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October 27, 2017, 06:08:58 PM
Last edit: October 27, 2017, 06:27:15 PM by enigs
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Hey! I'll be glad to help you. If you just run /.solarisd, it assumes that your wallet dir is /home/user/.solaris. And this is exactly where your solaris.conf should be.

If you have solaris.conf file elsewhere, type
Code:
# to copy from current directory
cp solaris.conf ~/.solaris/.
otherwise, you could re-create it in correct location
Code:
vi ~/.solaris/solaris.conf

Switch to insert mode by pressing 'i' or 'ins'

Paste your config and save file:

Press Esc to switch to command mode

type

:wq

and press Enter

Thank you so much for helping out.  The main issue here is that on my VPS (the one recommended in the setup guide), when I log in it puts me in the root directory and that's where I installed solaris.  Should I have gone back and into the home directory and installed solaris there?  I've tried following this guide to the letter yet somehow I'm stuck.  It doesn't help that nano won't run on my VPS and I have to use vi.

I followed your instructions anyway on creating a conf file in that home subdirectory but then there was no user subdirectory, or anything.

Sorry, I don't know why I'm having such trouble with this.

EDIT: Upon further inspection the error message indeed says

Error: To use solarisd, or the -server option to solaris-qt, you must set an rpcpassword in the configuration file:
/root/.solaris/solaris.conf

But there is indeed a solaris.conf file in that exact directory, with a password set.  I am so confused.  I'm looking right at a file it's telling me doesn't exist.

I'm about ready to just scratch the VPS and run the masternode off my Pi since it runs 24/7 anyway and I've staked coins for weeks on end with no issue.  If I shouldn't do that, let me know, but the VPS is staring to be more trouble than it's worth.  Thanks again for all the help.
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October 27, 2017, 07:31:49 PM
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Hey! I'll be glad to help you. If you just run /.solarisd, it assumes that your wallet dir is /home/user/.solaris. And this is exactly where your solaris.conf should be.

If you have solaris.conf file elsewhere, type
Code:
# to copy from current directory
cp solaris.conf ~/.solaris/.
otherwise, you could re-create it in correct location
Code:
vi ~/.solaris/solaris.conf

Switch to insert mode by pressing 'i' or 'ins'

Paste your config and save file:

Press Esc to switch to command mode

type

:wq

and press Enter

Thank you so much for helping out.  The main issue here is that on my VPS (the one recommended in the setup guide), when I log in it puts me in the root directory and that's where I installed solaris.  Should I have gone back and into the home directory and installed solaris there?  I've tried following this guide to the letter yet somehow I'm stuck.  It doesn't help that nano won't run on my VPS and I have to use vi.

I followed your instructions anyway on creating a conf file in that home subdirectory but then there was no user subdirectory, or anything.

Sorry, I don't know why I'm having such trouble with this.

EDIT: Upon further inspection the error message indeed says

Error: To use solarisd, or the -server option to solaris-qt, you must set an rpcpassword in the configuration file:
/root/.solaris/solaris.conf

But there is indeed a solaris.conf file in that exact directory, with a password set.  I am so confused.  I'm looking right at a file it's telling me doesn't exist.

I'm about ready to just scratch the VPS and run the masternode off my Pi since it runs 24/7 anyway and I've staked coins for weeks on end with no issue.  If I shouldn't do that, let me know, but the VPS is staring to be more trouble than it's worth.  Thanks again for all the help.

maybe I read over it.
but how do you log in on your vps.
what I do for Insert config file is use. winscp.
so you really see it is on the right place .
and you see everything is correct
maybe that helps
but also think you first change too Solaris map and then use command .
And if really needed I can send you the config file and you only have too adjust with your own things.


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October 27, 2017, 08:19:41 PM
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Looks interesting worth a check
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Please support Solaris_Xevan to get list on tradesatoshi. You have 1 free vote per day, remember to vote everyday!
https://www.tradesatoshi.com/Vote
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Please support Solaris_Xevan to get list on tradesatoshi. You have 1 free vote per day, remember to vote everyday!
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Thanks all!
Thanks for the information @divedaucd. I will vote for Solaris (xevan algorithm) for sure.
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Please support Solaris_Xevan to get list on tradesatoshi. You have 1 free vote per day, remember to vote everyday!
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Thanks all!
Yeah, let's start voting for Solaris on Tradesatoshi exchange. Thanks, @divedaucd!
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Anyone have the nodes to assist me in syncing my NIST5 wallet?

Thanks a bunch guys!
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Anyone have the nodes to assist me in syncing my NIST5 wallet?

Thanks a bunch guys!
Here are my working nodes for NIST5:

Code:
[
{
"addr" : "146.185.135.35:18920",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1509166027,
"lastrecv" : 1509166028,
"conntime" : 1509165963,
"version" : 60013,
"subver" : "/Solaris:1.0.0/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 201652,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.110.181:18920",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1509165997,
"lastrecv" : 1509166028,
"conntime" : 1509165997,
"version" : 60013,
"subver" : "/Solaris:1.0.0/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 201654,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "94.130.19.114:18920",
"services" : "00000000",
"lastsend" : 1509166015,
"lastrecv" : 0,
"conntime" : 1509166015,
"version" : 0,
"subver" : "",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : -1,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "176.215.217.37:18920",
"services" : "00000000",
"lastsend" : 1509166016,
"lastrecv" : 0,
"conntime" : 1509166016,
"version" : 0,
"subver" : "",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : -1,
"banscore" : 0
}
]
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Anyone have the nodes to assist me in syncing my NIST5 wallet?

Thanks a bunch guys!
Here are my working nodes for NIST5:

Code:
[
{
"addr" : "146.185.135.35:18920",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1509166027,
"lastrecv" : 1509166028,
"conntime" : 1509165963,
"version" : 60013,
"subver" : "/Solaris:1.0.0/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 201652,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "62.210.110.181:18920",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1509165997,
"lastrecv" : 1509166028,
"conntime" : 1509165997,
"version" : 60013,
"subver" : "/Solaris:1.0.0/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 201654,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "94.130.19.114:18920",
"services" : "00000000",
"lastsend" : 1509166015,
"lastrecv" : 0,
"conntime" : 1509166015,
"version" : 0,
"subver" : "",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : -1,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "176.215.217.37:18920",
"services" : "00000000",
"lastsend" : 1509166016,
"lastrecv" : 0,
"conntime" : 1509166016,
"version" : 0,
"subver" : "",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : -1,
"banscore" : 0
}
]

Thanks, it work well for my wallet. I just tried syncing Nist5 wallet, I am not qualified enough for joining the airdrop by now.
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October 28, 2017, 09:04:40 AM
Last edit: October 28, 2017, 10:41:59 AM by starl1ng
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Hey! I'll be glad to help you. If you just run /.solarisd, it assumes that your wallet dir is /home/user/.solaris. And this is exactly where your solaris.conf should be.

If you have solaris.conf file elsewhere, type
Code:
# to copy from current directory
cp solaris.conf ~/.solaris/.
otherwise, you could re-create it in correct location
Code:
vi ~/.solaris/solaris.conf

Switch to insert mode by pressing 'i' or 'ins'

Paste your config and save file:

Press Esc to switch to command mode

type

:wq

and press Enter

Thank you so much for helping out.  The main issue here is that on my VPS (the one recommended in the setup guide), when I log in it puts me in the root directory and that's where I installed solaris.  Should I have gone back and into the home directory and installed solaris there?  I've tried following this guide to the letter yet somehow I'm stuck.  It doesn't help that nano won't run on my VPS and I have to use vi.

I followed your instructions anyway on creating a conf file in that home subdirectory but then there was no user subdirectory, or anything.

Sorry, I don't know why I'm having such trouble with this.

EDIT: Upon further inspection the error message indeed says

Error: To use solarisd, or the -server option to solaris-qt, you must set an rpcpassword in the configuration file:
/root/.solaris/solaris.conf

But there is indeed a solaris.conf file in that exact directory, with a password set.  I am so confused.  I'm looking right at a file it's telling me doesn't exist.

I'm about ready to just scratch the VPS and run the masternode off my Pi since it runs 24/7 anyway and I've staked coins for weeks on end with no issue.  If I shouldn't do that, let me know, but the VPS is staring to be more trouble than it's worth.  Thanks again for all the help.

I got it. You did not create a user, so you're logging in as a root. Well, you can do it that way, although it is recommended to create a user anyway. And enable/update the firewall

To create a user and start firewall you could do something like this (assuming you're logged in as root):

Code:
# choose a username, i assumed that username would be masternode
adduser masternode

# enter new password, you can skip other options like name and room number

# add that user to sudoers
usermod -aG sudo masternode

# add firewall rules, it is not necessary to start the firewall, but my inner paranoid says that the firewall is a must-have
# allow 22 port for ssh
ufw allow 22
# allow 60020 port for masternode
ufw allow 60020
# enable the firewall
ufw enable

# now, you can exit and reconnect as a new user 'masternode'
exit

ssh masternode@<your-ip>

# you will be logged in as a masternode user and will see a nice coloured command prompt
# from here, all the instructions should work fine, your home directory will be /home/masternode
# solaris wallet will be in /home/masternode/.solaris after you first start the solarisd

But, if you want, you still can use 'root' user. This user's home dir is located at /root
So you just need to replace /home/user/ from my previous answer with /root/, or with just ~/ (that means home directory)

I would also recommend to add daemon=1 option to solaris.conf on your masternode to start solarisd as a daemon

And about your update - /root/.solaris/solaris.conf is indeed the file you need to modify to run solarisd under the root user.
You can check if that file is empty or not by running
Code:
# this would output the file contents
cat /root/.solaris/solaris.conf

or edit it
Code:
vi /root/.solaris/solaris.conf
# switch to insert mode 'i' and paste content of your solaris.conf
# press esc to switch back to command mode
:wq
# hit enter
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October 28, 2017, 10:18:57 AM
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Yeah, Solaris looks to be strong coin due to it stay for a long time above $1. After swapping from Nist5-algorithmed coin, Solaris saw strong, steady movements. I really hope that the team of developers could keep up their good works for Solaris. Happy mining.
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I use the Solaris signature(at free will), but it has not been updated with the Xevan protocol. When will it happen?l
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I use the Solaris signature(at free will), but it has not been updated with the Xevan protocol. When will it happen?l

Probable in December after swap is complete. For Sr. Member and Hero and Legendary rank is already updated to Xevan algorithm.
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Any guides for a rapberry pi wallet instal? Mine is not synchronising.
In win it easy with conf file... but i'm newbee in rasp.
Pls Help)
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Hi,

How to sync Nist5 algorithm wallet? Thank you.
Hi,

How to sync Nist5 algorithm wallet? Thank you.
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Please add those nodes into your solariscoin.conf file
Code:
addnode=100.38.72.134
addnode=104.237.90.191
addnode=104.237.91.49
addnode=109.129.161.157
addnode=109.13.197.20
addnode=113.66.62.137
addnode=115.79.5.135
addnode=122.57.182.27
addnode=138.68.108.250
addnode=139.167.4.225
addnode=139.167.5.218
addnode=145.249.247.99
addnode=145.255.141.116
addnode=146.185.135.35
addnode=151.18.108.170
addnode=151.18.65.168
addnode=151.34.141.14
addnode=151.68.11.50
addnode=155.143.193.174
addnode=158.69.245.58
addnode=167.114.103.43
addnode=172.100.149.195
addnode=172.104.156.182
addnode=172.90.127.97
addnode=173.66.26.97
addnode=174.3.144.119
addnode=175.143.194.122
addnode=178.163.60.215
addnode=178.215.98.57
addnode=179.125.97.169
addnode=179.187.45.17
addnode=180.235.33.120
addnode=184.155.209.93
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=185.183.99.171
addnode=185.48.36.137
addnode=185.51.187.161
addnode=185.92.223.144
addnode=188.235.159.180
addnode=188.40.78.31
addnode=191.33.71.243
addnode=194.242.121.251
addnode=200.53.18.220
addnode=203.206.160.157
addnode=203.59.236.69
addnode=204.27.59.90
addnode=212.198.211.71
addnode=212.92.115.117
addnode=212.92.115.147
addnode=213.138.83.30
addnode=213.80.220.210
addnode=23.118.79.28
addnode=27.253.50.0
addnode=27.60.156.251
addnode=31.128.224.236
addnode=37.112.122.111
addnode=37.99.11.220
addnode=46.147.193.168
addnode=49.149.6.44
addnode=5.141.211.188
addnode=5.228.233.54
addnode=5.3.246.250
addnode=51.15.164.53
addnode=52.74.235.181
addnode=59.127.206.103
addnode=62.210.110.181
addnode=66.108.15.5
addnode=68.149.134.110
addnode=68.168.176.187
addnode=68.196.244.12
addnode=71.197.2.127
addnode=71.201.209.44
addnode=71.35.33.139
addnode=71.62.124.253
addnode=73.76.129.232
addnode=74.12.138.56
addnode=76.170.114.130
addnode=78.137.5.155
addnode=78.46.227.52
addnode=79.101.238.198
addnode=79.181.118.251
addnode=81.158.97.96
addnode=85.99.43.21
addnode=86.143.246.107
addnode=86.191.23.129
addnode=86.88.39.133
addnode=87.114.89.51
addnode=88.153.26.199
addnode=88.192.49.243
addnode=88.99.226.34
addnode=88.99.5.208
addnode=89.47.15.89
addnode=91.240.208.235
addnode=91.89.110.157
addnode=92.249.198.61
addnode=92.49.215.97
addnode=93.126.95.110
addnode=94.130.19.114
addnode=94.189.187.150
addnode=95.19.129.102
addnode=95.19.129.165
addnode=95.19.136.33
addnode=95.21.108.166
addnode=95.21.97.221
addnode=95.23.240.110
addnode=95.23.242.240
addnode=98.27.178.177
Then run the wallet again, it will be synced perfectly with the network. But of course, it take for a while.
Hope it helps!

Bythe way, the price looks good, still above $1. Thanks God.
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/solaris/
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Please support Solaris_Xevan to get list on tradesatoshi. You have 1 free vote per day, remember to vote everyday!
https://www.tradesatoshi.com/Vote
Thanks all!
Yeah, let's start voting for Solaris on Tradesatoshi exchange. Thanks, @divedaucd!

Please try to vote daily as much as possible folks. It's free to make an account and once you do it takes 5 seconds to vote each day. Smiley It looks like Solaris would probably need a couple thousand votes to make it to the top of the list, but it's doable if we get enough people taking 5 seconds each day to place that free vote.
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Any guides for a rapberry pi wallet instal? Mine is not synchronising.
In win it easy with conf file... but i'm newbee in rasp.
Pls Help)

I managed to get it running on my Pi 3, I think I just pulled from the github with apt-get and make and the executable popped up on my desktop.  If you keep struggling let me know and I'll do what I can to help.
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I would also recommend to add daemon=1 option to solaris.conf on your masternode to start solarisd as a daemon

And about your update - /root/.solaris/solaris.conf is indeed the file you need to modify to run solarisd under the root user.
You can check if that file is empty or not by running
Code:
# this would output the file contents
cat /root/.solaris/solaris.conf

or edit it
Code:
vi /root/.solaris/solaris.conf
# switch to insert mode 'i' and paste content of your solaris.conf
# press esc to switch back to command mode
:wq
# hit enter

THANK YOU.  That did it.

I had some additional hurdles to clear but I cleared them myself and now have a fully operational XLR masternode ... now I wait for my first reward.  So exciting.  Thank you again.  When I get some rewards saved up I owe you a tip. Smiley
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running several nodes. Are there any things to pay attention to run while
several nodes
on different VPS provider ( different ip number
or on same VPS (different ip )
or on same VPS (same ip)
on same PC
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Hi,

How to sync Nist5 algorithm wallet? Thank you.
Hi,

How to sync Nist5 algorithm wallet? Thank you.
Please add those nodes into your solariscoin.conf file
Code:
addnode=100.38.72.134
addnode=104.237.90.191
addnode=104.237.91.49
addnode=109.129.161.157
addnode=109.13.197.20
addnode=113.66.62.137
addnode=115.79.5.135
addnode=122.57.182.27
addnode=138.68.108.250
addnode=139.167.4.225
addnode=139.167.5.218
addnode=145.249.247.99
addnode=145.255.141.116
addnode=146.185.135.35
addnode=151.18.108.170
addnode=151.18.65.168
addnode=151.34.141.14
addnode=151.68.11.50
addnode=155.143.193.174
addnode=158.69.245.58
addnode=167.114.103.43
addnode=172.100.149.195
addnode=172.104.156.182
addnode=172.90.127.97
addnode=173.66.26.97
addnode=174.3.144.119
addnode=175.143.194.122
addnode=178.163.60.215
addnode=178.215.98.57
addnode=179.125.97.169
addnode=179.187.45.17
addnode=180.235.33.120
addnode=184.155.209.93
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=185.183.99.171
addnode=185.48.36.137
addnode=185.51.187.161
addnode=185.92.223.144
addnode=188.235.159.180
addnode=188.40.78.31
addnode=191.33.71.243
addnode=194.242.121.251
addnode=200.53.18.220
addnode=203.206.160.157
addnode=203.59.236.69
addnode=204.27.59.90
addnode=212.198.211.71
addnode=212.92.115.117
addnode=212.92.115.147
addnode=213.138.83.30
addnode=213.80.220.210
addnode=23.118.79.28
addnode=27.253.50.0
addnode=27.60.156.251
addnode=31.128.224.236
addnode=37.112.122.111
addnode=37.99.11.220
addnode=46.147.193.168
addnode=49.149.6.44
addnode=5.141.211.188
addnode=5.228.233.54
addnode=5.3.246.250
addnode=51.15.164.53
addnode=52.74.235.181
addnode=59.127.206.103
addnode=62.210.110.181
addnode=66.108.15.5
addnode=68.149.134.110
addnode=68.168.176.187
addnode=68.196.244.12
addnode=71.197.2.127
addnode=71.201.209.44
addnode=71.35.33.139
addnode=71.62.124.253
addnode=73.76.129.232
addnode=74.12.138.56
addnode=76.170.114.130
addnode=78.137.5.155
addnode=78.46.227.52
addnode=79.101.238.198
addnode=79.181.118.251
addnode=81.158.97.96
addnode=85.99.43.21
addnode=86.143.246.107
addnode=86.191.23.129
addnode=86.88.39.133
addnode=87.114.89.51
addnode=88.153.26.199
addnode=88.192.49.243
addnode=88.99.226.34
addnode=88.99.5.208
addnode=89.47.15.89
addnode=91.240.208.235
addnode=91.89.110.157
addnode=92.249.198.61
addnode=92.49.215.97
addnode=93.126.95.110
addnode=94.130.19.114
addnode=94.189.187.150
addnode=95.19.129.102
addnode=95.19.129.165
addnode=95.19.136.33
addnode=95.21.108.166
addnode=95.21.97.221
addnode=95.23.240.110
addnode=95.23.242.240
addnode=98.27.178.177
Then run the wallet again, it will be synced perfectly with the network. But of course, it take for a while.
Hope it helps!

Bythe way, the price looks good, still above $1. Thanks God.
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/solaris/
Yeah, very active
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Go to $5 very soon
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