How to build a KoreCoin wallet on Raspberry Pi with openSUSE
Setup your Pi
First, you will need to setup your Raspberry Pi with openSUSE. If you haven’t done that, please go back and complete that step
Build the KoreCoin wallet
All done? Great. Now it is time to build your KoreCoin wallet
Use SSH to login to your pi.
If you connected, you should be all ready to start building the Kore wallet.
Install the required software
We will be installing software so we need to switch to root user
Now let’s install our build dependencies
Go back to your user
You should no longer be the root user and your prompt should no longer be red.
Make the wallet
Use git to clone the source
There are two issues with the level db implementation in the version of the wallet
The first is easy to fix. You need to make the file build_detect_platfrom executable.
The second is a bit more complex. The version of the atomic_pointer header filefor leveldb that is packaged with the wallet source code is not compatable with ARM architechture. Fortunately for us, later versions are. We can drop one in and make it work.
Now we can build the wallet
Make the config file
Create the file ~/.KoreCoin/KoreCoin.conf
Note: replace the value for rpcpassword with your own value, make it a strong password as this allows access to your coins.
Restrict access to KoreCoin.conf
Start your wallet
You now have a functioning wallet. Go ahead and start it up and let it download the block chain. This will also take a while, up to a few days.
You can check on the status with the following command
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