URALS node on Raspberry Pi 3
First of all you need to know the IP-address that the router gave out to your Pi.
Start your browser and enter router address (usually 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1). You will now see your router's website. Enter login and password. In the menu's somewhere there is a list of connected devices(DHCP). They all have a IP-address. Take note of the one called Raspberry.
Download putty www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html. Install and open it.
Enter the IP-address of the Pi at the Host Name and press Open. When you see a prompt of user and password enter 'pi' as login and 'raspberry' as password (if you don't chenge it).
It's recommended to change default passwords.
This can be done from command line.
Now you'll be prompted to enter the current password, the new password, and then retype the new password.
Type the following commands to update your Pi
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
Download the latest compiled binary of URALS for ARM processors https://github.com/JohnMnemonick/UralsCoin/releases
type on the command line
wait while loading and un-archive the file, type this on the command line
tar -xvzf urals-220.127.116.11-arm-linux-hf.tar.gz -C /urals
Run your URALS daemon
You get an error because the program should set dependencies
sudo apt-get install libboost-program-options1.62-dev
sudo apt-get install libboost-chrono1.62.0
sudo apt-get install libdb5.3++-dev
sudo apt-get install libevent-pthreads-2.0-5
Run URALS again
It will configure itself and download the blockchain. Be patient, it will take a long time and will only happen the first time.
Start up another putty and type:
The CPU is 100% all the time. When its done it is just about 10%.
Get new accounts
./urals-cli getaccountaddress pool
./urals-cli getaccountaddress trigger
To be continued....