Back up FIRST!
- Based on your OS, locate your wallet.dat within your Data Folder. This file contains your private key information so please back up this file before proceeding.
For Windows, the Data Folder is located at
For Linux, the Data Folder is located at
For MacOS, the Data Folder is located at
- Copy the wallet.dat to somewhere safe
Linux + MacOS
On Linux and MacOS, you can choose to use the pre-built binary or build from source code:
Compiling from source code
If you ran 4.0.3 before, please do the following first before checking out the latest code:
git checkout v4.0.3
sudo make uninstall
This uninstalls the 4.0.3 binaries from /usr/local/bin and then clean up the repo.
Proceed as usual after:
git checkout v4.1.2
sudo make install
On Windows, please download the pre-built binaries.
If you used the installer for installing 4.0.3 before, you’ll need to uninstall 4.0.3 first.
If you can’t locate the uninstaller, go to Settings -> Apps & Features and locate Syscoin Core and click on Uninstall.
The uninstallation process will not remove your Syscoin data directory.
After Syscoin 4.0.x is uninstalled, please proceed to installing 4.1.x normally
Masternode install/upgrade script can be found here:
geth_sync_statusstuck at waiting, check if the following processes are running:
sysrelayer.nodis not running, please find the Installation Folder for Syscoin Core.
Default Installation Folders are found here:
Check if a file named scrypt.node exists in your Installation Folder. If yes, remove this file and restart Syscoin.
If syncing stops altogether, delete your
gethfolder from within your Data Folder and re-syc from scratch.
No Peers: If you have issues finding peers add:
syscoin.conffile which can be found in your Data Folder.