I am using Sakia currently, and I am a bit perplexed about how to start a node. It seems as if uCoin is biased towards Ubuntu (which I do not have).
Is there any way to set up a node on Windows?
Is there a command-line client for Windows?
The introduction to uCoin states that the Windows binaries are all-in-one, yet there is absolutely no guide (that I have found) that supports this claim.
If there is a guide to uCoin, I would appreciate a link.
Thanks you in advance.
P.S. Why am I not seeing a wallet tab in Sakia? Is it an Ubuntu-only feature?
No there is no build of uCoin on Windows right now, so I’ve just added an issue to remember it.
Also Sakia does not embed a uCoin node, so you won’t be able to start one from it. However you should be able to connect to existing nodes & do all what we can do on any Linux distribution can do: Sakia is cross-plateform.
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having trouble with windows, thats a normal state with windows, so a feature
but thankfully installing gnu linux / unbuntu is going very quick in our times and can even coixist with windows
unbuntu mint is recommended when you are used to windows, looks very similar, but makes lot less trouble and does not slow the computer that much
and for sure the best combination with freedom respecting money is a freedom respecting operation system
epecially with windows 10 now nearly spying on everything you do:
Yeah. I only use Windows because it is all I’ve ever used. I’ll see what I can do to dual-install Ubuntu (Mint) on my machine. (VirtualBox is pretty slow for me).
Needless to say, I opted out of Cortana and data collection as soon as I installed Windows 10. I don’t appreciate corporate entities spying on my personal life.
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