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running a FedoraGold walletd server


Fedoragold walletd can be run on all 3 major operating systems, however we recommend installation with Ubuntu versions 18+ (or later).
FedoraGold provides precompiled binaries for Ubuntu 18+ ; those are located at:


where you can download fedoragold_walletd via wget "https://github.com/jojapoppa/fedoragold-wallet-electron/releases/download/v3.1.0/fedoragold_walletd".
(for version 3.1 for example).


To access the command line parameters type: fedoragold_walletd --help
The most used parameters are described further below:

fedoragold_walletd --address : prints a list of all wallet addresses contained in this wallet

--data-dir : location where you would like your blockchain stored. this defaults to ~/.fedoragold

--log-file path : if you want to maintain logs, this specifies the location of the log file
--log-level # : the log level of output. defaults to level 2

--bind-port arg : port on which this wallet server will listen (defaults to 8070)

--rpc-user arg : if set this server will require the following userid & password for API access
--rpc-password arg

--container-file arg : the path and name of your wallet file (REQUIRED)
--container-password arg : the password of your wallet file (REQUIRED)

--daemon-address arg : the location where your fedoragold_daemon is running (defaults to localhost)
--daemon-port arg : the port on which your local fedoragold_daemon is running (defaults to 8081)

--generate-container : if set then the server will create a new wallet file using the above information

--view-key arg : used if you need to restore a wallet from private keys using the wallet file name above
--spend-key arg

--server-root arg : the folder name that this wallet server will use as its home folder
(not required)

--p2p-bind-port : the port that fedoragold_daemon is running on (defaults to 30158 - Note: only used if you had to port map your daemon)

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