@dawallet said in Compile and run Burst Core Wallet 1.3.6cg on Linux (old H2 DB):
The new version of the core wallet with its different DB possibilities may be a challenge for some people with Linux.
I spend some time with it myself and that's why I write this small tutorial for Linux user. ;)
It's for people who can't or don't want to use this nicely maintained repo: http://package.cryptoguru.org/ .
Hand-crafted is in vogue anyways...
Thank you for your contribution into BURST distribution.
But... We are living in the third millennium, may be it's enough of manual labor?..
I was trying to install BURST wallet with MariaDB following the description at http://package.cryptoguru.org/. Only the last described way was useful, but after installation BURST wallet simply does not start.
java.sql.SQLInvalidAuthorizationSpecException: Could not connect: Access denied for user 'rabinovitch'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
It looks that the wallet is trying to enter into the database using wrong credentials, but I have edited all configuration files I found with credentials which BURST wallet is trying to use, but without any success.
There is a silence on Discord. May be someone here will help me (and the whole BURST community) to get the really working guide applicable to all fresh Ubuntu/Mint distributives?
@rnahlawi I remeber this error, I just being able to install and let everything work properly as I described after many attempts. So I suggest you PURGE everything and follow step by step what I wrote!
Let me know if it helped
@Gadrah_ is right, that is a small amount of gb space. You can get burst with that amonut but it's going to take you a long time to do so. I recommend you giving Surfbar(ref link) a try. I produce about 130 Burst per day on Surfbar. The amount of burst depends on the current price of burst on the exchanges so the amount varies.
@ranso73 unfortunately, the dcct-derived tools can not continue a failed plot. You'll have to restart. But if there is a substantial portion plotted, you can mine it anyway and just ignore the error message the miner throws. Up to you.
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@nihontastic That is no problem at all.
per TB you need to read 10^12/4096=244 MBytes, many ppl try to stay within 60 or 120 seconds scan time -> 244/60=4 MByte/s. So a 2 TB HD uses 4 MB/s bandwith if scanned in 1 minute (every 4 minutes). That is easy even with USB-2.
You need a (or many) plotfile(s) on that disk. The content MUST NOT overlap the other plotfiles you have. The naming scheme is:
We only look at start+length here. If you plot a single file onto that disk, just make sure that it's start value is equal or larger than your other file's (start+length).
This example file has 1000 nonces, numbered 0..999:
The next file MUST start AT LEAST at 1000 :
As from the above screenshots you are plotting your 2 TB disk from nonce 0, and I suspect this is an overlap with your existing disk ?