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Monerod synchronization so slow it can't catch up to Blockchain on Raspberry Pi 4 + SSD

I want to set up a Monero full node on my new Raspberry Pi 4. First, I've downloaded the full blockchain by running monerod on my laptop on an external SSD, because I noticed doing so on the Raspberry ...
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Monero wallet GUI, unable to execute on KDE Raspbian OS (RPi Model 4B+)

Does anyone know how to fix this? -bash: /usr/bin/monero-wallet-gui: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error
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How to resolve the "Illegal instruction (core dumped)" error on Raspberry Pi 4 using 64-bit Ubuntu server

After following the answer to my previous question, I downloaded ARMv8 binaries to my Raspberry Pi 4 machine, running 64 bit Ubuntu server OS. This is the uname -a output on the terminal: ubuntu@...
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Which download file should I use for setting up a node in Raspberry Pi 4?

I want to setup a node at home using Raspberry Pi 4. I am running 64-bit Ubuntu server OS on it. Which monero download file should I pick, Linux ARMv8 or Linux ARMv7 ?
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Is there a way to tell if a Monero node is on, even though it is not public facing and behind a router?

I want to setup monerod on a Raspberry Pi and put it behind a router, but I it won't be public facing nor have any forwarded ports. Is there a way to tell if my Raspberry Pi is active with monerod ...
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Can I use the same Monero miner on a 32bit and 64bit os?

I'm mining Monero with my raspberry pi and everything's working just fine. Now I found out that the original (by the raspberry community/devs) os (Raspbian) is only 32bit... To increase my RPis ...
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0 hashrate - issue when mining Monero with CPUminer

Note: I know there are some answers out there like but none of them solved my problem. I also tried installing other miners but none of them worked for me (and I want to mine with CPUminer)... I've ...
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How to increase CPU cache on Raspberry Pi?

I'm mining some Monero on my raspberry pi (Of course only for educational purposes). In order to increase my hashrate I'd like to increase my CPU cache. I already searched SE but haven't found a ...
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Why low hash rates doing SHA/CryptoNight algorithm?

I have benn dealing with crypto currencies for the last few days(especially on Raspberry Pis) and now I'm wondering how a Raspberry can have such a bad hashrate(1-20H/s)... Mining is just doing SHA/...
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Does monero v12.2 work on a raspberry pi zero wireless?

Can monero v12.2 work on raspberry pi zero wireless and download the entire 50gb+ blockchain?
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How are the Monero ARMv7 CLI binaries built?

My goal is to set up a full Aeon node on a Raspberry Pi 3. I have been trying to compile the rebased Aeon code on it. After numerous attempts from scratch, the problem I encounter is that it errors ...
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Can monerod run stable on a Raspberry Pi 3 with microSD as storage?

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 and a microSD card (Samsung EVO+ 256 GB with advertised 95 Mb/s read and 90 Mb/s write). I'm using Ubuntu Mate 16.04, pretty much default setup (just added x11vnc for ...
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Solo mining Monero without downloading blockchain

Is there a way with mining Monero solo without downloading the blockchain? I have about 20 Raspberry Pi’s, which I didn’t pay for also I don’t pay for electricity. Downloading and syncing a large ...
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What are hardware requirements to run a small mining pool?

Im planning on setting up a small Monero or DigitalNote minig pool just for fun. If for example, 10 people connect to that pool, what would be the hardware requirements for it (CPU, RAM and storage)? ...
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cpuminer-multi error when mining cryptonight on Linux

I have just set up cpuminer-multi on my Raspberry Pi B+, my aim is to mine a cryptonight coin called Bytecoin. Instead of connecting the mining Pi to the pool, I will be connecting the mining Pi to a ...
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Cryptonight mining on Raspberry Pi

Recently I found out about cryptonight algorithms, Bytecoin in specific. I have about 20 Raspberry Pi’s here and I would like to know if cryptonight mining is possible on ARM processors. I am also ...
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Does the ARM v6 have enough power to be a Monero node?

I have compiled Helium Hydra, Point Release 1 on a Raspberry Pi first model powered by ARM v6. It took about 10 hours to compile all, but now it's fully working and I'm able to use it like a Monero ...
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Could I use a Raspberry Pi to mine Monero?

I have a Pi sitting around on my desk that I have never used. Could I use this to mine some Monero? I don’t pay for my electricity, so there is no cost for me.
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Raspberry pi cold wallet safety

I don't have an old computer to make an air gap. I do have a raspberry pi from 2012 though. If I made a new SD card with fresh OS would this be safe enough to make cold wallets on? It would be easy to ...
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Monero Wallet For Raspberry Pi 1? (ARMv6 I think)

Is there a version of the monero wallet for the Raspberry Pi Model B that is up to date? I have looked and can only find ones a year or older often with the links 404ing. Or could anyone help me ...
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Raspberry Pi 3, 64bit Suse and Monero

I know a lot of issues that people encounter running Monero nodes on rPis is due to the 32bit OS. I was planning to use this:https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Raspberry_Pi3 (A 64bit version of Suse) and ...
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Why does `monerod` on Raspberry Pi 3 with a copied LMDB not catch up with new blocks?

I have both a macOS system and a Raspberry Pi 3 on the same home network. Both are having Monero release 0.10.1.0 installed. I stopped the daemon on macOS, and then copied the entire .bitmonero ...
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How do I compile Monero for Raspberry Pi 3 (ARMv8)?

The Raspberry Pi 3 does have 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU. The official downloads offer a build for ARMv7. Is there any (performance) advantage in compiling your own binaries for Raspberry Pi 3, ...
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Are the LMDB files cross-platform compatible?

I would like to know if the LMDB files are cross-platform compatible, more specifically between macOS and Linux. I am trying to import a raw blockchain (that I exported yesterday on macOS) onto a ...
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For people with spare Raspberry Pis what is the easiest way to get a full node running?

I got some raspberry pi 3s kicking around and would like to put them to use.
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What benefits are there of using an ARM device like Raspberry Pi? [closed]

I've seen ARM listed as one of the options on the Monero website. What benefits are there of using Monero with an ARM device like Raspberry Pi instead of a traditional computer? Are there any energy ...
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