Lisk Core Setup
|Pre-Installation||Pre-requisites for installing Lisk Core|
|Installation||Installation instructions for Lisk Core|
|Troubleshooting||List of common issues during setup and how to resolve them|
How to set up a Lisk node on the network
Each subcategory offers a specific guide for each distribution of Lisk Core.
The 3 supported distributions for Lisk Core are : Binary, Docker & Source.
Which distribution should I choose?
The default way to setup Lisk Core.
The binary installation is an easy and automated way to set up Lisk Core, this includes nearly completely automated update scripts and a selection of tools to help maintain a Lisk Node in a seamless way.
Docker adds support for additional platforms upon which to run a Lisk node, e.g. running a Lisk node inside of a Docker on Windows and connecting it via a custom Node on Lisk Hub to Lisk Core, without the need to rent an additional server.
This is made for anyone wishing to develop on the Lisk Core codebase. It also comes with an extensive test-suite, detailed in
README.md. Installation from Source enables a developer to work on the newest codebase for Lisk Core, which might not have been tagged for a release.