Currently running on
Netbeast can run on any device that can run Node.js. That being said, there are some requirements that should be met for optimal performance:
- The device should have a min storage of 4GB.
- The device should have a min RAM memory of 1GB for good performance.
Netbeast on Hardware kits
Netbeast has been successfully tested on the following hardware kits:
- Raspberry Pi 2 - Raspbian Jessie
- Raspberry Pi 3 - Raspbian Jessie Lite
- Orange Pi - Raspbian Jessie
- Pine64 - ArchLinux 64 bits
Netbeast on Github
Netbeast is available on its main github repository here
Netbeast on NPM
Netbeast is available on NPM repository here. You can install it easily as follows:
npm install -g netbeast-cli
Netbeast on Docker
Netbeast has its own docker image available here. Now let's see how you can run the docker image.
First you need to install docker. Click here to see how
Once we have all set up, start a docker terminal and see what is the IP assigned to that container
Download the netbeast image from dockerhub
docker pull netbeast/netbeast
docker run -p 49160:8000 -d netbeast/netbeast
This will run your docker container on the port 49160
4.Play with it
Now access to the docker container url
Netbeast on Open-WRT
We have compiled Netbeast for Open-WRT. The only thing you need to do is compile Nodejs on it, see this and install Netbeast in any of this ways.