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January 01, 2014, 08:24:43 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.
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January 01, 2014, 08:25:17 PM
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this is a joke right? cuz you're fuckin hilarious... call's it fuckin VIP..

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January 01, 2014, 08:26:50 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

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January 01, 2014, 08:29:31 PM
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i hate this stupid bounty for wallets so hard..

now someone posts a trojan wallet + receives the 50k bounty and ... yea LOL

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January 01, 2014, 08:30:22 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

I didn't compile on Windows, I built the linux version. I don't have a copy of Windows to use, even in a VM. If I did, I would look at:

http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.cygwin.com/

ETA: As an alternative for Windows miners, have you considered building a small (maybe Atom-based) "linux wallet server"? You can run Linux on it, compile the linux QT wallets and just run them as an RPC server for your Windows cgminer machines? This is basically what I do anyway. My desktop is running Debian with the QT wallets. The mining rigs running Ubuntu point to the desktop if I'm solo mining.
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January 01, 2014, 08:33:31 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

I didn't compile on Windows, I built the linux version. I don't have a copy of Windows to use, even in a VM. If I did, I would look at:

http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.cygwin.com/

thank you. that is where i'll be spending the next few hours.

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January 01, 2014, 08:35:59 PM
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on a side note r47351, i have successfully compiled wallets in linux myself.. is it just a matter of creating the conf file in the wallet folder itself to solo mine (eg. downloads/xxxcoin/), or is there a separate file created while compiling the linux version that the conf file is supposed to go into?

this is a great guide btw that can translate to other coins' wallets.. to those who care;

http://forum.feathercoin.com/index.php?topic=5086.0


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January 01, 2014, 08:37:13 PM
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What's wrong with Windows version ?

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January 01, 2014, 08:38:02 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

I didn't compile on Windows, I built the linux version. I don't have a copy of Windows to use, even in a VM. If I did, I would look at:

http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.cygwin.com/

thank you. that is where i'll be spending the next few hours.

I posted this above, but it's something else to consider:

As an alternative for Windows miners, have you considered building a small (maybe Atom-based) "linux wallet server"? You can run Linux on it, compile the linux QT wallets and just run them as an RPC server for your Windows cgminer machines? This is basically what I do anyway. My desktop is running Debian with the QT wallets. The mining rigs running Ubuntu point to the desktop if I'm solo mining.


You can get some small PCs for under $250 that would be plenty to run some wallets.
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January 01, 2014, 08:41:17 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

I didn't compile on Windows, I built the linux version. I don't have a copy of Windows to use, even in a VM. If I did, I would look at:

http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.cygwin.com/

thank you. that is where i'll be spending the next few hours.

I posted this above, but it's something else to consider:

As an alternative for Windows miners, have you considered building a small (maybe Atom-based) "linux wallet server"? You can run Linux on it, compile the linux QT wallets and just run them as an RPC server for your Windows cgminer machines? This is basically what I do anyway. My desktop is running Debian with the QT wallets. The mining rigs running Ubuntu point to the desktop if I'm solo mining.


You can get some small PCs for under $250 that would be plenty to run some wallets.

i have 3 powerful pc's running besides me.. but that one is way over my head. i'm guessing there is no tutorial to cover the full spectrum of setting that up, correct? seems like a very advanced configuration. glad i'm going to school for comp science and/or networking soon here.. this crypto shit has really given me a head start i thinks..

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January 01, 2014, 08:42:31 PM
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on a side note r47351, i have successfully compiled wallets in linux myself.. is it just a matter of creating the conf file in the wallet folder itself to solo mine (eg. downloads/xxxcoin/), or is there a separate file created while compiling the linux version that the conf file is supposed to go into?

this is a great guide tw that can translate to other coins' wallets.. to those who care;

http://forum.feathercoin.com/index.php?topic=5086.0



Depends on how you solo mine.

If you mine from the same PC as the wallet, you can usually just use the .conf example provided by the dev. You will want to adjust the username/password fields and remember the RPC port.

First, start the wallet, then start cgminer with the url of "http://127.0.0.1:<rpcport>" instead of "stratum+tcp://...." as you would with pool mining.

If you are mining from a different machine, you will want to add:

rpcallowip=<mining-rig-ip>

You can use wildcards also. I usually set it to:

rpcallowip=192.168.1.*

Same cgminer startup as before, but using the ip/hostname of the machine running the wallet.
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January 01, 2014, 08:43:43 PM
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I appreciate my time, I prefer to get the finished product than to deal with it, how to compile the source code under windous.

It took about 4 minutes to compile the wallet, which I did while setting up the .conf file and a launch script for cgminer. It didn't take any longer than downloading a binary.

r47351, if you're gonna talk about compiling.. how about telling me this. did you compile it using virtualbox running linux inside a windows pc? is that the most efficient way to cross-compile?

I didn't compile on Windows, I built the linux version. I don't have a copy of Windows to use, even in a VM. If I did, I would look at:

http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.cygwin.com/

thank you. that is where i'll be spending the next few hours.

I posted this above, but it's something else to consider:

As an alternative for Windows miners, have you considered building a small (maybe Atom-based) "linux wallet server"? You can run Linux on it, compile the linux QT wallets and just run them as an RPC server for your Windows cgminer machines? This is basically what I do anyway. My desktop is running Debian with the QT wallets. The mining rigs running Ubuntu point to the desktop if I'm solo mining.


You can get some small PCs for under $250 that would be plenty to run some wallets.

i have 3 powerful pc's running besides me.. but that one is way over my head. i'm guessing there is no tutorial to cover the full spectrum of setting that up, correct? seems like a very advanced configuration. glad i'm going to school for comp science and/or networking soon here.. this crypto shit has really given me a head start i thinks..

I just explained the configuration in the post above. Maybe I'll do a walk through tonight.
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January 01, 2014, 08:44:38 PM
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Windows QT: uploading...

If the OP running out, i will take over VIPCoin and continue developing it.

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January 01, 2014, 08:44:58 PM
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Windows QT: uploading...

If the OP running out, i will take over VIPCoin and continue developing it.

Add the linux QT to your drive if you feel like it. That way they are consolidated in one location.
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January 01, 2014, 08:47:34 PM
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Windows QT: uploading...

If the OP running out, i will take over VIPCoin and continue developing it.

nice Smiley

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January 01, 2014, 08:49:37 PM
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the source doesn't even exist
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January 01, 2014, 08:50:46 PM
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thanks for your help r47351.

**stevenb, thank you as well.

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January 01, 2014, 08:51:40 PM
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I have source, will upload to new GITHUB

Windows QT: https://mega.co.nz/#!kx1A2AgZ!QRLCDgEX15Q7R6NkOnltqXsycTw3D9BEKsZBBkUgyCA

Still waiting for OP online, if he runs away, i will post new ANN thread for VIPCoin.

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January 01, 2014, 08:53:08 PM
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I have source, will upload to new GITHUB

Windows QT: https://mega.co.nz/#!kx1A2AgZ!QRLCDgEX15Q7R6NkOnltqXsycTw3D9BEKsZBBkUgyCA

Still waiting for OP online, if he runs away, i will post new ANN thread for VIPCoin.

I have a new github account started and I was going to re-up the source, but if you want to take over I have no problem with that.

If the dev is really leaving (let's give him a chance first) maybe we can fork out the premine?
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January 01, 2014, 08:54:40 PM
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I have source, will upload to new GITHUB

Windows QT: https://mega.co.nz/#!kx1A2AgZ!QRLCDgEX15Q7R6NkOnltqXsycTw3D9BEKsZBBkUgyCA

Still waiting for OP online, if he runs away, i will post new ANN thread for VIPCoin.

I have a new github account started and I was going to re-up the source, but if you want to take over I have no problem with that.

If the dev is really leaving (let's give him a chance first) maybe we can fork out the premine?
Hey, actually i dont have much time. Can you take over it? I will support you.

I checked source code, there're no premine, that's why he is running away.

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