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There is an rpm family for Centos 7 - and remember you will need at least 300 GB of hard drive space to keep it running for a while - and the blockchain itself is approaching 200 GB alone. it hits the cPU cores pretty hard, and then you will need good security because it will invite every hacker in the world to break in. Within 12 hours of putting ours up -...


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To solve this, it is necessary install the missing dependencies, in my case I have installed the epel repository too: ~$ sudo yum install -y libXrender mtdev libproxy xcb-util-wm xcb-util-image xcb-util-keysyms mesa-libEGL mesa-libGL compat-libxcb or ~# yum install -y libXrender mtdev libproxy xcb-util-wm xcb-util-image xcb-util-keysyms mesa-libEGL mesa-...


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You need the private key not the public key to do a sweep. Actually it'll be easier if you simply copied the wallet file to the new system. If you have access to the electrum gui then you can create a copy via file > save copy. If you don't then find the wallet file and copy it over.


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There are a number of known issues on the compile side of things (under CentOS) which could be related: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/6432.


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I wrote and tested Makefile for local-user environment for compiling and installing Bitcoin Core UASF patch (https://github.com/UASF/bitcoin) at CentOS https://github.com/Perlover/bitcoin-uasf-makefile Best regards, Perlover :)


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I wrote and tested Makefile for local-user environment for compiling and installing Bitcoin Core UASF patch (https://github.com/UASF/bitcoin) https://github.com/Perlover/bitcoin-uasf-makefile Please README.txt there (why i did it) Best regards, Perlover :)


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