Running Gitian with Docker
This is a streamlined guide for running Gitian builds with Docker on Ubuntu, Debian or Mac hardware.
Ensure you have Docker installed. See https://docs.docker.com/get-docker/ for installation instructions.
If you're using Linux, make sure to go through the Linux post-install
walkthrough, especially the
Manage Docker as a non-root user
section, to avoid having to use
sudo all the time.
Prepare a build workspace
Create a workspace directory (e.g.
cd into it. You'll
only need to run through this setup once so long as you retain the workspace.
curl installed. If on Linux, just do
sudo apt install
# Fetch the `gitian-build.py` script git clone https://gitlab.com/bitcoin-cash-node/bitcoin-cash-node.git cp bitcoin-cash-node/contrib/gitian-build.py . # If you are on a MacOS host, you will need the MacOS-capable fork # of gitian-builder, if on Linux, you can skip this step. git clone -b macos_support_no_debian_cache https://github.com/cculianu/gitian-builder.git # Run the initial Gitian setup ./gitian-build.py --docker --setup # If you need to build for MacOS, also fetch this archive which has been # extracted from the free SDK. mkdir -p gitian-builder/inputs (cd gitian-builder/inputs curl -LO https://github.com/phracker/MacOSX-SDKs/releases/download/10.15/MacOSX10.15.sdk.tar.xz echo "2408d07df7f324d3beea818585a6d990ba99587c218a3969f924dfcc4de93b62 MacOSX10.15.sdk.tar.xz" | sha256sum -c) # This should echo "MacOSX10.15.sdk.tar.xz: OK"
Finally, use the following command to run the build process. Replace
with your GitLab name and replace
23.1.0 with the most recent tag
(without the "v"). Use the latest released version available.
./gitian-build.py --docker --detach-sign --no-commit -b satoshi 23.1.0
See the Verify hashes section of the main Gitian build guide for build verification and signing instructions.