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October 21, 2016, 05:31:01 PM
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 There is literally no instructional guide on how to set up bitcoind on a Debian VPS.

 How do I set this up? What does this even do? Does it send funds or does it create its own wallet? What is going on?
 
 I want to use this on my website, How to do this guide?


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October 21, 2016, 06:20:26 PM
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Download the Linux version of Bitcoin Core from https://bitcoin.org/en/download

Extract it. Inside it is a folder named "bin" and inside that is the bitcoind executable. You can put that somewhere on your PATH or keep it there and add that folder to your PATH.

Then you run bitcoind and that's it. It will download the entire blockchain and create a new wallet. You can interact with it by using HTTP Post requests with json format to call RPC methods or use the bitcoin-cli binary to call the RPC methods.

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October 21, 2016, 06:31:32 PM
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Also maybe this one can help you for configure reference here https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin#Bitcoin.conf_Configuration_File
I hope it helps.. honestly i try to start to install this before but i am not successful because of a lots of files to download and luck of knowledge in programming..


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October 21, 2016, 08:56:32 PM
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Download the Linux version of Bitcoin Core from https://bitcoin.org/en/download

Extract it. Inside it is a folder named "bin" and inside that is the bitcoind executable. You can put that somewhere on your PATH or keep it there and add that folder to your PATH.

Then you run bitcoind and that's it. It will download the entire blockchain and create a new wallet. You can interact with it by using HTTP Post requests with json format to call RPC methods or use the bitcoin-cli binary to call the RPC methods.
Also maybe this one can help you for configure reference here https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin#Bitcoin.conf_Configuration_File
I hope it helps.. honestly i try to start to install this before but i am not successful because of a lots of files to download and luck of knowledge in programming..
I don't need to setup a bitcoin core, I just need bitcoind daemon.

 I've found this guide https://gist.github.com/dizda/8c1e9e8a8da8e35d1730 



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October 21, 2016, 09:00:24 PM
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I don't need to setup a bitcoin core, I just need bitcoind daemon.

 I've found this guide https://gist.github.com/dizda/8c1e9e8a8da8e35d1730  
Bitcoin Core is bitcoind. They are the exact some software except one has a gui (bitcoin core, a.k.a bitcoin-qt) and the other doesn't (bitcoind).

you can follow that guide, but the version of the software is old. The latest is 0.13.0, that guide uses 0.9.3. It also has you build from source, which is completely unnecessary because precompiled binaries already exist.

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October 21, 2016, 09:48:56 PM
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I don't need to setup a bitcoin core, I just need bitcoind daemon.

 I've found this guide https://gist.github.com/dizda/8c1e9e8a8da8e35d1730  
Bitcoin Core is bitcoind. They are the exact some software except one has a gui (bitcoin core, a.k.a bitcoin-qt) and the other doesn't (bitcoind).

you can follow that guide, but the version of the software is old. The latest is 0.13.0, that guide uses 0.9.3. It also has you build from source, which is completely unnecessary because precompiled binaries already exist.
I see, is there other way to use light BTC daemon. I haven't this much of ram with my VPS.



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October 21, 2016, 09:55:27 PM
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I see, is there other way to use light BTC daemon. I haven't this much of ram with my VPS.
You could try Electrum. Electrum also has a similar RPC command thing, but I personally do not have a lot of experience with it. You can read some documentation about it here: http://docs.electrum.org/en/latest/.

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