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Who is making the Android to Bitcoin's Linux?

The Linux kernel existed for years as a minority OS until Android came along... and it is now on almost 4 billion devices. Android and Linux even forked away from each other for 2 years before they re-merged in 2012.
Will something similar happen with Bitcoin? Should we be scared of forks, variants and multiple implementations?
Which company is working on making Bitcoin for the masses?
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Who is making the Android to Bitcoin's Linux? /r/Bitcoin

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[Build Ready] Bitcoin/Linux/Windows build (noob here, helped by a pro)

Hey guys this is my first build but my friend helped me so everything should be in order, I just want a sanity check:
http://secure.newegg.com/WishList/PublicWishDetail.aspx?WishListNumber=11967569 (I'm also saving about 70$ from Newegg promos)
Monitor: http://www.ecost.com/p/LG-Electronics-Monitors/product~dpno~8256700~pdp.gcidgfd (I already have 1 23inch monitor but it is not LED backlit and I don't have access to it until late August)
Graphics Cards: Two Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 XTREME are already in the mail
Reaoning: I plan on running some flavor of linux as my main OS (probably Arch Linux). Windows 7 will run either concurrently with Xen Hypervisor or in a Virtual Machine -- occasionally I may boot into Windows 7 for games if I can't get graphics card access through the hypervisor).
Additionally, I will be mining bitcoins with the two GPUs most of the time (whenever I am not using them for anything else). I plan on putting the HDDs into a RAID array (I'm even sort of considering a 4th one since they are so cheap).
I am a either double majoring or single majoring in ECE and/or CS and plan on using this to compile and manage large projects and possibly run resource intensive programs.
I tend to be lazy with my tabs and I don't like closing programs (I need a lot of RAM -- also running two OSs will take RAM)
I have three points that I'd like others' opinions on (other than an overall sanity check).
Case: Can I fit everything in this case (without a big risk of heat problems)? My friend definitely thinks so, but I just want to make sure. I would rather have the mid case.
PSU: If the bitcoin market starts to become really profitable again (like where it was a few weeks ago) I will probably get a 3rd GPU and possibly that bitcoin miner ASIC that's supposedly being released in Q4. In my wishlist I currently have an 850Watt PSU but I'm actually leaning towards the Cooler Master 1KWatt PSU now
Monitor: Do you think there is a huge risk getting a refurbished monitor? If so what 23 inch LED back-lit monitor would you recommend?
Thanks for your help!
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I just launched my store on the #Phore Marketplace on #Arch Linux

I just launched my store on the #Phore Marketplace on #Arch Linux

I just launched my store on the #Phore Marketplace on #Arch Linux
I just launched my store on the #Phore Marketplace on #Arch Linux: pm://QmNuDAz5d6R95zv2RQU7uNxmmvEFCRfT4akpmNv2ApyMZt/store
It is really very cool!
And you can freely sell your goods without any complicated registrations on Amazon, Ebay and Alibaba. $PHR #bitcoin #linux
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old laptop + lightweight linux distro = bitcoin full node

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Bitcoin price quote for Linux shell

I love to work with the Linux shell (bash; Linuxmint/Ubuntu) all day, and from time to time I want to know the current price of Bitcoin and Ether. So I created a simple Linux shellscript, which displays both cross-prices to USD and EUR within the shell after typing in "btc". I know that I could use the web for this task, but I like it this way and I also don't want to be constantly informed (i.e. with an app on the smartphone).
Here it is, let me know if you like it.
#!/bin/bash # this simple Linux shell script uses the "jq" command line # JSON data processor pls. install "jq" first (sudo apt # install jq) then save the skript with an editor as i.e. # "btc" under a path for executables, (i.e. ~/.local/bin/) # and make it executable ("sudo chmod +x btc"). The script # uses market data from the kraken api; pls. feel free to # use any other api. The script displays the current price # of Bitcoin and Ether in USD and EUR. If you don't like # the colors, try playing around with the "tput setaf x" # (color of characters) and "tput setab x" (background # color); you might find the information frome here: # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5947742/how-to-change-the-output-color-of-echo-in-linux # useful. Enjoy! JSN1=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=XBTUSD") JSN2=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=XBTEUR") JSN3=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=ETHUSD") JSN4=$(curl -s "https://api.kraken.com/0/public/Ticker?pair=ETHEUR") QRAW1=$(echo $JSN1 | jq ".result.XXBTZUSD.c[0]") QRAW2=$(echo $JSN2 | jq ".result.XXBTZEUR.c[0]") QRAW3=$(echo $JSN3 | jq ".result.XETHZUSD.c[0]") QRAW4=$(echo $JSN4 | jq ".result.XETHZEUR.c[0]") RGX='\"\([0-9]\+\)\.[0-9]\+\"' Q1=$(echo $QRAW1 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q2=$(echo $QRAW2 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q3=$(echo $QRAW3 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") Q4=$(echo $QRAW4 | sed "s/${RGX}$/\1/g") RED=`tput setaf 1` GREEN=`tput setaf 2` WHITEBACK=`tput setab 7` CYANBACK=`tput setab 6` BOLD=`tput bold` RESET=`tput sgr0` echo "${WHITEBACK}${BOLD}${RED}Bitcoin: $""$Q1"" €""$Q2${RESET}"" ${BOLD}${CYANBACK}${GREEN}Ether: $""$Q3"" €""$Q4${RESET}" 
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Why are there no packages for Bitcoin in Linux?

Trying to install a Bitcoin core node. I have decent IT knowledge, very little programming knowledge. This is a nightmare trying to get this going. I'm on Ubuntu server 18.04 (very stable). I can't see any application packages available in the software center, nor on the official github repo. I'm getting an error: E: Unable to locate package bitcoin-qt when sudo apt-get install bitcoin-qt AND sudo apt-get bitcoin
Can someone please explain why it is so difficult to setup a full node?
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Could Bitcoin share the same fate as Linux?

While they are giving power back to the users both seem to lack the direction to bring them mainstream. How can we fix this?
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The Linux Foundation Youtube channel Bitcoin scam?

A few weeks ago a live stream was started on the Youtube channel The Linux Foundation(if I remember correctly). It showed an old video of a discussion with Linus and on the side stated that it was a bitcoin giveaway to thank everyone for their support. You had to pay a bitcoin wallet, then you will get double the amount back.
This is similar to the twitter hack, but no one spoke about it.
Does anyone remember this happening? Why did it not make news?
I cannot find any info about this event. Just want to know if anyone besides me remember this happening.
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Key Security Tips for Online Trading #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #hacking #security #trading #hacker #hacking #cybersecurity #hackers #linux #ethicalhacking #programming #security #mrhacker

Key Security Tips for Online Trading #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #hacking #security #trading #hacker #hacking #cybersecurity #hackers #linux #ethicalhacking #programming #security #mrhacker submitted by mrhackerco to u/mrhackerco [link] [comments]

High‑profile Twitter accounts hacked to promote Bitcoin scam #hacker #hacking #cybersecurity #hackers #linux #ethicalhacking #programming #security #mrhacker

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Improved version: Bitcoin price quote for Linux shell

Some weeks ago I posted a simple shell skript for Linux that allows for Bitcoin and Ether price quotes from the comand line. The new version uses the CoinGecko-API (the 1st uses Kraken), and is now capable of quoting all supported crypto currencies as well as all supported cross-FIAT-currencies (55 at the moment, including some cryptos like Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Ripple, as well as the commodities gold and silver.
You can find both versions of the skript here:
https://github.com/fatrattombala/bash-btc-quote
Simply copy the "btc.sh" file to your /home directory and follow the instructions in the "Readme" file.
Enjoy!

original post was: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/gyep9p/bitcoin_price_quote_for_linux_shell/
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Worst fear: Like many other other open source projects (cough Linux), cultural marxists slowly slide into Bitcoin community and harass anyone they deem "bigoted", "transphobic", etc. Eventually Bitcoin is diluted to guarantee free income to the "underprivileged" etc.

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Linux Mint accepts Bitcoin Cash! Send them some love! (PS the OS rocks!)

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AULA 013#BITCOIN + COMO COMPRAR CRIPTOMOEDAS | DANTE LINUX - Dicas sobre Bitcoin - mais rápido rápido

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FreeBSD is to Linux as Monero is to Bitcoin

I know this may be a bit off topic, but to the extent we care about security and decentralized open software, I believe this is relevant...
Linux user here, almost 3 years on Qubes. After newfa*%ing LinuxMint for awhile, then trying to be cool with dual boot encrypted partitions + VirtualBox ... I decided I was better off just trying Qubes. Luckily, my terminal "skills" were just enough to get me there, and I haven't looked back... Until now.
Just bought a new Ryzen Threadripper, intended for minting some sweet Monedo, running nodes on IPFS I2P TOR, rendering, music recording, big data, and home server type stuff. So, stick with Qubes? or try something else? Qubes isn't exactly a server distro. It doesnt always play well with PCI passthrough hardware. Also, this isn't my secure computing machine. But I do love VMs and containerization.
So I briefly tried Fedora Silverblue, with intent to play with Xen or KVM later on. But while setting up, I can't quite put my finger on it, I just didn't like it. So I looked around to see if another distro might better suit me. Enter the BSDs. Enter GPL licensing vs real freedom. Permit me a bit of stream of consciousness ...
I don't know why I never found it before. But FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and other BSDs are where I intend to migrate all my computing. They mostly avoid the above problems by being actually free software with a highly permissive BSD license. Corporations don't have to "control" BSD in order to be useful for their needs. They simply modify it, close their version of the code, and then release products like Playstation, Netflix, MacOS, Citrix, and others. They still work and share with upstream as it is mutually beneficial to do so, but no company is trying to force something like the monstrosity that is systemd.
From everything Im reading (and experiencing now running FreeBSD), there is better security, far less bloat, better modularity, better file system, more audits, and an actual adherence to UNIX philosophy. Their documentation is phenomenal, and I've learned a ton about the components of operating systems, including "Linux," in the past week. There are tons of packages, and even Monero has FreeBSD binaries.
Each BSD is a full operating system, designed as an integrated unit, which makes the system more reliable. As opposed to "Linux distributions" which are a patchwork of various fragmented components. And most BSDs are unique, not "flavors" of eachother like Linux distros. FreeBSD has been doing containers and VMs for almost 2 decades now, way ahead of the Linux kernel. The ZFS file system has significant advantages over ext4.
TLDR: If you're concerned, like me, about Linux being co-opted by large corporations, if you' re looking for a secure open-source OS, if you want incredible documentation that not only explains what to do during setup, but why and the underlying components which comprise your OS, then check out FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and the other BSDs.
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[Updated to Bitcoin v0.19 ] How To Run a Bitcoin Full Node over Tor on an Ubuntu (Linux) Virtual Machine

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Bitcoin Core tray icon in Linux

Hi,
I just installed Bitcoin Core and have encountered a problem. When I go to Options -> Window there are three options:
- Hide tray icon - Minimize to the tray instead of the taskbar - Minimize on close
The first option is selected and the first two options are greyed out. I've just reinstalled Bitcoin Core (not because of this but because I wanted the full blockchain instead of a pruned one) so I'm thinking the problem is with the OS? I'm running Linux Mint Cinnamon 19.3.
I find this enormously frustrating as I didn't have this problem in the past. Last week it was still nicely minimized to the tray.
Has anyone encountered a similar problem?
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Linux Mint accepts Bitcoin Cash! Send them some love! (PS the OS rocks!)

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04-19 06:54 - 'Slow internet Kali linux' (youtu.be) by /u/Kartik1636 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 86-96min

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04-15 20:44 - 'I'm pretty sure this channel is fake and this guy is trying to scam people for bitcoin.' (i.redd.it) by /u/LaZZeYT removed from /r/linux within 23-33min - reason: Not relevant to community

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