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August 04, 2015, 03:03:14 PM
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Hey dev, where did you go?  I wasn't trying to mock the coin or anything.  Yeah, launch didn't go so well but you warned us it was your first coin.  Hell, even if STRP never hits an exchange, you might as well finish what you started.  Consider this coin a practice run.  Next one will be better.

Even if you are no professional, the alt scene needs more guys with even basic coding and programming skills because you have the ability to actually contribute.  Guys like me who just blah blah blah and contribute nothing but words are a dime a dozen.

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August 04, 2015, 04:04:46 PM
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Hey dev, where did you go?  I wasn't trying to mock the coin or anything.  Yeah, launch didn't go so well but you warned us it was your first coin.  Hell, even if STRP never hits an exchange, you might as well finish what you started.  Consider this coin a practice run.  Next one will be better.

Even if you are no professional, the alt scene needs more guys with even basic coding and programming skills because you have the ability to actually contribute.  Guys like me who just blah blah blah and contribute nothing but words are a dime a dozen.

I am still here, I am just having problems and it is embarrassing. I had no idea compiling a wallet on windows was such a nightmare. I stayed home from work today to try to get this worked out, but still there are problems.

First I was attempting it on a Windows 8.1 VM on my netbbok. I could not even get all the dependencies installed there without errors. Last night I borrowed a Windows 10 laptop, and was able to get all dependencies compiled(I fell asleep while QT was compiling cause it took over an hour).

Fresh this morning I called into work and made an excuse. Jumped into the laptop and started fresh. Halfway through compilation I get a net.cpp error. I googled my issues, and tried 10+ fixes. None of them worked. I erased all libs and dependencies and started over. Got to the same compilation problem.

http://i.imgur.com/Za08QCj.png

It looked like a upnp issue so I tried to qmake without upnp(USE_UPNP=-)
No luck.


I decided that maybe it is a windows 10 issue so I am currently installing a VM version of Windows 7. This is basically my last hope.

I do not want to get someone else to compilate it because if I did, I can't vouch for it cause I have no idea if it is legit or not.


Maybe I am not cut out for this shit. I have compiled many sources before, but always on Ubuntu.
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August 04, 2015, 04:14:55 PM
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Hey dev, where did you go?  I wasn't trying to mock the coin or anything.  Yeah, launch didn't go so well but you warned us it was your first coin.  Hell, even if STRP never hits an exchange, you might as well finish what you started.  Consider this coin a practice run.  Next one will be better.

Even if you are no professional, the alt scene needs more guys with even basic coding and programming skills because you have the ability to actually contribute.  Guys like me who just blah blah blah and contribute nothing but words are a dime a dozen.

I am still here, I am just having problems and it is embarrassing. I had no idea compiling a wallet on windows was such a nightmare. I stayed home from work today to try to get this worked out, but still there are problems.

First I was attempting it on a Windows 8.1 VM on my netbbok. I could not even get all the dependencies installed there without errors. Last night I borrowed a Windows 10 laptop, and was able to get all dependencies compiled(I fell asleep while QT was compiling cause it took over an hour).

Fresh this morning I called into work and made an excuse. Jumped into the laptop and started fresh. Halfway through compilation I get a net.cpp error. I googled my issues, and tried 10+ fixes. None of them worked. I erased all libs and dependencies and started over. Got to the same compilation problem.


It looked like a upnp issue so I tried to qmake without upnp(USE_UPNP=-)
No luck.


I decided that maybe it is a windows 10 issue so I am currently installing a VM version of Windows 7. This is basically my last hope.

I do not want to get someone else to compilate it because if I did, I can't vouch for it cause I have no idea if it is legit or not.


Maybe I am not cut out for this shit. I have compiled many sources before, but always on Ubuntu.

your mistake:
ifneq (${USE_UPNP}, -)
 LIBS += -l miniupnpc -l iphlpapi
 DEFS += -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_UPNP=$(USE_UPNP)
endif

ok, solution:
endif
ifneq (${USE_UPNP}, -)
 LIBS += -l miniupnpc -l iphlpapi
 DEFS += -DMINIUPNP_STATICLIB -DUSE_UPNP=$(USE_UPNP)
endif

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August 04, 2015, 05:13:52 PM
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Hey dev, where did you go?  I wasn't trying to mock the coin or anything.  Yeah, launch didn't go so well but you warned us it was your first coin.  Hell, even if STRP never hits an exchange, you might as well finish what you started.  Consider this coin a practice run.  Next one will be better.

Even if you are no professional, the alt scene needs more guys with even basic coding and programming skills because you have the ability to actually contribute.  Guys like me who just blah blah blah and contribute nothing but words are a dime a dozen.

I am still here, I am just having problems and it is embarrassing. I had no idea compiling a wallet on windows was such a nightmare. I stayed home from work today to try to get this worked out, but still there are problems.

First I was attempting it on a Windows 8.1 VM on my netbbok. I could not even get all the dependencies installed there without errors. Last night I borrowed a Windows 10 laptop, and was able to get all dependencies compiled(I fell asleep while QT was compiling cause it took over an hour).

Fresh this morning I called into work and made an excuse. Jumped into the laptop and started fresh. Halfway through compilation I get a net.cpp error. I googled my issues, and tried 10+ fixes. None of them worked. I erased all libs and dependencies and started over. Got to the same compilation problem.


It looked like a upnp issue so I tried to qmake without upnp(USE_UPNP=-)
No luck.


I decided that maybe it is a windows 10 issue so I am currently installing a VM version of Windows 7. This is basically my last hope.

I do not want to get someone else to compilate it because if I did, I can't vouch for it cause I have no idea if it is legit or not.


Maybe I am not cut out for this shit. I have compiled many sources before, but always on Ubuntu.

your mistake:
ifneq (${USE_UPNP}, -)
 LIBS += -l miniupnpc -l iphlpapi
 DEFS += -DSTATICLIB -DUSE_UPNP=$(USE_UPNP)
endif

ok, solution:
endif
ifneq (${USE_UPNP}, -)
 LIBS += -l miniupnpc -l iphlpapi
 DEFS += -DMINIUPNP_STATICLIB -DUSE_UPNP=$(USE_UPNP)
endif

You are a genius and a life-saver. That fixed it.

http://i.imgur.com/yWEAD8s.png

I am about to upload it now to releases on github. Would you like some STRP from the bounty fund? I can send you a couple thousand of them?
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August 04, 2015, 05:15:08 PM
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You are the only dev here right ?! What skills do you have and what was your plan(s) for your coin ?! At least, you admit your error/problem so its a good start!









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August 04, 2015, 05:42:57 PM
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Ok the Windows wallet has been uploaded to github, and main post is updated with it. It may be too little too late, but I tried my best.


You are the only dev here right ?! What skills do you have and what was your plan(s) for your coin ?! At least, you admit your error/problem so its a good start!


Yes I am the only developer. I had someone that started out with me, but they abandoned ship after a few hours.
I am not opposed to having another or more than one join to help. But, the problem is that this is a 0 profit venture. It is hard to get people to want to help if you do not offer them money.


The plan with the coin is to do a hardfork a little but after block 5000. The fork will implement POS and a few other things I would like to keep quiet about in case they do not work out the way I wanted them to. I also was planning to use a proof-of-chain concept to reward all the early miners with a sidechain coin, but this was going to be handled by my friend who seems to be no longer on board.

I am a first year CS student at our state University. My main skills learned so far are with PHP, HTML, CSS, and javascript, but I am learning new stuff everyday. I am a bartender part-time at a local BBQ shack to supplement my student loan income(this obv has nothing to do with the coin, but it may help explain my allocated time-frames).
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August 04, 2015, 05:48:36 PM
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Ok the Windows wallet has been uploaded to github, and main post is updated with it. It may be too little too late, but I tried my best.


You are the only dev here right ?! What skills do you have and what was your plan(s) for your coin ?! At least, you admit your error/problem so its a good start!


Yes I am the only developer. I had someone that started out with me, but they abandoned ship after a few hours.
I am not opposed to having another or more than one join to help. But, the problem is that this is a 0 profit venture. It is hard to get people to want to help if you do not offer them money.


The plan with the coin is to do a hardfork a little but after block 5000. The fork will implement POS and a few other things I would like to keep quiet about in case they do not work out the way I wanted them to. I also was planning to use a proof-of-chain concept to reward all the early miners with a sidechain coin, but this was going to be handled by my friend who seems to be no longer on board.

I am a first year CS student at our state University. My main skills learned so far are with PHP, HTML, CSS, and javascript, but I am learning new stuff everyday. I am a bartender part-time at a local BBQ shack to supplement my student loan income(this obv has nothing to do with the coin, but it may help explain my allocated time-frames).

I seriously like your transparent style, it can really help you with your project. I also think youll need a partner that will be able to help you!! Sorry, im not the good one because im not a good coder.. I can help with marketing, thats all. For the revenu, you can add a donation adress where you and partners can get a little revenu and the better the coin succeed, the bigger is the revenu !! Do you have contact in cryptos ? Whats your day-to-day BCT username?









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August 04, 2015, 05:50:52 PM
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August 04, 2015, 06:31:11 PM
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You are the only dev here right ?! What skills do you have and what was your plan(s) for your coin ?! At least, you admit your error/problem so its a good start!

i see here a fair try to create something not to be called a scam.
so count me in, i will help when ever i can.

+1 keep on keepin' on

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August 04, 2015, 06:58:25 PM
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windows wallet not working...
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August 04, 2015, 07:08:43 PM
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windows wallet not working...

Same here .... but not important the coin is really newbie

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August 04, 2015, 07:34:34 PM
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I am a first year CS student at our state University. My main skills learned so far are with PHP, HTML, CSS, and javascript, but I am learning new stuff everyday. I am a bartender part-time at a local BBQ shack to supplement my student loan income(this obv has nothing to do with the coin, but it may help explain my allocated time-frames).

I respect you and your work. You are a honest person and it is very rare in cryptocurrency world.

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August 04, 2015, 07:36:41 PM
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windows wallet not working...


Give me a few minutes. I see where I forgot to make a lib static. Recompiling now...as long as no issues it should be ready in moments.
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August 04, 2015, 07:38:01 PM
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--large-address-aware...........................

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August 04, 2015, 08:43:37 PM
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--large-address-aware...........................

Thanks, yeah that is where I had forgot to add -static. I am pretty sure it is compiling correct now as I was able to get the stripecoind compiled correct.


I also found 2 other problems that may or may not been causing an issue. obj/net.o was corrupted it seems so i redid it, and it was linking an incorrect version of boost on one line.

It hope it is compiling correct now =/


On a side note, the guy I had hired to make me a faucet still has not responded back. He may be having issues. I did not pay him barely any BTC so I doubt he is a scammer for such a small amount. Maybe he is just having some issues. If he does not come through in the next hours, and I have the Windows wallet posted, I will just make a faucet myself.
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August 04, 2015, 08:57:26 PM
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Ok, the working version of static Windows QT is posted. Sorry for the mistakes. I tested this download on my VM and it works, and original build works on my borrowed laptop. So it should work for all of you.


Windows Wallet Download Page



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August 04, 2015, 08:58:35 PM
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I dont want to offend you, but i still think you need a better logo and presentation ann. After that, hitting an exchange could be nice









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August 04, 2015, 09:44:13 PM
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Ok, the working version of static Windows QT is posted. Sorry for the mistakes. I tested this download on my VM and it works, and original build works on my borrowed laptop. So it should work for all of you.
Windows Wallet Download Page


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August 04, 2015, 11:53:14 PM
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August 05, 2015, 12:05:39 AM
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I got to say Dev, I love the honesty you have shown.  This business could use many more like you.  Just keep asking questions and learning, and worst case scenario is you get a positive experience out of this.  I wish you the best on your journey  Smiley
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