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April 26, 2018, 04:04:54 PM
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Hello,

i have some problems with the understanding of new wallet.
It is saying that newest version on github is "lithium luna". It seems like that "lithium luna" is a gui wallet but i am running linux and i always prefer the "daemon" only instead of a guy. I run commands like getinfo getpeerinfo and stuff.
So after compileing the daemon from source, i can start the "monerod" daemon but i am always seeing the infos directly in the terminal. If i try to leave it with "ctrl+c" the daemon is completely stopping. Before i used "daemon=1" in the config but it seems like the new version doenst use "daemon=1" anymore as it was saying unknown command.
Would someone also be so kind to tell me the new command for "getinfo"? I wasn't able to figure this out yet.

Hopefully someone can help me Smiley

You can use the --detach flag to run the daemon in the background. After that you can use monerod <command> to issue commands, like this:

Code:
$ monerod --detach
2018-04-26 16:04:20.224     7fb62616dbc0 INFO global src/daemon/main.cpp:280 Monero 'Lithium Luna' (v0.12.0.0-master-release)
Forking to background...
$ monerod exit
Stop signal sent

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April 26, 2018, 04:11:30 PM
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Hello,

i have some problems with the understanding of new wallet.
It is saying that newest version on github is "lithium luna". It seems like that "lithium luna" is a gui wallet but i am running linux and i always prefer the "daemon" only instead of a guy. I run commands like getinfo getpeerinfo and stuff.
So after compileing the daemon from source, i can start the "monerod" daemon but i am always seeing the infos directly in the terminal. If i try to leave it with "ctrl+c" the daemon is completely stopping. Before i used "daemon=1" in the config but it seems like the new version doenst use "daemon=1" anymore as it was saying unknown command.
Would someone also be so kind to tell me the new command for "getinfo"? I wasn't able to figure this out yet.

Hopefully someone can help me Smiley

You can use the --detach flag to run the daemon in the background. After that you can use monerod <command> to issue commands, like this:

Code:
$ monerod --detach
2018-04-26 16:04:20.224    7fb62616dbc0 INFO global src/daemon/main.cpp:280 Monero 'Lithium Luna' (v0.12.0.0-master-release)
Forking to background...
$ monerod exit
Stop signal sent

Dude you are awesome, thanks!! This is the working command for me "monerod --detach". I invested a lot of time into this and it simply was the "--detach". Thanks again Smiley
Seems like "diff" is similiar to "getinfo" but how can i see my currently wallet address? Do i have to use the monero-wallet-cli/rpc?
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April 26, 2018, 04:25:13 PM
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If our Monero is on the Monero core wallet, we can access the forked coins. There are about two forks I missed and another fork is coming. Can anyone give any tips on how to obtain the forked coins?  Any video training on this would be appreciated if you can find it.

Thanks
What Monero coins are coming? I only heard about Monero Classic. Did any exchange support it?
As far as I know this hard fork did not support the exchanges. But the Monero Classic trade now on Gate and CoinEx.
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April 26, 2018, 04:39:55 PM
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Hello,

i have some problems with the understanding of new wallet.
It is saying that newest version on github is "lithium luna". It seems like that "lithium luna" is a gui wallet but i am running linux and i always prefer the "daemon" only instead of a guy. I run commands like getinfo getpeerinfo and stuff.
So after compileing the daemon from source, i can start the "monerod" daemon but i am always seeing the infos directly in the terminal. If i try to leave it with "ctrl+c" the daemon is completely stopping. Before i used "daemon=1" in the config but it seems like the new version doenst use "daemon=1" anymore as it was saying unknown command.
Would someone also be so kind to tell me the new command for "getinfo"? I wasn't able to figure this out yet.

Hopefully someone can help me Smiley

You can use the --detach flag to run the daemon in the background. After that you can use monerod <command> to issue commands, like this:

Code:
$ monerod --detach
2018-04-26 16:04:20.224    7fb62616dbc0 INFO global src/daemon/main.cpp:280 Monero 'Lithium Luna' (v0.12.0.0-master-release)
Forking to background...
$ monerod exit
Stop signal sent

Dude you are awesome, thanks!! This is the working command for me "monerod --detach". I invested a lot of time into this and it simply was the "--detach". Thanks again Smiley
Seems like "diff" is similiar to "getinfo" but how can i see my currently wallet address? Do i have to use the monero-wallet-cli/rpc?

Yes, the daemon and the wallet are separate. After you have the daemon running you can use monero-wallet-cli, or the Monero GUI wallet.


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April 26, 2018, 05:26:27 PM
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Hello,

i have some problems with the understanding of new wallet.
It is saying that newest version on github is "lithium luna". It seems like that "lithium luna" is a gui wallet but i am running linux and i always prefer the "daemon" only instead of a guy. I run commands like getinfo getpeerinfo and stuff.
So after compileing the daemon from source, i can start the "monerod" daemon but i am always seeing the infos directly in the terminal. If i try to leave it with "ctrl+c" the daemon is completely stopping. Before i used "daemon=1" in the config but it seems like the new version doenst use "daemon=1" anymore as it was saying unknown command.
Would someone also be so kind to tell me the new command for "getinfo"? I wasn't able to figure this out yet.

Hopefully someone can help me Smiley

You can use the --detach flag to run the daemon in the background. After that you can use monerod <command> to issue commands, like this:

Code:
$ monerod --detach
2018-04-26 16:04:20.224    7fb62616dbc0 INFO global src/daemon/main.cpp:280 Monero 'Lithium Luna' (v0.12.0.0-master-release)
Forking to background...
$ monerod exit
Stop signal sent

Dude you are awesome, thanks!! This is the working command for me "monerod --detach". I invested a lot of time into this and it simply was the "--detach". Thanks again Smiley
Seems like "diff" is similiar to "getinfo" but how can i see my currently wallet address? Do i have to use the monero-wallet-cli/rpc?

Yes, the daemon and the wallet are separate. After you have the daemon running you can use monero-wallet-cli, or the Monero GUI wallet.



I am not running any GUI for linux at all, but maybe this is working: guy wallet "getinfo"? Are the "old" commands still available or completely removed?
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April 26, 2018, 05:37:39 PM
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Hello,

i have some problems with the understanding of new wallet.
It is saying that newest version on github is "lithium luna". It seems like that "lithium luna" is a gui wallet but i am running linux and i always prefer the "daemon" only instead of a guy. I run commands like getinfo getpeerinfo and stuff.
So after compileing the daemon from source, i can start the "monerod" daemon but i am always seeing the infos directly in the terminal. If i try to leave it with "ctrl+c" the daemon is completely stopping. Before i used "daemon=1" in the config but it seems like the new version doenst use "daemon=1" anymore as it was saying unknown command.
Would someone also be so kind to tell me the new command for "getinfo"? I wasn't able to figure this out yet.

Hopefully someone can help me Smiley

You can use the --detach flag to run the daemon in the background. After that you can use monerod <command> to issue commands, like this:

Code:
$ monerod --detach
2018-04-26 16:04:20.224    7fb62616dbc0 INFO global src/daemon/main.cpp:280 Monero 'Lithium Luna' (v0.12.0.0-master-release)
Forking to background...
$ monerod exit
Stop signal sent

Dude you are awesome, thanks!! This is the working command for me "monerod --detach". I invested a lot of time into this and it simply was the "--detach". Thanks again Smiley
Seems like "diff" is similiar to "getinfo" but how can i see my currently wallet address? Do i have to use the monero-wallet-cli/rpc?

Yes, the daemon and the wallet are separate. After you have the daemon running you can use monero-wallet-cli, or the Monero GUI wallet.



I am not running any GUI for linux at all, but maybe this is working: guy wallet "getinfo"? Are the "old" commands still available or completely removed?

I think you're mixing up bitcoind and monerod. I don't think that there's a command with that name for monero (but there is for bitcoind). A similar command for monerod would be "status" or the get_info RPC method.

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April 26, 2018, 08:02:15 PM
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I've been seeing a lot of weird activity on monerod since I upgraded to v12 and started trying to resync. I was about a month behind. I had a long list of "BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT xxxxxxx" which I have seen before and I understand is normal, but I've never seen so many. And now I am 1051 blocks AHEAD - I've certainly never seen that. Anyone know what's going on?
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April 26, 2018, 08:05:44 PM
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I've been seeing a lot of weird activity on monerod since I upgraded to v12 and started trying to resync. I was about a month behind. I had a long list of "BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT xxxxxxx" which I have seen before and I understand is normal, but I've never seen so many. And now I am 1051 blocks AHEAD - I've certainly never seen that. Anyone know what's going on?

It could be that you're on the wrong (alternative) chain. Could you type print_block 1546123 into monerod and post the output here?

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April 26, 2018, 08:16:54 PM
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print_block 1546123
timestamp: 1523107696
previous hash: d08c3ec178339cdd923183e6fff0dcf52b5b9178bf66d26569e8fd714755fbba
nonce: 178366
is orphan: 0
height: 1546123
depth: 13783
hash: 1e59d28e654dd8619b93c5f4b364cd430349310368f805e87d9221650f388f0d
difficulty: 86701103752
reward: 4899105489228
{
  "major_version": 7,
  "minor_version": 7,
  "timestamp": 1523107696,
  "prev_id": "d08c3ec178339cdd923183e6fff0dcf52b5b9178bf66d26569e8fd714755fbba",
  "nonce": 178366,
  "miner_tx": {
    "version": 2,
    "unlock_time": 1546183,
    "vin": [ {
        "gen": {
          "height": 1546123
        }
      }
    ],
    "vout": [ {
        "amount": 4899105489228,
        "target": {
          "key": "f30fe7c41f30907c66fcacf6eeb474aaacb0e9140b4731ea288e75ca15809678"
        }
      }
    ],
    "extra": [ 1, 48, 187, 77, 127, 199, 134, 79, 50, 20, 171, 120, 101, 62, 24, 49, 126, 79, 211, 252, 104, 135, 20, 124, 62, 190, 164, 148, 233, 150, 123, 55, 156, 2, 17, 0, 0, 73, 234, 167, 205, 200, 47, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
    ],
    "rct_signatures": {
      "type": 0
    }
  },
  "tx_hashes": [ "50f0e8d4bda1a1d4935003a48853a9dde0d006a01f41d5299513678922b60993", "b8df76dc37a180c4ece7c18eefb6c5efbbedff0b8e9d55fc1cd941a1068aab31"
  ]
}

Thanks!
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April 26, 2018, 08:35:28 PM
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Hi can someone tell me ...which monero fork supports asics?
thanks

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April 26, 2018, 09:44:35 PM
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Is there currently a shortage of Alprazolam in some parts of the world?



Ashamed to say I had to look that up, I thought I knew all the good drugs already. Cheesy


It's one of the best and most popular benzo but it also has nasty withdrawal symptoms; anger, aggression and irritability are the most prominent ones. If there's any shortage in one's respective area, he could always do DNM...and SHUM...I mean SUHM (S.U.His.M.). Grin

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April 27, 2018, 12:28:46 AM
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If our Monero is on the Monero core wallet, we can access the forked coins. There are about two forks I missed and another fork is coming. Can anyone give any tips on how to obtain the forked coins?  Any video training on this would be appreciated if you can find it.

Thanks
What Monero coins are coming? I only heard about Monero Classic. Did any exchange support it?
As far as I know this hard fork did not support the exchanges. But the Monero Classic trade now on Gate and CoinEx.

WTF? I thought CoinEX pulled a chew and screw years ago after it was supposedly hacked? Actually I really did like that exchange, I can't really remember the specific circumstances but a quick google says it was a chinese exchange but I don't think it was. Did another one just re-use the name?



Is there currently a shortage of Alprazolam in some parts of the world?



Ashamed to say I had to look that up, I thought I knew all the good drugs already. Cheesy


It's one of the best and most popular benzo but it also has nasty withdrawal symptoms; anger, aggression and irritability are the most prominent ones. If there's any shortage in one's respective area, he could always do DNM...and SHUM...I mean SUHM (S.U.His.M.). Grin



Ahh, I haven't done any Benzo's since I was on Clonazepam and I thought the side effects I was having was from that when it turned out to be from another drug! And then after I stopped the benzo my hair that had been turning white came back and the fucking doctor would not believe me lol, now they list it as a side effect.

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April 27, 2018, 04:27:15 AM
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Hey guys,

the monerujo mobile wallet seams to have problems with the node, and i want to use my own one. Can you give me the command how i have to use it, so my node accepts connections?

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April 27, 2018, 06:29:35 AM
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Monero has turned into a complete slag after the upgrade, it's not synronized, you have to delete the entire database, it's downloaded a new one for three days, it's synchronized for a long time, and most importantly it's not sent now ... the wallet constantly gives an error and requires a ring in the block. With such troubles you can not see the expansion of recognition.
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April 27, 2018, 06:56:07 AM
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Monero has turned into a complete slag after the upgrade, it's not synronized, you have to delete the entire database, it's downloaded a new one for three days, it's synchronized for a long time, and most importantly it's not sent now ... the wallet constantly gives an error and requires a ring in the block. With such troubles you can not see the expansion of recognition.

I run at least four nodes in as much different machines. I have never encountered such problems; pre or post HF. Prehaps it's an issue with your workflow/methods. The best thing to do is post the logs. I'm sure somebody on here could decipher them for you.

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April 27, 2018, 07:08:58 AM
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Monero has turned into a complete slag after the upgrade, it's not synronized, you have to delete the entire database, it's downloaded a new one for three days, it's synchronized for a long time, and most importantly it's not sent now ... the wallet constantly gives an error and requires a ring in the block. With such troubles you can not see the expansion of recognition.

I run at least four nodes in as much different machines. I have never encountered such problems; pre or post HF. Prehaps it's an issue with your workflow/methods. The best thing to do is post the logs. I'm sure somebody on here could decipher them for you.


2018-04-26 16:08:17.835   8844   INFO    logging   contrib/epee/src/mlog.cpp:185   New log categories: *:WARNING,net:FATAL,net.p2p:FATAL,net.cn:FATAL,global:INFO,verify:FATAL,stacktrace:INFO,logging:INFO,msgwriter:INFO
2018-04-26 16:08:19.073   8844   WARN    net.http   src/common/util.cpp:627   Failed to determine whether address '' is local, assuming not
2018-04-26 16:08:23.436   8844   INFO    logging   contrib/epee/src/mlog.cpp:185   New log categories: *:WARNING,net:FATAL,net.p2p:FATAL,net.cn:FATAL,global:INFO,verify:FATAL,stacktrace:INFO,logging:INFO,msgwriter:INFO
2018-04-26 16:08:24.546   6004   ERROR   wallet.ringdb   src/wallet/ringdb.cpp:208   dbr. THROW EXCEPTION: tools::error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-26 16:08:24.546   6004   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/ringdb.cpp:208:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Failed to open rings database file 'C:\ProgramData\.shared-ringdb': Input/output error
2018-04-26 16:08:24.547   6004   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:5494   Failed to initialize ringdb: Failed to open rings database file 'C:\ProgramData\.shared-ringdb': Input/output error
2018-04-26 16:08:24.564   6004   WARN    wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:3718   Loaded wallet keys file, with public address: 487XfQxCafeWQof7HkAP4DGTpdz1jaCRJRgdcnE8rNfHTxydXSrRrqSTPTpoL5rFazLUf7inUo1ksNz b1K5g3aiyPKaHrSB
2018-04-26 16:58:54.270   7796   WARN    wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:1272   Received money: 0.075000000000, with tx: <f3828c1c51d9eb1e0a844eb65dfb5cb43338332894deb55fcc838d43690acbb6>
2018-04-26 16:59:00.566   7796   WARN    wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:1272   Received money: 0.120000000000, with tx: <ced5fbba67e3c4f90445362159951bbe5ef39df61503cf2b294ab1e4bdb8cb67>
2018-04-26 16:59:01.957   7796   WARN    wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:1272   Received money: 0.280761050000, with tx: <7a8c5304922090a63e3fe0488c4c9433cefb1423e36a95fdbacd97be11870e90>
2018-04-26 16:59:11.657   7796   WARN    wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:1272   Received money: 0.135031240000, with tx: <e40ef66051c4d3380477febaf9e327622f33f009b1dcae4aebfc2b5efbb39ea2>
2018-04-27 05:33:16.540   12396   WARN    net.dns   src/common/dns_utils.cpp:508   WARNING: no two valid MoneroPulse DNS checkpoint records were received
2018-04-27 06:23:58.233   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 06:23:58.234   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5230349
2018-04-27 06:24:24.031   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 06:24:24.031   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5230349
2018-04-27 06:33:40.247   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 06:33:40.247   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5026897
2018-04-27 06:33:55.567   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 06:33:55.567   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5026897
2018-04-27 07:02:24.591   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 07:02:24.592   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5172240
2018-04-27 07:02:49.682   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 07:02:49.682   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5026897
2018-04-27 07:04:54.628   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 07:04:54.628   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5230349
2018-04-27 07:05:53.673   12396   ERROR   wallet.wallet2   src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019   !own_found. THROW EXCEPTION: error::wallet_internal_error
2018-04-27 07:05:53.673   12396   WARN    net.http   src/wallet/wallet_errors.h:794   C:/msys64/home/vagrant/slave/monero-gui-win64/build/monero/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:6019:N5tools5error21wallet_internal_errorE: Known ring does not include the spent output: 5230349

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More over on Win 10 periodically there is a hang of a sound with a specific draw signal about every 30 minutes, with no other coins purse there are such problems. Therefore, the work of this purse to maintain the network for a long time is not possible, because of the discomfort of sound and braking PC.
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April 27, 2018, 07:23:30 AM
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Hey guys,

the monerujo mobile wallet seams to have problems with the node, and i want to use my own one. Can you give me the command how i have to use it, so my node accepts connections?

Thanks  Grin

I had a similar inquiry pages back and I did get assistance/tips on how to go about it. Unfortunately, I couldn't make it work. I think it has something to do with an OpenVPN implementation on my DD-WRT router which required a custom startup script to make it work.

Maybe you'll have better luck than I did. I'll monitor the replies to your post with the hope that I'd pick up something that could make mine work as well. I'm not giving up just yet. Good luck!

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April 27, 2018, 08:42:35 AM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?
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April 27, 2018, 09:57:44 AM
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print_block 1546123
timestamp: 1523107696
previous hash: d08c3ec178339cdd923183e6fff0dcf52b5b9178bf66d26569e8fd714755fbba
nonce: 178366
is orphan: 0
height: 1546123
depth: 13783
hash: 1e59d28e654dd8619b93c5f4b364cd430349310368f805e87d9221650f388f0d
difficulty: 86701103752
reward: 4899105489228
{
  "major_version": 7,
  "minor_version": 7,
  "timestamp": 1523107696,
  "prev_id": "d08c3ec178339cdd923183e6fff0dcf52b5b9178bf66d26569e8fd714755fbba",
  "nonce": 178366,
  "miner_tx": {
    "version": 2,
    "unlock_time": 1546183,
    "vin": [ {
        "gen": {
          "height": 1546123
        }
      }
    ],
    "vout": [ {
        "amount": 4899105489228,
        "target": {
          "key": "f30fe7c41f30907c66fcacf6eeb474aaacb0e9140b4731ea288e75ca15809678"
        }
      }
    ],
    "extra": [ 1, 48, 187, 77, 127, 199, 134, 79, 50, 20, 171, 120, 101, 62, 24, 49, 126, 79, 211, 252, 104, 135, 20, 124, 62, 190, 164, 148, 233, 150, 123, 55, 156, 2, 17, 0, 0, 73, 234, 167, 205, 200, 47, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
    ],
    "rct_signatures": {
      "type": 0
    }
  },
  "tx_hashes": [ "50f0e8d4bda1a1d4935003a48853a9dde0d006a01f41d5299513678922b60993", "b8df76dc37a180c4ece7c18eefb6c5efbbedff0b8e9d55fc1cd941a1068aab31"
  ]
}

Thanks!

Looks like you're on the right chain. You're either connected to a bad peer (i.e. a peer that is on the wrong (alternative) chain) or a peer that's syncing off of you.

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April 27, 2018, 10:00:11 AM
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Hey guys seeing as how there is so many different forks of Monero (Monero Original, Monero Classic, MoneroCash, MoneroV)

Is it actually possible to claim all of these coins, or am I only able to claim one on the old chain.

I have read the risks/concerns in regards to privacy etc.

Does anyone know how we are able to claim them?

I dunno. Logically, if you continue to use the pre-HF wallet, you should be able to continue syncing with those forks. As far as risks associated with claiming those fork coins are concerned, that's on you.

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