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how exactly to run wallet on Linux?

this one? https://github.com/arionum/lightWalletCLI

any tutorial? specially with xampp  Grin
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how exactly to run wallet on Linux?

this one? https://github.com/arionum/lightWalletCLI

any tutorial? specially with xampp  Grin

In a Terminal, simply type ./lightArionumCLI.php balance
For a list of options, type ./lightArionumCLI.php help

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March 12, 2018, 01:55:31 PM
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ANNOUNCEMENT
As many have asked on what are we working on, as we've been rather silent, we'd like to inform you that we're currently working on the following things:
1. We've started discussions with several exchanges for listing ARO. We don't have any dates yet, as it does not depend on us, but the discussions have been initiated.
2. We're preparing to launch the alias system, allowing you to register an unique name for your wallet and be able to receive transfers on that alias.
3. An ARO Raffle will be launched soon, based on the aro blockchain with a trustless draw.
4. The Windows GUI Wallet's design is being remade by Deckard Coin
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March 12, 2018, 05:11:41 PM
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how exactly to run wallet on Linux?

this one? https://github.com/arionum/lightWalletCLI

any tutorial? specially with xampp  Grin

In a Terminal, simply type ./lightArionumCLI.php balance
For a list of options, type ./lightArionumCLI.php -help


but it's always want me to create new wallet each time i enter command. btw i am using xampp.
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how exactly to run wallet on Linux?

this one? https://github.com/arionum/lightWalletCLI

any tutorial? specially with xampp  Grin

In a Terminal, simply type ./lightArionumCLI.php balance
For a list of options, type ./lightArionumCLI.php -help


but it's always want me to create new wallet each time i enter command. btw i am using xampp.
Change permissions for the working directory so the app can write the wallet file. A sudo might work as well.
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Google Cloud Mining Guide

Due to popular demand I am writing this guide for Google Cloud Platform as a follow on from my Upcloud guide.

First of all, sign up for a free Google Cloud Account here - https://cloud.google.com/free/

This will give you $300 or £214 to play with.

Once you have signed up, you can convert your account to a paid account, as mining on free credit is against the T's and C's. This will give you higher CPU limits but you won't lose your free credit. To enable a billing account, click on Compute Engine, Create Instance, Enable Billing.

Once this is done you can now continue with my guide.  A WORD OF WARNING, DO NOT GO ALL GUNS BLAZING WITH GCP!! YOU DON'T HAVE TO FILL ALL YOUR INSTANCE SPACES ALL IN ONE GO. DO IT GRADUALLY AND YOU ARE FAR LESS LIKELY TO BE BANNED.

Sometimes you may be asked to verify your account after converting to a billing account. This is straightforward and nothing to worry about. Just send the required docs and you should be fine.

First things first, we are going to need to create an "Instance Template" -



Then we need to select "Create Instance Template" -



A new box will open with details of your instance. Click "Customise" -



Set the "Machine Type" to 1 CPU, 1Gb RAM and "Skylake" CPU -



Under "Boot Disk" select "Change" -



Select "Ubuntu 16.04" and then click "Select" -



Next click "Management,disks, neworking, SSH keys" -



Copy the following code - (REMEMBER TO USE YOUR OWN WALLET ADDRESS)

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#! /bin/bash
set -x #echo on
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk maven git gcc make -y
sudo apt-get install build-essential -y
cd
git clone git://github.com/Programmerdan/arionum-java
cd /arionum-java/arionum-miner
git checkout master
touch config.cfg
chmod 755 config.cfg
echo "pool
http://aropool.com/
65AkkjBs2arwbikYVDh3B57aeehzpVp9Xw69tgewj8y8stx9FjajNhxR5Y3D9vzjYGgPGzuXbf7xSKn 1C2i2DxFY
`nproc`
standard
true
`hostname`" > config.cfg
mvn clean package
chmod +x build-argon.sh
./build-argon.sh
chmod +x run.sh
sudo apt-get install tmux -y
tmux new-session -d -s my_session 'sh run.sh'

and paste it into the "Automation" box -



Next set the "Preemptibility" to "On" (we do this to keep costs as low as possible) -



Click "Create".

This will now have created the base for any instances you will now launch.

Now to actually create the instances.

First of all click "Instance Groups", then "Create Instance Group" -



Set the options to "Multi Zone" and use the drop down to select "us-west1" -





Select the drop down for the instance template to be used and you should see the template you just created -



Next, set the "Target CPU Usage" and "Minimum number of instances" to the following -



Finally leave everything else and click "Create" -



IMPORTANT-PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY!!!

Now, you are not quite done yet. You need to repeat the steps above to create another "Instance Group", but this time when selecting the zone, select the next one up, so in this case "us-east4". Go through the steps exactly the same as before, but all you are doing now is creating another 8 instances in a different zone, as you can only have one instance group per zone. Do this for all available zones. This will then create and launch 64 instances.

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Ok, depending on your needs, you can now create a new project by clicking your project name -



Then click the "+" sign here -



Give your next project a new name and then start from the beginning of this guide, "Create Instance Template".

You can have up to 5 projects in all whilst in the free trial, giving you a total of 5 x 64 instances = 320 instances total. The average h/s from a 1 CPU 1Gb RAM instance is around 2.5-3 h/s so you should get around 750-900 h/s using this guide.

A WORD OF WARNING!!! KEEP AN EYE ON "BILLING"!!!

That's basically it, if you want to view your instances to make sure they are working, click on "VM Instances" on the top left of the menu, select any of your VM's and click the "SSH" box to the right of it's name.

When the SSH console connects, simply type -

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sudo tmux attach

If tmux doesn't work for some reason (I have had trouble getting it to work lately on AWS and Google), simply type "top". This will bring a list of all running instances, and at the very top you should see "java".

Bear in mind, the server will need time to download and run the java miner, so give it a few minutes before checking on a VM.

That is basically it, if you have found this guide helps you, please consider donating to one of the addresses below. This testing and refining has taken me a whole lot of time and personal cost, however it is done for the benefit of ARO development and the ARO community.

Thanks for reading.

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March 13, 2018, 06:11:20 AM
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ANNOUNCEMENT
As many have asked on what are we working on, as we've been rather silent, we'd like to inform you that we're currently working on the following things:
1. We've started discussions with several exchanges for listing ARO. We don't have any dates yet, as it does not depend on us, but the discussions have been initiated.
2. We're preparing to launch the alias system, allowing you to register an unique name for your wallet and be able to receive transfers on that alias.
3. An ARO Raffle will be launched soon, based on the aro blockchain with a trustless draw.
4. The Windows GUI Wallet's design is being remade by Deckard Coin

Thanks for your update.
Glad to hear Dev already start to get an exchanger.
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March 13, 2018, 08:30:19 AM
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Version 0.9.4 of Ariocppminer (C++ CPU miner) is avalaible !

- Changes:
* MacOS support
* Statically linked binaries: no dlls, no extra package needed to run the miner
* Improved Linux version compatibility
* Show RAM usage, handle memory errors

- Windows / Linux / MacOS binaries:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/

- Sources / build instructions:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer

- How to use
ArioCppMiner.exe -a wallet_address -p pool_url (-h for more options)

Performance is equivalent to Java Miner and can be a bit faster on some systems
(ex: 4% faster on my i7-4960X, Windows10 64bits, AVX version)

Happy mining !




How to set up a thread? No response error is easy after running for a few hours
Application has stopped working prompt
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Version 0.9.4 of Ariocppminer (C++ CPU miner) is avalaible !

- Changes:
* MacOS support
* Statically linked binaries: no dlls, no extra package needed to run the miner
* Improved Linux version compatibility
* Show RAM usage, handle memory errors

- Windows / Linux / MacOS binaries:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/

- Sources / build instructions:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer

- How to use
ArioCppMiner.exe -a wallet_address -p pool_url (-h for more options)

Performance is equivalent to Java Miner and can be a bit faster on some systems
(ex: 4% faster on my i7-4960X, Windows10 64bits, AVX version)

Happy mining !




How to set up a thread? No response error is easy after running for a few hours
Application has stopped working prompt

Hello

The miner version 0.9.4 sometimes crash on Windows 10 after mining for a few hours (crash because of OpenSSL + multithreading).
This will be fixed in version 0.9.5 which is coming very soon
(miner version 0.9.3 does not have this issue)

Thanks
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Version 0.9.4 of Ariocppminer (C++ CPU miner) is avalaible !

- Changes:
* MacOS support
* Statically linked binaries: no dlls, no extra package needed to run the miner
* Improved Linux version compatibility
* Show RAM usage, handle memory errors

- Windows / Linux / MacOS binaries:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/

- Sources / build instructions:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer

- How to use
ArioCppMiner.exe -a wallet_address -p pool_url (-h for more options)

Performance is equivalent to Java Miner and can be a bit faster on some systems
(ex: 4% faster on my i7-4960X, Windows10 64bits, AVX version)

Happy mining !




How to set up a thread? No response error is easy after running for a few hours
Application has stopped working prompt

Hello

The miner version 0.9.4 sometimes crash on Windows 10 after mining for a few hours (crash because of OpenSSL + multithreading).
This will be fixed in version 0.9.5 which is coming very soon
(miner version 0.9.3 does not have this issue)

Thanks

I will try to new miner, seems like great updated related to new development and talking to exchange.
Very promising project and great team, very high hopes from the project.

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March 13, 2018, 07:19:22 PM
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ANNOUNCEMENT
As many have asked on what are we working on, as we've been rather silent, we'd like to inform you that we're currently working on the following things:
1. We've started discussions with several exchanges for listing ARO. We don't have any dates yet, as it does not depend on us, but the discussions have been initiated.
2. We're preparing to launch the alias system, allowing you to register an unique name for your wallet and be able to receive transfers on that alias.
3. An ARO Raffle will be launched soon, based on the aro blockchain with a trustless draw.
4. The Windows GUI Wallet's design is being remade by Deckard Coin

I should admit, this is a great piece of news!
Of course, I can bet that the most asked question will be when and which exchanged, but of course such things should not be disclosed up until they are really true. But still - any chance to hint us if at least the exchanges are big popular ones, or smaller, more niche ones? Smiley

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Version 0.9.5 of Ariocppminer (C++ CPU miner) is available !

Performance is equivalent to Java Miner and can be a bit faster on some systems
(ex: 4% faster on my i7-4960X, Windows10 64bits, AVX version)

- Changes for 0.9.5:
* Fixed crash on windows when mining for long periods
* Easy setup: on first launch, miner will ask for your address, pool etc. then save it to a config file (compatible with java miner)
* Relax mode: if enabled, this mode will cause the miner to freeze less your computer (but you may lose 1 to 2% hash rate)
* Improved messages when submitting nonce, now showing the share DL

- Windows / Linux / MacOS ready to run binaries:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/
Please take the time to take a look at the readme file included with binaries, especially the "Installation / Basic usage" part !

- Sources / build instructions:
https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer

- How to use (basic)
Just launch the binary and it will start the configuration process
IMPORTANT, Linux users, you need to install some packages before launching:
   * sudo apt-get install libssl-dev libcurl3

- How to use (advanced)
You can pass CLI parameters, for example:
   * ./arioCppMiner -a wallet_address -p pool_url (use -h to see more options)
Note that when you use CLI parameters, the miner will skip the configuration process,
this is useful if you use custom scripts to auto install / run the miner

Happy mining !
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Anyone knows how to get java miner to run in OS X.

I have the latest JRE environement installed for OS X, but clicking the .jar file, it does nothing.
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Anyone knows how to get java miner to run in OS X.

I have the latest JRE environement installed for OS X, but clicking the .jar file, it does nothing.

Then you need to either create a batch file with the following content: java -jar arionum-miner-java.jar (I am not sure how it is in MacOS with batch files though)

or

If that doesn't work, open a shell, go to the download folder, and run ./jar -java arionum-miner-java.jar (or the correct name of the path).

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Anyone knows how to get java miner to run in OS X.

I have the latest JRE environement installed for OS X, but clicking the .jar file, it does nothing.

Then you need to either create a batch file with the following content: java -jar arionum-miner-java.jar (I am not sure how it is in MacOS with batch files though)

or

If that doesn't work, open a shell, go to the download folder, and run ./jar -java arionum-miner-java.jar (or the correct name of the path).

java -jar ... starts, but it doesn't run properly, displays a lot of errors like:

Code:
at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:844)
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Error looking up function 'encode_ctx': dlsym(0x7fa250e16360, encode_ctx): symbol not found
at com.sun.jna.Function.<init>(Function.java:245)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:566)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:542)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:528)
at com.sun.jna.Library$Handler.invoke(Library.java:228)
at com.sun.proxy.$Proxy0.encode_ctx(Unknown Source)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.MappedHasher.go(MappedHasher.java:252)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.Hasher.run(Hasher.java:45)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.Executors$RunnableAdapter.call(Executors.java:514)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:264)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1167)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:641)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.AggressiveAffinityThreadFactory$1.run(AggressiveAffinityThreadFactory.java:85)
at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:844)
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Anyone knows how to get java miner to run in OS X.

I have the latest JRE environement installed for OS X, but clicking the .jar file, it does nothing.

Then you need to either create a batch file with the following content: java -jar arionum-miner-java.jar (I am not sure how it is in MacOS with batch files though)

or

If that doesn't work, open a shell, go to the download folder, and run ./jar -java arionum-miner-java.jar (or the correct name of the path).

java -jar ... starts, but it doesn't run properly, displays a lot of errors like:

Code:
at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:844)
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Error looking up function 'encode_ctx': dlsym(0x7fa250e16360, encode_ctx): symbol not found
at com.sun.jna.Function.<init>(Function.java:245)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:566)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:542)
at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:528)
at com.sun.jna.Library$Handler.invoke(Library.java:228)
at com.sun.proxy.$Proxy0.encode_ctx(Unknown Source)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.MappedHasher.go(MappedHasher.java:252)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.Hasher.run(Hasher.java:45)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.Executors$RunnableAdapter.call(Executors.java:514)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:264)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1167)
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:641)
at com.programmerdan.arionum.arionum_miner.AggressiveAffinityThreadFactory$1.run(AggressiveAffinityThreadFactory.java:85)
at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:844)

Ok, this is usually due to a change in config, ideally you would need to compile locally, but I am afraid I have no knowledge of doing that on OS x

If you installed Java after downloading the miner, try downloading it again and starting from scratch with the config file

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Looks great!
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Trying to mine with not overclocked Ryzen 1600...
11 h/s is normal for this CPU?

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Trying to mine with not overclocked Ryzen 1600...
11 h/s is normal for this CPU?

Sounds good, here is our benchmark page where you can compare - http://aropool.com/benchmarks

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Follow on from "sflaherty"'s excellent Digital Ocean guide

Ok, calling all small miners that would like an injection of h/s for absolutely nothing. I have been in discussions with Upcloud, a relatively new cloud compute company based in London and they have given me access to their servers for testing whilst the Java miner was being developed and released, and working alongside ProgrammerDan, a range of test conditions were setup.

While carrying out this research and testing, I found the interface that Upcloud uses very simple and easy to use. Whilst it doesn't offer the same options as some of the bigger companies like Amazon AWS and Google Cloud Platform, they certainly are trying and have been excellent with regards to support and advice.

With this in mind, I am providing a guide so that absolutely anyone can give themselves that added boost to their h/s for free.

First of all, it would be very much appreciated if you used the following link - https://www.upcloud.com/register/?promo=59R28E . This is a referral link that gives new sign-ups $25 free to try out their service. Yes, ARO does receive some credit also, but this is used to provide servers for software testing on Upcloud VM's. I do also pay out of my own money for server time. This link just helps absorb some of those costs.

Ok, once you have signed up you will be presented with your Dashboard page -

http://i68.tinypic.com/30hmvcx.jpg

First we need to do the important stuff like setting up startup scripts and SSH keys.

I will walk you through how to create and use SSH keys in both Windows and Linux.

For Windows

Download and install the required version of PuTTY from these links - 32-bit - https://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/w32/putty-0.70-installer.msi
                                                                                                                64-bit - https://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/w64/putty-64bit-0.70-installer.msi



Thanks for the tutorial @overlode

I have followed it but when I test if it works, it says "no sessions" (see screenshot below)

http://oi63.tinypic.com/2ef8fhi.jpg

Do you know what's wrong?

Thanks
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