As I said in my last post this step is fairly easy and overall gave me the least amount of trouble.
- Setting up a Hyperledger Fabric development environment on a Raspberry Pi
- Building Hyperledger Fabric on Raspberry Pi
- Setting up a Docker Swarm on Raspberry Pi
- Deploying a Hyperledger Fabric network on the Swarm with Docker Stack and testing with BYFN.
Before we dive in I want to mention some prerequisite equipment you’ll need. You should have at least 3 Raspberry Pis (<– this looks so wrong to me… Pies?) to setup up a true Raspberry Pi Docker Swarm. This means you’ll need SD card for each and a way to power them, I recommend a USB power hub like this (something with 60 watts and 6 ports).