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July 09, 2011, 05:16:16 AM
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Just to be clear...

The upgrade / wallet update procedures are the same as with the last several bitcoin versions.  There is nothing special about updating to this release, versus past releases.

The advice posted in this thread is standard, general advice that you should always follow when updating:  back up your wallet (you are doing this anyway, right?)


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July 09, 2011, 07:57:28 AM
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mine was fine, wallet survived install

Same.

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July 09, 2011, 08:24:31 AM
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It looks like someone forgot to apply a bugfix present in 0.3.24-RC1 in RC3 and the final release.

See here:
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=24841.msg323892#msg323892
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=25515.msg324019#msg324019

I assume it wasn't checked into the main source tree.

Waiting for 0.3.24.1 now Smiley

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July 09, 2011, 08:26:50 AM
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These installs seem to be getting more complex.  I'll stick with 0.3.21.  Sad

WTF? Does it still ask you for ridiculous fees?

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July 09, 2011, 08:44:52 AM
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These installs seem to be getting more complex.  I'll stick with 0.3.21.  Sad

WTF? Does it still ask you for ridiculous fees?

When I got into bitcoin, a major selling point was "no fees".  I guess the greed got to them.

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July 09, 2011, 09:11:06 AM
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The upgrade went fine Smiley both on win vista 32bits and win7 64bits.

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July 09, 2011, 10:12:01 AM
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just tested it .. much better and responsive. The more important .. did not took 4 days to complete the chain.  Kiss
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July 09, 2011, 10:12:48 AM
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It looks like someone forgot to apply a bugfix present in 0.3.24-RC1 in RC3 and the final release.

See here:
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=24841.msg323892#msg323892
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=25515.msg324019#msg324019

I assume it wasn't checked into the main source tree.

Waiting for 0.3.24.1 now Smiley

Wait, it worked in RC1 but not RC3? RC1 did not have the fix applied.  RC3 (which is the same build as final, aside from some translations) did.

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July 09, 2011, 10:32:33 AM
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These installs seem to be getting more complex.  I'll stick with 0.3.21.  Sad

WTF? Does it still ask you for ridiculous fees?

When I got into bitcoin, a major selling point was "no fees".  I guess the greed got to them.

There never was the need to pay fees for bitcoin transactions. It was only that this specific client did not accept weird transactions from peers without fees to prevent spam. With Bitcoin you are free to use whatever client you want - and changed as you like.

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July 09, 2011, 11:29:14 AM
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Smooth install, noticeable improvements. Great work! Smiley

Patiently anticipating the wallet encryption patch, if its implemented right it will be a excellent addition.

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July 09, 2011, 12:10:57 PM
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Wait, it worked in RC1 but not RC3? RC1 did not have the fix applied.  RC3 (which is the same build as final, aside from some translations) did.
Well, I tested RC1 and it started without any problems.
Now I tried the final and I got the error message.
Out of curiosity, I also tried RC3 which failed too.

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July 09, 2011, 12:28:58 PM
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Wait, it worked in RC1 but not RC3? RC1 did not have the fix applied.  RC3 (which is the same build as final, aside from some translations) did.
Well, I tested RC1 and it started without any problems.
Now I tried the final and I got the error message.
Out of curiosity, I also tried RC3 which failed too.


What kind of error message?

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July 09, 2011, 12:34:42 PM
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Wait, it worked in RC1 but not RC3? RC1 did not have the fix applied.  RC3 (which is the same build as final, aside from some translations) did.
Well, I tested RC1 and it started without any problems.
Now I tried the final and I got the error message.
Out of curiosity, I also tried RC3 which failed too.

Very, very odd.  I guess I'll stop including that file and see if 0.4 works.  I really don't get why including that file does not work, but not including it does, but only on RC1 and I really dont feel like digging through MinGW headers to find out.  I don't think its nearly worth a 0.3.24.1 just to support Windows 2000, as you shouldn't be using a EOL OS ever (if you even remotely care about security).

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July 09, 2011, 01:09:40 PM
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What kind of error message?
The one here: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=24841.msg323892#msg323892

Very, very odd.  I guess I'll stop including that file and see if 0.4 works.  I really don't get why including that file does not work, but not including it does, but only on RC1 and I really dont feel like digging through MinGW headers to find out.  I don't think its nearly worth a 0.3.24.1 just to support Windows 2000, as you shouldn't be using a EOL OS ever (if you even remotely care about security).
I won't demand a release just for that Smiley I'm well aware that it's EOL, but well, it's running on that one machine just fine. It's just on to run a bunch of services 24/7; nobody really uses it for browsing. It looked like a pretty simple fix, that's why I suggested adding it.

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July 09, 2011, 01:22:29 PM
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I won't demand a release just for that Smiley I'm well aware that it's EOL, but well, it's running on that one machine just fine. It's just on to run a bunch of services 24/7; nobody really uses it for browsing. It looked like a pretty simple fix, that's why I suggested adding it.
Well, I tried, Ill try again with 0.4, if you are willing, PM me and Ill churn out a couple more builds for you to test so that its for sure fixed in 0.4.

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July 09, 2011, 02:09:07 PM
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For those of you who (1) can't wait for a Mac build, (2) trust a random stranger on the Internet to provide you with their copy of Bitcoin, (3) want the changes I've made to Bitcoin (Which I hope is setting required transaction fee to 0 for creating transactions and relaying), and (4) use a 64-bit Snow Leopard system, I've posted my build up at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16187822/Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg. I highly suspect that I'm the only person who wants this, but who knows?

MD5(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 6a55039636266301b445638c55fcacb3
SHA1(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 288493d1986f50cd0be7b0bbb1377dc103a8ca18
SHA256(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 89462c2889b76627e143caa974d13bffaf5c8bb59995d700538852ed430548cd
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July 09, 2011, 06:08:11 PM
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For those of you who (1) can't wait for a Mac build, (2) trust a random stranger on the Internet to provide you with their copy of Bitcoin, (3) want the changes I've made to Bitcoin (Which I hope is setting required transaction fee to 0 for creating transactions and relaying), and (4) use a 64-bit Snow Leopard system, I've posted my build up at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16187822/Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg. I highly suspect that I'm the only person who wants this, but who knows?

MD5(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 6a55039636266301b445638c55fcacb3
SHA1(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 288493d1986f50cd0be7b0bbb1377dc103a8ca18
SHA256(Bitcoin-0.3.24-pc.dmg)= 89462c2889b76627e143caa974d13bffaf5c8bb59995d700538852ed430548cd


While I appreciate the effort... I'm afraid I don't qualify for #1 or #2.

Thanks for posting it for others though Smiley

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July 09, 2011, 06:43:25 PM
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These installs seem to be getting more complex.  I'll stick with 0.3.21.  Sad

WTF? Does it still ask you for ridiculous fees?

When I got into bitcoin, a major selling point was "no fees".  I guess the greed got to them.

LOL, I know it shouldn't be necessary to understand all the inner workings of the Bitcoin concept in order to use it, but this statement is pretty hilarious in light of the facts.  There's nobody to whom "the greed" could "get".  The fees are an optional feature (i.e. you can still send transactions without them) with three related functions:
- DoS prevention
- incentivizing mining
- transaction priority management

The fees get paid to the miners who process your transaction, not "the man".

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July 09, 2011, 07:15:02 PM
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I dont know where bugreports is collected, so i post it here



#: ../../../src/ui.cpp:2681
msgid "&Open Bitcoin"
msgstr "&Открыть Bitcoin"

#: ../../../src/ui.cpp:2682
msgid "&Send Bitcoins"
msgstr "&Открыть Bitcoin"            <-- error
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July 09, 2011, 08:04:30 PM
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I dont know where bugreports is collected, so i post it here



#: ../../../src/ui.cpp:2681
msgid "&Open Bitcoin"
msgstr "&Открыть Bitcoin"

#: ../../../src/ui.cpp:2682
msgid "&Send Bitcoins"
msgstr "&Открыть Bitcoin"            <-- error

Basically this screen shows "Open Bitcoin" two times where it should be Open Bitcoin and Send Bitcoins in RU
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