Commit ebed593d authored by luigi1111's avatar luigi1111

Merge !947

Update user guide "remote node GUI" to 0.13.0

See merge request !947
parents 8c5041bb b4f260ea
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## Finding a node ## Finding a node
First things first, you need to find a node to connect to! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) has some great resources for finding nodes. One of the easiest methods First things first, you need to find a node to connect to! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) has some great resources for finding nodes. One of the easiest methods
...@@ -6,7 +6,6 @@ would be to use a node run by moneroworld, but they have a tool for finding rand ...@@ -6,7 +6,6 @@ would be to use a node run by moneroworld, but they have a tool for finding rand
## Connecting to the node from the GUI wallet ## Connecting to the node from the GUI wallet
After you enter your password for your wallet, you will see a pop up that will give you the option to "use custom settings". Click on it. You will then be After you enter your password for your wallet, you will see a pop up that will give you the option to "use custom settings". Click on it. You will then be
sent to the "Settings" page in the GUI. At this point you should see two text boxes to the right of a label that says "Daemon address". In the first box (the one to the left) you need to enter the address of the node that you want to sent to the "Settings > Node" page in the GUI. At this point you could choose 'Remote Node' see four text boxes labeled "Address", "Port", "Daemon username" and "Daemon password". Fill the address of the node that you want to connect to. This address might look like `node.moneroworld.com` or it could look like any old ip address. Then fill the "Port" box with the node's port. The default port is `18081` but if you are using a random node the port that is used will vary. The port for node.moneroworld.com uses 18089. Optionnaly, fill the username and password if your remote note requires them.
connect to. This address might look like `node.moneroworld.com` or it could look like any old ip address. The smaller box to the right is where you enter the node's port. The default port is `18081` but if you are using a random node the port that is used will vary. The port for node.moneroworld.com uses 18089.
### Your screen should look a bit like this ### Your screen should look a bit like this
<img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)"> <img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)">
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## Trouver un nœud ## Trouver un nœud
Commencez par le commencement, vous devez trouver un nœud auquel vous connecter ! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) propose quelques bonnes ressources pour trouver Commencez par le commencement, vous devez trouver un nœud auquel vous connecter ! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) propose quelques bonnes ressources pour trouver
des nœuds. L'une des méthodes les plus simple serait d'utiliser un nœud appartenant à moneroworld, mais ils propose également un outil pour trouver des nœuds aléatoires. des nœuds. L'une des méthodes les plus simple serait d'utiliser un nœud appartenant à moneroworld, mais ils propose également un outil pour trouver des nœuds aléatoires.
## Connecter le portefeuille GUI au nœud ## Connecter le portefeuille GUI au nœud
Après avoir saisit votre mot de passe dans votre portefeuille, vous verrez une notification que vous donnera la possibilité de configurer des "Paramètres personnalisés". Cliquez dessus. Après avoir saisit votre mot de passe dans votre portefeuille, vous verrez une notification que vous donnera la possibilité de configurer des "Paramètres personnalisés". Cliquez dessus. Vous serez alors envoyé à la page "Réglages > Nœud" de la GUI. A ce moment là vous devriez voir quatre champs texte libellés "Address", "Port", "Daemon username" et "Daemon password". Saisissez l'adresse du nœud auquel vous voulez vous connecter. Cette adresse pourrait ressembler à `node.moneroworld.com` où à une bonne vielle adresse IP. Puis saisissez le port du nœud. Le port par défaut est `18081` mais si vous utilisez un nœud aléatoire, le port qu'il utilise peut varier. node.moneroworld.com utilise le port 18089. Au besoin, saisissez le nom d'utilisateur et le mot de passe si votre nœud distant le nécessite.
Vous serez alors envoyé à la page "Paramètres" de la GUI. A ce moment là vous devriez voir deux champs texte à droite d'un libellé qui indique "Adresse du démon". Dans le premier champ texte
(celui de gauche) saisissez l'adresse du nœud auquel vous voulez vous connecter. Cette adresse pourrait ressembler à `node.moneroworld.com` où à une bonne vielle adresse IP. Le champ texte
plus petit à droite est celui dans lequel vous saisissez le port du nœud. Le port par défaut est `18081` mais si vous utilisez un nœud aléatoire, le port qu'il utilise peut varier.
node?moneroworld.com utilise le port 18089.
### Votre écran devrait ressembler un peu à cela ### Votre écran devrait ressembler un peu à cela
<img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)"> <img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)">
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## Finding a node ## Finding a node
First things first, you need to find a node to connect to! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) has some great resources for finding nodes. One of the easiest methods First things first, you need to find a node to connect to! [moneroworld.com](https://moneroworld.com/#nodes) has some great resources for finding nodes. One of the easiest methods
...@@ -6,7 +6,6 @@ would be to use a node run by moneroworld, but they have a tool for finding rand ...@@ -6,7 +6,6 @@ would be to use a node run by moneroworld, but they have a tool for finding rand
## Connecting to the node from the GUI wallet ## Connecting to the node from the GUI wallet
After you enter your password for your wallet, you will see a pop up that will give you the option to "use custom settings". Click on it. You will then be After you enter your password for your wallet, you will see a pop up that will give you the option to "use custom settings". Click on it. You will then be
sent to the "Settings" page in the GUI. At this point you should see two text boxes to the right of a label that says "Daemon address". In the first box (the on to the left) you need to enter the address of the node that you want to sent to the "Impostazioni > Nodo" page in the GUI. At this point you could choose 'Remote Node' see four text boxes labeled "Address", "Port", "Daemon username" and "Daemon password". Fill the address of the node that you want to connect to. This address might look like `node.moneroworld.com` or it could look like any old ip address. Then fill the "Port" box with the node's port. The default port is `18081` but if you are using a random node the port that is used will vary. The port for node.moneroworld.com uses 18089. Optionnaly, fill the username and password if your remote note requires them.
connect to. This address might look like `node.moneroworld.com` or it could look like any old ip address. The smaller box to the right is where you enter the node's port. The default port is `18081` but if you are using a random node the port that is used will vary. The port for node.moneroworld.com uses 18089.
### Your screen should look a bit like this ### Your screen should look a bit like this
<img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)"> <img src="png/remote_node/remote-node-screenshot.png" width="(600)">
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