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October 14, 2011, 07:55:20 AM
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I did another block hash lock at the last difficulty change at block 10080. Please get latest source, compile, and run it.

Windows client: https://github.com/downloads/coblee/litecoin/litecoin-windows-client-40104.zip

I've asked twobits to help build windows daemon. Coming soon.

This should be the last update for a while now. The diff will catch up to the network hashrate and we should be pretty good.

The convergence is remarkable. Just 5 difficulty increases and we got a stable network. I have to say congratulations as well, coblee.

Whatever happens, you deserve credits for your effort and consistency so far. Don't have much BTC, so do you have an LTC donation address?

Just one ancillary note coblee, with all respect to the work you've done so far. Feel free to disregard the following:

Your avatar seems to me rather unfitting for an alternative chain promoter.

I was fine with the harmless vegetarian insect.

Also fine with the greedy carnivorous serpent.

But a chicken Huh Or is it something else judging by its paws? Maybe I am wrong.


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October 14, 2011, 07:58:39 AM
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I find that for some networks, even with all ports open it just does not connect.  Errors on the debug, I heard that you need to add some nodes, but what are the commands?

Starting 2 BitcoinMiner threads
ThreadMessageHandler started
ThreadOpenConnections started
ThreadSocketHandler started
ThreadIRCSeed started
BitcoinMiner started
ThreadRPCServer started
BitcoinMiner started
trying connection 178.218.36.109:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
IRC :irc.lechat.ir NOTICE AUTH :*** Looking up your hostname...
IRC :irc.lechat.ir NOTICE AUTH :*** Found your hostname
IRC SENDING: NICK x133932385

IRC SENDING: USER x133932385 8 * : x133932385

IRC :irc.lechat.ir 001 x133932385 :Welcome to the LFNet Internet Relay Chat Network x133932385
IRC :irc.lechat.ir 002 x133932385 :Your host is irc.lechat.ir[193.107.204.22/6667], running version hybrid-7.2.3
IRC :irc.lechat.ir 003 x133932385 :This server was created Jun 29 2011 at 17:30:40
IRC :irc.lechat.ir 004 x133932385 irc.lechat.ir hybrid-7.2.3 CDGabcdfgiklnorsuwxyz biklmnopstveI bkloveI
IRC SENDING: USERHOST x133932385

IRC :irc.lechat.ir 302 x133932385 :x133932385=+x133932385@193.107.204.22
GetIPFromIRC() got userhost 193.107.204.22
GetIPFromIRC() returned 193.107.204.22
IRC SENDING: NICK uBsGjsJDzp4rgxv

IRC SENDING: JOIN #litecoin00

IRC SENDING: WHO #litecoin00

connection timeout
trying connection 69.90.91.195:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 85.25.95.141:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 178.79.147.99:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 124.176.223.246:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 208.110.73.247:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 93.159.111.103:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 195.138.72.195:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
IRC recv failed: 10053
IRC waiting 71 seconds to reconnect
connection timeout
trying connection 125.121.202.173:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 207.118.230.141:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 217.210.149.158:9333 lastseen=-366271.8hrs lasttry=-366271.8hrs
DBFlush(false)
addr.dat refcount=0
ThreadSocketHandler exiting
addr.dat flush
blkindex.dat refcount=0
blkindex.dat flush
ThreadMessageHandler exiting
wallet.dat refcount=0
wallet.dat flush
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ThreadBitcoinMiner exiting, 0 threads remaining
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DBFlush(true)
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October 14, 2011, 08:11:02 AM
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I did another block hash lock at the last difficulty change at block 10080. Please get latest source, compile, and run it.

Windows client: https://github.com/downloads/coblee/litecoin/litecoin-windows-client-40104.zip

I've asked twobits to help build windows daemon. Coming soon.

This should be the last update for a while now. The diff will catch up to the network hashrate and we should be pretty good.

The convergence is remarkable. Just 5 difficulty increases and we got a stable network. I have to say congratulations as well, coblee.

Whatever happens, you deserve credits for your effort and consistency so far. Don't have much BTC, so do you have an LTC donation address?

Just one ancillary note coblee, with all respect to the work you've done so far. Feel free to disregard the following:

Your avatar seems to me rather unfitting for an alternative chain promoter.

I was fine with the harmless vegetarian insect.

Also fine with the greedy carnivorous serpent.

But a chicken Huh Or is it something else judging by its paws? Maybe I am wrong.



it's a Chocobo. google it. my favorite character of my favorite video game.

for a donation address, search a few pages back. EskimoBob posted it. all donations to me will be used to make this coin succeed via bounties/rewards.

speaking of that, terrytibbs is helping me to design a logo for Litecoin. I figure I should open it to everyone. If anyone else want to give it a try, post your logo to this thread. I will reward 100 LTC to the designer of the logo I ultimately go with. I realize 100 LTC is not a lot, but having your logo being selected is a good reward by itself.

hmm... maybe I should have premined to have coins for bounties. Cheesy

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October 14, 2011, 08:29:31 AM
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it's a Chocobo. google it. my favorite character of my favorite video game.

for a donation address, search a few pages back. EskimoBob posted it. all donations to me will be used to make this coin succeed via bounties/rewards.

speaking of that, terrytibbs is helping me to design a logo for Litecoin. I figure I should open it to everyone. If anyone else want to give it a try, post your logo to this thread. I will reward 100 LTC to the designer of the logo I ultimately go with. I realize 100 LTC is not a lot, but having your logo being selected is a good reward by itself.

hmm... maybe I should have premined to have coins for bounties. Cheesy

Never mind about the avatar. I never played FF so I can't understand.

Here's 1 block for your efforts (and I might add, for your not-premining). Enjoy it:
http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/tx/4521486608a18b4cbae3036a823f74f89f9c1c166244d1d763bad6aaf5c04851

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October 14, 2011, 08:52:45 AM
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it's a Chocobo. google it. my favorite character of my favorite video game.

for a donation address, search a few pages back. EskimoBob posted it. all donations to me will be used to make this coin succeed via bounties/rewards.

speaking of that, terrytibbs is helping me to design a logo for Litecoin. I figure I should open it to everyone. If anyone else want to give it a try, post your logo to this thread. I will reward 100 LTC to the designer of the logo I ultimately go with. I realize 100 LTC is not a lot, but having your logo being selected is a good reward by itself.

hmm... maybe I should have premined to have coins for bounties. Cheesy

Never mind about the avatar. I never played FF so I can't understand.

Here's 1 block for your efforts (and I might add, for your not-premining). Enjoy it:
http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/tx/4521486608a18b4cbae3036a823f74f89f9c1c166244d1d763bad6aaf5c04851


Thanks!

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October 14, 2011, 08:53:48 AM
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I did another block hash lock at the last difficulty change at block 10080. Please get latest source, compile, and run it.

Windows client: https://github.com/downloads/coblee/litecoin/litecoin-windows-client-40104.zip

I've asked twobits to help build windows daemon. Coming soon.

This should be the last update for a while now. The diff will catch up to the network hashrate and we should be pretty good.

Windows daemon: https://github.com/downloads/coblee/litecoin/litecoin-windows-daemon-40104.zip

Please update.

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October 14, 2011, 09:14:30 AM
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How often will you be issuing such upgrades?
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October 14, 2011, 09:27:26 AM
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How often will you be issuing such upgrades?

I probably won't do another update unless there's a threat of 51% attack. Right now it will take a lot of CPU power for someone to orphan your coins since block 10080. Not impossible, but probably not worth it for anyone to attack right now. When an exchange opens, I will pay more attention and see if I need to do more block locking and maybe implement the signed block hash that someone suggested.

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October 14, 2011, 09:35:53 AM
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http://184.107.145.244/jso/workerjson.php?apiToken=7QYBhYJYDvmdXRXpMfXn18eec217
This is my json in alt chain pool. It says not connected, even though i am connected.
Seems site not working properly & shows only 2 active users with 13kh/s
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October 14, 2011, 09:49:10 AM
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But a chicken Huh Or is it something else judging by its paws? Maybe I am wrong.

Cmon man, chocobo's are awesome!


I'm currently working on a JavaScript based miner for LiteCoin if anyones interested in it?
Let me know if you are.
(This means mining can be as simple as opening a webpage! Maybe pointing to the IP address of your litecoind server first, or would people prefer a pool?)

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October 14, 2011, 09:56:25 AM
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hullo

trying to mine the pool with minerd,

args
 minerd.exe --algo scrypt --s 6 --threads 3 --url http://184.107.145.244:8332 --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

Getting HTTP 403 error
then json_rpc_call failed.

What am I doing wrong?


I'm a muppet

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October 14, 2011, 10:30:30 AM
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hullo

trying to mine the pool with minerd,

args
 minerd.exe --algo scrypt --s 6 --threads 3 --url http://184.107.145.244:8332 --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

Getting HTTP 403 error
then json_rpc_call failed.

What am I doing wrong?

Try taking the _ out of your username.

e.g. --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

becomes --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea51:1

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October 14, 2011, 12:11:32 PM
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hullo

trying to mine the pool with minerd,

args
 minerd.exe --algo scrypt --s 6 --threads 3 --url http://184.107.145.244:8332 --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

Getting HTTP 403 error
then json_rpc_call failed.

What am I doing wrong?

Try taking the _ out of your username.

e.g. --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

becomes --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea51:1

This really needs to be made more clear on the pool site.
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October 14, 2011, 12:12:25 PM
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hullo

trying to mine the pool with minerd,

args
 minerd.exe --algo scrypt --s 6 --threads 3 --url http://184.107.145.244:8332 --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

Getting HTTP 403 error
then json_rpc_call failed.

What am I doing wrong?

Try taking the _ out of your username.

e.g. --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

becomes --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea51:1

removing "_" gives 403 error & also putting "." gives 403 error.
Only _ connects. but doesn't show in stats or account

From when Litecoin address started with W?
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October 14, 2011, 12:25:43 PM
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But a chicken Huh Or is it something else judging by its paws? Maybe I am wrong.

The chicken is cute!   Grin

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October 14, 2011, 12:27:09 PM
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hullo

trying to mine the pool with minerd,

args
 minerd.exe --algo scrypt --s 6 --threads 3 --url http://184.107.145.244:8332 --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

Getting HTTP 403 error
then json_rpc_call failed.

What am I doing wrong?

Try taking the _ out of your username.

e.g. --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea5_1:1

becomes --userpass WBbkIbhS8WadBGfXOAzfef6a9ea51:1

removing "_" gives 403 error & also putting "." gives 403 error.
Only _ connects. but doesn't show in stats or account

From when Litecoin address started with W?
They never did. Mainnet Litecoin addresses are version 48 and start with a capital L.
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October 14, 2011, 12:29:38 PM
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I'm currently working on a JavaScript based miner for LiteCoin if anyones interested in it?
Let me know if you are.
(This means mining can be as simple as opening a webpage! Maybe pointing to the IP address of your litecoind server first, or would people prefer a pool?)

A pool, of course.

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October 14, 2011, 12:31:28 PM
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Need POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
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October 14, 2011, 12:55:04 PM
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speaking of that, terrytibbs is helping me to design a logo for Litecoin. I figure I should open it to everyone. If anyone else want to give it a try, post your logo to this thread. I will reward 100 LTC to the designer of the logo I ultimately go with. I realize 100 LTC is not a lot, but having your logo being selected is a good reward by itself.

hmm... maybe I should have premined to have coins for bounties. Cheesy

I suggest a logo with a silver color.  Bitcoin is gold and there are 21 mil.  there will be 82 mil litecoins which mean their exchange rate will likely always be cheaper than BTC. Geologically there is about 15 times more mineable silver than gold.

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October 14, 2011, 01:14:49 PM
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Update real quick on the pool guys:

The pool is working. There are 4-5 people that either have been PAID out or have payout but their minimum threshold hasn't been met. Feet free to confirm that, I'll post block explorer if I have to but I would rather a user have the discretion at identifying their own LTC address. Privacy, right?

Now... what's going on with the pool? I think it's working, but the target isn't correct. We should have hundreds of shares per block. We are getting 2-10 shares per block. I think the target is incorrect. I don't know if this will get better as the difficulty gets higher, or if this is what is going on.

You are not getting any shares in your account, because they are not difficulty 1 shares (or the .000024 or whatever they are) But not all shares getting turned in hit the target and some are stale.

I'm still looking into it. It's working, but not like it is supposed to. 

I'll restart pushpoold on the test server I set up and see if I can grab the packet with the difficulty and see what it is sending out. It may be a simple fix. May not be.

Also, the pool was hard coded at a 5% fee. I was going to zero that out to start and eventually set it back at 5. Things never really took off and I didn't even know we were going to find blocks on it.

PM your LTC address and username and I'll send you back the pools 5%. A failing beta version doesn't deserve it ATM.
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