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To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files. For that, folks new to Linux will prefer a GUI editor and sftp client for their Windows or Mac computer.  
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To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files. For that, folks new to Linux will prefer a GUI editor and file transfer client for their Windows or Mac computer.  
  
 
For Windows:
 
For Windows:
* [https://winscp.net/ Winscp] is a popular sftp and editor client.
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* [https://winscp.net/ Winscp] is a popular file transfer and editor client.
 
* [http://www.putty.org Putty] SSH and Telnet client.
 
* [http://www.putty.org Putty] SSH and Telnet client.
  
 
For Mac:
 
For Mac:
 
* [https://panic.com/transmit/ Transmit] or [https://cyberduck.io CyberDuck] file transfer client.
 
* [https://panic.com/transmit/ Transmit] or [https://cyberduck.io CyberDuck] file transfer client.
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* [https://macromates.com Text Mate] or [https://www.sublimetext.com Sublime] Editor.

Revision as of 16:27, 15 October 2017

To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files. For that, folks new to Linux will prefer a GUI editor and file transfer client for their Windows or Mac computer.

For Windows:

  • Winscp is a popular file transfer and editor client.
  • Putty SSH and Telnet client.

For Mac: