someone can teach me farming on linux?
i need command by command help (one by one)
i am ready make little payment for that.
sorry, i dont understand what do you mean
oh no please. i just need farming on ubuntu thats all i need.
Some basic understanding of the underlying OS will help you as well
Once you get the basics you can follow the guides on Github (how to install chia onto ubuntu, etc…)
If you want to play in the kitchen, you need to learn about all the pots and pans.
What u need to know, I teach you.
thank you su much.
i just need 2 things
1- building farmer. i really have no idea about that.
2- building plotter i have no idea about that too.
thats all i need.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ca-certificates curl gnupg
curl -sL https://repo.chia.net/FD39E6D3.pubkey.asc | sudo gpg --dearmor -o /usr/share/keyrings/chia.gpg
echo “deb [arch=$(dpkg --print-architecture) signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/chia.gpg] https://repo.chia.net/debian/ stable main” | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/chia.list > /dev/null
sudo apt-get update
—-FULL UI VERSION with gui
sudo apt-get install chia-blockchain
—- CLI ONLY VERSION
sudo apt-get install chia-blockchain-cli
Enter thies commands one at a time.
Probably should go with a desktop environment and a GUI. Setup will be much much much easier for you getting started.
2 go with the gui and install a desktop environment of ur liking
oh no, i just try some cloud farm on there. i need cli only
how can i copy ca from the harvester?
how can i add plot files?
Setup a network share from ur harvester. Or use scp. Scp will copy file to endpoint of your choose…
If u want to create a plot using the oG client via the cli.
Than you’ll have to figure out what your arguments are for your string…
Same if u want to use mad max. Ur gonna have to read a little.
I can’t just give you what to put because it’s based on your personal arguments. Usually starts with
Chia plot create -h
If u need help with chia. U can always run the same command with -h.
Run chia -h…. Than Have a look. Explore the commands following with a -h as to not use the command but just to ask for help.
chia plots -h
chia plots create -h
let me know if you need more help. the last command will tell you all the arguments required for making a plot.
retrieve that from using other chia command, and where your storing plots. and where your creatijng plots and k32… to name a few.
As an alternative, Machinaris bundles all of this inside a Docker image that runs well on Ubuntu and provides a WebUI, plus automatic configuration of harvesters and plotters across your LAN. Even better, it’s free. No payments necessary.
thank you so much for all effort but i guess here is not right please for this help.
You are trying to teach something and I appreciate it but I really don’t understand anything. lol