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41  Other / Meta / Bitcointalk https is not staying secure on: March 20, 2012, 03:12:53 AM
When first landing at the website https is good, secure. As I drill down to post into a topic it becomes normal or insecure. With the latest chrome 18 it is fine until in a topic, then https is lost, backing out and refreshing 'secure' returned, enter topic, https is lost. Chrome 17 and Opera 11.61, once you drill down into a topic, the https is lost; up one directory, refreshing does not return https, it remains insecure.

Is this a site issue, a certificate issue, or a browser issue?
42  Other / Off-topic / A message in my vanitygen hash. on: March 07, 2012, 06:51:47 PM
I successfully got vanitygen working and produced a hash but it seems there is a message in the hash as well.

1Endfed Sry GUZ K9s P rdvx Hnt Yz v2EB ex GA

What I think it says?
End Fed. Sorry Guys, K9's, people ardvarx, hunt yous with web ex-government agent.

Creepy or what?
43  Other / Politics & Society / Timothy Geithner Arrested? on: March 05, 2012, 09:27:14 PM
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/03/geithner-arrested-116-major-bank-resignations-what-the-finance-is-this.html
 Shocked Cheesy Grin
Fuckin Schweet!!!
44  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Using github: Specifically, Vanitygen on: March 05, 2012, 07:03:45 PM
I'm an apt-get type of person and never have used git. Could someone explain the process?
I hacked up an example from an unrelated git tut but needs some fill in the blanks or corrections.
Are there any dependancies that need to be satisfied before running?
I don't plan on using oclvanitgen as hardware doesn't support 11.11, maybe 8 or 9. Wink Will I be limited to what I can look for?

Code:
steps on how to compile under Linux:
 $ git clone https://github.com/samr7/vanitygen.git
 $ cd *where?*
 $ git checkout -b *what is going on here?*
 $ ./autogen.sh && ./configure *anyflags needed here?* && make
 $ sudo make install
45  Bitcoin / Pools / P2Pool Server List on: February 25, 2012, 02:07:31 AM
The goal is to provide a list of servers located near you, to make connecting locally simpler. Act locally, think globally, Cheesy .
This will help to spread the word about P2Pool, providing an opportunity to try it out without having to setup a server or node.
If you are running a P2Pool server you can share your details here. It is transitional easing to get people involved.

What's the point of making my node accessible to the public?
You like the P2Pool concept and have decided to run P2Pool for your hashing needs. You understand what it takes to maintain a server and so decide to offer your node for public use in order to help those who may not be in a position to set up a P2Pool node themselves. You understand that this isn't a way that will make you rich but it will get you positive karma points. Wink

Alert: If you have already taken the time to upgrade p2pool, it is now on version 3.1. If you haven't upgraded your node please do so as soon as possible.
For more information about the p2pool upgrade, please see: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg971005#msg971005

To use a pool listed below, follow your miners instructions for connecting to a pool.
For example, to connect using CGMiner:
Code:
cgminer -o http://pool:port -u username -p password
Replace 'username' with your BTC address where the payments are to be sent.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.0

All pools listed below are BIP16 Supported

Format: City/State/Province::Country::IP Address:Port::Fee::Coinage Mined::Pool Name::Operator (Nick)Name

North America
  • Ontario::Canada::http://blockexplorer.funkymonkey.org:9335/::0%::BTC::FunkyMonkey Pool::tiker
  • Toronto::Canada::http://p2pool.hopto.org:9332/::0.3%::BTC::Hopto::cabin
  • California::USA::http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:8336/::0.5%::BTC+NMC::StittHappens::Red Emerald
  • California::USA::http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:10336/::1%::LTC::StittHappens::Red Emerald
  • Los Angeles, CA::USA::http://p2pool.thedimi.net:9332/::0%::BTC::thedimi::vindimy
  • Southern California::USA::http://p2pool.greenbtc.com:9327/::0%::LTC::GreenBTC::RandomQ - Lowered Fees
  • Southern California::USA::http://p2pool.greenbtc.com:9332/::0%::BTC::GreenBTC::RandomQ - Lowered Fees
  • San Francisco, California::USA::http://tonic.dnsd.info:9332/::0%::BTC::FRESH::freshzive - New
  • Chicago, Illinois::USA::http://66.90.82.155:9332/::0.10000000000000001%::btc::CK p2pool::cereal7802
  • Tampa, Florida::USA::http://p2pmining.com:9332/::0%::BTC/NMC::P2Pmining::JayCoin  - #Modified Offline
  • Kansas City, Kansas::USA::http://p2p.lcgcraft.in:9327/::0%::LTC::TitPool::Tittiez - Not Available
  • Kentucky::USA::http://216.135.68.240:9332/::0%::BTC::TGS-P2Pool?::NothinG
  • Dallas, Texas::USA::http://caldari.lksmith.me:9332/::0.15%::BTC*::Ael's Pool::vedalken254 - New
  • Wyoming, MI::USA::http://imperium.getmyip.com:9332/::0.1%::BTC::SmoovPool::Smoovious
  • Wyoming, MI::USA::http://imperium.getmyip.com:9327/::0.1%::LTC::SmoovPool::Smoovious
  • Seattle, Washington::USA::http://bitpoppool.geekgalaxy.com:9332/::0%::BTC::Bit Pop P2Pool::bitpop
  • Charleston::West Virgina::USA::http://fearmypenguin.ath.cx:9332::0.5%::BTC::Naelrpool::Naelr - New
  • Charleston::West Virgina::USA::http://fearmypenguin.ath.cx:9327::0.5%::LTC::Naelrpool::Naelr - New

South America
  • So Paulo/SP::Brazil::http://200.204.162.44:9332/::0.3::BTC::Electra Bitcoin P2Pool Node::ThiagoCMC - New
  • So Paulo/SP::Brazil::http://200.204.162.44:9327/::0.3::LTC::Electra Litecoin P2Pool Node::ThiagoCMC - New
Europe
  • Germany::http://82.165.39.91:9332/::0%::BTC::roomservice::roomservice
  • Cologne::Germany::http://p2pool-cologne.dyndns.org:9332/::0.1%::BTC::Cologne::Subo1977
  • Gunzenhausen::Germany::http://78.47.74.211:10332/::0.5%::BTC::randomguy7::randomguy7 - New
  • Nernberg::Germany::http://pool.k1024.de:80/::0%::LTC::k1024::flower1024
  • Turin::Italy::http://p2pool.soon.it:9332/::0.5%::BTC::p2pool::spiccioli  - Now with graphs. Use 'graph' as password.
  • Rotterdam::Netherlands::http://145.118.108.109:9332/::0.5%::BTC::10mb/s::orseti - New
  • Gorzw Wielkopolski::Poland::http://91.235.254.37:9332/::0.5%::BTC::Rav3n's pool::rav3n_pl
  • Bristol::UK::http://lenny.dnsd.me:9332/::0.1%::BTC+NMC::p2pool::lenny - New
  • Leeds::UK::http://195.234.11.101:9338/::0.1%::BTC::P2P-Bit::Shadow383
  • London::UK::http://109.74.195.142:9332/::0.5%::BTC::Gyver's p2pool::Gyver - Now with graphs. Use '29fbe016a606fcb4' for password.
  • ::UK::http://thirdlight.dynalias.com:80/::0%::BTC::Thirdlight::Thirdlight -Not Available
  • Kyiv::Ukraine::http://93.126.88.72:9332/::0%::BTC::In Kiev::Ed - New
  • Kyiv::Ukraine::http://93.126.88.72:9327/::0%::LTC::In Kiev::Ed - New
Africa

Asia
  • Beijing::China::http://p2poolchina.zapto.org:9332::0.5%::p2poolchina::bravetheheat

Australia

Notes:
Would you like to run P2Pool for the community, ThiagoCMC has a Complete P2Pool Guide:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=62842.0

#Modified: Jaycoin has built a modified p2pool node with a PHP front end to always offer diff1 shares to hashers. This helps to reduce variance in finding blocks and helps when receiving block rewards providing more consistent payouts than a standard node. Code for the mods are not yet now public. Check the P2PMining thread for details.

NothinG has created a web version of this server list, featuring graph displays of each pool.
http://nodes.p2pmine.com

Red Emerald has created a Python script to check the status of the servers in this list. It works like ping from Terminal but provides more detail and accuracy.

Copy the text from this link: http://pastie.org/3597839
  • Paste the text into a text editor and name it with a .py extension.
Code:
check_p2pool_server_status.py
  • Save as "all file types"
  • Choose a directory to save to: Desktop
  • In Terminal cd to the directory: Desktop
  • Issue the command:
Code:
sudo python ./check_p2pool_server_status.py
  • Wait a few seconds for results

Contributions:
::Shadow383, list update::Red Emerald, python p2pool server status script::NothinG, web version of this server list::

***Post errors or omissions in this thread and I will update ASAP.
46  Other / Off-topic / Trouble Compiling from Source: tcpdump, libpcap on: February 23, 2012, 02:42:38 AM
Looking to compile tcpdump and or libpcap on Ubuntu. Googling hasn't produced much helpful material. The goal is to update to latest stable release software and to learn compiling from source. I have tried to compile libpcap but I keep getting errors so I must be missing a dependency. Basically I thought I would be able to update libpcap and leave tcpdump 4.1.1 as is. I had installed flex and bison but they're not enough, errors still occur.

If you look below, the tcpdump version is 4.1.1, the current version is 4.2.1. The version of libpcap installed with tcpdump is 0.8, the current version of libpcap is 1.2.1.

Code:
$ apt-cache show tcpdump
Package: tcpdump
Priority: standard
Section: net
Installed-Size: 1060
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com>
Original-Maintainer: Romain Francoise <rfrancoise@debian.org>
Architecture: amd64
Version: 4.1.1-2ubuntu2
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.7), libpcap0.8 (>= 1.0.0), libssl1.0.0 (>= 1.0.0)
Suggests: apparmor (>= 2.3)
Filename: pool/main/t/tcpdump/tcpdump_4.1.1-2ubuntu2_amd64.deb
Size: 393778
MD5sum: 9da2f2e39c365aef92a7ddf39edf4720
SHA1: 15426551551032bf10801309fb938165b2aec47f
SHA256: 71072e8c0a29f04b9499229c04aa0b62d2022ceeff5f9a3d9770d8b9124b63b3
Description-en: command-line network traffic analyzer
 This program allows you to dump the traffic on a network. tcpdump
 is able to examine IPv4, ICMPv4, IPv6, ICMPv6, UDP, TCP, SNMP, AFS
 BGP, RIP, PIM, DVMRP, IGMP, SMB, OSPF, NFS and many other packet
 types.
 .
 It can be used to print out the headers of packets on a network
 interface, filter packets that match a certain expression. You can
 use this tool to track down network problems, to detect attacks
 or to monitor network activities.
Homepage: http://www.tcpdump.org/
Description-md5: f01841bfda357d116d7ff7b7a47e8782
Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug
Origin: Ubuntu
Supported: 18m
Task: standard, kubuntu-mobile

Quote
LATEST RELEASE
Version: 4.2.1 / 1.2.1
Release Date: January 1, 2012
tcpdump-4.2.1.tar.gz (changelog) (PGP signature)
libpcap-1.2.1.tar.gz (changelog) (PGP signature)
tcpdump-workers.asc (tcpdump.org signing key)
http://www.tcpdump.org
47  Economy / Marketplace / Willing To Sell, Willing To Buy Category Codes on: February 20, 2012, 04:12:33 AM
An idea to help make posts in the market simpler to find.
It will provide sellers greater exposure to those searching to buy.
Buyers will see items similar to what they want to purchase when searching.
If your not around to *bump your thread it can still be seen via search with like items.

How does it work?
For those looking to sell items you can add a prefix to the description, which most do already, [WTS] = Willing to Sell or [WTB] = Willing to Buy.
By adding additional information to the prefix it extends its visibility when searching for items in the market.

Examples:
[WTS-A] ATI 5970 Lightly Used 4 Gamez - $250 in BTC / OBO
[WTS-B] Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 - $75 - BTC Preffered
[WTS-B] 15x GA-990FXA-UD3 - Divorce - 1BTC - One Per Person
[WTS-P] Wireless Electricity Generator System - TeslaTechGuides - 100BTC
[WTS-A] 15x 5970's Priced to Sell - $300 + Free shipping - BTC only

[WTB-K] Silver and Gold - We Pay Spot - Bitcoins Paid
[WTB-A] ATI 5970 - Good Condition - Will Pay Up to $450

When searching you just put "WTS-A" in the search box and everything with that title will show up in results.

Currently I have a partial list of Category Codes that covers most items.
As needs arrise I will add more if this is adopted by the community.

Category Codes

A = Graphics Cards ex. ATI Radeon 5970 (OEM replacement fans go here.)
B = Motherboards
C = CPU, Memory, Flash, HDD
D = Power Supplies
E = PCI Express Risers
F = Water/Air Cooling
G = Games, Game Codes, Game Systems, Trading Cards
H = Complete Mining Systems
I = Gift Cards
J =
K = Bullion, Coins, Stamps
L = Laptops
M = Phones
N = Network Equipment
O = Other Computer Parts
P = Books, Manuals, Magazines, Periodicals
Q =
R =
S = Software
T =
U =
V =
W =
X =
Y =
Z = Schwag


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48  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Mining with Slitaz? on: February 17, 2012, 02:26:57 AM
Is anyone using Slitaz to mine? Share your success.
49  Other / Off-topic / Oracle Java SE 1.7.x Multiple Vulnerabilities on: February 16, 2012, 12:53:19 AM
Quote
Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Oracle Java SE, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose potentially sensitive information, manipulate certain data, cause a DoS (Denial of Service), and compromise a vulnerable system.
http://secunia.com/advisories/48009/

Patch or you base pwned!
50  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Miners for MenuetOS? on: February 15, 2012, 04:56:19 AM
Is anybody making miners for MenuetOS?
http://menuetos.net/

Since it is written entirely in assembly and talks directly to all devices and hardware, no translator, maybe it could overcome the 8 GPU barrier.
51  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / OCZ ZT Series 750w @ Newegg: w00t on: February 15, 2012, 04:48:53 AM
OCZ ZT Series 750W Fully-Modular 80PLUS Bronze
$15 off w/ promo code (ends 2/16/12)
$109.99 - $15 = 94.99 + $20 mail in rebate card = w00t!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341052
52  Other / Off-topic / Cheaper Electricity with a Bloom Box: Google was First Customer on: February 13, 2012, 06:43:45 AM
Quote
For decades, experts have agreed that solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) hold the greatest potential of any fuel cell technology. With low cost ceramic materials, and extremely high electrical efficiencies, SOFCs can deliver attractive economics without relying on CHP. But until now, there were significant technical challenges inhibiting the commercialization of this promising new technology. SOFCs operate at extremely high temperature (typically above 800C). This high temperature gives them extremely high electrical efficiencies, and fuel flexibility, both of which contribute to better economics, but it also creates engineering challenges.

Bloom has solved these engineering challenges. With breakthroughs in materials science, and revolutionary new design, Bloom's SOFC technology is a cost effective, all-electric solution.

Over a century in the making, fuel cells are finally clean, reliable, and most importantly, affordable.

Each Bloom Energy fuel cell is capable of producing about 25W... enough to power a light bulb. For more power, the cells are sandwiched, along with metal interconnect plates into a fuel cell "stack". A few stacks, together about the size of a loaf of bread, is enough to power an average home.

Current production is limited to commercial 210Kw and 105Kw units.

http://www.bloomenergy.com/
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6816773n
or
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEk4o10WNG0
53  Other / Off-topic / RaptorVPN - The World's Only FREE VPN Service on: February 10, 2012, 06:25:47 AM
Quote
RaptorVPN is the worlds only FREE VPN service. Our service allows you to use the internet in total privacy without the threat of eavesdropping from Internet Service Providers, Nation States, Hackers, Advertisers, and others.

- Unlimited Bandwidth
- No Disconnect Times
- No Ads
- PPTP and OpenVPN
- Always FREE
RaptorVPN - The World's Only FREE VPN Service
http://www.raptorvpn.com/whmcs/

Don't know how many servers they have or in how many countries.
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