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Luca Matteis
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There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying those .dat filefiles in this directory should enable bitcoind to read them directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

Edit: also reading more about bitcoind commands, there's a command to import a file directly. So this should probably be better than directly placing the files in the directory:

bitcoind -loadblock=<file> Imports blocks from external blk000??.dat file

There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying those .dat file in this directory should enable bitcoind to read them directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

Edit: also reading more about bitcoind commands, there's a command to import a file directly. So this should probably be better than directly placing the files in the directory:

bitcoind -loadblock=<file> Imports blocks from external blk000??.dat file

There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying those .dat files in this directory should enable bitcoind to read them directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

Edit: also reading more about bitcoind commands, there's a command to import a file directly. So this should probably be better than directly placing the files in the directory:

bitcoind -loadblock=<file> Imports blocks from external blk000??.dat file

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Luca Matteis
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There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying thethose .dat file in this directory should enable bitcoind to read itthem directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. In fact it's just a frontend for the bitcoind server. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

Edit: also reading more about bitcoind commands, there's a command to import a file directly. So this should probably be better than directly placing the files in the directory:

bitcoind -loadblock=<file> Imports blocks from external blk000??.dat file

There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying the .dat file in this directory should enable bitcoind to read it directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. In fact it's just a frontend for the bitcoind server. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying those .dat file in this directory should enable bitcoind to read them directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.

Edit: also reading more about bitcoind commands, there's a command to import a file directly. So this should probably be better than directly placing the files in the directory:

bitcoind -loadblock=<file> Imports blocks from external blk000??.dat file

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Luca Matteis
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There should be a .bitcoin directory once you install bitcoind on your linux box. Copying the .dat file in this directory should enable bitcoind to read it directly.

Bitcoin-QT is actually using bitcoind under the hood. In fact it's just a frontend for the bitcoind server. So it shouldn't be using different structure unless you're using different versions of bitcoind.