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May 29, 2013, 07:01:12 PM
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May 29, 2013, 10:05:55 PM
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This is great!!! TY!

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May 30, 2013, 01:04:57 AM
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Verified working. I ran it in my sandboxed machine. Verified Hashes. Not yet verified PGP signature, but I'm sure someone else can verify it. (I'll do it later if no one does.)

I ran it to make my first compressed public vanity key.

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Address: 1DabsXmraEr18jdEryck8jzcFku873xmRf
Privkey: K*****

I am now going to change my default BTC address in signature... later or something.

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May 30, 2013, 01:27:39 AM
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For Windows XP version with compressed keys support.

Code:
2013-02-12  06:45 AM         1,553,920 cygcrypto-1.0.0.dll
2011-10-25  21:26 PM            80,910 cyggcc_s-1.dll
2012-12-02  21:38 PM           264,733 cygpcre-1.dll
2013-04-19  01:40 AM         2,862,841 cygwin1.dll
2013-05-09  14:21 PM            74,269 cygz.dll
2013-05-28  09:11 AM               288 md5sums
2013-05-28  09:11 AM               336 sha1sums
2013-05-28  09:02 AM           171,408 vanitygen.exe
               8 File(s)      5,008,705 bytes

type md5sums
8302cde3200c164893186c12dc0b2a93 *vanitygen.exe
dea20efb451b020e8caf501fd2fa621c *cygcrypto-1.0.0.dll
ff1396fa884db6433665e2232e3fe8ad *cyggcc_s-1.dll
f7f0a105630e489b3e28a4d7fcd31948 *cygpcre-1.dll
ec11de939e772ff4bb98f23eaf853046 *cygwin1.dll
eb298351125d6d1d244126c874a0e450 *cygz.dll

type sha1sums
f1d0233b2b8650f59929c2397e8c723df26402b2 *vanitygen.exe
b69917926572828e21304480d2521e6c4c585bc7 *cygcrypto-1.0.0.dll
a1c910ee00dd9d635d2abad40996e116e906aa85 *cyggcc_s-1.dll
19af0ca6d374c4430a3f08ebd068155848cac9a7 *cygpcre-1.dll
f0e4fca8716402be2f95f95d3d70d978a2727a01 *cygwin1.dll
5f5394b8affc03416befa54a5f953139d9f573f6 *cygz.dll

Just confirming the md5 and sha1 sums are as advertised. Confirming that the zip md5 and sha1 are also as stated.

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May 30, 2013, 01:39:57 AM
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Mr. salfter,

Where is your key that you used to sign this? I went to your website and this is the key I found:

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Key-ID: 586535F7
Fingerprint: 605237D2007C0B2F6C12D171DFF771D8586535F7

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I have a question, is the entropy source in Vanitygen reliable enough to use it as a simple Bitcoin address generator? Like just specify the pattern "1", the combination it then outputs, is it secure and not vulnerable?

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May 30, 2013, 05:57:08 AM
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I have a question, is the entropy source in Vanitygen reliable enough to use it as a simple Bitcoin address generator? Like just specify the pattern "1", the combination it then outputs, is it secure and not vulnerable?
its based on OpenSSL's, so yes it should be fine.

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May 30, 2013, 06:48:35 AM
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Mr. salfter,

Where is your key that you used to sign this? I went to your website and this is the key I found:

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Key-ID: 586535F7
Fingerprint: 605237D2007C0B2F6C12D171DFF771D8586535F7


Hmm...I need to fix that. :-| Look next to this post for the key I'm using now (begins with 9, not 5). You should be able to pull it from any keyserver.

Edited after posting: The correct key ID is 92C7689C.

Edited again: my website is fixed.  My current key is now at http://alfter.us/files/salfter.asc.

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I'm not very familiar with C but I was going through the source code. I wanted to know where the address is generated.
Like, suppose I run vanitygen and it finds an address I want, I wanna know the line that prints the address and its private key on the console.
Thank you Smiley

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I'm not very familiar with C but I was going through the source code. I wanted to know where the address is generated.
Like, suppose I run vanitygen and it finds an address I want, I wanna know the line that prints the address and its private key on the console.
Thank you Smiley
grep the source for printf Wink

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I'm not very familiar with C but I was going through the source code. I wanted to know where the address is generated.
Like, suppose I run vanitygen and it finds an address I want, I wanna know the line that prints the address and its private key on the console.
Thank you Smiley
grep the source for printf Wink

I found printf, I want to extract only the bitcoin address from it because the output contains the private key and another line as well. Anyone knows how to do that?

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I'm not very familiar with C but I was going through the source code. I wanted to know where the address is generated.
Like, suppose I run vanitygen and it finds an address I want, I wanna know the line that prints the address and its private key on the console.
Thank you Smiley
grep the source for printf Wink

I found printf, I want to extract only the bitcoin address from it because the output contains the private key and another line as well. Anyone knows how to do that?
many ppls know how to do this, but this is a so simple task so you can do it urself.

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I'm not very familiar with C but I was going through the source code. I wanted to know where the address is generated.
Like, suppose I run vanitygen and it finds an address I want, I wanna know the line that prints the address and its private key on the console.
Thank you Smiley
grep the source for printf Wink

I found printf, I want to extract only the bitcoin address from it because the output contains the private key and another line as well. Anyone knows how to do that?
many ppls know how to do this, but this is a so simple task so you can do it urself.

I can't seem to figure out the indexes in linebuf the address is stored in. Once someone tells me that, I'll figure out the rest myself. Smiley

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while running oclvanitygen -d 0 -p 0 -o output.txt 1R
results in
C:\Users\admin\Desktop\vanitygen_catalyst\32>oclvanitygen -d 0 -o output.txt 1R
Difficulty: 1353
Match idx: 0
CPU hash: b3b8b1f62fb59e659835af2b81238fd979ca7e15
GPU hash: 049ae2c66df6d65bb092caa95c759c0599542a13
Found delta: 7338843 Start delta: 1
[3.61 Mkey/s][total 7340032]                                                   M
atch idx: 0
CPU hash: 22c34ee82b97f5b8af8ec9c7d2b9cd3b2e2b0421
GPU hash: 04afbde26e27f40663e0ce86223409a873019ff1
Found delta: 7335852 Start delta: 1
[5.32 Mkey/s][total 14680064]                                                  M
atch idx: 0
CPU hash: 47aa2162ee34797c81c0799254d7b5b266e4d5f1
GPU hash: 049381dea7d7d0638e44a8f0d9f2bc6e10d3ca4c
Found delta: 7326918 Start delta: 1
[6.09 Mkey/s][total 22020096]                                                  M
atch idx: 0
CPU hash: 6635552c18744c27a9f1976801f8439e406abdc3
GPU hash: 04ae7a508a7e8087b54b0947d46186c8f330c875
Found delta: 7338098 Start delta: 1
[6.58 Mkey/s][total 29360128]                                                  ^


And it just goes on forever and ever. but if i do it with the cpu version it work for perfect in no time. i read through form and have not noticed any thing posted about this.


I've come across this too with a full uninstall of newer drivers (removal tool) and downgrading to 12.8.

The only solution I can use to avoid the loop above is to run in safemode with the -S flag.

This does run a lot slower than normal.... however it is still a lot faster than my CPU.
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June 04, 2013, 06:35:27 AM
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I found printf, I want to extract only the bitcoin address from it because the output contains the private key and another line as well. Anyone knows how to do that?

Why would you only want the address? It's useless without the private key too?

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June 04, 2013, 08:01:54 AM
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Sorry for the "basic" question...

Is there a way to have the results found within the Windows version using the -k command be sent directly to a file?


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Sorry for the "basic" question...

Is there a way to have the results found within the Windows version using the -k command be sent directly to a file?


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Use the -o switch. Like
vanitygen -k -o filename.txt 1Dabs

Then go to sleep. When you wake up, you have a text file with a bunch of private keys.

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June 04, 2013, 11:00:40 AM
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Thank you Dabs  Grin


Sorry for the "basic" question...

Is there a way to have the results found within the Windows version using the -k command be sent directly to a file?


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Use the -o switch. Like
vanitygen -k -o filename.txt 1Dabs

Then go to sleep. When you wake up, you have a text file with a bunch of private keys.
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June 04, 2013, 08:29:09 PM
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If anyone is interested in generating compressed vanity addresses, see this Pull Request.  salfter did the CPU side, and I commented with a link to my fork that includes his work and adds OpenCL support for the GPU side.  Please be careful and verify that addresses you generate using my changes are correct before sending money to them.

Just got a chance to try out your OpenCL changes.  On my Ubuntu box, the new changes work like a champ.  I'm still trying to get a 12.x driver on my Gentoo box, as 13.1 breaks oclvanitygen. I just brought x11-drivers/ati-drivers-12.10.ebuild back from the dead, updated with some patches that allow it to run with newer kernels.  I have ATI driver 12.10 running on Linux 3.8.13, and with the 7750 in this box, the compressed-key oclvanitygen works with the -S flag (which it's always needed).

I've integrated your oclvanitygen changes into my fork.

BTW, those of you with Gentoo mining rigs might want to look at my overlay.  In addition to the older ATI driver, I have a bunch of ebuilds for Bitcoin, Litecoin, and some other altcoins in there.  (Haven't gotten around to a vanitygen ebuild yet, though...should probably fix that.)

Edit: One thing I noticed is that your oclvanitygen only appears to find Bitcoin keys.  The original appears to have the same behavior, so your changes didn't cause a regression.  Try this:

Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -S -X 48 L

This should find a Litecoin key.  Instead, it runs forever. Is this a known limitation of oclvanitygen?

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June 05, 2013, 01:09:29 AM
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Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -S -X 48 L

This should find a Litecoin key.  Instead, it runs forever. Is this a known limitation of oclvanitygen?

Use
Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -S -X48 -i Light


You cannot have a space after the -X flag.

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