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Add Basic "How To Run A Full Node" Page #711

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merged 7 commits into from Feb 23, 2015
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ <h2>{% translate latestversion %} {{ site.DOWNLOAD_VERSION }}<a type="applicatio
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<h2><img src="/img/icons/note.svg" class="warningicon" alt="note">{% translate patient %}</h2>
<p>{% translate notesync %}</p>
<p>{% translate notesync %} {% translate full_node_guide %}</p>
<p>{% translate notelicense %}</p>
</div>
<script type="text/javascript">
@@ -239,6 +239,7 @@ en:
versionhistory: "Show version history"
notelicense: "Bitcoin Core is a community-driven <a href=\"https://www.fsf.org/about/what-is-free-software\">free software</a> project, released under the <a href=\"http://opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php\">MIT license</a>."
notesync: "Bitcoin Core initial synchronization will take time and download a lot of data. You should make sure that you have enough bandwidth and storage for the full block chain size (over 20GB). If you have a good Internet connection, you can help strengthen the network by keeping your PC running with Bitcoin Core and port 8333 open."
full_node_guide: "Read the <a href=\"/en/full-node\">full node guide</a> for details."
patient: "Check your bandwidth and space"
events:
title: "Conferences and events - Bitcoin"
@@ -594,7 +595,7 @@ en:
use: "Using Bitcoin"
usetxt: "<a href=\"#getting-started#\">Using Bitcoin</a> is the first thing you can do to support Bitcoin. There are probably many cases where it can make your life easier. You can accept payments and make purchases with Bitcoin."
node: "Be the network"
nodetxt: "If you have a good Internet connection, you can strengthen the Bitcoin network by keeping <a href=\"#download#\">full node software</a> running on your computer or server with port 8333 open. Full nodes are securing and relaying all transactions."
nodetxt: "If you have a good Internet connection, you can strengthen the Bitcoin network by keeping <a href=\"/en/full-node\">full node software</a> running on your computer or server with port 8333 open. Full nodes are securing and relaying all transactions."
mining: "Mining"
miningtxt: "You can start <a href=\"http://www.bitcoinmining.com/\">mining bitcoins</a> to help processing transactions. In order to protect the network, you should join <a href=\"http://mempool.info/pools\">smaller mining pools</a> and prefer decentralized pools like <a href=\"http://p2pool.in/\">P2Pool</a> or <a href=\"https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Comparison_of_mining_pools\">pools</a> with getblocktemplate (GBT) support."
develop: "Development"
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