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I have installed bitcoin core on mac and accessed the config file from the preferences tab on the bitcoin-qt.

Now, I have started testnet on it by the below settings.

testnet=1
server=1
rpcuser=xxxxx
rpcpassword=xxxxxx
rpctimeout=30000
rpcport=8332

I was able to run it properly. so I thought of accessing the RPC from other systems, so I have assigned a public IP to it and in the config file, I have mentioned

rpcallowip=0.0.0.0

Now, I tried starting qt on my mac but unable to start it as it throws Invalid -rpcallowip subnet specification and I could not open the preferences tab and then open the configuration file.

I have tried to access the folder directly by going to the location '~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin/' but there was no folder named Bitcoin in my mac.

Is there any other location, where it would be?

I have searched the entire system using bitcoin.conf but found no results.

can anyone help me on this?

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    How did you put that config file (the top snippet) if there was non in that folder? The subnet specification might mean that you need to add a /n suffix to the IP, like 0.0.0.0/0. This is useful to allow all on local network, like this 192.168.0.0/24. Commented Oct 3, 2017 at 12:53
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    Hello @StevenRoose : thanks for the reply. I've done it from bitcoin qt where there is an option to open configuration file from preferences tab.
    – RealSteel
    Commented Oct 4, 2017 at 4:08
  • Finally I found an answer using this comment here
    – RealSteel
    Commented Oct 14, 2017 at 9:16

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I just needed to solve a similar issue of modifying the config file through the preference tab and then I could not launch Bitcoin Qt anymore.

The bitcoin.config file is located here /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin

But you need to go to the Finder app and hit cmd ⌘+⇧ shift+. first to show hidden folders and files.

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