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Discussion on: How to implement Hyperledger Fabric External Chaincodes within a Kubernetes cluster

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Can you please tell where ./fabricOps.sh came from ?
Thank you for doing this !

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Christophe CHARLES • Edited

Hi @vanitas92 ,
I have the same question!

And at the beginning, I have this error :
sudo mv bin/* /bin
Password:

mv: rename bin/configtxgen to /bin/configtxgen: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/configtxlator to /bin/configtxlator: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/cryptogen to /bin/cryptogen: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/discover to /bin/discover: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/idemixgen to /bin/idemixgen: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/orderer to /bin/orderer: Operation not permitted
mv: rename bin/peer to /bin/peer: Operation not permitted

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Pau Aragonès Sabaté Author

Ah sorry guys, i have forgot to paste the link to my github repository. You can find everything here:

github.com/vanitas92/fabric-extern...

Regarding the issue of moving to /bin directory, seems like even your root user is not allowed to write there but it is strange, either way you can move the artifacts where $PATH points, you will achieve the same effect :)

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Christophe CHARLES

You will find the code that we are going to use in this Github repository:
github.com/vanitas92/fabric-extern...