For the few readers who have subscribed to my blog via RSS: I’m deeply sorry if you got the last 10 posts of me delivered over and over again. The last days I was in the progress of fixing errors which were introduced when converting from Wordpress to Jekyll and resulted in over 9000!!! (Okay, only ~6000) 404 errors. It were mostly errors made by myself. Wrong substitutions, typos, wrong assumptions were only three of many. I now cleaned up everything I could find, so I really hope you won’t get annoyed anymore.
You can’t imagine how satisfying this LinkChecker report feels to me. :-)
I wrote a very similar post nearly three years ago (in German) and still need this daily. As I’m currently writing a lot of Dockerfiles, I realised my post wasn’t completely accurate. Although I redacted it, it’s a good opportunity to port the original post to the english language.
Select all files in a directory, including hidden ones or files beginning with crude symbols. But exclude . and .. as those will most likely lead to an exit code > 0.
Lets assume we want to chown all files in the directory /var/www/html:
Notice how we got a lot of strange filenames here, including files beginning with dashes or double dots.
As I’m working with my Raspberry Pis again, I wanted to reactivate the wallets of crypto currencies I used to mine some time ago. The Pi is not very potent, so only Proof-of-stake coins qualify. For me those are Blackcoin, Mintcoin and Reddcoin all of which I wanted to run on the Pi. Of course I needed the headless version, I’m not using X11, not even speaking of QT.
So here is the TL;DR for compiling the blackcoind, mintcoind and reddcoind on Raspbian. It is probably the same for every other Debian derivate and most altcoins, independent of architecture or name. I’m taking Blackcoin for my example:
That’s it. Now drink a coffee or - in my case with the original Raspberry Pi Model B, take a long nap (5 hours compile time). Afterwards you are free to enjoy your own brand new blackcoind.