Advanced caravel features
Caravel uses an authentication token printed to your terminal to provide security. This way others are not able to connect to your
caravel session and execute
looper commands as you on the remote server.
By default the token is randomly generated upon
caravel launch, but can be also set in the
.token_caravel dotfile like:
Keep in mind that this is a less secure way of authentication as the token is exposed to ones that have the access to the
.token_caravel file. Therefore make sure to set proper read permissions for this file.
caravel -c example_caravel.yaml -d
This will trigger the unsecured mode (no URL token required); point the browser to: http://127.0.0.1:5000 (by default)