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May 29, 2015, 12:22:03 PM
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Are you using a 32bit OS? How much free disk space do you have?

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May 29, 2015, 12:36:00 PM
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Yes 32 bit. I have 140 Gb (61.3 / 206 Gb)

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May 29, 2015, 12:41:27 PM
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Yes 32 bit. I have 140 Gb (61.3 / 206 Gb)

0.93.x does not work on x86 OS. Wait for 0.94

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May 29, 2015, 10:31:19 PM
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i saw this in the Bitcoin wiki for deterministic wallets:

"Armory deterministic wallet
Armory has its own Type-2 deterministic wallet format based on a "root key" and a "chain code." Earlier versions of Armory required backing up both the "root key" and "chaincode," while newer versions start deriving the chaincode from the private key in a non-reversible way. These newer Armory wallets (0.89+) only require the single, 256-bit root key. This older format is intended to be phased out in favor of the standard BIP0032 format. "

is this going to be a problem for those who keep and maintain old style wallets with both the chain code and root key?
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May 29, 2015, 11:14:34 PM
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i saw this in the Bitcoin wiki for deterministic wallets:

"Armory deterministic wallet
Armory has its own Type-2 deterministic wallet format based on a "root key" and a "chain code." Earlier versions of Armory required backing up both the "root key" and "chaincode," while newer versions start deriving the chaincode from the private key in a non-reversible way. These newer Armory wallets (0.89+) only require the single, 256-bit root key. This older format is intended to be phased out in favor of the standard BIP0032 format. "

is this going to be a problem for those who keep and maintain old style wallets with both the chain code and root key?

The new wallet format supporting BIP32 will be backwards compatible with every previous Armory wallet format.

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May 29, 2015, 11:18:02 PM
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The new wallet format supporting BIP32 will be backwards compatible with every previous Armory wallet format.
When you say "BIP32", do you mean BIP44?
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May 29, 2015, 11:22:40 PM
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The new wallet format supporting BIP32 will be backwards compatible with every previous Armory wallet format.
When you say "BIP32", do you mean BIP44?

I guess that's the proper name for the BIP specified HD wallets. Confusing me >_<"

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May 30, 2015, 01:18:13 AM
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BIP44 is the standard for multiple account wallets derived from a single seed.
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May 30, 2015, 06:08:07 PM
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i saw this in the Bitcoin wiki for deterministic wallets:

"Armory deterministic wallet
Armory has its own Type-2 deterministic wallet format based on a "root key" and a "chain code." Earlier versions of Armory required backing up both the "root key" and "chaincode," while newer versions start deriving the chaincode from the private key in a non-reversible way. These newer Armory wallets (0.89+) only require the single, 256-bit root key. This older format is intended to be phased out in favor of the standard BIP0032 format. "

is this going to be a problem for those who keep and maintain old style wallets with both the chain code and root key?

No. I don't know the exact technical details but older wallets will be safe moving forward. Smiley I think new wallets will be required to use the new 2.0 format - I could easily be wrong, though - but people with older wallets need not worry; their coins will be safe.

That being said, as always, make backups once wallet 2.0 support is included. Wink

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May 31, 2015, 05:22:25 PM
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BIP44 is the standard for multiple account wallets derived from a single seed.

diff btwn 32 & 44?
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May 31, 2015, 05:55:51 PM
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hi guys may i know what is the difference between :

TxOut Script Type:  Standard (P2SH)

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TxOut Script Type:  Standard (PKH)


i made a payout from my wallet to 2 different btc add but 1 of the Tx Script Type is P2SH & the other is PKH

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May 31, 2015, 08:48:19 PM
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diff btwn 32 & 44?
BIP32 is a standard for deriving key pairs from seeds.

BIP44 is an application of BIP32 for creating a standard HD wallet structure.
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May 31, 2015, 08:56:37 PM
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hi guys may i know what is the difference between :

TxOut Script Type:  Standard (P2SH)

&

TxOut Script Type:  Standard (PKH)


i made a payout from my wallet to 2 different btc add but 1 of the Tx Script Type is P2SH & the other is PKH

tia

It's a "nuts & bolts" difference that a vast majority of Bitcoin users need not care about. Armory handles all that behind the scenes unless a user must, for whatever reasons, send coins using P2SH or PKH. If you're still curious, look up scripts and the five "standard" script types.

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May 31, 2015, 10:47:50 PM
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hi guys may i know what is the difference between :

TxOut Script Type:  Standard (P2SH)

&

TxOut Script Type:  Standard (PKH)


i made a payout from my wallet to 2 different btc add but 1 of the Tx Script Type is P2SH & the other is PKH

tia

It's a "nuts & bolts" difference that a vast majority of Bitcoin users need not care about. Armory handles all that behind the scenes unless a user must, for whatever reasons, send coins using P2SH or PKH. If you're still curious, look up scripts and the five "standard" script types.

thx Wink
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June 14, 2015, 11:47:46 PM
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where is the Armory logo icon file stored and what is it's name?
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June 15, 2015, 03:11:13 AM
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where is the Armory logo icon file stored and what is it's name?

Probably depends on the OS (?). Some search terms can be found here: https://github.com/etotheipi/BitcoinArmory/tree/master/img

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June 15, 2015, 03:42:47 AM
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where is the Armory logo icon file stored and what is it's name?

Probably depends on the OS (?). Some search terms can be found here: https://github.com/etotheipi/BitcoinArmory/tree/master/img

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June 15, 2015, 09:28:07 PM
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where is the Armory logo icon file stored and what is it's name?

Probably depends on the OS (?). Some search terms can be found here: https://github.com/etotheipi/BitcoinArmory/tree/master/img

why won't the logo appear on my Armory.desktop launcher in Ubuntu?

in the desktop file i inserted:

Icon=BitcoinArmory/img/armory_logo.ico
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June 18, 2015, 08:38:01 AM
Last edit: June 18, 2015, 11:17:10 AM by Polyatomic
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for Bitcoin-Core you can do;
Code:
install -Dm644 bitcoin/share/pixmaps/bitcoin128.png ${DEST}/usr/share/pixmaps
install -Dm644 bitcoin/contrib/debian/bitcoin-qt.desktop ${DEST}/usr/share/applications/bitcoin.desktop
then update your desktop database with a trigger like this.
Code:
[ -x /usr/bin/update-desktop-database ] && echo "Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils" && /usr/bin/update-desktop-database

Something similar should work for Armory.

Updated Thu Jun 18 20:29:47 ACST 2015

Sorry man I've just had a look at the Makefile, make install looks like it already sets everything up
it uses rsync to mv the img directory to ${DESTDIR}/${PREFIX}/lib/armory but im not sure if that
includes an icon that shows up in your desktop launchbar - is that what you
want or ...
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June 18, 2015, 11:46:17 AM
Last edit: June 18, 2015, 12:00:39 PM by Polyatomic
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Ah your on Ubuntu, so I guess you created a deb, to make dpkg and the package manager
aware of it - which should of set everything up. Not sure why its not working then.

Armory looks cool. Might try and get this running in KDE Plasma 5.
hmm,  getting a few compiler warnings here.

Probably, not possibly uninteresting but here is the buildlog http://dpaste.com/158KN1Q
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