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36 commits this week Jan 09, 2021 - Jan 16, 2021
current software versions; minor cosmetic edits
COMMENTS:

1) The {% hint style="info" %} was not working for me, so I removed it (maybe unnecessary to do this?);

2) In my opinion the introductory bit about Virtual Machines, AWS and System requirements needs amending. I wrote this in the forum: 

"Information to be revised:
“An x86 host (AMD or Intel), Virtual Machine or AWS instance with at least 2 cores, 4GB of RAM and at least 10GB of free disk space”

Suggested revisions:
The host does not need to be a VM or specifically an AWS instance. Suggesting only one cloud-computing provider is also a bit restrictive: there are many others and, if compiling a guide for each one is impractical, the suggestion should be limited to “a cloud-computing provider”. I realise there is a section in SPS (https://cardano-foundation.gitbook.io/stake-pool-course/lessons/lesson-1/alternative-to-aws 1) which points to an alternative, this is why it should be reworded here. Also, nodes can be hosted on local machines, as long as the operating system is correct.

Further, the system requirements are in contrast with those stated in other guides (for example, Coincashew, https://www.coincashew.com/coins/overview-ada/guide-how-to-build-a-haskell-stakepool-node#minimum-stake-pool-hardware-requirements 1 ) and also the official github repository https://github.com/input-output-hk/cardano-node/releases/tag/1.24.2 1. These system requirements need to be made clear and homogeneous in all sources."

I am unsure how to word these changes, and welcome input from more expert people :) 

3) I have not experienced the need to delete the db folder (seems a bit extreme). Does anyone else feel like this is a bit overkill? 

4) Are we still aiming for this guide to be exclusive to Testnet?

Cheers,

A
Changes to modernize and clarify
delete - removed "shelley" sub-command as it is deprecated.
add - ledger era was wrong so added  "--allegra-era \ " where needed to fix mismatch error. 
revision - changed the wallet amount to start with the current daily faucet flow limit of 1000 ada (1,000,000,000 lovelace) and corrected calculations to reflect correctly.
revision - moved instructions to get the index of the TxHash to the "Draft the transaction" section as this is the first place it is needed and referred to it in the "Build the transaction" section where additional clarification was also added.