Before continuing, make sure that the virtual environment is set up and activated.
Create the tables in the database specified in the configuration file:
(venv)$ BYCEPS_CONFIG=../config/development.py byceps create-database-tables Creating database tables ... done.
An initial set of authorization roles is provided as a TOML file. Import it into the database:
(venv)$ BYCEPS_CONFIG=../config/development.py byceps import-roles scripts/data/roles.toml Imported 32 roles.
With the authorization data in place, create the initial user (which will get all available roles assigned):
(venv)$ BYCEPS_CONFIG=../config/development.py byceps create-superuser Screen name: Flynn Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: Creating user "Flynn" ... done. Enabling user "Flynn" ... done. Assigning 33 roles to user "Flynn" ... done.
Those roles allow the user to log in to the admin backend and to access all administrative functionality.