here a bash script for see the live progress
create a file nano [nom fichier] and copy the code below
run script with bash [nom fichier]
stop script by type on your keyboard
sleepTime=4 #set time between updates
blocksTotal=$(wget -O - http://blockchain.info/q/getblockcount 2>/dev/null)
As I don't have enough reputation to add a comment to hsmiths (correct!) answer above:
I found I had to also add a line to tell logrotate to switch users to the bitcoin user (as I run bitcoind as its own user) using the format: su - $user $group. Also as I installed the systemd service as per the bitcoin github example I had a different PID location. This ...
I am also new to slushpool with bfgminer.
follow steps if it works to you .
then enter url
then it will ask username with worker
thats it .
This is how I usually do it. Check the wget links in https://bitcoincore.org/bin
# Download Bitcoin Core packages for Ubuntu
# check the checksum and fingerprint //optional
According to https://github.com/romanz/electrs
The server indexes the entire Bitcoin blockchain, and the resulting index enables fast queries for any given user wallet, allowing the user to keep real-time track of his balances and his transaction history using the Electrum wallet.
Supports Electrum protocol v1.4
It seems to me there are at least three ways ...
Why is there currently no bitcoin package in Debian?
Your link also says:
Problems while searching for a new upstream version high
2 security issues in sid high
Depends on packages which need a new maintainer normal
The package has not entered testing ...
Have you checked the following:
do you use bitcoin rpc standard port for the network you are using? If not or not sure specify it explicitly with --daemon-rpc-addr 127.0.0.1:8332
Are you sure the .cookie file is in the default position? Try the explicit option --cookie username:password
Is bitcoind on the same machine? By default only rpc connection from ...