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How to run Skywire on Orange Pi
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I just wonder if Skywire miner need a dedicated public IP address or not?
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(12-27-2017, 05:49 PM)cyou2 Wrote: I just wonder if Skywire miner need a dedicated public IP address or not?

It will during testing. Not sure when it goes live
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My opinion is that 1 Orange Pi or just running it on a laptop will be enough at the very start.

I don't see the point in spending more money on 8 Pis until we know that this whole network will definitely work.

I also don't understand why they chose 8 Orange Pis instead of just recommending a beast machine. Maybe it's because the Pi looks like its easily modified for prototypes for adaptations from users.
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(12-28-2017, 11:32 PM)Bakez Wrote: My opinion is that 1 Orange Pi or just running it on a laptop will be enough at the very start.

I don't see the point in spending more money on 8 Pis until we know that this whole network will definitely work.

I also don't understand why they chose 8 Orange Pis instead of just recommending a beast machine. Maybe it's because the Pi looks like its easily modified for prototypes for adaptations from users.

Yes wouldn't that be nice if a PC with extension cards could accomplish this.  I'm curious about the reasoning behind the Pi's.
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Hmm,there will be a lot of variations, an alternative is to run the node on your pc/laptop see if is worth and get some oranges
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#7
Seeding, is also the another option as a mining for Skycoin? If yes, then which software is for seeding Skycoin?
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#8
Happy to help Smile
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#9
Thanks for good info.

I will try this on my rasberrypi .
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(12-28-2017, 04:50 AM)skyguy Wrote:
(12-27-2017, 05:49 PM)cyou2 Wrote: I just wonder if Skywire miner need a dedicated public IP address or not?

It will during testing. Not sure when it goes live

What's the implication of having a dynamic IP address for those of us who have one that want to run a node? Requiring a static IP would severely restrict the number of users that could participate in countries like the UK for example.
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