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    This Guide will allow you to connect to a tightVNCserver on Ubuntu 20.04 with no monitor or keyboard attached to the Server. The problem i was having prior to this was it previously needed a monitor plugged in - in order for the mouse and keyboard to work. This is the work around. - First of all you want to set a Static IP Address on your Ubuntu 20.04 in netowrk settings - Head to Settings/Sharing and enable the Sharing switch at the top of the screen. You will want to click on 'Screen Sharing' , again enabling the switch, allowing connections to control the screen. Click 'Require a Password' button and enter a password. Select the netowork you wish to use. - Head to the terminal and enter these commands below sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt install xfce4 xfce4-goodies tightvncserver - You want to select gdm3 vncserver - Here enter a password, and select no to view only vncserver -kill :1 gsettings set org.gnome.Vino require-encryption false - This will disable encryption over the connection so remember not to use it for anything of importance sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-dummy - This next line tricks the server to think there is a monitor attached. sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf - Here you want to edit the xorg.conf and add all the below code into the file. Ctrl-X and Y to save. If the file doesnt exist, create it. Section "Device" Identifier "Configured Video Device" Driver "dummy" EndSection Section "Monitor" Identifier "Configured Monitor" HorizSync 31.5-48.5 VertRefresh 50-70 EndSection Section "Screen" Identifier "Default Screen" Monitor "Configured Monitor" Device "Configured Video Device" DefaultDepth 24 SubSection "Display" Depth 24 Modes "1920x1080" EndSubSection EndSection reboot - Reboot the server and once Ubuntu has started you can go into your VNC Viewer in Windows and create a new connection to connect to the server. You should be able to remove the HDMI lead for the monitor and any keyboard / mouse and remote into it with full use of the remote mouse/keyboard with full native Desktop.
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    How to whitelist and blacklist domains using wildcards to pick up their subdomain using https://pi-hole.net/ An example blacklisting a basic twitter.com and subdomains. And you get this. also blocking giphy for their GIF tracking. Whitelist blockforums.org And you get this
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    Tools are in progress now and more interface updates! Mobile is starting to get some love as well
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    dPi - WIP Coming Soon! dPi (Denarius Pi) is a secondary layer and interface for Denarius. dPi was originally built with the intention of running it and installing it on Raspberry Pi Ubuntu systems, but can be used mostly and will be developed for any and all Linux distros. Github: Link Coming Soon Screenshots: More information and list of features will be coming soon! Stay tuned! It will be a one liner install script to run.
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    It is coming along nicely! Memory usage is fixed now.
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    Thanks man! Only going to get better and better, some configuration will need to be handled without this, but you can encrypt your wallet with it and the reboot option should work better now. Added USD balance and price per ea Denarius (D)
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    Updated the interface some and added more functionality and bug fixes
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    Screenshot of the installer on a headless Raspberry Pi 4 4GB PoE with Ubuntu 20.04 Server image. Credits go [email protected] for help with the installer and testing
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    Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is free until June 4, 2020. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/bundles/borderlands-the-handsome-collection
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    With the release of the Raspberry Pi4 8gb version, and SSD booting, this could be still useful for anything below 8gb of ram. Git clone log2ram repo git clone https://github.com/azlux/log2ram.git go into folder and run install.sh cd log2ram sudo ./install.sh Modify the amount of ram to use. 40M is stock and another place says try 128M, up to you. sudo nano /etc/log2ram.conf Reboot the PI sudo reboot Check the log2ram changes were persistent. df -h That was an easy tweak.
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    Figured I would post a github up for this and a docker-compose.yml sample. Building locally on a pi4 4gb to test, and was curious if armv7 would compile. Going to build the x64 dockerhub first, and maybe do an arm dockerhub build. Keeps its very generic, and also smallest alpine build I could think of, though no python/cloudflare option yet for mine. Below example of image size, Ubuntu and Debian base image was becoming enormous. TOR is not install, but the full command line does work, and configured inside the docker-compose. REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE seeder 1.0 af13223bc05b 41 minutes ago 8.18MB https://github.com/buzzkillb/docker-generic-seeder In action from docker-compose.
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    For reference, a clean Raspbian Lite buster uses this amount of ram after all of the above.
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    About time to break out the Raspberry Pi4 4gb again and play around in docker with docker-compose. Install Docker curl -sSL https://get.docker.com | sh Change permissions for your user account, probably pi sudo usermod -aG docker pi reboot or logout so you don't have to sudo for docker commands and then test that worked docker run hello-world Now install docker-compose sudo apt-get install -y libffi-dev libssl-dev sudo apt-get install -y python3 python3-pip sudo apt-get remove python-configparser sudo pip3 install docker-compose Test docker-compose worked docker-compose
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    Solid choice, looks good, I was actually looking for that one.
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    I may post a guide eventually on some different Pi 4 setups and running Denarius with snap on it. Raspberry Pi 4 with official PoE Hat and Zebra PoE case [emoji16]
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    84.200.69.80 84.200.70.40 (https://dns.watch/) was recommended by another user. Currently running that dns through pihole on a pi zero w.
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    When I was running the snap denarius daemon it ran very smooth on the 4gb pi4, Ubuntu headless then installed a DE to VNC into. So the official POE hat fits in that case??
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    Attempting a docker just because, but not sure if there is an easy way to pass the settings.conf file through to keep it generic using variables or something. Dockerfile FROM alpine:3.11 as builder RUN apk update && apk add \ g++ \ gcc \ libc-dev \ make \ git \ openssl-dev \ curl-dev \ libconfig-dev \ boost-dev && \ git clone https://github.com/team-exor/generic-seeder.git && \ cd generic-seeder && \ make FROM alpine:3.11 RUN apk --no-cache add \ libgcc \ libstdc++ \ libconfig-dev \ curl-dev RUN mkdir -p /data VOLUME ["/data"] COPY --from=builder /generic-seeder/dnsseed /usr/local/bin/ EXPOSE 53 ENTRYPOINT ["dnsseed"] CMD ["--help"] I built locally as seeder:1.0 in a ~/docker/seeder folder docker build --tag seeder:1.0 . A simple run of the above after building to make sure the commands pass through. docker run -it -v ~/docker/seeder/settings.conf:/settings.conf seeder:1.0 -o 127.0.0.1:9050 The image comes out to about 10megs, haven't tested connecting or anything, and probably exposing port 53 isn't the best for something generic. Unclear if building in debian:buster-slim is better than alpine, or even some ubuntu slimmed down version. Eventually combine into a daemon, electrumx, tor, and seeder docker-compose.yml.
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    Going to try this out, more since I am running a daemon on the seeder vps, and want to see if the seeder grabs any of the onion nodes I am currently running. I am running fortunastake on port 9999, but typical person would switch out 9999 to 33369. Also denarius uses tor=127.0.0.1:9050 in denarius.conf. Again don't need to run a daemon on the seeder itself, just like an all in one vps, and curious if this will only pick up port 33369 onions or also port 9999. install tor quickly sudo apt install tor sudo nano /etc/tor/torrc HiddenServiceDir /var/lib/tor/hidden_service/ HiddenServiceVersion 2 HiddenServicePort 9999 127.0.0.1:9999 HiddenServicePort 33369 127.0.0.1:9999 restart tor sudo service tor restart get the new onion address sudo cat /var/lib/tor/hidden_service/hostname add these lines to denarius.conf tor=127.0.0.1:9050 externalip=xnbolpbtb6hjgz67.onion restart daemon, then restart seeder with the option -o 127.0.0.1:9050 Don't actually need to do any of that except install tor. and the final generic-seeder line is ./dnsseed -h dnsseed.denarius.pro -n vps.denarius.pro -m buzz.denarius.io -o 127.0.0.1:9050 already picking other onion nodes up and both ports =], good enough for now. 37gfwk6647pdqxci.onion:33369 0 1589841222 24.29% 6.72% 2.29% 0.33% 0.08% 3276995 0000001f 33900 "/Denarii:3.3.9.7/" ylyw4ttjkbws3yj4.onion:9999 0 1589841238 23.77% 6.56% 2.24% 0.32% 0.08% 3276995 00000001 33900 "/Denarii:3.3.9.7/"
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    Awesome guide! I'm looking forward to further simplifying and improving the seeder process in the future. Also, I figure I should move any further correspondence about the generic-seeder over to this thread since I sort of hijacked the Duct Tape DNS Seeder thread earlier. In response to your last question from the other thread: I haven't actually played much with tor and onion nodes before, so I can't give a definite YES, but the original sipa bitcoin-seeder has a single onion seed listed (kjy2eqzk4zwi5zd3.onion) and seems to have the necessary plumbing to handle onion nodes, I'm just not sure exactly how to use it. There is a cmd line argument that looks like it may help: -o <ip:port> Tor proxy IP/Port So I assume you need to setup and run a tor instance that is outside of the seeder - something like this https://www.linux.com/topic/networking/beginners-guide-tor-ubuntu/, and then you can run the seeder as per normal with the extra -o argument to pass your tor proxy ip and port so that the seeder can communicate with onion nodes. In theory I think that should be it. Someone please correct me if I am wrong because I'm assuming all of this just from a quick glance.
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