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June 08, 2016, 06:08:18 PM
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Any reasonably new version of Armory can handle offline signing for any other reasonably new version of Armory.

What goatpig wrote was that he would not release precompiled offline bundles of the newest version, since there is no need to use the newest version (0.94.X) on an offline computer, 0.93.X is just as good.



That's what's confusing. What does offline bundle mean? There's never been an offline version.

There were offline bundles that one could download built for ARM with the dependency libraries so you would not need to connect your cold offline Pi and `sudo apt-get`.  I believe the ARM builds are no longer part of the official releases.
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June 08, 2016, 06:40:33 PM
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Any reasonably new version of Armory can handle offline signing for any other reasonably new version of Armory.

What goatpig wrote was that he would not release precompiled offline bundles of the newest version, since there is no need to use the newest version (0.94.X) on an offline computer, 0.93.X is just as good.



That's what's confusing. What does offline bundle mean? There's never been an offline version.

There were offline bundles that one could download built for ARM with the dependency libraries so you would not need to connect your cold offline Pi and `sudo apt-get`.  I believe the ARM builds are no longer part of the official releases.

Oh never knew that. I just used an offline pc. Now "offline" makes sense.

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June 09, 2016, 10:01:57 PM
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That's what's confusing. What does offline bundle mean? There's never been an offline version.

There are offline packages, for Ubuntu and Raspberry Pi. It's a set of bundles with all the packages needed in order to install Armory on fresh OSs without the need to connect to an online package repository.

This doesn't apply to Mac nor Windows because these packages are already plug and play.

There is indeed no difference code wise between offline and online bundles. That may change in the future (lean and mean builds with no connectivity code for offline signers).

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