A handy bash script to setup masternode in no time on a VPS with Ubuntu 16.04 x64.
VPS installation for version 220.127.116.11
wget -N https://raw.githubusercontent.com/privix/privix-masternode/master/masternode.sh bash masternode.sh
Desktop wallet setup
After the Masternode is up and running, you need to configure the desktop wallet accordingly. Here are the steps:
- Open the privix Desktop Wallet.
- Go to RECEIVE and create a New Address: MN1
- Send 1000 VPX to MN1. You need to send all 1000 coins in one single transaction.
- Wait for 16 confirmations.
- Go to Help -> "Debug Window - Console"
- Type the following command: masternode outputs
- Go to Tools -> "Open Masternode Configuration File"
- Add the following entry:
Alias Address Privkey TxHash TxIndex
- Alias: MN1
- Address: VPS_IP:PORT
- Privkey: Masternode Private Key
- TxHash: First value from Step 6
- TxIndex: Second value from Step 6
- Save and close the file.
- Go to Masternode Tab. If you tab is not shown, please enable it from: Settings - Options - Wallet - Show Masternodes Tab
- Click Update status to see your node. If it is not shown, close the wallet and start it again. Make sure the wallet is unlocked.
- Select your MN and click Start Alias to start it.
- Alternatively, open Debug Console and type:
startmasternode "alias" "0" "MN1"
- Login to your VPS and check your masternode status by running the following command to confirm your MN is running:
privix-cli masternode status
privix-cli masternode status privix-cli getinfo privix-cli mnsync status
Also, if you want to check/start/stop privix, run one of the following commands as root:
systemctl status privix #To check if privix service is running systemctl start privix #To start privix service systemctl stop privix #To stop privix service systemctl is-enabled privix #To check if privix service is enabled on boot