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July 17, 2014, 12:42:38 PM
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Dear friends!

As you may know, last days i was chained to work on pool/cpuminer, but now after all i'm glad to get back to work on BBR, since working with BBR code is a pleasure for me.
I want to announce fresh Boolberry version (v0.2.0.26(fa40960)), here is some of the fixed issues:

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Only after 2 month launch, Boolberry make a huge progress.
I´m excited!
Thank you Zoidberg and all other supporters.



+1. Actually, BRR is the leading CryptoNote coin in term of technical improvements, not XMR which is considered a market leader in term of market share
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July 17, 2014, 02:25:07 PM
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we need GPU miner, Boolberry is a good coin, worth a fairer distribution.

I don't know if a GPU miner would bring fairer distribution. I believe the scratchpad has to be fetched from the network, meaning a nice and slow host to device copy really often. A better CPU miner would probably bring fairer distribution.

It seems to me that both do achieve network effect to some extent, where extend is being lower for GPU - but its time scale is smaller (atleast atm). Here i'll note that the ratio of hashpowers  U/A (in terms of wild Keccak), where U is hashpower  used for mining any altcoin and A is “available” hashpower atm in the whole world, is much larger for GPU i suppose, which kinda means that less effort has to be put into marketing to release network effect potential. Here i'll not bother to define “available” hashpower since above seems to be holding for most(any?) reasonable definitions. It seems kinda obvious that using most of the available potentials "saves time" in sense that it buys additional time from the same recourses.
But i could be wrong Smiley
If i'm right, neater should be ignored. If the point is to go faster toward a fairer distribution, the GPU should be prioritized.

Anyhow, because of human psychology it seems that fair distribution of privacy oriented coin is much more important than one with public ledger, thus i believe that goal should be to go toward fairer distribution as fast as possible. It mitigates some FUD vectors
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July 17, 2014, 03:42:32 PM
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Dear friends!

As you may know, last days i was chained to work on pool/cpuminer, but now after all i'm glad to get back to work on BBR, since working with BBR code is a pleasure for me.
I want to announce fresh Boolberry version (v0.2.0.26(fa40960)), here is some of the fixed issues:

...


Only after 2 month launch, Boolberry make a huge progress.
I´m excited!
Thank you Zoidberg and all other supporters.



Yes, it happened because i had to interact my BBR work to implement cpuminer/stratum pool.
With all bug fix it took almost 3 weeks of my time.... but now it's okay, i'm back to BBR.


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July 17, 2014, 05:49:28 PM
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has anyone contacted lazybear for GPU miner?
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July 17, 2014, 06:57:24 PM
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typo right upper corner in op, fyi
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July 17, 2014, 09:17:34 PM
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Hi!
I made a Spanish translation of the presentation "Boolberry Solves CryptoNote Flaws".
Cheers!

thread in Spanish: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=699105.0

BBR: @enerbyte
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July 17, 2014, 11:31:43 PM
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Newbie question... if I pay a higher fee, will this speed up the transaction/ confirmations?
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July 17, 2014, 11:42:20 PM
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Newbie question... if I pay a higher fee, will this speed up the transaction/ confirmations?
At this moment it's not reasonable.
Since transaction flow is pretty low your transactions gonna fit to blocks asap.

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July 18, 2014, 01:53:36 AM
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So what will the next presentation be on?
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July 18, 2014, 01:53:49 AM
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has anyone contacted lazybear for GPU miner?


Who is him? GPU miner is highly demanding atm
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July 18, 2014, 05:14:08 AM
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has anyone contacted lazybear for GPU miner?


Who is him? GPU miner is highly demanding atm

I sent him PM with link for bounty thread, hope he ll get interested.
He did great optimization for X11 GPU miner, with over 40% increasing hash rate.

BTW it is lasybear not lazybear Smiley
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July 18, 2014, 09:07:40 AM
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Hi Crypto,

I am trying out the linux wallet in Ubuntu 14.04 and have downloaded the binaries and run the wallet.

It works and starts synchronizing with the network but when that is finished and I go to wallet and generate new wallet the application just closes.

When I start it up again it has to re synchronize from the beginning again and the wallet is not there ?

Any ideas what I am doing wrong ?

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July 18, 2014, 09:19:31 AM
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Hi Crypto,

I am trying out the linux wallet in Ubuntu 14.04 and have downloaded the binaries and run the wallet.

It works and starts synchronizing with the network but when that is finished and I go to wallet and generate new wallet the application just closes.

When I start it up again it has to re synchronize from the beginning again and the wallet is not there ?

Any ideas what I am doing wrong ?

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Hey dude, I had to fix this this yesterday. You need to run qt-boolb.sh not qt-boolb, and also edit the qt-boolb.sh file before running it a bit. Change it to the following to make it work:

Code:
#!/bin/sh

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${0%/*}"
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH/libs"
export QT_PLUGIN_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"

echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH
echo $QT_PLUGIN_PATH

./qt-boolb

The previous code using "set" doesn't work in DASH, which is the default shell in Ubuntu. Not sure if it'd work in BASH either, as I've never seen the `set` command used for this purpose. It is the Windows command though, so I'm not sure what's going on there.

The issue is that without this script being set up correctly, it tried to link with the system-wide Qt libraries at compile time, which are 5.2, and it has been linked with the 5.3 libraries held locally in the libs folder at compile time. There's an issue with the location of QString in 5.3 compared to 5.2, which causes it to crash immediately. You can tell if it's worked because when you press Generate the windows will look like Qt application windows not Ubuntu native ones.

Hope that helps mate, let me know if it doesn't!
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July 18, 2014, 09:49:49 AM
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Good news everyone!  Wink

I just pushed https://github.com/clintar/node-cryptonote-pool using latest node-cryptonote-pool as a base merging current node-boolberry-pool to get it working with bbr. It's got the latest changes with a payments tab. I've tested it on testnet, and it gets blocks and makes payments.

These are things that still need to be done:
It still has some leftover non-bbr-cryptonote cruft on the getting started page and possibly more.
I don't know if the calculator is accurate or needs to be adjusted for bbr. Same thing with the "Block found every" calculation.
I don't know if dev percentage works, yet. Just haven't tested. The readme says it only works for monero, but it probably only needs the appropriate addresses in configReader.js for it to work. These percentages should probably be set to 0 until it has been tested.


Please let me know of any bugs you find. I'll be on #boolberry usually, or PM here.

I plan on making it so this code works for either BBR or any other cryptonote coins and keep it in sync with zone117x's as updates are committed, but right now the code only works for boolberry.

DISCLAIMER: I don't know much about the bollberry code, and never really programmed anything in node.js. Just doing some diffs to get bbr to work based on cr_zoidberg's pool code, and it mines.

My BBR address is 1GU1ZLjjkeAYyGDkq1NebLcSq4BQA37ZTSqoXG5zfDkQdTjb71Tma8vNsqJ3uxRdrKe89b6josHBF1o xaxovPPYy47vN4CD if you feel like thanking me. You know, if it doesn't blow up your server.
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July 18, 2014, 05:55:12 PM
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Hi Crypto,

I am trying out the linux wallet in Ubuntu 14.04 and have downloaded the binaries and run the wallet.

It works and starts synchronizing with the network but when that is finished and I go to wallet and generate new wallet the application just closes.

When I start it up again it has to re synchronize from the beginning again and the wallet is not there ?

Any ideas what I am doing wrong ?

Regards
TrippyPippy

Hey dude, I had to fix this this yesterday. You need to run qt-boolb.sh not qt-boolb, and also edit the qt-boolb.sh file before running it a bit. Change it to the following to make it work:

Code:
#!/bin/sh

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${0%/*}"
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH/libs"
export QT_PLUGIN_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"

echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH
echo $QT_PLUGIN_PATH

./qt-boolb

The previous code using "set" doesn't work in DASH, which is the default shell in Ubuntu. Not sure if it'd work in BASH either, as I've never seen the `set` command used for this purpose. It is the Windows command though, so I'm not sure what's going on there.

The issue is that without this script being set up correctly, it tried to link with the system-wide Qt libraries at compile time, which are 5.2, and it has been linked with the 5.3 libraries held locally in the libs folder at compile time. There's an issue with the location of QString in 5.3 compared to 5.2, which causes it to crash immediately. You can tell if it's worked because when you press Generate the windows will look like Qt application windows not Ubuntu native ones.

Hope that helps mate, let me know if it doesn't!

Hi,

I've changed the code as suggested but it still does the same ie crashes when I try to generate a new wallet.

Regards
Trippy
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July 19, 2014, 02:55:30 AM
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any news on GPU miner?

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July 19, 2014, 10:36:52 AM
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any news on GPU miner?

cbuchner1 is still working on it, but no word in a while.
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July 19, 2014, 12:32:38 PM
Last edit: July 19, 2014, 01:41:46 PM by crypto_zoidberg
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Can anyone of mac-people try run this bundle:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/boolberry/files/macos-x64-boolb-v0.2.0.26%28d560235%29.zip/download

And please, say it works....



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July 19, 2014, 03:05:23 PM
Last edit: July 19, 2014, 04:15:20 PM by clintar
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Can anyone of mac-people try run this bundle:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/boolberry/files/macos-x64-boolb-v0.2.0.26%28d560235%29.zip/download

And please, say it works....



It's syncronizing. I'm not a mac guy, but we have one in my office. I'll let you know how it goes. What should I be testing, btw?
Edit: I created a wallet and sent money to it and sent from it.
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July 19, 2014, 03:06:40 PM
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any news on GPU miner?

still no update on the gpu miner, it looks like we have to wait for sometime.

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