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December 28, 2017, 03:42:25 PM
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 I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks


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December 28, 2017, 06:21:38 PM
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it was by changing my DMD to Ripple Smiley
DMD is a good coin, don't get me wrong. Staking needs to be far more reliable and consistent though for it to be worth it. When I was getting a consistent 25% annualized return, it was. After the 3.0 update and massive difficulty increase, it wasn't. Simple as that. Its a good concept, just needs some tweaking.
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December 28, 2017, 08:40:34 PM
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it was by changing my DMD to Ripple Smiley
DMD is a good coin, don't get me wrong. Staking needs to be far more reliable and consistent though for it to be worth it. When I was getting a consistent 25% annualized return, it was. After the 3.0 update and massive difficulty increase, it wasn't. Simple as that. Its a good concept, just needs some tweaking.
I get staking reward every month and I have about 80 DMD in staking wallet...
The rest I have in masternode pool and I get reward on a daily basis. So if you don't want to stake on your PC, invest in shared masternode. They offer mini shares now and each share is of 20 DMD, so even smaller investors can participate...
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December 28, 2017, 08:56:26 PM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



this is the DMD Diamond raspi guide we have it uses a different OS

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/raspi_headless_compile

 
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December 28, 2017, 10:55:02 PM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



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View the links in the menu on the page https://diamond-info.github.io/

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December 28, 2017, 10:59:27 PM
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it was by changing my DMD to Ripple Smiley
DMD is a good coin, don't get me wrong. Staking needs to be far more reliable and consistent though for it to be worth it. When I was getting a consistent 25% annualized return, it was. After the 3.0 update and massive difficulty increase, it wasn't. Simple as that. Its a good concept, just needs some tweaking.

Good luck with investing in this Mtgox coin.
If you read the history of the Ripple then you will understand what I mean  Smiley

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December 29, 2017, 02:22:57 AM
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Such a impressive statistics for Diamond.
https://masternodes.pro/stats/dmd

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December 29, 2017, 03:10:15 AM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



this is the DMD Diamond raspi guide we have it uses a different OS

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/raspi_headless_compile

I don't want to be too contrary, but, building the DMD wallet on the RPi can take forever and fail multiple times before succeeding (if ever).
I recommend using the depends toolkit and building the ARM/RASPi wallet on Debian 9 (VM or install).
Then, you just need a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian installed, and you can copy the wallet with no dependencies.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

Here are some tips:

Install Debian 9 in a virtual machine or download on from OSboxes.org - http://www.osboxes.org/debian/

Install the build environment dependencies for the Raspberry Pi -
Code:
sudo apt install build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf pkg-config curl gcc-aarch64-linux-gnu g++-aarch64-linux-gnu

build the dependencies for the DMD wallet without the GUI (cli only) building for QT needs work -
Code:
cd depends && make HOST=aarch64-linux-gnu NO_QT=1

Change back to the DMD root directory
Code:
cd ..

Prepare the configure script -
Code:
sh autogen.sh

Configure for the build No GUI, cli only-
Code:
./configure --prefix=$(pwd)/depends/aarch64-linux-gnu

Build it -
Code:
make

Strip the debug symbols -
Code:
aarch64-linux-gnu-strip src/diamondd src/diamond-cli src/diamond-tx

Grab those three files (src/diamondd src/diamond-cli src/diamond-tx),
and copy them to your raspberry pi via the SD card or scp/sftp.

Startup scripts for the Raspberry Pi are more complicated using either System V or Systemd.
This is loosely documented in various Pi forums, PM me if you need further assistance with this.

All of this is documented here -
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/DMDv3/tree/master/depends

Here are some pre-built binaries to try:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfjOYoIEZugazqFrZCQaruTJEkAqTzE7/view?usp=sharing
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December 29, 2017, 03:40:29 AM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



this is the DMD Diamond raspi guide we have it uses a different OS

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/raspi_headless_compile

I don't want to be too contrary, but, building the DMD wallet on the RPi can take forever and fail multiple times before succeeding (if ever).
I recommend using the depends toolkit and building the ARM/RASPi wallet on Debian 9 (VM or install).
Then, you just need a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian installed, and you can copy the wallet with no dependencies.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

Here are some tips:

Install Debian 9 in a virtual machine or download on from OSboxes.org - http://www.osboxes.org/debian/

Install the build environment dependencies for the Raspberry Pi -
Code:
sudo apt install build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf pkg-config curl gcc-aarch64-linux-gnu g++-aarch64-linux-gnu

build the dependencies for the DMD wallet without the GUI (cli only) building for QT needs work -
Code:
cd depends && make HOST=aarch64-linux-gnu NO_QT=1

Change back to the DMD root directory
Code:
cd ..

Prepare the configure script -
Code:
sh autogen.sh

Configure for the build No GUI, cli only-
Code:
./configure --prefix=$(pwd)/depends/aarch64-linux-gnu

Build it -
Code:
make

Strip the debug symbols -
Code:
aarch64-linux-gnu-strip src/diamondd src/diamond-cli src/diamond-tx

Grab those three files (src/diamondd src/diamond-cli src/diamond-tx),
and copy them to your raspberry pi via the SD card or scp/sftp.

Startup scripts for the Raspberry Pi are more complicated using either System V or Systemd.
This is loosely documented in various Pi forums, PM me if you need further assistance with this.

All of this is documented here -
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/DMDv3/tree/master/depends

Here are some pre-built binaries to try:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfjOYoIEZugazqFrZCQaruTJEkAqTzE7/view?usp=sharing

My question is what is the purpose of pre-built binary? Thanks.

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December 29, 2017, 12:53:34 PM
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Thanks for the info guys, great help,
Ill look forward to getting this up and running ,with much less power than my old laptop.
I have compiled in linux before but new to Pi's
ill Pm if i get stuck, Glad to have so many people with a wealth of knowledge in these forums

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December 29, 2017, 01:07:56 PM
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Thanks for the info guys, great help,
Ill look forward to getting this up and running ,with much less power than my old laptop.
I have compiled in linux before but new to Pi's
ill Pm if i get stuck, Glad to have so many people with a wealth of knowledge in these forums

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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

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December 29, 2017, 01:59:45 PM
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Thanks for the info guys, great help,
Ill look forward to getting this up and running ,with much less power than my old laptop.
I have compiled in linux before but new to Pi's
ill Pm if i get stuck, Glad to have so many people with a wealth of knowledge in these forums

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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

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December 29, 2017, 05:56:47 PM
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thx

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/precompile_raspi_on_virtual_maschine

everyone is welcome submit his guides direct on github
this way ur github username forever written down as DMD github contributor
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

 
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

But using coin control to manage the coin pile sizes and using setstakesplitthreshold does essentially the same thing, doesn't it? I mean sure, the GUI is more convenient, but if you just want to have "optimal" coin sizes for staking I think both should work.

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December 29, 2017, 06:42:35 PM
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I have just ordered a raspberry pi 3,

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CI5879A/ref=psdc_430512031_t1_B01CD5VC92

I want to install DMD wallet onto it for 24h staking as i have been using laptop for months now.
It comes preinstalled with NOOBS for raspberry pi.

Where can i get a easy setup tutorial for this, never played with a pi before, also is NOOBS OS good for DMD wallet? or is there a better OS for DMD?
Thanks



this is the DMD Diamond raspi guide we have it uses a different OS

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/blob/master/doc/raspi_headless_compile

Here are some pre-built binaries to try:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfjOYoIEZugazqFrZCQaruTJEkAqTzE7/view?usp=sharing

My question is what is the purpose of pre-built binary? Thanks.

In case someone wants to skip the build process and just start staking.
There are many online tools to scan for popular viruses, etc.
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

I agree 100%.
This board looks promising, it's supposed to ship in early 2018.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/renegade-arm-computer-with-usb-3-on-android-linux#/

It has DDR4 and much higher IO, which the PI lacks.
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Not to give away the secret sauce but, I would recommend you make one RPi3, get diamondd running... copy the image... and split the coins between the two Pi's.  I switched out of RPi because it did not have coin control, solved it by making more than one pi3.  There is a sweet spot to how many coins each Pi should have.

Not sure I understand correctly, but what do you mean with "it did not have coin control"? As far as I'm aware you can use setstakesplitthreshold to control the coin pile size for staking. This is a RPC command, so it works with the QT wallet, but also with the headless daemon on RPi.

i think he is talking about use a GUI wallet on a raspi instead headless
and use the coincontroll gui (options wallet enable coincontroll) for which there is no similar replacement in headless wallets

and there i agree a gui wallet should not be used on smaller raspi then the 1 GB ram ones

ideal are 2 GB ram boards

But using coin control to manage the coin pile sizes and using setstakesplitthreshold does essentially the same thing, doesn't it? I mean sure, the GUI is more convenient, but if you just want to have "optimal" coin sizes for staking I think both should work.

coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

 
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December 29, 2017, 10:02:29 PM
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coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

Yeah, I was just trying to figure out what he meant by "there is a sweet spot for how many coins each RasPi should have" and I figured he meant coin pile size for staking, but maybe I was completely wrong...  Grin

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December 29, 2017, 10:19:06 PM
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coin control doesnt nothing regarding stakesplittreshhold
coin control is a gui window that allow u choose exactly what unspend transactions u want to use and what change address
and a very good overview over ur addresses and coin pile sizes

Yeah, I was just trying to figure out what he meant by "there is a sweet spot for how many coins each RasPi should have" and I figured he meant coin pile size for staking, but maybe I was completely wrong...  Grin

i call the sweet spot

the more the better  Cool


 
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