Bitcoin.conf Daemon

Bitcoin Classic ships both a background application (called daemon in Linux) bitcoind and a graphical.

Bitcoin reads a config file called bitcoin.conf .

-conf= Specify configuration file (default: bitcoin.conf) -daemon Run in the background as a daemon and accept commands -datadir=Specify data directory

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This gives GUI options for maxuploadtarget and peerbloomfilters, while retaining the user-set values in the Daemon as well (unlike current GUI options). This is done by modifying a bitcoin_rw.conf which is loaded in addition to bitcoin.conf (before, because that’s how our precedence is setup). There’s about 200 LOC for making these updates, but it is all well-tested,

echo rpcuser=bitcoinrpc >> ~/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf echo rpcpassword=XXXXXX >> ~/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf (Warning: Don’t use XXXXXX as your RPC password. Copy the rpcpassword displayed by bitcoind for your system.) Now you can start Bitcoin Core daemon for real. Type the following command: bitcoind -daemon

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Bitcoin Core uses a file called bitcoin.conf that contains settings that.

LND, or the Lightning Network Daemon, is the software that interacts.

sudo stop bitcoind $ sudo -u bitcoin bitcoind -conf=/etc/bitcoin/bitcoin.conf – datadir=/var/lib/bitcoind -daemon -server -disablewallet –reindex.

What a typical bitcoin.conf file could look like: rpcuser=someusername rpcpassword=somepassword rpcallowip=localhost daemon=1 prune=600 minrelaytxfee=2500 maxconnections=20 maxuploadtarget=250 Below is a list of available options and settings available per the Bitcoin source code.

$ cd src $ mkdir signet $ echo "signet=1 daemon=1" > signet/bitcoin.conf $ ./bitcoind -datadir=signet Verify that you’re connected $ ./bitcoin-cli -datadir=signet getconnectioncount ***SHOULD BE MORE THAN ZERO*** $ ./bitcoin-cli -datadir=signet getblockcount ***SHOULD BE MORE THAN ZERO*** Get some coins. There is a command line tool you can use to get coins directly to your instance of Signet.

For some reason, the daemon doesn’t accept commands neither RPC, nor command-line. I’m running the prebuild 64 version of the bitcoind. It already downloaded all blocks etc and as is happyly running in the background, however it doesn’t allow any commands to be sent. For example: ./bitcoind getinfo error: couldn’t connect to server I tried with a config file having only.

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