No cluster folder created while installing Kubernetes

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I’m creating my first kubernetes cluster with vagrant. I’ve installed kubernetes, vagrant and libvirt.

My kubectl version shows this 

[root@localhost ~]# kubectl version
Client Version: version.Info{Major:"1", Minor:"0", GitVersion:"v1.0.6", GitCommit:"388061f00f0d9e4d641f9ed4971c775e1654579d", GitTreeState:"clean"}
Server Version: version.Info{Major:"1", Minor:"0", GitVersion:"v1.0.6", GitCommit:"388061f00f0d9e4d641f9ed4971c775e1654579d", GitTreeState:"clean"}

From the documentation I can read that the cluster can be started with:

export KUBERNETES_PROVIDER=vagrant ./cluster/kube-up.sh

But I don’t see "cluster" folder has been created by installing kubernetes, nor the "kube-up.sh" command is available. I can see only the following ones:

kube-apiserver           kube-controller-manager  kubectl                  kubelet                  kube-proxy               kube-scheduler           kube-version-change

Am I missing some steps?

Sep 5, 2018 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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Download the latest release of kubernetes, once you unpack kubernetes.tar.gz you should see a cluster directory with kube-up.sh inside of it that you can execute it as suggested by the documentation.

answered Sep 5, 2018 by Kalgi
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