Ether-1 Masternode/Service Node Setup Tutorial

This guide will walk you through installing an Ether-1 Masternode or Service Node on a Debian/Ubuntu-based and Centos/Fedora/Redhat-based Linux OS

See The Ether-1 Project Documentation Site For More Detailed Node/VPS Setup Information

The following video will walk you through the basics of setting up and Ether-1 Masternode or Service Node.

Setting Up an Ether-1 Masternode/Service Node

Minimum VPS Requirements:

ethoFS Gateway Node
80GB of available storage
4GB of ram
Public Static IP address

Masternode
40GB of available storage
2GB of ram
Public Static IP address

Service Node
20GB of available storage
1GB of ram
Public Static IP address

Recomended VPS Services:

https://www.vultr.com
https://www.digitalocean.com

Recommended OS:

Ubuntu 16.04
Centos 7

Minimum Required Stake:

Service Node - 5000 ETHO*
Masternode - 15000 ETHO*
Gateway Node - 30000 ETHO*
*Please note that you will need slightly more than required stake to send verification transaction (0.01 ETHO)


Choose Your Operating System To Setup A New ethoFS Gateway Node
(Beta Testing Period):

Debian/Ubuntu Based Operating System

Centos/Redhat/Fedora Based Operating System

Choose Your Operating System To Setup A New Node:

Debian/Ubuntu Based Operating System

Centos/Redhat/Fedora Based Operating System

Choose Your Operating System To Upgrade An Existing Node:

Debian/Ubuntu Based Operating System - Node Upgrade

Centos/Redhat/Fedora Based Operating System - Node Upgrade