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September 07, 2014, 06:51:49 PM
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Until then, I'm not sure there's much we can do
You could let Armory download blocks from the node it connects to as a peer instead of requiring direct file access to the blockchain so that we aren't limited to using Armory with Bitcoin Core.
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September 07, 2014, 06:54:57 PM
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Until then, I'm not sure there's much we can do.... 

Thanks for the information. I'll keep an eye open for that. I will however try what you and others suggest in keeping core/Armory running in the background and see how that goes over the next week. Seems to be the solution.
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September 09, 2014, 05:30:47 AM
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On the other hand, I just leave Armory running.  Can use File-->Minimize to keep it hidden.  It shouldn't require much in terms of resources, and then is instantly available whenever you need it.  But I understand not everyone wants to do that (or might be resource-limited)

As yet another way, I have bitcoind (of bitcoin-core) in autostart. As it itself has no GUI, I won't even see it. The blockchain is always up-to-date this way, and whenever I run Armory, it's all ready in less than a minute.

How about a solution like amule / amuled? The daemon runs in the background and the GUI only connects when needed.
http://wiki.amule.org/wiki/FAQ_amulegui

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September 09, 2014, 08:34:18 AM
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What is the recommended offline bundle for a Raspberry Pi?  The 0.92.1 on the website; the 0.92.2-testing version posted here; or a newer version?  I plan to set up a new offline computer for long-term storage.
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September 09, 2014, 01:48:46 PM
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What is the recommended offline bundle for a Raspberry Pi?  The 0.92.1 on the website; the 0.92.2-testing version posted here; or a newer version?  I plan to set up a new offline computer for long-term storage.

For a non-OSX offline computer, it doesn't make a difference.  0.92.2 is basically just a bugfix release for OSX and some privacy issues with online computers (and will be "official" very soon)

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September 10, 2014, 05:57:13 PM
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I think it'd be good if you made the offline version of Armory to work with Lubuntu.  As most people use older hardware for offline machines plus the latest Lubuntu 14.04 is an LTS version.  [...]

I installed on Lubuntu 14.04 (works for others too). It's not that hard to do: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=777625.0

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September 14, 2014, 12:57:37 PM
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If I forget my encryption phrase, can I restore my wallet from an unencrypted paper backup?

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September 14, 2014, 01:06:40 PM
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If I forget my encryption phrase, can I restore my wallet from an unencrypted paper backup?

Yes, that's the point! :-)
Also, I encourage everyone to at least have one unencrypted, physical paperwallet.

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September 17, 2014, 11:14:27 AM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

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September 17, 2014, 02:19:24 PM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

Trezor support at best in the next release, that's late October/early November if everything goes according to plan.

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September 18, 2014, 04:14:07 AM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

Trezor support at best in the next release, that's late October/early November if everything goes according to plan.

Does it mean Armory will support the long awaited BIP32 (deterministic wallet) and 39 (Mnemonic code)? I guess it has to or it won't work with Trezor.

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September 18, 2014, 04:16:24 AM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

Trezor support at best in the next release, that's late October/early November if everything goes according to plan.

Does it mean Armory will support the long awaited BIP32 (deterministic wallet) and 39 (Mnemonic code)? I guess it has to or it won't work with Trezor.
Don't forget BIP43 and BIP44
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September 18, 2014, 10:58:29 AM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

Trezor support at best in the next release, that's late October/early November if everything goes according to plan.

so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

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September 18, 2014, 11:11:23 AM
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Any eta on when you will be working on hardware wallets?

Trezor support at best in the next release, that's late October/early November if everything goes according to plan.

so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

BIP0032, 0038, 0039 are nice things. As we all are techies and most of us like it, those might become the "standard" fast. When several clients use them, other hardwarewallets likely will follow them too. Then Armory doesn't need any, or only small changes to support those future hardware-wallets.

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September 18, 2014, 03:22:54 PM
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so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

Not necessarily. There are 4 steps to integrating a hardware wallet:

1) Implement the standard. That's a one time cost, but there's no knowing which BIPs future hardware wallets will require.
2) Communication layer. With Trezor that part is overly simple (for us, we use Python on the front end), but again, no guarantee other wallets will go down that path.
3) UI integration. A portion of the Trezor code can be recycled for new wallets, but maybe not as large as we hope.
4) Unit tests. Depending on how many features the hardware wallet supports and its API, this can take its sweet time.

The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

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September 18, 2014, 05:09:23 PM
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so im assuming that after trezor support is included in armory, its going to be easy to implement other hardware wallets, since the ground work has been done, am i correct?

Not necessarily. There are 4 steps to integrating a hardware wallet:

1) Implement the standard. That's a one time cost, but there's no knowing which BIPs future hardware wallets will require.
2) Communication layer. With Trezor that part is overly simple (for us, we use Python on the front end), but again, no guarantee other wallets will go down that path.
3) UI integration. A portion of the Trezor code can be recycled for new wallets, but maybe not as large as we hope.
4) Unit tests. Depending on how many features the hardware wallet supports and its API, this can take its sweet time.

The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

Nice, since ive been using armory for.. well ages, lol, and i have just recieved my HW.1 hardwarewallet (btcchip.com) and they use python, so that should make it easy to implement, since its python based pluginish :-p (electrum has support for it in dev version)

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September 19, 2014, 07:40:49 AM
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The good side is that we will most likely release support for these devices in the form of plugins, so it won't have to wait for a major release.

Plugins is my #1 wish functionality by now! :-)

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September 22, 2014, 08:41:23 AM
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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)

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September 22, 2014, 09:35:56 AM
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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)

Addresses -> View Address Book

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I'm probably missing something... How can I change a label (comment) of an address after it has been created? I don't see any way in the Wallet Properties (right click, double click etc.)
I think that every comment can be changed if you double click the comment itself (not just its line, but the comment cell).
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