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KRONOS Kronos (Originally Denarius Pi - dPi) is a AIO interface/wallet for Denarius. Kronos was originally built with the intention of running it and installing it on Raspberry Pi Ubuntu systems, but now can be used mostly for all Linux distros. It is recommended to have at least 2GB of RAM to install and run Kronos (It also runs a Denarius node). Please go to the last page of this thread for updated information. Kronos has progressed massively overtime and this information can be out-of-date and deprecated. Features: Send and Receive D Denarius Addresses with P2PK
Had to ask in the FPGA discord for how to make this work. Download the linux driver from hereÂ http://www.squirrelsresearch.com/get-started-acorn/ https://download.squirrelsresearch.com/sqrldma.run.gz untar and run sudo ./sqrldma.run --noexec --target sqrldma_modified sudo nano sqrldma_modified/sqrldma/cdev_xvc.c ctrl+w to findÂ mmiowb() and change this line to // mmiowb() now run in the sqrldma_modified folder sudo ./build-install-run.sh Then get the tribus miner https://discordapp.com/channels/439880012183896075/517996741761564684/613008385050411030 https://aco
Its very easy to setup the Denarius wallet daemon using SNAP on most Linux distributions, including even a 2GB or more ram Raspberry Pi4. Arch, CentOS, Debian, elementary, Fedora, KDE Neon, Kubuntu, Manjaro, Mint, openSUSE, Red Hat, and Ubuntu are just a few of the supported distros. I will assume you are running a single daemon on a VPS, first create directory as we want to download chaindata and unzip into the proper folder first. If you end up using parallels to install more than 1 snap daemon on your server, the directories would be like this and each need their own chaindata.
This guide is updated for MAINNET, mainnet goes live (from block 645,000, approx. 14th March). OVERVIEW: While it is possible to set up a â€œhot nodeâ€ in which the masternode stores the 5000 DNR collateral, it is more secure and safer to set up a â€œcold nodeâ€ in which the masternode runs on a VPS (Virtual Private Server) and the coins stay local in your Windows/Linux wallet. In this way, the IP address associated with the Masternode (which is clearly visible by anyone) is not the IP address where the coins are kept, making a more secure setup. This type of set-up also allows fo