A personal server operating function.
The Urbit address space, Azimuth, is now live on the Ethereum blockchain. You can find it at
azimuth.eth. Owners of Azimuth points (galaxies, stars, or planets) can view or manage them using Bridge, and can also use them to boot Arvo, the Urbit OS.
To install and run Urbit, please follow the instructions at urbit.org/docs/getting-started/. You'll be on the live network in a few minutes.
If you're interested in Urbit development, keep reading.
Urbit uses Nix to manage builds. On Linux and macOS you can install Nix via:
curl -L https://nixos.org/nix/install | sh
The Makefile in the project's root directory contains useful phony targets for building, installing, testing, and so on. You can use it to avoid dealing with Nix explicitly.
To build Urbit, for example, use:
The test suite can similarly be run via a simple:
Note that some of the Makefile targets need access to pills tracked via git LFS, so you'll also need to have those available locally:
git lfs install git lfs pull
Contributions of any form are more than welcome! Please take a look at our contributing guidelines for details on our git practices, coding styles, how we manage issues, and so on.
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