If you got the source via git, you can checkout on the latest stable release tag, currently v0.8.1 using the git command git checkout v0.8.1.
When you did not setup git, you can simply download the source from that tag version from the webpage you suggested using either the .zip or .tar.gz link underneath the tag name. vX.X.X releases are stable ones, while ...
As mentioned by Andrew, this is due to macOS' enforcement of notarization requirements.
This can be bypassed by right clicking on the application, then selecting Open - A dialog will popup warning you that it is not verified, but this one will have an Open button.
Once you open the application through the above process once, a regular double click will work ...
You really don't have to be too computer savvy to own & trade in bitcoins. If you are a newbie, this explanation might help you figure out how to participate.
A "wallet" is where you store your bitcoins. You can have a wallet on your computer, or you can have a web-based wallet online. A great comparison is to think of email. You can use Outlook or ...
I was able to successfully install Bitcoin ABC on Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS, alongside Bitcoin Core, using these instructions:
Download the appropriate binary from here: https://download.bitcoinabc.org/
For me, the command would be:
Extract the archive:
tar xzvf bitcoin-...
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 -...
You will have to rebuild OpenSSL, since the build shipped by Fedora/Red Hat does not include support for elliptic curve cryptography, on which Bitcoin relies. So you have to build your own.
Once that's done, you can get on with building Bitcoin normally, provided you point it at your private build of OpenSSL with -rpath.
Or, you can just skip all the work ...
You may need to slightly modify the following steps for your needs:
ssh or log into the machine
Make sure that git is installed.
sudo apt-get install git
Clone the github repo
git clone https://github.com/rat4/blackcoin.git
Follow the instructions from the installation documentation which are:
Install the dependencies.
sudo apt-get install build-...
The problem with running a network facing daemon as root, is that if in the future there is an exploit found for that daemon then potentially an attacker could execute code on your machine as root. This gives the attacker unlimited accesses to your machine. To fix this you would need to create a user/group that your daemon can run as and also assign that ...
GUIminer "just worked" on my late-2012 MBP-R. https://github.com/downloads/pletoss/poclbm/guiminer-poclbm-macosx.dmg ...Just drag it to a writeable folder somewhere.
Colin's comment is correct, of course-- the low-voltage/power-stingy GPU, though awesome for a laptop, is not a match for the desktop screamers serious miners use to heat their homes. On ...
This is a guide I used to install a full node on a Raspberry Pi 3B with 1GB of RAM.
You have to compile the code and therefore need a RAM swap on an external HDD. Make sure it is mounted correctly, or it will wear out the sd card!
You need to compile them from source or download their binary. Since they both use the same port, you will need to start one of them with -listen=0 command-line argument. Please see this discussion on github for more info: https://github.com/Bitcoin-ABC/bitcoin-abc/issues/25
Compile from source at https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin
Download at ...
The particular desktop environment does not have a direct impact as long as you have the necessary libraries for running Qt applications.
On Debian (or Debian-Based distributions, such as Ubuntu) the following command should install the dependencies necessary for the UI:
sudo apt-get install libqt5gui5 libqt5core5a libqt5dbus5 qttools5-dev qttools5-dev-...
It does work. Yes you need an external HD for the blockchain data (unless you want to run a pruned node) and Raspian is fine.
In my opinion the best tutorial for setting up a full node on RP3 is this:
Damian Mee's Guide
A version for XP can be downloaded from github. This is actually 93.3 not 92.3. It says "Armory 0.93.3 for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8+ (64-bit)"
I have not used this version and cannot vouch for it in any way.
As I expect you know, Windows-XP is an insecure operating system. Microsoft stopped supporting XP in 2014, 5 years ago now. Personally I'd install ...
You probably need a newer version of gcc.
This helped me fix for Ubuntu: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1140183/install-gcc-9-on-ubuntu-18-04
TL&DR: adds custom PPA repo so you will able to upgrade:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test
sudo apt update
sudo apt --fix-broken install
You can just copy your wallet.dat from your local wallet directory. If using windows it will be in %appdata%/Bitcoin. After reformatting download a fresh copy of Bitcoin Core and replace the wallet.dat with the one you saved prior to reformatting.
There's also the method of using the backupwallet and importwallet commands. https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-...
I wrote and tested Makefile for local-user environment for compiling and installing Bitcoin Core UASF patch (https://github.com/UASF/bitcoin) at CentOS
Best regards, Perlover :)
I wrote and tested Makefile for local-user environment for compiling and installing Bitcoin Core UASF patch (https://github.com/UASF/bitcoin)
Please README.txt there (why i did it)
Best regards, Perlover :)
Building from source is an issue because the BerkeleyDB version shipped with Debian Jessie (Stable atm) is different from the version used with bitcoind. For this reason I personally chose to run the prebuilt binaries and verify the checksums after downloading (one could argue this isn't as secure as building the source yourself).
BITCOIN_ROOT and ...