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1121  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 06:21:00 PM
open the shell and type
Code:
cd .vnc
touch xstartup

Then open the file, insert the content and save.
1122  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Satoshi Dead? on: March 15, 2013, 06:17:18 PM
Fuck it. I give up. You guys got me. I'm Satoshi Nakamoto Embarrassed

That's exactly what we would expect you state if you wanted to throw us off the scent, couple with claiming to be Portuguese, a country known for...thinking...thinking...I'll get back to you on that.

Known for having divided the planet in half with the Spanish more than 5 centuries ago.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Tordesillas
I know Americans are trying to follow our footsteps, but we did it without sending soldiers and killing everyone that stands in the way. Beat that, USA!
1123  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 06:10:24 PM
The .vnc folder should not be in documents. It should be in your user home dir.
1124  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 05:55:54 PM
psy
No, I mean INSIDE your home dir
I did try that. under view I found "find hidden files alt+" so I tried that in home and documents it does not show the directory?

Well, may I ask in which folder you created the .vnc folder?
It should be in /home/YOUR_USERNAME/ If you created it there it should be there when you unhide files and folders.
1125  Local / Economia & Mercado / Re: BTC.pt - Compra Bitcoins com Multibanco em Portugal on: March 15, 2013, 05:50:14 PM
Brevemente teremos disponível pagamento em dinheiro em qualquer um dos 4600 Agentes Payshop.
Poderão comprar bitcoins até na mercearia!

Estejam atentos! Comprar bitcoins em Portugal tornar-se-á ainda mais fácil com o pagamento Payshop do BTC.pt!
1126  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 05:35:45 PM
No, I mean INSIDE your home dir.
In case CTRL+H doesn't unhide the folders you need to look in your file manager menus for an option to "Show hidden files and folders" or something along those lines.
1127  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 05:06:39 PM
You need to press CTRL+H on your home dir, then you'll see all hidden folders, including the .vnc one you created.
1128  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 04:30:35 PM
Yes, you should put the dot. The directory should be named .vnc
You'll need to unhide it after, tho.
And yes, create the xstartup file with this in it
Code:
# Execute common xstartup file
[ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup

# Load .Xresources file
[ -r $HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb $HOME/.Xresources

# Run the vncconfig helper to enable clipboard transfers and control of the desktop
vncconfig -iconic &

# Launch a GNOME desktop
exec gnome-session &

Have you already installed the vncserver package for your distro?
1129  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 04:08:14 PM
The dir should have a dot at the beggining: .vnc
If you don't see it, open your file manager, go to your user home dir and press CTRL+H and see if it shows up. files or directories with a dot at the begining are hidden, so they must be unhidden.
1130  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: http://www.pyramining.com/ - Discussion thread (no advertising here) on: March 15, 2013, 07:22:16 AM
simonk83 I think it's you who used my referral. I have a promotion, if someone uses my referral I will match their deposit in a new account using them as referal.  Give me your referal link and I will deposit 0.1. It's not much but every satoshi counts. Anyone else who uses my links be sure to pm me because I don't know how to get the referal links of those I have sponsored. blah pyramining is hard to explain lol.

It was indeed, and thanks for that Smiley

Hmm, which account would be best to recieve the referall...   the 0.1, the 0.2, 0.3, 29.3 or 100...

The 0.1 one because that's the one that is under him. Don't even try...
1131  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: repost for advice (non tech user) on: March 15, 2013, 06:37:54 AM
Man, do you have teamviewer installed? Need a remote hand to help you?

hi, thanks- that may be the best way forward if I can install that on Linux? I think I am installing a new wallet.dat so I will try and do what was suggested. then look into installing   teamviewer and mail you back. thanks. reg.

Yes, you can install it in Linux, but you'll probably need wine or mono installed to run it.
I run it in ubuntu myself.

Send me a PM if you need help.
I could even write some detailed instructions, but if you got into that mess by following the wiki or some other thread in here I'm really doubting you can advance much more by following anything I write.
With Teamviewer you can see what I'm doing and we can talk in real time while I'm doing it.
I know it's hard to trust unknown folks over the internet, so, no hard feelings if you refuse this kind of help.
1132  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM - Coinabul owe me 90btc on: March 15, 2013, 06:09:43 AM
From an ethical and business reputation standpoint, I think the right thing to do would be to refund the entire BTC balance (if they never sold the BTC) or refund the USD equivalent, shipping including, of the BTC at the time that the order was made (if they did sell the BTC).  Just my opinion, but I would find either of these to be an acceptable resolution, and I believe OP would as well.

If a customer makes an order, and it can't be shipped for whatever reason, then you contact the customer immediately and come to an agreement, then public shitstorms like these will be avoided.
Yeah, I agree.  If I was Coinabul, I'd be going above and beyond to correct this to hopefully salvage some remaining shreds of reputation.

Did they ever had a reputation to shred?
Has anyone here saw the video that other scammer, JRO, posted when he had a quarrel with Jon from Coinabul? Roll Eyes
1133  Other / Meta / Re: Gmail spam-blocking forum mail? on: March 15, 2013, 05:41:40 AM
20% of them get sent to spam on my gmail, but that's mostly because of the thread titles and because I have subscriptions enabled for new topics on the Newbies and Portuguese forums, so I receive at least 100 messages/day.

1- Does the server use exim2 to send emails? Check in /etc if you have an exim.conf to be sure
2- Are spf and dkim correctly configured on the DNS zone files?

If the answer to 1 is yes I might be able to help you with the mail server config if you wish.
If the answer to 2 is no, or "I don't know" I can also help.

In alternative, if you don't wish to mess with the server, maybe you can configure SMF to use SMTP to send the emails. That will solve a lot of configuration problems. Well, it won't really solve them, just bypass lol
1134  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Grandma Says HI - let me know when I'm not a newbie on: March 15, 2013, 05:31:20 AM
Haha, psy, you fall for it  Cheesy

Did I?
Sometimes you just need to do certain things... Wink
Besides, I'm still waiting for her PM. I have the best Portuguese accordionist willing to collaborate with the Grandma.
1135  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Satoshi Dead? on: March 15, 2013, 05:22:44 AM
Fuck it. I give up. You guys got me. I'm Satoshi Nakamoto Embarrassed
Sign this statement with any of Satoshi's private keys and we can lock this topic.

I can't. Locked that wallet in a time capsule and only my attorney can open it after I'm dead.
1136  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Grandma Says HI - let me know when I'm not a newbie on: March 15, 2013, 05:17:09 AM
MoonShadow, you're spoiling the fun... Roll Eyes
Or should i say: bringing even more fun to the thread? Tongue
1137  Other / Off-topic / [POLL] Do you watch TV? on: March 15, 2013, 05:15:53 AM
Well, I don't watch TV at all. I know there are some good series, and I download those trough bittorrent. I have cable TV at home, but it's only used for the cartoon channels(damn kids).
I watch 0 TV advertising at all, and it always bugged me if there are many like me or if I'm just a lone wolf.

So, do you watch TV? And by watching I mean be really interested in it, not having it on and ignoring it 99% of the time.
Am I such a looney?
1138  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Grandma Says HI - let me know when I'm not a newbie on: March 15, 2013, 04:55:55 AM
Grandma, you're not a newbie anymore. Just wait 10 minutes for your permissions to be granted.

If you ever want to meet a Portuguese accordionist and maybe share some thoughts, I'll introduce you to one. Do you have any samples of your work you wish to send me in a personal message? I would love to hear some of your music, really!

Welcome to Bitcointalk.org, just don't go straight to the Lending section, or the permissions might get revoked Wink
1139  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: paysafecardbitcoin Makes Shady 3rd Party Trades on: March 15, 2013, 04:23:48 AM
You have no balls to be running such a business, that much is clear.

So, when I accused you of having no balls to run the business you say it wasn't you who screamed scam, but when I'accused you of having no balls to post your scam accusations yourself your excuse was the OP beat you by minutes when he posted this thread, so you would also post a thread to Scam Accusations, right?
Do I really need to continue? Or are you THAT stupid?
You sure you wish to continue down this path?
Dumbass...

psy do u have some relation to paysafecard or what. U seem really intent in defending him when its apparent as hell he took advantage of some poor woman. No he didnt rob her, but he obviously tricked her into sending money for services that were said to be provided, when it was truly for his own benefit. Sounds like some lowlife shit me to me. Q and TBZ are only trying to shed some light on the issue. Why are you butting your nose in anyways?

No, I'm just someone who still has a working brain.
If they were trying to shed light on the issue they would contact the alleged scammer and all other interested parties and shed that light before posting a scam accusation and show everybody the dumbasses they are.
Now that they posted, it is public and I can butt my nose in it all I want. Just like you're butting your nose. Should I also ask you if you have a relation with the OP or with TBZ or what? Because it seems to me you're really intent in defending them... Why are you butting your nose in anyways?
1140  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: paysafecardbitcoin Makes Shady 3rd Party Trades on: March 15, 2013, 04:09:39 AM
So, do you always let other persons stick their noses in your business without you asking them to?
Because you're the one who might end out losing when that happens, not them.
Think about that...

BTW, do you even realise that what you said above invalidates your excuse on the post you were replying to?
Talk about being stupid and sticking foot in mouth...

Oh really, RandomQ posted a "scream scam" exactly, word-for-word, what I would have posted, had I been the OP? Sorry to disappoint your apparent belief in magic, or that RandomQ and I share a brain, and communicate everything exactly alike.

It took a lot of red flags to get me to the point of screaming what you quoted, which was not "screaming scam".

In fact, I never said flat out that paysafecardbitcoin scammed anyone, nor would I have. I was planning to relate what I was told by people, and the fact that the totality of the circumstances made me suspicious.

The closest I got was to "screaming scam" was saying "scammy clusterfuck" - this is no doubt a clusterfuck, with scammy indicators, otherwise nobody would have been able to spot the pattern of a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man-in-the-middle_attack

Go back to: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153176.msg1626556#msg1626556

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