Install eMarkd (Full Node) on Linux Ubuntu Server

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  • eMarkd unter Linux (Ubuntu) installieren, mit Video.

    sudo apt install git qt5-default qt5-qmake qtbase5-dev-tools qttools5-dev-tools build-essential nano build-essential libboost-all-dev libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libqrencode-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-thread-dev libssl-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev g++ g++-10 libstdc++-10-dev g++-multilib g++-10-multilib gcc-10-doc libstdc++-10-doc

    cd /

    git clone

    cd /eMark/src

    make -f makefile.unix

    cp eMarkd /usr/bin

    cd /

    mkdir .eMark && cd .eMark

    nano eMark.conf

    It is recommended you use the following random rpcuser and rpcpassword:

    rpcuser=eMarkrpc ( for example )

    rpcpassword=8gbXe673Zt9TzJmDxmeDxxxWn2iaFzxxP2Z8q4PuL7DM ( for example )


    Ctrl + O -- Enter ( Save file )

    Ctrl + X -- Exit

    Creation of service "eMarkd.service" for automatic start after server restart.

    cd /lib/systemd/system

    nano eMarkd.service

    Ctrl + O -- Enter ( Save file )

    Ctrl + X -- Exit

    # --- Next ---

    sudo systemctl enable eMarkd.service

    sudo systemctl daemon-reload

    # --- Service control commands ---

    sudo systemctl start eMarkd.service

    sudo systemctl stop eMarkd.service

    sudo systemctl status eMarkd.service

    sudo systemctl enable eMarkd.service

    sudo systemctl disable eMarkd.service

    # --- Next reboot Server ---

    sudo reboot

    # After restarting, go to services "TOP" to see if it is running "eMarkd.service"


    Ctrl + C for exit

    sudo systemctl status eMarkd.service

    Ctrl + C for exit

    # If everything works, congratulations!

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