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June 14, 2015, 01:51:01 PM
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My impulse reactions for updating caused this but I also noticed that the wallet has an auto-update feature built in... So technically if I just opened my Sia wallet it would of updated the wallet for me and I wouldn't of had to try and manually update the wallet, also might I say the wallet.dat is traditionally stored in your roaming folder but in Sia's case it is located wherever you install and run the program folder from.

This is not the norm so I overlooked it.

We're sorry about this, you're not the only one who has had problems with this setup. We are going to be changing it in the next major release so that the primarly wallet.dat is in your home folder, and the backup is in the executable directory.
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June 14, 2015, 01:54:16 PM
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Hey guys

 question here for mac wallets. On my main computer I am running siad from the CL and I can clearly see my wallets and all the dats and backups, but where does the Sia electron wallet store the backups?
 I want to run an instance on my laptop and would be nice to not mess with command line.

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June 14, 2015, 02:17:38 PM
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Hi,

No CPU miner available ?

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June 14, 2015, 02:18:49 PM
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My impulse reactions for updating caused this but I also noticed that the wallet has an auto-update feature built in... So technically if I just opened my Sia wallet it would of updated the wallet for me and I wouldn't of had to try and manually update the wallet, also might I say the wallet.dat is traditionally stored in your roaming folder but in Sia's case it is located wherever you install and run the program folder from.

This is not the norm so I overlooked it.

We're sorry about this, you're not the only one who has had problems with this setup. We are going to be changing it in the next major release so that the primarly wallet.dat is in your home folder, and the backup is in the executable directory.

If the backup is automatic, it should be near the primary wallet i.e. same directory (if run manually, the folder can be changed by the user).
That's because one would expect it to be there, and he might not put enough attention to it, and leave unattended.
And because the executable directory is not, in general, writable by the user!

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June 14, 2015, 02:51:29 PM
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My impulse reactions for updating caused this but I also noticed that the wallet has an auto-update feature built in... So technically if I just opened my Sia wallet it would of updated the wallet for me and I wouldn't of had to try and manually update the wallet, also might I say the wallet.dat is traditionally stored in your roaming folder but in Sia's case it is located wherever you install and run the program folder from.

This is not the norm so I overlooked it.

We're sorry about this, you're not the only one who has had problems with this setup. We are going to be changing it in the next major release so that the primarly wallet.dat is in your home folder, and the backup is in the executable directory.
A bit confused. So with new release will we still DL the wallet and create a new folder/directory, separate from any old ones containing the exe and the actual wallet containing coins.

Then back up the wallet from old directory and drop it in and replace the new wallet in the new directory, as we have been? or is the new wallet going to be stored now in the roaming folder (windows) or updated in a fashion like other traditional wallet are. See a few have been wiping out their coins inadvertently.

And will the wallet still be portable as it is now?

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June 14, 2015, 03:00:40 PM
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if you kept deleting the wallet.dat file everytime - then you need to accept that whatever the coins you had in the original wallet you were mining to is now gone ...

NEVER delete wallet.dat files unless you have NOTHING in them - or you have a backup - or both ...

sorry to hear that though ...

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How about my case? I Sent some coins from 0.3.3 wallet to 0.3.3.1. Now I have no coins in both wallets.  Cheesy

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June 14, 2015, 03:04:21 PM
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if you kept deleting the wallet.dat file everytime - then you need to accept that whatever the coins you had in the original wallet you were mining to is now gone ...

NEVER delete wallet.dat files unless you have NOTHING in them - or you have a backup - or both ...

sorry to hear that though ...

#crysx

How about my case? I Sent some coins from 0.3.3 wallet to 0.3.3.1. Now I have no coins in both wallets.  Cheesy

now that is weird ...

any idea taek? ...

that is way beyond anything i have seen before ...

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June 14, 2015, 03:35:20 PM
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selling 25m sia for 5 btc
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June 14, 2015, 03:43:51 PM
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if you kept deleting the wallet.dat file everytime - then you need to accept that whatever the coins you had in the original wallet you were mining to is now gone ...

NEVER delete wallet.dat files unless you have NOTHING in them - or you have a backup - or both ...

sorry to hear that though ...

#crysx

How about my case? I Sent some coins from 0.3.3 wallet to 0.3.3.1. Now I have no coins in both wallets.  Cheesy

now that is weird ...

any idea taek? ...

that is way beyond anything i have seen before ...

#crysx

That's not weird. The wallets are using the same addresses, they are reporting the same coins twice. If you send it from one wallet, it should disappear from the other as well. The other thing that might be happening is that the coins are just 0-conf in one wallet but not the other, and once the transaction makes it into a block the wallets will sort out correctly.


My impulse reactions for updating caused this but I also noticed that the wallet has an auto-update feature built in... So technically if I just opened my Sia wallet it would of updated the wallet for me and I wouldn't of had to try and manually update the wallet, also might I say the wallet.dat is traditionally stored in your roaming folder but in Sia's case it is located wherever you install and run the program folder from.

This is not the norm so I overlooked it.

We're sorry about this, you're not the only one who has had problems with this setup. We are going to be changing it in the next major release so that the primarly wallet.dat is in your home folder, and the backup is in the executable directory.

If the backup is automatic, it should be near the primary wallet i.e. same directory (if run manually, the folder can be changed by the user).
That's because one would expect it to be there, and he might not put enough attention to it, and leave unattended.
And because the executable directory is not, in general, writable by the user!

Ah jeez this is confusing. We want the primary wallet to go in a stable folder (like home/.config/Sia) because we don't want people to lose their wallets if they delete the application. We were going to have the backup be mobile, but Mac does things a lot differently so now I'm not sure.

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June 14, 2015, 03:45:59 PM
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Hi,

No CPU miner available ?

I won't do it.
Unless you are extremely lucky, you're not going to mine a single block for days, with the current difficultly levels.

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June 14, 2015, 03:46:31 PM
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Here is the link to the explorer: http://explore.siacoin.com/

We are over 4500 blocks so difficulty retargeted x2 I think.
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June 14, 2015, 03:50:20 PM
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Someone have compiled the last gpuminer for windows ?

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June 14, 2015, 04:05:49 PM
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Here is the link to the explorer: http://explore.siacoin.com/

We are over 4500 blocks so difficulty retargeted x2 I think.

think so too
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June 14, 2015, 04:51:28 PM
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any one having any luck with mac wallet?
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June 14, 2015, 05:37:10 PM
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any one having any luck with mac wallet?

luck in which way?

copy paste is a known bug. announce is still crippled.

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June 14, 2015, 05:39:17 PM
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if you kept deleting the wallet.dat file everytime - then you need to accept that whatever the coins you had in the original wallet you were mining to is now gone ...

NEVER delete wallet.dat files unless you have NOTHING in them - or you have a backup - or both ...

sorry to hear that though ...

#crysx

How about my case? I Sent some coins from 0.3.3 wallet to 0.3.3.1. Now I have no coins in both wallets.  Cheesy

rabinovitch, are you running OSX ?

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June 14, 2015, 07:36:58 PM
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No, I'm on pure Win7 x64.

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June 14, 2015, 09:14:56 PM
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any one having issues with OSX wallet not opening up?
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June 14, 2015, 10:50:05 PM
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Hi,

No CPU miner available ?

I won't do it.
Unless you are extremely lucky, you're not going to mine a single block for days, with the current difficultly levels.

If you are getting 300GH/s, you should be mining ~1 block per week. If you are mining with a CPU, you should be getting ~1 block per year. It's not worth mining on a cpu.
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June 14, 2015, 11:54:26 PM
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Hi,

No CPU miner available ?

I won't do it.
Unless you are extremely lucky, you're not going to mine a single block for days, with the current difficultly levels.

If you are getting 300GH/s, you should be mining ~1 block per week. If you are mining with a CPU, you should be getting ~1 block per year. It's not worth mining on a cpu.

is there a pool?
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