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The Elrond code imports a repository created by Cloudflare (bn256) for generating some private/public pairs of keys.

Due to a bug in that repository, it wasn't possible until today to run a node on a Raspberry PI.

But this evening, thanks to Adrian Dobrita (one of the core developers at Elrond), the bug was discovered.

So in order to be able to build and run the node on linux / arm64, it is necessary to make the following modification :

check line 63 in file mul_arm64.h and change from "ADDS R25, c3 " to "ADDS R1, c3 "

That's all folks !

Enjoy 😉

 

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