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Author Topic: Slimcoin | First Proof of Burn currency | Decentralized Web  (Read 117605 times)
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October 18, 2017, 09:29:54 AM
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Hello wDUO,

Have you tried the set available from the link on the original post on this thread?

Here is the link https://justpaste.it/1bcq1

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October 18, 2017, 09:47:52 AM
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Yes... I have that in my slimcoin.conf but not connecting to anything... I did for a bit have 2 nodes but now none... there has to be a few more than two active...  what do you have for getpeerinfo ?
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October 18, 2017, 09:54:55 AM
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This:

Code:
[
{
"addr" : "37.187.100.75:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508320014,
"lastrecv" : 1508320015,
"conntime" : 1508318502,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.3/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1135271,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "144.76.64.49:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508319408,
"lastrecv" : 1508320356,
"conntime" : 1508318503,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.4/SLIMCoin:0.5.0(SLMv0.5.0-3-g43621dd-dirty-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1135271,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "5.9.39.9:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508320377,
"lastrecv" : 1508320385,
"conntime" : 1508318531,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.3/SLIMCoin:0.4.1(SLMv0.4.1-alpha-62-g97dfe67-dirty-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1135271,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "185.68.67.37:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508320376,
"lastrecv" : 1508320378,
"conntime" : 1508318532,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.4/SLIMCoin:0.5.0(SLMv0.5.0-15-g2668a530-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1135271,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "88.0.89.0:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508320086,
"lastrecv" : 1508320357,
"conntime" : 1508318549,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.4/SLIMCoin:0.5.0(SLMv0.5.0-23-g49b72b8-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1135271,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "85.10.208.71:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508318597,
"lastrecv" : 1508319292,
"conntime" : 1508318596,
"version" : 60004,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.3/SLIMCoin:0.4.0(SLMv0.4.1-alpha-8-g79cecee-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 1127614,
"banscore" : 0
},
{
"addr" : "204.236.246.48:41682",
"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508320385,
"lastrecv" : 1508320386,
"conntime" : 1508319888,
"version" : 60003,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:0.6.4/SLIMCoin:0.5.0(SLMv0.5.0-36-gee58cfb-alpha)/",
"inbound" : false,
"releasetime" : 0,
"height" : 315045,
"banscore" : 0
}
]

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October 18, 2017, 09:59:22 AM
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Okay! That works! Thank you!
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October 18, 2017, 10:04:22 AM
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Glad to be of assistance to you in connecting!
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October 18, 2017, 01:45:27 PM
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I need some nodes....  help?

May it help:

addnode=101.176.118.103:25128
addnode=104.220.53.130:25128
addnode=109.11.168.174:25128
addnode=113.106.95.46:41682
addnode=118.126.8.18:41682
addnode=124.237.121.111:41682
addnode=134.255.216.245:3133
addnode=134.255.218.110:3133
addnode=134.255.220.128:3133
addnode=134.255.234.9:25128
addnode=144.76.64.49:41682
addnode=156.34.12.254:25128
addnode=161.53.40.94:41682
addnode=163.158.18.61:25128
addnode=163.172.122.122:3133
addnode=174.97.212.25:25128
addnode=182.74.64.221:41682
addnode=185.165.168.137:25128
addnode=185.68.67.37:41682
addnode=185.78.191.159:25128
addnode=198.2.196.177:25128
addnode=204.236.246.48:41682
addnode=213.22.209.46:41682
addnode=217.41.8.34:25128
addnode=23.248.72.180:3133
addnode=37.187.100.75:41682
addnode=45.32.5.145:25128
addnode=45.76.7.44:25128
addnode=46.172.148.58:3133
addnode=46.4.84.83:41682
addnode=5.9.20.80:41682
addnode=5.9.39.9:41682
addnode=61.77.6.129:41682
addnode=62.210.247.39:3133
addnode=64.184.111.132:25128
addnode=68.131.33.61:25128
addnode=69.156.127.151:25128
addnode=69.158.155.203:25128
addnode=69.206.138.108:3133
addnode=71.87.135.158:3133
addnode=73.66.139.249:3133
addnode=73.89.244.40:25128
addnode=77.58.32.169:3133
addnode=80.194.189.110:25128
addnode=85.10.208.71:41682
addnode=88.11.174.20:41682
addnode=89.217.220.115:3133
addnode=93.73.107.79:3133
addnode=95.31.222.179:25128
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October 18, 2017, 09:07:59 PM
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I will now start work on compiling the daemon for arm

Arch Linux isn't the only route to cross-compiling arm binaries: https://askubuntu.com/questions/250696/cross-compile-for-arm#250721

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warning: #warning _FORTIFY_SOURCE requires compiling with optimization (-O) [-Wcpp]

Search results are instructive. Optimisation is architecture-specific, so you'll need to use the appropriate flags.

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October 18, 2017, 11:37:22 PM
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Does this mean that you will provide AUR packages for Arch Linux or will I still need to do so?
I'm just getting to grips with the model, made some progress, it seems straightforward enough. I'll report back on further progress.

I've adapted the Peercoin resources for use with Slimcoin. makepkg completes successfully for both qt and daemon. It's ready to be finished off and submitted to AUR when there's a contemporary tarball on github (its configured to use a slimcoin tarball on minkiz.co atm).

https://github.com/slimcoin-project/slimcoin-aur

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October 19, 2017, 05:29:13 AM
Last edit: October 19, 2017, 05:41:05 AM by eddycurrent
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Thanks for the update

To answer this comment:
Arch Linux isn't the only route to cross-compiling arm binaries: https://askubuntu.com/questions/250696/cross-compile-for-arm#250721
The reason for wanting to use Arch Linux is that it is the most recent OS (ie. more recent than ubuntu 15.04) that will run on an orange pi, and I am using an orange pi for compilation because then I have qt and other librarys avaliable for arm.

Search results are instructive. Optimisation is architecture-specific, so you'll need to use the appropriate flags.

Thanks for the help, but I just tried compiling with -march=native and it is still having segmentation faults.

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October 19, 2017, 11:30:54 AM
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I am using an orange pi for compilation because then I have qt and other librarys avaliable for arm.

Thanks for the help, but I just tried compiling with -march=native and it is still having segmentation faults.

Ah, right. Again my unfamiliarity with the domain unfortunately limits my ability to make constructive suggestions. I don't know the “orange pi” variant, I've been weighing up the devices listed as suitable hosts for a Kali Linux ARM image: https://www.offensive-security.com/kali-linux-arm-images and have been browsing the range of device solutions offered by https://pimoroni.com. My interest is in narrowing down the range of options to 2/3 devices suitable for hosting an implementation of Slimcoin ACME to act as a content publishing/curation resource. Thanks for adding “orange pi” to the expanding range of choices. As soon as cex.io's compliance officer okays my documentary evidence (it's been 3 days now, maybe GCHQ is being difficult), I'll be in a position to place orders. Gotta say the USBArmory looks very attractive but that's just pure techno-lust and has nothing to do with the ACME solution I'm seeking. But I will order one of Ron Garret's deeply cool USB cryptosticks: https://sc4.us/hsm/ (Ron is curator of the “crypto-practicum” cryptographers mailing liist <crypto-practicum@lists.sonic.net>, well worth lurking on, IMO)

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October 19, 2017, 04:05:12 PM
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Can I load the block history completely? Is there an analog of the "-blocksonly" mode? I mean "pruning".
I want to try a coin, but it's not possible for me to download the whole blockchain from 2014 Sad
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October 19, 2017, 04:22:32 PM
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Can I load the block history completely? Is there an analog of the "-blocksonly" mode? I mean "pruning".
I want to try a coin, but it's not possible for me to download the whole blockchain from 2014 Sad

Unfortunately not. That feature was introduced to Bitcoin long after Slimcoin was cloned from Peercoin.

If it's lack of space that's a constraint, there's no remedy. Otherwise, there is a “snapshot” of the datadir which will bring the coin up to 00:15 this am: https://minkiz.co/noodlings/slm/slm-datadir-snapshot.zip, just unzip it in datadir, see if it works for you.

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Can I load the block history completely? Is there an analog of the "-blocksonly" mode? I mean "pruning".
I want to try a coin, but it's not possible for me to download the whole blockchain from 2014 Sad

Unfortunately not. That feature was introduced to Bitcoin long after Slimcoin was cloned from Peercoin.

If it's lack of space that's a constraint, there's no remedy. Otherwise, there is a “snapshot” of the datadir which will bring the coin up to 00:15 this am: https://minkiz.co/noodlings/slm/slm-datadir-snapshot.zip, just unzip it in datadir, see if it works for you.

Cheers

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Thank you for a quick response!
Snapshot is what I need Smiley I read above that to start solo mining without a powerful CPU, I need to burn certain coins. The site had a calculator, but now it's not there. How many coins should I burn?
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October 21, 2017, 09:22:37 AM
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Hello gjhiggins,

Just a quick update. I have been evaluating a few ways of compiling for arm devices, and it looks like one of the best ways may well be to cross compile Slimcoin's dependencies and use those to cross-compile the client itself. Any thoughts?

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October 21, 2017, 09:51:02 AM
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Just a quick update. I have been evaluating a few ways of compiling for arm devices, and it looks like one of the best ways may well be to cross compile Slimcoin's dependencies and use those to cross-compile the client itself. Any thoughts?

Sorry, I can't help with the details yet, I am waiting for the cex.io compliance officer to get round to verifying my document submission, so I don't actually have an ARM device to play with yet.

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October 24, 2017, 05:30:20 AM
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Anyone able to mine from the QT wallet?
Trying to get my first SLM.
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October 24, 2017, 06:45:45 AM
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Hello wDUO,

Anyone able to mine from the QT wallet?

Try this external miner I believe it is many times faster:

https://github.com/JonnyLatte/slimminer

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October 24, 2017, 08:19:14 AM
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Sorry for inactivity this past month, I was almost completetly not thinking about crypto, so I must catch up, and do what I said, month ago.
Will try in these 2 weeks. Update Slimcoin Client AIO for Windows, and create video about mining, update info on fb and twitter, should do this in 2 weeks max.
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October 24, 2017, 03:36:19 PM
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The POW isn't regular scrypt. right? Must I compile the windows32 files?
I am still running the wallet generator with no luck so far...

The PoolerCPU program seems to work but never hits anything in default...
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October 24, 2017, 10:03:26 PM
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The POW isn't regular scrypt. right?

Yes right, the algorithm is dcrypt rather than scrypt. I get something like 15-20 time the hashrate from the external miner from the link above compared to the wallet miner, so if you can, I would definitely recommend compiling and using that as you will have a far better chance of finding blocks.

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