOS, you also need Python for SDK. The supported versions are Python 3 (preferred, 3.5 to 3.8) and Python 2 (2.7.9 or higher). Furthermore, you can choose the macOS 64-bit with packed Python installation.
Execute uname -m from your command line to determine the suitable machine hardware name.
3- Now unzip the file in any path you want in your file system, it’s recommended at your home directory. To do this on macOS, just open the downloaded .tar.gz archive file in the location you want.
If you would like to replace an existing installation, remove the existing google-cloud-sdk directory and extract the archive to the same location. If you already have an existing installation, and you want to replace it, simply delete the old google-cloud-sdk directory and then extract the new package in the same location.
4- Optionally, you can use the install script to install additional Cloud SDK tools in the same PATH. Also, if you wish, you can contribute to command-completion for usage statistics collection and command-completion for your shell.
Execute this script from the exact root of the folder that extracted the SDK:
You can do it also non-interactively using a script or by providing preferences as flags, by executing this command:
To execute the install script with screen reader mode on:
The instruction above installs the default Cloud SDK components including gcloud, gsutil and bq command-line tools.
To manage and use the installation after you have installed Cloud SDK, use commands in the gcloud components command group. Including viewing installed components, installing and removing components, and upgrading the Cloud SDK to a new version or even downgrading to a specific version.
For installing additional components, use the gcloud components install command, or install the suitable deb or RPM packages.
Gcloud for Mobile
To use gcloud on a smart mobile phone, install the Google Cloud Console.
With these instructions, whatever your desire of using gcloud, in the browser, your computer, or simply in your smartphone. Whatever your operating system is, it’s clear that the whole process is quite easy to implement.
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