You'll find below the available ways of getting the needed
okp4d binary to start a node.
okp4d currently supports the following builds.
You'll find the released binaries on the GitHub repository. These are statically linked builds, so be careful to choose the right binary for your system (i.e.
linux/arm64). Checksums are also provided if you wish to verify the integrity of the download.
To easily install
okp4d from a GitHub release you can use this oneliner script:
curl https://email@example.com! | bash
By principle, take the time to verify the checksum manually.
okp4d binary can be invoked directly through the following docker image:
docker run -ti --rm okp4/okp4d:v3.0.0 --help
Build once, deploy anywhere: The docker image is a multi-arch build supporting both
Build from source
go— OKP4 is built using Go version 19+. Install
1.19+following instructions from the official Go documentation.
make— the project comes with a convenient
Makefileso verify that
makeis properly installed.
git— in order to clone the project you need to have
Clone the okp4/okp4d repo:
git clone https://github.com/okp4/okp4d
okp4d using the provided
You can verify that everything is OK:
You should get an output similar to: