NavTech Server Tutorial
This tutorial will guide you through the process of setting up a NavTech Server cluster. The written tutorial shows all the commands setp-by-step. In the video tutorial everything is shown and explained.
NavTech Part 1
In part one of the NavTech setup tutorial the following topics are explained:
- Change password
- Add user
- Install NAV Coin Core wallet
- Install Subchain Core wallet
NavTech Part 2
In this video is shown how to bootstrap the Subchain. This will speed up the syncing process.
NavTech Part 3
Part 3 of the NavTech setup explains how to setup the incoming server. First install NavTech, then configure the default.json file, run the incoming setup scripts and install forever.
NavTech Part 4
After configuring the incoming server, it is time to setup the outgoing server. The steps are almost the same as for the incoming server.
NavTech Part 5
In the fifth and final video we show how to create backups, load NAV Coins and Subchain coins onto the servers, test the servers and bring them online. If you want your server listed on NavTechServers.com, contact us!
- Connect to your server and open the command line
- Type “passwd” and press enter
- Enter your new password
- Repeat your new password to confirm your password
- You changed the password
Log in to your server as the
addusercommand to add a new user to your system.
Be sure to replace username with the user that you want to create.
Set and confirm the new user’s password at the prompt. A strong password is highly recommended!
Set password prompts:
Enter new UNIX password: Retype new UNIX password: passwd: password updated successfully
Follow the prompts to set the new user’s information. It is fine to accept the defaults to leave all of this information blank.
User information prompts:
Changing the user information for username Enter the new value, or press ENTER for the default Full Name : Room Number : Work Phone : Home Phone : Other : Is the information correct? [Y/n]
usermodcommand to add the user to the
"usermod -aG sudo username"
By default, on Ubuntu, members of the
sudogroup have sudo privileges.