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January 05, 2015, 10:44:11 AM
Last edit: January 06, 2015, 06:41:47 AM by Nodeclub
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As we promised, we are publishing the user manual.

NODE Boot Camp: Creating your own 24/7 online node in 30 minutes

We created this brief tutorial for everybody who’d like to take the opportunity to earn money by running his own Linux server node without additional knowledge and training.

Your own server node allows you to receive passive income for the clock network support.
In addition, you get a full hosting for your own project at your disposal, and you will be able to compensate up to 100% of its rent already now, in beta stage of Node project.
Node.js uses resources very sparingly so if you already have a Linux hosting with root access then you must install a Linux node since you can do all of the above without a single penny cost and with a minimum load of server resources.


First stage:  Linux hosting selection & payment

Today's market is full of inexpensive hosting offerings that meet our requirements. Keywords we are looking for: Linux hosting with root access.

Why Linux? It’s much cheaper and more secure than Windows servers.
Windows Server we need costs not less than $ 30 a month while the average Linux Server will cost less than $ 10.

There is a lot of suggestions online, so you may find any Linux hosting yourself in accordance with your preferences and the budget. For our test we chose Yourserver.se because they accept Bitcoins, allows monthly payment and offers a package with root access for one of the most competitive prices on the market - 4 euros per month (around $ 4.8 ).


We tested 7 euros package ($ 8.4) because of its great features but 4 euros package in theory should also be OK for us.

So, after you select the package we need to choose the Billing Cycle and Operating System (Configurable Options).

You choose Billing Cycle at your sole discretion and then we select Debian as operating system since it’s most appropriate to us: Debian is incredibly fast and economical.


After completion of registration and payment of a hosting plan for any of the chosen provider we receive email with parameters of our server:

     1) I.P. address of your server (e.g. 88.198.18.221)
     2) username (root) & password to access to your server.



Second stage: Linux client installation

To install the Linux client on your server you will need to do the following:

     1) Download Linux Node Client: http://nodecoin.com/node.linux.latest.zip

     2) Connect to your server via SFTP. In our case we used for that WebDrive software (http://www.webdrive.com)



     3) Unzip the archive node.linux.latest.zip to any convenient folder on the server. In our case, we have created a “node” folder in the “/var” directory (/var/node)


     4) Connect to your server via SSH terminal (in our case we used for that ZOC Terminal software (http://www.emtec.com/zoc). All following steps we make in SSH terminal.


     5) Installation of Node.Js
         To install Node.js all you need is to type consistently the the following commands in a terminal:
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         $ apt-get install python g++ make
          $ wget http://nodejs.org/dist/node-latest.tar.gz
          $ tar xvfvz node-latest.tar.gz
          $ cd node-v0.10.34  (replace on node.js current release number you downloaded)
          $ ./configure
          $ make
          $ sudo make install

     6) Go to the folder where you unzipped client (node.linux.latest.zip) by typing the command in the terminal: cd DIR.
         In our case, the command would look like this:
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         cd /var/node/

     7) Consistently execute the following commands
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         npm install
          npm -g install forever
          forever start index.js

Installation is complete. Congratulations, you are lucky enough to own a private server node, which will be online around the clock. Now you no longer dependent on the working computer so you can collect “Activity Points” and generate income consistently.
You can access your server client through any browser window: your_ip: 19775. For example: 88.198.18.221:19975



If you have any questions or difficulties, we will gladly help you with a free consultation or installation.
Thank you for supporting Node network Cheesy

Always Yours,
Node Dev Team



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January 05, 2015, 11:31:02 AM
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guys, look at stellar. they don't have source code and wallet but look at price.  Angry Shocked

what do you mean they don't have source code and wallet ?

they are have no source code in github or anywhere and no offline wallet. only wallet online in their website.
https://www.stellar.org
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January 05, 2015, 11:35:24 AM
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guys, look at stellar. they don't have source code and wallet but look at price.  Angry Shocked

what do you mean they don't have source code and wallet ?

they are have no source code in github or anywhere and no offline wallet. only wallet online in their website.
https://www.stellar.org

https://github.com/stellar/ takes about 5 seconds to find on the website you posted.

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January 05, 2015, 12:03:53 PM
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you will be able to compensate up to 100% of its rent already now, in beta stage of Node project.
Oh my! Grin
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January 05, 2015, 12:13:34 PM
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guys, look at stellar. they don't have source code and wallet but look at price.  Angry Shocked

what do you mean they don't have source code and wallet ?

they are have no source code in github or anywhere and no offline wallet. only wallet online in their website.
https://www.stellar.org

https://github.com/stellar/ takes about 5 seconds to find on the website you posted.


oh, they have released source code  Grin
i have not followed stellar since i sold my stellar at 600 sat to buy NODE  Embarrassed
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January 05, 2015, 12:39:25 PM
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Why withdrawal from bter in a wallet removed 1%? I thought there have to be 0.35%.
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January 05, 2015, 01:18:18 PM
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Why withdrawal from bter in a wallet removed 1%? I thought there have to be 0.35%.

It's an internal Bter Commission.


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January 05, 2015, 01:35:34 PM
Last edit: January 05, 2015, 02:04:36 PM by dadingsda
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Sometimes i send nodes but they don´t appear in the blockchain. e.g send nodes 2015-01-05 14:21:40 and 2015-01-05 14:14:23  but nothing to see in "blocks"  just in "transactions". ??

Last blocjk was generated 5/1/2015 13:55:44


edit: same with 2015-01-05 14:33:05   and 2015-01-05 15:00:57

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January 05, 2015, 01:36:53 PM
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guys, look at stellar. they don't have source code and wallet but look at price.  Angry Shocked

what do you mean they don't have source code and wallet ?

they are have no source code in github or anywhere and no offline wallet. only wallet online in their website.
https://www.stellar.org

https://github.com/stellar/ takes about 5 seconds to find on the website you posted.


oh, they have released source code  Grin
i have not followed stellar since i sold my stellar at 600 sat to buy NODE  Embarrassed
and still the marketing and promotion of stellar earn more popularity.

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January 05, 2015, 02:09:53 PM
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well as I mentioned US- centric a few posts ago- here is funny example of that:

http://www.coindesk.com/19-crypto-2-0-projects-watch-2015/


SO Coindesk publishes an article listing 19(!) 2nd gen cryptos to watch for 2015- AND THEY DO NOT MENTION NXT!

Regardless of what opion one may have of NXT- not mentioning NXT in such a list is the height of stupidity and arrogance, and of course no coincidence.

Of course this has a reason: stupid Coindesk hates NXT. They do this on purpose. Why?

NXT is really decentralized (as opposed to most of the others), and it is not US-centric.

I think the right perspective is to NOT worry about the 'price' in fiat xy NOW, but to think about what can be done with a cryptocurrency AFTER the collapse of fiat!
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January 05, 2015, 02:39:10 PM
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well as I mentioned US- centric a few posts ago- here is funny example of that:

http://www.coindesk.com/19-crypto-2-0-projects-watch-2015/


SO Coindesk publishes an article listing 19(!) 2nd gen cryptos to watch for 2015- AND THEY DO NOT MENTION NXT!

Regardless of what opion one may have of NXT- not mentioning NXT in such a list is the height of stupidity and arrogance, and of course no coincidence.

Of course this has a reason: stupid Coindesk hates NXT. They do this on purpose. Why?

NXT is really decentralized (as opposed to most of the others), and it is not US-centric.

I think the right perspective is to NOT worry about the 'price' in fiat xy NOW, but to think about what can be done with a cryptocurrency AFTER the collapse of fiat!

Only three out of all the mentioned projects are noteworthy: Ethereum, Counterparty and may be Gems. The absence of CURVE-based projects NXT (SuperNet) and Node (PoA and NodePay) in review as well as the "fun" number of the mentioned projects (19 Smiley ) indicates that the article most likely has an advertising nature and aims to promote one of these unknown projects Smiley

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January 05, 2015, 02:41:52 PM
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What´s up with the network? Watch my last post, please.

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January 05, 2015, 03:10:49 PM
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What´s up with the network? Watch my last post, please.

We know this bug, but you have nothing to worry about, none transaction is lost. This bug is eliminated in the new version of the client which will be released in the coming days. Linux version of the new client is ready, but we got some delay with Windows compilation since our Windows programmer got some personal issues. I hope the issue will be solved in the coming days and everyone will be able to update the client.

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January 05, 2015, 03:14:20 PM
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Ok, thank you!

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January 05, 2015, 03:20:26 PM
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well, thanks for the user manual.
very helpful and easy for us.

Ok, thank you!

You are welcome Smiley

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January 05, 2015, 03:33:38 PM
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What about OS X?

A Personal Quote on BTT from 2011:
"I'd be willing to make a moderate "investment" if the value of the BTC went below $2.00.  Otherwise I'll just have to live with my 5 BTC and be happy. :/"  ...sigh.  If only I knew.
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January 05, 2015, 04:51:48 PM
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What about OS X?

OS X client is a Linux-based client.

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January 05, 2015, 05:24:11 PM
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As I assumed, but I wanted to be sure.  Thank you.

A Personal Quote on BTT from 2011:
"I'd be willing to make a moderate "investment" if the value of the BTC went below $2.00.  Otherwise I'll just have to live with my 5 BTC and be happy. :/"  ...sigh.  If only I knew.
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January 05, 2015, 06:05:23 PM
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BTC to $240 ?  Shocked
How will this influence node ?

shit, regret not sell at $300  Angry
you never know the market, but you can choose to believe the btc in long term.

and a nice one: https://www.bitstamp.net
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January 05, 2015, 07:31:20 PM
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BTC to $240 ?  Shocked
How will this influence node ?

shit, regret not sell at $300  Angry
you never know the market, but you can choose to believe the btc in long term.

and a nice one: https://www.bitstamp.net
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lol http://www.wired.com/2015/01/bitstamp-offline/
and btc-e still the greatest exchange Grin
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