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I setup an exchange with ethereum, I have installed ethereum as documented here.

But I can't find config file of the go-ethereum client, in bitcoin core it's ./bitcoin/bitcoin.conf

Because i wanted create a connection to ethereum server. How do configure it?

  • There's nothing such as an "Ethereum Server". You become a part of the Ethereum network by running geth. Your system connects to other nodes and the public blockchain is automatically downloaded. – galahad Oct 19 '16 at 8:01
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First of all, there may be not such a conf file as you're looking for. Read this:

Ubuntu The below relates to installs compiled from source. === C++ ===

AlethZero ~/.ethereum/ (contains the blockchain state) ~/.web3 (contains your keys) ~/.config/ethereum/alethzero.conf (contains AZ preferences)

Eth ~/.ethereum/ (contains the blockchain state and keys, shares them with alethzero) ~/.web3 (contains your keys, shares them with alethzero)

For both Eth and AlethZero, the DAG is stored in ~/.ethash

=== Go ===

Geth: ~/.ethereum (contains the chain, as well as your keys are in the /keystore subfolder) ~/.ethash (contains the DAG when mining)

From: https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/2114/where-are-my-config-files-go-and-cpp

If you need to set config some details maybe by using the command line options (https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Command-Line-Options), or the JavaScript Console (https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/JavaScript-Console), or using the management API (https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Management-APIs)

Hope this will help you.

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You can now. Here is an example: https://github.com/zhiyuan2007/sample-ethereum.toml/blob/master/geth.toml

geth --configfile=config.toml

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