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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1179861 times)
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December 03, 2017, 01:44:33 AM
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Please help me. After Salvage wallet
I run file DMD and DMD-qt is Error:
" Assertion faliled!
Program C:\Users\Public\Destop\Diamond-QT.exe
File: main.cpp, Line:2686
Expression:!setBlockIndexCandidates.emty()"
Then I click ignore, I can't Unclock PassPhrase is Error:
run file DMD and DMD-qt is Error:
" Assertion faliled!
Program C:\Users\Public\Destop\Diamond-QT.exe
File: crypter.cpp, Line:251
Expression:false
Passphrase is exactly, because i just create.


If you get an window error when entering the password, it means that your file wallet.dat is corrupted and you need to replace it from a backup.
And check the configuration of your computer.
It probably goes to sleep mode or involves a reboot with automatically updating when your wallet is running.
How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
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December 03, 2017, 02:16:43 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

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December 03, 2017, 03:03:43 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

Thank you, I will try it
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December 03, 2017, 03:26:34 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

This led me to save the backup file, not the backup file to restore the wallet.
I think my wallet.dat is corrupted, but i don't know to repair it.
I hope you find a way to help.
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December 03, 2017, 05:46:51 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

This led me to save the backup file, not the backup file to restore the wallet.
I think my wallet.dat is corrupted, but i don't know to repair it.
I hope you find a way to help.

I recommend you to read this paragraph 8. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q8
And understand the basic steps which you need to do when you first start the wallet.
The recovery file wallet.dat from the backup, means replacing your file with the backup.
If the name or extension of your backup file differs from the name wallet.dat, you will need to rename it to the name of "wallet" and extension "dat" after the replacement.
After this, you can run your wallet.
Even if in manual mode you have not created backup, your wallet make does it automatically every time you start.
It keeps these copies in a folder backups.
It is written in paragraph: 18. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q18

If you have a backup or private key from your address with the coins, you can always restore your wallet, or transfer coins from one wallet to another.

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December 03, 2017, 07:37:30 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

This led me to save the backup file, not the backup file to restore the wallet.
I think my wallet.dat is corrupted, but i don't know to repair it.
I hope you find a way to help.

I recommend you to read this paragraph 8. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q8
And understand the basic steps which you need to do when you first start the wallet.
The recovery file wallet.dat from the backup, means replacing your file with the backup.
If the name or extension of your backup file differs from the name wallet.dat, you will need to rename it to the name of "wallet" and extension "dat" after the replacement.
After this, you can run your wallet.
Even if in manual mode you have not created backup, your wallet make does it automatically every time you start.
It keeps these copies in a folder backups.
It is written in paragraph: 18. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q18

If you have a backup or private key from your address with the coins, you can always restore your wallet, or transfer coins from one wallet to another.

I recorvered my wallet success. I'm very happy. I recovery by file wallet.1512190078.bak, replace file wallet.dat is corupted.
Thank you very much , Special is team DMD (civan,shveicar).
Good Team DMD always success on jobs and Life.
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December 03, 2017, 07:42:41 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

This led me to save the backup file, not the backup file to restore the wallet.
I think my wallet.dat is corrupted, but i don't know to repair it.
I hope you find a way to help.

I recommend you to read this paragraph 8. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q8
And understand the basic steps which you need to do when you first start the wallet.
The recovery file wallet.dat from the backup, means replacing your file with the backup.
If the name or extension of your backup file differs from the name wallet.dat, you will need to rename it to the name of "wallet" and extension "dat" after the replacement.
After this, you can run your wallet.
Even if in manual mode you have not created backup, your wallet make does it automatically every time you start.
It keeps these copies in a folder backups.
It is written in paragraph: 18. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q18

If you have a backup or private key from your address with the coins, you can always restore your wallet, or transfer coins from one wallet to another.

I recorvered my wallet success. I'm very happy. I recovery by file wallet.1512190078.bak, replace file wallet.dat is corupted.
Thank you very much , Special is team DMD (civan,shveicar).
Good Team DMD always success on jobs and Life.

Excellent, I m glad to hear this. Please do let us know if you need anything else.
May DMD brings you a lot of profits my friend! Smiley

P.S. Always keep you backups safe and secure.

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December 03, 2017, 08:55:31 AM
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How to run backup file? Please help guide?I also saved file backup when Setup first.
Easier than you think.
Open wallet - Click "File" on top bar - Click "Backup Wallet"

This led me to save the backup file, not the backup file to restore the wallet.
I think my wallet.dat is corrupted, but i don't know to repair it.
I hope you find a way to help.

I recommend you to read this paragraph 8. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q8
And understand the basic steps which you need to do when you first start the wallet.
The recovery file wallet.dat from the backup, means replacing your file with the backup.
If the name or extension of your backup file differs from the name wallet.dat, you will need to rename it to the name of "wallet" and extension "dat" after the replacement.
After this, you can run your wallet.
Even if in manual mode you have not created backup, your wallet make does it automatically every time you start.
It keeps these copies in a folder backups.
It is written in paragraph: 18. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q18

If you have a backup or private key from your address with the coins, you can always restore your wallet, or transfer coins from one wallet to another.

I recorvered my wallet success. I'm very happy. I recovery by file wallet.1512190078.bak, replace file wallet.dat is corupted.
Thank you very much , Special is team DMD (civan,shveicar).
Good Team DMD always success on jobs and Life.
Ok, I added this useful information: 27. Q: https://diamond-info.github.io/#q27
So now you can use any name for your backups and you don't need to rename it for the start check.

But the default name (which is always first checks the wallet when you start), is the file wallet.dat.
if the file diamond.conf does not specify a string with a different name, the wallet will look for the file wallet.dat and its absence, it will create a new (empty) wallet.dat file

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December 03, 2017, 12:26:35 PM
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I have a question, everything i send to my btc adres from diamond cloud mining, can I ever get that back? So for example: if I invest 1000 dollar for cloudmining, do I ever get that back, or is that amount of money gone for ever?
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December 03, 2017, 12:55:23 PM
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I have a question, everything i send to my btc adres from diamond cloud mining, can I ever get that back? So for example: if I invest 1000 dollar for cloudmining, do I ever get that back, or is that amount of money gone for ever?

please read terms of use

https://multipool.bit.diamonds/attachments/Terms_of_use.pdf
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but after that timeframe not

u recive dmd cloud shares as thank u for ur support
and the dmd cloud shares qualify u to recieve a share of the DMD cloud payouts
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December 03, 2017, 01:52:57 PM
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I have a question, everything i send to my btc adres from diamond cloud mining, can I ever get that back? So for example: if I invest 1000 dollar for cloudmining, do I ever get that back, or is that amount of money gone for ever?

How would that ever work? You would then lend 1000 dollar to DMD multipool, get your DMD payouts and your money back? No, this is not possible of feasible.

That money is not gone forever, you will get your shares which give you regular DMD payouts. Just make sure to read and understand TOS in details first. Also, I suggest you visit our homepage and request Slack invitation. Via Slack we can answer all other questions you might have about DMD.

Here is the link:

https://bit.diamonds/contact.php

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December 03, 2017, 04:08:59 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

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December 03, 2017, 04:50:53 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

If you don't have LibreSSL installed, have you tried compiling --with-libressl? That should get it to use the openSSL that was incorrectly identified as libreSSL. At least that is what worked for me on a RasPi...

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December 03, 2017, 05:14:56 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

If you don't have LibreSSL installed, have you tried compiling --with-libressl? That should get it to use the openSSL that was incorrectly identified as libreSSL. At least that is what worked for me on a RasPi...

Adding the --with-libressl switch allows the configure script to complete but the build bombs out with a bunch of ssl related errors:

Code:
CXX      libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo
ecwrapper.cpp: In function ‘int {anonymous}::ECDSA_SIG_recover_key_GFp(EC_KEY*, ECDSA_SIG*, const unsigned char*, int, int, int)’:
ecwrapper.cpp:62:28: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_add(x, x, ecsig->r)) {
                            ^~
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:62:30: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_add(x, x, ecsig->r)) {
                              ^
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:118:34: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_mod_inverse(rr, ecsig->r, order, ctx)) {
                                  ^~
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:118:36: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_mod_inverse(rr, ecsig->r, order, ctx)) {
                                    ^
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:123:31: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_mod_mul(sor, ecsig->s, rr, order, ctx)) {
                               ^~
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:123:33: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     if (!BN_mod_mul(sor, ecsig->s, rr, order, ctx)) {
                                 ^
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp: In member function ‘bool CECKey::Recover(const uint256&, const unsigned char*, int)’:
ecwrapper.cpp:221:31: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     BN_bin2bn(&p64[0], 32, sig->r);
                               ^~
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:221:33: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     BN_bin2bn(&p64[0], 32, sig->r);
                                 ^
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:222:32: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     BN_bin2bn(&p64[32], 32, sig->s);
                                ^~
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
ecwrapper.cpp:222:34: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
     BN_bin2bn(&p64[32], 32, sig->s);
                                  ^
In file included from ecwrapper.h:11:0,
                 from ecwrapper.cpp:5:
/usr/include/openssl/ec.h:1039:16: note: forward declaration of ‘ECDSA_SIG {aka struct ECDSA_SIG_st}’
 typedef struct ECDSA_SIG_st ECDSA_SIG;
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~
make[2]: *** [Makefile:6295: libbitcoinconsensus_la-ecwrapper.lo] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/david/Wallets/Diamond/src'
make[1]: *** [Makefile:7117: all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/david/Wallets/Diamond/src'
make: *** [Makefile:594: all-recursive] Error 1



I'm pretty stumped on this one. I tried building an older version of openssl from source, but that has been a mess.

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December 03, 2017, 06:22:27 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

If you don't have LibreSSL installed, have you tried compiling --with-libressl? That should get it to use the openSSL that was incorrectly identified as libreSSL. At least that is what worked for me on a RasPi...

Adding the --with-libressl switch allows the configure script to complete but the build bombs out with a bunch of ssl related errors:

I'm pretty stumped on this one. I tried building an older version of openssl from source, but that has been a mess.

Hmm, as per here (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/issues/149) you could try installing an older version of openSSL alongside the latest one with

apt-get install libssl1.0-dev

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December 03, 2017, 08:41:06 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

If you don't have LibreSSL installed, have you tried compiling --with-libressl? That should get it to use the openSSL that was incorrectly identified as libreSSL. At least that is what worked for me on a RasPi...

Adding the --with-libressl switch allows the configure script to complete but the build bombs out with a bunch of ssl related errors:

I'm pretty stumped on this one. I tried building an older version of openssl from source, but that has been a mess.

Hmm, as per here (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/issues/149) you could try installing an older version of openSSL alongside the latest one with

apt-get install libssl1.0-dev


Unfortunately I am not running debian/Ubuntu. Trying to install the openssl1.0-devel package on SUSE conflicts with 1.1 It keeps proposing to uninstall openssl1.1 along with a ton of other stuff. They just moved to 1.1 a few weeks ago and I have never had issues building the wallet until now.

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December 03, 2017, 09:13:56 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

If you don't have LibreSSL installed, have you tried compiling --with-libressl? That should get it to use the openSSL that was incorrectly identified as libreSSL. At least that is what worked for me on a RasPi...

Adding the --with-libressl switch allows the configure script to complete but the build bombs out with a bunch of ssl related errors:

I'm pretty stumped on this one. I tried building an older version of openssl from source, but that has been a mess.

Hmm, as per here (https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/issues/149) you could try installing an older version of openSSL alongside the latest one with

apt-get install libssl1.0-dev


Unfortunately I am not running debian/Ubuntu. Trying to install the openssl1.0-devel package on SUSE conflicts with 1.1 It keeps proposing to uninstall openssl1.1 along with a ton of other stuff. They just moved to 1.1 a few weeks ago and I have never had issues building the wallet until now.

Then I'm out of ideas, sorry. I run all my wallets on RasPis...

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December 03, 2017, 09:55:13 PM
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I am trying to compile the wallet on a fresh linux install (openSUSE tumbleweed) and I am getting a configure error regarding SSL:
"configure: error: Detected LibreSSL: This is NOT supported, and may break consensus compatibility!"
I don't actually have LibreSSL installed, but rather openSSL 1.1.0-g. I have read there was a bug in bitcoin wallet that caused it to not build against openssl >1.0, but it appears that has been fixed elsewhere. Any ideas how to best work around this issue? Downgrading openssl on my system will cause a number of dependency issues.

I posted in the slack channel as well, but so far no luck.

Try the depends toolkit included in the github code.
Make sure you have the dependencies installed.
sudo apt install build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf pkg-config curl
You will likely have to make changes to the package names for Suse - I don't use Suse, so.....

To build the wallet -

Code:
sh autogen.sh

cd depends

#without gui
make NO_QT=1
#with gui
make

This will take awhile as the dependencies are downloaded and built, you will need a gig or 2 of disk space.

then:
Code:
cd ..
./configure --prefix=`pwd`/depends/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
# the directory "x86_64-pc-linux-gnu" may be named differently on Suse - verify the name in the depends directory.
Code:
make
strip src/qt/diamond-qt
# also verify the  src/qt/diamond-qt binary name

Good luck!

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December 03, 2017, 10:38:54 PM
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i only use ubuntu sorry
once u have a guide for suse u welcome to write a howto here

https://github.com/DMDcoin/Diamond/tree/master/doc

 
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December 04, 2017, 09:38:32 AM
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Hello,
staking is not active since yesterday. What can i do ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.msg25712214#msg25712214
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Hello,
my wallet 3.0.0.13b is running since yesterday and staking is still not active.

I have unlocked my wallet since yesterday as well.

Why ?

EDIT: i have to say that my connection is having issues lately, it's extremely slow. Could it be that ?
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