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Building Futurepia

For Ubuntu 16.04

sudo apt-get install -y \
    autoconf \
    automake \
    cmake \
    g++ \
    git \
    libbz2-dev \
    libsnappy-dev \
    libssl-dev \
    libtool \
    make \
    pkg-config \
    python3 \
    python3-jinja2 \
    doxygen
sudo apt-get install -y \
    libboost-chrono-dev \
    libboost-context-dev \
    libboost-coroutine-dev \
    libboost-date-time-dev \
    libboost-filesystem-dev \
    libboost-iostreams-dev \
    libboost-locale-dev \
    libboost-program-options-dev \
    libboost-serialization-dev \
    libboost-signals-dev \
    libboost-system-dev \
    libboost-test-dev \
    libboost-thread-dev
sudo apt-get install -y \
    libncurses5-dev \
    libreadline-dev \
    perl
git clone https://github.com/futurepia/futurepia
git submodule update --init --recursive
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..
make -j$(nproc) futurepiad
make -j$(nproc) cli_wallet

For Windows

Cross compile from Linux to Windows using cygwin

  1. Install cygwin
  • Install packages i.e devel, perl, util, debug
  1. After running cygwin, install apt-cyg
wget raw.github.com/transcode-open/apt-cyg/master/apt-cyg
  1. Install other programs (optional)
apt-cyg install bzip2 gzip m4 make unzip zip
  1. Installl the python jinja2 module

  2. Adding a cygwin installation path to window environment variable

  • Add CYWIN_HOME from System Properties -> Environment variables to C:\cygwin64
  • Add %CYGWIN_HOME%\bin to PATH
  1. Boost Library 1.58.0 version build

  2. OpenSSL build

  3. Futurepia build

8.1 Setup build environment (inside build folder)

../programs/build_helpers/configure_build.py --openssl-dir=/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32 --boost-dir=/usr/local --sys-root=/usr/bin -f -r --win

testnet

 ../programs/build_helpers/configure_build.py --openssl-dir=/usr/x86_64-w64-mingw32 --boost-dir=/usr/local --sys-root=/usr/bin -f -r --win --test

8.2 build

make -j6 futurepiad
make -j6 cli_wallet

H/W requirements.

HDD free space 54G or more
CPU dual core or more
RAM 4 GB or more
OS
Linux: Ubuntu 16.04 or later
Window: Windows 10

How to run the Node Program

Linux

  1. Move to the directory where the futurepiad file is located, execute the node program with the following command

    ./futurepiad

Windows

  1. Open Explorer and move to folder with futurepiad.exe
  2. Right-click on the folder while holding down the shift key on the keyboard
  3. Select "Open powerShell window here" in the pop-up menu
  4. Check if the folder name is same as futurepiad.exe and if it is the same, execute the node program with the following command

    .\futurepiad.exe

Setting up Node program

Modify the node_data_dir/config.ini file created after the first node execution. After modifying config.ini, you must restart node program.

Frequently used settings in config.ini Description

. p2p-endpoint: ip, port settings for this node
. seed-node: ip, port setting of node to receive block data (multiple setting possible)
. rpc-endpoint: settings for ip or port to be used when the wallet or API communicates with this node through rpc.
. public-api: settings for api to be used on this node
. enable-plugin: settings for plugin to be used on this node
. bobserver: Setting up the BP or BO on this node (multiple setting possible)
. private-key: Block creation key for BP and BO that were setup in bobserver (in the same order as the order of bobserver during multiple setting)

How to run wallet program

Linux

  1. For ubuntu 18.0.4 Execute the following command to connect the readline package version.
sudo ln -s /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libreadline.so.7/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libreadline.so.6
  1. Move to the directory where the cli_wallet file is located and run the wallet program executing the following command
> ./cli_wallet

Windows

  1. Run the node program 1 through 3 in order.
  2. Check if folder name is same as cli_wallet.exe.
> ./cli_wallet.exe

Using wallet

You must set the password to be used for this wallet when running the wallet program for first time or when the command prompt is marked as new. ** If you lose this password, you will not be able to use the information stored in the existing wallet, so do not lose it. **

      set_password [wallet password]
      new >>> set_password

Unlock wallet

If command prompt is locked, other commands can not be used.

      unlock [wallet password]  
      locked >>> unlock

Key registration

When executing commands such as create / update etc, the active private key of BP / BO is needed, so the key is included in the wallet.

      import_key [private key]
      unlocked >>> import_key 5Jzx2cr27Suff1SjDh4M9qaAbLeCPKyDNUFL8cEffYBXPQBfK74

Create an account

      create_account [BP / BO account id] [account id to create] [json meta data (empty string possible)] true  
      unlocked >>> create_account oneofall test001 "" true

Account information inquiry

      get_account [account id]
      unlocked >>> get_account test001

coin transfer

      transfer [sender account id] [recipient account id] [amount sent] [note] true   
      unlocked >>> transfer test001 test002 "100.00000000 FPC" "" true
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