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What'd you use to set up your client? eth-wizard, eth-docker, sedge, etc
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followed the coincashew guide so just systemctl. but ethwizard and ethdocker are both incredible. would use either in the future and recommend both. haven't messed around with sedge
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@edmundedgar
I just installed the software following Somer's guide and ran it, I want as few moving parts in this thing as possible and no more software touching the box that I need
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@pintail
Always @somer's guides!
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@loadingalias
ETH-Docker x2. It’s a great way to set your client up, man.
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@drewf.eth
Rocketpool smartnode. It’s ezpz (I was even using it before I spun up a minipool)
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@bf
Dappnode. Probably the most point and click option, but other approaches sound great too.
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Rocketpool is amazing. Dappnode is good. Sedge is also ok.
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@fr
i set mine up last week w/ eth-docker using nethermind & prysm
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@kodys.eth
@somer guides are the best!
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One of my favorite things about dappnode is the speed and ease of switching clients. No copy-pasting CLI, just a few mouse clicks and you’re good to go.
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@somer's guides are pretty awesome and will get you up and running. I also used the Securing Your Node section of Rocket Pool's docs to layer on some additional security.
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eth-docker is very straight forward if one has some familiarity with Docker!
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