./configure error on FreeBSD · Issue #14404 · bitcoin ...

FreeBSD is to Linux as Monero is to Bitcoin

I know this may be a bit off topic, but to the extent we care about security and decentralized open software, I believe this is relevant...
Linux user here, almost 3 years on Qubes. After newfa*%ing LinuxMint for awhile, then trying to be cool with dual boot encrypted partitions + VirtualBox ... I decided I was better off just trying Qubes. Luckily, my terminal "skills" were just enough to get me there, and I haven't looked back... Until now.
Just bought a new Ryzen Threadripper, intended for minting some sweet Monedo, running nodes on IPFS I2P TOR, rendering, music recording, big data, and home server type stuff. So, stick with Qubes? or try something else? Qubes isn't exactly a server distro. It doesnt always play well with PCI passthrough hardware. Also, this isn't my secure computing machine. But I do love VMs and containerization.
So I briefly tried Fedora Silverblue, with intent to play with Xen or KVM later on. But while setting up, I can't quite put my finger on it, I just didn't like it. So I looked around to see if another distro might better suit me. Enter the BSDs. Enter GPL licensing vs real freedom. Permit me a bit of stream of consciousness ...
I don't know why I never found it before. But FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and other BSDs are where I intend to migrate all my computing. They mostly avoid the above problems by being actually free software with a highly permissive BSD license. Corporations don't have to "control" BSD in order to be useful for their needs. They simply modify it, close their version of the code, and then release products like Playstation, Netflix, MacOS, Citrix, and others. They still work and share with upstream as it is mutually beneficial to do so, but no company is trying to force something like the monstrosity that is systemd.
From everything Im reading (and experiencing now running FreeBSD), there is better security, far less bloat, better modularity, better file system, more audits, and an actual adherence to UNIX philosophy. Their documentation is phenomenal, and I've learned a ton about the components of operating systems, including "Linux," in the past week. There are tons of packages, and even Monero has FreeBSD binaries.
Each BSD is a full operating system, designed as an integrated unit, which makes the system more reliable. As opposed to "Linux distributions" which are a patchwork of various fragmented components. And most BSDs are unique, not "flavors" of eachother like Linux distros. FreeBSD has been doing containers and VMs for almost 2 decades now, way ahead of the Linux kernel. The ZFS file system has significant advantages over ext4.
TLDR: If you're concerned, like me, about Linux being co-opted by large corporations, if you' re looking for a secure open-source OS, if you want incredible documentation that not only explains what to do during setup, but why and the underlying components which comprise your OS, then check out FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and the other BSDs.
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URGENT: RNG broken for last 4 months : Does this compromise any bitcoin keys generated on FreeBSD?

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TIL FreeBSD takes Bitcoin Donations.

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bitcoin cpu mining in freebsd

./minerd -a sha256d -t 4 -s 4 -o stratum+tcp://sg.stratum.slushpool.com:3333 -u margarito.worker2 -p 123
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@coinschedule : Some great open sw/hw projects that take #bitcoin donations (let me know if you have more): https://t.co/nZbiejMCMR - Blender - FreeBSD - GnuPG - HardenedBSD - Joinmarket - Mozilla - OpenBSD - Tor - Yosys

@coinschedule : Some great open sw/hw projects that take #bitcoin donations (let me know if you have more): https://t.co/nZbiejMCMR - Blender - FreeBSD - GnuPG - HardenedBSD - Joinmarket - Mozilla - OpenBSD - Tor - Yosys submitted by coinschedule to CoinSchedule [link] [comments]

@coinschedule : Some great open sw/hw projects that take #bitcoin donations (let me know if you have more): https://t.co/nZbiejMCMR - Blender - FreeBSD - GnuPG - HardenedBSD - Joinmarket - Mozilla - OpenBSD - Tor - Yosys

@coinschedule : Some great open sw/hw projects that take #bitcoin donations (let me know if you have more): https://t.co/nZbiejMCMR - Blender - FreeBSD - GnuPG - HardenedBSD - Joinmarket - Mozilla - OpenBSD - Tor - Yosys submitted by coinschedule to CoinSchedule [link] [comments]

FreeBSD 0.15.0.1 node + ban 2x nodes script /r/Bitcoin

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FreeBSD Foundation Accepts Bitcoin Donations (Experimental)

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How to install bitcoin unlimited on freebsd? /r/bitcoin_unlimited

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: 1BTC bounty for fixing Aw, snap! pages on Chromium in 10.2 /r/freebsd

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Build Classic on FreeBSD 10.x /r/Bitcoin_Classic

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TIL FreeBSD takes Bitcoin Donations.

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FreeBSD Foundation Bitcoin Donations (Experimental)

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US Senators introduce bill to FORCE all device and software providers in the US to build backdoors into their products. Bill would make encryption ILLEGAL unless it had a backdoor for the US government.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 77%. (I'm a bot)
US lawmakers have introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act to ensure law enforcement can access encrypted information.
The committee noted that the bill "Promotes technical and lawful access training and provides real-time assistance" and "Directs the Attorney General to create a prize competition to award participants who create a lawful access solution in an encrypted environment, while maximizing privacy and security."
The Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act "Is actually even more out of touch with reality than many other recent anti-encryption bills," said Andrew Crocker, a senior staff attorney on the civil liberties team of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The policy analyst noted: "The idea that an exceptional access backdoor can safely be developed solely for government use has been debunked over and over again by experts, including former senior members of the U.S. Justice Department." The Lawful Access to Encrypted Data bill can be found here.
What do you think about the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act? Let us know in the comments section below.
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All of the AMA questions/comments from the darkoverlord re: 9/11 insurance leak extortion here

Q: This doesn't seem like something a group that uses the darkweb would do in public.
A: This is something we do. We can't speak for the others. This is our modus operandi. We like to do everything we can to squeeze every last coin out of our victims. We're financially motivated.
For everyone else asking why we're not dumping it all, we have. It's available to torrent.
Our official Press Release with more info is available here: pastebin.com/4F5R8QyQ
Q: 9.8 gigs seems a lot for just documents. Does it include videos or audio recordings? A: We're withholding anything that isn't text-readable for now.
Q: who did 9/11 in your opinion based on the docs? A: We don't really give a fuck. We want internet money.
We've already released a select few documents to serve as proof of our claims. We're about to change the fucking world. Edward Snowden's NSA leak will be pale in comparison.
Q: (ID: QYsiPYKc) A: When we deal with clients who have PoF, we provide such presentations.
We're quite wealthy, earning hundreds of BTC per year in profit from our systematic cyber-extortion. GCHQ coined that term for us. You can read their advisory about this organisation.
Q: Hi, thedarkoverlord, Have you considered that information may well be used crash the monetary system you hope to be compensated in? A: Fantastic question, mate. We're not concerned about that as we receive our payments only in internet money like Bitcoin. The monetary crash will be your problem. We always advise our clients to diversify and acquire different convertible currencies.
Q: Explain attack vector that lead to initial shell. Web based? Misconfigired service? Well known exploit? A: Nice try, Mandiant.
Q: How? You stated that your intent was to sell it to the highest bidder. That just means that it will get buried. A: We're financially motivated. We're not motivated by saving the planet.
Q: Waiting for overlords dead man switch A: We have several layers of 'dead man's switches' deployed. This is why the entire archive we'd plan to release is freely downloadable now. We're sitting on our high entropy master encryption keys that can be released through even a failure of the organisation.
Q: The thing is, I (and few others) are willing to pay. Provided that OP understands at least basics how such trades are executed. A: We're highly reputable, having sold hundreds of BTC worth of intellectual property, R&D, databases, and more. Our official contact details are in our office Press Release. Please contact us using PGP. We'll happily conform to your requirements to substantiate our loot.
Q: if you DO get paid then we can assume the world's not save because you'd not release them right? A: That's correct. We're not here to save the world. We're here to get paid internet money. We're not motivated by ego or charity, only money.
Q: Hey thedarkoverlord, give us something for free you poofters. A: We already have. Pay attention, fag.
For everyone speaking about the hack of a global insurer, you should understand how sophisticated litigation works. We're sitting on SSI and SCI from TSA, FBI, FAA, USDOJ, and others. Refer to our official PR for more information.
Q: Thoughts on Cicada 3301 and WikiLeaks? particularly who is behind Cicada? A: We don't speculate on other organisations. We focus on ourselves.
Q: Do you have a timeline you can disclose for releasing each layer? A: There is a timeline, but we can't share details about that.
Q: Your group could have chosen to privately auction this info to the same exact bidders you will likely get through these public antics. That makes me question your timing. Why disrupt our system of things and way of life now ( assuming your I do is as world changing as you state)? Why now? A: Tis the season.
Q: I don't give a shit what he wants I'll kick in 20 bucks for anything that peaks my interest one single doc to prove it's not a nothing burger with no strings attached I've been sitting on btc since 50 btc blocks. A: Ff you'd like to be the first person to purchase a single file or two from us, you're welcome to. We'd happily sell you something right now. Our Twitter has our e-mail on it. Get in contact, mate.
Q: what would anyone who is selling world shattering documents for millions of dollars try selling them on 4chan? A: We're not selling anything on 4chan. We're working SEO right now. Google 'thedarkoverlord' and see for yourself. It's driving a tremendous amount of traffic to our content. This is all calculated and pre-arranged.
Q: Fuck yeah based hackerman. I read the release, make those fuckers pay for breaking the deal. They should pay extra just for being so stupid to let you find anything in their network in the first place. Too easy probably, IT people are lazy as fuck. Get paid. A: We've probably hacked your company too.
Q: I'd be willing to chip in with others to see it if I was sure it would be world shaking info. Not something the average person would change the TV when it came up on the news. On a scale of 1-10 how system breaking is the info? A: You're the smart one here, asking the right questions. We'd say it's a 7.5, all things considered. Snowden may have been a 5.5, maybe a 6. More people care about 911 than USA spying. Now, our next release about UFOs, yeah, that's a 10 mate, but it's going to wait until we're done here. If you'd like to buy 911 documents from us, read the answers above.
Anyone can see ample proof on our official PR and our official Twitter @tdo_h4ck3rs. This is quiet real. We'd like to top Edward Snowden. Everyone saying they're coming for us: we know. GCHQ has published advisories about us and the Billings Gazette news publisher leaked the fact that the CIA and NSA event attempted to locate us last year in October after we closed down 50.000 students and 36 schools in an entire region of Montana for 7 days. This is readily available news.
Q: Actually appears legit. On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely do you think it is that your leak could cause a former-sitting president to get lynched? Also, hope your DMS shoots to a Blockchian. A: We'd rather not say, for fear of his safety.
We'll be sharing a few new screencaps momentarily, to stir the pot a bit.
Q: why are you doing ransom instead of exploiting this information for insider trading A: We're experts in systematic cyber-extortion, according to GCHQ. We do what we're best at.
Q: Do you have anything really damaging on Hillary or Obama? A: We're unwilling to answer this question.
Q: Holy kek, FreeBSD is one of the most insecure OS, no joke. A: We utilise Windows Embedded.
Q: That's a bit of a lame answer. Why pick a risky strategy like cyber extortion, when you can stay under the radar, and do insider trading from a beach in Asia? A: We don't discuss out TTPs in public.
Q: So given your financial motivation, is it safe to assume you’re “group” is more anarchy than order? That is to say, are you looking to shift power,take power, or destroy power? A: We're not interested in power, only internet money.
Q: Their answer here will actually clue in their degree of technical competency. I'd add - justify why it will reach this price. A: We haven't shared a price, at all. Depending on what a buyer would like, we adjust our offer.
Q: Iron Mountain is a military base. Why is a WTC Insurer shredding documents on it? A: Great question. We'll direct you to ur official PR which details it. We'll quote the issue for you below:
"When major incidents like the WTC 911 incident happen, part of the litigation must involve SSI (Sensitive Security Information) and SCI (Special Compartment Information) from the likes of the FBI, CIA, TSA, FAA, DOD, and others being introduced into evidence, but of course this can't become public, for fear of compromising a nation's security, so they temporarily release these materials to the solicitor firms involved in the litigation with the strict demand they're destroyed after their use and that remain highly protected and confidential to only be used behind closed doors. However, humans aren't perfect and many of these documents don't become destroyed, and when thedarkoverlord comes along hacking all these solicitor firms, investment banks, and global insurers, we stumble upon the juiciest secrets a government has to offer."
Q: Hey do you take hack requests? I have a couple of bitcoins... A: Visit our official Twitter @tdo_h4ck3rs where our contact details are readily available. We operate on a strict protocol and often times require bonding.
Q: why leak on new years eve A: Because it forces about a dozen Fortune 500 companies in the UK and USA to build damage control and COA plans on their New Years holiday, robbing them of any pleasure and bringing in their new year at a new low.
Q: if i purchase the doc's, whats stopping me uploading it everywhere? will you guys get annoyed? A: Once we're paid, they're yours. You do as we you wish. We couldn't care any less.
Q: yeah has there been any strange shit happening that makes you think they're on to you or that you've being targetted already? A: Other than them telling victims to pay us because it's the best move to save their arses, we sleep like babies.
Q: Likes,kind of a career ending big heist, don't you think? A: We already live like the ending of a great heist movie, on warm beaches with loads of internet money. We're quite happy.
Q: Why do you care about their pleasure or them starting new year at all time low, thought this was all just business? A: It's all business. Psychologically, they're most vulnerable when this process is used and it resutls in higher success rates for us.
Q: Apparently the guy they caught was in Serbia. A: A complete random stranger.
Q: The question about crypto was good, do you have any predictions about BTC next year and do you think it's still the best currency to invest in? A: We predict we'll earn even more BTC. As our clients are paying us while we have them bent over a barrel, we always advise them to buy up for their personal portfolios.
Q: Do you have a deadman set up A: We do.
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PSA: Monero 0.10.2 is out, and is a STRONGLY recommended update:)

this details the 0.10.2.1 point release, which includes a minor fix for RPC issues on 0.10.2

Overview

This is a necessary point release of Monero v0.10 "Wolfram Warptangent", and is a strongly, strongly recommended update as it includes massive efficiency improvements to the RingCT validation code and various other necessary bug fixes.
Some highlights of this release are:

Contributors for this Release

This release was the direct result of 24 people who worked, largely unpaid and altruistically, to put out 527 commits containing 21 090 new lines of code. We'd like to thank them very much for their time and effort. In no particular order they are:

Official Download Links

Download Hashes

If you would like to verify that you have downloaded the correct file, please use the following SHA256 hashes:
A GPG-signed list of the hashes is at https://getmonero.org/downloads/hashes.txt and should be treated as canonical, with the signature checked against the appropriate GPG key in the source code (in /utils/gpg_keys)
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PSA: Users, (solo)miners, exchanges/merchants, and pool operators must be on v0.10.1 in advance of the hardfork otherwise you will get forked/booted off the network. Miners, please contact your pool operator to ask them if they have upgraded | Monero v0.10.1 released - mandatory upgrade!

Approximately the 9th of January there will be a hardfork on the Monero network. Most pools have upgraded or are in the process of upgrading, but some have not upgraded yet. If they don't upgrade before the hardfork they will get forked/booted off the network. As a result you will miss out on revenue if you are mining on these pools. Thus, if you are mining on one of the pools that hasn't upgraded yet or hasn't scheduled an upgrade, please contact your pool owner as soon as possible and urge them to upgrade. Alternatively, you can switch to a pool that is on the right version.
Pool Upgraded Contact
MoneroHash YES [email protected] & https://monerohash.com/#support
MoneroWorld YES [email protected] & https://moneroworld.com/#support
mineXMR YES [email protected] & http://minexmr.com/#support
PoolTo YES [email protected] & http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23poolto.be
Moneropool YES [email protected] & https://moneropool.com/#support
Prohash YES [email protected] & http://xmr.prohash.net/#support
Crypto-pool YES [email protected] & http://monero.crypto-pool.f
Dwarfpool YES [email protected] & http://dwarfpool.com/contact/
Alimabi YES [email protected] & http://xmr.alimabi.cn/#support
CryptMonero YES [email protected] & http://cryptmonero.com/#support
Minergate YES https://forum.minergate.com/
SupportXMR YES [email protected] & http://supportxmr.com/#support
XMRpool YES [email protected] & http://xmrpool.eu/#support
Sheepman YES [email protected] & http://sheepman.mine.bz/#support
CoolPool YES [email protected] & http://xmr.coolpool.io/#support
US.to YES http://monero.us.to/#support
MakeXMR YES [email protected] & https://makexmr.com/#support
USXmrPool YES [email protected] & https://www.usxmrpool.com/#support
SuprNova YES https://xmr.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=contactform&action=
PoolDD YES [email protected] & http://pooldd.com/#support
XMRpool.net YES -
XMRpool Murmansoft YES [email protected] & [email protected] & http://xmrpool.murmansoft.ru/#support
XMR Miningspeed YES [email protected] & http://xmr.miningspeed.com/#support

An important message for pool operators and miners

From MoneroMooo:
To all pool operators:
If you haven't already, you will need to update the node-cryptonote-util software in order for your pool to cross the january fork. I think many of the pool ops have done so already, but for those who are not in #monero-pools, you will need this patch: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/506116/17116821/
This applies to zone117x's version of the pool. There is a version of this ported to clintar's fork, which is here: https://github.com/M5M400/node-cryptonote-util/commit/37f50f9b535f0258c3a1c6f7247a891b4c211ff3.
If you're not running this when the fork happens, you will be forked off.
For pool miners, you may want to check with your pool op that they're running the patch a few days before the fork, and switch to a known good pool otherwise. Please prefer smaller pools when doing so.
Also bear in mind that running v0.10.1 or the GUI beta is mandatory. Any other versions will get booted off the network. Thus, miners, please email your pools and ask them if they are running v0.10.1 and have applied aforementioned patch.

General hardfork information

The upcoming fork will enable Ring Confidential Transactions. This will significantly enhance Monero's privacy. Note that they will not be enforced yet. That is, this hardfork will enable them, whereas the hardfork of September 2017 will enforce them. If you want to read more about Ring Confidential Transactions, see:
https://lab.getmonero.org/pubs/MRL-0005.pdf
https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/ringct
Due to variance the hard fork will likely be on the 9th or 10th of January. A specific block height was determined for the hardfork, not a specific date. The specific blockheight for the hardfork can be found here. That is:
// version 4 starts from block 1220516
As an user you need to run either v0.10.1 or the Monero Core GUI Beta 1.

Monero v0.10.1 - Wolfram Warptangent - release

First and foremost, please upgrade to this version. A blockchain resync is not needed. Only this version will work after the fork of January 5. Note that this fork will enable Ring CT transactions, but will not enforce them yet.

Overview

This is a necessary point release of Monero v0.10 "Wolfram Warptangent", and is highly recommended as it includes consensus-changing fixes to the RingCT implementation and various other bug fixes.
Some highlights of this release are:

Official Download Links:

All available binaries can be found on the getmonero download page or on Github (at the bottom).
Official Direct Links:

Download Hashes

If you would like to verify that you have downloaded the correct file, please use the following SHA256 hashes:

Updating: Wallet Files

Simply create a new directory with the 0.10.1 binaries and copy your wallet files over to there. Make sure to backup your wallet files properly. If you need any help, feel free to PM me or respond in this thread. Note that your wallet contains three files, namely wallet.keys (this is the most important file, since it contains your keys), wallet (this is the wallet cache, which contains your transaction history and private tx keys), and wallet.address (which is just your public address). In addition, if you incur a bug whilst upgrading, you can always restore your wallet with the mnemonic seed as follows:
For Mac and Linux:
./monero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet
On Windows make sure to launch it from the command line. Go to the folder monero-cli-wallet is located and make sure your cursor isn't located on any of the files. Subsequently do SHIFT + right click and it will give you an option to "Open command window here". Lastly, type the following command:
monero-wallet-cli.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet
If you want to restore from the private keys instead of the mnemonic seed, replace --restore-deterministic-wallet with --generate-from-keys

Contributors for this Release

This release was the direct result of 29 people who worked, largely unpaid and altruistically, to put out 481 commits containing 10 517 new lines of code. We'd like to thank them very much for their time and effort. In no particular order they are:

GUI

You can find the release (and binaries) of the first beta here.
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Problems with bitcoind and bitcoin-cli

Hi, I have installed both bitcoin server and bitcoin client packages on my freebsd box. The bitcoind is running. But when I run bitcoin-cli help command I have the following error:
error: Could not locate RPC credentials. No authentication cookie could be found, and RPC password is not set. 
Now I have stopped the bitcoind process because in few minutes it has downloaded 3,1 GB of data. Because I am newbie I don't know what's happening. Is it normal ?
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Bitcoin ABC 0.14.6 is out!

https://download.bitcoinabc.org/0.14.6/
This release includes the following features and fixes:
Signed checksums for this release
Thanks to all who contributed !
Ubuntu packages are planned to follow shortly.
Please remember to upgrade your nodes! :-)
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Monero v0.10.1 - Wolfram Warptangent - released! | Mandatory upgrade!

First and foremost, please upgrade to this version. A blockchain resync is not needed. Only this version will work after the fork of January 5. Note that this fork will enable Ring CT transactions, but will not enforce them yet.

Overview

This is a necessary point release of Monero v0.10 "Wolfram Warptangent", and is highly recommended as it includes consensus-changing fixes to the RingCT implementation and various other bug fixes.
Some highlights of this release are:

Official Download Links:

All available binaries can be found on the getmonero download page or on Github (at the bottom).
Official Direct Links:

Download Hashes

If you would like to verify that you have downloaded the correct file, please use the following SHA256 hashes:

Updating: Wallet Files

Simply create a new directory with the 0.10.1 binaries and copy your wallet files over to there. Make sure to backup your wallet files properly. If you need any help, feel free to PM me or respond in this thread. Note that your wallet contains three files, namely wallet.keys (this is the most important file, since it contains your keys), wallet (this is the wallet cache, which contains your transaction history and private tx keys), and wallet.address (which is just your public address). In addition, if you incur a bug whilst upgrading, you can always restore your wallet with the mnemonic seed as follows:
For Mac and Linux:
./monero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet
On Windows make sure to launch it from the command line. Go to the folder monero-cli-wallet is located and make sure your cursor isn't located on any of the files. Subsequently do SHIFT + right click and it will give you an option to "Open command window here". Lastly, type the following command:
monero-wallet-cli.exe --restore-deterministic-wallet
If you want to restore from the private keys instead of the mnemonic seed, replace --restore-deterministic-wallet with --generate-from-keys

Contributors for this Release

This release was the direct result of 29 people who worked, largely unpaid and altruistically, to put out 481 commits containing 10 517 new lines of code. We'd like to thank them very much for their time and effort. In no particular order they are:

General Hardfork Information

A general thread with hardfork information will be posted soon. The main thing to know is that you should 0.10.1. Otherwise, you will get booted off the network. If you are mining, make sure the pool you are mining on has upgraded its daemon.

GUI Update

Fluffypony will be building GUI binaries once he has finalized this release. Note that this could take a few days. In addition, any unforeseen errors may cause delays.
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BU on FreeBSD 11?

Running into an issue compiling BU (release version). It bombs during the sub-compile of leveldb regarding it cannot find endian.h, which does exist.
Has anyone gotten it to successfully compile on FreeBSD 11 and if so what was the magic you used? For comparison I did successfully compile Core without issues.
Thanks all!
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MAAM #18 Monero Ask Anything Monday

Given the success of the previous MAAMs (see MAAM #1, MAAM #2, MAAM #3, MAAM #4, MAAM #5, MAAM #6, MAAM #7, MAAM #8, MAAM #9, MAAM #10, MAAM #11, MAAM #12, MAAM #13, MAAM #14, MAAM #15, MAAM #16, MAAM #17), let's keep this rolling.
The principle is simple: ask anything you'd like to know about Monero, especially the dumb questions that you've been keeping for you every other days, may the community clarify it all!
Finally, credits to u/binaryFate for starting the concept!
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4. Installing Bitcoin Core on Linux Configuring SSH on FreeBSD by Nicholas Lee Fagan Bitcoin from the Command Line - Sending Bitcoin ... 10 FreeBSD Myths bitcoin-cli and bitcoind - Breaking Down Bitcoin Ep. 2

Looked around a bit and realised it seems like FreeBSD is not having any Bitcoin wallet natively available? I would love to see Electrum ported or maybe some other Bitcoin wallet software which doesn't have to download the whole Bitcoin blockchain database... Question number 2 is... pyc; Thread; Dec 2, 2015; Replies: 5 ; Forum: Porting New Software; Tags. FreeBSD Style Contact us; Terms and ... bitcoin builds on nix on freebsd also, i took care of that. tell me if it breaks. level 1. 1 point · 4 years ago. One beer for supporting the FreeBSD cause! :D /u/changetip. level 2. 1 point · 4 years ago. Nightshdr received a tip for One beer (7,975 bits/$3.50).--what is ^^ChangeTip? level 1 . Comment deleted by user 4 years ago 0 children. level 2. Original Poster 1 point · 4 years ago ... 编译(Compiling Bitcoin on FreeBSD-8.2) 如果你只想要集体挖矿的话那就直接往下看第2节吧。 说到在FreeBSD上编译最常用的自然是ports,但是我这里ports最新版的只有v0.4,而官网在这个时间点已经是v0.7了, 这自然不符合我的美学 。 为了替换成v0.7,我们还是先make一下v0.4版本的。 cd /usr/ports/net-p2p/bitcoin make make ... Bitcoin Full Node on FreeBSD. What is a Bitcoin? What is a Bitcoin Wallet? What is a Blockchain? What is Mining? What is Pooled Mining? What is a Full Node? What is a Bitcoind? How To Start Bitcoind To Be Full Node? What is a Bitcoin ? Bitcoin is a valuable popular open-source cryptocurrency that was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009. Bitcoins have value because they possess same ... Environment: FreeBSD 12.1-STABLE autoconf-2.69_3 autoconf-wrapper-20131203 autoconf213-2.13.000227_7 automake-1.16.1_2 make is the default /usr/bin/make

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4. Installing Bitcoin Core on Linux

What do you need to mine one Bitcoin BTC coin in 2020? Let's review Bitcoin mining profitability and what BTC mining rigs you would need to mine an entire co... sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bitcoin-qt bitcoind Linux terminal new stuff: clear, ll, cd, touch, echo, cat, shutdown www.bitcoinhackers.org Bitcoin 101 - Getting Your BTCs out of Your Paper Wallets & Cold Storage - Fun with Sloppy Wallets - Duration: 10:54. CRI 82,619 views One of the common complaints with Bitcoin is that it’s pretty hard to get started, and there’s a lot of overhead to making accounts and sending transactions.... FreeBSD Handbook (2nd Edition) - https://amzn.to/38FpvyH To configure SSH you must edit the ssh_config file in /etc/ssh/. You may want to copy the file with ...

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