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May 08, 2014, 08:57:21 PM
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Unfortunately it is doing that all the time  Sad I have libboost 1.54...do you think it is worth to try upgrading to 1.55?

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May 08, 2014, 10:20:13 PM
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Unfortunately it is doing that all the time  Sad I have libboost 1.54...do you think it is worth to try upgrading to 1.55?

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Hello Carloss. Does this happen only during initial synchronization with the network? Or all the time.

If all the time, there is a known bug in older version of boost, which can cause the wallet to go out of sync.  I am using 1.55 without any issues.

If it is only during the initial block chain download, then restarting once should be more then enough. I occasionally have to do this when doing the init sync. But even on my Pi, I didn't have to do it once. I just started it up and let it go..

Its worth a shot. If this doesn't fix it, let us know. Might need to run the client in -debug mode and give me a bigger log file to help diagnose it.  So far this is the first of this specific situation happening.

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May 08, 2014, 10:33:45 PM
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I've had 2 crashes in the same situation, trying to send a transaction and the client quits

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terminating with uncaught exception of type std::length_error: basic_string::_S_create

it's not a big deal, just wanted to mention it

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May 08, 2014, 11:21:58 PM
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Anyone else happy HBN is going down? Makes me feel like my BTC is going a much further way.
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May 08, 2014, 11:28:28 PM
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Anyone else happy HBN is going down? Makes me feel like my BTC is going a much further way.

I am. Anyone who is mining on the hashco.ws multipool is loving it too.
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May 08, 2014, 11:38:43 PM
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I'm definitely buying at these prices.

Received a stake of almost 900 HBN this morning. Still compounding!  Cool
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May 08, 2014, 11:39:38 PM
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I think prices will drop a little more. I will be buying back soon too.
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May 08, 2014, 11:50:38 PM
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I've had 2 crashes in the same situation, trying to send a transaction and the client quits

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Application Specific Information:
abort() called
terminating with uncaught exception of type std::length_error: basic_string::_S_create

it's not a big deal, just wanted to mention it

Which OS is this? And is your wallet encrypted?

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May 09, 2014, 01:18:04 AM
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I'm definitely buying at these prices.

Received a stake of almost 900 HBN this morning. Still compounding!  Cool

wow how many u got for such stake?

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May 09, 2014, 01:40:21 AM
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I've had 2 crashes in the same situation, trying to send a transaction and the client quits

Code:
Application Specific Information:
abort() called
terminating with uncaught exception of type std::length_error: basic_string::_S_create

it's not a big deal, just wanted to mention it

Which OS is this? And is your wallet encrypted?


I thought I mentioned it  Roll Eyes

It's OS X (Mavericks) and yes it's encrypted

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May 09, 2014, 01:59:39 AM
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I've had 2 crashes in the same situation, trying to send a transaction and the client quits

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Application Specific Information:
abort() called
terminating with uncaught exception of type std::length_error: basic_string::_S_create

it's not a big deal, just wanted to mention it

Which OS is this? And is your wallet encrypted?


I thought I mentioned it  Roll Eyes

It's OS X (Mavericks) and yes it's encrypted

Hmm ok.

I think there is still a small bug, that if the wallet is encrypted but unlocked, and you send coins. It first locks the wallet, but still tries to run stake. If you don't type in your password quickly enough, the wallet could crash.   If you cancel it, it simply locks the wallet and stops the stake.

A work around, would be to lock the wallet manually first, then send the coins, then unlock when done. Or you could use the rpc command walletpassphrase without the mintonly switch. This will allow all sends, without first locking the wallet, and prompting for password.

I have only thought this could be the case, but didn't see a real world issue till now. I'll look more closely at this.

Thanks unick.

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May 09, 2014, 03:14:02 AM
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I've had 2 crashes in the same situation, trying to send a transaction and the client quits

Code:
Application Specific Information:
abort() called
terminating with uncaught exception of type std::length_error: basic_string::_S_create

it's not a big deal, just wanted to mention it

Which OS is this? And is your wallet encrypted?


I thought I mentioned it  Roll Eyes

It's OS X (Mavericks) and yes it's encrypted

Hmm ok.

I think there is still a small bug, that if the wallet is encrypted but unlocked, and you send coins. It first locks the wallet, but still tries to run stake. If you don't type in your password quickly enough, the wallet could crash.   If you cancel it, it simply locks the wallet and stops the stake.

A work around, would be to lock the wallet manually first, then send the coins, then unlock when done. Or you could use the rpc command walletpassphrase without the mintonly switch. This will allow all sends, without first locking the wallet, and prompting for password.

I have only thought this could be the case, but didn't see a real world issue till now. I'll look more closely at this.

Thanks unick.

Ok, it happened twice but I didn't pay attention to what was happening, I just noticed the crash report!

Like I said it's no big deal, I will try and see if I can reproduce the error keeping in mind what you just said.

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May 09, 2014, 01:45:21 PM
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Has anyone else using the Windows wallet noticed that it doesn't open fast anymore? When Tranz first released the update where he said he had addressed a problem that was slowing the loading process, my wallet opened lightning fast at first - I think like 10-20 seconds.

My computer had to be restarted yesterday and I noticed the hbn wallet took a really long time to open.
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May 09, 2014, 06:11:54 PM
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Anyone else happy HBN is going down? Makes me feel like my BTC is going a much further way.

Just bought a block at 29000:) Stake baby for you daddy:]

                                 
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May 10, 2014, 02:05:09 AM
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Has anyone else using the Windows wallet noticed that it doesn't open fast anymore? When Tranz first released the update where he said he had addressed a problem that was slowing the loading process, my wallet opened lightning fast at first - I think like 10-20 seconds.

My computer had to be restarted yesterday and I noticed the hbn wallet took a really long time to open.

it works really fine for me - 15 to 20 secs to open on WinXPsp3/dual pentium 3ghz

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May 10, 2014, 02:07:13 AM
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Has anyone else using the Windows wallet noticed that it doesn't open fast anymore? When Tranz first released the update where he said he had addressed a problem that was slowing the loading process, my wallet opened lightning fast at first - I think like 10-20 seconds.

My computer had to be restarted yesterday and I noticed the hbn wallet took a really long time to open.

it works really fine for me - 15 to 20 secs to open

Yes, the only time it is slow, is if you set it to start up with Windows.  I think windows simply limits the CPU usage until all other process are loaded. I notice the same thing with BitCoin Core as well.

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May 10, 2014, 03:55:57 AM
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Hi everyone,

I wanted to buy TEKcoin but with such an outragrous price, I will buy HoboNickel instead. I'm done with day-trading, I lost to much real money woth this. Just buy, keen enjoy. Time to settle down. And maybe, in time, I will get my money back :-)

Tranz, I wanted to thank you for the multiwallet. I am escrow for Mintcoin and I would really need a wallet - unfortunately, dev on mintcoin is not as was as it could be, so I'm stuck with guessing. Maybe one day the multiwallet will be ported to MINT.

I would like to ask a question: both TEK and HBN date from 2013 and still the forum doesn't have that much post (not even 100). Newer coins have pagination in the hundred (700 for MINT, already almost 300 for SHARE, 1500 for BC...

How do you explain that? I know this is not lack of popularity so what? New coins, new mindsets?

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May 10, 2014, 04:00:52 AM
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Unfortunately it is doing that all the time  Sad I have libboost 1.54...do you think it is worth to try upgrading to 1.55?
Perfect tutorial here for libboost 1.55

https://coderwall.com/p/0atfug
Thank you, superresistant. I was curious about this as well.
And the "one file" version Smiley
http://monero.cc/blog/new-script-to-easily-install-boost/

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May 10, 2014, 12:13:23 PM
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Hi everyone,

I wanted to buy TEKcoin but with such an outragrous price, I will buy HoboNickel instead. I'm done with day-trading, I lost to much real money woth this. Just buy, keen enjoy. Time to settle down. And maybe, in time, I will get my money back :-)

Tranz, I wanted to thank you for the multiwallet. I am escrow for Mintcoin and I would really need a wallet - unfortunately, dev on mintcoin is not as was as it could be, so I'm stuck with guessing. Maybe one day the multiwallet will be ported to MINT.

I would like to ask a question: both TEK and HBN date from 2013 and still the forum doesn't have that much post (not even 100). Newer coins have pagination in the hundred (700 for MINT, already almost 300 for SHARE, 1500 for BC...

How do you explain that? I know this is not lack of popularity so what? New coins, new mindsets?

the old coins for the most part avoided un-needed hype.

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May 11, 2014, 01:19:25 PM
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Hi everyone,

I wanted to buy TEKcoin but with such an outragrous price, I will buy HoboNickel instead. I'm done with day-trading, I lost to much real money woth this. Just buy, keen enjoy. Time to settle down. And maybe, in time, I will get my money back :-)

Tranz, I wanted to thank you for the multiwallet. I am escrow for Mintcoin and I would really need a wallet - unfortunately, dev on mintcoin is not as was as it could be, so I'm stuck with guessing. Maybe one day the multiwallet will be ported to MINT.

I would like to ask a question: both TEK and HBN date from 2013 and still the forum doesn't have that much post (not even 100). Newer coins have pagination in the hundred (700 for MINT, already almost 300 for SHARE, 1500 for BC...

How do you explain that? I know this is not lack of popularity so what? New coins, new mindsets?

the old coins for the most part avoided un-needed hype.
Agreed, most of the pages on those threads, are 1 or 2 lines, or 2 people arguing back and forth for page after page.  I'm glad this is shorter, and has a bit more substance.

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