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September 21, 2014, 05:15:29 PM
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Could someone recommend a good TEK pool please.

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September 21, 2014, 05:26:45 PM
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Could someone recommend a good TEK pool please.

The best way to put your mining rig at work at some Multipool.. like Nicehash or Westhash (eu or us) and  then send BTC from this multipool to the exchange and Open The BUY ORDER for TEKCOIN. You will get more tekcoin then direct pool mining. Just an idea... Smiley

This way you will help the coin to get some more trading volume and will be positive for the coin price.
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I am down to help test, and be more involved. Some of us have a lot riding on this coin. (We believe in it and want it to succeed!!!)

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September 21, 2014, 10:25:19 PM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

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September 21, 2014, 11:40:00 PM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Seriously? I'm running it on windows 8.1, by far the worst implementation of windows, and I've got no problems.

As for the POS diff, it's probably going to require another fork. Things got borked, and unborking them is not as simple as it first seemed. Or so the smarter people tell me Tongue

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September 21, 2014, 11:44:15 PM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Get rid of the AV software, they are useless. Or you could add the TEK.exe file to the ignore list in the AV settings. The TEK wallet works like any other wallet, how is it not Windows user friendly?

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September 21, 2014, 11:48:44 PM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Seriously? I'm running it on windows 8.1, by far the worst implementation of windows, and I've got no problems.

As for the POS diff, it's probably going to require another fork. Things got borked, and unborking them is not as simple as it first seemed. Or so the smarter people tell me Tongue

I'm on windows 7 home premium . At first AV DECTECT AS VIRUS TROGEN , but now detected as malware . Was using free AV 360 , changed to bull guard paid AV , same results on all 3 computers I have access to ! Is there an api to get pos diff ?

1 : Please fix this coin I think it can do better than blackcoin,
2 : and the part mint for charity link I totally agree , look what it did for blackcoin in China

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September 21, 2014, 11:54:39 PM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Get rid of the AV software, they are useless. Or you could add the TEK.exe file to the ignore list in the AV settings. The TEK wallet works like any other wallet, how is it not Windows user friendly?

Thanks for input , but you do what you like with your PC , I had my funds stolen from liberty reserve . So no internet AV not an option, beside the old tek wallets did not act up. Even after I added the line to cancel irc , same results virus + malware

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September 22, 2014, 01:00:46 AM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Get rid of the AV software, they are useless. Or you could add the TEK.exe file to the ignore list in the AV settings. The TEK wallet works like any other wallet, how is it not Windows user friendly?

Thanks for input , but you do what you like with your PC , I had my funds stolen from liberty reserve . So no internet AV not an option, beside the old tek wallets did not act up. Even after I added the line to cancel irc , same results virus + malware

The most secure way would be to compile your own for windows or maybe a linux vm. The new gui changes are not pushed to the source. Anyone concerned about this compile can possibly ask flubber about it though many have stated its just a old known false positive issue with some coins, he is the one who built the new gui and compiled that version.

Windows compiling is a total pain in the ass for most people and usually takes a bit of begging, or bribing with bounties to get one knocked out... and then of course you still are putting faith in that person who did the compile to not mess with it somehow.
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September 22, 2014, 01:00:57 AM
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pos diff 0.001574 less than 5%, waited 30 days for this , is there easy way to get pos difff , without open wallet to check , im on windows have to disable AV do clean install than can open wallet , but after i turn my AV on , it deletes tek , tek is very not user friendly to windows user

Get rid of the AV software, they are useless. Or you could add the TEK.exe file to the ignore list in the AV settings. The TEK wallet works like any other wallet, how is it not Windows user friendly?

Thanks for input , but you do what you like with your PC , I had my funds stolen from liberty reserve . So no internet AV not an option, beside the old tek wallets did not act up. Even after I added the line to cancel irc , same results virus + malware

Of course one shouldn't take the word of some dude on the Internet, but I do know the gentlemen who coded the new wallet. I'm not sure what's setting off the AV, but the wallet is fine.

Or you could compile it yourself. I don't know how to do that in Windows, and I'm not being a smartass. I only use windows on my laptop, which while travelling, I had my most important wallets on. I usually run ubuntu, and I compile my wallets. I know they ain't got no hitchhikers that way. You could run it in a VM, too, which gives you an additional layer of protection.

Windows defender don't trigger on it. I'm not using anything else at the moment, so I really haven't a clue. Wish I did.

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AVware   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT   20140908
Fortinet   W32/IRCBot.ECI!tr   20140908
Ikarus   Trojan.Win32.IRCBot   20140908
Kaspersky   Trojan.Win32.IRCbot.eci   20140908
McAfee   Artemis!0A4555953561   20140908
McAfee-GW-Edition   Artemis   20140908
Qihoo-360   Win32/Trojan.BO.17c   20140908
VBA32   Trojan.IRCbot   20140908
VIPRE   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT


All false positives.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/1fbace802455f4efb1f18932ec82a8566c4c045b40637de97fe515039cdd9f96/analysis/


Also how would an AV software keep the funds you had at Liberty Exchange safe?

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AVware   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT   20140908
Fortinet   W32/IRCBot.ECI!tr   20140908
Ikarus   Trojan.Win32.IRCBot   20140908
Kaspersky   Trojan.Win32.IRCbot.eci   20140908
McAfee   Artemis!0A4555953561   20140908
McAfee-GW-Edition   Artemis   20140908
Qihoo-360   Win32/Trojan.BO.17c   20140908
VBA32   Trojan.IRCbot   20140908
VIPRE   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT


All false positives.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/1fbace802455f4efb1f18932ec82a8566c4c045b40637de97fe515039cdd9f96/analysis/


Thank you - I think yours is the first post that offers external support for the assertion that these are false positives.

Alas, I am not yet ready to trust the new Windows compiled version enough to turn off my AV and run my TEK wallet again (I miss it though).

Here is why:

1. The code is, of course, compiled, so I can not see what is in it for myself.

2. The only sources of reassurance posted are from other people who can not see what is in it for themselves.

3. The posts of reassurance (not yours) typically say it is just like all the other qt implementations and that they all trigger false positives, but this is patently false. I routinely run many of them and the new TEK is the only one that triggers virus alerts on my machine.

4. The AV alerts for TEK started with this latest version - it was fine before. I have repeatedly requested information about what changed, and there continues to be silence in response. This is very off-putting and of course makes me all the more wary.

5. Some posters have said that the specific IRC code that is causing the alarms is not needed anyway. If so, all this angst could be avoided easily.

6. Thundertoe posted that it is inconvenient to compile for Windows. So it is, but that is hardly a reason not to do it, imho, if the intent is to nurture a coin in a very crowded field of competitors.

Again, thank you for the link - it is definitely a useful item and may be ample reassurance for some Windows users.

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September 22, 2014, 12:22:55 PM
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I am down to help test, and be more involved. Some of us have a lot riding on this coin. (We believe in it and want it to succeed!!!)

Ditto here! I'm willing to help with the testing effort...
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AVware   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT   20140908
Fortinet   W32/IRCBot.ECI!tr   20140908
Ikarus   Trojan.Win32.IRCBot   20140908
Kaspersky   Trojan.Win32.IRCbot.eci   20140908
McAfee   Artemis!0A4555953561   20140908
McAfee-GW-Edition   Artemis   20140908
Qihoo-360   Win32/Trojan.BO.17c   20140908
VBA32   Trojan.IRCbot   20140908
VIPRE   Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT


All false positives.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/1fbace802455f4efb1f18932ec82a8566c4c045b40637de97fe515039cdd9f96/analysis/


Thank you - I think yours is the first post that offers external support for the assertion that these are false positives.

Alas, I am not yet ready to trust the new Windows compiled version enough to turn off my AV and run my TEK wallet again (I miss it though).

Here is why:

1. The code is, of course, compiled, so I can not see what is in it for myself.

2. The only sources of reassurance posted are from other people who can not see what is in it for themselves.

3. The posts of reassurance (not yours) typically say it is just like all the other qt implementations and that they all trigger false positives, but this is patently false. I routinely run many of them and the new TEK is the only one that triggers virus alerts on my machine.

4. The AV alerts for TEK started with this latest version - it was fine before. I have repeatedly requested information about what changed, and there continues to be silence in response. This is very off-putting and of course makes me all the more wary.

5. Some posters have said that the specific IRC code that is causing the alarms is not needed anyway. If so, all this angst could be avoided easily.

6. Thundertoe posted that it is inconvenient to compile for Windows. So it is, but that is hardly a reason not to do it, imho, if the intent is to nurture a coin in a very crowded field of competitors.

Again, thank you for the link - it is definitely a useful item and may be ample reassurance for some Windows users.

The whole world is watching (or at least the few who use Windows).                      Wink

I can't speak for others, but this is one of the many reasons that I have mostly switched away from windows. I don't own this laptop, so it's running windows, but my main machine only has windows in a VM. In Ubuntu, I have all the wallets that I use, which is a fair number, and I compiled all of them.

I'm going to learn how to do it in windows. I don't know when, as I have a lot going on, but hopefully before the next major update. Once I have it figured out, I'll post up a step by step guide for it here. It's fairly easy in Linux, but I imagine Windows has a number of deliberately difficult steps, because that's the nature of the beast. I'd like to be pleasantly surprised and find it as easy as Linux.

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pos diff still at 0.0015 when will it come down  Angry Angry Angry
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biomech pls post how to run vm in windows

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biomech pls post how to run vm in windows

Download either VMware player (my favorite) or virtual box. Follow the install instructions. Once the VM is installed, create a new virtual machine (it's a button) follow the guide, download an .iso image from ubuntu or your favorite Linux flavor, and install it like any other computer. After first boot, you usually have to install vmware tools (it tells you how) or some other support packages for virtual box in order for the display and network stuff to work correctly. It was actually harder to type this than to do it. It's not an outrageous process.

The only caveats I would offer is that if you have a multicore machine, set your vm to use only one or two cores, or it will massively slow down your host. But I can run ubuntu on a single core on this little 2 core laptop with little trouble, as long as the vm is set to pretty minimal levels. For wallets, that's fine. After they sync, they aren't terribly resource heavy.

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Also how would an AV software keep the funds you had at Liberty Exchange safe?
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the guy upload my whole c drive , system image it n was able to get all my passwords ,i had no av at that time

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Also how would an AV software keep the funds you had at Liberty Exchange safe?

the guy upload my whole c drive , system image it n was able to get all my passwords ,i had no av at that time
[/quote] shit, that's some ugly stuff man Sad No wonder you're paranoid. I would be too.

I don't store passwords on the machine, or very rarely. I have 'em on a flash drive, and it's encrypted six ways from sunday. I'm not fond of AV software. It tends to fuck with anything not microsoft endorsed, which is the majority of what I do. I just am careful with what is exposed to the net.

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