On May 12th 2018, the Curium team released a new version of the wallet and with it came the long awaited collateral change from 1000 to 10000 CRU. This guide will explain how you can upgrade your 1k masternode to a 10k masternode. I’m expecting you already have a working masternode and have at least […]
Masternode setups can be tricky. The masternode and the wallet run on the same computer. Since a masternode needs a 24/7 internet connection, the wallet on it is, as they say, “hot”. It’s always connected.
A hot wallet masternode setup for Windows. The masternode and the wallet run on the same computer. Since a masternode needs a 24/7 internet connection, the wallet on it is, as they say, “hot”. It’s always connected.
Masternode setups can be tricky. With this cold wallet setup, we run going to run the masternode with an empty wallet. The wallet with the actual collateral coins will be located on a different computer (this can be your Windows, Mac or Linux workstation. Anywhere else but the masternode itself will do).
So, the olc config method of slapd is pretty nice, but sometimes it’s just easier to quickly edit the files directly in the slapd.d directory. Nasty side effect is that slapd will ignore files that fail the crc32 check.
Chromium’s (Chrome’s) protocol handling works in a different way then Firefox does. Firefox has it’s own piece of code to handle it (and configure it). Chromium uses xdg-utils to see what it needs to do.
There are currently 5 active ffmpeg release versions 0.7.x up to 0.11.x. This document describes how to install these versions. I’ll leave you with a system ready for you to pick a version you need/want and tell you how to install them. All versions are as complete as possible AND containing nearly all supported codecs.
So, as of last Sunday all java servers in my park started running at 100% CPU capacity. Turns out there’s a leap second bug in current java releases on Linux servers. I found this post where a temporary workaround/fix is provided.
Some users have this (nasty) habit of staying logged into their shells. Not just one, but A LOT of them, very annoying to see all those idle connections (IMHO). So to prevent these idle connections from staying open until the end of days is to set a simple environment variable called “TMOUT”.