Budget 250k ENRG (reward can change if ENRG is stable above 100 Satoshi)
EnergyCoin eco-green node deployment project on Raspberry PI
Here's how to get the 10K ENRG tip:
1. Take a fresh image for your raspi, like raspbian or other light linux and write it on your SD card.
Help to prepare SD card: http://elinux.org/RP...y_SD_Card_Setup
RASPBIAN sources and others: http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
Go to https://github.com/e...gycoin/releases and download ARM 1.1.2 build EnergyCoin-1.1.2-arm.tar.gz (you will also find the sources to build on your own if you want)
In order to run this version under Raspberry Pi you should install dependencies using following commands in terminal:
• sudo apt-get update
• sudo apt-get install libboost-system1.49 libboost-filesystem1.49 libboost-thread1.49 libboost-program-options1.49 libqt4-gui libqt4-network libdb5.1++ libminiupnpc-dev
• tar xvf EnergyCoin-1.1.2-arm.tar.gz
On your internet box or router, forward port TCP 22706 to your raspberry (allow your PI to be a full node, distribute blockchain and connect to 9 nodes or more)
2. Post in this thread with a photo of your Pi, and also a photo of your Pi screen.
The following should be visible in the photo of your Pi's screen:
A: A window showing your Raspberry Pi serial number
(using “cat /proc/cpuinfo” in terminal)
Help here: http://raspberrypi.s...e-serial-number
B: The EnergyCoin-QT wallet with the green checkmark in the lower right hand corner indicating that the RPi is now a currently synced node or the "getblockcount" command in the debug window.
C: The EnergyCoin-QT debug window open showing the command "getconnectioncount" having been typed in at the bottom and the window showing 9 or more connections.
3. Send a PM to crypto4jan @BTT or Energy4Jan with your EnergyCoin address so he can send you the 10K tip
If you follow the above instructions correctly, you will receive your tip! A big thank you to crypto4jan for donating the first 250K ENRG that will be used for tipping.
What is a Raspberry Pi?
A Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that can be plugged into a monitor/tv, and a standard keyboard and mouse (http://www.raspberry...a-raspberry-pi/). It is used in programming education and also has a wide variety of other uses. Its low energy consumption makes it perfect for running an EnergyCoin node.
What model of Raspberry Pi should I buy?
Model B is the most used at the moment; there is also a newer B+ model but either is sufficient for running an EnergyCoin node.
You will need an SD card (it's best to buy a class 10 or better), and a micro usb power supply (the same used by android phones and numerous other devices). An ethernet cable is used to connect to your router, and if you are not running it "headless" then you need a USB keyboard and mouse, as well as a monitor/tv that can be connected to your Pi via HDMI cable. A case is not necessary but is useful for protecting your Pi.
What is the purpose of this project?
The purpose of this project is to encourage the use of Energy on Raspberry Pi, while also increasing the number of full nodes on the network. A connection count of more than 8 indicates that port forwarding is enabled and that you are running a full node (this benefits the network by distributing the EnergyCoin blockchain to others). Minting is beyond the scope of this project.
Can I mint on my Raspberry Pi too?
Yes, you can mint. However, the goal of this project is only to set up full nodes. You may wish to take extra security precautions if you also want to use your node for minting.
Link to bitcointalk post: https://bitcointalk....8219#msg8928219
With many thanks to Sardokan