I run a website hosted on freebsd and well right now nobody visits it ever and so I can totally change it. I am wanting to change it to allow people to pay for services from the website exclusively through bitcoins. Now I see bitcoin has some linux program but I’m not sure that’s compatible with FreeBSD or not. I also don’t know how I can integrate bitcoin into a website to automatically take the bitcoin payments so they show up immediately. I’d really like them to work so my website immediately recognizes the payment coming in.
A little late, but in case anyone else has the same issue. The compile dump had 2 warnings (that were 20 lines long) and 2 link errors. The errors were:
obj/nogui/init.o(.gnu.linkonce.t._ZNK13wxArrayString4ItemEm+0x13): In function `wxArrayString::Item(unsigned long) const’:
/usr/local/include/wx-2.9/wx/buffer.h:42: undefined reference to `wxTheAssertHandler’
obj/nogui/init.o(.gnu.linkonce.t._ZNK13wxArrayString4ItemEm+0x45): In function `wxArrayString::Item(unsigned long) const’:
/usr/src/bitcoin/trunk/uint256.h:526: undefined reference to `wxOnAssert(char const*, int, char const*, char const*, wchar_t const*)’
Those are probably due to switching to the release build of wxWidgets instead of debug. They’re moving towards only debug build and ditching the release build, so they probably don’t care that their release build is broken by referring to non-existent assert stuff. There’s nothing to fear about the debug build. It’s fully suitable for releases.
bitcoind runs as a daemon and can either be controlled by command line or JSON-RPC.
Thanks madhatter and generica for detailing the instructions for building on freebsd.
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