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May 08, 2021, 12:04:43 PM
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Can't reproduce your error, on my computer it works fine. I guess your text file where the dump was saved has an error, there seems to be a comma missing. Maybe you saved it manually from the terminal output?

Try to dump again with pywallet:

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python2 pywallet.py --datadir=`pwd`/datadir --dumpwallet > walletdump.json

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python3 cryptoidlookup.py walletdump.json

PS: The command can take some time, there is an intentional 15 sec pause between addresses to avoid the server rejects your requests. So simply leave it alone for a while.


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May 08, 2021, 12:38:52 PM
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Can't reproduce your error, on my computer it works fine. I guess your text file where the dump was saved has an error, there seems to be a comma missing. Maybe you saved it manually from the terminal output?
Try to dump again with pywallet:
Code:
python2 pywallet.py --datadir=`pwd`/datadir --dumpwallet > walletdump.json
Code:
python3 cryptoidlookup.py walletdump.json
PS: The command can take some time, there is an intentional 15 sec pause between addresses to avoid the server rejects your requests. So simply leave it alone for a while.

thanks, i started it and prepare to wait for long time
another question - when importing privkeys should i restart wallet after each with --rescan or not necessary ?
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May 08, 2021, 03:44:40 PM
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thanks, i started it and prepare to wait for long time
another question - when importing privkeys should i restart wallet after each with --rescan or not necessary ?
Normally only one rescan should be necessary after you imported all keys. Even if something went wrong: as long as you still have your old wallet file and the dump with the privkeys everything can be recovered.

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May 11, 2021, 08:18:26 PM
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Can't reproduce your error, on my computer it works fine. I guess your text file where the dump was saved has an error, there seems to be a comma missing. Maybe you saved it manually from the terminal output?
Try to dump again with pywallet:
Code:
python2 pywallet.py --datadir=`pwd`/datadir --dumpwallet > walletdump.json
Code:
python3 cryptoidlookup.py walletdump.json
PS: The command can take some time, there is an intentional 15 sec pause between addresses to avoid the server rejects your requests. So simply leave it alone for a while.

thanks, i started it and prepare to wait for long time
another question - when importing privkeys should i restart wallet after each with --rescan or not necessary ?

@casper how the things are going on your side? Were you able to solve?

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May 12, 2021, 12:40:15 PM
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@casper how the things are going on your side? Were you able to solve?

miracle things
i extracted 40 addresses by the tool from d5000
when importing privkeys i at last got my real burned amount after 4 of my and after 10 of addresses extracted by tool
but balance is lesser
i put old wallet.dat which shows real balance and send all to another new one
all is very freezy but interesting
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May 13, 2021, 05:15:12 AM
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@casper how the things are going on your side? Were you able to solve?

miracle things
i extracted 40 addresses by the tool from d5000
when importing privkeys i at last got my real burned amount after 4 of my and after 10 of addresses extracted by tool
but balance is lesser
i put old wallet.dat which shows real balance and send all to another new one
all is very freezy but interesting

My previous "Great!" comment, that was here, was moderated (deleted by some external moderator (since this topic is not moderated by itself)).

Probably from the moderator's point of view one shouldn't be expressing joy, for instance, that something positive happens.



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May 13, 2021, 06:07:13 AM
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there is no positive here
i would say neutral
because wallet freezing still present despite the fact that size of wallet decreased to 2 MB
so i complete my experiments and accept everything as it is
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May 13, 2021, 07:27:40 AM
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there is no positive here
i would say neutral
because wallet freezing still present despite the fact that size of wallet decreased to 2 MB
so i complete my experiments and accept everything as it is

2 MB is not that much, I have a wallet that is 72MB with another crypto I'm involved in and it slightly freezes, but another wallet of 13MB I have with them doesn't freeze at all.


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May 13, 2021, 08:47:15 AM
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there is no positive here
i would say neutral
because wallet freezing still present despite the fact that size of wallet decreased to 2 MB
so i complete my experiments and accept everything as it is
2 MB is not that much, I have a wallet that is 72MB with another crypto I'm involved in and it slightly freezes, but another wallet of 13MB I have with them doesn't freeze at all, so maybe we should go on working on this issue for your complete satisfaction, if you can dedicate your time to it.

i never said that wallet freezing depends directly of wallet size
apparently there are some other reasons
nothing else can be done and i don't think it is necessary now
thanks for you and for all and my congratulations for 11 sat price  Wink
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May 17, 2021, 04:43:41 PM
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Sorry for such long time being away.
I was too much hard worked up with other projects and education (still I am... but finishing it off).
I see that you have salvaged site and placed on different domain.
Good, I forgot to do it completely.
I have changed data a bit on coinpaprika to have new data about domain and discord server: https://coinpaprika.com/coin/slm-slimcoin/ - it has all up-to-date now.
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May 17, 2021, 05:35:29 PM
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Sorry for such long time being away.
I was too much hard worked up with other projects and education (still I am... but finishing it off).
I see that you have salvaged site and placed on different domain.
Good, I forgot to do it completely.
I have changed data a bit on coinpaprika to have new data about domain and discord server: https://coinpaprika.com/coin/slm-slimcoin/ - it has all up-to-date now.

Great!

Would be useful to create a redirect from slimco.in to slimcoin.info.

I've created a list of sites where we'd need to update our info (https://github.com/slimcoin-project/slm-assets/blob/master/links%20list.txt)

Would you have time/wish to work on it?

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May 17, 2021, 05:44:57 PM
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Will look later into it, cuz I'm after work.

I'm trying to synchronize my wallet, even tho I had several upgrades and even NVMe drive now - it's still working like it used to work xD
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May 17, 2021, 06:51:18 PM
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Will look later into it, cuz I'm after work.

I'm trying to synchronize my wallet, even tho I had several upgrades and even NVMe drive now - it's still working like it used to work xD

If you need any help with it don't be shy :-)

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May 17, 2021, 07:28:33 PM
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Well as I was here from 2017, I know a lot of quirks of SLM from way back.
I will update Slimcoin AIO package for Windows. As I see my old package doesn't work anymore, probably due to new version of client.
Still those synchronization is pain in the ... Ah, if it would really get an update to anything newer than this 0.5 btc codebase, it could at least be somehow functioning without hiccups.
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May 17, 2021, 08:00:03 PM
Last edit: May 18, 2021, 08:09:30 AM by johnwhitestar
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Well as I was here from 2017, I know a lot of quirks of SLM from way back.
I will update Slimcoin AIO package for Windows. As I see my old package doesn't work anymore, probably due to new version of client.
Still those synchronization is pain in the ... Ah, if it would really get an update to anything newer than this 0.5 btc codebase, it could at least be somehow functioning without hiccups.

I think you'll need to compile v0.6 if not I should have a compiled version (I can send it to you if you need me to).

An upgrade is indeed needed, that's the key issue we have to solve.

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May 18, 2021, 09:59:06 AM
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Well as I was here from 2017, I know a lot of quirks of SLM from way back.
I will update Slimcoin AIO package for Windows. As I see my old package doesn't work anymore, probably due to new version of client.
Still those synchronization is pain in the ... Ah, if it would really get an update to anything newer than this 0.5 btc codebase, it could at least be somehow functioning without hiccups.

I think you'll need to compile v0.6 if not I should have a compiled version (I can send it to you if you need me to).

An upgrade is indeed needed, that's the key issue we have to solve.

I have 0.6 version from compiled by Graham.
Besides is there still problem with mining on 0.6 version? I had such problems when I tried it 2 years.
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May 18, 2021, 10:36:04 AM
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Well as I was here from 2017, I know a lot of quirks of SLM from way back.
I will update Slimcoin AIO package for Windows. As I see my old package doesn't work anymore, probably due to new version of client.
Still those synchronization is pain in the ... Ah, if it would really get an update to anything newer than this 0.5 btc codebase, it could at least be somehow functioning without hiccups.

I think you'll need to compile v0.6 if not I should have a compiled version (I can send it to you if you need me to).

An upgrade is indeed needed, that's the key issue we have to solve.

I have 0.6 version from compiled by Graham.
Besides is there still problem with mining on 0.6 version? I had such problems when I tried it 2 years.

I don't really know, since I'm not mining. If you can try it to see whether the mining works or not and report here if there is any issue we can try to find a fix.

We are also actively looking for the solution in order for us to have an upgrade.

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May 18, 2021, 11:18:15 AM
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It looks like it's working ok.

300 kh/s with Ryzen 3900 Cheesy almost doubled performance of my old Ryzen 1700...
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May 18, 2021, 12:39:03 PM
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It looks like it's working ok.

300 kh/s with Ryzen 3900 Cheesy almost doubled performance of my old Ryzen 1700...

That's great!

I've heard SLM is one of the most profitable coins to mine currently.

By the way, weren't it you who was thinking to set up a pool? Or I've got it wrong?

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May 18, 2021, 04:00:20 PM
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It looks like it's working ok.

300 kh/s with Ryzen 3900 Cheesy almost doubled performance of my old Ryzen 1700...

That's great!

I've heard SLM is one of the most profitable coins to mine currently.

By the way, weren't it you who was thinking to set up a pool? Or I've got it wrong?

I was trying to get pool with some guy, but I think he scammed some btc from community unfortunately, and didn't do anything (like it was working for a few days only, and was unstable).
Solo mining should easy enough for now.
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