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June 15, 2011, 03:21:28 PM
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Just wanted to make sure I'm doing this right for solo mining backup

Start the daemon, set RPC username/password, allowed IP range and port number.

Use phoenix to connect to localhost with those parameters.

I should be seeing "Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending" until I generate a block, at which point it will be "accepted" and reflected directly in my balance.  Is that correct?

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June 15, 2011, 04:28:13 PM
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Has your bitcoin client caught up with the block chain?  I think that needs to happen for solo mining... could be wrong though, or you may have already accomplished that step.
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Has your bitcoin client caught up with the block chain?  I think that needs to happen for solo mining... could be wrong though, or you may have already accomplished that step.

yes.  Block chain is current.  Running a getinfo reports accurate results.
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You should be good then, afaik.
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