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I am using a Windows 10 based PC, and communicate with the VPS using Putty and Win SCP.
The purpose of this guide is to enable more people the opportunity to run their own pool, whether it be for their own miners or just out of curiosity to understand how it all works.You can get Win SCP here: will walk you through Win SCP with this litecoind config file, but after that you should be able to use it easily if I just list out what directory you need to go to. Once you install Win SCP, you should be prompted with a login screen.Fill all that out and it should look like this (with your server info in there): Click login, make sure to accept the host key.All shell commands will be surrounded with a code box like this: All required packages are installed, we may have to hit a few more later but for right now you are good.You never run things like your coin daemon (wallet), or other things as root! As root type: Use whatever username you want, I will be using “poolguide” for this guide just because it is simple.MPOS (Mining Portal Open Source) is very old now and NOMP (Node Open Mining Portal) has branched off into another project called u NOMP (Unified, Node Open Mining Portal).
u NOMP has a very active development team and is updated on a regular basis.
This is by no means meant to be a guide so you can setup your own professional mining pool operation.
Running your own mining pool that other miners other then yourself will use is not an easy undertaking, and requires extensive systems administration experience as well as a large budget, patience, troubleshooting skills, and a solid knowledge of how crypto-currencies work.
This is meant to setup a mining pool for a single crypto-currency. If you want to see what it looks like before you set it all up, head to the Example Pool that was built completely off of this guide.
If you are setting up a bitcoin pool, you will need more then 20GB of disk space because the blockchain is very large.
Now that you have logged in, you are in the /root folder. The file path is /home/username/.litecoin A white text editor window should pop up, this is Win SCP’s internal editor and what we will be using to edit files.