Software

To get started with Crypto RPMs, install the cryptorpms-release RPM. This enables the cryptorpms repository. It also installs the cryptorpms-test repository, which contains packages being tested before release, and the cryptorpms-source repository, which contains the source RPM packages.

The Crypto RPMs GPG key fingerprint is CC3A 81A4 9BC5 9056 D43A 3411 8F41 BEB2 6AA9 2F4D

Prerequisites

Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS systems have prerequisites before installation:

RHEL 8: The system must have an active entitlement from Red Hat, and the repositories BaseOS and AppStream must be enabled. In addition, EPEL must also be enabled.

CentOS 8: The repostories BaseOS and AppStream must be enabled.

RHEL 7: The system must have an active entitlement from Red Hat, and the channels base and optional must be enabled. In addition, EPEL must also be enabled.

CentOS 7: The repositories base and extras must be enabled.

Installation

To install cryptorpms-release, download and install the appropriate cryptorpms-release package:

RHEL and CentOS: cryptorpms-release-1-1.noarch.rpm

Fedora: cryptorpms-release-1-1.noarch.rpm

Next Steps

After installing cryptorpms-release, you can then install the cryptocurrency software you want. Crypto RPMs packages the following software:

Bitcoin Core – The original Bitcoin wallet server and GUI

Bitcoin ABC – Bitcoin Cash wallet server and GUI

Dash – Dash wallet server and GUI

Ravencoin – Ravencoin wallet server and GUI

You can also view all repositories and manually download specific RPMs and source code at mirror.cryptorpms.com.

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