Introducing SiaBerryOS: A Linux Operating System for Using Siacoin on Raspberry Pi 3

  • SiaBerry OS is designed to work on a Raspberry Pi 3 for the purpose of using Siacoin software. It includes the following features:

    • Plug ‘n’ Play: Set some variables and everything is ready to go for hosting and renting

    • Optimized software: Derived from Gentoo 64bit and stripped of unnecessary software

    • Self-sufficient and secure: Automatically updates the Sia software to the latest version weekly; 99.98% up-time with little to no supervision needed

    • Ready for further deployment: Packed with the needed software for server usage—Apache/Nginx, Bind, MySql, PHP, etc.; ready to act as a 24/7 server

    Version 1.2 is out! It is a big release with many improvements. It has a graphical interface for interaction!

    Download the image and the quickstart guide from here:

    I sincerely hope that you will like what I have prepared for you. I would be extremely grateful if you could kindly donated some coins to yours truly. Thank you very much for your generosity.

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  • Just from glancing over the PDF, Excellent job! I will need to test this out.

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  • @kete Nice work :) will try it, once im riche i will send you some coin...

  • Hi there, will this operating system work with a Raspberry Pi 2?

  • @jackk Sorry for not responding earlier. I had not checked this thread at all as I am always on our discord channel. Anyway, no it will not work as Raspberry pi 2 does not support 64bit architecture.

  • I'm a noob when it comes to raspberrys and Linux and all this stuff, so I was happy when I learned that there is an easy way to setup a host for SIA with a raspberry. I do have the possibility to get free highspeed internet and a high-availibility power resource at work, so I just tried to set up a raspberry 3 with Siaberry OS v1.2.

    To be true, I failed on the first step already. I cannot control the router and DHCP is not activated. Instead, I was given a fixed IP. But how can I set it up on the raspberry? I see that it is booting and running when attaching a screen, but I can't access the raspberry neither via WebUI nor via SSH. Could you please give advice?

    Thanks a lot!

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