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April 04, 2018, 07:26:32 AM
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GUI 0.12.0.0 Lithium Luna "Pre-release" (whatever that means).

https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases

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April 04, 2018, 08:18:53 AM
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Why does Monero not have a 32-bit visual client for Windows? Developers apparently forgot that in the yard of the 21st century and fuck with the command line no one will.

Who has a 32 bit machine in 2018?
i have now one netbook right now i use it in restoraunt it is very comfort for me, and i addicted to this small friend

Most netbooks have Intel Atom CPUs. If I remember correctly, except for a couple of early series models, Atoms are capable of supporting the 64-bit instruction set (depending on chipset, BIOS, etc.). Most if not all of these netbooks are shipped with a ridiculously watered-down version of Windows 7, namely Windows 7 Starter (32-bit).

I have a few of them that are upgraded with SSDs and maximum RAM (2 GB) to soup up performance. I then loaded them with a full version of Windows 7 64-bit and/or Linux Mint 64-bit. I use them as cold/offline/air-gapped wallets; its portability due to the SFF is ideal for this purpose.



Are you absolutely correct in your assumptions, which means that I can also install a 64-bit version on my netbook?



If you have a spinner, it's best to switch to SSD as it improves performance a bit especially with the 64-bit overhead (I see you already have max 2GB RAM).



Edt: It was not an assumption on my part. I've done it on a few netbooks in my possession.

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April 04, 2018, 08:38:03 AM
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Monero GUI v0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" released!

https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0



Monero GUI 0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" Megathread - Download links, instructions for upgrading, guide on how to get started, and guides to resolve common issues (missing a transaction / zero balance, freezing / buggy GUI, transaction stuck as pending, and GUI using all bandwidth)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89nofd/monero_gui_01200_lithium_luna_megathread_download/

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Why Monero matters? http://weuse.cash/2016/03/05/bitcoiners-hedge-your-position/
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April 04, 2018, 08:38:45 AM
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SHUM! No, not the variety associated with some kinda aroma but Should Have Used Monero. Hmmm...I wonder why he just didn't use his Monero. Maybe too preoccupied with disparaging other folks who haven't done anything wrong toward him at all behind a keyboard and additionally invoking the 1st to further justify the deed. Must be some very special kinda pusillanimity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9diSPz-1Jg

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April 04, 2018, 08:40:05 AM
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Does anyone knows what will happen with your coins on an exchage site like bittrex after the hardfork at april 06?
Will there be a new coin after changing to cryptonight v7?

Nothing will happen.  This is not a contentious HF but a network upgrade the result of which is that only those running the new software will be on the network.  The coins themselves don't change in anyway.  Monero forks every 6 months so it has gone through this process several times already without any problems.  Hard forks are done because Monero is still in very active development.  Please note that it is an entirely different code base than btc.  Most alts are just btc clones.  Monero is a leader.

Thank you very much.
I thought that a hardfork automatically means a brand new coin as well (and soft forks for smaller changes without a new currency).
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April 04, 2018, 09:03:18 AM
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Monero GUI v0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" released!

https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0



Monero GUI 0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" Megathread - Download links, instructions for upgrading, guide on how to get started, and guides to resolve common issues (missing a transaction / zero balance, freezing / buggy GUI, transaction stuck as pending, and GUI using all bandwidth)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89nofd/monero_gui_01200_lithium_luna_megathread_download/

Please note that, to be sufficiently prepared for the scheduled network upgrade, you ought to run this version.


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April 04, 2018, 11:59:11 AM
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This looks impressive
nice job, guys! Smiley
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April 04, 2018, 02:23:35 PM
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Hi guys,
What software does NVidia use? Huh
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April 04, 2018, 03:17:44 PM
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We heared xmr hard fork as monero classic on 6 april ...which exchange is supporting
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April 04, 2018, 04:02:59 PM
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We heared xmr hard fork as monero classic on 6 april ...which exchange is supporting

Where to start, seriously cant you go make up your fake post count somewhere else?

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April 04, 2018, 04:33:01 PM
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Monero GUI 0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" Megathread - Download links, instructions for upgrading, guides on how to get started, and guides to resolve common issues (missing a transaction, freezing / buggy GUI, transaction stuck, and GUI using all bandwidth): https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89nofd/monero_gui_01200_lithium_luna_megathread_download/
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April 05, 2018, 12:32:23 AM
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Why does Monero not have a 32-bit visual client for Windows? Developers apparently forgot that in the yard of the 21st century and fuck with the command line no one will.

Who has a 32 bit machine in 2018?
i have now one netbook right now i use it in restoraunt it is very comfort for me, and i addicted to this small friend

Most netbooks have Intel Atom CPUs. If I remember correctly, except for a couple of early series models, Atoms are capable of supporting the 64-bit instruction set (depending on chipset, BIOS, etc.). Most if not all of these netbooks are shipped with a ridiculously watered-down version of Windows 7, namely Windows 7 Starter (32-bit).

I have a few of them that are upgraded with SSDs and maximum RAM (2 GB) to soup up performance. I then loaded them with a full version of Windows 7 64-bit and/or Linux Mint 64-bit. I use them as cold/offline/air-gapped wallets; its portability due to the SFF is ideal for this purpose.



Are you absolutely correct in your assumptions, which means that I can also install a 64-bit version on my netbook?



If you have a spinner, it's best to switch to SSD as it improves performance a bit especially with the 64-bit overhead (I see you already have max 2GB RAM).



Edt: It was not an assumption on my part. I've done it on a few netbooks in my possession.


I am flattered by such a concern for my upgrade to the 64 bit version. But as I wrote earlier, I'm inclined to buy a new netbook with a 64-bit version of Windows 7 already installed. I have one very horrible flaw inherent in the people - I'm lazy ) And the second factor is that I have already installed some purses and I think it would be a great backup option, in case of an emergency. By the way that I as a superstitious person concerned is the fact that never in the 5 years I have not needed to reinstall the operating system - so it stays ) better advise what sort of netbook with a small screen diagonal of 11" for example. budget is 600$

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April 05, 2018, 12:39:21 AM
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Does anyone knows what will happen with your coins on an exchage site like bittrex after the hardfork at april 06?
Will there be a new coin after changing to cryptonight v7?

Nothing will happen.  This is not a contentious HF but a network upgrade the result of which is that only those running the new software will be on the network.  The coins themselves don't change in anyway.  Monero forks every 6 months so it has gone through this process several times already without any problems.  Hard forks are done because Monero is still in very active development.  Please note that it is an entirely different code base than btc.  Most alts are just btc clones.  Monero is a leader.

Thank you very much.
I thought that a hardfork automatically means a brand new coin as well (and soft forks for smaller changes without a new currency).

A hard fork (code) does not necessarily mean a fork (chain) will occur it means that if the clients are not updated that they will not move to the new chain and if there are enough that stay on the old chain then a actual hard fork will occur creating 2 chains. The syntax is ambiguous and should be refereed to as a scheduled update as hard fork has become synonymous with a chain split. Monero has had schedules Hf's it's entire existence as that is when updates and bug fixes are applied. I thought that was supposed to stop though after the beta was over but meh, I can't remember and probably the beta tag should not be removed until all the pre scheduled updates were incorporated, I.E. Multi-sig.

We heared xmr hard fork as monero classic on 6 april ...which exchange is supporting

Yes, go away you heard nothing and are talking out your ass.

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April 05, 2018, 12:46:02 AM
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Has anyone run monerod on Windows Subsystem for Linux (Ubuntu)?
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April 05, 2018, 02:19:18 AM
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Does anyone knows what will happen with your coins on an exchage site like bittrex after the hardfork at april 06?
Will there be a new coin after changing to cryptonight v7?

Nothing will happen.  This is not a contentious HF but a network upgrade the result of which is that only those running the new software will be on the network.  The coins themselves don't change in anyway.  Monero forks every 6 months so it has gone through this process several times already without any problems.  Hard forks are done because Monero is still in very active development.  Please note that it is an entirely different code base than btc.  Most alts are just btc clones.  Monero is a leader.

Thank you very much.
I thought that a hardfork automatically means a brand new coin as well (and soft forks for smaller changes without a new currency).

A hard fork (code) does not necessarily mean a fork (chain) will occur it means that if the clients are not updated that they will not move to the new chain and if there are enough that stay on the old chain then a actual hard fork will occur creating 2 chains. The syntax is ambiguous and should be refereed to as a scheduled update as hard fork has become synonymous with a chain split. Monero has had schedules Hf's it's entire existence as that is when updates and bug fixes are applied. I thought that was supposed to stop though after the beta was over but meh, I can't remember and probably the beta tag should not be removed until all the pre scheduled updates were incorporated, I.E. Multi-sig.

You don't have to wait for a hard fork for bug fixes as they can and have been done in point releases.  I don't remember any bugs being consensus related and therefore having to be dealt with in a hardfork  Shocked

BTW bitcoin is still in beta  Wink
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April 05, 2018, 02:24:17 AM
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Monero GUI v0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" released!

https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0



Monero GUI 0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" Megathread - Download links, instructions for upgrading, guide on how to get started, and guides to resolve common issues (missing a transaction / zero balance, freezing / buggy GUI, transaction stuck as pending, and GUI using all bandwidth)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89nofd/monero_gui_01200_lithium_luna_megathread_download/

I downloaded monero-gui-mac-x64-v0.12.0.0.tar.bz2 from https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0,
then I checksum it

➜ Downloads shasum -a 256 ./monero-gui-mac-x64-v0.12.0.0.tar.bz2
0c8457e3d1e528b71e8e9ebb3a04fe241f53d6fa06309485a07badbe28a5faa6  ./monero-gui-mac-x64-v0.12.0.0.tar.bz2

but, https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0 displayed

monero-gui-mac-x64-v0.12.0.0.tar.bz2, f74c108d16bd70b6f0052ba4b3ce91fa3ca59622a0aee7d523a1f43967814c12


why?
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April 05, 2018, 02:56:37 AM
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Does anyone knows what will happen with your coins on an exchage site like bittrex after the hardfork at april 06?
Will there be a new coin after changing to cryptonight v7?

Nothing will happen.  This is not a contentious HF but a network upgrade the result of which is that only those running the new software will be on the network.  The coins themselves don't change in anyway.  Monero forks every 6 months so it has gone through this process several times already without any problems.  Hard forks are done because Monero is still in very active development.  Please note that it is an entirely different code base than btc.  Most alts are just btc clones.  Monero is a leader.

Thank you very much.
I thought that a hardfork automatically means a brand new coin as well (and soft forks for smaller changes without a new currency).

A hard fork (code) does not necessarily mean a fork (chain) will occur it means that if the clients are not updated that they will not move to the new chain and if there are enough that stay on the old chain then a actual hard fork will occur creating 2 chains. The syntax is ambiguous and should be refereed to as a scheduled update as hard fork has become synonymous with a chain split. Monero has had schedules Hf's it's entire existence as that is when updates and bug fixes are applied. I thought that was supposed to stop though after the beta was over but meh, I can't remember and probably the beta tag should not be removed until all the pre scheduled updates were incorporated, I.E. Multi-sig.

You don't have to wait for a hard fork for bug fixes as they can and have been done in point releases.  I don't remember any bugs being consensus related and therefore having to be dealt with in a hardfork  Shocked

BTW bitcoin is still in beta  Wink

This is true, you don't have to wait for "Critical" bug fixes to be applied at a scheduled update time but non-critical ones are always added into the point releases. AFA BTC still in Beta, I can see that. Lol Tongue

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April 05, 2018, 05:13:40 AM
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Has anyone run monerod on Windows Subsystem for Linux (Ubuntu)?

Subsystems?! What the hell are you talking about  Huh

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April 05, 2018, 05:28:43 AM
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Has anyone run monerod on Windows Subsystem for Linux (Ubuntu)?

Subsystems?! What the hell are you talking about  Huh

You can run Linux applications on Windows, for almost two years now: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Subsystem_for_Linux
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April 05, 2018, 07:47:07 AM
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Monero price is bleeding losses of over 7% during trading yesterday.
Monero has descended over 65% from its highs in 2017 printed at $475.

price over this year, during times of heavy selling pressure, catches large buying interest within the $155-175 range.

on the other hand, XMR price could be about to fall after a Canadian bank declared it would no longer allow customers to purchase cryptocurrencies using Interac debit cards, it has emerged.

decision taken by the Canadian bank follows moves taken by Denmark’s largest bank (Danske Bank) that recently published a statement urging its customers to (refrain from investing in the field) of cryptocurrencies.  Sad
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