I’ve come this far:
Where’s the « Start a new currency » option?
Another question I’d like to ask is whether or not I should start my currency on another port.
Would Ğune get in the way of my currency if I did choose the same port?
I’m getting somewhat confused on the parameters.
What do these mean:
- Delay between 2 certifications of a same issuer
- Maximum age of a non-written certification
- Maximum age of a non-written identity
- Maximum age of a non-written membership
- Percentage of sentries to be reached to match WoT distance rule
And where do I decide the stepmax of the web of trust?
The stepmax answer I got now. It’s hardcoded in the
“Start a new currency” is a very difficult task that requires a very solid knowledge of computer science.
This is only done on the command line, via the
gen-root option, you will find the documentation at the end of this page: https://duniter.org/en/wiki/duniter/commandes/
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Alright, command line it is then.
Is the web administration of any use then when starting your own currency?
No, the web interface is just to be more “user-friendly” but everything can be done on the command line
I still have the nagging question of how the web administration is supposed to work if I can only connect to existing currencies.
I just tried localhost:10901 after doing the wizard, not resulting into anything. But I guess I still have to read on on the docs.
The web interface is just a duniter module that integrates a web server listening on
localhost:9220 allowing to control your duniter node graphically. but the web interface does not decide anything, it’s just an interface.