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June 21, 2013, 02:20:06 PM
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UPDATE: Added Argentum wallet.

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June 21, 2013, 08:05:44 PM
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anyone else have trouble with their GLDcoin syncing? With macs do you need to put that GLDcoin.conf still in place or is it already handled?

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June 21, 2013, 08:12:40 PM
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anyone else have trouble with their GLDcoin syncing? With macs do you need to put that GLDcoin.conf still in place or is it already handled?

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I believe my GLDcoin wallet is up to date for the hard fork that happened on June 3, but you may need to put something in a conf file--that is really a question of what's going on in the network. You may also have to wait until the next block is mined before a sync starts. If you do want to create a conf file, it should go in "~/Library/Application Support/GLDcoin".

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June 21, 2013, 09:31:21 PM
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anyone else have trouble with their GLDcoin syncing? With macs do you need to put that GLDcoin.conf still in place or is it already handled?

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I believe my GLDcoin wallet is up to date for the hard fork that happened on June 3, but you may need to put something in a conf file--that is really a question of what's going on in the network. You may also have to wait until the next block is mined before a sync starts. If you do want to create a conf file, it should go in "~/Library/Application Support/GLDcoin".

Thanks! It was all synced up until yesterday and now just constantly spinning. Anychance you can give me example of your .conf file?
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June 21, 2013, 09:34:20 PM
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anyone else have trouble with their GLDcoin syncing? With macs do you need to put that GLDcoin.conf still in place or is it already handled?

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I believe my GLDcoin wallet is up to date for the hard fork that happened on June 3, but you may need to put something in a conf file--that is really a question of what's going on in the network. You may also have to wait until the next block is mined before a sync starts. If you do want to create a conf file, it should go in "~/Library/Application Support/GLDcoin".

Thanks! It was all synced up until yesterday and now just constantly spinning. Anychance you can give me example of your .conf file?

I don't have one, but I also haven't synced my GLDcoin wallet in a couple of weeks. Maybe worth checking out this thread? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0

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June 22, 2013, 06:38:09 PM
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UPDATES:
  • As per a request, changed the second post in this thread to a quick guide to backing up/restoring Mac wallets.
  • Added a build of the Megacoin wallet.

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June 23, 2013, 06:29:38 AM
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also is it just me or does Litecoin-qt take a really really long time to sync up every time you start? like half a day? Is it necessary to make a litecoin.conf for osx wallets if your not solo mining?

p.s. anychance on getting a EMERALDcoin wallet made? thanks for all the hard work!
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June 23, 2013, 01:40:43 PM
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also is it just me or does Litecoin-qt take a really really long time to sync up every time you start? like half a day? Is it necessary to make a litecoin.conf for osx wallets if your not solo mining?

p.s. anychance on getting a EMERALDcoin wallet made? thanks for all the hard work!

You shouldn't need a conf for Litecoin-qt. Mine syncs pretty slowly, but more like 20 minutes than half a day. You may just be connecting to slow peers; one thing you can try is deleting (or moving) the peers.dat file in ~/Library/Application Support/Litecoin, to force the wallet to look for new peers.

I'll add EMERALDcoin to my list!

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June 23, 2013, 02:46:13 PM
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Couldn't sleep last night. So, more wallets!

UPDATES:
  • Added BitGem wallet.
  • Added Bytecoin wallet. Note that the menu bar for Bytecoin says "Bitcoin-Qt"--that's in the original source code. It's still Bytecoin.
  • Updated Megacoin wallet to 0.8.993.

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June 23, 2013, 09:27:44 PM
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also is it just me or does Litecoin-qt take a really really long time to sync up every time you start? like half a day? Is it necessary to make a litecoin.conf for osx wallets if your not solo mining?

p.s. anychance on getting a EMERALDcoin wallet made? thanks for all the hard work!

You shouldn't need a conf for Litecoin-qt. Mine syncs pretty slowly, but more like 20 minutes than half a day. You may just be connecting to slow peers; one thing you can try is deleting (or moving) the peers.dat file in ~/Library/Application Support/Litecoin, to force the wallet to look for new peers.

I'll add EMERALDcoin to my list!


Thanks for the tip and of course making these wallets..who needs sleep:)
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June 23, 2013, 10:31:42 PM
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PPC Mac OS X wallet:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=194692.0

Compiled by Jeff Larkin.

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June 24, 2013, 12:38:12 AM
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also is it just me or does Litecoin-qt take a really really long time to sync up every time you start? like half a day? Is it necessary to make a litecoin.conf for osx wallets if your not solo mining?

p.s. anychance on getting a EMERALDcoin wallet made? thanks for all the hard work!

You shouldn't need a conf for Litecoin-qt. Mine syncs pretty slowly, but more like 20 minutes than half a day. You may just be connecting to slow peers; one thing you can try is deleting (or moving) the peers.dat file in ~/Library/Application Support/Litecoin, to force the wallet to look for new peers.

I'll add EMERALDcoin to my list!


btw that did the trick!! now more in the 10-20 minutes then 10-20 hours..thanks again!
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June 24, 2013, 02:23:21 PM
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PPC Mac OS X wallet:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=194692.0

Compiled by Jeff Larkin.

Added, thank you!

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June 24, 2013, 02:28:39 PM
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also is it just me or does Litecoin-qt take a really really long time to sync up every time you start? like half a day? Is it necessary to make a litecoin.conf for osx wallets if your not solo mining?

p.s. anychance on getting a EMERALDcoin wallet made? thanks for all the hard work!

You shouldn't need a conf for Litecoin-qt. Mine syncs pretty slowly, but more like 20 minutes than half a day. You may just be connecting to slow peers; one thing you can try is deleting (or moving) the peers.dat file in ~/Library/Application Support/Litecoin, to force the wallet to look for new peers.

I'll add EMERALDcoin to my list!


btw that did the trick!! now more in the 10-20 minutes then 10-20 hours..thanks again!

Cool! Glad that worked.

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June 25, 2013, 03:58:59 PM
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UPDATE: Updated my Namecoin-Qt build to the latest version, 0.3.63. This version also has a workaround for the crash on exit that some people were seeing.

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June 27, 2013, 08:38:00 AM
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Is the worldcoin wallet for mac upgraded?
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June 27, 2013, 12:27:18 PM
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Is the worldcoin wallet for mac upgraded?

I mean is it updated?  Huh
I get some messages about upgrading my litecoin wallet?
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June 27, 2013, 12:33:28 PM
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Is the worldcoin wallet for mac upgraded?

I mean is it updated?  Huh
I get some messages about upgrading my litecoin wallet?

I see that too. I looked into it, and this is probably true of all the Litecoin-based wallets. Apparently, Litecoin suffered a DDOS attack recently and they've put up a new patch to avoid that in the future. I'm going to be going through the wallets (including WDC) in the next couple of days and updating them where I can, but bear in mind that the devs of each of the altcoin wallets will have to pull that code from Litecoin before their wallets stop showing that error--it won't automatically get pushed out to altcoin wallets.

In the meantime, though, all the wallets will still work fine--nothing about the network protocol has changed. The message is only a warning.

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June 27, 2013, 12:39:42 PM
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Is the worldcoin wallet for mac upgraded?

I mean is it updated?  Huh
I get some messages about upgrading my litecoin wallet?

I see that too. I looked into it, and this is probably true of all the Litecoin-based wallets. Apparently, Litecoin suffered a DDOS attack recently and they've put up a new patch to avoid that in the future. I'm going to be going through the wallets (including WDC) in the next couple of days and updating them where I can, but bear in mind that the devs of each of the altcoin wallets will have to pull that code from Litecoin before their wallets stop showing that error--it won't automatically get pushed out to altcoin wallets.

In the meantime, though, all the wallets will still work fine--nothing about the network protocol has changed. The message is only a warning.



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June 27, 2013, 02:55:21 PM
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Is the worldcoin wallet for mac upgraded?

I mean is it updated?  Huh
I get some messages about upgrading my litecoin wallet?

I see that too. I looked into it, and this is probably true of all the Litecoin-based wallets. Apparently, Litecoin suffered a DDOS attack recently and they've put up a new patch to avoid that in the future. I'm going to be going through the wallets (including WDC) in the next couple of days and updating them where I can, but bear in mind that the devs of each of the altcoin wallets will have to pull that code from Litecoin before their wallets stop showing that error--it won't automatically get pushed out to altcoin wallets.

In the meantime, though, all the wallets will still work fine--nothing about the network protocol has changed. The message is only a warning.

Thanks! I'll post here with updates when I have them.


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Some LTC will come your way if u get it done. Good work.

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