odo can be used as a CLI tool and as an IDE plugin; it can be run on Linux, Windows and Mac systems.
odo supports amd64 architecture for Linux, Mac and Windows. Additionally, it also supports amd64, arm64, s390x, and ppc64le architectures for Linux.
See the release page for more information.
- Download the odo-windows-amd64.exe file.
- Rename the downloaded file to odo.exe and move it to a folder of choice, for example
- Add the location of odo.exe to
%PATH%variable (refer to the steps below).
- Click Search and type
- Select Edit environment variables for your account.
- Select Path from the Variable section and click Edit.
- Click New, add the location where you copied the odo binary (e.g.
C:\odoin Step 2 of Installation into the field or click Browse and select the directory, and click OK.
- Click Start and in the Search box types
Advanced System Settings.
- Select Advanced systems settings and click the Environment Variables button at the bottom.
- Select the Path variable from the System variables section and click Edit.
- Scroll to the end of the Variable value and add
;followed by the location where you copied the odo binary (e.g.
C:\odoin Step 2 of Installation and click OK.
- Click OK to close the Environment Variables dialog.
- Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
The OpenShift VSCode extension uses both odo and oc binary to interact with Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster.
- Open VS Code.
- Launch VS Code Quick Open (Ctrl+P)
- Paste the following command:ext install redhat.vscode-openshift-connector
- Clone the repository and cd into it.git clone https://github.com/openshift/odo.gitcd odo
- Install tools used by the build and test system.make goget-tools
- Build the executable from the sources in
- Check the build version to verify that it was built properly../odo version
- Install the executable in the system's GOPATH.make install
- Check the binary version to verify that it was installed properly; verify that it is same as the build version.odo version