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April 23, 2015, 03:34:50 PM
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I just use rpc commands via terminal. If I need GUI I will just use QT wallet with the same privkeys from my desktop. Honestly I don't need to do much with the daemon, it will run for weeks at a time with no problems or maintenance needed and it stakes like a champion. 2-4 stakes an hour usually Smiley

Nice, that honestly sounds as simple as can be Cheesy

From this perspective buying from us is someone buying the device, and paying us to pre-install all the necessary software/dependencies/builds. We also throw in a web based UI for the end user to do things like get the priv keys to bring into their native QT.

If you ever need a new board, we do accept bitcoin! Wink

I can definitely see the use in having a user friendly pre-setup and ready to go odroid shipped to your door. Just wanted to stop by this thread and give an A+++++ to Odroid hardware.

It's appreciated man Smiley They are less popular but they really are impressive and easy to work with. The odroid is of course the base board here, but also is the micro computer used in my other project Klubcams, there it's used as a dedicated feeder for a businesses live stream of images. Helps get rid of the need for an on-site computer. I'm bringing them to a Google IO conference next month too where myself and other developers will be talking/teaching about developing devices and wearables.

TL;DR - I'm an odroid fan as well haha Smiley thanks for stopping by for sure

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