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Umbrel ☂ | bitcoin & Lightning Node | Raspberry Pi 4 Setup Install | #2 🚀

Umbrel ☂ | bitcoin & Lightning Node | Raspberry Pi 4 Setup Install | #2 🚀 submitted by Shenron2020 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Umbrel ☂ | bitcoin & Lightning Node | Raspberry Pi 4 Setup Install | #2 🚀 (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Umbrel ☂ | bitcoin & Lightning Node | Raspberry Pi 4 Setup Install | #2 🚀 (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Ready to build my own Bitcoin full node on an old Raspberry Pi 2

Ready to build my own Bitcoin full node on an old Raspberry Pi 2 submitted by fede93g to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

New home, noob questions about network, need suggestions and help

Posted this over in /homelab but hopefully it's ok here as well:
Hey...I just bought a house and need to setup the home network and was looking for suggestions. I've read through a lot here and at /homelab , plus googling, but hoping to get answers to some specific question. I have lived in apartments my entire adult life and the Asus N66U has done me well for the past 5 or so years, but won't cover the two story, 2,600 sqft house plus unfinished basement which will be finished to a home theater after we move in. Budget is not so much an issue, but it needs to be functional, expandable for future proofing and of course wife approved! Also to note I have Comcast or Verizon Fios available with gigabit speed (I currently have Comcast, but may switch to Verizon with their current gigabit for 79/month deal). With that said I will also need a new modem as curently I have the SB6141 which does max 343Mbps download. We don't have cable either (currently use an OTA antenna for basic channels).
 
Current Uses and Connected Devices
  1. - HTPC (limited) and Gaming/Casual desktop PC's
  2. - 1 SMART TV's
  3. - Chromcast
  4. - PS3/PS4 (will also add Xbox as well)
  5. - up to 10 wifi connected devices (laptops, phones, tablets)
  6. - Raspberry pi running Bitcoin node.
  7. - OTA antenna with HD homerun
 
Future Uses and plans
  1. - Home theater in basement with Smart TV, and possibly a projector(undecided), Xbox/PS consoles will be here, Surround sound speakers, etc
  2. - Full on Media server
  3. - Security Camera system
  4. - Home automation (unsure exactly yet, but want to be prepared for fun toys)
 
My plan is to have all my networking and home theater equipment in a closet in the basement. I was thinking under the stairs. Is this a good location? Enough ventilation in these areas in general? I want a build in A/V rack visible from the room and then the networking gear on a wall mounted rack inside a door under the stairs. Any problems here?
 
I don't believe the house is wired for much ethernet as it was built 20 years ago so I was going to have A/V or low voltage guy to come in a drop some cat5e or cat6 from that hub area to the first floor office, first floor living room (with a unify 8 port switch for all the needs there), first floor ceiling (for AP), probably one in the garage and also the second floor ceiling (for AP). I have attached floor plan of where I plan to put these APs. Any other recommendations? There would also be an AP in the basement, but it's not finished so can freely move. I want the entire house covered and the porch/deck areas would be nice as well but not 100% necessary.
 
Based on what I've been reading, the Ubiquiti Unifi AP seem to be the way to go. I was thinking about getting the UAP-PRO, but is that necessary. Could I get away with the UAP-AC-LITE? Having <300Mbps on wifi is not that big of an issue as most transfer heavy things will be wired. I would just go with the PRO but the LITE being a bit smaller might be more favorable for the wife with minimal loss of function since I think it should cover the area and has PoE. Also, do the locations of the APs seem reasonable? (see images). To power these I will have a 24 port unifi switch on the rack in the closet.
 
I am not sure about the USG vs the Edgerouter series. I am not too familiar with the CLI but I am somewhat tech savvy and have taught myself Python over the years so I don't think it would be a big issue to learn and read up on. I am not so familiar with networking in general though. Should I go with the Edgerouter Lite due to more friendly and accessible GUI or USG to keep everything in the Unifi line?
 
 
first floor plan
second floor plan
submitted by boo__urns to HomeNetworking [link] [comments]

ROKOS v10 • Bitcoin Full node OS w/ Bitcoin v0.19.0.1 released for Raspberry Pi 2, Pi 3 and Pi 4

ROKOS v10 • Bitcoin Full node OS w/ Bitcoin v0.19.0.1 released for Raspberry Pi 2, Pi 3 and Pi 4 submitted by CryptoNewsMedia to OKcash [link] [comments]

Be a part of a growing trend! Only 1-2 watts of power, this light-weight BTG Core Full Node is amazing to run on a Raspberry Pi. One of the easiest tutorials to follow. Help the Bitcoin Gold Network! #Node #Cryptocommunity #Adoption #BitcoinNetwork

Be a part of a growing trend! Only 1-2 watts of power, this light-weight BTG Core Full Node is amazing to run on a Raspberry Pi. One of the easiest tutorials to follow. Help the Bitcoin Gold Network! #Node #Cryptocommunity #Adoption #BitcoinNetwork submitted by Asabmoni to BitcoinGoldHQ [link] [comments]

New home, noob questions about network, need suggestions and help

Hey...I just bought a house and need to setup the home network and was looking for suggestions. I've read through a lot here and at /HomeNetworking, plus googling, but hoping to get answers to some specific question. I have lived in apartments my entire adult life and the Asus N66U has done me well for the past 5 or so years, but won't cover the two story, 2,600 sqft house plus unfinished basement which will be finished to a home theater after we move in. Budget is not so much an issue, but it needs to be functional, expandable for future proofing and of course wife approved! Also to note I have Comcast or Verizon Fios available with gigabit speed (I currently have Comcast, but may switch to Verizon with their current gigabit for 79/month deal). With that said I will also need a new modem as curently I have the SB6141 which does max 343Mbps download. We don't have cable either (currently use an OTA antenna for basic channels).
 
Current Uses and Connected Devices
  1. - HTPC (limited) and Gaming/Casual desktop PC's
  2. - 1 SMART TV's
  3. - Chromcast
  4. - PS3/PS4 (will also add Xbox as well)
  5. - up to 10 wifi connected devices (laptops, phones, tablets)
  6. - Raspberry pi running Bitcoin node.
  7. - OTA antenna with HD homerun
 
Future Uses and plans
  1. - Home theater in basement with Smart TV, and possibly a projector(undecided), Xbox/PS consoles will be here, Surround sound speakers, etc
  2. - Full on Media server
  3. - Security Camera system
  4. - Home automation (unsure exactly yet, but want to be prepared for fun toys)
 
My plan is to have all my networking and home theater equipment in a closet in the basement. I was thinking under the stairs. Is this a good location? Enough ventilation in these areas in general? I want a build in A/V rack visible from the room and then the networking gear on a wall mounted rack inside a door under the stairs. Any problems here?
 
I don't believe the house is wired for much ethernet as it was built 20 years ago so I was going to have A/V or low voltage guy to come in a drop some cat5e or cat6 from that hub area to the first floor office, first floor living room (with a unify 8 port switch for all the needs there), first floor ceiling (for AP), probably one in the garage and also the second floor ceiling (for AP). I have attached floor plan of where I plan to put these APs. Any other recommendations? There would also be an AP in the basement, but it's not finished so can freely move. I want the entire house covered and the porch/deck areas would be nice as well but not 100% necessary.
 
Based on what I've been reading, the Ubiquiti Unifi AP seem to be the way to go. I was thinking about getting the UAP-PRO, but is that necessary. Could I get away with the UAP-AC-LITE? Having <300Mbps on wifi is not that big of an issue as most transfer heavy things will be wired. I would just go with the PRO but the LITE being a bit smaller might be more favorable for the wife with minimal loss of function since I think it should cover the area and has PoE. Also, do the locations of the APs seem reasonable? (see images). To power these I will have a 24 port unifi switch on the rack in the closet.
 
I am not sure about the USG vs the Edgerouter series. I am not too familiar with the CLI but I am somewhat tech savvy and have taught myself Python over the years so I don't think it would be a big issue to learn and read up on. I am not so familiar with networking in general though. Should I go with the Edgerouter Lite due to more friendly and accessible GUI or USG to keep everything in the Unifi line?
 
 
first floor plan
second floor plan
submitted by boo__urns to homelab [link] [comments]

Raspberry Pi full node kit?

Is there anywhere that sells a raspberry pi full bitcoin node kit?
submitted by TwoDogKnight to btc [link] [comments]

[GUIDE] Raspberry Pi 3 with WD PiDrive 1TB - UASF BIP148 Bitcoin 14.2 Full Node

[GUIDE] Raspberry Pi 3 with WD PiDrive 1TB - UASF BIP148 Bitcoin 14.2 Full Node submitted by duckordian to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

while blockstream core whine about the centralization & paypal 2.0 dangers , here's a post about a bitcoin node running just fine on a raspberry pi zero w with an external 1tb drive , for way less than 100 $ total . for a pruned node a drive a 10th of that size would be still ok .

submitted by realistbtc to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin full node on Raspberry Pi 2?

Has anyone run a Bitcoin full node on a Raspberry Pi 2? I'm wondering if it is powerful enough to handle the resource load under normal operation (once the chain has been synced). In particular, I am interested in running some other things on the pi simultaneously, such as an Electrum server and Owncloud. Any ideas as to how much memory and CPU will be left over?
submitted by thunder9861 to BitcoinBeginners [link] [comments]

How to run a full Bitcoin node on a Raspberry Pi 2

Hello,
I am looking for an idiot proof step by step instruction guide to setup a full Bitcoin node on a Raspberry Pi 2 (Headless).
Any help would be awesome.
submitted by Sanvido to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

5 days to go - A cheap plug-n-play mini bitcoin full node on a Raspberry Pi 2 micro computer

5 days to go - A cheap plug-n-play mini bitcoin full node on a Raspberry Pi 2 micro computer submitted by fahad231 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[GUIDE] Raspberry Pi 3 with WD PiDrive 1TB - UASF BIP148 Bitcoin 14.2 Full Node

[GUIDE] Raspberry Pi 3 with WD PiDrive 1TB - UASF BIP148 Bitcoin 14.2 Full Node submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

while blockstream core whine about the centralization & paypal 2.0 dangers , here's a post about a bitcoin node running just fine on a raspberry pi zero w with an external 1tb drive , for way less than 100 $ total . for a pruned node a drive a 10th of that size would be still ok .

submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Running Full node on Orange Pi Plus 2 vs Raspberry Pi 3 Model B? /r/Bitcoin

Running Full node on Orange Pi Plus 2 vs Raspberry Pi 3 Model B? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Building a Bitcoin node on your Raspberry Pi 2

submitted by gizram84 to raspberry_pi [link] [comments]

Trying to run full node on my Raspberry Pi 2. Having problems using external HDD to store Bitcoin Core data directory.

Trying to run full node on my Raspberry Pi 2. Having problems using external HDD to store Bitcoin Core data directory. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How well has your Raspberry Pi 2 Full node been functioning? /r/Bitcoin

How well has your Raspberry Pi 2 Full node been functioning? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Do you think it's pointless to run a full node on a Raspberry Pi 2? /r/Bitcoin

Do you think it's pointless to run a full node on a Raspberry Pi 2? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is a full node still possible on a raspberry pi 2? + a few more questions /r/Bitcoin

Is a full node still possible on a raspberry pi 2? + a few more questions /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Raspberry Pi 2 Modell B: Bitcoin Node für 35 $

Raspberry Pi 2 Modell B: Bitcoin Node für 35 $ submitted by voephilis to BitcoinDE [link] [comments]

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Raspberry PI 2 based Bitcoin full node. Contribute to DavidBeale/pi-node development by creating an account on GitHub. Raspnode is a project created to help people get Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum nodes, wallets, and related cryptocurrency software on their Raspberry Pi 2 micro computers. Raspnode was launched last year as a Kickstarter project , but now the project’s website also contains detailed guides on how to run a full node for Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum. Turn the raw processing power of your Raspberry Pi into cold hard cash with this awesome Raspberry Pi full Bitcoin node project. It was developed and shared by Howchoo's Tyler Jones just earlier ... But if you're using the Raspberry Pi as a dedicated Bitcoin full node, you'll likely want the daemon to start whenever the machine boots. To do so, edit your crontab by running the following command: crontab -e. And append the following: @reboot bitcoind -daemon --datadir=/mnt/bitcoin. Save the file and exit. Now the bitcoin daemon will start whenever your system boots. 8. Test your connection ... Run a Full Bitcoin Node on Raspberry Pi. You can run a full Bitcoin node on your Raspberry Pi to validate and secure your transactions, as well as help process the network transactions of other Bitcoin users. It is important to note that running a full Bitcoin node does not earn you Bitcoin. Your Bitcoin wallet will not swell with every transaction. However, you do contribute to Bitcoin ...

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