# If you do not have root access on the target system, you can still install kubectl to the ~/.local/bin directory: chmod +x kubectl mkdir -p ~/.local/bin mv ./kubectl ~/.local/bin/kubectl # and then append (or prepend) ~/.local/bin to $PATH
Tips Find more information at: https://kubecm.cloud
Usage: kubecm [command]
Available Commands: add Add KubeConfig to $HOME/.kube/config alias Generate aliasfor all contexts clear Clear lapsed context, cluster and user completion Generates bash/zsh completion scripts create Create new KubeConfig(experiment) delete Delete the specified context from the kubeconfig help Help about any command list List KubeConfig merge Merge the KubeConfig files in the specified directory namespace Switch or change namespace interactively rename Rename the contexts of kubeconfig switch Switch Kube Context interactively version Print version info
Lens - The Kubernetes IDE (“Lens IDE”) is a distribution of the OpenLens repository with Team Lens specific customizations released under a traditional EULA.
Lens IDE provides the full situational awareness for everything that runs in Kubernetes. It’s lowering the barrier of entry for people just getting started and radically improving productivity for people with more experience.
Lens IDE a standalone application for MacOS, Windows and Linux operating systems. You can download it free of charge for Windows, MacOS, and Linux from Lens IDE website.