But even namecoin -d returns the X display error. OH, but there is a namecoind command, I don't think that the vanilla namecoin Git repo enabled that. Or I wasn't totally awake when testing it.pmc wrote:Argh!indolering wrote: Oh, well, it isn't set because X isn't installed.The package contains both namecoind and the gui (qt) version, which is installed as "namecoin". If you want to run the gui version you need an X display. If you have an X display on your local machine and you're using ssh to log into your server, you can specify the "-X" option to ssh. Then ssh will set $DISPLAY in the remote shell and forward the gui to your local display when running namecoin (i. e. the qt version).indolering wrote:So this is strictly a Namecoin-qt build, NOT namecoin/namecoind? Can I trick it to run using namecoin -d
without the X config setting?
If you don't have an X display you can only use namecoind.
Hrm, that appears to be throwing errors
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ubuntu@i-328b16f5:~$ namecoind -d ************************ EXCEPTION: N5boost12interprocess22interprocess_exceptionE No such file or directory namecoin in AppInit() terminate called after throwing an instance of 'boost::interprocess::interprocess_exception' what(): No such file or directory Aborted (core dumped) ubuntu@i-328b16f5:~$