$ mkdir miniupnpc
$ cd miniupnpc
$ wget "http://miniupnp.tuxfamily.org/files/download.php?file=miniupnpc-1.9.tar.gz"
$ tar -zxvf download.php?file=miniupnpc-1.9.tar.gz
$ cd miniupnpc-1.9/
$ sudo make install
$ cd ~/
Thanks for the pointer. I have succesfully installed the lib and started the nu daemon on the r-pi! The daemon is sync’ing and can answer rpc commands.
For those who also want to try, here are some details that may or may not be relevant – I followed Tea42’s instruction for setting up peerunity on a Raspberry to setup the r-pi, except I didn’t borther to remove “unneeded and risky applications” as instructed in install_peercoin.sh. The peerunity crashes for some reason but nu is working.
No worries… thank you for fulfilling these kind of special requests (like having binaries for RaPi)!
…imo an official build for ARM devices will become important once NuShares is more mainstream than it is now - especially if it not open source by then.
Good to hear that it only took 3 minutes. I avoid compiling on a RaPi wherever I can. I mean, even installing via apt is slow on Raspbian.
I wonder how a Peercoin client or Nubits client can run that smooth on this kind of device
Mine got 800 MHz - I decided to overclock it a little bit.
…and I remember the times of C64, Atari ST, Amiga 500, etc. very well - those times when 25 MHz on IBM compatible felt horribly slow and almost unusable compared to operating systems like TOS or Workbench…
…but before I completely lose focus:
it’s great that RaPi can be used for running PoS wallets (like Nu, Peercoin, etc.).
Being able to use low-power-low-cost devices is one of the most important reasons to counter the main incentive for PoW centralization!
So thank you again @CoinGame for allowing us to play with the ARM binary of the Nu client!
This is important!