Dogecoin RPMs for Fedora 19 and 20
These are relatively direct ripoffs of ringingliberty, who did a fantastic job of making Bitcoin RPMs.
You should check out all of the notes on that page, as they all still apply.
dogecoind, but it uses
/etc/dogecoinfor its configuration, not the file in your home directory. You will need to customize rpcpassword for this to function.
openssl-compat-bitcoinis just recompiled from ringingliberty, no changes are in place otherwise
# install the obsoleet dogecoin yum repo sudo rpm -ivh http://obsoleet.org/resources/dogecoin/f20/x86_64/dogecoin-release-1-1.noarch.rpm
sudo yum install dogecoin dogecoin-qt
sudo yum install dogecoin-server # set a strong 30+ character password sudo $EDITOR /etc/dogecoin/dogecoin.conf sudo systemctl start dogecoin # if you'd like it to start at boot sudo systemctl enable cpuminer
sudo yum install cpuminer # set cli options (at least 'url' and 'userpass') sudo $EDITOR /etc/sysconfig/cpuminer sudo systemctl start cpuminer # if you'd like it to start at boot sudo systemctl enable cpuminer
# Install nVidia CUDA repo sudo rpm -ivh http://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/repos/fedora18/x86_64/cuda-repo-fedora18-5.5-0.x86_64.rpm sudo yum install cudaminer # set cli options (at least 'url' and 'userpass') sudo $EDITOR /etc/sysconfig/cudaminer sudo systemctl start cudaminer # if you'd like it to start at boot sudo systemctl enable cudaminer
Please see github.com/vitaminmoo/dogecoin-fedora if you would like to build these yourself, contribute, or let me know of an issue.