fedora-using colleague just asked me how easy it would be to install
everything necessary to start playing with linux foundation's
hyperledger (blockchain), apparently including hyperledger fabric and
composer, and whatever else can be crammed onto a fully-updated fedora
i poked around, found this:
so i just tried to follow along but i am by no means a node.js expert,
and when i tried to install composer-cli with "npm" globally:
$ sudo npm install -g composer-cli
i get various warnings about deprecated modules, about a bazillion
warnings that i have no permission ...
"to access the dev dir
and warnings like:
"ajv-keywords(a)2.1.1 requires a peer of ajv(a)^5.0.0 but none is
installed. You must install peer dependencies yourself"
which makes me nervous that i have no freaking clue what i'm doing
here, and have no idea which warnings are significant and which
i'm sure i can tease all this out eventually, but has anyone already
gone through this exercise and written it up somewhere?
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA