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fork of darkability/freenet-docker now whit 1477 version
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What is this?

I've taken the Freenet setup process and gotten it working on the java 8
official Docker image. There's still some rough edges that I may get around to
addressing but right now you should be conscious of:

  • relies on host networking for correct network setup
  • node.opennet.listenPort is always 28585
  • node.listenPort is always 60332
  • I'm mapping /dev/urandom of the host machine over /dev/random. This is
    terrible security practice. It's there because otherwise the node can take
    hours gathering enough entropy to start.

Getting Started

via makefile

Just type make to build and run locally. Customize by editing
.development.env

Via Compose:

Construct an env file that sets the following, all in bytes:

INPUT_BANDWIDTH
OUTPUT_BANDWIDTH
STORE_SIZE

Run:

ENV_FILE=foo TAG=latest docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up

If running directly:

INPUT_BANDWIDTH=??? OUTPUT_BANDWIDTH=??? STORE_SIZE=??? \
  docker run --rm -it --net=host darkability/freenet

Deploying to DigitalOcean

I've included digitalocean.makefile that includes several makefile tasks that
will help co-ordinate bringing up a docker machine and running the Freenet image
on it.

See bring_it_up.sh for the intended usage. Take care with clean_it_up.sh as
it assumes this is the only machine you will be running in your environment.

At a high level, the process of deployment is simply

  1. Bring up a vagrant machine or re-use the existing one
  2. Use docker-machine env to get your docker agent talking remotely
  3. Bring up Freenet
  4. Tunnel to the machine with port fowarding
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