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March 14, 2015, 05:06:22 PM
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Hello,

    I worked the chain and got the difficulty down to 0.08175687.

Have fun,
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March 31, 2015, 02:55:28 AM
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Well I caught up the blockchain... a with a few KH's....
Would be nice to see a couple others with very low hashrate come onboard...

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March 31, 2015, 03:12:03 AM
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Well I caught up the blockchain... a with a few KH's....
Would be nice to see a couple others with very low hashrate come onboard...

Would you be able to run a full node?

The network doesn't have many and it would really help.

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April 14, 2015, 03:31:53 AM
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Uh oh....  went to catch the chain up again and it looks like we are done..

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April 15, 2015, 06:33:55 AM
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Uh oh....  went to catch the chain up again and it looks like we are done..


Hi kbroadfoot,

    My rig was offline for probably 24 - 36 hours while switching some mining software around here --

    I told you we need another full node on the network.

    Go ahead and sync now, you'll find the blockchain, but PLEASE setup a full node so that you can help grow the network.

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-Chicago
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April 17, 2015, 05:41:20 PM
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Uh oh....  went to catch the chain up again and it looks like we are done..


Hi kbroadfoot,

    My rig was offline for probably 24 - 36 hours while switching some mining software around here --

    I told you we need another full node on the network.

    Go ahead and sync now, you'll find the blockchain, but PLEASE setup a full node so that you can help grow the network.

Kind Regards,
-Chicago

How do I set up a full node? Happy to help, I suppose Smiley

Great to see how you keep the blockchain alive. Is it still traded somewhere?

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noodlyappendagecoin.conf:
Code:
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=40022
daemon=1
server=1
gen=0
addnode=173.58.40.33
addnode=104.130.70.155
addnode=73.44.156.111
addnode=54.200.35.130
addnode=72.46.150.10
Active: "addr" : "73.44.156.111:40021"
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April 18, 2015, 12:53:21 AM
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How do I set up a full node? Happy to help, I suppose Smiley

Hi devvienuis,

    Basically, you just need to add in a listen=1 into your configuration file.
    Once you've done that, you need to have your router port forward TCP port 40021 to your workstation running the Noodlyappendagecoin software.

    People do this a couple of ways.
    Some people give their workstation a static IP on their internal network and then setup port forwarding after configuring the workstation.
    Other people configure the router to do a DHCP reservation so that the workstation always gets the same IP address on the network -- so that when you port forward to the specified IP address, you'll always be able to reach the Noodlyappendagecoin software.

    Let me know if I can help with your configuration and once you have it online, I should be able to verify for you that indeed the node is reachable externally.

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-Chicago
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April 18, 2015, 02:34:23 AM
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How do I set up a full node? Happy to help, I suppose Smiley

Great to see how you keep the blockchain alive. Is it still traded somewhere?

Peace!

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Traded somewhere?  TRADED???  Only the love and devotion of your one and true savior should motivate you!!  Thin and weak, you are obviously a closet white-saucer, devoid of that hint of garlic that is the proof of divinity!  But if you mine, and mine well my son... I shall speak to you of zesty after-burn.  Harken to your purpose!

One day, if I prove myself worthy... I may have "with sausage".

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April 18, 2015, 02:38:44 AM
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Had to share...

Do you want to trade some shitcoins?
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April 18, 2015, 04:27:12 AM
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Beautiful!  My heart soared.

And lo, out of the mist there came a noodly appendage.  It reached out and slapped my face, covering it in divine starchy grace.  And lo, it stuck!

I am truly sated and have taken the difficulty from 0.00277701 to 0.00908015.  My soul is as full as my belly and I must rest.

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April 27, 2015, 09:56:03 PM
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Well...  NDL lives.... is there a block explorer?

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April 29, 2015, 09:23:00 AM
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Well...  NDL lives.... is there a block explorer?

Possibly, I could put one up for us if there is a need for it.
I usually will run an instance of Abe when I need a block explorer and have used Abe for Noodlyappendagecoin without issue in the past.
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April 29, 2015, 06:40:12 PM
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Well...  NDL lives.... is there a block explorer?

Possibly, I could put one up for us if there is a need for it.
I usually will run an instance of Abe when I need a block explorer and have used Abe for Noodlyappendagecoin without issue in the past.

It seems to me, with 'only' 13+ billion total coins, this coin has possibilities.. LiteDoge is supposed have 50 billion eventually, and is staking at the rate of 30,000 per block....

Besides it's 'sillyness' There really isn't a whole lot wrong with this coin... with a block explorer we may be able to get comcort to list it again...

Would be cool if we could get FSM Ordained Minister certs for NDL...

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July 04, 2015, 07:21:41 PM
Last edit: July 04, 2015, 08:17:48 PM by dnp
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i could run a full node, where do i find the most recent source of ndldeamon ? any weird configuration sequence/dance i need to do, or will a simple Make do the right thing?
i should have various dependency libs already installed from compiling another coin's wallet.

and for mining, without a pool, do i just point my tiny little 1.4mh 'fury' scrypt miner at the ndldeamon i'm running?

i could host a temporary website/webpage of ndl 'resources' at my personal domain too.

is there a generic/free block explorer source code i could compile, configure, and run on my linux?

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LTC:   Le4ptoaNyYeVbWwReWWNu2ufemaVHJVVLK     NoodlyAppendageCoin: NVVbnoFdWH3Xsw1oBu6g8LbuWcevGGzs3H
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July 05, 2015, 07:22:48 AM
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Where do I find the most recent source of noodlyappendagecoind?

Hi DNP,

    The sources are on Github. I've been using them without issues since first looking at NDL.
    https://github.com/His-Holy-Noodliness/noodlyappendagecoin

Any weird configuration sequence/dance I need to do, or will a simple ' make ' do the right thing?

    My ebuild for Noodlyappendagecoin does the traditional Simon says without any special magic rain dance.

And for mining without a pool, do I just point my tiny little 1.4MH/s Fury Scrypt miner at the noodlyappendagecoind I'm running locally?

    Yes, you simply point your Fury to the RPC port of your local instance with the given and configured username/password from the .conf file.

I could host a temporary website/webpage of NDL 'resources' at my personal domain too.
Is there a generic/free block explorer source code I could compile, configure and run on my Linux?

    Yes, the Abe Block Explorer is free and runs on Linux. I have used it with much success in the past specifically with Noodlyappendagecoin. If you're interested in getting Abe setup and have some questions just send me a PM with your progress and I will give you some help with it. https://github.com/bitcoin-abe/bitcoin-abe

Kind Regards,

-Chicago
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July 05, 2015, 07:50:37 PM
Last edit: July 14, 2015, 09:26:34 PM by dnp
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okay, i have one running Smiley
 addnode=dognose.com
use domain names rather than ip#s since, even though my ip#s are fairly stable, they are not true
static ip#s and do occasionally change.

simple NDL resource webpage at http://dognose.com/ndl

my linux wallet and my private windows32 wallet use each other as nodes, but of course
neither of them has found any external nodes yet Sad i still have my blockchain data from
when i stopped about 48 weeks ago.

i suggest the following in the noodlyappendagecoin.conf file:

server=1
daemon=1
addnode=dognose.com  # dognose's daemon1 up 24/7
addnode=dognose.ca  # dognose's win32 QT wallet up when at home
addnose=dognose.com:60021   # dognose's daemon2 up 24/7


i wont start mining until i have external connections, dont want to waste time on creating forks.

i'm an old crusty C programmer and will 'get into' the wallet code sometime in the future when real spare time actually presents itself Smiley or urgent situations :0


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LTC:   Le4ptoaNyYeVbWwReWWNu2ufemaVHJVVLK     NoodlyAppendageCoin: NVVbnoFdWH3Xsw1oBu6g8LbuWcevGGzs3H
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July 07, 2015, 08:08:53 PM
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I've connected and helped to move blockchain forward to be just 8 weeks old now Smiley

Diff now is

Code:
"difficulty" : 0.35223455

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July 07, 2015, 09:12:28 PM
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I've connected and helped to move blockchain forward to be just 8 weeks old now Smiley

thank-you!

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LTC:   Le4ptoaNyYeVbWwReWWNu2ufemaVHJVVLK     NoodlyAppendageCoin: NVVbnoFdWH3Xsw1oBu6g8LbuWcevGGzs3H
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July 14, 2015, 12:00:35 AM
Last edit: July 14, 2015, 11:35:51 PM by dnp
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i have an Abe blockchain explorer configured for NoodlyAppendageCoin
for the time being it can be found at http://dognose.com:40023/
but i'll probably move it.

a current link will always be in my NDL resource page at http://dognose.com/ndl

please check a couple of your transactions in the explorer to test if i have it
configured and working correctly.

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LTC:   Le4ptoaNyYeVbWwReWWNu2ufemaVHJVVLK     NoodlyAppendageCoin: NVVbnoFdWH3Xsw1oBu6g8LbuWcevGGzs3H
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July 14, 2015, 11:36:28 PM
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Well...  NDL lives.... is there a block explorer?

Possibly, I could put one up for us if there is a need for it.
I usually will run an instance of Abe when I need a block explorer and have used Abe for Noodlyappendagecoin without issue in the past.

my google-fu is not being adequate to find something i'd like. has someone come up with a sql query or Abe python module to generate a richlist from the abe database?

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LTC:   Le4ptoaNyYeVbWwReWWNu2ufemaVHJVVLK     NoodlyAppendageCoin: NVVbnoFdWH3Xsw1oBu6g8LbuWcevGGzs3H
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