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July 10, 2020, 07:09:06 PM
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A fatal error occurred. Gapcoin can no longer continue safely and will quit.

EXCEPTION: 12bignum_error      
CBigNum::operator/ : BN_div failed      
gapcoin in Runaway exception  



While Running Gapcoin 9.4 using setgenerate true

Is it a conflict with the other miner?  

I will update using the built in miner, see if the same error.  

I got this error 2 times so it is persistent error using setgenerate true from the debug line.


Well, I did not get far......cannot change the inbuilt miner sieve size or prime size.  But it allows to change the shift.

Is it designed that way or is it a failure? 

Is there effort to make this a dumb token to mine simple numbers?

Just curious? 

I thought it would be worth trying after it compiled well.  But it seems too much of a jump at one time backdooring everything.   Just a thought anyway. 




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July 10, 2020, 10:56:46 PM
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After running Mr. Higgins 9.4 Gapcoin port of Bitcoin core using the local daemon and mining with ./gapcoin-cli setgenerate true a different problem arises.  I was thinking if it was a conflicted parameters for the built in miner and using the built in miner using setgenerate true.  That the local daemon would show if this was true or not.  I did not get the same error and shut down as with running the QT wallet.  However, It seems to prevent locking the computer screen as if a hidden process is going on somewhere.  I let it run to see if my local screen saver would lock it over time.  But after 45 mins still unlocked desktop.  Re-booting the computer without running Gapcoin daemon fixed it.  But I am not going to test Mr. Higgins' "software" any longer.

Now, normally I would think it is just general stuff due to it being a 1 man show with Mr. Higgins.  However, I find nothing trustworthy at all.  And the so called person who "Called" in his help is the spam poster BitcoinFX, who could care less if anything is backdoored since he uses virtual machines on cloud computing.  (At least what he admits to doing).

I encourage anyone to contribute to updating Code for Trisquel 9 soon to be released.  


But good luck to anyone who chooses to focus on dominating the shift 25 using Mr. Higgins code work.


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July 11, 2020, 04:31:10 AM
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After running Mr. Higgins 9.4 Gapcoin port of Bitcoin core using the local daemon and mining with ./gapcoin-cli setgenerate true a different problem arises.  I was thinking if it was a conflicted parameters for the built in miner and using the built in miner using setgenerate true.  That the local daemon would show if this was true or not.  I did not get the same error and shut down as with running the QT wallet.  However, It seems to prevent locking the computer screen as if a hidden process is going on somewhere.  I let it run to see if my local screen saver would lock it over time.  But after 45 mins still unlocked desktop.  Re-booting the computer without running Gapcoin daemon fixed it.  But I am not going to test Mr. Higgins' "software" any longer.

Now, normally I would think it is just general stuff due to it being a 1 man show with Mr. Higgins.  However, I find nothing trustworthy at all.  And the so called person who "Called" in his help is the spam poster BitcoinFX, who could care less if anything is backdoored since he uses virtual machines on cloud computing.  (At least what he admits to doing).

I encourage anyone to contribute to updating Code for Trisquel 9 soon to be released.  


But good luck to anyone who chooses to focus on dominating the shift 25 using Mr. Higgins code work.



What the .. ?
So this virus doesn't work well? Is that basically what you're saying?
Or maybe the Gapcoin Miner is a trojan to .?. mine Monero ? or to hack at random 3 people?
What's the point ? You can see and investigate all the code and commits ...

Re-booting the computer without running Gapcoin daemon fixed it.
Is this a diagnosis?

And stop to tell "Mr. Higgins this..", "Mr. Higgins that.."
It's starting to be ridiculous.

It's of course not impossible, but you'll have to prove your assumptions.

Thank you for your contribution Smiley
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July 11, 2020, 09:17:29 AM
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However, I find nothing trustworthy at all.  And the so called person who "Called" in his help is the spam poster BitcoinFX, who could care less if anything is backdoored since he uses virtual machines on cloud computing.  (At least what he admits to doing).

I encourage anyone to contribute to updating Code for Trisquel 9 soon to be released.  

But good luck to anyone who chooses to focus on dominating the shift 25 using Mr. Higgins code work.

And stop to tell "Mr. Higgins this..", "Mr. Higgins that.."
It's starting to be ridiculous.
Just so everyone else is aware, I have UserNameNumber7 set as "Ignore", I no longer see his posts (I find his grip on reality to be too tenuous to make any response worthwhile). But if anyone else is experiencing issues with the 0.9.4 experimental branch, please communicate that fact because the functionality I added is basically cosmetic and is easily stripped out.

Changes in the wind ...

Ubuntu users who have upgraded to 20.04 will find that successful compilation is now prevented by changes in the boost library. I have a fix but have not yet been able to check whether it is backward-compatible with earlier versions of the boost library.

barrystyle has kindly contributed a more solid openssl-1.1-enabled key.cpp, taken from Qutum (which is well-supported by competent developers) that I will use to replace the one I cobbled up (because it's good practice reduce the likelihood of bugs).

Cheers

Graham
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