I decided to package Fulcrum for Fedora Linux and distribute it via COPR.
Fulcrum is a fast & nimble SPV server for Bitcoin Cash. It is written with C++ and Qt.
It is possible to include the server into the official Fedora repository in the future.
# Enable package repo $ sudo dnf copr enable jonny/BitcoinCash # Download and install the package $ sudo dnf install fulcrum # Start the fulcrum service $ sudo systemctl start fulcrum.service # View the logs $ journalctl -f -u fulcrum.service # View the status $ systemctl status fulcrum.service
Sounds strange, but my intentions was to call the package fulcrum, will find out why I needed to call it Fulcrum-contrib-rpm.
Update: I managed to rename the package name to fulcrum.
The config file is located
There is a dedicated user called
fulcrum that runs the server via systemd, the datadir used is
The executable is installed in
/usr/bin/fulcrum and can also be executed as a normal user.
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