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Author Topic: [ANN]❁ KORE Tor Masternodes, Browser, VoIP, Aether OS, KOREPhone, KOREbay Funded  (Read 149016 times)
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January 02, 2018, 06:57:42 PM
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Happy New Year!!!

A question for MM, dev team and for the community

Would you like to see KORE in Ledger Nano S?
Would you donate whatever you can to get listed?
Would you buy a limited edition Ledger Nano S with KORE logo on it?




Absolutely.
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January 02, 2018, 09:19:51 PM
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Happy New Year!!!

A question for MM, dev team and for the community

Would you like to see KORE in Ledger Nano S?
Would you donate whatever you can to get listed?
Would you buy a limited edition Ledger Nano S with KORE logo on it?



Hey happy New Year to you too.

Ohh yeah for sure buddy.

Cheers

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January 03, 2018, 12:55:45 AM
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happy new year everyone \o/ !!!!!!
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January 03, 2018, 05:27:40 AM
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Go KORE!  Go BTC!
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January 03, 2018, 09:29:41 PM
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Hi All,

I have 503 Kore in the wallet.
Setup masternode, the masternode appear in the MY MASTERNODES with status is MISSING.
When i right click and start Alias, the Prompt saying that: "Failed to start Masternode, Error clould not allocate txin ....."

When I (in the command line) and type  "kore-cli masternode status", I'm getting a ''Not capable masternode: Hot node, waiting for remote activation'' status.

Just wonder what i need to do next to make the masternode to be active.

thanks.

You need to fund a Local wallet with that 503 and then send it to itself. Grab the TX RAW info and get the number from the VOUT TX which is usually 0 and then paste it in the Masternode config on the Local Machine. This coin must stay in the wallet to make the Node hot. I also put RESERVEBALANCE=500 or 1000 or 1500 in my Kore.Conf, however many MN you have this way you don't accidentally spend your MN TX.
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January 04, 2018, 08:11:24 PM
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Hey there,

I'm doing a comparison of anonymous tech, and have included KORE on recommendation.   If possible, please let me know if there are features I've missed or how I can better clarify the assessment.   Reference to verifiable facts such as websites, whitepapers, Dev comments, or the Devs themselves, is always appreciated.






Due to some incorrect information in this chart Im removing it.
We may revisit it at a later time dependent...


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January 06, 2018, 06:02:17 AM
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We have the same shill posting the same unwarranted, false, twisted complaint that does not hold water.
It is their twisted view.
Sad people have to stoop to such low states.

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January 06, 2018, 03:24:09 PM
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Hi guys,

I have been accumulating Kore for a while and have now enough for a Node!

Could anybody give me a hand setting it up?

I am at step 9 of the masternode setup guide and need to include a line at the bottom of masternode.config, however, there is no "masternode.config" in my Kore directory in Ubuntu.

Do I need to create a new file with "nano" like I did with kore.config a steps back?

Thanks!
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January 06, 2018, 04:25:53 PM
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Hi guys,

I have been accumulating Kore for a while and have now enough for a Node!

Could anybody give me a hand setting it up?

I am at step 9 of the masternode setup guide and need to include a line at the bottom of masternode.config, however, there is no "masternode.config" in my Kore directory in Ubuntu.

Do I need to create a new file with "nano" like I did with kore.config a steps back?

Thanks!

Please go to the KORE Support thread in Discord.
When "TheMatrix101" gets in later today I'm sure he could help
but ask those in the thread. There are plenty of ones who are good.

https://discord.gg/VD2kytE

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January 06, 2018, 07:59:08 PM
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Hi guys,

I have been accumulating Kore for a while and have now enough for a Node!

Could anybody give me a hand setting it up?

I am at step 9 of the masternode setup guide and need to include a line at the bottom of masternode.config, however, there is no "masternode.config" in my Kore directory in Ubuntu.

Do I need to create a new file with "nano" like I did with kore.config a steps back?

Thanks!

Please go to the KORE Support thread in Discord.
When "TheMatrix101" gets in later today I'm sure he could help
but ask those in the thread. There are plenty of ones who are good.

https://discord.gg/VD2kytE

I'm in same boat I setting up using vultr.com  server and when in command prompt when in step 5 last command chmod +x test.sh./test.sh  says directory doesn't exist ? I'm kinda over my head with this stuff.  I'm using a app similar to putty on my windows pc to command prompt. ..server setup with ubuntu 17. Little lost ..hoping to get a few nodes going
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January 06, 2018, 08:15:16 PM
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Hello everybody,

So the flaws on the Cpus that came to light are very bad and you definetly should take the time to patch it up as good as you can, here is a quick explanation of the problems found.

Meltdown, applicable to virtually every Intel chip made for many years, along with certain high-performance ARM designs, is the easier to exploit and enables any user program to read vast tracts of kernel data. The good news, such as it is, is that Meltdown also appears easier to robustly guard against. The flaw depends on the way that operating systems share memory between user programs and the kernel, and the solution—albeit a solution that carries some performance penalty—is to put an end to that sharing.

Spectre, applicable to chips from Intel, AMD, and ARM, and probably every other processor on the market that offers speculative execution, too, is more subtle. It encompasses a trick testing array bounds to read memory within a single process, which can be used to attack the integrity of virtual machines and sandboxes, and cross-process attacks using the processor's branch predictors (the hardware that guesses which side of a branch is taken and hence controls the speculative execution). Systemic fixes for some aspects of Spectre appear to have been developed, but protecting against the whole range of fixes will require modification (or at least recompilation) of at-risk programs.

Here is some good tips to better protect yourself from these cpu flaws that were found:

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3245810/security/how-to-protect-your-pc-meltdown-spectre-cpu-flaws.html

Here some good info on this problem:

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/meltdown-and-spectre-heres-what-intel-apple-microsoft-others-are-doing-about-it/

These problems are a good example of why we need a more secure OS like AetherOS to protect our freedom and privacy.

Go Kore, Go BTC

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January 06, 2018, 08:16:19 PM
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Hi guys,

I have been accumulating Kore for a while and have now enough for a Node!

Could anybody give me a hand setting it up?

I am at step 9 of the masternode setup guide and need to include a line at the bottom of masternode.config, however, there is no "masternode.config" in my Kore directory in Ubuntu.

Do I need to create a new file with "nano" like I did with kore.config a steps back?

Thanks!

Please go to the KORE Support thread in Discord.
When "TheMatrix101" gets in later today I'm sure he could help
but ask those in the thread. There are plenty of ones who are good.

https://discord.gg/VD2kytE


I'm in same boat I setting up using vultr.com  server and when in command prompt when in step 5 last command chmod +x test.sh./test.sh  says directory doesn't exist ? I'm kinda over my head with this stuff.  I'm using a app similar to putty on my windows pc to command prompt. ..server setup with ubuntu 17. Little lost ..hoping to get a few nodes going

Hello, how you doing?

Please come to the Discord Kore support channel, im there and i can help you too

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January 07, 2018, 04:51:25 AM
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Hello everybody,

So the flaws on the Cpus that came to light are very bad and you definetly should take the time to patch it up as good as you can, here is a quick explanation of the problems found.

Meltdown, applicable to virtually every Intel chip made for many years, along with certain high-performance ARM designs, is the easier to exploit and enables any user program to read vast tracts of kernel data. The good news, such as it is, is that Meltdown also appears easier to robustly guard against. The flaw depends on the way that operating systems share memory between user programs and the kernel, and the solution—albeit a solution that carries some performance penalty—is to put an end to that sharing.

Spectre, applicable to chips from Intel, AMD, and ARM, and probably every other processor on the market that offers speculative execution, too, is more subtle. It encompasses a trick testing array bounds to read memory within a single process, which can be used to attack the integrity of virtual machines and sandboxes, and cross-process attacks using the processor's branch predictors (the hardware that guesses which side of a branch is taken and hence controls the speculative execution). Systemic fixes for some aspects of Spectre appear to have been developed, but protecting against the whole range of fixes will require modification (or at least recompilation) of at-risk programs.

Here is some good tips to better protect yourself from these cpu flaws that were found:

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3245810/security/how-to-protect-your-pc-meltdown-spectre-cpu-flaws.html

Here some good info on this problem:

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/meltdown-and-spectre-heres-what-intel-apple-microsoft-others-are-doing-about-it/

These problems are a good example of why we need a more secure OS like AetherOS to protect our freedom and privacy.

Go Kore, Go BTC

Cheers


Thanks MXRider for the information.  Here is another link to read.

https://www.coindesk.com/meltdown-spectre-cpu-flaws-mean-cryptocurrency/
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January 07, 2018, 04:23:26 PM
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Hello everybody,

So the flaws on the Cpus that came to light are very bad and you definetly should take the time to patch it up as good as you can, here is a quick explanation of the problems found.

Meltdown, applicable to virtually every Intel chip made for many years, along with certain high-performance ARM designs, is the easier to exploit and enables any user program to read vast tracts of kernel data. The good news, such as it is, is that Meltdown also appears easier to robustly guard against. The flaw depends on the way that operating systems share memory between user programs and the kernel, and the solution—albeit a solution that carries some performance penalty—is to put an end to that sharing.

Spectre, applicable to chips from Intel, AMD, and ARM, and probably every other processor on the market that offers speculative execution, too, is more subtle. It encompasses a trick testing array bounds to read memory within a single process, which can be used to attack the integrity of virtual machines and sandboxes, and cross-process attacks using the processor's branch predictors (the hardware that guesses which side of a branch is taken and hence controls the speculative execution). Systemic fixes for some aspects of Spectre appear to have been developed, but protecting against the whole range of fixes will require modification (or at least recompilation) of at-risk programs.

Here is some good tips to better protect yourself from these cpu flaws that were found:

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3245810/security/how-to-protect-your-pc-meltdown-spectre-cpu-flaws.html

Here some good info on this problem:

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/meltdown-and-spectre-heres-what-intel-apple-microsoft-others-are-doing-about-it/

These problems are a good example of why we need a more secure OS like AetherOS to protect our freedom and privacy.

Go Kore, Go BTC

Cheers


Thanks MXRider for the information.  Here is another link to read.

https://www.coindesk.com/meltdown-spectre-cpu-flaws-mean-cryptocurrency/

Awesome to see what could be the result of some brave whistlblowers and decent people coming forward
and possibly forcing their hand to own up to these exploits.

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January 08, 2018, 01:38:52 AM
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I just wanna say thanks for all that helped me get my 1st set of masternodes rolling!! its great to be part of a great group!
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January 08, 2018, 02:54:07 AM
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Hey guys just wanted to give you guys a quick update, I'm working on a system for you guys to easily check up on your masternodes (or regular nodes) without needing to open up a shell connection. After a ton of research and tests I'v finally been able to create a working concept and basic system. Once I add a little bit to the UI I will release the basic system for everyone free of charge. After that I will build a full control system straight from the UI which will be a paid system and will help support development.

Matrix

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January 08, 2018, 03:28:00 PM
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Hey guys just wanted to give you guys a quick update, I'm working on a system for you guys to easily check up on your masternodes (or regular nodes) without needing to open up a shell connection. After a ton of research and tests I'v finally been able to create a working concept and basic system. Once I add a little bit to the UI I will release the basic system for everyone free of charge. After that I will build a full control system straight from the UI which will be a paid system and will help support development.

Matrix

Matrix,

Thanks for the update.  This functionality sounds great.

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January 08, 2018, 03:54:22 PM
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Hey guys just wanted to give you guys a quick update, I'm working on a system for you guys to easily check up on your masternodes (or regular nodes) without needing to open up a shell connection. After a ton of research and tests I'v finally been able to create a working concept and basic system. Once I add a little bit to the UI I will release the basic system for everyone free of charge. After that I will build a full control system straight from the UI which will be a paid system and will help support development.

Matrix

Awesome!
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January 08, 2018, 09:38:49 PM
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For whatever reason I am getting multiple errors when trying to setup my masternode with Digital Ocean. After executing ./test/sh it begins.

hash.cpp: in function 'unsigned int MurmurHash3 (unsigned int, const std::vector<unsigned char>&':
hash.cpp:50:16 warning this statement my fall through [Wimplicit-fallthrough=]  and so on and so on.

An clue what is going on? Tried Ubuntu v16 and v17 but still the same issues.

Lost at the moment...

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Hank
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January 09, 2018, 02:36:56 AM
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For whatever reason I am getting multiple errors when trying to setup my masternode with Digital Ocean. After executing ./test/sh it begins.

hash.cpp: in function 'unsigned int MurmurHash3 (unsigned int, const std::vector<unsigned char>&':
hash.cpp:50:16 warning this statement my fall through [Wimplicit-fallthrough=]  and so on and so on.

An clue what is going on? Tried Ubuntu v16 and v17 but still the same issues.

Lost at the moment...

Thanks,
Hank

You are most likely not in root, doing something wrong or not following the guide directly.
Go to the Discord KORE support thread for help for Linux from the Community
and we are offering an automated setup service soon.
https://discord.gg/VD2kytE
For windows we do not offer support due to the unreliability of security of windows.
The do it yourself Masternode Setup guide can be found on the website.
http://kore.life


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