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January 14, 2015, 07:49:56 PM
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would be nice if not only the latest blocks would be visible.


What do you mean?

I think he means if you could scroll through the blocks... probably wants something similar to blockchain.info


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January 14, 2015, 08:56:33 PM
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would be nice if not only the latest blocks would be visible.


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I think he means if you could scroll through the blocks... probably wants something similar to blockchain.info



Yeah. I think I could do that.

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January 14, 2015, 09:57:36 PM
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Guys I'm sure this question has been asked before but the only post I can find when I google is from the official Monero forums and it has no replies.

How do you convert your wallet from Windows version to Linux version?
It's been generated in Windows and it works fine there but if I try to use it in Linux I get the same issue as this guy: https://forum.monero.cc/5/support/118/how-to-use-the-wallet-bin-generated-by-windows-simplewallet-in-linux


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January 14, 2015, 10:09:37 PM
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January 14, 2015, 10:10:46 PM
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Guys I'm sure this question has been asked before but the only post I can find when I google is from the official Monero forums and it has no replies.

How do you convert your wallet from Windows version to Linux version?
It's been generated in Windows and it works fine there but if I try to use it in Linux I get the same issue as this guy: https://forum.monero.cc/5/support/118/how-to-use-the-wallet-bin-generated-by-windows-simplewallet-in-linux



I think the easiest way is to get the deterministic seed words using the 'seed' command inside simplewallet. And recreate it on linux like so: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

If your wallet is old and doesn't support the deterministic seed, you should just create a new one on linux and move your money there.

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January 14, 2015, 10:28:41 PM
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I think the easiest way is to get the deterministic seed words using the 'seed' command inside simplewallet. And recreate it on linux like so: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

If your wallet is old and doesn't support the deterministic seed, you should just create a new one on linux and move your money there.

Code:
Error: The wallet is non-deterministic. Cannot display seed.

Guess my wallet is too old.
And if I move the money manually, isn't that gonna cost me a lot in transfer fees?

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January 15, 2015, 12:32:25 AM
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I think the easiest way is to get the deterministic seed words using the 'seed' command inside simplewallet. And recreate it on linux like so: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

If your wallet is old and doesn't support the deterministic seed, you should just create a new one on linux and move your money there.

Code:
Error: The wallet is non-deterministic. Cannot display seed.

Guess my wallet is too old.
And if I move the money manually, isn't that gonna cost me a lot in transfer fees?


If I understand things correctly, you can use a low mixin (perhaps even 0) to reduce the transaction fee. You're sending the monero to yourself, so as long as the old wallet had a maintained anonymity, then a trace to a new wallet would just be (anonymous) -> (anonymous). Or crank the mixin up because, yah know, safety.

but don't take my word for it. Unlike your handle, im a new noob.

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January 15, 2015, 01:55:25 AM
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I think the easiest way is to get the deterministic seed words using the 'seed' command inside simplewallet. And recreate it on linux like so: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet *words*".

If your wallet is old and doesn't support the deterministic seed, you should just create a new one on linux and move your money there.

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Error: The wallet is non-deterministic. Cannot display seed.

Guess my wallet is too old.
And if I move the money manually, isn't that gonna cost me a lot in transfer fees?


Afaik you don't need to rebuild from the seed, you can also rebuild from the keys file. So, delete or move your bin file, and just launch as normal with only the keys file, and it should successfully rebuild the binary file.
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January 15, 2015, 05:06:51 AM
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www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/2sh974/coinaday_monero/

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January 15, 2015, 05:58:19 AM
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Decided to invest in monero since bitcoin is falling, hope i made the right choice. Grin
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January 15, 2015, 06:01:55 AM
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So i havnt really been keeping up with whats going on here. Do we have databases worked out? Do we finally have it so that monero isnt loading the blockchain into ram? Do we have a dev supported gui? In general whats changed?

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January 15, 2015, 07:55:55 AM
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So i havnt really been keeping up with whats going on here. Do we have databases worked out? Do we finally have it so that monero isnt loading the blockchain into ram? Do we have a dev supported gui? In general whats changed?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg10062838#msg10062838
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January 15, 2015, 10:14:27 AM
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Look how bitcoin falls down. This is a chance for Monero to replace even Bitcoin...
I don't want to say that Monero should compete Bitcoin. It's somewhat a metaphore.

I just want to say Monero core team CAN attract investors right now under very comfortable conditions - that investors will just donate to core team without requiring profit back. Monero is under median of its cost, roughly 0.003 BTC, while now roughly 0.001. Investors can easily do 3:1 profit and meanwhile, donate the Monero core team.

According 2015 roadmap,

https://forum.monero.cc/1/news-and-announcements/134/monday-monero-missives-22-year-in-review-january-5th-2015

I think there are just 3 key things Monero core team should implement in 2015 in order of priority:
1) i2p integration
2) a finalised, working, tested blockchain DB implementation using LMDB
3) multi-signature transactions

Other points of 2015 roadmap will be done automatically even by third parties. For example, GUI wallet or electrum-style wallet.
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January 15, 2015, 11:30:43 AM
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So i havnt really been keeping up with whats going on here. Do we have databases worked out? Do we finally have it so that monero isnt loading the blockchain into ram? Do we have a dev supported gui? In general whats changed?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg10062838#msg10062838

I can tell you first hand that the daemon is working with the database. On my 2 gig computer, it uses 800 megs of ram. So far I've run it for multiple 8 hour runs on the main net. I'm currently running it continuously - gonna see how long it goes.

I highly recommend that anyone who can should test drive the database.

I forget if it was explicitly stated somewhere, but in my mind, the logic was - we need to get the blockchain out of memory before releasing the GUI... so, the sooner the database build is released, the sooner the GUI happens.... so if you really wanna see things happen, you're gonna have to beta test the database build! At some point I can provide noob-approved instructions for doing this, and I'm thinking about offering XMR rewards for bug reports. I don't have much XMR to reward with, and I don't want to be taken to the bank with false bug reports, so we'll have to figure out a method.

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January 15, 2015, 11:43:03 AM
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January 15, 2015, 12:16:29 PM
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So i havnt really been keeping up with whats going on here. Do we have databases worked out? Do we finally have it so that monero isnt loading the blockchain into ram? Do we have a dev supported gui? In general whats changed?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg10062838#msg10062838

I can tell you first hand that the daemon is working with the database. On my 2 gig computer, it uses 800 megs of ram. So far I've run it for multiple 8 hour runs on the main net. I'm currently running it continuously - gonna see how long it goes.

I highly recommend that anyone who can should test drive the database.

I forget if it was explicitly stated somewhere, but in my mind, the logic was - we need to get the blockchain out of memory before releasing the GUI... so, the sooner the database build is released, the sooner the GUI happens.... so if you really wanna see things happen, you're gonna have to beta test the database build! At some point I can provide noob-approved instructions for doing this, and I'm thinking about offering XMR rewards for bug reports. I don't have much XMR to reward with, and I don't want to be taken to the bank with false bug reports, so we'll have to figure out a method.

If you can make it so I can run the DB it will surely be noob-approved Tongue

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January 15, 2015, 12:32:52 PM
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So i havnt really been keeping up with whats going on here. Do we have databases worked out? Do we finally have it so that monero isnt loading the blockchain into ram? Do we have a dev supported gui? In general whats changed?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg10062838#msg10062838

I can tell you first hand that the daemon is working with the database. On my 2 gig computer, it uses 800 megs of ram. So far I've run it for multiple 8 hour runs on the main net. I'm currently running it continuously - gonna see how long it goes.

I highly recommend that anyone who can should test drive the database.

I forget if it was explicitly stated somewhere, but in my mind, the logic was - we need to get the blockchain out of memory before releasing the GUI... so, the sooner the database build is released, the sooner the GUI happens.... so if you really wanna see things happen, you're gonna have to beta test the database build! At some point I can provide noob-approved instructions for doing this, and I'm thinking about offering XMR rewards for bug reports. I don't have much XMR to reward with, and I don't want to be taken to the bank with false bug reports, so we'll have to figure out a method.

If you can make it so I can run the DB it will surely be noob-approved Tongue

I promise to never ask for a reward Smiley

u on linux?

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January 15, 2015, 01:00:56 PM
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Sorry I meant to say I was on windows which is where a true noob would be.  Is the DB still Linux only?

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January 15, 2015, 01:22:48 PM
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Windows will be the most important platform to get right for the DB and GUI release. I am happy to test on Windows 7 and maybe 8.1. Are there any instructions?
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January 15, 2015, 01:30:49 PM
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I've tested it exclusively in linux, but there are instructions to build in windows. I've never tried it. I'll start fiddling with it to work out the noob kinks. The devs say they've built it to run fine on windows, so it should.

I'll get back to yah after I give it a go and come up with a noob improved instruction set or I figure out how to distribute compiled binaries.

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