yes I know, thought maybe there is something useful in the scripts for the devs tho, guess they are already aware @CoinGame it also has a script for compiling peerunity
This is compiling right now. I don’t know if it will make it all the way. I’m off to bed. We’ll see in the morning.
well this is interesting! I’m actually headed to bed now. for reals.
very cool. Looking forward to having a play.
Okay sorry for the delay. I wanted to do some testing and make sure this thing doesn’t melt anyones RaPi.
Still, this is as unofficial as unofficial gets. Although I’ve done some testing with it anyone who uses this should consider themselves a tester as well. Do not run it in an environment that you’re afraid to lose. I don’t want to hear “all my NuShares are gone!!!” tomorrow. You’ve been warned.
So to sidestep from the super-serious warning I’ll say that i’m not a RaPi device guru. It honestly took me almost 5 hours of fighting that little box to get this working. If you have any issues let me know and i’ll do my best to help. This was built on the latest version of Raspbian with the Nu 4.4 source.
Yeah! Thank you! I’m going to test it!
…who needs NuShares?
Ok, maybe someone has some testnet NuShares for me? I’m going to post an address once I have it on!
holy mother of pi
Awesome. Installing now.
I look forward to returning home to a small puddle of silicon!
Will take some more minutes. Need to downgrade the boost libraries from 1.50 to 1.49…
I’m so excited!
error while loading shared libraries: libboost_system.so.1.49.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
y u upnp supporting?
…more updates on RaspFerrariPi
Looks like you compiled it with UPNP support:
error while loading shared libraries: libminiupnpc.so.10: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
So installed libminiupnpc but still needed to link
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libminiupnpc.so.5 /usr/lib/libminiupnpc.so.10
because libbminiupnpc.so.10 was not found after installing libminiupnpc - strange.
Now the daemon is running and syncing the block chain.
DOH - need to switch it to testnet…
ahh okay. Thanks for solving that one
mmhhh… doesn’t work with testnet.
Is there anything else that “testnet=1” required in the nu.conf?
Do I need to add nodes for the testnet?
And my internet IP is not shown in the “getinfo” (0.0.0.0) when running in testnet, but testnet=0 is running fine.
Here’s the getinfo output:
and the nu.conf:
addnode=220.127.116.11 addnode=18.104.22.168 addnode=22.214.171.124 addnode=126.96.36.199
Ah yes sorry. As Ben posted you need to add testnet supernodes to the conf. We don’t have them in the client.
Thank you, @Ben!
Now it’s running and syncs the testnet block chain
Does anybody have some testnet NuShares and wants to have me test something?
If yes, here are testnet addresses:
sT8vHdEDcQqQrgTDwu34DkjF5uHfa7f7E6 sbNVHkMA7vCP5LFNqAcBTgLgyYGPuqhJvL sPmJGLDfqJTD62n782WNyJB2VSajoi4inE sSKVoYvaB7ZD7rAgjd1stoLQEcMiDQZACy sJXFiKrxRyKUhhdERqHsRkdApRPHfi5Kev
I’d create some NuBits addresses as well, but I don’t find the command to switch the walletunit…
nud --unit=B getnewaddress
use --unit=B to switch to NuBits
./nud --unit=B getinfo
Literally popped up as I hit repy. ugh
Tell the goat to move a little to the left. The packets are quicker when they are sent from that patch of grass