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Ananda server

Quick Start Guide

What you need?

Make sure you save the token you get when creating a server in a safe place.

Copy server token

If you haven't already, download the client from the Ananda download page and install it on the designated server(or servers)

What's next? It's easy as 1-2...

Once the client is up and running, click the Ananda logo in the tray icon, select ‘Install token’, and paste the server token.

Login using server key

That’s it! The server will now run as a service on this machine. Going forward, to access this server over the secure, private, Ananda Network you will need to use its new Ananda IP address (e.g. 10.255.0.7). Check the ‘servers’ tab in the admin console for the address, or run the ifconfig command (or ipconfig on Windows) to see the Ananda network interface.

Ananda server cli

Ubuntu and Debian Installation Instructions

  • curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/Ananda/release/script.deb.sh | sudo bash
  • sudo apt-get update
  • sudo apt-get install ananda-core
  • [If you are a regular user] sudo apt install ananda
  • [If you are installing on a server (headless client)] /opt/ananda/core/ananda-cli --login <token>

  • System Requirements

  • Ubuntu 18.0+
  • Debian 9,10
  • CentOS Installation Instructions

  • curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/Ananda/release/script.rpm.sh | sudo bash
  • sudo yum install ananda-core
  • [If you are a regular user] sudo yum install ananda
  • [If you are installing on a server (headless client)] /opt/ananda/core/ananda-cli --login <token>

  • System Requirements

  • CentOS 7