The Minishift team is pleased to announce the release of
Minishift  is a command-line tool that provisions and manages a
single-node OpenShift cluster. You can run Minishift on GNU/Linux,
Microsoft Windows or macOS.
This release adds new features, enhancements, and bug fixes, including:
- Add a minimum OpenShift version for executing add-ons.
As part of the add-on metadata you can now specify the OpenShift version
which needs to be running in order to apply the add-on. For more
information refer .
- A non existent profile can be set as the active profile.
This allows the user to run “profile set” command for the profile the user
wants to create and set persistent configurations against.
For example you can run below commands to create a profile “foo” with 8GB
$ minishift profile set foo
$ minishift config set memory 8GB
$ minishift start
This release also includes many changes and bug fixes, which are
detailed in the release notes . For information about getting
started, using, and developing Minishift, see the documentation .
Please try the new release. The easiest upgrade path is by simply
$ minishift update
We are looking forward to your feedback.
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