Digibyte wants to bring back CPU mining implementing RandomX lowering more the barrier to mine Digibyte and get started without any kind of “commitment”. Be ready and prepare your ARM device to grab few more $DGB!
In one of the last stories we learned how to install your Rock64 and how to create a DigiByte Full node with a Rock64. Now you’re standing with this brand new node and wondering if you could make it mine some $DGB? Or simply, you just own a Rock64 and are wondering why it wouldn’t mine a bit, yes every coin count! …
The other day, I wanted to help a friend to start his Ethereum development Environment on MacOS and I didn’t remember how much little stuff you need to install to make it work.
So here is my small Cheat Sheet to start his Ethereum development Environment on MacOS
It’s missing few things for now, but I’ll add them soon.
Don’t hesitate to tell me what to improve!
Homebrew is a packages manager for MacOS. It installs the stuff you need that Apple (or your Linux system) didn’t.
$ /bin/bash -c “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install.sh)"
During one of my project working with Ignition SCADA by Inductive Automation, and using it with MySql to store its data, I had to find a way to create views for external reporting that would dynamically integrate the new monthly automatically created tables of data byIgnition.
Not very clear at the first read, let me explain: the design of Ignition makes it store its data in multiple specific tables and each month it creates new tables from these specific tables for the current month. …
Fancy to know how to export your newly exported CSV file from PostgreSQL and upload it to a SFTP server? Here is a small step by step guide.
Connect with through an SSH connection to the source server with a user that is able to connect to the PostgreSQL server.
First I recommend that you install the sshpass package, it will help you to send your password in the command. Using an admin account just use:
apt-get install sshpass
First we connect to the postgres account
sudo -i -u postgres
First, let’s try to connect with the ssh command to…
In one of the last stories we learned how to create a DigiByte Full node with a Rock64. Now you’re standing with this brand new node and wondering if you could make it mine some $DGB? Or simply, you just own a Rock64 and are wondering why it wouldn’t mine a bit, yes every coin count! Here is a small step by step guide.
Why not? The Rock64 is powered by a Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor, you have this amazing bit of technology just sleeping in this small box next to you. …
In need to remote control your Rock64’s desktop? Here is a small step by step guide based on a Rock64 running on Armbian Debian 5.65.
Before continuing be sure to be a sudoer, that means that the user you’re using has the sudo privilege.
First of all we’ll update the packages, install all the dependencies and install the VNC server:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xfce4 xfce4-goodies xorg dbus-x11 x11-xserver-utils
sudo apt-get install tigervnc-standalone-server tigervnc-common
Once the VNC server has been installed, we need to set up the password for the future connection. …
New to mining crypto-money or just fancy to run the smallest DigiByte Scrypt mining rig? Dont’ go any further, here is the ultimate step by step guide.
DigiByte is at the same time a decentralized blockchain and a cryptocurrency (DGB). It is not specifically limited to being cash, but it excels at it.
Basically it has been created in 2014 on the same blockchain technology that Bitcoin (UTXO), but it has improved a lot since. Using DigiByte let’s you have fast, reliable and secure payments, and with lost cost transaction fees.
To increase security DigiByte let people mine it with…
Fancy to create the most low-cost 64-Bit DigiByte Node, Full Node? Here is a small step by step guide.
Depending on how you want to connect your Rock64, you’ll have a private or a public node. The only difference between these two are if your firewall or your router is preventing other DigiByte users from discovering your node.
Anyway if you are not ready to let people connecting to your node, you are still helping the DigiByte network as you are keeping a copy of the blockchain.
This guide is based on using a Rock64 with 4GB RAM from Pine64…