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Edit: you’re using the wrong architecture bitcoind binary, gnueabihf means armv7 hard float, which is 32-bit. There are 3 possibilities: Download the correct Bitcoin binary for arm64 architecture (preferred); Use 32-bit OS; Install 32-bit compatibility layer on 64-bit OS. — Type ldd /usr/local/bin/bitcoind to check what libraries you’re missing. Most ...


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The two points raised in the comments are necessary to compile bitcoin core v0.10.0. First the best way to install Boost libraries in unix is described in build_unix.md, where in the Boost section we have sudo su ./bootstrap.sh ./bjam install but for v0.10.0 we need at least version 1.57 of Boost that can be found here. We will also need older versions of ...


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I am also new to slushpool with bfgminer. follow steps if it works to you . sudo bfgminer then enter url stratum+tcp://stratum.slushpool.com:3333 then it will ask username with worker username.worker then password thats it .


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To start bitcoind at startup on a system using systemd, use the service configuration provided in contrib/init/ from the root of the bitcoin-core repository. You can then manage bitcoind as any other systemd service (and possibly have some other rely on it, such as a Lightning Network implementation's service). systemctl start bitcoind systemctl stop ...


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