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August 04, 2014, 04:49:31 PM
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yeah that's it.  what should i do?

If you're really against reinstalling you can download the packages yourself and transfer them over:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingSoftware#Installing_packages_without_an_Internet_connection

Guide to armory offline install on USB key:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241730.0
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August 04, 2014, 07:39:23 PM
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In general, emails should be encrypted unless there's a very good reason to leave them in cleartext.

In general, BitMessage should be used unless there's a very good reason to leave a metadata trail.

And wouldn't it be awesome to have BitMessage broadcast around unsigned simulfund transactions...

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August 04, 2014, 07:43:05 PM
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And wouldn't it be awesome to have BitMessage broadcast around unsigned simulfund transactions...
I'll go a step further and say Bitmessage should be the basis for a Bitcoin payment protocol.

https://gist.github.com/ryanxcharles/1c0f95d0892b4a92d70a#comment-1275249
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August 05, 2014, 02:21:35 AM
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I still have yet to set up armory but am curious about a few things.

I know in the past, at least with XP, memory was an issue or I think online systems. In any event, I'm looking to get two used laptops to which I will re-write the OS so it's all fresh. That bein said, for both the online and offline systems that will be used or nothing but armory / the main btc client.

What should I look at in terms of processor, memory etc ? I don't want to spend a whole lot since these wont be used for every day use but just left running 24/7, a least in regards to the online system where as the offline system will just run sleep mode most of the time.

So...

Online System (Armor & Core Client)
Memory: xxx
OS: xxx
Processor: xxx
Anything else I'm not thinking of: xxx

Offline System (Armory only if I recall right...)
Memory: xxx
OS: xxx
Processor: xxx
Anything else I'm not thinking of: xxx


Again, since these wont be used for every day use but just armor an the core client I'm not looking to spend a lot for two used laptops but want to make sure I have something I can use for at least a year or more.

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August 05, 2014, 10:59:58 AM
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Offline System (Armory only if I recall right...)

The offline system is completely uncritical. It doesn't need bitcoind nor the Armory blockchain, so 100mb free HDD space is enough. CPU and memory wise, a Raspberry Pi is already sufficient. This means that *any* computer you are able to install a recent OS on will be fine with offline Armory. I highly suggest Linux for this.

It got much, much better with the online system too. Before, you needed around 8 gig memory. Now a "normal computer" is fine. Others will chime in what this means in detail (more than 50gb HDD for example).

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And wouldn't it be awesome to have BitMessage broadcast around unsigned simulfund transactions...
I'll go a step further and say Bitmessage should be the basis for a Bitcoin payment protocol.

https://gist.github.com/ryanxcharles/1c0f95d0892b4a92d70a#comment-1275249

I second that!
Also, I love the idea of a DIY Bitmessage-Mail-gateway on my own hardware. Is there anything out there already?


Any progress on internationalization (i.e. support for localization)? Smiley

I don't mean to bug anyone about this, but I believe i18n will help spreading one of the most secure Bitcoin wallets to regions of the world where English is not a language that is mastered fluently by everyone, especially on a technical level. Perhaps it will even help to ease the general notion (?) that Armory is hard to master (to which I disagree, btw.). For a desktop app, Armory does have a lot of text (which is good for an app of this kind, IMO), and I for one would like to see that more accessible throughout the world. I'd be volunteering to translate Armory into my language without hesitation.

I'm in for translating!

Would it make sense to have localisation via addons?
Any news on addons, by the way?

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August 05, 2014, 01:07:52 PM
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Also, I love the idea of a DIY Bitmessage-Mail-gateway on my own hardware. Is there anything out there already?
All the pieces exist if you know how to put them together.

If you're running your own mail server, then you can run Bitmessage in daemon mode and use bmwrapper to add a POP/SMTP interface that your stack can interface with.
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August 05, 2014, 07:02:36 PM
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Offline System (Armory only if I recall right...)

The offline system is completely uncritical. It doesn't need bitcoind nor the Armory blockchain, so 100mb free HDD space is enough. CPU and memory wise, a Raspberry Pi is already sufficient. This means that *any* computer you are able to install a recent OS on will be fine with offline Armory. I highly suggest Linux for this.

It got much, much better with the online system too. Before, you needed around 8 gig memory. Now a "normal computer" is fine. Others will chime in what this means in detail (more than 50gb HDD for example).

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Ty for that, I know shit about linux aside from my limited experience with my cloud VPS.

So that said, it would be I guess as you said, at least for offline, any old laptop I can get my hands on with at least one USB port running XP, Vista or I guess 7. However XP is the only OS I have a copy of.

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Also, I love the idea of a DIY Bitmessage-Mail-gateway on my own hardware. Is there anything out there already?
All the pieces exist if you know how to put them together.

If you're running your own mail server, then you can run Bitmessage in daemon mode and use bmwrapper to add a POP/SMTP interface that your stack can interface with.

Thanks for the pointer, noted down!

Offline System (Armory only if I recall right...)

The offline system is completely uncritical. It doesn't need bitcoind nor the Armory blockchain, so 100mb free HDD space is enough. CPU and memory wise, a Raspberry Pi is already sufficient. This means that *any* computer you are able to install a recent OS on will be fine with offline Armory. I highly suggest Linux for this.

It got much, much better with the online system too. Before, you needed around 8 gig memory. Now a "normal computer" is fine. Others will chime in what this means in detail (more than 50gb HDD for example).

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Ty for that, I know shit about linux aside from my limited experience with my cloud VPS.

So that said, it would be I guess as you said, at least for offline, any old laptop I can get my hands on with at least one USB port running XP, Vista or I guess 7. However XP is the only OS I have a copy of.

Yep, anything with USB should do.
I'd really suggest you to give Linux a try. Use a Ubuntu Live-CD for example, if you don't like it, remove the CD and use windows as before (well, backup your wallet, right? heh)
You will only be using Armory anyway. Armory (and firefox and openoffice and thunderbird etc) look all the same, no matter if on windows or Linux.
Linux will be more robust, and runs better on slower hardware than comparably new windows versions.
You'll get plenty of help should you get stuck.

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August 05, 2014, 08:19:49 PM
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Simulfunding drive is moving, but slowly.   Gonna have to do some more marketing!

We're at 5.0 BTC in donations matched.  That's a total of 10 BTC donated!  (0.5 is in transit, so only 4.5 is represented on the webpage).  So we're at about 1/4 our goal. 

I rarely ask for money or donations explicitly, but I am asking now.  Double the value of a donation to an org/charity that supports Bitcoin, OSS and/or digital freedom! 

https://bitcoinarmory.com/donation-match-list/

As mentioned before:  there's only 5 organizations listed there, but also only 17.5 BTC worth of notes which leaves us with 2.5 for "other".  If you have different organization to which you want to donate, let me know!  I'm especially open to OpenSSL and wikipedia.  Though both of them will require a little coordination:  we will have to get a 15-minute payment address and do the simulfunding process within that 15 minutes.  Easy -- it only takes like 2 min -- but it will requires scheduling it.



I'm missing Tor on that list :-)
Honestly, I never (consciously) heard of FSF nor CCN..
Nor "Chamber of Digital Commerce", but that's a Bitcoin-thingie anyway, so thumbs up.

Hmm.. OpenSSL is an important piece of Bitcoin. "Standing on the shoulders of giants".
Wikipedia Wikimedia? I dunno, after they took so long, with so many offers and pleas, I'm a bit recalcitrant ;-)

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Simulfunding drive is moving, but slowly.   Gonna have to do some more marketing!

We're at 5.0 BTC in donations matched.  That's a total of 10 BTC donated!  (0.5 is in transit, so only 4.5 is represented on the webpage).  So we're at about 1/4 our goal.  

I rarely ask for money or donations explicitly, but I am asking now.  Double the value of a donation to an org/charity that supports Bitcoin, OSS and/or digital freedom!  

https://bitcoinarmory.com/donation-match-list/

As mentioned before:  there's only 5 organizations listed there, but also only 17.5 BTC worth of notes which leaves us with 2.5 for "other".  If you have different organization to which you want to donate, let me know!  I'm especially open to OpenSSL and wikipedia.  Though both of them will require a little coordination:  we will have to get a 15-minute payment address and do the simulfunding process within that 15 minutes.  Easy -- it only takes like 2 min -- but it will requires scheduling it.

Also, once all slots are taken, this is a good opportunity for media coverage. We are talking about a cool $24k donations here. Let'##s get this, with Armory and multisig onto some frontpages! :-)

edit: messed up quotation tags

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August 05, 2014, 08:24:46 PM
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Also, I love the idea of a DIY Bitmessage-Mail-gateway on my own hardware. Is there anything out there already?
All the pieces exist if you know how to put them together.

If you're running your own mail server, then you can run Bitmessage in daemon mode and use bmwrapper to add a POP/SMTP interface that your stack can interface with.

Thanks for the pointer, noted down!

Offline System (Armory only if I recall right...)

The offline system is completely uncritical. It doesn't need bitcoind nor the Armory blockchain, so 100mb free HDD space is enough. CPU and memory wise, a Raspberry Pi is already sufficient. This means that *any* computer you are able to install a recent OS on will be fine with offline Armory. I highly suggest Linux for this.

It got much, much better with the online system too. Before, you needed around 8 gig memory. Now a "normal computer" is fine. Others will chime in what this means in detail (more than 50gb HDD for example).

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Ty for that, I know shit about linux aside from my limited experience with my cloud VPS.

So that said, it would be I guess as you said, at least for offline, any old laptop I can get my hands on with at least one USB port running XP, Vista or I guess 7. However XP is the only OS I have a copy of.

Yep, anything with USB should do.
I'd really suggest you to give Linux a try. Use a Ubuntu Live-CD for example, if you don't like it, remove the CD and use windows as before (well, backup your wallet, right? heh)
You will only be using Armory anyway. Armory (and firefox and openoffice and thunderbird etc) look all the same, no matter if on windows or Linux.
Linux will be more robust, and runs better on slower hardware than comparably new windows versions.
You'll get plenty of help should you get stuck.

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Again, thx for he help. As for the online system, I'm thinking maybe like a 1.5+ Gh CPU, 2gb of RAM with something like 100gb minimum of disk space. Will probably just use XP for the time being to see how that works out then figured out where to go from there.

I suspect the two laptops alone will run me at least a $100 a pop, probably closer to $150 each which is why options will be limited. I know I don't need much though since it will just be an Armor online only system and not have email and stuff running.

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August 05, 2014, 08:28:41 PM
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Simulfunding drive is moving, but slowly.   Gonna have to do some more marketing!

We're at 5.0 BTC in donations matched.  That's a total of 10 BTC donated!  (0.5 is in transit, so only 4.5 is represented on the webpage).  So we're at about 1/4 our goal.  

I rarely ask for money or donations explicitly, but I am asking now.  Double the value of a donation to an org/charity that supports Bitcoin, OSS and/or digital freedom!  

https://bitcoinarmory.com/donation-match-list/

As mentioned before:  there's only 5 organizations listed there, but also only 17.5 BTC worth of notes which leaves us with 2.5 for "other".  If you have different organization to which you want to donate, let me know!  I'm especially open to OpenSSL and wikipedia.  Though both of them will require a little coordination:  we will have to get a 15-minute payment address and do the simulfunding process within that 15 minutes.  Easy -- it only takes like 2 min -- but it will requires scheduling it.



I'm missing Tor on that list :-)
Honestly, I never (consciously) heard of FSF nor CCN..
Nor "Chamber of Digital Commerce", but that's a Bitcoin-thingie anyway, so thumbs up.

Hmm.. OpenSSL is an important piece of Bitcoin. "Standing on the shoulders of giants".
Wikipedia Wikimedia? I dunno, after they took so long, with so many offers and pleas, I'm a bit recalcitrant ;-)

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If you want to donate to OpenSSL or Tor, we'll be happy to match!  Part of the issue is that they refused to get us a persistent donation address, so they only address we could get would technically only be valid for 15 min.   If someone wants to donate to them, we can schedule a 15 minute window to execute the simulfunding process Smiley

FSF, EFF and Bitcoin Foundation should be fairly well-known within this community.  CCN (college cryptocurrency network) is a group that is trying to get college students involved in Bitcoin, which may very well pave the next generation of Bitcoin innovations and Bitcoin services.  After seeing what's going on at MIT, we wanted to help get as many young minds into Bitcoin as possible.

Chamber of Digital Commerce is very new, though it is headed by Perianne Boring which has been active in the community.  She is a former ... correspondent?  staffer?  lobbyist?  on Capital Hill, and has a tremendous amount of experience with public policy and lobbying.  Her organzation is trying to be a lobbyist on behalf of Bitcoin (in general), to make sure the intelligence/sanity is present in lawmaking and public policy related to Bitcoin. 

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August 05, 2014, 08:55:52 PM
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If you want to donate to OpenSSL or Tor, we'll be happy to match!  Part of the issue is that they refused to get us a persistent donation address, so they only address we could get would technically only be valid for 15 min.   If someone wants to donate to them, we can schedule a 15 minute window to execute the simulfunding process Smiley

FSF, EFF and Bitcoin Foundation should be fairly well-known within this community.  CCN (college cryptocurrency network) is a group that is trying to get college students involved in Bitcoin, which may very well pave the next generation of Bitcoin innovations and Bitcoin services.  After seeing what's going on at MIT, we wanted to help get as many young minds into Bitcoin as possible.

Chamber of Digital Commerce is very new, though it is headed by Perianne Boring which has been active in the community.  She is a former ... correspondent?  staffer?  lobbyist?  on Capital Hill, and has a tremendous amount of experience with public policy and lobbying.  Her organzation is trying to be a lobbyist on behalf of Bitcoin (in general), to make sure the intelligence/sanity is present in lawmaking and public policy related to Bitcoin. 

You did choose wise on those, I can see that! :-)

Also, I messed up my quotations:
Also, once all slots are taken, this is a good opportunity for media coverage. We are talking about a cool $24k donations here. Let's get this, with Armory and multisig onto some frontpages! :-)

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August 05, 2014, 08:56:10 PM
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Part of the issue is that they refused to get us a persistent donation address, so they only address we could get would technically only be valid for 15 min.
Would support for stealth addresses fix that problem?
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August 07, 2014, 02:14:49 AM
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EDIT: The re-installation of Armory solved my issue: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56424.msg8257970#msg8257970

Bought Thinkpad with 380 GB HDD.
Installed Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 (64-bit). Formatted entire HDD with Ubuntu built-in encryption.
Checked for software updates via the "software updater" graphical application.
Installed bitcoin core v0.9.1.0-g026a939-beta (64-bit) via terminal:
Code:
$ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install bitcoin-qt
Let blockchain download completely
Installed Armory 0.92.1 for Ubuntu 12.04+ (64-bit) by double-clicking on the .deb, which opens in Ubuntu Software Center, then clicked "Install" button.
Let Armory build databases.
Left computer on for a few days to host the blockchain. Go Bitcoin!
Come back to PC to make a transaction. See an error screen. Click "send ubuntu error report".
Start Armory again. Get error screen again. This time, click "show details". Take screen captures, posted below.
Reboot PC.
Start bitcoin core.
Start Armory. Armory closes itself.
Start Armory. Armory closes itself.
Wrote this post.

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EDIT: Read the armory support page, which requested an armory log file. Here it is from my most recent PC reboot, then start Armory, then watch Armory close itself:

Code:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1003 - C++ block utilities loaded successfully
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:560 - Executing popen: free -m
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:560 - Executing popen: ['cat', '/proc/cpuinfo']
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1110 -
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1111 -
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1112 -
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1113 - ************************************************************
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1114 - Invoked: /usr/lib/armory/ArmoryQt.py
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1115 - ************************************************************
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1116 - Loading Armory Engine:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1117 -    Armory Version        : 0.92.1
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1118 -    PyBtcWallet  Version  : 1.35
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1119 - Detected Operating system: Linux
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1120 -    OS Variant            : Ubuntu-14.04-trusty
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1121 -    User home-directory   : /home/tres
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1122 -    Satoshi BTC directory : /home/tres/.bitcoin/
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1123 -    Armory home dir       : /home/tres/.armory/
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1124 - Detected System Specs    :
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1125 -    Total Available RAM   : 3.66 GB
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1126 -    CPU ID string         : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU       M 520  @ 2.40GHz
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1127 -    Number of CPU cores   : 4 cores
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1128 -    System is 64-bit      : True
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1129 -    Preferred Encoding    : UTF-8
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1130 -    Machine Arch          : x86_64
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1131 -    Available HDD (ARM)   : 222 GB
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1132 -    Available HDD (BTC)   : 222 GB
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1133 -
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1134 - Network Name: Main Network
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1135 - Satoshi Port: 8333
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1136 - Do wlt check: True
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1137 - Named options/arguments to armoryengine.py:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     maxOpenFiles    : 0
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     nettimeout      : 2
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     rescan          : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     leveldbDir      : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     ignoreAllZC     : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     disableModules  : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     port            : None
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     interport       : 8223
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     coverageOutputDir: None
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     forceWalletCheck: False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     rebuild         : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     datadir         : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     offline         : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     satoshiPort     : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     netlog          : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     keypool         : 100
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     coverageInclude : None
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     forceOnline     : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     skipAnnounceCheck: False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     redownload      : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     multisigFile    : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     disableTorrent  : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     testAnnounceCode: False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     mtdebug         : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     skipVerCheck    : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     settingsPath    : /home/tres/.armory/ArmorySettings.txt
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     verbosity       : None
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     doDebug         : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     testnet         : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     rpcport         : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     satoshiHome     : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     satoshiRpcport  : DEFAULT
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     logDisable      : False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     logFile         : /home/tres/.armory/ArmoryQt.py.log.txt
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1139 -     disableConfPermis: False
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1140 - Other arguments:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1143 - ************************************************************
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:1538 - C++ block utilities loaded successfully
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1568 - Using the asynchronous/multi-threaded BlockDataManager.
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1569 - Blockchain operations will happen in the background.  
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1570 - Devs: check TheBDM.getBDMState() before asking for data.
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1571 - Registering addresses during rescans will queue them for
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1572 - inclusion after the current scan is completed.
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:3429 - Using settings file: /home/tres/.armory/ArmorySettings.txt
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:83 - Reading files in fetcher directory:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:92 -    announce         : fff53f11c706e365a35541a6e9eef2fcd3252a11c2fcf8df533956c7b5c34768
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:92 -    downloads        : dd5ebbcb47194ea04d2c7394143ad434fae4dc6a76491023814d4c1c7ab0b1dc
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:92 -    bootstrap        : 85c16aa3846585af5def2a8df53ef83094a6c5bdad87b002b497c71c077e4bdc
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:92 -    changelog        : 092add56e3ca6bbdc1d9cd7fe4a04e177ff5388e3a5ef7a71c68adbf0c18cf5c
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:92 -    notify           : 858d111282eb25a1fbbc579a997b3f34bfd1c61731339fa152929420424b5a43
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2542 - loadWalletsAndSettings
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2598 - Loading wallets...
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- announcefetch.py:252 - Fetching: https://bitcoinarmory.com/announce.txt?osvar=ubuntu&os=lin&ver=0.92.1&id=11cb39fa
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2644 - Number of wallets read in: 1
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2649 -    Wallet (********):    "Primary Wallet (Watch)          "   (No Encryption)
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2083 - Setting up networking...
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2135 - Internet connection is Available: True
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2136 - Bitcoin-Qt/bitcoind is Available: 8333
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2137 - The first blk*.dat was Available: True
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2138 - Online mode currently possible:   True
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2325 - loadBlockchainIfNecessary
2014-08-06 21:43 (ERROR) -- ArmoryQt.py:1176 - 6 attempts to load blockchain failed.  Remove mempool.bin.
2014-08-06 21:43 (ERROR) -- ArmoryQt.py:1181 - File mempool.bin does not exist. Nothing deleted.
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:2362 - Setting netmode: 1
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:470 - Setting online mode: True (wait=False)
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:1509 - Go online requested
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:1367 - setupUriRegistration
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:560 - Executing popen: gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/bitcoin/command
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:982 - Setting Armory Home Dir: /home/tres/.armory/
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:983 - Setting BlkFile Dir:     /home/tres/.bitcoin/blocks
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- BDM.py:984 - Setting LevelDB Dir:     /home/tres/.armory/databases
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:560 - Executing popen: xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handler/bitcoin
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryUtils.py:560 - Executing popen: find /home/tres -type f -name "mimeTypes.rdf"
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:617 - Usermode: Advanced
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:1662 - Changing usermode:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:1663 -    From: Advanced
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:1671 -      To: Advanced
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:6114 - Dashboard switched to "Scanning" mode
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5418 - Switching Armory state text to Mgmt:User, State:ScanWithWallets
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5418 - Switching Armory state text to Mgmt:Auto, State:NewUserInfo
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5360 - Switching Armory functional mode to "Scanning"
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:63 - Connection initiated.  Start handshake
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:6114 - Dashboard switched to "Scanning" mode
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5418 - Switching Armory state text to Mgmt:User, State:ScanWithWallets
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5418 - Switching Armory state text to Mgmt:Auto, State:NewUserInfo
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5360 - Switching Armory functional mode to "Scanning"
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:152 - Received version message from peer:
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:153 -    Version:     70002
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:154 -    SubVersion:  /Satoshi:0.9.1/
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:155 -    TimeStamp:   1407379417
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:156 -    StartHeight: 314318
2014-08-06 21:43 (INFO) -- Networking.py:348 - Handshake finished, connection open!
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:44 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
2014-08-06 21:45 (INFO) -- BDM.py:419 - Reading blockchain, pct complete: 99.8
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Start bitcoin core. [...]

That's not necessary. Armory calls bitcoind by itself. It actually warns you it bitcoin core is already running.


I had a similar issue (also 14.04) and the support team advised me to use --satoshi-datadir=/home/<youruser>/.bitcoin/ in the command line, even though I already had set it in the Settings dialog in Armory. Some minor bug apparently.

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Lavender:

First of all your wallet is has private keys and no encryption. I suggest you create a proper WO wallet before you move any funds there.

Next, create a ticket and post your armorycpplog.txt:

https://bitcoinarmory.com/support

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Is there any way to have a custom vanity address be the start of a new deterministic Armory wallet address?

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August 08, 2014, 01:09:50 AM
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Start bitcoin core. [...]

That's not necessary. Armory calls bitcoind by itself. It actually warns you it bitcoin core is already running.


I had a similar issue (also 14.04) and the support team advised me to use --satoshi-datadir=/home/<youruser>/.bitcoin/ in the command line, even though I already had set it in the Settings dialog in Armory. Some minor bug apparently.

I skipped that step, trying to avoid bogging you down with the details. Armory says it cannot find the Bitcoin directory, despite me using the default directory, so I unclicked "manage bitcoin core" within Armory and instead manually launch bitcoin core before opening Armory.

I just tried starting Armory by typing:

Code:
python BitcoinArmory/ArmoryQt.py--satoshi-datadir=/home/<youruser>/.bitcoin/

But it said the armory file could not be found. I googled how to start armory in terminal, but did not figure it out. I just uninstalled Armory and re-installed it. It's building databases now.

Lavender:

First of all your wallet is has private keys and no encryption. I suggest you create a proper WO wallet before you move any funds there.

Next, create a ticket and post your armorycpplog.txt:

https://bitcoinarmory.com/support

Thank you for the concern. I missed a step in my procedure - the wallet is not a full wallet, I imported a watching-only wallet.

Originally, I did not want to submit an official help ticket, so that the developers can develop and perhaps forum members can help support. I just reinstalled Armory, so I'll see if that works.

EDIT: The re-install of Armory fixed my problem. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56424.msg8257970#msg8257970
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