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August 28, 2014, 06:14:43 PM
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@ david, yes, it's normally addnode instead of connect. But to make sure, prior to the checkpoints and exclusions, connect will ONLY connect to the noted IP, whereas addnode will allow you to connect to as many peers as it can find.

That is in fact one way to make a test chain. Get the ip of the other guy's wallet, remove or comment out all addnodes, put in the connect statement for ONLY that wallet, and voila! new chain Tongue
Thanks for these explanations, stop believing that I know more than you do Smiley

By the way: I can't compile TEK's new version because it is looking for mingw-specific libraries (-lboost_system-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_filesystem-mgw48-mt-s-1_55  -lboost_program_options-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_thread-mgw48-mt-s-1_55). Sure, I could manually edit the makefile, but that's not the point of compiling from source to manually edit and I don't know how to commit a tekcoin-qt-linux.pro file (which should be updated manually everytime the tekcoin-qt.pro file would be updated).

I am using Manjaro (Arch-based, not a Debian-based Linux)
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Makefile:418: recipe for target 'Tekcoin-qt' failed

Can you confirm step 2 and step 4?

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August 28, 2014, 06:26:03 PM
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@ david, yes, it's normally addnode instead of connect. But to make sure, prior to the checkpoints and exclusions, connect will ONLY connect to the noted IP, whereas addnode will allow you to connect to as many peers as it can find.

That is in fact one way to make a test chain. Get the ip of the other guy's wallet, remove or comment out all addnodes, put in the connect statement for ONLY that wallet, and voila! new chain Tongue
Thanks for these explanations, stop believing that I know more than you do Smiley

By the way: I can't compile TEK's new version because it is looking for mingw-specific libraries (-lboost_system-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_filesystem-mgw48-mt-s-1_55  -lboost_program_options-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_thread-mgw48-mt-s-1_55). Sure, I could manually edit the makefile, but that's not the point of compiling from source to manually edit and I don't know how to commit a tekcoin-qt-linux.pro file (which should be updated manually everytime the tekcoin-qt.pro file would be updated).

I am using Manjaro (Arch-based, not a Debian-based Linux)
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Makefile:418: recipe for target 'Tekcoin-qt' failed

Can you confirm step 2 and step 4?
make sure you ran "qmake tekcoin-qt-linux.pro" an not "qmake tekcoin-qt.pro"

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August 28, 2014, 06:30:58 PM
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make sure you ran "qmake tekcoin-qt-linux.pro" an not "qmake tekcoin-qt.pro"
I did but it still contains references to mingw. I have to manually remove them after cloning, so my code is now three steps instead of one

Ideal one step
Code:
mkdir -p ~/cryptos && cd ~/cryptos && rm -rf TEK && git clone git://github.com/maxxine/TEK && cd TEK && qmake-qt5 Tekcoin-qt-linux.pro && make STATIC=1 -f Makefile && ln -s ~/cryptos/TEK/tekcoin-qt ~/Desktop/TEK

Present-day three steps
1. mkdir -p ~/cryptos && cd ~/cryptos && rm -rf TEK && git clone git://github.com/maxxine/TEK && cd TEK
2. edit Tekcoin-qt-linux.pro
3. qmake-qt5 Tekcoin-qt-linux.pro && make STATIC=1 -f Makefile && ln -s ~/cryptos/TEK/tekcoin-qt ~/Desktop/TEK

And the same goes for updates.

Ideal one step
Code:
cd ~/cryptos/TEK && git pull && qmake-qt5 tekcoin-qt.pro && make STATIC=1 -f Makefile

Present-day three steps
1. cd ~/cryptos/TEK && git pull
2. edit Tekcoin-qt-linux.pro
3. qmake-qt5 Tekcoin-qt.pro && make STATIC=1 -f Makefile

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August 28, 2014, 06:31:05 PM
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@ david, yes, it's normally addnode instead of connect. But to make sure, prior to the checkpoints and exclusions, connect will ONLY connect to the noted IP, whereas addnode will allow you to connect to as many peers as it can find.

That is in fact one way to make a test chain. Get the ip of the other guy's wallet, remove or comment out all addnodes, put in the connect statement for ONLY that wallet, and voila! new chain Tongue
Thanks for these explanations, stop believing that I know more than you do Smiley

By the way: I can't compile TEK's new version because it is looking for mingw-specific libraries (-lboost_system-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_filesystem-mgw48-mt-s-1_55  -lboost_program_options-mgw48-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_thread-mgw48-mt-s-1_55). Sure, I could manually edit the makefile, but that's not the point of compiling from source to manually edit and I don't know how to commit a tekcoin-qt-linux.pro file (which should be updated manually everytime the tekcoin-qt.pro file would be updated).

I am using Manjaro (Arch-based, not a Debian-based Linux)
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Makefile:418: recipe for target 'Tekcoin-qt' failed

Can you confirm step 2 and step 4?

step 2, yes. Step 4, it's always good to back up your wallet, but incorrect transactions will simply not confirm. If you're resyncing from zero or the uploaded blockchain, it shouldn't matter.

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August 28, 2014, 06:31:15 PM
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ok guy im new o the coin world , so pls help me , do i delete everything for tekcoin , but make a backup of wallet from file ; backup wallet . with result in a dat file

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August 28, 2014, 06:39:39 PM
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ok guy im new o the coin world , so pls help me , do i delete everything for tekcoin , but make a backup of wallet from file ; backup wallet . with result in a dat file


Yes, and if you search where the wallet.dat  is on your system you can find it by (on windows 7) going to start and then in the searchbar type:  %appdata%
You will find a map called: "roaming" In that map there is a map called Tekcoin. That's where the blockindex and the wallet.dat are.

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August 28, 2014, 06:42:55 PM
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ok guy im new o the coin world , so pls help me , do i delete everything for tekcoin , but make a backup of wallet from file ; backup wallet . with result in a dat file


Yes, and if you search where the wallet.dat  is on your system you can find it by (on windows 7) going to start and then in the searchbar type:  %appdata%
You will find a map called: "roaming" In that map there is a map called Tekcoin. That's where the blockindex and the wallet.dat are.



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here is a screenshot, backup the wallet.dat and keep a copy somewhere, before you mess around.
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August 28, 2014, 06:45:17 PM
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Thanks Biomech. Updated instructions:

1. (awaiting confirmation) We finally have a working TEK again - no more forks.
2. (confirmed) Do NOT start up the old client. Get the latest version instead (see OP). For Linux user, you must manually change Makefile to remove this character string several times: mgw48-. Also, the lastest code is not for the newer layout and does NOT yet integrate checkpoints.
3. (confirmed) Do NOT use the older blockchain. Sync everything from scratch (so, delete your /tekcoin folder EXCEPT your wallet, of course).
4. While you're at it, create a tekcoin.conf file like this one (thanks to oto3):
listen=0
connect=74.196.63.95
connect=75.90.67.140
connect=68.229.91.209
connect=108.59.185.202
connect=98.236.102.116
connect=75.91.15.240
connect=94.156.230.246
connect=212.21.68.60

Until further notice, use connect, not addnode.
6. (awaiting confirmation) If you want to have something closer to the advertised 40%, do NOT stake now (and thus, do not leave you wallet open more than for checking it works). Please note this is not an evidence that NVCS is really working as it should, only that under exceptional circumstances, it does sort work - but this is still not sure it works as intended. Presstab elaborated on this.
7. (awaiting confirmation) It would be good to check your wallet. Repair wallet and --salvage-wallet would make sense, but more explanations needed here

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August 28, 2014, 06:45:51 PM
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flubber, can you post your source for your pretty wallet? would like to get one made for Mac OSX

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August 28, 2014, 06:48:43 PM
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I have coins stuck in unconfirmed and i did repairwallet they are still there

How do i fix it?

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August 28, 2014, 06:50:37 PM
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Salvagewallet.  Repair won't do anything.

I have coins stuck in unconfirmed and i did repairwallet they are still there

How do i fix it?

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August 28, 2014, 06:51:40 PM
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OK, so I deleted all tek files except wallet.dat. I downloaded latest version (v2.0.1.0) from BCT thread and am now syncing. It states 508860 blocks currently. Is this correct? Thanks!
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August 28, 2014, 06:51:48 PM
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there is one user on the pool what is marked: unknown

i'hope he will setup a new account ...

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August 28, 2014, 06:53:59 PM
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Salvagewallet.  Repair won't do anything.
Can you explain the differences between repair wallet and salvage wallet?

Also, for everyone: repair wallet is a button in the GUI. salvage wallet, on the other hand, can only be access by command-line, with the --salvage-wallet argument. Could someone give the actual command line to enter?

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August 28, 2014, 06:55:29 PM
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Yea, what is up with that, we have a ton of hashrate, and blocks found but none seem to be registering for payout.  Are they all orphan?  Something else up?

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August 28, 2014, 06:57:10 PM
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ok all done , save wallet dat , deleted tekcoin , now where to get the correct blockchain


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August 28, 2014, 07:04:27 PM
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Open an admin command window and type:

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Prior to doing this, backup your wallet.  Repairwallet will only look to fill in missing pieces.  Salvagewallet will actually attempt to recreate your wallet.

Again... As a public announcement for the above command:

I can't stress the need to backup enough.  If you lose your coins because you can't be bothered to click one button and copy your wallet somewhere else don't come bitching to me.

Salvagewallet.  Repair won't do anything.
Can you explain the differences betwenn repair wallet and salvage wallet?

Also, for everyone: repair wallet is a button in the GUI. salvage wallet, on the other hand, can only be access by command-line, with the --salvage-wallet argument. Could someone give the actual command line to enter?

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August 28, 2014, 07:14:21 PM
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I will try it

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August 28, 2014, 07:17:04 PM
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I need some clarification,

when you type in getpeerinfo, you get the details from the peers.dat file. which is intern populated by the DNS on the network. But if you create a tekcoin.conf file and use connect instead of addnode, then it will ignore whatever is issued by the DNS/peers.dat and use the nodes in the tekcoin.conf file.

Is this correct? or am I mistaken??

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August 28, 2014, 07:17:10 PM
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guys which is the correct update file ,pls give link,rhanks

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