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How To Create A Monero Service in Linux : Part 3 – Security

Introduction In Part 1 we turned our Monero daemon into a service. Then in Part 2 we outlined how to troubleshoot a service that is failing to start. Here in Part 3 we will look in more depth at security matters. Specifically firewalling with firewalld, SELinux and securing your daemon’s API. Firewalld What is Firewalld? …

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How To Create A Monero Service in Linux : Part 2 – Troubleshooting

Introduction In Part 1 we turned our monero daemon into a service. Here in Part 2 we will go over how to troubleshoot a service that is not starting. Finally in Part 3 we’ll go deeper in security matters, such as using Monero with SELinux and firewalling your service. Troubleshooting Anticipating all of the potential …

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How To Create A Monero Service in Linux: Part 1 – Configuration

Introduction In this post I will explain how to turn your monero daemon into a service, a monerod instance that will be stopped and started automatically by the system. Then in Part 2 we will cover troubleshooting a service that won’t start. Finally in Part 3 we will consider security issues, such as using selinux …

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