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July 13, 2013, 10:36:33 PM
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does anybody know how to find the total hashrate (primerate)?
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July 13, 2013, 10:36:56 PM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0
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July 13, 2013, 10:38:48 PM
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is the expansion of collective knowledge enough?
No.

Any number of examples can be given where "expansion of collective knowledge" is a useless endeavor of no arguable benefit to either the individual nor mankind as a whole.

Please play again.

I.e., narrow the scope of your statement sufficiently and I might even agree with you.  Wink

Finding sufficiently large prime cunningham chains can be directly used in security to make effectively impossible to brute force encryption happen, until someone figures out a way to find prime factors of gargantuan numbers easily, finding larger primes means the ability to make more secure and robust encryption under the current popular encryption schema.

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July 13, 2013, 10:53:07 PM
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Where did all the blocks go Sad?
Seems like difficulty went up. I have 20 servers, they had near block per hour, and last several hours nothing
+1 this is quite concerning.  I have > 100k pps running and not a single block in the last 2 hours just doesn't seem right

How much u pay for server a day? Did you get profit?
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July 13, 2013, 11:24:22 PM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Any1 who understands from code checked it? account at sourceforge.ne created 2 hours ago.

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July 13, 2013, 11:34:02 PM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Any1 who understands from code checked it? account at sourceforge.ne created 2 hours ago.
It seems to be working, and giving high PPS, but I'm not sure if that equals to more blocks found.

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July 13, 2013, 11:36:57 PM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Any1 who understands from code checked it? account at sourceforge.ne created 2 hours ago.
It seems to be working, and giving high PPS, but I'm not sure if that equals to more blocks found.

here is something I read on reddit that scared me:
"Well without too much technicality, the custom miners can steal your wallet.dat which stores your Prime Coins, addresses, and private keys. Along with that, they can change the code to give you a higher, false PPS rate leaving you to believe that it works better but in the end, it's only mining for the creator.

So what most people suggest is running the custom miner in a VM for sometime and see what happens. If all goes smooth and nothing bad happens, it's probably safe to run it on your actual OS, not the VM. Another thing that is recommended is to always read the code (i.e. on github) to see if there's something fishy. You don't have to understand all of it, but if you think something is fishy then don't use it. "

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July 13, 2013, 11:40:00 PM
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No blocks in 2 days (v12), then 3 blocks in last 5 hours (0.1.1).

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July 13, 2013, 11:45:08 PM
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has anyone done a compare between Mikaelh and Sunny's source code?  That may give you the best hints as to whether it's good or not.  I may be kicking myself if it's too good to be true, but I've already gotten what i had in 4 days in the past hour.  Though that may just be odd luck since I've only had 6 blocks, and 3 on his client.

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July 14, 2013, 12:19:59 AM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Any1 who understands from code checked it? account at sourceforge.ne created 2 hours ago.
It seems to be working, and giving high PPS, but I'm not sure if that equals to more blocks found.

here is something I read on reddit that scared me:
"Well without too much technicality, the custom miners can steal your wallet.dat which stores your Prime Coins, addresses, and private keys. Along with that, they can change the code to give you a higher, false PPS rate leaving you to believe that it works better but in the end, it's only mining for the creator.

So what most people suggest is running the custom miner in a VM for sometime and see what happens. If all goes smooth and nothing bad happens, it's probably safe to run it on your actual OS, not the VM. Another thing that is recommended is to always read the code (i.e. on github) to see if there's something fishy. You don't have to understand all of it, but if you think something is fishy then don't use it. "
idk about stealing wallet but got 1 block since using it.
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July 14, 2013, 12:25:21 AM
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is the expansion of collective knowledge enough?
No.

Any number of examples can be given where "expansion of collective knowledge" is a useless endeavor of no arguable benefit to either the individual nor mankind as a whole.

Please play again.

I.e., narrow the scope of your statement sufficiently and I might even agree with you.  Wink

A primitive version of calculus was discovered a thousand years before its usefulness was known.  Theoretical physicists researching string theory know there is little real world application to what they're doing now.  That doesn't mean their research is a waste of time, there are countless examples of mathematical and scientific discoveries not having an immediate and obvious benefit until many years later.  Having said all that primes have a very real current benefit to modern encryption and authentication technology. 

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July 14, 2013, 01:45:57 AM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Mikaelh, I'm getting fatal errors when compiling it... :/
Ubuntu 13.04 64bits
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July 14, 2013, 01:51:20 AM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Mikaelh, I'm getting fatal errors when compiling it... :/
Ubuntu 13.04 64bits

Works fine on 13.04.

Make sure you've done this:

apt-get install libgmp-dev
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July 14, 2013, 01:55:21 AM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Mikaelh, I'm getting fatal errors when compiling it... :/
Ubuntu 13.04 64bits

Works fine on 13.04.

Make sure you've done this:

apt-get install libgmp-dev

Retrying now...thx Zalfrin, you're da man.
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July 14, 2013, 01:55:53 AM
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I have released my optimized version of the Primecoin client:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0

Mikaelh, I'm getting fatal errors when compiling it... :/
Ubuntu 13.04 64bits

That's descriptive.

Well, yeah, when I do the make upnps thingie, it throws a fatal error.
That's condescending...
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July 14, 2013, 02:12:42 AM
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Add "USE_UPNP=0" in the compile line. If that doesn't work try "USE_UPNP= ".
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July 14, 2013, 02:13:19 AM
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Add "USE_UPNP=0" in the compile line. If that doesn't work try "USE_UPNP= ".

use USE_UPNP= as USE_UPNP=0 still builds with UPNP but disables it per default

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July 14, 2013, 02:29:34 AM
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Add "USE_UPNP=0" in the compile line. If that doesn't work try "USE_UPNP= ".

use USE_UPNP= as USE_UPNP=0 still builds with UPNP but disables it per default

Hmmm, I'll try again in a while.

Another quick question, sorry for being a linux noob before anyone jumps at my neck.

I want to receive the funds as they come, in my wallet, and not have to importprivkey each time I mine a block.
How should I go about that? (using vps to mine)
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July 14, 2013, 02:49:14 AM
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Code:
getdifficulty
7.98816758

Just about to 8.  Remember that we're on a wacky logarithmic approximately base-30 scale for difficulty, so difficulty 8 is 30x harder to find a block as compared to difficulty 7.

My i5 failed to spit out anything for +72 hrs. I guess I have to check once a week from now on.
Most of my miners are i5 and I havent found crap either, I wonder if there is a bug for i5 miners, has anyone gotten a block on an i5?
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July 14, 2013, 02:51:13 AM
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Code:
getdifficulty
7.98816758

Just about to 8.  Remember that we're on a wacky logarithmic approximately base-30 scale for difficulty, so difficulty 8 is 30x harder to find a block as compared to difficulty 7.

My i5 failed to spit out anything for +72 hrs. I guess I have to check once a week from now on.
Most of my miners are i5 and I havent found crap either, I wonder if there is a bug for i5 miners, has anyone gotten a block on an i5?

I got one a half hour ago with mika's build. i5-2500k. First one in a day or two.
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