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September 04, 2011, 05:32:39 PM
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I can publish only here, so, I am interested to solve technical problem.
1)I installed bitcoin in hidden truecrypt volume on linux USB (tails linux, based on debian).
every time when I open hidden volume and I start bitcoin, I get new address, so, if someone ask me where to send bitcoin and I give him present address, next time when I start linux usb and bitcoin software, I will have other address. so, I am asking myself, will I get bitcoins if every time address is changed? I didn't click to change address, it is changing by itself.
2)second question, where is my wallet.dat file in linux usb? I can't find it. I must say that this linux has no persistent option, it means it is like Live CD. but I don't know if it has influence on hidden volume of Truecrypt software, my bitcoin software is in hidden volume in linux usb.
3)if I install bitcoin for windows what will be happen with my wallet file when PC which I use has deepfreeze software? it means everything is frozen as administrator made it. I can install what I want but after restarting computer, all my installed things are gone, there is only installation as admin made it. he made 1GB part of HDD (ThawSpace0 Q), it is named Q: not C: and in this Q I can store files which are not deleted after restarting computer. so, I thought maybe I can store there USB version of bitcoin or I can use USB version in USB. So, what is situation with portable bitcoin software and where can I download it?

just to add that I download zipped bitcoin and exctracted to Q: and when I started software, my blocks are changing, more and more blocks, but connections are always 8. now I tried 9050 port (I started vidalia software, Torproject.org) and connections are 7. so, how many connections and blocks I must have to send/receive bitcoins? I think if I must change firewall, it is dead end for me, firewall is at router/server, I use university PC and I have no access to firewall.
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September 05, 2011, 08:49:30 AM
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nobody knows?
than better to give up from bitcoins when people don't know so much but they created digital currency.
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