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So I'm trying to setup my private node environment, I've got a startnode.sh script which looks like this:

  geth --networkid 4224 --mine --minerthreads 2 --datadir "." --nodiscover --rpc --rpcport "8545" --port "30303" --rpccorsdomain "*" --nat "any" --rpcapi eth,web3,personal, net --unlock 0 --password ./password.sec --ipcpath "~/.ethereum/geth.ipc" 

When I try to run the script, I can see that all other variables are correct except my ipc path, which is for some reason always being set to the local repository where I execute the script:

INFO [03-15|22:32:27] IPC endpoint opened url=/home/lovro/ChainSkills/private/geth.ipc

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  • Could it have something to do with the rights of the bash script ? – Nikita Fuchs Mar 15 '18 at 22:33
  • if you are going to connect to a node via ipc use geth attach ipc:/path/to/geth.ipc , you don't have to specify any other variables as it will connect to a node previously started and the parameters will be those that the node has set itself on startup – Nulik Mar 16 '18 at 0:56
  • Try giving an absolute path in the IPC path – Ayushya Mar 16 '18 at 3:08

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