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March 27, 2017, 05:14:59 PM
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Yes, but just after 6 days. I complained again with Cryptopia support. I don't know if they did something.

Is it normal to wait 6 days for the first confirmation?

Nop, it's not normal.

Guess the network is not running as smoothly as we would like to.

Anyway, we have asked Griffith to prepare the RP3 TES wallet compilation.

It will be presented and promoted as soon as we can. With this new wallet, we expect the number of nodes to grow and therefore the network should work without this kind of issues.

Thanks for your patience
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March 29, 2017, 02:51:57 AM
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welp. this has been stupid. i havent been able to login to BCT in 2 days cuz my cookies reset and i forgot my password. then i requested the email and it took over 24 hours to get to me. will post tutorial in just a minute
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March 29, 2017, 04:33:16 AM
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So guys, pi3 is pretty simple. i have a pi3 with a 16 gig sd card. here is my exact model : https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-3-model-b/

I did look into a gui for pi3. you can cross compile the qt from linux to work with the pi3 because there is no Qt creator that works directly on the pi3 due to lack of needed resources to run the program. i pushed back posting an initial day or two (also a database where i am was compromised by some hackers but lets not talk about that) as i explored this possibility of a cross compile.

So there a few things id like to know that i discovered while messing around with the pi3.  
- it isnt a great idea to run the qt gui version on the pi3. the pi3 is a very limited environment resource wise. so any monitor that is plugged in or program that has a graphical aspect needs video to be rendered. the pi does not have a video card, so the graphics must be rendered by the cpu. this bogs down the cpu. the cpu is only 1.2 GHz which is very slow and by no means high end. so for pi3 daemons are the way to go.
- most people who have a pi access it my ssh which cant run the gui through anyway.
- daemon is lighter weight than the gui allowing for better wallet performance in general.

On sunday i pushed another commit to my tesla repo (which i need to request a merge into the main repo) that fixed and tested all compilation for daemons on all platforms. the makefiles needed some adjustment. i can confirm that all of them work right now (with the exception of the mingw ones, the other ones work so those SHOULD work as is). if you have a pi3, you more than likely use ssh to work with it. so i am assuming you have some basic knowledge (at a minimum) of the commands needed to work with linux's command line (navigation and creating files and such) but you may not have ever compiled a coin. the rest of this post will walk you through how to do just that.


all commands are in italics. these are what you should type into the terminal



Step 0 - Operating System
Install your operating system, I used raspbian (https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/)
follow the instructions on the site to install it to your SD card (NOOBS is raspbians easy installer, its on the site as well). Your pi might have already come with an OS installed. so you might be able to just skip this step.

Step 1 - Initial Updates
You want to first make sure your pi3 is up to date with all of the current repositories with the following 2 commands. Depending on how much has to update, these might take a while.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade


Step 2 - Building Compile Environment
Next we want to install the necessary libraries to be able to compile a coin daemon. The following command installs a lot of libraries, as they are all needed to compile any coin (some might not be needed for tesla specifically, but that is ok). So this too might take a while.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libevent-dev bsdmainutils libboost-all-dev libdb-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libzmq3-dev

Step 3 - Extra Helpful Program
Next we need to install a helper program that will just make getting the code for the coin we want to compile easier.
sudo apt-get install git (this is a fairly small program and should install almost instantly

you then need to download the code for the coin, the following is how you would download teslacoin's code
cd ~
git clone http://www.github.com/TeslacoinFoundation/Teslacoin teslacoin

Step 4 - Compile the Daemon
Now we want to go into the code and compile the daemon so that it runs on the pi3.
cd teslacoin/src/leveldb
make libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
cd ..
make -f makefile.arm-linux
this should compile the full coin. you should end with a Teslacoind program in that folder.

Step 5 - Running the Daemon
To run the coin daemon or give it commands you need to be in the same folder it is located in. which from these instructions should be ~/teslacoin/src/

to navigate there if you arent already there is
cd ~/teslacoin/src
and to run the damon is
./Teslacoind &

Step 6 - Interacting with the daemon
Once the daemon is started you just would send a command to it similar to the same way you started it

./Teslacoind [command] where [command] is replaced with the command you want to do. to get a list of all commands use help
example: ./Teslacoind help
an example of sending coins would be: ./Teslacoind sendtoaddress [address] [amount]
there are quite a few commands, so i would recommend using help to find what you are looking for. the daemon commands give you MORE options than are available in the gui. and learning about them and what they do will help you to learn more about cryptocurrencies in general
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April 07, 2017, 10:32:56 PM
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Can't connect to peers. What's the name of the conf file supposed to be? teslacoin.conf?
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April 08, 2017, 11:14:14 AM
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Can't connect to peers. What's the name of the conf file supposed to be? teslacoin.conf?

yes!

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April 08, 2017, 11:16:31 AM
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So guys, pi3 is pretty simple. i have a pi3 with a 16 gig sd card. here is my exact model : https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-3-model-b/

I did look into a gui for pi3. you can cross compile the qt from linux to work with the pi3 because there is no Qt creator that works directly on the pi3 due to lack of needed resources to run the program. i pushed back posting an initial day or two (also a database where i am was compromised by some hackers but lets not talk about that) as i explored this possibility of a cross compile.

So there a few things id like to know that i discovered while messing around with the pi3.  
- it isnt a great idea to run the qt gui version on the pi3. the pi3 is a very limited environment resource wise. so any monitor that is plugged in or program that has a graphical aspect needs video to be rendered. the pi does not have a video card, so the graphics must be rendered by the cpu. this bogs down the cpu. the cpu is only 1.2 GHz which is very slow and by no means high end. so for pi3 daemons are the way to go.
- most people who have a pi access it my ssh which cant run the gui through anyway.
- daemon is lighter weight than the gui allowing for better wallet performance in general.

On sunday i pushed another commit to my tesla repo (which i need to request a merge into the main repo) that fixed and tested all compilation for daemons on all platforms. the makefiles needed some adjustment. i can confirm that all of them work right now (with the exception of the mingw ones, the other ones work so those SHOULD work as is). if you have a pi3, you more than likely use ssh to work with it. so i am assuming you have some basic knowledge (at a minimum) of the commands needed to work with linux's command line (navigation and creating files and such) but you may not have ever compiled a coin. the rest of this post will walk you through how to do just that.


all commands are in italics. these are what you should type into the terminal



Step 0 - Operating System
Install your operating system, I used raspbian (https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/)
follow the instructions on the site to install it to your SD card (NOOBS is raspbians easy installer, its on the site as well). Your pi might have already come with an OS installed. so you might be able to just skip this step.

Step 1 - Initial Updates
You want to first make sure your pi3 is up to date with all of the current repositories with the following 2 commands. Depending on how much has to update, these might take a while.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade


Step 2 - Building Compile Environment
Next we want to install the necessary libraries to be able to compile a coin daemon. The following command installs a lot of libraries, as they are all needed to compile any coin (some might not be needed for tesla specifically, but that is ok). So this too might take a while.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libevent-dev bsdmainutils libboost-all-dev libdb-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libzmq3-dev

Step 3 - Extra Helpful Program
Next we need to install a helper program that will just make getting the code for the coin we want to compile easier.
sudo apt-get install git (this is a fairly small program and should install almost instantly

you then need to download the code for the coin, the following is how you would download teslacoin's code
cd ~
git clone http://www.github.com/TeslacoinFoundation/Teslacoin teslacoin

Step 4 - Compile the Daemon
Now we want to go into the code and compile the daemon so that it runs on the pi3.
cd teslacoin/src/leveldb
make libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
cd ..
make -f makefile.arm-linux
this should compile the full coin. you should end with a Teslacoind program in that folder.

Step 5 - Running the Daemon
To run the coin daemon or give it commands you need to be in the same folder it is located in. which from these instructions should be ~/teslacoin/src/

to navigate there if you arent already there is
cd ~/teslacoin/src
and to run the damon is
./Teslacoind &

Step 6 - Interacting with the daemon
Once the daemon is started you just would send a command to it similar to the same way you started it

./Teslacoind [command] where [command] is replaced with the command you want to do. to get a list of all commands use help
example: ./Teslacoind help
an example of sending coins would be: ./Teslacoind sendtoaddress [address] [amount]
there are quite a few commands, so i would recommend using help to find what you are looking for. the daemon commands give you MORE options than are available in the gui. and learning about them and what they do will help you to learn more about cryptocurrencies in general

Thank you so much for your hard work Griffith! Such a trustworthy dev!!

adding this to OP!!

btw, pull request merged!

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April 09, 2017, 02:59:46 PM
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Is there something wrong with the chain?

Bittrex: "The last block update occurred 109 minutes ago."
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April 09, 2017, 10:02:19 PM
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 The last block update occurred 530 minutes ago.


Can anyone chime in?
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April 10, 2017, 05:03:47 AM
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The last block update occurred 530 minutes ago.


Can anyone chime in?

not sure what you are talking about?

Normal   TES   1246906   5   0 minutes   Mon Apr 10 2017 01:02:02 GMT-0400

site says 0 minutes
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April 10, 2017, 10:05:49 PM
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The last block update occurred 530 minutes ago.


Can anyone chime in?

not sure what you are talking about?

Normal   TES   1246906   5   0 minutes   Mon Apr 10 2017 01:02:02 GMT-0400

site says 0 minutes

Thanks Griffith for chiming in

Haunebu81, you can check the network here
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/tes/
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April 11, 2017, 04:42:34 PM
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Thanks guys. Tx finally went through. Could have been an issue with Bittrex.


Now I have another problem. Both my QT's on separate rigs and on separate networks are stuck on block  1188176.

Is there a bootstrap or something I can use?
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April 11, 2017, 11:42:39 PM
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Thanks guys. Tx finally went through. Could have been an issue with Bittrex.


Now I have another problem. Both my QT's on separate rigs and on separate networks are stuck on block  1188176.

Is there a bootstrap or something I can use?

Im stuck at the same block  Huh

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April 13, 2017, 07:58:24 AM
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Thanks guys. Tx finally went through. Could have been an issue with Bittrex.


Now I have another problem. Both my QT's on separate rigs and on separate networks are stuck on block  1188176.

Is there a bootstrap or something I can use?

Im stuck at the same block  Huh

Did you manage to solve it?
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April 13, 2017, 11:54:42 AM
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Nope  Undecided

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April 13, 2017, 12:43:15 PM
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Thanks guys. Tx finally went through. Could have been an issue with Bittrex.


Now I have another problem. Both my QT's on separate rigs and on separate networks are stuck on block  1188176.

Is there a bootstrap or something I can use?

Im stuck at the same block  Huh

Its halted Nobody wants to point even a shred of kilohash to it. Dont worry some massive hash will arrive once teslas deal with general motors is confirmed. Tesla will be the second TRUMP, just give it another year or ten years or whatever to gain strength and velocity. No doubt in ten to twenty years TES will be trading on parity with eth.

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April 14, 2017, 09:39:07 AM
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Sorry for the lack of communication, working on uploading the bootstrap
hope it will be ready for today
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April 14, 2017, 05:42:44 PM
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Sorry for the lack of communication, working on uploading the bootstrap
hope it will be ready for today

i was trying to make one as well. network keeps getting stuck syncing.
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April 14, 2017, 05:51:30 PM
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Thanks guys. Tx finally went through. Could have been an issue with Bittrex.


Now I have another problem. Both my QT's on separate rigs and on separate networks are stuck on block  1188176.

Is there a bootstrap or something I can use?

Im stuck at the same block  Huh

edit: it seems both of you are forked
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April 16, 2017, 02:45:58 PM
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"0 active connection(s) to teslacoin network"
(Windows)

What to do?
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April 16, 2017, 05:43:28 PM
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"0 active connection(s) to teslacoin network"
(Windows)

What to do?

use this nodes

addnode=172.114.38.19
addnode=184.69.47.154
addnode=184.90.42.110
addnode=192.222.191.119
addnode=50.72.14.50
addnode=66.255.208.25
addnode=73.207.9.243
addnode=13.93.212.31
addnode=136.243.40.220
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=188.134.72.213
addnode=62.108.37.133
addnode=72.241.235.204
addnode=84.2.34.93
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