Pull the image from Docker Hub.
docker pull orcproject/orc
Create a data directory on the host.
Run the ORC container and mount the data directory.
docker run -v ~/.config/orc:/root/.config/orc -t orcproject/orc:latest
Modify the created configuration at
~/.config/orc/config as desired (see
the Configuration Guide) and restart the container for the changes to take
effect. Be sure to expose
BridgePort and map it to the host.
docker run \ --publish 127.0.0.1:4445:4445 \ --volume ~/.config/orc:/root/.config/orc \ --tty orcproject/orc:latest
docker rundocumentation for more information. If you prefer to install ORC manually, see the guide for Manual Installation. Once installed, simply run
orcwith an optional configuration file using the
Once the container has started, you can navigate in your browser to
http://127.0.0.1:4445 to access your node's dashboard! If you did not
BridgeAuthenticationEnabled, you will be asked for supply the
credentials in your configuration file.
To hack on the ORC project, clone this repository and use Docker Compose:
git clone https://github.com/orcproject/orc && cd orc docker-compose up
This will volume mount the the appropriate directories for development, and
then boots up the ORC container. Note that stable releases are tagged and
master branch may contain unstable or bleeding-edge code.
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