Monero Node for Single Board Computers with Web Interface and additional tools pre-configured. Self Installing. (by monero-ecosystem)


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monero-ecosystem/PiNode-XMR is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts where PiNode-XMR has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-03-08.
  • Is there any small node- like devices or even raspberry pi like devices that can sit on a desk by my computer and run an XMR node? | 2021-03-08
  • Best SBC's to run nodes?
    I was referring to the PiNode project which is a quick and easy way to set up a node. The Raspberry Pi may not be ideal, but it works just fine once it's synced. Similarly mining on an i3 or RPi is less than ideal, but it works.
  • Nodes | 2021-03-06
    Yeah, I used to run a node on a pi and it worked great. The pi isn't very performant for the initial blockchain sync, but after it got synced up it was fine and especially if it's going to be your private node (not a public node handling lots of RPC requests) it really doesn't have to be performant. The only reason I switched away from the pi is because I wanted to run a public node, otherwise I'd still be doing it. See - this is what I used, all you need is a pi, sd card, and usb flash drive for the blockchain and you're good to go. | 2021-03-06
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    You can run a node on a Raspberry Pi!
  • PiNodeXMR help
    Not that menu no. When PiNodeXMR is installed it runs a web interface on your device that is accessible for you to interact with on your local network (LAN).
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  • help this is too complicated for me how to undo what i did | 2021-02-04
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    Did some digging again and I have removed what was causing the Monero v0 issue. Before the force update button was added, it was triggered by the 'if' statement of comparing the current version number to the new. I've removed this old flag so it won't happen again.
  • Any reason for running 24/7 my own node except from confirming 100% by myself the real balance of my account? I mean, can other people use my node if it is open 24/7 ? Do i support the network somehow else? Is it possible to get any money from doing this? | 2021-01-28
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  • Monero On Raspberry Pi | 2021-01-13
    I have a 2GB Rock64 I do the test builds on and it works fine but needs an extra 2GB swap file enabling for Monero to build properly. This is selected easily from the menu when installing.