Follow the steps on the installation page.
The short version is that you will need rust and junod available.


Assuming you have never worked with rust, you will first need to install some tooling. The standard approach is to use rustup to maintain dependencies and handle updating multiple versions of cargo and rustc, which you will be using.

Installing Rust in Linux and Mac

First, install rustup (opens new window). Once installed, make sure you have the wasm32 target:
rustup default stable
cargo version
# If this is lower than 1.49.0+, update
rustup update stable
rustup target list --installed
rustup target add wasm32-unknown-unknown

Using Juno Testnets

A Juno testnet has been launched to save you the hassle of running a local network and speed up your development.
That said, many users will want to run a local node. Check out this guide to get set up with a single command:
Use go 1.16.3+ for compilingjunodexecutable if you are building from source. If you already are running a validator node, it's likely junod is already accessible. If which junod shows output, then you're probably good to go.
# clone juno repo
git clone && cd juno
git fetch --tags
git checkout v5.0.1
# build juno executable
make install
You will probably also want to ensure you have jq installed.
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