Okcash 4006 wallet released for Mac OS X and added to the downloads, enjoy 👌
(right click the installer file and click open so it can installs properly)
OK released for: [Mac - Windows - Ubuntu18 - Ubuntu16 - Debian9 - Debian8 - Fedora30]
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Quote from: Okorator on July 04, 2017, 02:12:52 pm
It's my honor to inform you of the addition of two new OKcash Collaborators! MarcelV and Jakub will be joining our community to help drive growth in the Czech Republic. They represent a larger community of crypto enthusiast looking to be a part of the next big thing. OKcash is it! You will begin to see them become a part of the OKcash network. They have already completed a Ukrainian translation of OKCash.org, and have in progress a Croatian and Czech version. Please join me in welcoming them!
Quote from: IronFixXxeR on May 27, 2017, 04:19:04 pm
Running Rokos V8 on a Raspberry Pi 3 and 64GB microSD card.
When I change the password from the terminal using
sudo passwdit does not save after the Raspberry Pi is restarted. It resets back to the default of "rokos".
What version of Linux is Rokos based off of? It shows "Ubuntu" when booting up but when I did apt-get update/upgrade it was downloading a bunch of stuff for Raspbian it looked like.
Along the same lines as the previous question, which version of RealVNC should I be downloading? I'd like to control Rokos from another computer. I tried installing the ARM version for Raspberry Pi but when clicking the install button it beings installing but then stops and the install button comes back. Not able to install it. Maybe I've got the wrong version?
Quote from: IronFixXxeR on May 26, 2017, 02:38:38 pm
I just installed the Rokos v8 on a 64GB Samsung class 10 microSD card. Got it running on the Raspberry Pi 3 just fine.
When I try the
sudo ./resize-sdcard.shcommand I just get
sudo: ./resize-sdcard.sh: command not found.
I've already done
sudo apt-get update&
sudo apt-get upgradeon the system.
Is there another command I should be using instead?
Quote from: pav on May 25, 2017, 12:04:48 am
OKtoshi, firstly I'm not sure port 8333 is the problem at first place. Reading from your link and checking the on [ur=https://bitnodes.21.co/#join-the-networkl]bitnode [/url] the port shows closed. I've done port forward on my router to my PI like this