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Version: FireSquid

Environment set up


For Squid to run we need to have Node.js installed. To do that:

  • On Linux: Use the package manager of you distro or the official binaries.
  • On MacOS: An easy way is to use Homebrew.
  • On Windows: The best bet is to leverage WSL2 and follow this guide. Alternatively, simply use the instructions for Linux directly in WSL.

If Node.js is already present in the system, ensure that version 16 or later is installed. To get the installed version, run:

node --version

Subsquid CLI

Follow these instructions.


The other requisite is Docker, which has similar options: