Boodha FAQ

Here you can find Boodha's answers to the frequently asked question.

What is Boodha?

Powered by Satea, Boodha is pioneering a new era of decentralized computing power within the dynamic Berachain ecosystem. Boodha is dedicated to breaking down computing power silos on blockchains, creating a network that maximizes returns for all participants. By developing gamified dApps on the Berachain, Boodha unlocks profitable earning methods and connects projects and users across different blockchains. Join us on this transformative journey toward a decentralized universe.

Running the Boodha App

What are the hardware requirements for using the Boodha app?

HardwareMinimumRecommended

Processor

2 Cores

8 Cores

Memory

8 GB RAM

12 GB RAM

Network Bandwidth

50 Mbps

200 Mbps

Free Disk Space

30 GB

1TB SSD

What should I do if I see the error message “Docker is not installed”?

Please install Docker Desktop following Docker official tutorial for your operating system:

Note: Docker on Windows requires users to enable virtualization through WSL 2 or Hyper-V.

WSL 2: Running Windows 10 version 2004 and later (build 19041 and later) or Windows 11 is required.

Hyper-V: Running Windows 10 Home, Professional 21H2 (build 19044) or later, or Enterprise, Education 21H2 (build 19044) or later, or Windows 11 is required.

Please upgrade your Windows system to meet the above requirements. For virtualization tutorials, please refer to: https://docs.docker.com/desktop/troubleshoot/topics/#virtualization

What should I do if I see the error message “Docker Daemon is not running”?

You must check the following:

  1. Is the Docker Desktop working correctly?

  2. Have you updated Docker Desktop to the latest version? Check out here: https://www.docker.com/products/docker-desktop/

What should I do if I see the error message “permission denied while trying to connect to the Docker daemon socket at”?

This error happens typically under Ubuntu system environment; there is a way to deal with this error:

  1. Open the terminal application on the Desktop screen

  2. Run sudo usermod -aG docker $USER ;newgrp docker

  3. Reboot the system

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