- Ubuntu 64 bit 18.04 AMD/Intel
- 4GB RAM
- 20+GB HDD (depending on number of blockchain projects)
Run as root
ssh root@host curl https://cakeshop.dev/setup.sh | sudo bash
- Verus (in dev)
- CHIPS (in dev)
- More to come including marketmaker-in-a-box, iguana-in-a-box and other blockchains (BTC/LTC/ZEC/DGB/etc.)
Komodo-in-a-Box helps individuals and group take back control of their economy by defining a one-click, easy-to-deploy blockchain+services server. This is a continuation of the original cakeshop in a box project.
Please see https://cakeshop.dev/komodo-in-a-box for the project's website and setup guide!
Below is the original content from cakeshopinabox & from mailinabox, where this project got it's inspiration
Project goals are to:
- Make deploying a good blockchain server easy.
- Promote innovation, and self-determination on the web.
- Build community projects and proof of concepts for people to learn
- Not make a totally unhackable, NSA-proof server.
- Not make something customizable by power users.
Cakeshop-in-a-Box turns a fresh Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 64-bit machine into a working blockchain server by installing and configuring various components.
It is a turnkey blockchain appliance. There are no user-configurable setup options. It "just works".
The components installed are:
Custom blockchain platform by (Komodo) for building ecosystems.
It also includes:
See the setup guide for detailed, user-friendly instructions.
For experts, start with a completely fresh (really, I mean it) Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 64-bit machine. On the machine...
Clone this repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/Komodo-Cakeshop/cakeshopinabox $ cd cakeshopinabox $ sudo setup/start.sh
Original Mail-In-a-Box Information
The following is info from Mail-In-a-Box where I got the inspiration to create Cakeshop-In-a-Box.
Optional: Download Josh's PGP key and then verify that the sources were signed by him:
$ curl -s https://keybase.io/joshdata/key.asc | gpg --import gpg: key C10BDD81: public key "Joshua Tauberer <firstname.lastname@example.org>" imported $ git verify-tag v0.41 gpg: Signature made ..... using RSA key ID C10BDD81 gpg: Good signature from "Joshua Tauberer <email@example.com>" gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature! gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner. Primary key fingerprint: 5F4C 0E73 13CC D744 693B 2AEA B920 41F4 C10B DD81
You'll get a lot of warnings, but that's OK. Check that the primary key fingerprint matches the fingerprint in the key details at https://keybase.io/joshdata and on his personal homepage. (Of course, if this repository has been compromised you can't trust these instructions.)
Checkout the tag corresponding to the most recent release:
$ git checkout v0.41
Begin the installation.
$ sudo setup/start.sh
For help, DO NOT contact Josh directly --- I don't do tech support by email or tweet (no exceptions).
Post your question on the discussion forum instead, where maintainers and Mail-in-a-Box users may be able to help you.
Contributing and Development
Mail-in-a-Box is an open source project. Your contributions and pull requests are welcome. See CONTRIBUTING to get started.
- In 2007 I wrote a relatively popular Mozilla Thunderbird extension that added client-side SPF and DKIM checks to mail to warn users about possible phishing: add-on page, source.
- In August 2013 I began Mail-in-a-Box by combining my own mail server configuration with the setup in "NSA-proof your email in 2 hours" and making the setup steps reproducible with bash scripts.
- Mail-in-a-Box was a semifinalist in the 2014 Knight News Challenge, but it was not selected as a winner.
- Mail-in-a-Box hit the front page of Hacker News in April 2014, September 2014, May 2015, and November 2016.
- FastCompany mentioned Mail-in-a-Box a roundup of privacy projects on June 26, 2015.