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November 27, 2017, 02:37:47 AM
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https://duckartes.github.io/projects/pin0de

WHAT THE SCRIPT DOES:

Enables testing repository
  • Upgrades system
  • Installs dependencies
  • Formats selected drive
  • Creates installation directory
  • Queries Bitcoin Core RSS feed to get latest version
  • Downloads binary
  • Git latest version of ElectrumX
  • Creates Bitcoin, ElectrumX, Tor, and systemd service files
  • Starts services

YOU NOW HAVE:
  • Your own verified, secure node to connect through Tor

NOTES:
  • HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL
  • NO TRAILING SLASHES - use /media/storage NOT /media/storage/
  • IF DEVICE IS SELECTED, IT WILL BE WIPED COMPLETELY
  • WORK IN PROGRESS, HIGH CHANCE OF BORKING YOUR PI SETUP
  • REVIEW THE SCRIPT TO SEE WHAT’S GOING ON
  • raspi-copies-and-fills IS REMOVED DUE TO FAILED UPDATE
  • UNINSTALL COMMAND DOESN’T FULLY DELETE EVERYTHING

FUTURE:
  • Revise code add better logic
  • Add better control interface for node and connecting to phone apps
  • Easier installation

Started from this many moons ago: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1961479
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November 27, 2017, 09:35:20 PM
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Hi guys !! Smiley
so you are trying to mining with raspberry pi 3 ?
however , it is very hard now to mining , !!!!
try to take a look in youtube and learn how to use Smiley  Grin Grin
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November 28, 2017, 03:42:00 PM
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I am presuming that this is a node you can run on rpi?
Would be interested to learn what you recommend as a storage device?
I have given up with hard drives and am now running my full node on a Samsung Evo 960 M.2 drive with sequential read of 3,200 MB/sec just so I don't have to wait for hours to catch up if I switch it off for a week.
Can only imagine how slow an rpi would be.
You would have to pre-populate the drive for sure.
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