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July 27, 2013, 06:34:11 PM
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Finally bought a new PC  with 16GB RAM and 1 TB HD and now I can't download Armory.  Roll Eyes
Any ideas of when downloads will become available? What's the issue?

I thought it was a service-wide outtage because I couldn't access any projects, but it appears that something happened specifically to my project and/or account.  If I log out of gmail/google then I can at least start accessing projects again, but the bitcoinarmory project is still not found or accessible.  I just submitted a service request to google-code-hosting and we'll see what they say.  In the meantime, I may have to relocate the downloads.

Edit:  Ugh!  I just realized I don't have the original, signed files.  They were uploaded from my USB key (after signing on the offline computer), then the key was wiped.  I guess I never expected code.google.com to go down and take those with it.  This may take some work to get it back up...

Etotheipi,
Just curious so I don't have to check back so often:
Are we talking minutes, hours or days?

I'm sure others will have the same question.
Thanks and hope everything goes smoothly.
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I don't know.  I definitely don't have any signed copies of the app anymore.  I'd have to re-execute the signing procedure on the offline computer.  I guess I'll have to add something to my script to make an archive directory of signed installers to avoid this in the future.

On the other hand: all the installers are signed with my GPG key.  Theoretically, if one were to provide me with my own installers, I could verify their authenticity.  I do still have the signed hash file, so I know what the sha256sums are supposed to look like (and the debs are signed directly).  If you have downloaded copies of the installers, please help me out and find a way to get them to me.  Then I'll put them in a new download location (after verifying them).

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July 27, 2013, 07:06:24 PM
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Finally bought a new PC  with 16GB RAM and 1 TB HD and now I can't download Armory.  Roll Eyes
Any ideas of when downloads will become available? What's the issue?

I thought it was a service-wide outtage because I couldn't access any projects, but it appears that something happened specifically to my project and/or account.  If I log out of gmail/google then I can at least start accessing projects again, but the bitcoinarmory project is still not found or accessible.  I just submitted a service request to google-code-hosting and we'll see what they say.  In the meantime, I may have to relocate the downloads.

Edit:  Ugh!  I just realized I don't have the original, signed files.  They were uploaded from my USB key (after signing on the offline computer), then the key was wiped.  I guess I never expected code.google.com to go down and take those with it.  This may take some work to get it back up...

Etotheipi,
Just curious so I don't have to check back so often:
Are we talking minutes, hours or days?

I'm sure others will have the same question.
Thanks and hope everything goes smoothly.
-xcsler

I don't know.  I definitely don't have any signed copies of the app anymore.  I'd have to re-execute the signing procedure on the offline computer.  I guess I'll have to add something to my script to make an archive directory of signed installers to avoid this in the future.

On the other hand: all the installers are signed with my GPG key.  Theoretically, if one were to provide me with my own installers, I could verify their authenticity.  I do still have the signed hash file, so I know what the sha256sums are supposed to look like (and the debs are signed directly).  If you have downloaded copies of the installers, please help me out and find a way to get them to me.  Then I'll put them in a new download location (after verifying them).

Not sure if this is what you are looking for but give it a try:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hft3nmyotgwlapp/hrIbXq1aRL?n=4370239
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July 27, 2013, 07:15:45 PM
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Not sure if this is what you are looking for but give it a try:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hft3nmyotgwlapp/hrIbXq1aRL?n=4370239

No, the only versions I need are 0.87.2 and 0.88.1.  I'm not going to post the older version because of some important updates that were put in 0.86.3+.

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July 27, 2013, 08:37:08 PM
Last edit: July 27, 2013, 09:33:22 PM by etotheipi
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Okay, I got everything except for the OSX installer.  If anyone has that please send it to me.  

https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_win64.msi
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_win32.msi
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_amd64.deb
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_i386.deb
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_OfflineBundle_Ubuntu-10.04-64bit.tar.gz
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_OfflineBundle_Ubuntu-10.04-32bit.tar.gz


The offline-signed GPG hashes of the installers are here (and the .deb files are signed: verify with "dpkg-sig --verify armory*.deb):
https://s3.amazonaws.com/BitcoinArmoryReleases/0.88.1-beta/armory_0.88.1-beta_sha256.txt.asc


EDIT: Updated to Amazon S3 storage which is a bit more reliable than dropbox

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Please donate to the Armory project by clicking here!    (or donate directly via 1QBDLYTDFHHZAABYSKGKPWKLSXZWCCJQBX -- yes, it's a real address!)
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July 27, 2013, 10:39:37 PM
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I have 5 GB of RAM and for me the only real slow part is the startup - that takes several minutes.  After that, it works pretty well.

Scratch that.  This used to be the case, but it doesn't really work any more.

etotheipi, if you're still looking for the installer - Google Code is back up now, so you should be able to download it off there.


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July 27, 2013, 10:45:23 PM
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I have 5 GB of RAM and for me the only real slow part is the startup - that takes several minutes.  After that, it works pretty well.

Scratch that.  This used to be the case, but it doesn't really work any more.

etotheipi, if you're still looking for the installer - Google Code is back up now, so you should be able to download it off there.


Are you logged in as a google user?  It still get "access denied" for all googlecode pages when logged in.  And when logged out, I still can't find it or access it directly.

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July 27, 2013, 11:11:13 PM
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Armory is awesome on my new 16GB RAM PC with Linux OS!
The whole blockchain downloaded in 12 hours and Armory's scan took about 2 minutes.
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July 27, 2013, 11:14:30 PM
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Armory is awesome on my new 16GB RAM PC with Linux OS!
The whole blockchain downloaded in 12 hours and Armory's scan took about 2 minutes.

Real men have 32 GB of RAM Smiley


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July 27, 2013, 11:19:00 PM
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Armory is awesome on my new 16GB RAM PC with Linux OS!
The whole blockchain downloaded in 12 hours and Armory's scan took about 2 minutes.

Real men have 32 GB of RAM Smiley



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July 28, 2013, 12:45:48 AM
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I have 5 GB of RAM and for me the only real slow part is the startup - that takes several minutes.  After that, it works pretty well.

Scratch that.  This used to be the case, but it doesn't really work any more.

etotheipi, if you're still looking for the installer - Google Code is back up now, so you should be able to download it off there.


Are you logged in as a google user?  It still get "access denied" for all googlecode pages when logged in.  And when logged out, I still can't find it or access it directly.

Oh, you're right.  I went to code.google.com, which is working fine, but the one remaining googlecode page linked to from bitcoinarmory.com is returning a 403 error.  Apparently I didn't look far enough.

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Have you got any reply from Google code?  Did they just lose everything?

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July 28, 2013, 02:07:24 PM
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I tried to sign a message but it comes back with the following:

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Program: C:\...


This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an
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Please contact the application's support team for more information."

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July 28, 2013, 08:51:56 PM
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I tried to sign a message but it comes back with the following:

"Runtime Error!

Program: C:\...


This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an
unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information."



This is what happens when it's scanning the blockchain, never completes. This is using the 32-bit version, 64 bit version would crash before even showing the splash screen.

Is there any way to use another client until these bugs get fixed? I really need to use my coins, but can't as they are all stored in the Armory... and the Armory is locking me out :-/
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July 28, 2013, 11:52:07 PM
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This is what happens when it's scanning the blockchain, never completes. This is using the 32-bit version, 64 bit version would crash before even showing the splash screen.

Is there any way to use another client until these bugs get fixed? I really need to use my coins, but can't as they are all stored in the Armory... and the Armory is locking me out :-/

Armory stores the private keys in a pretty simple format. You could extract them and import them into another client. Give me a minute and I'll write a quick script to do that...
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July 29, 2013, 02:31:13 PM
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Ram is insane expensive right now. I got the 32 for $100 last black Friday.
You must mean inexpensive, right? 32 GB for $100 is crazy cheap.
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July 29, 2013, 03:46:22 PM
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FYI, it turns out that my code.google.com project was banned because I was offering downloads of installers without associated source code.  They thought that I was using their service to assist with distribution of closed-source software. 

I offered to move the repo to google servers, but they said it was actually fine, as long as it's actually open source and the code is available somewhere.   So they re-enabled the downloads and I added a comment to the project description with the link to the github repo.   All is well, now.

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FYI, it turns out that my code.google.com project was banned because I was offering downloads of installers without associated source code.  They thought that I was using their service to assist with distribution of closed-source software. 

I offered to move the repo to google servers, but they said it was actually fine, as long as it's actually open source and the code is available somewhere.   So they re-enabled the downloads and I added a comment to the project description with the link to the github repo.   All is well, now.

Glad to hear that you got it resolved.

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SUCCESS!!!!   Grin

Okay, normally, this is the time I move on with my life, but I really think it would be a good idea to share all of the steps I had to take, so that etothepi can put these instructions on the BitcoinArmory website for the NEXT person who runs Fedora and wants to install Bitcoin Armory. There are a lot of Fedora users out there and it would be a shame for them to turn away from using Bitcoin Armory because they couldn't figure out how to get it installed, or perhaps they saw there weren't installation instructions and didn't even try. So, here's everything I did in order to get Bitcoin Armory installed. I hope you'll put this up.

In addition to all of the packages you list to install, also include:

gcc-c++
python-devel
PyQt4-devel

Then have them edit cppForSwig/Makefile and

replace line 26 with:

26    STATICPYTHON +=   "/usr/lib64/libpython2.7.so.1.0"

and line 29 with:

29    STATICPYTHON +=   "$(DEPSDIR)/lib64/libpython2.7.so.1.0"

making sure to put either 64 or 32 depending on the architecture.

Then it should work great! And you've just increased the number of users that can and will use Bitcoin Armory.

Thanks for all the help guys!


I just had a random scary thought.

Is there anyway that editing the makefile like I've done in order to get it to compile could possibly jeopardize the coins in my wallets? Like, for example, being able to send bitcoins to my armory wallets but not being being able to spend them, because the wallets are invalid because of some tweaking made to the makefile?

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SUCCESS!!!!   Grin

Okay, normally, this is the time I move on with my life, but I really think it would be a good idea to share all of the steps I had to take, so that etothepi can put these instructions on the BitcoinArmory website for the NEXT person who runs Fedora and wants to install Bitcoin Armory. There are a lot of Fedora users out there and it would be a shame for them to turn away from using Bitcoin Armory because they couldn't figure out how to get it installed, or perhaps they saw there weren't installation instructions and didn't even try. So, here's everything I did in order to get Bitcoin Armory installed. I hope you'll put this up.

In addition to all of the packages you list to install, also include:

gcc-c++
python-devel
PyQt4-devel

Then have them edit cppForSwig/Makefile and

replace line 26 with:

26    STATICPYTHON +=   "/usr/lib64/libpython2.7.so.1.0"

and line 29 with:

29    STATICPYTHON +=   "$(DEPSDIR)/lib64/libpython2.7.so.1.0"

making sure to put either 64 or 32 depending on the architecture.

Then it should work great! And you've just increased the number of users that can and will use Bitcoin Armory.

Thanks for all the help guys!


I just had a random scary thought.

Is there anyway that editing the makefile like I've done in order to get it to compile could possibly jeopardize the coins in my wallets? Like, for example, being able to send bitcoins to my armory wallets but not being being able to spend them, because the wallets are invalid because of some tweaking made to the makefile?
not really, unless you use a libpython which does malicious/destructive things Wink

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July 30, 2013, 12:21:36 AM
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I just had a random scary thought.

Is there anyway that editing the makefile like I've done in order to get it to compile could possibly jeopardize the coins in my wallets? Like, for example, being able to send bitcoins to my armory wallets but not being being able to spend them, because the wallets are invalid because of some tweaking made to the makefile?

Only if you tweaked the makefile to point to a library that identical code/functions/interfaces, but produced different (incorrect) answers.  This is basically impossible without something malicious going on, or if the version of your library has a bug so extraordinary that it produces incorrect public keys for a given private key -- which would be caught immediately with any respectable crypto library before an official release.

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Only use Armory software signed by the Armory Offline Signing Key (0x98832223)

Please donate to the Armory project by clicking here!    (or donate directly via 1QBDLYTDFHHZAABYSKGKPWKLSXZWCCJQBX -- yes, it's a real address!)
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