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This wallet contains the basic functions required to manage your FED Coin assets:
WalletShell relies on
service to manage wallet container & rpc communication.
Release installer & packaged archived includes a ready to use
service binary, which is unmodified copy FED Coin release archive.
On first launch, WalletShell will try to detect location/path of bundled
service binary, but if it’s failed, you can manually set path to the
service binary on the Settings screen.
If you don’t trust the bundled
service file, you can compare the checksum (sha256sum) against one from the official release, or simply download and use the binary from official FED Coin release, which is available here: https://github.com/jojapoppa/fedoragold-release. Then, make sure to update your
service path setting.
walletshell-<version>-win-setup.exe) and follow the installation wizard.
chmod +x walletshell-<version>-linux.AppImage
You need to have
npm installed, go to https://nodejs.org and find out how to get it installed on your platform.
Once you have Node+npm installed:
# first, download service binary for each platform # from FED Coin official repo # extract the service executable somewhere # clone the repo $ git clone https://github.com/jojapoppa/fedoragold-wallet-electron $ cd fedoragold-wallet-electron # install dependencies $ npm install # create build+dist directory $ mkdir -p ./build && mkdir -p ./dist # copy/symlink icons from assets, required for packaging $ cp ./src/assets/icon.* ./build/ # build GNU/Linux package $ mkdir -p ./bin/lin $ cp /path/to/linux-version-of/service ./bin/lin/ $ npm run dist-lin # build Windows package $ mkdir -p ./bin/win $ cp /path/to/win-version-of/service.exe ./bin/win/ $ npm run dist-win # build OSX package $ mkdir -p ./bin/osx $ cp /path/to/osx-version-of/service ./bin/osx/ $ npm run dist-mac
Resulting packages or installer can be found inside
Please see this guide if you want to adapt WalletShell to be use for your own Coin fork.