gjrhkdgns456
18 days ago  Karma: 2
How can I connect other node with my node?

I already have tried this code in Ubuntu.

curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/loomnetwork/loom-sdk-documentation/master/scripts/get_loom.sh | sh && chmod +x loom
, ./loom init and ./loom run

later, this error appeared on my screen. 'Couldn't connect to any seeds'

I think this error means a single node.

so, How can I connect other nodes with my node?

en
#loom network
#loom-sdk
gjrhkdgns456
18 days ago  Karma: 2
How can I connect other node with my node?

I already have tried this code in Ubuntu.

curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/loomnetwork/loom-sdk-documentation/master/scripts/get_loom.sh | sh && chmod +x loom
, ./loom init and ./loom run

later, this error appeared on my screen. 'Couldn't connect to any seeds'

I think this error means a single node.

so, How can I connect other nodes with my node?

en
#loom network
#loom-sdk

ONE ANSWER
friedger
13 days ago Karma: 9

You can add peers as arguments with the run command as described here:
https://loomx.io/developers/docs/en/non-validator-node.html#run-loom

For example to connect to the nodes of the extdev-plasma-us1 test net

./loom run --persistent-peers tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656

You can add peers as arguments with the run command as described here:
https://loomx.io/developers/docs/en/non-validator-node.html#run-loom

For example to connect to the nodes of the extdev-plasma-us1 test net

./loom run --persistent-peers tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656,tcp://[email protected]:46656

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