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    andfletcher
    @andfletcher
    The quickstart script shows you the Email address. It is netstats@trustlines.foundation . You need to request a login via that Email address.
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    I have emailed two weeks ago I think. Haven’t got a reply yet.
    andfletcher
    @andfletcher
    @MorganGR im sure you will get an answer once everything is ready
    Anton Bukov
    @k06a
    @jannikluhn it is not really comfortable to run beta software node with my regular wallet private key. May I ask for private key change manually?
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Yes I’m sure @andfletcher !
    jannikluhn
    @jannikluhn
    @k06a I'm sorry, but this is not possible. The validator stake is locked in a trustless contract on Ethereum and we can't change the address there. That's why we suggested to create a dedicated address to participate in the auction.
    Blockproduction
    @Blockproduction
    sudo bash <(curl -L http://quickstart.tlbc.trustlines.foundation)
    % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
    Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0bash: /dev/fd/63: No such file or directory
    100 5 100 5 0 0 11 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 11
    100 5 100 5 0 0 5 0 0:00:01 --:--:-- 0:00:01 5
    100 1826 100 1826 0 0 1779 0 0:00:01 0:00:01 --:--:-- 0
    (23) Failed writing body
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    What happens if you run it without sudo? bash <(curl -L quickstart.tlbc.trustlines.foundation)
    This command does not work with sudo. It is meant to be run either by a normal user, this works, as long as you add you account to the docker group the script should explain that, or as root directly.
    If you want to run the script with sudo, download it first
    curl -L quickstart.tlbc.trustlines.foundation -o quickstart.sh. Then make it executable chmod +x quickstart.sh. Now you can execute it with sudo ./quickstart.sh
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Do we need a password for the testnet? When can we have the password for mainnet? (Can we install without a password?)
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    What password are you talking about, the one to encrypt your private key, or the one for the netstats service?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    You need a password to encrypt your private key into the keystore file for parity. However, this password can be freely choosen by you.
    You will only have to a ask for a login data for the netstats service if you want to report to it (mainnet or testnet). This is completely optional.
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    The nestats one!
    Ah it is optional? Ok
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    Yes. This is just a website to help the community (and you :D) to see some nodes that are running. So it is nice if you report there, but as this is a centralized website, this is optional. More information: https://github.com/trustlines-protocol/ethstats-client
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Awesome! In this case we should do it! But we can do it later I guess! It’s lower priority!
    Great! We shall do it !
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    Yes, just rerun the quickstart at the same place and it will ask you again for all components that were not set up before.
    cryptoum
    @cryptoum
    HiI'm a validator. I'Ve been running the scprit. But wasn't askewd for my ETH adress to verify that I am on the
    list. How should I do that?
    Is there any further script for the configuration of the ETH address?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    You should have been ask to give a private key or a keystore file. That private key has to belong to an address of there validator set.
    cryptoum
    @cryptoum
    ok. Got it. so when asked to give the key, i input my ETH address?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    It will ask you to provide the private key that belongs to your address either in raw hex format or as a keystore file. The address is not enough
    cryptoum
    @cryptoum
    Hi, thanks @berndbohmeier . Now, how to restart the script from scratch to give all info in due time?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    The easiest way is to go to the directory where you ran the quickstart and rename the folder tlbc to something else like old_tlbc. Then just rerun the quickstart.
    cryptoum
    @cryptoum
    Ok thanks. Only thing is: I don't have that folder in the trustline folder
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    Do you try to set up mainnet or testnet? Which command did you ran. It looks like you set up testnet.
    Anton Bukov
    @k06a
    Where to get credentials for netstat?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    Send an email to netstats
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    Sorry, there was something missing :D
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Yay! The GRACEaid.org.uk node is up!
    Is there the option to use Geth?
    Bernd Bohmeier
    @berndbohmeier
    It is only possible to use Geth for the Ethereum Mainnet node used for the token bridge. For the Trustlines Blockchain node it is currently not possible, as we use the Aura engine, which is currently only implemented by parity.
    Block Producer
    @block_producer_twitter
    Is there a tool that enables me to interact with a node running on the Trustlines network?
    Jacob Stenum Czepluch
    @czepluch
    Can I reuse netstats credentials for multiple nodes or do I need to get new ones if I spin up a second node?
    Block Producer
    @block_producer_twitter
    Is there a way to interact with parity if it's being run with Docker?
    jannikluhn
    @jannikluhn

    Yes, this is possible via JSON RPC. The safest way to do that is to run your stuff in a docker container as well and add it to the same network as the node is (which would be tlbc_home-net).

    The alternative is to expose/publish the JSON RPC port to the host machine. Then you wouldn't need to put your stuff in a docker machine. But in this case you should make sure the port is not accessible to the outside, otherwise you will almost certainly lose funds. The best way to do that is by using a firewall.

    @block_producer_twitter --^
    jannikluhn
    @jannikluhn
    @block_producer_twitter Turns out there's an easier way: You can access the JSON RPC interface directly (e.g. with curl), but you need to find out the IP address that docker assigns to the container. You can do that with docker inspect -f '{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' tlbc_home-node_1. Then use http://<ip address the command gave you>:8545 as endpoint for curl or whatever tool you're using
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Can anyone tell me what caused our node to be unstable or offline? (Ok it’s not sealing yet)
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Ok we just recreated our node now called GRACEaid
    geleeroyale
    @geleeroyale
    Hello! About to setup the Giveth node. Hello Andreas =)
    geleeroyale
    @geleeroyale
    I was looking for node hardware requirements, but could not find anything. What specs are fellow trustliners running?
    Andreas Papazidis
    @MorganGR
    Hello @geleeroyale !
    if you setup bare metal then it's AMD afaik
    we are running the GRACEaid one on AWS
    works a treat
    let me see if I can find anything