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September 10, 2016, 12:22:38 PM
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So I have some AWS funds to blow. I want to stake on a AWS VPS, and I've got it fully set up with an Ubuntu server.

I need help with namely CryptoBullion.

Q1) I have compiled their daemon (I think, I've now created a file called CryptoBullion-qt_64), but I can't seem to execute it (using /home/decoded/CryptoBullion-qt_64). How do I get this working?

Q2) If I somehow get the daemon working, what RPC commands do I use? I've heard it's almost exactly like the bitcoin RPC calls, except bitcoin is PoW.

Q3) I have about 5k CBX in a wallet.dat. How do I move my wallet into my server? Through a FTP client (I'm to lazy to set this up, is there a way to import private keys through RPC?)

Thanks in advance for the help, guys!


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September 10, 2016, 01:24:48 PM
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you cannot run the qt in a vps like that.

you want to follow these instructions::

https://github.com/cryptogenicbonds/CryptoBullion-CBX/blob/master/doc/build-unix.md

which will produce something along the lines of 'cryptobulliond' in the folder /src (sorry didnt look at the makefile to double check names)

to list available rpc calls with the daemon started

Code:
./cryptobulliond --help

should list all available calls


the easiest way would be to dump your private key then import to the new wallet install... this should be something like

Code:
./cryptobulliond importprivkey yourkey

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