Commercial masternode hosting services are available if you prefer to delegate day-to-day operation of your masternode to a professional operator. When using these hosting services, you retain full control of the DASH collateral and pay an agreed percentage of your reward to the operator. It is also possible to delegate your voting keys to a representative, see the governance documentation for more information. This guide assumes you are setting up a single masternode for the first time. If you are updating a masternode, see here instead. If Spork 15 is not yet enabled, it is not possible to directly set up a DIP masternode. You will need to set up the masternode following the old process and then work through the upgrade procedure. You will need:.
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Getting Git on a Server
This is generally straightforward to do. In order to clone your repository to create a new bare repository, you run the clone command with the --bare option. By convention, bare repository directory names end with the suffix. There are a couple of minor differences in the configuration file but, for your purpose, this is close to the same thing. It takes the Git repository by itself, without a working directory, and creates a directory specifically for it alone. Now that you have a bare copy of your repository, all you need to do is put it on a server and set up your protocols. Git will automatically add group write permissions to a repository properly if you run the git init command with the --shared option. Note that by running this command, you will not destroy any commits, refs, etc.
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Get the latest tutorials on SysAdmin and open source topics. Hub for Good Supporting each other to make an impact. Write for DigitalOcean You get paid, we donate to tech non-profits. When you first create a new Ubuntu This will increase the security and usability of your server and will give you a solid foundation for subsequent actions.