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September 27, 2016, 10:41:38 PM
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still not fixed the wallet crashing when starting nodes. and i am doing the walletpassphrase command.

That issue was never mentioned as fixed. So I assume it can still happen.

But in saying that, I haven't had that hang issue for the last 100+ start-alias commands.
I just make sure I run start-alias at least 5 seconds after running the walletpassphrase.

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September 27, 2016, 11:23:30 PM
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still not fixed the wallet crashing when starting nodes. and i am doing the walletpassphrase command.

That issue was never mentioned as fixed. So I assume it can still happen.

But in saying that, I haven't had that hang issue for the last 100+ start-alias commands.
I just make sure I run start-alias at least 5 seconds after running the walletpassphrase.

I also find that patience is a virtue. Wait an half hour or more after starting your controller wallet before running start commands. It seems to really help a lot.

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September 28, 2016, 12:06:10 AM
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Linux users:

About how much ram is each wallet instance using for you?

IPv6 users:

Have you had any difficulties configuring / running master nodes ?


I am asking because I am considering buying some VPS and running some masternodes.

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September 28, 2016, 01:00:44 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

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September 28, 2016, 01:46:52 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

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September 28, 2016, 02:33:59 AM
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Linux users:
About how much ram is each wallet instance using for you?

On mine, approx. 200-220MB per masternode instance on average with v2.1.2.3.

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September 28, 2016, 02:59:47 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.

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September 28, 2016, 03:06:09 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.


tx for the "yell" at s3v3n
as well how do i run 2nd wallet on 1 computer (1 testnet - 1 real)

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September 28, 2016, 03:09:48 AM
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Add testnet=1 in your darknet.conf file, the change the addnodes.

you can also cd from a terminal to the binary location of the wallet, and run './darknet-qt -testnet' Which will start the wallet in testnet mode.

Personally, I run mine in VM's so each wallet has it's own environment. All will work just fine

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September 28, 2016, 03:48:08 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.

tx for the "yell" at s3v3n
as well how do i run 2nd wallet on 1 computer (1 testnet - 1 real)

Yeah, so it is really that simple. Open a terminal, cd to the directory where your binary is and enter "darknet-qt --testnet". It will automatically create a subdirectory in your data directory for the testnet stuffs. You will need some addnodes in the darknet.conf, the testnet and mainnet share the same darknet.conf. The 2 wallets will have no problems running at the same time as they use different ports.

Right now these are the current addnodes for testnet:
addnode=173.245.158.8:51474
addnode=68.108.10.35:51474
addnode=2qvm3datgwvjz2h5.onion:51474
addnode=5jdzosvcuxj6yfgc.onion:51474
addnode=pzgvmwwve2l7763v.onion:51474

Yes, we have some tor testnet wallets running already, more on tor than clearnet.

As more folks start running testnet wallets please share the ips and we will keep an updated list. I will add some hardcoded nodes to testnet in a future release.

Low power dedicated staking hardware, learn more at StakeBox.com
Raspberry Pi wallets at github.com/StakeBox
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September 28, 2016, 04:54:47 AM
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Sorry for the question, but I have a rapsberry pi that could run a testnet wallet 24 hours per day, but I always use windows wallets, so not very familiar about how to run a testnode. Any manual, tutorial or similar out there?

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September 28, 2016, 07:36:18 AM
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EXCHANGES that have responded as being updated to v2.1.3.0

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What about trex? will wallet work?

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September 28, 2016, 07:57:22 AM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.

tx for the "yell" at s3v3n
as well how do i run 2nd wallet on 1 computer (1 testnet - 1 real)

Yeah, so it is really that simple. Open a terminal, cd to the directory where your binary is and enter "darknet-qt --testnet". It will automatically create a subdirectory in your data directory for the testnet stuffs. You will need some addnodes in the darknet.conf, the testnet and mainnet share the same darknet.conf. The 2 wallets will have no problems running at the same time as they use different ports.

Right now these are the current addnodes for testnet:
addnode=173.245.158.8:51474
addnode=68.108.10.35:51474
addnode=2qvm3datgwvjz2h5.onion:51474
addnode=5jdzosvcuxj6yfgc.onion:51474
addnode=pzgvmwwve2l7763v.onion:51474

Yes, we have some tor testnet wallets running already, more on tor than clearnet.

As more folks start running testnet wallets please share the ips and we will keep an updated list. I will add some hardcoded nodes to testnet in a future release.

so the recent version is 2.1.3?
the payment information page shows: client version: 2010204, this is a bit confusing!      

should we remove the 3 lines (nodes, bantime) from conf file with this update?

I'm trying to run a wallet on testnet on my staking pc. added the lines above to my darknet.conf and starting the wallet with "darknet-qt --testnet"
the  wallet is stuck at "synchronizing sporks, synchronizing additional data 25%"
waiting for hrs now still at 25%, and only have 1 connection on testnet wallet, restart the testnet wallet does not help, any ideas?


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September 28, 2016, 08:18:07 AM
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all wallets and MN's updated

will look into that testnet wallet later on
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September 28, 2016, 08:47:16 AM
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Ok testnet wallet running here. Can I please have some tdnet love here? yBh7yX6ifGWLiobLiug7J9HiJXXpMgHsTH

Would you like me to start mixing or just staking?

edit: I get stucked at 25% spork sync and 1 connection to the network.
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September 28, 2016, 10:21:31 AM
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Ok testnet wallet running here. Can I please have some tdnet love here? yBh7yX6ifGWLiobLiug7J9HiJXXpMgHsTH

Would you like me to start mixing or just staking?

edit: I get stucked at 25% spork sync and 1 connection to the network.

I'll send a bit.

Don't spend it all in one place.
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September 28, 2016, 10:51:57 AM
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Ok testnet wallet running here. Can I please have some tdnet love here? yBh7yX6ifGWLiobLiug7J9HiJXXpMgHsTH

Would you like me to start mixing or just staking?

edit: I get stucked at 25% spork sync and 1 connection to the network.

I'll send a bit.

Don't spend it all in one place.

Got 50k now. Thanks!
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September 28, 2016, 12:03:00 PM
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Have updated some of my masternodes today to v2.1.3.0. Zero issues. Will try to do the rest before the weekend.

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September 28, 2016, 12:44:06 PM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.

tx for the "yell" at s3v3n
as well how do i run 2nd wallet on 1 computer (1 testnet - 1 real)

Yeah, so it is really that simple. Open a terminal, cd to the directory where your binary is and enter "darknet-qt --testnet". It will automatically create a subdirectory in your data directory for the testnet stuffs. You will need some addnodes in the darknet.conf, the testnet and mainnet share the same darknet.conf. The 2 wallets will have no problems running at the same time as they use different ports.

Right now these are the current addnodes for testnet:
addnode=173.245.158.8:51474
addnode=68.108.10.35:51474
addnode=2qvm3datgwvjz2h5.onion:51474
addnode=5jdzosvcuxj6yfgc.onion:51474
addnode=pzgvmwwve2l7763v.onion:51474

Yes, we have some tor testnet wallets running already, more on tor than clearnet.

As more folks start running testnet wallets please share the ips and we will keep an updated list. I will add some hardcoded nodes to testnet in a future release.

ok
Test Wallet up and running
(so proud of myself)
- Syncing Sporks - super slow 1/5 in and seems stuck Synced

"please share the ips"
what is ips ?

get me some tcoins please
yD4ncrGqBxMXSbGzEkThp6rb7ZYfuPwJnv

is there a testgroup or something ? or you give further instructions here ?

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September 28, 2016, 01:49:45 PM
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OK folks, we have a working testnet finally, That will allow us to more thoroughly test updates ahead of time, but we will need the help of the community. If you are able to fire up a wallet on testnet get addresses to us and we will throw some coins your way. We need stakers, masternodes, people mixing, etc. to fully test things.

You can run the testnet along side your primary wallet, they will not conflict with each other. There is no need to specify a data directory, it will create a subfolder in the default data directory and the chain, wallet, etc. will be there. The only shared file will be the darknet.conf.

if you have an (idiot proved) mac guide for this
i consider  Wink

You just start the wallet with the --testnet flag. So, for the qt, ./darknet-qt --testnet

Edit: There may be a slightly different syntax for starting programs on Mac than Linux, let me yell to s3v3n, he is the Mac guy.

tx for the "yell" at s3v3n
as well how do i run 2nd wallet on 1 computer (1 testnet - 1 real)

Yeah, so it is really that simple. Open a terminal, cd to the directory where your binary is and enter "darknet-qt --testnet". It will automatically create a subdirectory in your data directory for the testnet stuffs. You will need some addnodes in the darknet.conf, the testnet and mainnet share the same darknet.conf. The 2 wallets will have no problems running at the same time as they use different ports.

Right now these are the current addnodes for testnet:
addnode=173.245.158.8:51474
addnode=68.108.10.35:51474
addnode=2qvm3datgwvjz2h5.onion:51474
addnode=5jdzosvcuxj6yfgc.onion:51474
addnode=pzgvmwwve2l7763v.onion:51474

Yes, we have some tor testnet wallets running already, more on tor than clearnet.

As more folks start running testnet wallets please share the ips and we will keep an updated list. I will add some hardcoded nodes to testnet in a future release.

ok
Test Wallet up and running
(so proud of myself)
- Syncing Sporks - super slow 1/5 in and seems stuck

"please share the ips"
what is ips ?

get me some tcoins please
yD4ncrGqBxMXSbGzEkThp6rb7ZYfuPwJnv

is there a testgroup or something ? or you give further instructions here ?


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