poold) and a command line tool to interact with the daemon, called just
poolbinaries from the source code, at least the
makemust be installed.
lndis configured with the default values and is running on the same machine,
pooldwill be able to connect to it automatically and can be started by simply running:
lndis running on a remote node, the
admin.macaroonfiles from the
lnddata directory need to be copied to the machine where
lndnode by using the following command line flags:
~/.pool/<network>/poold.conf, for example:
pooldstores its data. To see the full list of options, run
pooldare encrypted with TLS and secured with macaroon authentication the same way
~/.pool/<network>/tls.certand the base macaroon in
poolcommand will pick up these file automatically on mainnet if no custom base directory is used. For other networks it should be sufficient to add the
--networkflag to tell the CLI in what sub directory to look for the files.
lnd's. The same macaroon cannot be used for both