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December 21, 2017, 01:51:45 PM
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But jokes aside. I don't think a team who is not competent enough to write a simple GUI interface for a coin that's 3 years old and market 1.5 billion - are competent enough to write code that claims to be untracebale and securea and all that they claim... I'm not buying it. I have 5 wallets running on my system - monero wallet is the weirdest sh*t I've seen so far.. it's like a buying a car that you would have to push everywhere yourself... lol
they'd pay 6k bucks for this thing and looks like out of gas after that.
https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/pull/1025

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In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:  user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?


Thanks for the lead. However, the topic on your link is about being able to connect to a server via the public/exterior address of a DD-WRT router from within the same LAN, I think. I assume that's what "hairpin roiuting" means; a 180° turn right back to the same LAN. It's not what I am after. I would be at home in such a scenario and wouldn't be needing a mobile wallet to transact; I'd just fire up a GUI Wallet on one of my PCs.

What I need is to finally be able to transact while out and about and on the go (outside of my LAN) with unfortunately the only viable XMR mobile wallet app so far (Monerujo) without having to use public nodes (moneroworld, etc.) but my own private node running at home through the public/external IP address of my DD-WRT router. So far, no success in spite of doing it by the book and also trying different sets of port forwarding parameters (good o'l trial & error bit), hoping I would hit one of them and finally able to connect.

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December 21, 2017, 06:54:12 PM
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Monero is now also acting as bitcoin. Bitcoin falls and monero, too, but for a smaller percentage. I wonder what his prediction is in the new year?

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December 21, 2017, 07:16:06 PM
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Monero is now also acting as bitcoin. Bitcoin falls and monero, too, but for a smaller percentage. I wonder what his prediction is in the new year?

Yes, I have been noticing that also. Instead of BTC/Altcoin, I’m seeing a lot of XMR/Altcoin. It’s going to take over Bitcoin.
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December 21, 2017, 07:55:17 PM
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In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:  user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?


Thanks for the lead. However, the topic on your link is about being able to connect to a server via the public/exterior address of a DD-WRT router from within the same LAN, I think. I assume that's what "hairpin roiuting" means; a 180° turn right back to the same LAN. It's not what I am after. I would be at home in such a scenario and wouldn't be needing a mobile wallet to transact; I'd just fire up a GUI Wallet on one of my PCs.

What I need is to finally be able to transact while out and about and on the go (outside of my LAN) with unfortunately the only viable XMR mobile wallet app so far (Monerujo) without having to use public nodes (moneroworld, etc.) but my own private node running at home through the public/external IP address of my DD-WRT router. So far, no success in spite of doing it by the book and also trying different sets of port forwarding parameters (good o'l trial & error bit), hoping I would hit one of them and finally able to connect.




BCN is only 100 satoshi and does the same thing as XMR i'm not understanding the price disparagement :\ whateverrrrrr bytecoin was first<<<<


https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_bcn

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December 21, 2017, 08:07:07 PM
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Wrong quote there, bud.

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In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:  user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?


Thanks for the lead. However, the topic on your link is about being able to connect to a server via the public/exterior address of a DD-WRT router from within the same LAN, I think. I assume that's what "hairpin roiuting" means; a 180° turn right back to the same LAN. It's not what I am after. I would be at home in such a scenario and wouldn't be needing a mobile wallet to transact; I'd just fire up a GUI Wallet on one of my PCs.

What I need is to finally be able to transact while out and about and on the go (outside of my LAN) with unfortunately the only viable XMR mobile wallet app so far (Monerujo) without having to use public nodes (moneroworld, etc.) but my own private node running at home through the public/external IP address of my DD-WRT router. So far, no success in spite of doing it by the book and also trying different sets of port forwarding parameters (good o'l trial & error bit), hoping I would hit one of them and finally able to connect.




BCN is only 100 satoshi and does the same thing as XMR i'm not understanding the price disparagement :\ whateverrrrrr bytecoin was first<<<<


https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_bcn

Bytecoin had a yuge premine. We are supposed to beleive that bytecoin went unnoticed for a couple of years while it was being mined on the dark webz. haha.. yeah.. the premine was like 60% or more. that's why Monero took over. Code was good, devs were shady as fuck.
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In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:   user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?


Thanks for the lead. However, the topic on your link is about being able to connect to a server via the public/exterior address of a DD-WRT router from within the same LAN, I think. I assume that's what "hairpin roiuting" means; a 180° turn right back to the same LAN. It's not what I am after. I would be at home in such a scenario and wouldn't be needing a mobile wallet to transact; I'd just fire up a GUI Wallet on one of my PCs.

What I need is to finally be able to transact while out and about and on the go (outside of my LAN) with unfortunately the only viable XMR mobile wallet app so far (Monerujo) without having to use public nodes (moneroworld, etc.) but my own private node running at home through the public/external IP address of my DD-WRT router. So far, no success in spite of doing it by the book and also trying different sets of port forwarding parameters (good o'l trial & error bit), hoping I would hit one of them and finally able to connect.




BCN is only 100 satoshi and does the same thing as XMR i'm not understanding the price disparagement :\ whateverrrrrr bytecoin was first<<<<


https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_bcn

Bytecoin had a yuge premine. We are supposed to beleive that bytecoin went unnoticed for a couple of years while it was being mined on the dark webz. haha.. yeah.. the premine was like 60% or more. that's why Monero took over. Code was good, devs were shady as fuck.

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December 21, 2017, 11:07:50 PM
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In Monerujo, you can include the login in the node line:  user:password@ip_addr:port

Perhaps your issue is due to the fact dd-wrt doesn't support hairpin routing?
https://superuser.com/questions/418928/dd-wrt-port-not-fowarding-when-connecting-with-public-ip-from-lan

Someone suggested try connecting to the internal LAN IP, was that successful?


Thanks for the lead. However, the topic on your link is about being able to connect to a server via the public/exterior address of a DD-WRT router from within the same LAN, I think. I assume that's what "hairpin roiuting" means; a 180° turn right back to the same LAN. It's not what I am after. I would be at home in such a scenario and wouldn't be needing a mobile wallet to transact; I'd just fire up a GUI Wallet on one of my PCs.

What I need is to finally be able to transact while out and about and on the go (outside of my LAN) with unfortunately the only viable XMR mobile wallet app so far (Monerujo) without having to use public nodes (moneroworld, etc.) but my own private node running at home through the public/external IP address of my DD-WRT router. So far, no success in spite of doing it by the book and also trying different sets of port forwarding parameters (good o'l trial & error bit), hoping I would hit one of them and finally able to connect.




BCN is only 100 satoshi and does the same thing as XMR i'm not understanding the price disparagement :\ whateverrrrrr bytecoin was first<<<<


https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_bcn

Bytecoin had a yuge premine. We are supposed to beleive that bytecoin went unnoticed for a couple of years while it was being mined on the dark webz. haha.. yeah.. the premine was like 60% or more. that's why Monero took over. Code was good, devs were shady as fuck.

does moneroe even haz a faucet like bytecoin does ===> http://freebytecoin.cf/ <====

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December 22, 2017, 01:36:06 AM
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ok. I hope someone here can help.
I hope some of the first group of people that adopted monero at its inception were there for boolberry as well.

I have a honeypenny wallet that opens using the old simple wallet of 2014 (password works). it will not recognize the modern daemon so although it opens, I can not access the coins in the wallet.

the new simple wallet now gives me an error of invalid password. so I cant open the old wallet with the new simple wallet.

I am hoping those that mined both coins can help me recover my old wallet. I am hoping as monero and honey penny were born from the same essential code, maybe I can get help here.

I have not gotten much help at boolberry. They are busy reviving the project and I am probably a distraction for them.

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ok. I hope someone here can help.
I hope some of the first group of people that adopted monero at its inception were there for boolberry as well.

I have a honeypenny wallet that opens using the old simple wallet of 2014 (password works). it will not recognize the modern daemon so although it opens, I can not access the coins in the wallet.

the new simple wallet now gives me an error of invalid password. so I cant open the old wallet with the new simple wallet.

I am hoping those that mined both coins can help me recover my old wallet. I am hoping as monero and honey penny were born from the same essential code, maybe I can get help here.

I have not gotten much help at boolberry. They are busy reviving the project and I am probably a distraction for them.

I'm not sure I understand what you are saying here. You have an old boolberry wallet that won't open, or a monero one?
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December 22, 2017, 03:15:11 PM
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ok. I hope someone here can help.
I hope some of the first group of people that adopted monero at its inception were there for boolberry as well.

I have a honeypenny wallet that opens using the old simple wallet of 2014 (password works). it will not recognize the modern daemon so although it opens, I can not access the coins in the wallet.

the new simple wallet now gives me an error of invalid password. so I cant open the old wallet with the new simple wallet.

I am hoping those that mined both coins can help me recover my old wallet. I am hoping as monero and honey penny were born from the same essential code, maybe I can get help here.

I have not gotten much help at boolberry. They are busy reviving the project and I am probably a distraction for them.



Can you be more specific about what error you're incurring? Perhaps a screenshot?

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December 23, 2017, 02:53:02 AM
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ok. I hope someone here can help.
I hope some of the first group of people that adopted monero at its inception were there for boolberry as well.

I have a honeypenny wallet that opens using the old simple wallet of 2014 (password works). it will not recognize the modern daemon so although it opens, I can not access the coins in the wallet.

the new simple wallet now gives me an error of invalid password. so I cant open the old wallet with the new simple wallet.

I am hoping those that mined both coins can help me recover my old wallet. I am hoping as monero and honey penny were born from the same essential code, maybe I can get help here.

I have not gotten much help at boolberry. They are busy reviving the project and I am probably a distraction for them.



Can you be more specific about what error you're incurring? Perhaps a screenshot?

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https://imgur.com/4B1pElP

Honeypenny wallet that holds some coins. The wallet is from may 2014 (software version).
I can open the wallet with the simplewallet from the same date. Both are prior to name change to boolberry.
This wallet however will not recognize the current daemon (2017 version. )
https://imgur.com/M6YJFou


when I try to open the wallet with the 2017 version of simplewallet it gives me invalid password error.
https://imgur.com/4B1pElP


I am using the keys file to open it as I am getting genesis block missmatch. The reason for this was that Cryptozoiberg had to restart the network and the genesis block changed. In a post shortly after he (or she) had mentioned that this genesis missmatch can be corrected by using the keys file.

however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I can
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however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I think in theory you can decrypt the .keys file and get access to your private keys.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/1629/what-encryption-algorithm-is-used-for-the-wallet-keys-file
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December 23, 2017, 03:20:32 AM
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Monero is the only coin that actually gets used in real transactions of any sort. It's amazing how little market cap it has compared to bitcoin. Partially I think this is because of viruses that mine it, and jerks who install miners on every desktop they can find in their university. Eventually the "mining" part will be less important and we will see more stable and long-term gains.

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Monero is recovering steadily from the big dig happening yesterday.
Great project will always go upwards.

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however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I think in theory you can decrypt the .keys file and get access to your private keys.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/1629/what-encryption-algorithm-is-used-for-the-wallet-keys-file
Doesn't the wallet have a command to get the keys? Monero-wallet-cli has the export_key_images command.  I know doggod's wallet is older, but I would hope it has a command that provides access to the keys.
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however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I think in theory you can decrypt the .keys file and get access to your private keys.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/1629/what-encryption-algorithm-is-used-for-the-wallet-keys-file
Doesn't the wallet have a command to get the keys? Monero-wallet-cli has the export_key_images command.  I know doggod's wallet is older, but I would hope it has a command that provides access to the keys.

hmm. I will try to see what results from this.
thanks.
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however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I think in theory you can decrypt the .keys file and get access to your private keys.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/1629/what-encryption-algorithm-is-used-for-the-wallet-keys-file
Doesn't the wallet have a command to get the keys? Monero-wallet-cli has the export_key_images command.  I know doggod's wallet is older, but I would hope it has a command that provides access to the keys.

hmm. I will try to see what results from this.
thanks.

no boolberry does not have this command. it does have the commands
restore-wallet  but this seems to need the 24 word seed
restore-seed also seems to require the 24 word seed.

I am not sure if anyone else has some experience or understands these commands and can help advance

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however, it looks like that old solution does not work now.
I am hoping someone else has some ideas.


I think in theory you can decrypt the .keys file and get access to your private keys.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/1629/what-encryption-algorithm-is-used-for-the-wallet-keys-file
Doesn't the wallet have a command to get the keys? Monero-wallet-cli has the export_key_images command.  I know doggod's wallet is older, but I would hope it has a command that provides access to the keys.

hmm. I will try to see what results from this.
thanks.

no boolberry does not have this command. it does have the commands
restore-wallet  but this seems to need the 24 word seed
restore-seed also seems to require the 24 word seed.

I am not sure if anyone else has some experience or understands these commands and can help advance



The command "export_key_images" is for cold signing; the commands for displaying the wallet view and spend keys are "viewkey" and "spendkey", respectively. They do not seem to exist in Boolberry's simplewallet, though.
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