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January 03, 2020, 07:36:20 PM
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try:
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which bitcoind
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echo $PATH

You'll probably find that it's picking up the bitcoind from /usr/local/bin instead of running the "bitcoind" in the local directory. If you want to override the "path"... use ./ notation to indicate you wish to run from the local dir (or provide the full path to the executable)...

For instance, from your "~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src" directory
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./bitcoind

or, from anywhere
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~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src/bitcoind

Assuming there is actually a "bitcoind" in your "~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src/" directory

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January 05, 2020, 04:32:20 PM
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try:
Code:
which bitcoind
Code:
echo $PATH

You'll probably find that it's picking up the bitcoind from /usr/local/bin instead of running the "bitcoind" in the local directory. If you want to override the "path"... use ./ notation to indicate you wish to run from the local dir (or provide the full path to the executable)...

For instance, from your "~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src" directory
Code:
./bitcoind

or, from anywhere
Code:
~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src/bitcoind

Assuming there is actually a "bitcoind" in your "~/Downloads/bitcoin-sv-1.0.0.beta/src/" directory

running ./bitcoind in that directory does start a service in top called bitcoin-main (i'm sure related to SV); but it automatically shuts off for some reason even though Core is not running.  any ideas?
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January 05, 2020, 08:00:57 PM
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You'd need to check the log files for that service to see why it is shutting down.

It's quite possible that BitcoinSV is being retarded and is trying to usurp the Bitcoin Core datadir/blocks by default. So, it might pay to use the "-datadir" argument with that particular service to force it to use a separate directory.

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January 26, 2020, 12:52:59 PM
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Have downloaded EPS from Github.  Have set up the config.ini file,  have edited my Bitcoin.conf file....... but how the hell do i start the EPS using terminal...... sorry Ubuntu noob here still learning.   Roll Eyes
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January 26, 2020, 08:53:22 PM
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As per the install instructions on the GitHub: https://github.com/chris-belcher/electrum-personal-server/blob/master/README.md

8. Run the server: electrum-personal-server config.ini
9. Start your Electrum wallet: electrum --oneserver --server localhost:50002:s.

Seems pretty straightforward...

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January 26, 2020, 10:48:47 PM
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As per the install instructions on the GitHub: https://github.com/chris-belcher/electrum-personal-server/blob/master/README.md

8. Run the server: electrum-personal-server config.ini
9. Start your Electrum wallet: electrum --oneserver --server localhost:50002:s.

Seems pretty straightforward...

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January 27, 2020, 03:26:19 AM
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Did you follow point #7 about adding the ~/.local/bin directory to the PATH and then logging out and back in? Huh

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