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April 17, 2014, 12:48:58 PM
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I've updated all my wallets to the latest version. So far so good. I had to redownload the blockchain and later clear orphans with the 'repairwallet' command, which is a good command people ought to know anyway. In the OSX version, the text and graphics don't fit properly inside the 'New', 'Load', and 'Unload' buttons, and upon first starting, the window needs to be resized so the 'Recent Transactions' text doesn't overlap—a superficial and low-priority issue, since the wallet functions properly. OSX compiling is quirky, I know. The Windows and Linux versions are fine.

Compared to the early Thundertoe wallet—and to nearly all other altcoin wallets—Hobonickels really stands out in terms of its features and development.

Keep up the great work, Tranz.
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April 17, 2014, 01:05:37 PM
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Compared to the early Thundertoe wallet—and to nearly all other altcoin wallets—Hobonickels really stands out in terms of its features and development.

This. My mint wallet is squirrely as fuck, repairwallet doesn't get rid of the orphans and now they're having a problem where you get this message that says it needs to sync ~10k blocks and won't go away because some people still haven't updated.

HBN wallet hasn't given me a single issue since day 1.
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April 17, 2014, 03:15:36 PM
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I've updated all my wallets to the latest version. So far so good. I had to redownload the blockchain and later clear orphans with the 'repairwallet' command, which is a good command people ought to know anyway. In the OSX version, the text and graphics don't fit properly inside the 'New', 'Load', and 'Unload' buttons, and upon first starting, the window needs to be resized so the 'Recent Transactions' text doesn't overlap—a superficial and low-priority issue, since the wallet functions properly. OSX compiling is quirky, I know. The Windows and Linux versions are fine.

Compared to the early Thundertoe wallet—and to nearly all other altcoin wallets—Hobonickels really stands out in terms of its features and development.

Keep up the great work, Tranz.

Mac wallet is being worked on by Unick right now, and I believe Tranz is going to be helping get everything sorted out in the near future. I think the original goal was to successfully compile the client for Mac for version 1.4 wallet. Now that has been accomplished, some of the bugs will be worked out over time.

And yes HBN has a great wallet. How many other coins have multi-wallet?

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April 17, 2014, 03:23:43 PM
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And yes HBN has a great wallet. How many other coins have multi-wallet?

AFAIK, I never saw another one!

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April 17, 2014, 09:56:48 PM
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I've updated all my wallets to the latest version. So far so good. I had to redownload the blockchain and later clear orphans with the 'repairwallet' command, which is a good command people ought to know anyway. In the OSX version, the text and graphics don't fit properly inside the 'New', 'Load', and 'Unload' buttons, and upon first starting, the window needs to be resized so the 'Recent Transactions' text doesn't overlap—a superficial and low-priority issue, since the wallet functions properly. OSX compiling is quirky, I know. The Windows and Linux versions are fine.

Compared to the early Thundertoe wallet—and to nearly all other altcoin wallets—Hobonickels really stands out in terms of its features and development.

Keep up the great work, Tranz.

Mac wallet is being worked on by Unick right now, and I believe Tranz is going to be helping get everything sorted out in the near future. I think the original goal was to successfully compile the client for Mac for version 1.4 wallet. Now that has been accomplished, some of the bugs will be worked out over time.

And yes HBN has a great wallet. How many other coins have multi-wallet?

Yes I will be able to trouble shoot the mac wallet, now that unick can compile and test. :-) I am still having issues with my dev box. So I am down for now.

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April 17, 2014, 11:09:32 PM
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We could improve some features on the mac wallet too, like notification "bubbles" (I don't know how to call them but the new bitcoin client and dodge client have it, looks like the bubble popup from windows but it's in the notification top right of the screen).

Also, I was talking with MystPhysX, and he suggested that the random crash of the mac wallet on some computer might be linked to the leveldb database (there was a bug on the bitcoin client 0.8.3 version I believe).

Since this a new feature for HBN, I taught it made sense.  What do you think about that Tranz?

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April 17, 2014, 11:14:49 PM
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also as i mentioned before if you close the wallet on the mac without quitting it

it won't come back on unless you quit it and restart it as it does not have hide/show feature when you right click on the wallet icon

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April 17, 2014, 11:28:08 PM
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also as i mentioned before if you close the wallet on the mac without quitting it

it won't come back on unless you quit it and restart it as it does not have hide/show feature when you right click on the wallet icon

correct I noticed that too, this should also be fixed

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April 18, 2014, 02:39:41 AM
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We could improve some features on the mac wallet too, like notification "bubbles" (I don't know how to call them but the new bitcoin client and dodge client have it, looks like the bubble popup from windows but it's in the notification top right of the screen).

Also, I was talking with MystPhysX, and he suggested that the random crash of the mac wallet on some computer might be linked to the leveldb database (there was a bug on the bitcoin client 0.8.3 version I believe).

Since this a new feature for HBN, I taught it made sense.  What do you think about that Tranz?


I was going to give this a shot.
https://github.com/rat4/blackcoin/commit/a9c889cedaa9f06779107f12eaab7383a9884d88

I used the newest version of leveldb, that was in btc .8.5. I didn't know the mac clients where getting random crashes. I just knew that sometimes the index becomes corrupt.  Only manifested it self after shut down/restart.

But yes, i assume they are related.



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April 18, 2014, 05:23:16 AM
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I was going to give this a shot.
https://github.com/rat4/blackcoin/commit/a9c889cedaa9f06779107f12eaab7383a9884d88

I used the newest version of leveldb, that was in btc .8.5. I didn't know the mac clients where getting random crashes. I just knew that sometimes the index becomes corrupt.  Only manifested it self after shut down/restart.

But yes, i assume they are related.

Well it's not really the same bug, the crashes I get is at startup. bitcoin's crashs seemed to happened some time after being running.  But it's still somewhat random as it happens on some machines and not others.  I have the same issue with 4 of the qt client I tried on the same machine.

I just assumed it could be related since it was a new feature, but then again might be something completely unrelated.

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April 18, 2014, 06:45:45 AM
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Hey guys, sorry if this is a stupid question but is there a reason Hobonickels doesn't have the kimito gravity well?

HBN has always adjusted the difficulty for PoS/PoW for every block since the beginning.  Changing to a more complex system to accomplish the same means is irrelevant.

Thanks for the answer, I am still trying to learn the ways in which coins/mining/different clients work Smiley
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April 18, 2014, 01:09:45 PM
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My mac wallets don't crash very often, but they do crash more than my windows and linux wallets. This applies not just to the hobonickels wallet, but most osx wallets in general. I don't know what the problem is, specifically, but I did notice that when I updated my osx bitcoin and litecoin wallets per this link, my bitcoin and litecoin wallets haven't crashed since. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=337294.0;all
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April 18, 2014, 01:21:16 PM
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I was going to give this a shot.
https://github.com/rat4/blackcoin/commit/a9c889cedaa9f06779107f12eaab7383a9884d88

I used the newest version of leveldb, that was in btc .8.5. I didn't know the mac clients where getting random crashes. I just knew that sometimes the index becomes corrupt.  Only manifested it self after shut down/restart.

But yes, i assume they are related.

Well it's not really the same bug, the crashes I get is at startup. bitcoin's crashs seemed to happened some time after being running.  But it's still somewhat random as it happens on some machines and not others.  I have the same issue with 4 of the qt client I tried on the same machine.

I just assumed it could be related since it was a new feature, but then again might be something completely unrelated.

I could be due to leveldb. Quick way to test it would be to try version 1.2, just see if it crashes. https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases/tag/1.2.2.3

It doesn't use leveldb.

MarketNeutral. I did look through that thread a while ago. I'll give it another once over.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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April 18, 2014, 02:13:57 PM
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I was going to give this a shot.
https://github.com/rat4/blackcoin/commit/a9c889cedaa9f06779107f12eaab7383a9884d88

I used the newest version of leveldb, that was in btc .8.5. I didn't know the mac clients where getting random crashes. I just knew that sometimes the index becomes corrupt.  Only manifested it self after shut down/restart.

But yes, i assume they are related.

Well it's not really the same bug, the crashes I get is at startup. bitcoin's crashs seemed to happened some time after being running.  But it's still somewhat random as it happens on some machines and not others.  I have the same issue with 4 of the qt client I tried on the same machine.

I just assumed it could be related since it was a new feature, but then again might be something completely unrelated.

I could be due to leveldb. Quick way to test it would be to try version 1.2, just see if it crashes. https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases/tag/1.2.2.3

It doesn't use leveldb.

MarketNeutral. I did look through that thread a while ago. I'll give it another once over.

Thanks, Tranz, but don't worry over it too much, as it still seems a minor issue. I've never had a HBN wallet crash on the latest iMac running osx 10.8, but on all my other macs, it's still prone to occasional crashing. I do push my macs hard 24/7, and they all have wildly different specs, so the issue could be anywhere.

Although I feel it's absolutely necessary for a cryptocurrency to have mac wallet binaries if it's to be taken seriously, it ought be a tertiary priority behind linux and windows.

You know how to pick your battles with source code better than I, so no worries on my end.  Smiley

I will have a go at testing the older 1.2 version, but I have no standard/control to test against, so I doubt I'll have anything meaningful to show for it. Still might be worth a try for fun, as I have some Mac Minis around the office that aren't earning their keep. OSX compiling is always an odyssey, isn't it? Shame on Apple for making things so esoteric and difficult for programmers. (I'm actually in the slow-going process of migrating all my company's various systems away from OSX and Windows and towards OpenBSD, Arch, and Mint. I try to stay neutral and pragmatic with operating systems, but open source is too important to ignore. No hate against windows or osx users though.)

For what it's worth, the latest version of HBN wallet running on Windows 7 seems to be the best performer of the lot. I've got it running on 4 very different win7 machines, and it runs fast and clean on all of them. It's also running fine on a Windows 8 machine.

Again, keep up the great work. And don't be surprised if hobonickels makes the leap to become a bona fide top-tier altcoin sooner than you think.  Wink
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April 18, 2014, 04:40:31 PM
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Hey, How many transactions are reasonable on a stake wallet? I got 2000 in 2 months and It was 100% CPU load with 4000 before - is it required to move hobos to a new stake wallet with a new version? Thanks
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April 18, 2014, 04:45:26 PM
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My HBN problems


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April 18, 2014, 04:46:39 PM
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Hey, How many transactions are reasonable on a stake wallet? I got 2000 in 2 months and It was 100% CPU load with 4000 before - is it required to move hobos to a new stake wallet with a new version? Thanks

You will want to combine blocks every so often to reduce cpu usage. See this link for some additional details. http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

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April 18, 2014, 04:59:55 PM
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Hey, How many transactions are reasonable on a stake wallet? I got 2000 in 2 months and It was 100% CPU load with 4000 before - is it required to move hobos to a new stake wallet with a new version? Thanks

You will want to combine blocks every so often to reduce cpu usage. See this link for some additional details. http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

Thanks for posting this!

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April 18, 2014, 05:08:24 PM
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It depends on your CPU and how many blocks your coins are spread out across. Tranz has said in the past that he consider 1000 to be about the threshold where he would consider starting to combine for efficiency's sake.

Myself, my coins are only scattered into a few hundred separate chunks at the moment and it barely touches my CPU usage. However, I am running an overclocked quadcore so your results may vary if you are using like, a sempron or something. When I get to around 1000 different pieces all trying to stake I will probably start to combine them.

Keep in mind you pay small fees and lose some coin age when you combine.
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April 18, 2014, 05:16:03 PM
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It depends on your CPU and how many blocks your coins are spread out across. Tranz has said in the past that he consider 1000 to be about the threshold where he would consider starting to combine for efficiency's sake.

Myself, my coins are only scattered into a few hundred separate chunks at the moment and it barely touches my CPU usage. However, I am running an overclocked quadcore so your results may vary if you are using like, a sempron or something. When I get to around 1000 different pieces all trying to stake I will probably start to combine them.

Keep in mind you pay small fees and lose some coin age when you combine.

The fee is next to nothing, I personally don't think twice about it. Also just a side point, I think what matters is not the total amount of blocks held in a wallet, but is more about how many blocks have stake weight.  But I could be wrong.

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