yagnadaemon running, you may proceed with running a task as a requestor.
venvmodule installed (it's normally included in the Python distribution).
yagnadaemon, you need to provide it with the previously-generated app key. You do that by setting the appropriate environment variable to a value acquired in the "Generate the app key" step in the quick primer article:
yapapi's codebase so, ensure that you're in the checked-out repository's directory and run:
Computation finished in 77.5s
Negotiated 1 agreements with 1 providers
Provider 'odra' computed 6 tasks
Total cost: 0.218290307253
yajsapi's codebase so, ensure that you're in the checked-out repository's directory and run:
Task sent to provider [...]and subsequently confirmations of task completions.
yarn js:blender -d.
PNGimages with the selected frames of the rendered animation that should appear in the directory from which you ran the example script (
examples/blenderwithin the cloned repository's path if you followed the tutorial precisely) .
idcolumn that you're interested in. This is your the Ethereum address of your yagna node on the Rinkeby testnet. Once you have that address, head to https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/, put the value in the address field there and verify that you see the outgoing payment transactions.