just start the daemon using the datadir parameter:
In the dash.conf file just use the "bind" statement, like:
Hopefully that leads to more people realizing building such a system is actually difficult. A cryptocurrency basically - like most software systems - is trivial and that is what people get wrong so often. Making something "sort of working" might take a week, but making something stable is rather...
as you once said you are doing this because you are interested in amazon ec2 technics, if this works I hope you are not coming to the conclusion to run half of the darkcoin network on one instance as it would be possible on a c3.4xlarge (...
Well, if you want to see a small sample of "variance" check out https://drk.mn/ for the nodes
18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124
It is more or less 7days, exact same setup, all new private keys...
As you can see with 126.96.36.199 its kind of a winner-takes-all issue
how have you started your darkcoind daemon on the remote server? If you check if the debug.log of the remote and local what are the last timestamps?
If you are new to linux these commands will help a lot
tail -f <path to debug.log> ( gives you like a continuos flow of the last lines in the...
This gets an 9 out of 10 in bullshit bingo scale and the code is even worse. I don't know much about C code development but that guy gives a shit about lots style guidelines, commit messages are horrible, nearly no comment, several hundred lines of code are removed just with comments, includes...
I just checked the options of darkcoind with ( in linux )
./darkcoind --help and that gives me the informations:
-conf=<file> Specify configuration file (default: darkcoin.conf)
-datadir=<dir> Specify data directory
With that you could have two darkcoin.conf files in one...
1) Yes that works, just start two daemons with a darkcoin.conf each which uses bind=<ip address> and rpcport=<just some port>
2) don't if that is possible. I don't thinks so because its is important the 1000drk are in the 0th account address.
or you could just use the datadir parameter so your call could look like
./darkcoind -datadir="<the full path to the folder where darkcoin.conf is located>
if you want to use the qt version ./darkcoin-qt -datadir works too.
In a world I want to live in the importance of hard work is not correlated to how easy it can be seen. I think you should post an address and people will either send some coins out of pity or appreciation. Especially if you can get one of the other core team members vouch for your credibility.