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May 06, 2014, 01:27:19 AM
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Where are the 0.8.6 Windows binaries? And what is the current block? I'm still downloading (at block 24K or so now) and would like to know how much longer this will take. LOL

Also, do you have to be fully synced up to start mining? I tried "start_mining 6" on my Core i7-4702MQ laptop; hashrate is showing 0.18~0.25 and CPU usage only appears to be one core (13%).

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May 06, 2014, 01:34:01 AM
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Where are the 0.8.6 Windows binaries? And what is the current block? I'm still downloading (at block 24K or so now) and would like to know how much longer this will take. LOL

Also, do you have to be fully synced up to start mining? I tried "start_mining 6" on my Core i7-4702MQ laptop; hashrate is showing 0.18~0.25 and CPU usage only appears to be one core (13%).

Block 26668, did you type start mining into the simple wallet or the daemon?  Blockchain has to be synced first, the cpu usage youre seeing is probably just the daemon updating the chain.
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May 06, 2014, 01:35:45 AM
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Someone should send a nice email to mintpal and cryptsy so they can add monero for voting Smiley If noone does i will in a couple of days.

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May 06, 2014, 02:05:30 AM
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Someone should send a nice email to mintpal and cryptsy so they can add monero for voting Smiley If noone does i will in a couple of days.
I could have done it weeks ago (from day 2 I considered it). Then I decided not to, because too fast a rise could kill monero. Let it go slowly, it is better for everyone. Slow adoption, wider distribution, better future. Please don't kill the golden goose.

Where are the 0.8.6 Windows binaries? And what is the current block? I'm still downloading (at block 24K or so now) and would like to know how much longer this will take. LOL

Also, do you have to be fully synced up to start mining? I tried "start_mining 6" on my Core i7-4702MQ laptop; hashrate is showing 0.18~0.25 and CPU usage only appears to be one core (13%).
Linux binaries for 0.8.6 + boost (you might still need libicu48 / libicuuc on /usr/lib, though, on Linux)

https://drive.google.com/#folders/0B7RQILpPGrQbYnF2OTA4NklrWmc

Go to the OP and download the blockchain, it will be faster than to manually sync.
http://monero.cc/getting-started has the instructions. Yes, they are tedious, yes, you'll have to follow them carefully, yes even that way it might not work.

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May 06, 2014, 02:16:08 AM
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As promised, I did Russian translation of main topic. Here is:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597225.0
Please, OP, add reference in Translations sections. Thanks.
It isn't Google translation  Wink

I would like to translate main thread in Russian. We need to grow Monero community.

P.S. Hi-quality Russian translation most wanted? PM me.

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May 06, 2014, 02:21:48 AM
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As promised, I did Russian translation of main topic. Here is:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597225.0
Please, OP, add reference in Translations sections. Thanks.
It isn't Google translation  Wink

I would like to translate main thread in Russian. We need to grow Monero community.

P.S. Hi-quality Russian translation most wanted? PM me.
Thanks!

Code:
XMR: 44GBHzv6ZyQdJkjqZje6KLZ3xSyN1hBSFAnLP6EAqJtCRVzMzZmeXTC2AHKDS9aEDTRKmo6a6o9r9j86pYfhCWDkKjbtcns
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May 06, 2014, 02:29:13 AM
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As promised, I did Russian translation of main topic. Here is:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597225.0
Please, OP, add reference in Translations sections. Thanks.
It isn't Google translation  Wink

I would like to translate main thread in Russian. We need to grow Monero community.

P.S. Hi-quality Russian translation most wanted? PM me.
Small nitpick: change the Esperanto Wikipedia link to http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Эcпepaнтo
Thanks for your translation!

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May 06, 2014, 02:30:14 AM
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As promised, I did Russian translation of main topic. Here is:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=597225.0
Please, OP, add reference in Translations sections. Thanks.
It isn't Google translation  Wink

I would like to translate main thread in Russian. We need to grow Monero community.

P.S. Hi-quality Russian translation most wanted? PM me.

Fantastic job, OP updated!
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May 06, 2014, 02:31:41 AM
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Quanttek will be doing German and David Latapie French. Monero will be soon be very international. Smiley

Chinese translation will be one of the most important. If anyone can offer to do a high-quality one (or knows someone that can), that would be great.
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May 06, 2014, 02:32:50 AM
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Quanttek will be doing German and David Latapie French. Monero will be soon be very international. Smiley

Chinese translation will be one of the most important. If anyone can offer to do a high-quality one (or knows someone that can), that would be great.
Those who want to translate the website: PM me. Do not start with the "getting started" page as it is the one most prone to heavy changes, though.

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Last edit: May 06, 2014, 03:04:18 AM by Ivan166
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Thanks, mates!

I will follow the updates of main topic.
Also I would like to translate CryptoNote White Paper in near future. Stay tuned  Wink

Small nitpick: change the Esperanto Wikipedia link to http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Эcпepaнтo
Thanks for your translation!

Did it. Thanks for advice.

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May 06, 2014, 02:34:22 AM
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Thanks, mates!

I will follow the updates of main topic.
Also I would like to translate CryptoNote White Paper in near future. Stay tuned  Wink
Excellent idea!

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May 06, 2014, 02:35:19 AM
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Someone should send a nice email to mintpal and cryptsy so they can add monero for voting Smiley If noone does i will in a couple of days.
I could have done it weeks ago (from day 2 I considered it). Then I decided not to, because too fast a rise could kill monero. Let it go slowly, it is better for everyone. Slow adoption, wider distribution, better future. Please don't kill the golden goose.

Where are the 0.8.6 Windows binaries? And what is the current block? I'm still downloading (at block 24K or so now) and would like to know how much longer this will take. LOL

Also, do you have to be fully synced up to start mining? I tried "start_mining 6" on my Core i7-4702MQ laptop; hashrate is showing 0.18~0.25 and CPU usage only appears to be one core (13%).
Linux binaries for 0.8.6 + boost (you might still need libicu48 / libicuuc on /usr/lib, though, on Linux)

https://drive.google.com/#folders/0B7RQILpPGrQbYnF2OTA4NklrWmc

Go to the OP and download the blockchain, it will be faster than to manually sync.
http://monero.cc/getting-started has the instructions. Yes, they are tedious, yes, you'll have to follow them carefully, yes even that way it might not work.
I did follow the instructions, I don't want Linux -- sorry. Anyway, it appears mining starts (properly?) once you're fully synced up.

Next question: how do I point multiple rigs at the same wallet? Running Bitmonerod.exe on multiple PCs would download the full blockchain again, and running simplewallet.exe would create multiple wallets. The simpleminer.exe file seems to be the solution, but what is the syntax? If anyone has suggestions/help for running on multiple PCs, I'd appreciate it!

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May 06, 2014, 02:40:06 AM
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I started the translation to dutch. Will try to finish it in the next 24 hours Smiley

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May 06, 2014, 02:40:46 AM
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Someone should send a nice email to mintpal and cryptsy so they can add monero for voting Smiley If noone does i will in a couple of days.
I could have done it weeks ago (from day 2 I considered it). Then I decided not to, because too fast a rise could kill monero. Let it go slowly, it is better for everyone. Slow adoption, wider distribution, better future. Please don't kill the golden goose.

Where are the 0.8.6 Windows binaries? And what is the current block? I'm still downloading (at block 24K or so now) and would like to know how much longer this will take. LOL

Also, do you have to be fully synced up to start mining? I tried "start_mining 6" on my Core i7-4702MQ laptop; hashrate is showing 0.18~0.25 and CPU usage only appears to be one core (13%).
Linux binaries for 0.8.6 + boost (you might still need libicu48 / libicuuc on /usr/lib, though, on Linux)

https://drive.google.com/#folders/0B7RQILpPGrQbYnF2OTA4NklrWmc

Go to the OP and download the blockchain, it will be faster than to manually sync.
http://monero.cc/getting-started has the instructions. Yes, they are tedious, yes, you'll have to follow them carefully, yes even that way it might not work.
I did follow the instructions, I don't want Linux -- sorry. Anyway, it appears mining starts (properly?) once you're fully synced up.

Next question: how do I point multiple rigs at the same wallet? Running Bitmonerod.exe on multiple PCs would download the full blockchain again, and running simplewallet.exe would create multiple wallets. The simpleminer.exe file seems to be the solution, but what is the syntax? If anyone has suggestions/help for running on multiple PCs, I'd appreciate it!

Once you have a wallet you don't need the wallet on every rig. Just use

Code:
start_mining [your wallet public address] [number of threads]

in the daemon window. It will mine to the wallet even without the wallet being on that system.

Make sure your wallet is backed up.

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May 06, 2014, 02:40:52 AM
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Next question: how do I point multiple rigs at the same wallet? Running Bitmonerod.exe on multiple PCs would download the full blockchain again, and running simplewallet.exe would create multiple wallets. The simpleminer.exe file seems to be the solution, but what is the syntax? If anyone has suggestions/help for running on multiple PCs, I'd appreciate it!
As stated at http://monero.cc/getting-started
Code:
bitmonero.exe MRO_address
(the exact line is ./bitmonerod number_of_threads MRO_address)

1. upload the blockchain out of bitmonero (USB key, scp, ftp, whatever) and place it int .bitmonero (in %APPDATA%)
2. install bitmonero.exe and run bitmonero.exe MRO_address x (x being your number of threads (CPU*core*2)

You don't need any other file than bitmonero.exe on your extra machines.

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May 06, 2014, 02:54:45 AM
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Next question: how do I point multiple rigs at the same wallet? Running Bitmonerod.exe on multiple PCs would download the full blockchain again, and running simplewallet.exe would create multiple wallets. The simpleminer.exe file seems to be the solution, but what is the syntax? If anyone has suggestions/help for running on multiple PCs, I'd appreciate it!
As stated at http://monero.cc/getting-started
Code:
bitmonero.exe MRO_address
(the exact line is ./bitmonerod number_of_threads MRO_address)

1. upload the blockchain out of bitmonero (USB key, scp, ftp, whatever) and place it int .bitmonero (in %APPDATA%)
2. install bitmonero.exe and run bitmonero.exe MRO_address x (x being your number of threads (CPU*core*2)

You don't need any other file than bitmonero.exe on your extra machines.
Well, you were at least close. Here's the actual command needed to get mining (on Windows):

Code:
bitmonerod.exe --mining-threads [threads] --start-mining [address]

The bit about needing the block chain on each mining rig is rather stupid as well -- no other coin I can think of requires the block chain to mine it; you only need the miner software. Yes, you need a wallet somewhere if you want to store it on your own system, but only one wallet, which requires one block chain. Is there a calculator or something that will give an estimated coins (blocks) per day for a given hash rate anywhere?

My take: this coin is more than a little raw (alpha state I'd say, not even at beta level), and getting it on an exchange may only create problems until there's a better front end.

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May 06, 2014, 03:05:12 AM
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Quanttek will be doing German and David Latapie French. Monero will be soon be very international. Smiley

Chinese translation will be one of the most important. If anyone can offer to do a high-quality one (or knows someone that can), that would be great.
lol, after u said chinese team is coming

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May 06, 2014, 03:18:24 AM
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Mined with 6 computers today, didn't find a single block lol!
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May 06, 2014, 03:22:40 AM
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Next question: how do I point multiple rigs at the same wallet? Running Bitmonerod.exe on multiple PCs would download the full blockchain again, and running simplewallet.exe would create multiple wallets. The simpleminer.exe file seems to be the solution, but what is the syntax? If anyone has suggestions/help for running on multiple PCs, I'd appreciate it!
As stated at http://monero.cc/getting-started
Code:
bitmonero.exe MRO_address
(the exact line is ./bitmonerod number_of_threads MRO_address)

1. upload the blockchain out of bitmonero (USB key, scp, ftp, whatever) and place it int .bitmonero (in %APPDATA%)
2. install bitmonero.exe and run bitmonero.exe MRO_address x (x being your number of threads (CPU*core*2)

You don't need any other file than bitmonero.exe on your extra machines.
Well, you were at least close. Here's the actual command needed to get mining (on Windows):

Code:
bitmonerod.exe --mining-threads [threads] --start-mining [address]

The bit about needing the block chain on each mining rig is rather stupid as well -- no other coin I can think of requires the block chain to mine it; you only need the miner software. Yes, you need a wallet somewhere if you want to store it on your own system, but only one wallet, which requires one block chain. Is there a calculator or something that will give an estimated coins (blocks) per day for a given hash rate anywhere?

My take: this coin is more than a little raw (alpha state I'd say, not even at beta level), and getting it on an exchange may only create problems until there's a better front end.

Yeah this was unappealing to me but seems to be worth the time and annoyance

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