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November 28, 2010, 01:39:56 AM
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Here is an archive of the bitcoin block database, for new users who do not wish to wait hours for their bitcoin to be usable:

     http://yyz.us/bitcoin/blocks-linux-64bit.tar.bz2  (approx. 68 MB)

My question...   will these files work on 32-bit linux?  windows?  Anybody interested in trying them out on those platforms, and reporting the results?

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November 28, 2010, 03:02:40 AM
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works fine on 32bit windows.

btw, i also got some block-chains online here,
just 2 for now, created on 32bit windows.
will update every now and then and may add other useful files.

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November 28, 2010, 05:56:14 AM
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Here is an archive of the bitcoin block database, for new users who do not wish to wait hours for their bitcoin to be usable:

BTW, thanks for providing this service.  I thought it was on the official distribution and I do recall some earlier efforts to distribute these blocks in other ways.  Hopefully your act here will prompt it to be put onto the "official" download pages.

I'm running 32-bit Ubuntu Linux on this computer and it seems to be running just fine.  About what block # was that block file from?  It was pretty fresh stuff there.
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November 28, 2010, 06:14:48 AM
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I'm running 32-bit Ubuntu Linux on this computer and it seems to be running just fine.  About what block # was that block file from?  It was pretty fresh stuff there.

From earlier today, around 94200 or so.

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