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1101  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BTCdeals.com on: May 30, 2011, 01:24:38 PM
It also told me, using newest firefox, that the certificate was not confirmed.

Hmm odd - checked using FF 3.6 and it shows it too... I set it up using the free SSL certificate that you get when you register a domain at Gandi.net and provided full and valid information. Looking it up real quick doesn't show a general incompatibility with their SSL certs. Will look in to this further and hopefully can resolve it quickly.

Wondering if it's related to it still being new? I literally registered the domain 10 hours ago, and started the SSL process 8 hours ago and I think I only received the actual certificate around 7 hours ago. I've dealt with SSL before, but never in this timeline - anyone know if that could play a factor?

3.6? Thats like a millennium old now! FF5 beta is out
1102  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: bitcoin wallet problem on: May 30, 2011, 01:08:18 PM
You need your wallet.dat file from the other computer, else your out of luck, sorry Sad
1103  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BTCdeals.com on: May 30, 2011, 01:02:11 PM
It also told me, using newest firefox, that the certificate was not confirmed.

And which firefox would that be?
1104  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BTCdeals.com on: May 30, 2011, 09:06:24 AM
You've spelled "Dollars" wrong on the "BTC?" page: https://www.btcdeals.com/BTC/

This looks like a cool site. I don't think I want a flash card reader, but I'll check back.

Thanks! - fixed that. Copy was literally the last thing I did before going live - so I am sure it could be updated to sound a bit more professional as well.

I figured the flash card reader would be a good test start - not something that most people will care about, cheap enough for those who say why not, and it allows me to at least get the site going. Better items will come in time Smiley

Put something other than a cardreader on it, and i'll buy (for a reasonable price), haha, too many readers lying around.
1105  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BTCdeals.com on: May 30, 2011, 08:43:14 AM
You wouldn't happen to be using dealextreme or something like that? ^_^

For this particular first test run - yes. But I do have a a tax id and all the proper paper work to work with a specific wholesaler that I use. The investment on my part will be a bit larger dealing with those products so I want to make sure the idea makes sense, that my code works as desired and also to gain a little trust before I go that route.

Cool, now I can buy cheap stuff off there without mum getting angry cuz im using her creditcard haha Smiley

Also, does it just have to be 1 a day? Couldn't it be like 5 or something?
1106  Economy / Marketplace / Re: BTCdeals.com on: May 30, 2011, 08:33:50 AM
You wouldn't happen to be using dealextreme or something like that? ^_^
1107  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Selling Seedbox's 2 BC/Month on: May 30, 2011, 08:32:35 AM
What OS?

It's a seedbox... does it matter?

So they have a web interface?

No idea, i'd presume so, haha
1108  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Is there anyone who can tell me about "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" on: May 30, 2011, 08:14:18 AM
I'm using deepbit mining pool,  today i always get the alert of "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC",  what is it for?

is it used for  computing the average speed at the last 10 minutes? Huh

It's happening to everyone, it's DeepBit, if it really worries you move to a different pool, should be fixed soon, i hope.
1109  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Is mining on Linux any faster than on Win7? on: May 30, 2011, 08:12:06 AM
I'm going to be building a mining rig in a couple weeks (3x6990)

You won't be able to run 3 x 6990 on Windows. Windows only supports 4 GPUs.

No, I run 3x 5970 on Windows 7 64bit, It is work, maybe last drivers suppors more 4 GPUs now. And my second rig have 5 GPUs.


Windows has a virtual gpu core limit coded into it...
1110  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Generated 2 blocks in an hour? on: May 30, 2011, 07:42:32 AM
because after a week of inactivity, eligius will pay out balance on next block solve... which is how you got numbers under 1btc.
that explains it all then.

Ah, alright, thanks Smiley
1111  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Generated 2 blocks in an hour? on: May 30, 2011, 07:35:57 AM
They are...
143WJicNDcRnuT85JsFiJESNtEqTvg19uz: 0.09258583
143WJicNDcRnuT85JsFiJESNtEqTvg19uz: 0.00073488


Oh, sorry, didn't look that deep into it, just looked at the timestamps,

but then wtf? I mined at eligius like last week, for a few hours, but all my machines are mining at deepbit now.

sooo what's up? :\
1112  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Generated 2 blocks in an hour? on: May 30, 2011, 07:22:00 AM
been mining in a pool that pays directly with coins generated from solved blocks?

DeepBit, but i've never seen it say "Generated" before?

you tried out eligius servers? those match the last 2 blocks found http://eligius.st/~artefact2/

No, they're not.

Anyone else know why this happened?
1113  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Beginner needs help. on: May 30, 2011, 07:19:50 AM
Download LinuxCoin, works as soon as you boot.
1114  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Generated 2 blocks in an hour? on: May 30, 2011, 07:05:35 AM
been mining in a pool that pays directly with coins generated from solved blocks?

DeepBit, but i've never seen it say "Generated" before?
1115  Bitcoin / Mining / Generated 2 blocks in an hour? on: May 30, 2011, 07:02:18 AM
I highly doubt that's right, as im only mining with about 300mh/s. But if I DID, why doesn't it have +50?



Never seen it before, so what's happened?
1116  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Is mining on Linux any faster than on Win7? on: May 30, 2011, 06:47:54 AM
For that matter, is 64-bit any better than 32-bit?


Yes, mining on linux will give you a -little- fast result, result of the less overhead from linux. Don't think 86/64 makes a difference.
1117  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Selling Seedbox's 2 BC/Month on: May 30, 2011, 06:13:06 AM
What OS?

It's a seedbox... does it matter?
1118  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: two questions on: May 29, 2011, 12:55:32 PM
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Should I just uninstall the bitcoin, so that some virus or worm or trojan could not find wallet on my pc ?

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That won't make a difference, if you want them to be safe without encrypting, move them to a different directory, and rename.




I just wanted to know if it is safe to uninstall and delete everything,
after i have stored (and encripted) wallet.dat somewhere.

thanx for reply...


Don't thank, tip Wink
1119  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: BTCMiner - An advanced upcoming GUI. on: May 29, 2011, 11:54:45 AM
This looks good SomeoneWierd.. I have been looking for a simple gui miner like this, i'm not a fan of the python "guiminer".

Check out the Mono project, as long as you keep your codebase relatively platform independent your app should run on Windows, Mac and Linux no problems using Mono.

If you can eventually support Ufasoft CPU miner and the CUDA miner that would be perfect.

Yeah, it should be pretty much compatible with wine & mono, if not it will after a few small changes.

And i've made it (kind of) modular, so adding support for miners will be easy Smiley

Would you be able to donate? It will make me code faster Wink
1120  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: two questions on: May 29, 2011, 11:46:58 AM
1)
Can mining rigs be used for something else, (if/when it is payed off, becomes cost ineffective) ?
I intend to buy 1 motherboard that can hold 2 or 4 graphic cards,
Could I run chess software on those graphic cards, to have a home chess "supercomputer" ?
I don't understand this, what OS is installed on mining rigs, linux, or something custom made for mining only?
I was thinking something like linux - wine - fritz software configuration on it...


2)
What should i do with bitcoin client on my computer ?
I have bought some btc, waiting for the "this time next year" scenario Smiley
I have stored several copies of encripted wallet.dat here and there...
I don't intend to spend them soon.
Should I just uninstall the bitcoin, so that some virus or worm or trojan could not find wallet on my pc ?

later, I just download and install bitcoin, copy paste wallet.dat in it ?
Is that how it should be done?
I don't want to screw something up...


1. Yes, you could probably run something like F@H.
 1a) no idea
 1b) You can use Windows, Mac or Unix, doesn't matter.
 1c) ^

2. At the moment I recommend waiting, this time last week they sold for about $6.50, now it's fluctuating around $8-9

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Should I just uninstall the bitcoin, so that some virus or worm or trojan could not find wallet on my pc ?

That won't make a difference, if you want them to be safe without encrypting, move them to a different directory, and rename.

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later, I just download and install bitcoin, copy paste wallet.dat in it ?

Yep
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