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August 13, 2017, 06:58:31 PM
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Imagine that we have bitcoin source code and a clean operating system.

Obviously, we need only a program that converts the source code into an executable file. We have the source code, we need the executable programm. Let's try to figure this out.

If, in addition to the compiler program, we need some third-party module or the like, then for what purpose?

In this case, the issue of the responsibility of the operating system vendor, kernel bitcoin developers, and third-party developers is required, which are necessary for compiling the executable file.

What do you think?

And if it is possible, so what compiler can do it?
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August 17, 2017, 06:32:44 PM
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i dont get it.

what are you asking ?

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can we build bitcoind from source ?
yes

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does it needs dependencies ?
yes

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do i need openssl with ecsda curve support ?
yes

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how can i get openssl with ecsda curve support ?
build openssl from source.

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how to build bitcoind on cent-os ?
https://www.ndchost.com/wiki/how-to-install-bitcoin-on-centos-7

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August 22, 2017, 10:34:26 AM
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Everything you need to run Bitcoin Core is open source. You can run open source distribution of Linux and read the build documentation in Bitcoin Core's source code to get everything you need to compile it. I am sure that all of it is open source.
It uses GCC compiler (open source), make software (open source), some open source libraries including openssl library,boost,libevent, Berkeley DB and maybe some other open source compiling tools.

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