EOS Quick-start [Part 4] — Run Local Testnet.
This is part 4 of EOS quick-start. Please makesure you have completed [ Part 2 ] Install from sources and have all requirements installed.
Also refer to [ Part 1 ] Introduction for basic information on EOS.IO
Run EOS.IO Local Testnet
after the build successfully finished, you need to run
nodeos --config-dir ./config --data-dir ./data
this will generate
config folder with default
config.ini file in you working folder, then stop it with
Ctrl + C.
EOS quick-start. [Part 2] — Install from sources.
This is part 2 of EOS quick-start. Please refer to [ Part 1 ] Introduction for basic information on EOS.IO
Installation and configuration
In EOS.IO there are three main progreams that weare going to use througout this tutorials:
nodeosis n EOS node daemon
keosdis a wallet keys daemon
cleosis a cli - command line interface tool
Option 1. Run Docker image
This is the simplest and easiest way. Just run the following command to get into EOS enabled shell:
docker run -it eosio/eos:latest /bin/bash
Option 2. Build using build script
So according to the README on https://github.com/EOSIO/eos, all I need to do to run local testnet is:[Read More]
EOS quick-start. [Part 1] — Introduction.
What the heck is EOS, and why should I care?
According to EOS.IO: EOS is a software that introduces a blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications.
But what does it mean?..[Read More]