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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / eMark MINTING on ENCRYPTED Wallet - how can I enable this? on: December 19, 2013, 08:42:16 PM
Hi I've encrypted my eMark wallet now its stopped minting as I expected because it doesn't have the wallet pass phrase.

I'm trying now to start the wallet and give it the passphrase so minting can continue.

I've look at the source on github and it seems that "walletpassphrase" is supported, well the code to parse it is in there!

I can't figure out how the get it recognised on the command line, my understanding is it should be;

eMark-qt -server walletpassphrase <password>

but it seems to make no difference.  Huh

I've set up emark.conf as required, -server allows eMark to accept command line arguments according to the source and walletpassphrase seems to be listed as a command..

Please can someone tell me if minting of an encrypted wallet is supported currently and how to get the wallet password accepted?

Thanks,
Ian
2  Other / Beginners & Help / How to enable eMark Minting on Encrypted Wallet? on: December 19, 2013, 01:05:54 PM
Hi I've encrypted my eMark wallet now its stopped minting as expected because it doesn't have the wallet pass phrase.

I've look at the source on github and it seems that "walletpassphrase" is supported, well the code to parse it is in there!

I can't figure out how the get it recognised on the command line, my understanding is it should be;

eMark-qt -server walletpassphrase <password>

but it seems to make no difference.  Huh

I've set up emark.conf as required, -server allows embark to accept command line arguments according to the source and walletpassphrase seems to be listed as a command..

Can someone tell me if minting of an encrypted wallet is supported currently and how to get the wallet password accepted.

Thanks,
Ian
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