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Author Topic: LUXCoin—New PHI2 PoW/PoS Hybrid—SC—SegWit—PrivateSend—PoS Web Wallet—LuxGate  (Read 129771 times)
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February 05, 2018, 09:09:26 PM
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Network is ok as youcan see here: http://prntscr.com/ial2ku

but nothing. no peers. nothing

Stop QT, open lux.conf and add the following lines:

addnode=128.199.135.156:28666
addnode=13.67.142.19:28666
addnode=185.43.109.228:28666
addnode=198.13.35.29:28666
addnode=207.246.108.239:28666
addnode=209.250.238.48:28666
addnode=45.58.62.189:28666
addnode=45.63.25.110:28666
addnode=45.77.129.203:28666
addnode=52.168.20.129:28666
addnode=54.39.20.230:28666
addnode=95.174.205.229:28666

You can also open the console and type in addnode 128.199.135.156 add for each if you're bored.

This worked like a champ for me too.


On a side note I've held off on this one because everyone complained about how bad the wallet was and I've noticed that this wallet still draws around 8-15% of my CPU constantly.  Meanwhile I opened up a few other wallets and they only hit the cpu for 0-4 on the cpu.  Is there any reason for this?
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February 05, 2018, 09:10:57 PM
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Network is ok as youcan see here: http://prntscr.com/ial2ku

but nothing. no peers. nothing

Stop QT, open lux.conf and add the following lines:

addnode=128.199.135.156:28666
addnode=13.67.142.19:28666
addnode=185.43.109.228:28666
addnode=198.13.35.29:28666
addnode=207.246.108.239:28666
addnode=209.250.238.48:28666
addnode=45.58.62.189:28666
addnode=45.63.25.110:28666
addnode=45.77.129.203:28666
addnode=52.168.20.129:28666
addnode=54.39.20.230:28666
addnode=95.174.205.229:28666

This way it worked INSTANTLY. Thanks a lot for the help KUDOS to you.

I think the OP should add this to the new wallet. Other people could face my same problem.

Yep I had the exact same problem and doing the above is helping my sync back up too.
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February 05, 2018, 09:14:32 PM
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- snip -

On a side note I've held off on this one because everyone complained about how bad the wallet was and I've noticed that this wallet still draws around 8-15% of my CPU constantly.  Meanwhile I opened up a few other wallets and they only hit the cpu for 0-4 on the cpu.  Is there any reason for this?

While syncing it's normal for the wallet to use some CPU. You can't walk without burning some calories.
After that, the wallet will fly.
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February 05, 2018, 09:28:17 PM
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- snip -

On a side note I've held off on this one because everyone complained about how bad the wallet was and I've noticed that this wallet still draws around 8-15% of my CPU constantly.  Meanwhile I opened up a few other wallets and they only hit the cpu for 0-4 on the cpu.  Is there any reason for this?

While syncing it's normal for the wallet to use some CPU. You can't walk without burning some calories.
After that, the wallet will fly.

It's been fully synced for over an hour...
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February 05, 2018, 09:34:33 PM
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You can also open the console and type in addnode 128.199.135.156 add for each if you're bored.

I tried console to remove one stalling node (7s ping, no activity for 5+ minutes) using this syntax, but didn't worked :

addnode <ipaddress> remove
or
addnode <ipaddress:port> remove

just got error -24
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February 05, 2018, 09:47:10 PM
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LUX Team, thank you for your good work on the wallet. Please add the following update to the dark theme, as well as in the old wallet (white in dark). Thank You.
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February 05, 2018, 10:21:12 PM
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You can also open the console and type in addnode 128.199.135.156 add for each if you're bored.

I tried console to remove one stalling node (7s ping, no activity for 5+ minutes) using this syntax, but didn't worked :

addnode <ipaddress> remove
or
addnode <ipaddress:port> remove

just got error -24

You shouldn't need to include the port.  Try addnode IP add with that IP and then do the same with remove.

I shutdown the wallet and restarted and realized that typing the addnode for the list included earlier didn't keep them saved so you might actually have to do it all in the config file Sad
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February 05, 2018, 10:51:11 PM
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You can also open the console and type in addnode 128.199.135.156 add for each if you're bored.

I tried console to remove one stalling node (7s ping, no activity for 5+ minutes) using this syntax, but didn't worked :

addnode <ipaddress> remove
or
addnode <ipaddress:port> remove

just got error -24

You shouldn't need to include the port.  Try addnode IP add with that IP and then do the same with remove.

I shutdown the wallet and restarted and realized that typing the addnode for the list included earlier didn't keep them saved so you might actually have to do it all in the config file Sad

Nvm, I just think this is because peer list is not refreshed frequently. I just tried to remove a phantom Smiley
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February 05, 2018, 10:59:59 PM
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Is explorer on the right chain?
https://explorer.luxcoin.xyz/

https://whattomine.com - Check what to mine Smiley
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February 06, 2018, 12:02:20 AM
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Is explorer on the right chain?
https://explorer.luxcoin.xyz/
Either that explorer is on the wrong chain, or all the main pools are. It shows the last block as 177165, while the pools are currently trying to solve 176969.
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February 06, 2018, 02:13:35 AM
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That explorer is on the wrong chain

One of the new explorers - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/

Also please only use the following nodes in your conf file as they are all v4 - none of the previous ones are correct with 28666 as the port - the new v4 uses 26868 as the port

addnode=73.15.255.41:26868
addnode=88.88.9.196:26868
addnode=5.189.142.181:26868
addnode=87.121.21.87:26868
addnode=185.80.155.169:26868
addnode=24.8.183.131:26868
addnode=219.75.75.71:26868
addnode=217.174.57.125:26868
addnode=81.108.220.210:26868
addnode=95.31.27.38:26868
addnode=5.166.86.151:26868
addnode=18.96.7.166:26868
addnode=108.35.209.233:26868
addnode=43.255.112.21:26868
addnode=103.252.219.154:26868
addnode=176.32.5.50:26868
addnode=45.77.44.147:26868
addnode=207.246.96.37:26868
addnode=45.76.33.22:26868
addnode=108.61.208.4:26868
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February 06, 2018, 02:21:04 AM
Last edit: February 06, 2018, 02:33:06 AM by AzCrTe
 #1112

Please note Cryptopia is on the upgraded wallet v4.0.0- only transactions sent from v4.0.0 will be confirmed*. So please do upgrade to the latest version before you sent LUX to Cryptopia.

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Windows wallet - https://github.com/216k155/lux/releases/download/v4.0.0/lux-qt-wins.zip

Linux wallet - https://github.com/216k155/lux/releases/download/v4.0.0/lux-qt-linux.zip


If upgrading - please ensure you have a backup of your wallet.dat file!!!

Once you are completely sure you have a backup

1) Windows
a) Make another backup of your wallet - file - backup - save to a safe location
b) Stop v3.0.4 wallet
c) Delete all files except for the wallet.dat file in %appdata%/lux
d) Run the new v4.0.0 wallet


2) Linux
a) Make another backup of your wallet - file - backup - save to a safe location
b) Stop v3.0.4 wallet
c) Delete all files except for the wallet.dat file in .lux in your home directory
d) Run the new v4.0.0 wallet

3) MacOS
a) Updated wallet will be released in next 24hrs

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If you are solo mining - solo mining is disabled in v4. Please mine to a pool.

If you are mining to a pool - please make sure they are on the v4 wallet (you can check the block the pool is on - it needs to match the v4 explorer - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/

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Nodes if you need them

addnode=73.15.255.41:26868
addnode=88.88.9.196:26868
addnode=5.189.142.181:26868
addnode=87.121.21.87:26868
addnode=185.80.155.169:26868
addnode=24.8.183.131:26868
addnode=219.75.75.71:26868
addnode=217.174.57.125:26868
addnode=81.108.220.210:26868
addnode=95.31.27.38:26868
addnode=5.166.86.151:26868
addnode=18.96.7.166:26868
addnode=108.35.209.233:26868
addnode=43.255.112.21:26868
addnode=103.252.219.154:26868
addnode=176.32.5.50:26868
addnode=45.77.44.147:26868
addnode=207.246.96.37:26868
addnode=45.76.33.22:26868
addnode=108.61.208.4:26868
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February 06, 2018, 02:22:20 AM
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I started mining this afternoon on futurecoins and it shows the pending is 0.31754173 LUX.

How much time does it take or how much do I need to mine before I get a payout?  Balance still shows 0
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February 06, 2018, 02:26:55 AM
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futurecoins normally pays out every hour - all pool payments are on hold for the next few hours while the network stabilizes
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February 06, 2018, 02:39:17 AM
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bsod.pw is fixed and has 0% fee
lets make it great
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February 06, 2018, 02:44:43 AM
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futurecoins normally pays out every hour - all pool payments are on hold for the next few hours while the network stabilizes

Thanks - it has been on hold for awhile how - what's causing this instability? no miners?
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February 06, 2018, 02:48:17 AM
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all pools were asked to withhold payments for a few hours as we cut over to the new v4 as a precaution - payments from all pools will resume soon

please ensure you have upgraded to the v4 wallet
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February 06, 2018, 03:04:32 AM
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How long is this supposed to take to connect?  I have added nodes into the conf file and the wallet still just wants to sit there with the red radar dish and no connection.
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February 06, 2018, 03:10:47 AM
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How long is this supposed to take to connect?  I have added nodes into the conf file and the wallet still just wants to sit there with the red radar dish and no connection.

restart it, close and start again
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February 06, 2018, 03:16:54 AM
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Ah its working now good.  Thanks
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