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Setting up CAPE
Set up your system to run the CAPE demo
This guide describes how to run CAPE on a local computer (laptop or desktop) running Windows, MacOS, or Linux. We do not require or recommend using a VPS to run CAPE.
Running the CAPE demo UI requires
docker-compose. Docker is used to safely run the CAPE container, which serves the UI locally and manages wallet functionality.
To begin, open a terminal.
If you don't have
docker-compose, then run the following commands:
1. For Mac users, install Homebrew:
If you are on MacOS and don’t have Homebrew, install Homebrew first:
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"
Note: If you have not used Homebrew before or are new to Terminal, you may need to install developer tools through the command:
3. Run the following command to obtain the
docker-composefile that we will use:
4. With docker running, run
docker-composein your terminal, in the same directory where the
docker-compose.yamlfile was downloaded. To avoid setup issues, please run
If you have interacted with the CAPE UI before, first you should run the following command. CAUTION: this command will delete all your local containers!
docker-compose down -v
Run the following commands:
You should see the following screen in your terminal when the wallet is running after you run