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 ...
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
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 ...
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 .
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 ...