How to do it...

You may configure Red PNDA by following the succeeding commands. First clone the project code base:

$ git clone https://github.com/pndaproject/red-pnda.git
$ cd red-pnda

Build it as a super user.

$ sudo su
$ bash scripts/install-dependencies.sh wlo1

In the preceding command, replace wlo1 with one of your active network interfaces. You may find it by using the ifconfig command in Linux and ipcofig in Windows.

The build requires an internet connection as it downloads the required dependencies. You may monitor the status of the build from the logs, as the build logs are verbose. Sample configuration logs (as observed in my laptop during the build) are provided in the file 21_1_configure_red_pnda_output for your reference. After ...

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