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    Linux and Ethereum nodes

    Story: Extremely high demand for Ethereum skills - Interview with Team Leader at EthereumTotal Replies: 4
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    henke54

    Jul 25, 2019
    8:52 AM EDT
    Quoting:EthArmbian (ARM64) [1] is a custom Ubuntu Linux image for the NanoPC-T4 ARM SoC [2] and the RockPro64 ARM SoC [3] that runs Geth or Parity Ethereum clients as a boot service and automatically turns the device into a full Ethereum node.
    henke54

    Nov 12, 2019
    7:39 AM EDT
    Justin Leroux wrote:You might not believe me now, but if you get that far you’re going to start playing around with Linux and possibly even enjoy it.
    henke54

    Nov 24, 2019
    9:06 AM EDT
    www.rqvoib.com.cn already registered for lxer.eth ? ;-)

    https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/ethereum-name-service-what...

    https://medium.com/the-ethereum-name-service/upcoming-change...
    henke54

    Dec 23, 2019
    8:05 AM EDT
    diglos76 wrote: It seems that the Raspbian Linux kernel has lots of problems handling 4GB of RAM (particularly on heavy i/o workloads). As so, The Raspberry Pi Foundation enabled a 64bit kernel on their official repository (note that the userland is still on 32bit). The 64bit kernel seems to fix the allocation memory issues.
    henke54

    Mar 30, 2020
    4:18 AM EDT
    diglos76 wrote:Ethereum on ARM is a project that provides custom Linux images for Raspberry Pi 4 (Ethereum on ARM32 repo [1]), NanoPC-T4 [2] and RockPro64 [3] boards (Ethereum on ARM64 repo [4]) that run Geth, Parity, Nethermind [5] or Besu [6] Ethereum clients as a boot service and automatically turns these ARM devices into a full Ethereum node.

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