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Hey everyone, just wanted to drop in and share the link to the XRPL Linux Validator initialization guide I put together with some help. I hope someone finds good use from it. https://github.com/Otter

It's great that you've done this! I noticed a couple really minor inaccuracies—for example, the validators command is not exclusive to validators; you can run that on any server (as long as you're the

It's great that you've done this! I noticed a couple really minor inaccuracies—for example, the validators command is not exclusive to validators; you can run that on any server (as long as you're the server's admin) to get info about the validators it trusts. But overall, it's a nice walk through the steps to setting up a validator and it's great to have it all in a PDF form!

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2 hours ago, mDuo13 said:

It's great that you've done this! I noticed a couple really minor inaccuracies—for example, the validators command is not exclusive to validators; you can run that on any server (as long as you're the server's admin) to get info about the validators it trusts. But overall, it's a nice walk through the steps to setting up a validator and it's great to have it all in a PDF form!

Thank you mDuo13 I appreciate that feedback a lot! Thank you for sharing it, I will add this and some other small items in with a future edit.

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