Note: There are strict uptime requirements for Service Nodes (see Service Node deregistration). It is strongly discouraged to run a Service Node on a device that will not be continuously on-line. We recommend running your Service Node on a VPS with a reputable provider.
Note: You only need to follow this step once, to set up the repository. The repository will subsequently be automatically updated whenever you fetch new system updates.
aptwhere to find the packages. Note: Replace
<DISTRO>with the appropriate value to match your operating system.
<DISTRO>run the following command:
<DISTRO>can be found in the following list:
/etc/oxen/oxen.confconfiguration file with the necessary additional settings to run a Service Node.
Note: You can safely run this command multiple times if you change your mind about some of the registration questions before you submit the registration.
Service Nodestab >
Registrationsection, and paste the output from the above command, then click Register Service Node.
SN:. This string is your Service Node's public key, used to identify your Service Node on the list of registered and operational Service Nodes. Select and copy the public key (do not copy any of the surrounding information).
@LokiSNBoton Telegram or
OxenSNBot#5812on Discord and type
$helprespectively to get started.
Note that this will install both updated Oxen packages and any available system updates (this is generally a good thing!)
oxendwill be restarted to ensure that the updated
oxendis now active.
sudo apt upgradeyou can use: