Installing Camel K on OpenShift
Installation of Camel K on OpenShift requires that you execute first some specific actions as cluster-admin.
OpenShift does not always provide full cluster-admin rights to all users, so you may need to contact an administrator to install the Kubernetes custom resources and roles needed by Camel K.
You need to get the kamel CLI (camel-k-client) tool the from release page and put it on your system path (e.g. on
/usr/bin/kamel on Linux).
To install the custom resource definitions and related roles, just execute (with cluster-admin role):
kamel install --cluster-setup
Once you’ve done this only once per the whole cluster, you can login as a standard user and continue with the standard Camel K installation procedure.