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[Service] Type=forking PIDFile=/home/<username>/monerod.pid ExecStart=/home/<username>/monero-x86_64-linux-gnu-v0.16.0.0/monerod --tx-proxy i2p,127.0.0.1:8060 --add-peer core5hzivg4v5ttxbor4a3haja6dssksqsmiootlptnsrfsgwqqa.b32.i2p --add-peer dsc7fyzzultm7y6pmx2avu6tze3usc7d27nkbzs5qwuujplxcmzq.b32.i2p --add-peer sel36x6fibfzujwvt4hf5gxolz6kd3jpvbjqg6o3ud2xtionyl2q.b32.i2p --add-peer yht4tm2slhyue42zy5p2dn3sft2ffjjrpuy7oc2lpbhifcidml4q.b32.i2p --anonymous-inbound XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.b32.i2p,127.0.0.1:8061 --detach --pidfile /home/<username>/monerod.pid User=<username> Group=<usergroup>
After creating these two files, run: ```` systemctl daemon-reload service i2pzero start service monerod start ````
To see the output of these services, use `journalctl -u i2pzero` and `journalctl -u monerod`
## Running your own seed node (mipseed)
If you want to run your own seed node (known as a 'mipseed') to help other people discover I2P-accessible Monero nodes, follow instructions [in the i2p-zero repo](https://github.com/i2p-zero/i2p-zero/blob/master/mipseed.md).
*The original version of this guide was originally uploaded on the [i2p-zero repository](https://github.com/i2p-zero/i2p-zero/blob/master/monerod-with-i2p-zero.md).*