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Ethereum on ARM. Nethermind and Hyperledger Besu Eth1.0 clients included. Prysm Eth2.0 huge improvements. Raspberry Pi 4 progress. Software updates.
Images take care of all the necessary steps, from setting up the environment and formatting the SSD disk to installing and running the Ethereum software as well as synchronizing the blockchain.
All you need to do is flash the MicroSD card, plug in an ethernet cable, connect the SSD disk and turn on the device.
It was about time!. We’ve been hard at work, doing lots of tests, fixing bugs and updating and including new software. This is what we’ve been up to.
Note: If you are already running an Ethereum on ARM node (Raspberry Pi 4, NanoPC-T4 or RockPro64) you can update the Ethereum software by running the following command:
For installing the new eth1 clients:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nethermind hyperledger-besu
For further info regarding installation and usage please visit Ethereum on ARM32 Github repo  (Raspberry Pi 4) and Ethereum on ARM64 Github  (NanoPC-T4 and RockPro64)
RASPBERRY PI 4 IMAGE
ETHEREUM SOFTWARE INSTALLED
- Geth: 1.9.12 (official binary)
- Parity: 2.7.2 (cross compiled)
- Swarm: 0.5.7 (official binary)
- Raiden Network: 0.200.0~rc1 (official binary)
- IPFS: 0.4.23 (official binary)
- Status.im: 0.34.0~beta3 (cross compiled)
- Vipnode: 2.3.3 (official binary)
- Prysm: 0.3.4 (official binary. ARM64 only)
- Lighthouse: 0.1.1 (compiled. ARM64 only)
- Nethermind : 1.7.4 (cross compiled)
- Hyperledger Besu : 1.4.2 (compiled. ARM64 only)
The Nethermind client is finally included and these is great news for the eth1 client ecosystem. On one hand it took a while, mainly for two reasons. .NET support for ARM  is quite recent and, on the other hand, getting a self contained binary for ARM is not an easy task (although Microsoft has a nice cross-compilation tool set). Besides, Nethermind has some native dependencies and it took some time to figure out how .NET handles this and how to put all config and system files together (by the way, thank you very much to the Nethermind team for their great support,).
Nethermind is a great option for running an ETH1 node. .NET performs quite well and synchronization time is fantastic.
Keep in mind that Nethermind doesn’t download receipts and bodies by default, this is why the sync time is so fast. You can change this behaviour by editing mainnet.cfg file (see below).
As always, you need to enable the service and disable the other ETH1 clients. For instance, if you are running Geth:
sudo systemctl stop geth && sudo systemctl disable gethsudo systemctl enable nethermind && sudo systemctl start nethermind
You can tweak the client parameters here (currently only mainnet.cfg is supported)
As always, output is redirected to syslog.
tail -f /valog/syslog
ARM32 version has some problems, though. There are lots of crashes because of memory problems (as well as the other clients). This is certainly related to the ongoing “allocation memory bug” . See “Raspberry Pi 4” section for further info. Feedback is appreciated.
Besu is an enterprise-grade Java-based Ethereum client developed by Pegasys . Thank you very much to Felipe Faraggi for reaching out and give us further information about it.
Besu is now included in Ethereum on ARM (64-bits only) and you can run it as a systemd service (please see Nethermind instructions above).
sudo systemctl stop geth && sudo systemctl disable geth sudo systemctl enable besu && sudo systemctl start besuIt runs fine on NanoPC-T4 but needs more testing (particularly on the memory side). Please, give it a try and report your feedback to us. We will post more info soon, including full sync data.
Prysmatic Labs put a lot of work on their Prysm ETH2 client and the changes / improvements are impressive . Additionally, they took ARM support very seriously from the beginning and are now releasing official binaries for ARM64. Thank you very much to the team!
We are getting 4-6 blocks/second (compared to 0.1/0.2 of 0.3.1 version.) This is a huge improvement and allows a NanoPC-T4 to sync the beacon chain in less than a day (23 hours).
To start syncing the beacon chain just start the service by running (again, stop and disable other clients):
sudo systemctl start prysm-beacon
If you want to be a validator, please, follow their instructions . You can run the validator binary to do so.
Rockchip boards run on a legacy 4.4 Linux kernel and that means that it’s missing lots of improvements from the mainline branch, particularly on the storage side. We tried 5.4 and 5.5 mainline versions but it still needs some work, we will keep an eye on it .
On the other hand, there is an issue with log rotate (this is not a bug). We noticed that, if you don’t change the root password, cron jobs don’t work and, among other things, logrotate doesn’t truncate syslog and the it gets full. So, in order to avoid this, you need to login twice to change both passwords. First, as ethereum user (default password: ethereum) and second as root user (default password: 1234).
RASPBERRY PI 4
We’ve been experiencing memory limitations on the Raspberry Pi 4 for quite a while now, mainly caused by the 32-bit OS . While the Raspbian kernel is already using a 64bit kernel, the userland is still on 32bit so, in order to mitigate these problems as much as possible, we’ve ported the Armbian virtual RAM system to the Rpi4  that leverages the ZRAM kernel module to improve memory performance and, additionally, raised the swap file to 6GB. All in all, eventual crashes may happen so take this into account.
At the same time, we are looking for alternatives to set up a full 64bit image. Firstly, to get rid of the memory problems and, secondly to allow the Raspberry Pi 4 to run Eth2 clients (currently Prysm and Lighthouse). We are looking into these 2 options:
Official Ubuntu Server image : We tried the official Ubuntu Server 18.04.4 that includes the 5.4 mainline kernel. The good news here is that we haven't been able to reproduce the allocation memory problem. The bad news is that the disk performance is painfully slow so this doesn’t seem an option right now.
Unofficial Ubuntu Server image : As described on a recent post , this images is a pure 64-bit OS but uses some Raspbian parts, including the 64-bit kernel and firmware. We will try the new image soon and post the results here.
We set up a Gitcoin Grant for the project. If you appreciate our work and want to support the project, please make a donation. Remember that in Gitcon CLR rounds even 1$ can make the difference!. Thank you in advance.
Last but not least, we setup a twitter account (since January) where we try to send info on our progress, follow us or reach us on https://twitter.com/EthereumOnARM
PS. Be careful and stay safe!
The Difference Between The Tracking Board, Stage32, ScriptPipeline, WeScreenplay and others
There seem to be five main players. But before talking about them, the first thing to understand is that nowadays it's all about VERTICAL INTEGRATION. It's not enough to have a single reputable service that does one thing. Just like Apple and Google, these companies have to create 'complete ecosystems' in order to survive and compete. In the realm of screenplay submissions, the main players are:
- The Black List Site - The Annual Black List
- The Tacking Board - The Hit List
- The Red Ampersand Company - The Red List
THE BLACK LIST
This one has been covered extensively, so I won't elaborate. This video will catch you up.
THE TRACKING BOARD / TRACKING-B
I decided to sort of lump them together since they are very similar. Both are enterprises staffed by up-and-coming agent and manager types (hungry assistants) who pride themselves on their abilities to identify material and connect it with the industry. Both the Tracking Board and Tracking-b have solid success stories. Their business model is to charge a really high submission price to weed out people (and make solid bank of course), and then return value by going out of their way to promote the top tiers of finalist rounds (not just the final finalists). The Tracking Board is also the outfit behind the industry recognized 'Hit List', which is a direct competitor to the Annual Black List.
Their vertical business model came about organically:
- They founded a subscription-based spec sales tracking service.
- In 2012 they created a specialized competition (the Launch Pad) to get access to the top screenplays before they get to managers and agents, and to compete with Franklin Leonard, who that same year launched his direct-to-consumer Black List 2.0 site.
- In 2013 they created an annual 'Hit List' to affirm their tracking abilities, and to compete with the famous Annual Black List.
- For the Tracking Board, it's all about access to the material so they themselves can move on up in the agenting world.
- PERSONAL EXPERIENCE: A friend of mine submitted a script a couple of years ago and placed in the top 75. She had a very positive experience. They go out of their way to promote their 'undiscovered writers'. She recently was selected into the HBO's writers program with that same script.
- INDUSTRY BUZZ says that the Tracking Board is a definite yes. Tracking-b is a close second if you can deal with their non-communicativeness (you submit and basically never hear back unless you advance).
- Both are expensive.
Script Pipeline used to be called ScriptPimp. This is important to know because of two reasons: First, it is a clear indication that the first name was seedy-sounding, and reflected their M.O. at the time. And two... After the name change they have made a serious effort to clean up their image and become a real player in the lucrative break-in market. Their website has become more pro looking and they have made a large effort to make success stories happen. INDUSTRY BUZZ says that many agents do look at the top screenplays from their contests. But also SEVERAL WINNERS have said that nothing much came out of it. But others have been repped. In the end it still depends on the actual screenplay. No way around that.
Stage32 has been very aggressive in their growth strategy. Their vertical business model seems to be this:
- Stage32 built an extensive pay-for-play site started with paid job postings.
- They branched out into several of the filmmaking disciplines including screenwriting.
- They began selling all sorts of services and educational products aimed at novices and absolute beginners.
- They employ hard-sell techniques, spam email blasts and Cosmopolitan-like click-bait titles ("Independent Film Acquisitions: the US Theatrical Market" – $49... "How to Write Female Driven Comedies That Pop" – $49)
- They created products that cover ALL stages of the screenwriting process: Paid Skype Pitch Sessions, Paid Script Coverage in various sizes, Paid Script Consulting, Paid Mentoring, Paid Proofreading, Paid Webinnars, etc.
- They offer multiple year-round competitions to cash in on every possible genre.
- They invite managers and agents to be judges for the finalists, while at the same time filming Skype interviews with them, and then selling these recordings back to the screenwriters. I imagine the managers must get paid in order to agree to this.
- It's all about creating profit out of screenwriters at EVERY SINGLE STAGE (Is that why it's called Stage32?)
- INDUSTRY BUZZ says... Not quite sure yet. Too many of the managers, agents and producers are currently profiting from the operation, so naturally they don't badmouth it. I would definitely want to be repped by some of the people participating.
- USERS have reported to feeling like a sausage in an apparatus while being milked out of their money (for example the Skype pitch sessions... Has a script actually ever sold through these?)
RED AMPERSAND COMPANY -- Screencraft, WeScreenplay, Coverfly, The Script Lab
NOTE: This section has been re-written after an exchange in the comments section with Scot Lawrie, one of the co-founders of Coverfly and WeScreenplay.
The first thing to understand is that the Red Ampersand company is an umbrella organization of 4 separate entities that have banded together recently. The separate outfits include Coverfly, WeScreenplay, Screencraft and Scriptlab. These 4 entities heavily cross promote each other in SEO-optimized ways like in this example, where this ScriptLab's page claims that ScreenCraft is a bigger and more prominent competition than Nicholl (I highly doubt that). It is also important to note that, according to Scot Lawrie, they were the victims of a coordinated disinformation attack by a competitor in the Spring 2018. Since then there is a lot of bad information floating out there. From what I have been able to learn so far, here are my opinions:
THE GOOD: Their Coverfly platform is a far more tailored solution for screenplay submissions compared to Filmfreeway. It is also very useful for tracking writers in order to find out what else they‘ve written. It’s trying to be a sort of IMDb meets Rotten Tomatoes of unrepped, unproduced writers and screenplays. John Rhodes, co-founder of Screencraft, explained the process like this:
- Writer submits one or more screenplays to a third party contest, Fellowship, lab or festival which manages submissions on Coverfly.
- Coverfly does not have the right to use this data as it belongs exclusively to the writer and competition to which the writer submits according to the terms of whatever competition they enter. The entry is managed on CF, but CF has no authorization yet to access, read or share the entry.
- When and if the writer signs up for a CF account, and specifically agrees to CF terms of service, the writer (and only the writer) will then be able to see and manage their submission data.
- Optionally, the writer may choose to make their Script discoverable in CF’s searchable database, and it may show up on The Red List.
“It's important to note that Coverfly Score is not a metric of quality, it's a metric of confidence of quality, which increases with more strong evaluations. Furthermore, your Coverfly Score will never decrease.” - SourceJohn Rhodes, co-founder of Screencraft, also added this in a Q&A on June 5th, 2018:
“So, by and large, an Industry Score will start out relatively low until at least 3 evaluations are aggregated.” - SourceIn other words, the business strategy here is to try to get the writer to submit to as many screenwriting competitions as possible. Coverfly then makes its money from a percentage of each of the submission fees paid by the writer, which can add up to a lot of money. So it follows that they, as a company, have a strong monetary incentive to convince writers that a lot of the competitions are far more important and influential than they really are. Their entire platform, marketing, talking points and individual communications with the co-founders reflect this.
The break-in industry is a huge business. But unfortunately it is becoming more entrenched in the real industry as it is solving a real problem for agents, managers and producers... Namely, it removes the dreaded 'first contact with an unknown writer' conundrum. Basically the industry wants a vetting system where they don't have to sift though queries and risk dealing with litigious newbie-nutso writers who think the world is out to steal their ideas. These platforms therefore provide that buffer zone. So we as emerging writers will have to learn how to live with these services somehow. Or get very creative on how to bypass them altogether.
This post has received a lot of cool responses. Some have corrected me on a few details. I will be editing this to make it as factual as possible. I view this as a work-in-progress community wiki. Please feel free to contribute!