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June 02, 2011, 03:50:21 AM
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Bitcoin 0.3.21 with Ubuntu 10.10
When I close it from terminal I get:

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UNKNOWN EXCEPTION       
bitcoin in CMyApp::OnUnhandledException()       

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ERROR:poa.c:1028:ORBit_POA_activate_object_T: assertion failed: ((poa->life_flags & ORBit_LifeF_DeactivateDo) == 0)
Aborted

It doesn't really seem to have any effect with what I'm doing but thought I'd mention it just in case...

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June 26, 2011, 10:58:25 PM
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I'm getting a similar error message when I exit my bitcoin client:

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UNKNOWN EXCEPTION      
bitcoin in CMyApp::OnUnhandledException()

I don't receive the rest of your error message, and nothing seems to have stopped working. Is it safe to ignore this message? I'm running the Bitcoin 0.3.23-beta client on a Ubuntu 11.04 with Gnome 3 (Unity doesn't work well with Virtualbox right now) Virtualbox guest on a Ubuntu 11.04 host.
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June 26, 2011, 11:15:01 PM
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I have noticed similar errors before.

It could have been caused by shutting down the machine wile it was still updating the blockchain or updating any number of other files I believe.

You could try removing all of your blkindex.dat files and re-downloading the block chain. Couldn't hurt.
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June 26, 2011, 11:19:20 PM
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I have noticed similar errors before.

It could have been caused by shutting down the machine wile it was still updating the blockchain or updating any number of other files I believe.

You could try removing all of your blkindex.dat files and re-downloading the block chain. Couldn't hurt.

Yes, I had to shutdown (somewhat) disgracefully yesterday because I assigned too little ram for my virtualbox guest and it halted. On another bitcoin client that I'm not running on this virtualbox client, I'm not getting this error message, so I presume you're right. Thanks!
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June 27, 2011, 12:07:24 AM
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I have noticed similar errors before.

It could have been caused by shutting down the machine wile it was still updating the blockchain or updating any number of other files I believe.

You could try removing all of your blkindex.dat files and re-downloading the block chain. Couldn't hurt.

Yes, I had to shutdown (somewhat) disgracefully yesterday because I assigned too little ram for my virtualbox guest and it halted. On another bitcoin client that I'm not running on this virtualbox client, I'm not getting this error message, so I presume you're right. Thanks!

Yes the dreaded hard-shut-down seems to wreak havoc on Bitcoin for whichever reason I am not sure.

Good luck!
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