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May 17, 2013, 10:20:20 PM
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If worldcoin is a fork of litecoin, why didn't you fork it from litecoin instead of uploading all of your files as new? 



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Um, to avoid people discovering the Source? You don't necessarily have to keep the copy ON github all the time
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May 17, 2013, 10:26:21 PM
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Linux Client:   coming soon.

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You're running linux and not compiling it yourself? Sounds fishy lol.

I've never heard of a linux user preferring a binary over source.

This is kind of why Linux is a minor OS in the Desktop world.  Grin Everyone just assumes everyone has the knowledge to do this themselves.
It's probably for the guy who doesn't know how to/doesn't care to do the compile themselves.

I'd assume he's just testing it on a few of many distros of linux, but it's anyone's guess

A bit paranoid though? I'd assume he'd have bundled a virus in the Windows Binaries if he had a malicious intent Tongue
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May 17, 2013, 10:35:11 PM
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Linux Client:   coming soon.

one more reason for a big #fail


You're running linux and not compiling it yourself? Sounds fishy lol.

I've never heard of a linux user preferring a binary over source.

This is kind of why Linux is a minor OS in the Desktop world.  Grin Everyone just assumes everyone has the knowledge to do this themselves.
It's probably for the guy who doesn't know how to/doesn't care to do the compile themselves.

I'd assume he's just testing it on a few of many distros of linux, but it's anyone's guess

A bit paranoid though? I'd assume he'd have bundled a virus in the Windows Binaries if he had a malicious intent Tongue

It's like 3 lines of text to write in the terminal....

So to be shouting that a linux client isn't available is really true as it's available as source right at the beginning.
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May 17, 2013, 10:36:31 PM
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Linux Client:   coming soon.

one more reason for a big #fail


You're running linux and not compiling it yourself? Sounds fishy lol.

I've never heard of a linux user preferring a binary over source.

This is kind of why Linux is a minor OS in the Desktop world.  Grin Everyone just assumes everyone has the knowledge to do this themselves.
It's probably for the guy who doesn't know how to/doesn't care to do the compile themselves.

I'd assume he's just testing it on a few of many distros of linux, but it's anyone's guess

A bit paranoid though? I'd assume he'd have bundled a virus in the Windows Binaries if he had a malicious intent Tongue

It's like 3 lines of text to write in the terminal....

So to be shouting that a linux client isn't available is really true as it's available as source right at the beginning.

Exaxtly, it's not aimed for people like you. More likely the "new" user, who just wants to use the program Tongue
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May 17, 2013, 10:40:00 PM
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Linux Client:   coming soon.

one more reason for a big #fail


You're running linux and not compiling it yourself? Sounds fishy lol.

I've never heard of a linux user preferring a binary over source.

This is kind of why Linux is a minor OS in the Desktop world.  Grin Everyone just assumes everyone has the knowledge to do this themselves.
It's probably for the guy who doesn't know how to/doesn't care to do the compile themselves.

I'd assume he's just testing it on a few of many distros of linux, but it's anyone's guess

A bit paranoid though? I'd assume he'd have bundled a virus in the Windows Binaries if he had a malicious intent Tongue

It's like 3 lines of text to write in the terminal....

So to be shouting that a linux client isn't available is really true as it's available as source right at the beginning.

Exaxtly, it's not aimed for people like you. More likely the "new" user, who just wants to use the program Tongue

Well, I'm just saying at the end of it all, a linux client was available. You just had to compile it yourself and he never wrote about that part. Smiley
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May 17, 2013, 10:42:10 PM
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If worldcoin is a fork of litecoin, why didn't you fork it from litecoin instead of uploading all of your files as new? 



worldcoin latest commit 2d35dc4ba7
worldcoinproject authored 2 days ago
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doc           2 days ago   worldcoin [worldcoinproject]
share   2 days ago   worldcoin [worldcoinproject]
src   2 days ago   worldcoin [worldcoinproject]
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Um, to avoid people discovering the Source? You don't necessarily have to keep the copy ON github all the time

True - but they could have done a git push origin master once they were ready to publish so that folks wouldn't have to do compares on every file to see what commits were actually made. The Litecoin code is know and trusted - Worldcoin is not.
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May 17, 2013, 10:42:35 PM
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Linux Client:   coming soon.

one more reason for a big #fail


You're running linux and not compiling it yourself? Sounds fishy lol.

I've never heard of a linux user preferring a binary over source.

This is kind of why Linux is a minor OS in the Desktop world.  Grin Everyone just assumes everyone has the knowledge to do this themselves.
It's probably for the guy who doesn't know how to/doesn't care to do the compile themselves.

I'd assume he's just testing it on a few of many distros of linux, but it's anyone's guess

A bit paranoid though? I'd assume he'd have bundled a virus in the Windows Binaries if he had a malicious intent Tongue

It's like 3 lines of text to write in the terminal....

So to be shouting that a linux client isn't available is really true as it's available as source right at the beginning.

Exaxtly, it's not aimed for people like you. More likely the "new" user, who just wants to use the program Tongue

Well, I'm just saying at the end of it all, a linux client was available. You just had to compile it yourself and he never wrote about that part. Smiley
Very true Tongue
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May 17, 2013, 10:44:20 PM
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True - but they could have done a git push origin master once they were ready to publish so that folks wouldn't have to do compares on every file to see what commits were actually made. The Litecoin code is know and trusted - Worldcoin is not.

Can you check the code and confirm?

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May 17, 2013, 10:48:36 PM
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anyone who cares enough to run Linux in the first place should also be nerdy  enough to compile the source Smiley Speaking as a nerd that is
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May 18, 2013, 12:09:02 AM
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1GH/sec!!!
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May 18, 2013, 12:09:08 AM
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it does not make sence because you will need the libs anyway, unless its compiled as static...

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May 18, 2013, 12:10:24 AM
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I would now say this coin is as successful as FTC was NOW can it surpass Feathcoin
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May 18, 2013, 12:10:59 AM
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There is a problem with the selected port on Windows, on Linux it connects very well, on Windows it gets 0 con eve with firewall off and UPNP disabled on both... and we are talking about the same pc.

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May 18, 2013, 12:11:59 AM
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There is a problem with the selected port on Windows, on Linux it connects very well, on Windows it gets 0 con eve with firewall off and UPNP disabled on both... and we are talking about the same pc.
I've been running it since hour 1, and no issues so far Tongue
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May 18, 2013, 12:12:29 AM
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There is a problem with the selected port on Windows, on Linux it connects very well, on Windows it gets 0 con eve with firewall off and UPNP disabled on both... and we are talking about the same pc.

try deleting your .conf file if you were solo mining and see if it syncs.

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May 18, 2013, 12:15:26 AM
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i try everything it just do not work... it works on my linux vm anyway so...
it may work with UPNP, but i cant use upnp on my isp router, so it does no matter.

btw, what port is using?

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May 18, 2013, 12:52:10 AM
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i try everything it just do not work... it works on my linux vm anyway so...
it may work with UPNP, but i cant use upnp on my isp router, so it does no matter.

btw, what port is using?
connection port is 11081 and roc port is 11082.
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May 18, 2013, 01:47:44 AM
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i try everything it just do not work... it works on my linux vm anyway so...
it may work with UPNP, but i cant use upnp on my isp router, so it does no matter.

btw, what port is using?

no idea its most likely your router and network setup, I have had 8 connections every time never experienced any problems.
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May 18, 2013, 01:53:08 AM
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I'm a little late to the party, going to point a 400kh/s system to this- is solo mining still worth it?
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May 18, 2013, 01:56:23 AM
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about 8 hours... but there is a high chance it will be orphan...

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