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October 01, 2011, 01:49:14 PM
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I installed the newest version and the coins disappear, did not try a rescan=1, where should I put this line in?

In the config, pretty much anywhere (like with any other config option)

Just shut Tenebrix down, add the line

rescan=1

to your config, start Tenebrix again, and watch if the monies reappear.

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October 01, 2011, 01:58:36 PM
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Just shut Tenebrix down, add the line

rescan=1

to your config, start Tenebrix again, and watch if the monies reappear.

But didn't he loose the wallet when he reinstalled Windows?  How will rescan will help?

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October 01, 2011, 01:59:40 PM
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Meh I can't make sense of the difficulty
It took 26 minutes of mining to get my one (and only) solo block at 2*1.4Kh/s
(to put my name in the block chain - block 10379)
Difficulty 0x1d17d589 calculates to 0.04195601 so no idea what that actually means in hashes
(by calculation my total was 26 * 60 * 2.8 = only 4,368khashes)
Anyway got my block and my name there so that's all I wanted Tongue

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October 01, 2011, 02:09:48 PM
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10 difficulty means it's 10x harder to generate the current block than the block chain's first block.

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October 01, 2011, 02:21:40 PM
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10 difficulty means it's 10x harder to generate the current block than the block chain's first block.
No - the block chain's first block is created manually.
Yes difficulty is a direct multiplier - as you can see I even know how to convert the 4byte number to a difficulty ...
What I don't know is what 1 difficulty represents.
In 'proper bitcoin' 1 difficulty represents an expected statistical average of 2^32 hashes.
If it is a direct conversion (as would seem likely but I wasn't really thinking when I wrote that) then 0.04195601 would mean 1.8Ghashes
So my 4,368khashes seems rather low ...

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October 01, 2011, 02:32:13 PM
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Can't retrieve, but it is ok, I really enjoy your creations, the Geistgeld and Tenebrix coins.  Provide quite a lot of fun mining them rather than the extremely long and tedious and monotonous mining of bitcoin.

I installed the newest version and the coins disappear, did not try a rescan=1, where should I put this line in?

In the config, pretty much anywhere (like with any other config option)

Just shut Tenebrix down, add the line

rescan=1

to your config, start Tenebrix again, and watch if the monies reappear.
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October 01, 2011, 02:38:35 PM
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10 difficulty means it's 10x harder to generate the current block than the block chain's first block.
No - the block chain's first block is created manually.
Yes difficulty is a direct multiplier - as you can see I even know how to convert the 4byte number to a difficulty ...
What I don't know is what 1 difficulty represents.
In 'proper bitcoin' 1 difficulty represents an expected statistical average of 2^32 hashes.
If it is a direct conversion (as would seem likely but I wasn't really thinking when I wrote that) then 0.04195601 would mean 1.8Ghashes
So my 4,368khashes seems rather low ...
Yep, diff 1 is 2**32 hashes as in bitcoin to avoid even further confusing things.
Minimum and initial tbx difficulty is/was difficulty 1/4096 (= 2**20 hashes).
but your hash# calc is somehow off by a factor of 10, diff 0.0419... * 2**32 = ~ 180M, not 1.8G hashes/block avg.

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October 01, 2011, 02:45:33 PM
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Hope here after all releases have some file name difference from others files.

Which file do you mean ?

Tenebrix-pack.zip.
Instead you can name it Tenebrix-pack1.zip
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October 01, 2011, 03:00:33 PM
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Okay, I needed to know that before I post the new update (includes longpoll and jasson fixes from ArtForz)

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October 01, 2011, 03:24:13 PM
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10 difficulty means it's 10x harder to generate the current block than the block chain's first block.
No - the block chain's first block is created manually.
Yes difficulty is a direct multiplier - as you can see I even know how to convert the 4byte number to a difficulty ...
What I don't know is what 1 difficulty represents.
In 'proper bitcoin' 1 difficulty represents an expected statistical average of 2^32 hashes.
If it is a direct conversion (as would seem likely but I wasn't really thinking when I wrote that) then 0.04195601 would mean 1.8Ghashes
So my 4,368khashes seems rather low ...
Yep, diff 1 is 2**32 hashes as in bitcoin to avoid even further confusing things.
Minimum and initial tbx difficulty is/was difficulty 1/4096 (= 2**20 hashes).
but your hash# calc is somehow off by a factor of 10, diff 0.0419... * 2**32 = ~ 180M, not 1.8G hashes/block avg.
Oops - yep copy paste from my block explorer to calculator I managed to lose a 0 (I got 0.419...)
Yep 1 in 41 isn't really that big a deal Smiley

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October 01, 2011, 04:31:20 PM
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http://www.mediafire.com/?lsrhlh0b6zp6bih

new windows pack, with minerd updated per ArtForz's patches. Better use the updated one for the upcoming (please stand by...) pool

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Of course, git of tenebrix miner is updated

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October 01, 2011, 04:52:38 PM
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Please update first post too because that is where the updated version should be IMHO.

Also, if this thing is portable, where is the wallet stored ? How to update from one version to another without losing downloaded blockchain and wallet ?

Exchange ?
Pool ?
Block explorer ?

Thanks.
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October 01, 2011, 06:41:20 PM
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Lolcust, why are you the one owning the repo and making all the announcement about Tenebrix if it is ArtForz who did most of the work?
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October 01, 2011, 06:48:51 PM
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Block explorer ?

I'm working on it:  http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/

There are some issues caused by duplicated transactions in the blockchain, at around block 9970, that is keeping the database from being updated.  I hope I can solve it soon.

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October 01, 2011, 06:54:41 PM
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Lolcust, why are you the one owning the repo and making all the announcement about Tenebrix if it is ArtForz who did most of the work?

Maybe because he is a sock puppet of ArtForz ?
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October 01, 2011, 07:07:56 PM
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Just got a TBX pool up and running on http://simplecoin.us

It is experimental so please give it a run. If it holds up well I'll be moving it to the production pool server.

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October 01, 2011, 07:09:41 PM
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Lolcust, why are you the one owning the repo and making all the announcement about Tenebrix if it is ArtForz who did most of the work?

Because Art does not mind it and apparently prefers to do interesting code rather than do the announcements and forum stuffs.

I do not "appropriate" any achievements tho, and properly follow crediting protocols both in commit comments and in-code comments

Lolcust, why are you the one owning the repo and making all the announcement about Tenebrix if it is ArtForz who did most of the work?

Maybe because he is a sock puppet of ArtForz ?

No, I'm actually Satoshi.

I'm pretending to be feeble at cow-pewter sorcery so that you won't guess that I am Satoshi ~__^

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October 01, 2011, 07:28:15 PM
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Just got a TBX pool up and running on http://simplecoin.us

It is experimental so please give it a run. If it holds up well I'll be moving it to the production pool server.

I can't see how to connect to this pool?  http://pool.simplecoin.us:xxxx is that correct? I don't know which port to use.
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October 01, 2011, 07:29:09 PM
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The port is 8337 like with some Bitcoin mining pools.

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October 01, 2011, 07:35:04 PM
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Pool is working.
But mining is poor due to khash.
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