A volunteer project for Community Breakthrough Support Mission Kenya.
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#Community Breakthrough Support Mission Kenya

CBSM is a charitable organization making a difference in the lives of thousands of needy children through rescue, rehabilitation and reintegration back to society.

Visit the website at https://www.cbsmkenya.org/


There are two ways to run this website, locally or inside a VM.



  • Git
  • Debian or OSX
#1. Clone repository
git clone https://git.sr.ht/~jss/cbsmkenya.org
#2. Install Jekyll

Do you have Ruby installed on your machine? If you're using OSX most likely it will be. If you're running Linux:

Start by installing this stuff:

sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-dev make

ruby and gem should now have been installed on your computer.

Now go ahead and install Jekyll:

sudo gem install jekyll --no-rdoc --no-ri
#3. Run Jekyll

Step into the cbsmkenya.org/ folder and run:

jekyll serve --watch

This will run the Jekyll server and watch for any file changes.

#Virtual Machine


  • Vagrant
  • VirtualBox

Simply run:

vagrant up
vagrant ssh
jekyll serve

Then open http://localhost:4000/.

The initial provision will take some time.

Note: The --watch flag for Jekyll has issues inside the VM, see Stack Overflow and jekyll/jekyll#1763.


Installing Jekyll on Ubuntu: http://michaelchelen.net/81fa/install-jekyll-2-ubuntu-14-04/