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March 02, 2014, 05:33:34 AM
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So I've been having trouble setting up a node under Debian.

This is the error I get after 0.8.3 starts:

./run.sh: line 1:  3004 Killed                  java -Xmx1024M -cp nxt.jar:lib/*:conf nxt.Nxt

Help is appreciated.

did you use apt-get to install java?  give us output from "uname -a" and "which java" and "java -version"

uname: Linux 5inko.2 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.41-2+deb7u2 x86_64 GNU/Linux

which java: /usr/bin/java

java version "1.7.0_25"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.10) (7u25-2.3.10-1~deb7u1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

thanks in advanced, need to learn me some more linux.

I'm also using OpenJDK 1.7.0 but on Ubuntu.  How much RAM does your machine have?


Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.
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March 02, 2014, 05:34:04 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.

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The way I see this working is that from the client you can directly mint new NXTcash, in increments of 100NXT. This will create private files that are encrypted and stored on your computer (and USB backup). Now the files on your USB are just like cash. You can then go to any other computer and launch the NXTcash spending app. You tell it what NXT acct (different one) to fund with the private files on USB.

At this point, we can go in two possible ways, one way is to have the new NXT acct funded with NXT, or it could be NXTcash asset. We are assessing the tradeoffs between the two approaches, but either way, funds have gone from the initial acct to the new account, without any identifiable information being leaked!

What you do with your NXTcash is your business. Anything you do from the alter-ego acct is all publicly viewable, but the key is that nobody can identify who is controlling that new account.

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March 02, 2014, 05:36:57 AM
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Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.

Remove "-Xmx1024M". Don't add any Xmx. For VPS it is the best variant.

Btw, managing node can be automated in 2 ways: (1) (2).

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March 02, 2014, 05:45:25 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.
...

Sounds like you're talking about using another chain for the zero-knowledge proofs and putting the hash (pointer) of the ZK block in the Nxt blockchain via AM, effectively using the PoS of Nxt to secure the second chain, no?


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March 02, 2014, 05:51:42 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.
...

Sounds like you're talking about using another chain for the zero-knowledge proofs and putting the hash (pointer) of the ZK block in the Nxt blockchain via AM, effectively using the PoS of Nxt to secure the second chain, no?


In essence yes, but with some differences. I want to get confirmation from the team that I am not crazy before disclosing more details though Smiley

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March 02, 2014, 05:55:58 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.
...

Sounds like you're talking about using another chain for the zero-knowledge proofs and putting the hash (pointer) of the ZK block in the Nxt blockchain via AM, effectively using the PoS of Nxt to secure the second chain, no?


In essence yes, but with some differences. I want to get confirmation from the team that I am not crazy before disclosing more details though Smiley

James

Cool. Parallel chains, here we come.

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March 02, 2014, 05:56:38 AM
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Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.

Remove "-Xmx1024M". Don't add any Xmx. For VPS it is the best variant.

Btw, managing node can be automated in 2 ways: (1) (2).
Thanks for the help!  Now that I look at it since you pointed it out, it makes sense.  I'm going to try this.

I'm still learning linux, I used to do networking and website hosting in the early 2000s but fell out.  This whole crypto thing has reignited my passion for computer tech, so now I'm working on catching up to be a techie once again. 
I need to do it the hard way to learn  Grin
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March 02, 2014, 06:09:19 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.
...

Sounds like you're talking about using another chain for the zero-knowledge proofs and putting the hash (pointer) of the ZK block in the Nxt blockchain via AM, effectively using the PoS of Nxt to secure the second chain, no?


In essence yes, but with some differences. I want to get confirmation from the team that I am not crazy before disclosing more details though Smiley

James

Cool. Parallel chains, here we come.


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March 02, 2014, 06:10:41 AM
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http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/15/kickstarter-coins-2/?ncid=reddit_social_share

This article is describing something that sounds a lot like NXTcoins!

One nuance that might have escaped you (it did me at first) is that we dont even need a gateway for NXTcoins. Mined or issued, they immediately infuse NXT AE with additional capital, which is clearly a good thing.
Each NXTcoins gets priced directly in NXT and indirectly to all the cryptos that the gateway supports.

Create a NXTcoins and instantly get a built in decentralized exchange and conversion into dozens of other cryptos. As soon as we get fiat gateways into AE, add conversion to fiat for all the NXTcoins

James

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March 02, 2014, 06:12:01 AM
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Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.

Remove "-Xmx1024M". Don't add any Xmx. For VPS it is the best variant.

Btw, managing node can be automated in 2 ways: (1) (2).
Thanks for the help!  Now that I look at it since you pointed it out, it makes sense.  I'm going to try this.

I'm still learning linux, I used to do networking and website hosting in the early 2000s but fell out.  This whole crypto thing has reignited my passion for computer tech, so now I'm working on catching up to be a techie once again. 
I need to do it the hard way to learn  Grin


It's not hard to start Nxt on VPS.
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre unzip
wget http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.8.3.zip
unzip nxt-client-0.8.3.zip
cd nxt
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh &

The problem is to keep Nxt running after some exception or detecting fork blockchain. Or when you have
26th public node Im managing.
And new update comes in ...

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March 02, 2014, 06:12:47 AM
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I  agree with you on needing to keep the cost low and using volume to drive the value of NXT. I can't help but wonder about the server costs and the risk of holding the other currencies. This may sound kinda sharkish but would it be possible to use the holding account to provide for the cost of the server? If there were enough banked in the holding account to cover withdraws and to make loans and charge interest?

For example, if there are 1000 people with money in the holding account it would be very unlikely that they would all want to withdraw at the same time. Knowing this you could safely lend a portion of the holding account out at interest to cover the cost of the server expense, and maybe bank some of the interest for insurance on the holding account. I don't mean to make a profit, as I understand your reasoning in wanting to provide the service for the worlds benefit, but economics is economics.

There is going to be a cost for providing this service. And it may be possible to generate the funds to pay for the service like this. Or if you made sure to include some proof of stake coins in the gateway inclusions and had enough of them banked to get fees for them (if that is possible).

 Maybe that is crazy.  Cheesy

I think the AE is awesome and what you are doing with it is awesome. Game changing.


If I understand correctly, this idea is very bad.
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March 02, 2014, 06:13:31 AM
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I have made an internal proposal to the NXTcash team using the latest source code that will allow us to make a release that can be considered for mainnet use. Not sure how long it will take as I will need to start and finish Nodecoin 2.0 to fully implement the proposed NXTcash solution, not to mention a fair amount of work in the client code.

Before you say, "but we can't store the giant zeroknowledge proofs in the NXT blockchain!", let me say that the method I am proposing does not need to store the big proof in the blockchain, just the NXTcash minting and spending events. Still working out all the kinks, but I am optimistic.
...

Sounds like you're talking about using another chain for the zero-knowledge proofs and putting the hash (pointer) of the ZK block in the Nxt blockchain via AM, effectively using the PoS of Nxt to secure the second chain, no?


In essence yes, but with some differences. I want to get confirmation from the team that I am not crazy before disclosing more details though Smiley

James

Cool. Parallel chains, here we come.

Dont get too excited, I said in essence, but strictly speaking it is not parallel chains.

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March 02, 2014, 06:19:40 AM
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Cool. Parallel chains, here we come.
Dont get too excited, I said in essence, but strictly speaking it is not parallel chains.

I'm still looking forward to whatever you have in mind.  Wink

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Austin Bitcoin Conference PT 2


Update 4

"I would love to have you be a guest on our show Free Talk Live during the Texas Bitcoin Conference. " - Free Talk Live

We'll get this coordinated with the Austin Team so they can handle the broadcast.


Update 5

silkroadequity.com is available to meet us at the conference
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March 02, 2014, 06:28:04 AM
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Well it's not a PC, it's server space I'm renting off DigitalOcean to run a VPS.  It has 512MB RAM.

Remove "-Xmx1024M". Don't add any Xmx. For VPS it is the best variant.

Btw, managing node can be automated in 2 ways: (1) (2).
Thanks for the help!  Now that I look at it since you pointed it out, it makes sense.  I'm going to try this.

I'm still learning linux, I used to do networking and website hosting in the early 2000s but fell out.  This whole crypto thing has reignited my passion for computer tech, so now I'm working on catching up to be a techie once again. 
I need to do it the hard way to learn  Grin


It's not hard to start Nxt on VPS.
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre unzip
wget http://download.nxtcrypto.org/nxt-client-0.8.3.zip
unzip nxt-client-0.8.3.zip
cd nxt
chmod +x run.sh
./run.sh &

The problem is to keep Nxt running after some exception or detecting fork blockchain. Or when you have
26th public node Im managing.
And new update comes in ...

It's not hard really, I just need to remember the commands.  Soon I will have a RPi to play with.

But I don't have it as bad as others who run farms of these.
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March 02, 2014, 07:35:48 AM
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I'm considering locking this thread on page 2100.  What are everyones' thoughts?

I don't want to interrupt communication, but I think we would make more progress if we were better organized.

Poll - https://forums.nxtcrypto.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=839

no. who wants to try to keep up with 100 threads? and miss all the jokes and dev conversations!

KEEP IT ALIVE!
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Goodmorning people  Grin
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March 02, 2014, 07:38:49 AM
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I have made the current source code repository public:

https://bitbucket.org/JeanLucPicard/nxt/

Master branch is still 0.7.6, develop is 0.8.3 plus latest unreleased changes.


great news! Smiley
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March 02, 2014, 07:41:15 AM
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http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/15/kickstarter-coins-2/?ncid=reddit_social_share

This article is describing something that sounds a lot like NXTcoins!

One nuance that might have escaped you (it did me at first) is that we dont even need a gateway for NXTcoins. Mined or issued, they immediately infuse NXT AE with additional capital, which is clearly a good thing.
Each NXTcoins gets priced directly in NXT and indirectly to all the cryptos that the gateway supports.

Create a NXTcoins and instantly get a built in decentralized exchange and conversion into dozens of other cryptos. As soon as we get fiat gateways into AE, add conversion to fiat for all the NXTcoins

James

This will be big! Moontime...



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Here is version 2.1 of my Windows NXT client "NXT Solaris".


Changelog
-Compatibilty fixes for NRS 0.8.x
-Implemented Curve25519 algorithm:
  * NXT Solaris is now a bit like "Electrum for NXT" (a thin client that does not download the complete blockchain, connecting to untrusted NRS nodes)
  * It is now safe to connect to public NRS nodes (except for forging).
  * As default, NXT Solaris no connects to a random public node.
  * Currently a static list of public nodes that allow API calls from anyone from the text file public_nodes.txt is used.
  * NRS and Java are now longer distributed with NRS Solaris.
  * You will get a warning in the secret input dialog if the secret is transmitted over http to the remote NRS node (only with start/stop forging).
  * If you want to forge, run your own NRS instance locally and set up NXT Solaris to connect to your instance.
-Since there is no batch mode in the NRS API:
  * Details for peers are no longer retrieved as default
  * A maximum of 50 (yet unkown) transactions per account are fetched from the NRS node whenever there is a new block
-Fixed null exchange rates when www.cryptocoincharts.info is down


Download
64-bit Version: NXTSolaris-v2.1-64bit.zip (29.6 MB) – Download here
SHA256 checksum for NXTSolaris-v2.1-64bit.zip: C01599EA51599AD4E2EE8D0B1762686EB7EC274118658C43F76983957F76B0D7

32-bit Version: NXTSolaris-v2.1-32bit.zip (27.5 MB) – Download here
SHA256 checksum for NXTSolaris-v2.1-32bit.zip: EAE75B046577E771CC2C8F57D2A4B8D9AF9F87F92FE5CD400DDE9F9755589957

For more screenshots and everything else please visit: http://nxtsolaris.wordpress.com/


Installation
Simply unzip the archive and run the NXTSolarisStarter.exe file.

The current version 2.1 is NOT compatible with the previous versions. Please delete any existing files and extract the zip archive to a new directory.

Roadmap
1.) Move current version of my code to XE5 and release closed source 32-bit and 64-bit versions for Windows. [DONE]
2.) Refactor code to a MVC architecture, so that I can create separate GUIs while using the same version of the business logic code. [DONE]
3.) Create new GUIs for Windows and OS X using the same business logic, but based on the cross-platform Firemonkey libraries. [DONE]
4.) Release Windows version (32 and 64 bit) based on FireMonkey. [DONE]
5.) Implement new features from the TODO list [DONE]
6.) Release source-code for FireMonkey Windows version (February 16th, 2014 latest) [DONE]
7.) Implement new features from the TODO list
8.) OSX compatibility changes
9.) Release OSX version based on FireMonkey.
10.) Release source code for FireMonkey OSX version.

TODO list
-Arbitrary message encryption
-Offer a simple and advanced GUI, with the simple GUI targeted at new users
-Implement client side Curve25519 encryption/signing



Donations
I hope you like my client and I’d be extremely happy to see some donations for the future of this project!

NXT: 1758531264253431177

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