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You can use get_block which includes includes the tx hashes (tx_hashes) in that block. You can then use get_transactions if you need further details on the transactions.


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You can create one in any directory you have permissions to access and name it anything (such as monero.conf). Add any of the options used on daemon startup, but leave off the leading double-dash (--). The examples I have seen separate key from value with an equal sign (=) instead of a space. (The space separator is used on the command line.) Here's an ...


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The correct build command to build Monero statically is make release-static. Before doing this, you will have needed to have installed all the dependencies on the system you are building on (you local Linux machine) and these dependencies will need to have static versions of the libraries. Dependencies required and build instructions are detailed in the ...


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From moneromoo on Github: That's from nodes that don't understand pruning are asking you for data that you pruned. It's OK. For the lockable memory issue, you can increase the amount of lockable memory using the command the message is giving you.


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After pruning the monero blockchain, can I copy this pruned blockchain from the .bitmonero folder to another computer and just start syncing from there? Yes. What are some disadvantages of pruning the blockchain... This is a good question. Let's first take a step back and understand what happens with pruning. When your domain is fetching and validating ...


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There are lots of ways this can be achieved. The simplest is to make use of the daemons RPC interface and call a method like get_height or get_info. When you start monerod, I'd recommend starting with the --restricted-rpc flag (to restrict it to view only commands). Then just configure your firewall to allow inbound connections to port 18081 (or a different ...


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Yes you can do this. First make sure you start the wallet RPC with a wallet dir that exists and is writeable. Next you can make use of the methods create_wallet, open_wallet and close_wallet. All the methods are documented here: https://www.getmonero.org/resources/developer-guides/wallet-rpc.html I don't recall if you are required to start the RPC with an ...


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When you setup your wallet, you will have had an option to use a Bootstrap Node. A bootstrap node allows you to use your wallet whilst your own full node is downloading the blockchain. This said (and assuming you didn't select to use a bootstrap node), the fact the GUI says it is not connected to the daemon suggests some other issue. Even though you can see ...


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the nodes should have been running isolated from the outside world What you are describing is called a private network. See this answer which includes a link describing describing how to run a private testnet network. The key parameters to use are --add-exclusive-node ... and --hide-my-port when starting each of your nodes, as this ensures your nodes only ...


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Monero has native support for Windows, so I doubt any of the developers would want to waste time trying to support WSL (and there are no developers I'm aware of that are interested in working on this). Running Monero natively on Windows is always going to have far better performance than running through something like WSL. There is one aspect that is ...


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