Command Line Tool¶
It is possible to run drasyl from the command line using the
drasyl command makes it possible to start up drasyl nodes, generate identities, and more directly from the command line.
You can download the
drasyl command from GitHub.
The download includes a
bin/drasyl executable for Linux/macOS users and a
bin/drasyl.bat for Windows users.
drasyl help to get an overview of available commands and flags:
$ drasyl help Usage: drasyl [flags] drasyl [command] Available Commands: help Show help for drasyl commands and flags. node Run a drasyl node. genidentity Generate and output new Identity. wormhole Transfer a text message from one node to another, safely. version Show the version number. Flags: -c,--config <file> Load configuration from specified file (default: /Users/heiko/drasyl.conf). -h,--help Show this help. -v,--verbose <level> Sets the log level (off, error, warn, info, debug, trace; default: warn) Use "drasyl [command] --help" for more information about a command.
drasyl/drasyl image provides the
drasyl command to the host. So no need to install drasyl on your machine, you can just use this docker image.
$ docker run -i -t drasyl/drasyl version drasyl v0.2.0 (ef906c1) - os.name Linux - os.version 4.19.76-linuxkit - os.arch amd64 - java.version 11.0.8
To run a node:
# generate an identity (this can take some time) $ docker run -i -t drasyl/drasyl genidentity | grep -v "WARNING:" > drasyl.identity.json # start a node $ docker run -i -t -p 22527:22527 \ -v $PWD/drasyl.identity.json:/drasyl.identity.json \ drasyl/drasyl node
This command passes the just generated identity to the docker container and then launch the
drasyl node command.
drasyl command can also be downloaded with Homebrew:
$ brew install drasyl-overlay/tap/drasyl
drasyl command can also be downloaded with Chocolatey:
$ choco install drasyl