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for development purposes, is it possible to run a private version of EOS on a Raspberry Pi?

what are the required steps to fork, build, then run it on a Raspberry Pi?

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  • Yes! But you have to meet the specification required for EOS on R-Pi. Aug 6 '18 at 8:20
  • I tried to deploy EOS on RPi 3 Model B. By using the docker compose method: it crashed when building docker containers on 'exec user process caused "exec format error"' -> This is highly likely because the docker containers are designed for x64 architecture and not for RPi's ARM. And by using the auto build method: it was frozen after couple minutes of running.
    – FilipR
    Oct 5 '18 at 15:02
  • there are alternatives that use x64 architecture. They cost a little bit more, but for sure it's fun to experiment with it. Make sure it's got minimum 8GB of ram
    – Marcel
    Oct 20 '18 at 17:05

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