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Vyper on ChromeOS

  • Last Edit: September 28, 2020

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[[ChromeOS]] is the operating system, based on Gentoo Linux, that runs on Chromebooks.
Since I’ve been using Chromebooks since before they supported Linux natively, there are a variety of notes here related to using ChromeOS “natively” by putting your Chromebook into developer mode.
Today, you should use [[ChromeOS Linux Support]] instead. This is similar to how [[WSL]] works on Windows.
is the operating system, based on Gentoo Linux, that runs on Chromebooks.
Since I’ve been using Chromebooks since before they supported Linux natively, there are a variety of notes here related to using ChromeOS “natively” by putting your Chromebook into developer mode.
Today, you should use [[ChromeOS Linux Support]] instead. This is similar to how [[WSL]] works on Windows.
is the operating system, based on Gentoo Linux, that runs on Chromebooks.
Since I’ve been using Chromebooks since before they supported Linux natively, there are a variety of notes here related to using ChromeOS “natively” by putting your Chromebook into developer mode.
Today, you should use ChromeOS Linux Support instead. This is similar to how [[WSL]] works on Windows.
is the operating system, based on Gentoo Linux, that runs on Chromebooks.
Since I’ve been using Chromebooks since before they supported Linux natively, there are a variety of notes here related to using ChromeOS “natively” by putting your Chromebook into developer mode.
Today, you should use ChromeOS Linux Support instead. This is similar to how [[WSL]] works on Windows.
is the operating system, based on Gentoo Linux, that runs on Chromebooks.
Since I’ve been using Chromebooks since before they supported Linux natively, there are a variety of notes here related to using ChromeOS “natively” by putting your Chromebook into developer mode.
Today, you should use ChromeOS Linux Support instead. This is similar to how WSL works on Windows.

Installing Vyper

Go the main Vyper install instructions.

Follow the MacOS instructions. Assuming you have ChromeBrew installed, get virtualenv setup:

crew install virtualenv

Follow instructions for virtualenv setup:

sudo apt install virtualenv
virtualenv -p python3.6 --no-site-packages ~/vyper-venv
source ~/vyper-venv/bin/activate

Then follow installation:

git clone https://github.com/ethereum/vyper.git
cd vyper
make
make test

These tests take a long time, and are not required.