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tutorial:staking:on-dedicated-device [2019/08/09 16:33]
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 That concludes all the "​tedious work" via Terminal on your Staking Node! Let's now move onto your main wallet and connect it with your Staking Node. That concludes all the "​tedious work" via Terminal on your Staking Node! Let's now move onto your main wallet and connect it with your Staking Node.
  
-## Connect your wallet+### Connect your wallet
  
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 +## Maintenance
 +
 +When your node is successfully set up, here are some tips to keep your node healthy and up-to-date.
 +
 +### Updating particld
 +
 +**You should always keep your node up-to-date with latest Particl Core releases.**
 +
 +To update your node:
 +
 +1. SSH to your device (or connect your monitor)
 +2. Make sure your system is up-to-date: `sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade`
 +3. To update partyman: `~/​partyman/​partyman update` and follow on-screen instructions
 +4. Wait a couple minutes for `particld` to restart and check status of your node with `~/​partyman/​partyman status` - look for `particld staking currently? : YES`
 +
 +#### Updating to pre-release versions
 +
 +In case you want to update your `particld` to pre-release version (ie. betas, not yet stable releases), you can do so by:
 +
 +    cd ~/partyman/
 +    git pull
 +    ./partyman update -prer
 +
 +### Updating partyman
 +
 +In case partyman complains about updates available, you can install them simply by going to partyman'​s directory and getting the latest code from GitHub:
 +
 +    cd ~/partyman/
 +    git pull
  
  
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