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March 30, 2018, 05:14:19 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?

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March 30, 2018, 07:40:54 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?
obviously that guy. but CLI is too retro!

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March 30, 2018, 08:57:37 AM
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"Broken Privacy? The Allegations Against Monero Are Old News"

https://www.coindesk.com/broken-privacy-the-allegations-against-monero-are-old-news/

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March 30, 2018, 12:34:33 PM
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We are looking for mining pools with low share difficulty (<2000) to be added to list of supported pools on our browser miner:
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March 30, 2018, 01:24:34 PM
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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?
obviously that guy. but CLI is too retro!

Right! The most retro dude ever turns his nose up at the CLI. That is funny.

Anyway... I feel like it is reasonable to expect the one guy left in the world with a 32 bit machine to just use the CLI.

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March 30, 2018, 01:25:18 PM
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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

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March 30, 2018, 01:47:03 PM
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Once BTC blacklists start causing problems and hardware wallets are here Monero will rampage.
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March 30, 2018, 01:54:21 PM
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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?
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March 30, 2018, 04:11:35 PM
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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?

You could very well have an older computer that you decide use to run the node on, that's not really far fetched. Or it could be a 32bit virtual machine on a 64 bit device.

Edit: Are most Windows tablets 32bit? If so then that might be another reason.

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March 30, 2018, 04:29:46 PM
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Response to "An Empirical Analysis of Traceability in the Monero Blockchain", Version 2

https://getmonero.org/2018/03/29/response-to-an-empirical-analysis-of-traceability.html

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March 30, 2018, 05:00:28 PM
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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?

People that do not want to be susceptible to Meltdown and spectre?

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March 30, 2018, 05:20:03 PM
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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?

People that do not want to be susceptible to Meltdown and spectre?
Hi guys! Does monero-wallet-cli or the monero gui have an option for sending multiple outputs, like the pay-to-many function in electrum?
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March 30, 2018, 07:22:11 PM
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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?

People that do not want to be susceptible to Meltdown and spectre?
Hi guys! Does monero-wallet-cli or the monero gui have an option for sending multiple outputs, like the pay-to-many function in electrum?

The CLI has such an option. If you type "help" and subsequently look at the transfer command, it will show you how to use it to pay to multiple addresses in a single transaction.

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March 30, 2018, 10:06:35 PM
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What is happening with Monerujo?

https://monerujo.io/

I cannot install the wallet any more. Censored by the NSA already?

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After review, monerujo: Monero Wallet, com.m2049r.xmrwallet, has been removed from Google Play because it violates the payments policy. This app won’t be available to users until you submit a compliant update.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/87zm5g/is_the_monejo_wallet_for_android_offline/dwgvgtm/

Well, use F-Droid and fcuk goole play  Grin

I have posted about this on another thread if not on here. It seems ironic that F-Droid is under-utilized by the crypto community considering that they both have a lot in common in terms of ethos (privacy, anonymity, non-commercial, FOSS, etc.); certainly a lot more in common than with Google Play.

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March 30, 2018, 10:56:01 PM
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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.

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March 30, 2018, 11:14:36 PM
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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?

People who live in and enjoy the affluence of the western world often forget that the majority of this world are poverty-stricken. Perhaps people in such a detached world only have an old 32-bit machine and that's all they'll ever going to have in the near future. Does that mean they have to be excluded from our crypto endeavor? But I thought we're over or beyond that kind of mentality.

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March 31, 2018, 01:40:38 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?

People who live in and enjoy the affluence of the western world often forget that the majority of this world are poverty-stricken. Perhaps people in such a detached world only have an old 32-bit machine and that's all they'll ever going to have in the near future. Does that mean they have to be excluded from our crypto endeavor? But I thought we're over or beyond that kind of mentality.








This is an issue where even though the users hardware is 64-bit the Windows installed is 32-bit. This has nothing to do with poverty or elitism and everything to do with the user being unable to figure out a 64-bit Linux install.
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March 31, 2018, 02:23:51 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?

People who live in and enjoy the affluence of the western world often forget that the majority of this world are poverty-stricken. Perhaps people in such a detached world only have an old 32-bit machine and that's all they'll ever going to have in the near future. Does that mean they have to be excluded from our crypto endeavor? But I thought we're over or beyond that kind of mentality.








This is an issue where even though the users hardware is 64-bit the Windows installed is 32-bit. This has nothing to do with poverty or elitism and everything to do with the user being unable to figure out a 64-bit Linux install.

I guess people who are unfortunate and poor enough to not own 64-bit machines are also incapable of installing 64-bit OS. Is that pretty much a reflection of the image you included in your post which is of a TV series character (or someone resembling him) who has some form of intellectual disability? Yet, you claim that it has nothing to do with elitism; perhaps it's worse...prejudice maybe. Does everybody like Linux? I, for one, am not too keen on Linux's intuitiveness or user-friendliness (or lack thereof) compared to mainstream OSes. Sure, I tinker with it because I have to...to a certain extent. Surely, you can't expect everybody who only owns 32-bit machines to be as tech savvy as you are.

Edit: The image you posted is offensive, unnecessary and uncalled for.

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I guess people who are unfortunate and poor enough to not own 64-bit machines are also incapable of installing 64-bit OS. Is that pretty much a reflection of the image you included in your post which is of a TV series character (or someone resembling him) who has some form of intellectual disability? Yet, you claim that it has nothing to do with elitism; perhaps it's worse...prejudice maybe. Does everybody like Linux? I, for one, am not too keen on Linux's intuitiveness or user-friendliness (or lack thereof) compared to mainstream OSes. Sure, I tinker with it because I have to...to a certain extent. Surely, you can't expect everybody who only owns 32-bit machines to be as tech savvy as you are.
My point was that it is not unreasonable to ask those rare few people (people who want to run monero on 32 bit machines) to just use the CLI.


Edit: The image you posted is offensive, unnecessary and uncalled for.
Haha awesome! That picture was funny before someone got offended. Now it's HILARIOUS. Oman I love it when people get offended. So funny.

I wonder what "getting offended" feels like. I don't think it has ever happened to me before.

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I guess people who are unfortunate and poor enough to not own 64-bit machines are also incapable of installing 64-bit OS. Is that pretty much a reflection of the image you included in your post which is of a TV series character (or someone resembling him) who has some form of intellectual disability? Yet, you claim that it has nothing to do with elitism; perhaps it's worse...prejudice maybe. Does everybody like Linux? I, for one, am not too keen on Linux's intuitiveness or user-friendliness (or lack thereof) compared to mainstream OSes. Sure, I tinker with it because I have to...to a certain extent. Surely, you can't expect everybody who only owns 32-bit machines to be as tech savvy as you are.
My point was that it is not unreasonable to ask those rare few people (people who want to run monero on 32 bit machines) to just use the CLI.


Edit: The image you posted is offensive, unnecessary and uncalled for.
Haha awesome! That picture was funny before someone got offended. Now it's HILARIOUS. Oman I love it when people get offended. So funny.

I wonder what "getting offended" feels like. I don't think it has ever happened to me before.

It seems that global cooling is happening.  The world is filling up with snowflakes.  Perhaps I am one, because I am [moderately] offended that you are offended.  But I promise not to cry about it.

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this one?


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