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December 20, 2016, 11:14:36 PM
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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

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The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
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Hi, can anyone guide me how to install Europecoin_V3.0.1.1 on ubuntu server?
I've done all the steps in this guide:
http://Https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/blob/master/doc/build-XUbuntu-14.04-amd64
But has not worked will not let me execute: "./europecoind" nor also europecoin-qt

For what I was reading and I saw in this link: https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/releases
I want to run the wallet as a server.
Hello,
First, let's make sure we all are speaking about the same things. Please quote here the exact text of the error you encountered. I'm sure we can make it work.

I will show the steps that I followed and I think they are not very clear I followed them to the letter


1)
# get the source
user@machine:~$ git clone https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3 Europecoin-V3src/
# actually go there Wink
user@machine:~$ cd Europecoin-V3src/


*In the first step is very clear, and I have done it without problems

Here it is not clear to me that it is done from step 1 to 2? Because in step 1 it says that I should use user @ machine: ~ $ cd Europecoin-V3src /
But in step 2 when you must give the permission and the rest you are here:
User @ machine: ~ $ and not here: user @ machine: ~ / Europecoin-V3src $ /
In which folder should it be located to give those permissions and update what was described in the step?



2)

# I needed to explicitly grant "execute" permission to all shell scripts in the source tree.
# I know, I'm lazy...
# YMMV.
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/build_detect_platform

user@machine:~$ ./autogen.sh

user@machine:~$ ./configure

user@machine:~$ make


*In number 3 is also unclear on which folder should I place to do this
So it tells me that the files do not exist. If I do it here:
"User @ machine: ~ $" and not in: "user@machine:~/Europecoin-V3src:~/scr$"

3.
user@machine:~$ strip europecoind
user@machine:~$ strip europecoin-cli
user@machine:~$ strip europecoin-tx
user@machine:~$ strip qt/europecoin-qt
# just making sure it will run Wink
user@machine:~$ chmod +x qt/europecoin-qt

* What would be the command to execute the demon

I've tried this:
Cd Europecoin-V3src / src
./europecoind

When I do, I say this:

/home/pool/.europecoin/europecoin.conf
It is recommended you use the following random password:
rpcuser=bitcoinrpc
rpcpassword=DPmgz5R8jwZzpEAaoGQNMFQhjS9aTnoCEkhNpeJdCeg7
(you do not need to remember this password)
The username and password MUST NOT be the same.
If the file does not exist, create it with owner-readable-only file permissions.
It is also recommended to set alertnotify so you are notified of problems;
for example: alertnotify=echo %s | mail -s "EuropeCoin Alert" admin@foo.com


Looking at the path that tells me I see that the folder "europecoin" has a dot in front of the name: ".europecoin" which makes this hidden and inaccessible, how can I do from console that this folder has the name without the point? Because I do not know how to remove that point I resort to this:
I create the file with this command:
Sudo nano /home/pool/.europecoin/europecoin.CONF
I save it and run it again
Cd Europecoin-V3src / src
./europecoind
  And give me the same message that I create the file europecoin.conf


4)
# if you want the binaries copied to /usr/local/bin
user@machine:~$ make install

*This is also not clear to me, I am new to linux, I appreciate the help

I pay 200 ERC for a good explain.  Smiley

Fetching and compiling the source (assumes you have all the dependencies):
Code:
cd
git clone https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3.git Europecoin-V3src/
cd Europecoin-V3src/
chmod -Rc +x ./*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/build_detect_platform
./autogen.sh
./configure
make
make install
*the last line is optional, and may need to be ran with root privs by running 'sudo make install'

Running the compiled binaries:
if you DID NOT do the last optional compile step, then after compilation finishes, and from the same directory that the compilation steps were done in:
Code:
./src/europecoind             (starts the headless daemon)
./src/europecoin-cli          (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
./src/qt/europecoin-qt        (starts the QT GUI wallet)

if you DID do the last optional compile step (make install), then you can use the following terminal commands from any directory:
Code:
europecoind                   (starts the headless daemon)
europecoin-cli                (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
europecoin-qt                 (starts the QT GUI wallet)


Setting up the conf file:
You can access/create/edit the conf file from the terminal using the following commands:
Code:
cd ~/.europecoin/
vi europecoin.conf
*If you don't like vi, you can use nano instead (may be easier for first-time users): 'nano europecoin.conf'

Minimum recommended entries for the conf file are as follows:
Code:
rpcuser=xxx
rpcpassword=xxx
daemon=1
server=1
listen=1
*replace the strings of 'xxx' with whatever you desire






BONUS - Download the pre-compiled linux 64-bit binaries:
If all else fails, and you would rather just download the pre-compiled binaries, follow the following steps
Code:
wget https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/releases/download/Europecoin_V3.0.1.0.1/Europecoin-Linux64.zip
unzip Europecoin-Linux64.zip
cp europecoin* /usr/local/bin/
*if the last step fails with a permission error, instead run 'sudo cp europecoin* /usr/local/bin/

Then, to run:
Code:
europecoind                   (starts the headless daemon)
europecoin-cli                (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
europecoin-qt                 (starts the QT GUI wallet)

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@Fuzzbawls thank you for this

have fun
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Beautiful first days of localcrypto.eu.org



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December 21, 2016, 01:43:19 AM
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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

1GB AES Pattern Search (PoW) + Proof of Stake


Greetz
Steve



The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
Matthias

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You mean the algorithm is: POW? So is the name of the algorithm of this Cryptocurrencie? Is what I want to know. thank you for your answer

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December 21, 2016, 01:49:36 AM
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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

1GB AES Pattern Search (PoW) + Proof of Stake


Greetz
Steve



The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
Matthias

.

You mean the algorithm is: POW? So is the name of the algorithm of this Cryptocurrencie? Is what I want to know. thank you for your answer

there is no set fancy name for the algorithm that ERC uses. just "1GB AES Pattern Search", which is a PoW hashing method. A similar hashing method / algorithm a couple years back was once referred to as "Momentum", but this was slightly different than what is being used here.

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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

1GB AES Pattern Search (PoW) + Proof of Stake


Greetz
Steve



The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
Matthias

.

You mean the algorithm is: POW? So is the name of the algorithm of this Cryptocurrencie? Is what I want to know. thank you for your answer

there is no set fancy name for the algorithm that ERC uses. just "1GB AES Pattern Search", which is a PoW hashing method. A similar hashing method / algorithm a couple years back was once referred to as "Momentum", but this was slightly different than what is being used here.

But must have a name that algorithm? As well as ltc its algorithm has as name scrypt, which is the name of the algorithm for europecoin that my concrete question, thanks for the answers

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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

1GB AES Pattern Search (PoW) + Proof of Stake


Greetz
Steve



The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
Matthias

.

You mean the algorithm is: POW? So is the name of the algorithm of this Cryptocurrencie? Is what I want to know. thank you for your answer

there is no set fancy name for the algorithm that ERC uses. just "1GB AES Pattern Search", which is a PoW hashing method. A similar hashing method / algorithm a couple years back was once referred to as "Momentum", but this was slightly different than what is being used here.

But must have a name that algorithm? As well as ltc its algorithm has as name scrypt, which is the name of the algorithm for europecoin that my concrete question, thanks for the answers


Sorry but the NAME is REALLY: "AES PATTERN SEARCH", you can even look it up for hodl,
who states the same in his specification. You just did not see it anywhere else, because we are the only ones,
which are having this great algorithm. Its the latest and greatest state of the art Grin

have fun
Matthias


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I informed that I could do the installation of the wallet europecoin v3 on my dedicated server, but I have another question:

Someone could confirm: what is the algorithm that uses europecoin?

Thanks for your answers and attention

Please have a look at the blockexplorer:


https://chainz.cryptoid.info/erc/#!crypto

1GB AES Pattern Search (PoW) + Proof of Stake


Greetz
Steve



The erc algorithm is not hodl? I thought I read before it was hodl, so my question


thats right hodl IS "1GB AES Pattern Search (POW)"
so yes, we are having the same algorithm

hodl is a coin, not an algorithm

have fun
Matthias

.

You mean the algorithm is: POW? So is the name of the algorithm of this Cryptocurrencie? Is what I want to know. thank you for your answer

there is no set fancy name for the algorithm that ERC uses. just "1GB AES Pattern Search", which is a PoW hashing method. A similar hashing method / algorithm a couple years back was once referred to as "Momentum", but this was slightly different than what is being used here.

But must have a name that algorithm? As well as ltc its algorithm has as name scrypt, which is the name of the algorithm for europecoin that my concrete question, thanks for the answers


Sorry but the NAME is REALLY: "AES PATTERN SEARCH", you can even look it up for hodl,
who states the same in his specification. You just did not see it anywhere else, because we are the only ones,
which are having this great algorithm. Its the latest and greatest state of the art Grin

have fun
Matthias


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in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl

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in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl

I wouldn't recommend using any kind of mining equipment (CPU/GPU/FPGA/ASIC) while swimming.

coinofview appears to still be running ERCv2, which is depreciated, and all the information is inaccurate.

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But must have a name that algorithm? As well as ltc its algorithm has as name scrypt, which is the name of the algorithm for europecoin that my concrete question, thanks for the answers


Sorry but the NAME is REALLY: "AES PATTERN SEARCH", you can even look it up for hodl,
who states the same in his specification. You just did not see it anywhere else, because we are the only ones,
which are having this great algorithm. Its the latest and greatest state of the art Grin

have fun
Matthias


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in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl



X11 was our old algo, they are not up to date. I notified them often, but no response,
in fact many sites are not up to date, which is quite distracting for users and not good for crypto.

Better strick with the announcement of this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=901605.0

or with our website
http://www.europecoin.eu.org

as an information source
we are always up to date and responsive

for mining: hodl miner is the right choice, here is the mining guide:
http://www.europecoin.eu.org/component/content/article/123-europecoin-knowledge-base/801-europecoin-mining-guide

have fun
Matthias

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in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl

I wouldn't recommend using any kind of mining equipment (CPU/GPU/FPGA/ASIC) while swimming.

coinofview appears to still be running ERCv2, which is depreciated, and all the information is inaccurate.

But if it is x11? Because several sites have read that that is its algorithm, but the pool that exists uses hodl miner, so my question of what is the name of its algorithm.

Maybe this coin can be mined with GPU? I've only seen, mining with CPU with the same software with which hodl is mine

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But must have a name that algorithm? As well as ltc its algorithm has as name scrypt, which is the name of the algorithm for europecoin that my concrete question, thanks for the answers


Sorry but the NAME is REALLY: "AES PATTERN SEARCH", you can even look it up for hodl,
who states the same in his specification. You just did not see it anywhere else, because we are the only ones,
which are having this great algorithm. Its the latest and greatest state of the art Grin

have fun
Matthias


.
in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl



X11 was our old algo, they are not up to date. I notified them often, but no response,
in fact many sites are not up to date, which is quite distracting for users and not good for crypto.

Better strick with the announcement of this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=901605.0

or with our website
http://www.europecoin.eu.org

as an information source
we are always up to date and responsive

for mining: hodl miner is the right choice, here is the mining guide:
http://www.europecoin.eu.org/component/content/article/123-europecoin-knowledge-base/801-europecoin-mining-guide

have fun
Matthias

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Then the name of the algorithm would be POW?

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Then the name of the algorithm would be POW?

no, the name of the algorithm would be "AES Pattern Search". or, specifically "1GB AES Pattern Search"

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Thank you @Fuzzbawls for stepping in while RL kept me away Smiley
@teosanru
In all that document "user@machine:~$" represents only the user shell prompt and doesn't include the actual path one might currently be (at least I configured it that way on my machines and accounts to keep the terminal readable and usable even for long paths), hence I never wrote "user@machine:~/Europecoin-V3src/$" or (even worse) "user@machine:~/Europecoin-V3src/src/$".
For the purpose of finding out what path you're currently in, you could use the "pwd" command (short for "Path to Work Directory").
So, when you are about to explicitly grant "execute" permissions, you're assumed to be in "~/Europecoin-V3src" (where "~" stands for your home directory i.e. "/home/pool") even if the "tutorial" states only "user@machine:~$.
@Fuzzbawls has summed up very nicely in her/his reply (in the first code box are listed only the commands one should have typed in the terminal, without the cumbersome and potentially misleading "prompts").
With time and a bit of practice, keeping track of PWD will come almost naturally. Congrats for joining *nix army Smiley Payment is good and the fun never ends Smiley

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December 21, 2016, 05:05:56 AM
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Then the name of the algorithm would be POW?

no, the name of the algorithm would be "AES Pattern Search". or, specifically "1GB AES Pattern Search"

lol  Grin
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in this site: X11
http://coinofview.com/coin/Europecoin.html, In fact, mining for swimming uses the miner for hodl

I wouldn't recommend using any kind of mining equipment (CPU/GPU/FPGA/ASIC) while swimming.

coinofview appears to still be running ERCv2, which is depreciated, and all the information is inaccurate.

But if it is x11? Because several sites have read that that is its algorithm, but the pool that exists uses hodl miner, so my question of what is the name of its algorithm.

Maybe this coin can be mined with GPU? I've only seen, mining with CPU with the same software with which hodl is mine

That is the old core. ERC is complete new.  Smiley

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December 21, 2016, 11:37:08 AM
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Hi, can anyone guide me how to install Europecoin_V3.0.1.1 on ubuntu server?
I've done all the steps in this guide:
http://Https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/blob/master/doc/build-XUbuntu-14.04-amd64
But has not worked will not let me execute: "./europecoind" nor also europecoin-qt

For what I was reading and I saw in this link: https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/releases
I want to run the wallet as a server.
Hello,
First, let's make sure we all are speaking about the same things. Please quote here the exact text of the error you encountered. I'm sure we can make it work.

I will show the steps that I followed and I think they are not very clear I followed them to the letter


1)
# get the source
user@machine:~$ git clone https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3 Europecoin-V3src/
# actually go there Wink
user@machine:~$ cd Europecoin-V3src/


*In the first step is very clear, and I have done it without problems

Here it is not clear to me that it is done from step 1 to 2? Because in step 1 it says that I should use user @ machine: ~ $ cd Europecoin-V3src /
But in step 2 when you must give the permission and the rest you are here:
User @ machine: ~ $ and not here: user @ machine: ~ / Europecoin-V3src $ /
In which folder should it be located to give those permissions and update what was described in the step?



2)

# I needed to explicitly grant "execute" permission to all shell scripts in the source tree.
# I know, I'm lazy...
# YMMV.
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/*.sh
user@machine:~$  chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/build_detect_platform

user@machine:~$ ./autogen.sh

user@machine:~$ ./configure

user@machine:~$ make


*In number 3 is also unclear on which folder should I place to do this
So it tells me that the files do not exist. If I do it here:
"User @ machine: ~ $" and not in: "user@machine:~/Europecoin-V3src:~/scr$"

3.
user@machine:~$ strip europecoind
user@machine:~$ strip europecoin-cli
user@machine:~$ strip europecoin-tx
user@machine:~$ strip qt/europecoin-qt
# just making sure it will run Wink
user@machine:~$ chmod +x qt/europecoin-qt

* What would be the command to execute the demon

I've tried this:
Cd Europecoin-V3src / src
./europecoind

When I do, I say this:

/home/pool/.europecoin/europecoin.conf
It is recommended you use the following random password:
rpcuser=bitcoinrpc
rpcpassword=DPmgz5R8jwZzpEAaoGQNMFQhjS9aTnoCEkhNpeJdCeg7
(you do not need to remember this password)
The username and password MUST NOT be the same.
If the file does not exist, create it with owner-readable-only file permissions.
It is also recommended to set alertnotify so you are notified of problems;
for example: alertnotify=echo %s | mail -s "EuropeCoin Alert" admin@foo.com


Looking at the path that tells me I see that the folder "europecoin" has a dot in front of the name: ".europecoin" which makes this hidden and inaccessible, how can I do from console that this folder has the name without the point? Because I do not know how to remove that point I resort to this:
I create the file with this command:
Sudo nano /home/pool/.europecoin/europecoin.CONF
I save it and run it again
Cd Europecoin-V3src / src
./europecoind
  And give me the same message that I create the file europecoin.conf


4)
# if you want the binaries copied to /usr/local/bin
user@machine:~$ make install

*This is also not clear to me, I am new to linux, I appreciate the help

I pay 200 ERC for a good explain.  Smiley

Fetching and compiling the source (assumes you have all the dependencies):
Code:
cd
git clone https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3.git Europecoin-V3src/
cd Europecoin-V3src/
chmod -Rc +x ./*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/*.sh
chmod -Rc +x ./*/*/build_detect_platform
./autogen.sh
./configure
make
make install
*the last line is optional, and may need to be ran with root privs by running 'sudo make install'

Running the compiled binaries:
if you DID NOT do the last optional compile step, then after compilation finishes, and from the same directory that the compilation steps were done in:
Code:
./src/europecoind             (starts the headless daemon)
./src/europecoin-cli          (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
./src/qt/europecoin-qt        (starts the QT GUI wallet)

if you DID do the last optional compile step (make install), then you can use the following terminal commands from any directory:
Code:
europecoind                   (starts the headless daemon)
europecoin-cli                (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
europecoin-qt                 (starts the QT GUI wallet)


Setting up the conf file:
You can access/create/edit the conf file from the terminal using the following commands:
Code:
cd ~/.europecoin/
vi europecoin.conf
*If you don't like vi, you can use nano instead (may be easier for first-time users): 'nano europecoin.conf'

Minimum recommended entries for the conf file are as follows:
Code:
rpcuser=xxx
rpcpassword=xxx
daemon=1
server=1
listen=1
*replace the strings of 'xxx' with whatever you desire






BONUS - Download the pre-compiled linux 64-bit binaries:
If all else fails, and you would rather just download the pre-compiled binaries, follow the following steps
Code:
wget https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Europecoin-V3/releases/download/Europecoin_V3.0.1.0.1/Europecoin-Linux64.zip
unzip Europecoin-Linux64.zip
cp europecoin* /usr/local/bin/
*if the last step fails with a permission error, instead run 'sudo cp europecoin* /usr/local/bin/

Then, to run:
Code:
europecoind                   (starts the headless daemon)
europecoin-cli                (CLI program to issue RPC commands like 'getinfo', 'stop', etc)
europecoin-qt                 (starts the QT GUI wallet)

Okay, i want to pay my bounty.  Smiley
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December 21, 2016, 11:47:26 AM
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Then the name of the algorithm would be POW?

no, the name of the algorithm would be "AES Pattern Search". or, specifically "1GB AES Pattern Search"

lol  Grin
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@teosanru:
PoW ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof-of-work_system
PoS ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof-of-stake
I welcomed you to *nix army earlier, now I must introduce you to a concept/attitude/mantra: RTFM (a.k.a. "Read The Fine Manual" or "please, do your homework first").
Also, acronyms can be tricky and even Wikipedia can pull some funny stunts Wink


here is another one:
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Encryption_Standard

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