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November 16, 2014, 12:00:42 PM
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This transaction is not on the blockchain but the the coins are not in my wallet.

How can I recover my monero?

Assuming you have wallet.bin and wallet.bin.keys, keep *.keys, delete .bin. Then run simplewallet again and it will re-read blockchain. Coins will be in wallet again.
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November 16, 2014, 12:33:47 PM
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2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.962919 [P2P3][101.254.22.91:53934 INC] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.992916 [P2P1][107.167.184.120:52182 INC] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.993916 [P2P9][88.151.101.22:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:54.178984 [P2P7][37.187.159.224:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:56.309172 [P2P9][79.98.30.215:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:17:19.968589 [RPC0]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.046558 [RPC1]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.115593 [RPC0]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.124562 [RPC1]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:45.885664 [P2P7][143.239.71.1:40511 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 307499 -> 202693 [104806 blocks (-72 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started

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can't somebody tell me what is the matter?
I have't sync this for a long time and I download the newest blackchain to rync than get this information

help!!
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November 16, 2014, 01:47:27 PM
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2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.962919 [P2P3][101.254.22.91:53934 INC] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.992916 [P2P1][107.167.184.120:52182 INC] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:52.993916 [P2P9][88.151.101.22:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:54.178984 [P2P7][37.187.159.224:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:08:56.309172 [P2P9][79.98.30.215:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK
2014-Nov-16 20:17:19.968589 [RPC0]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.046558 [RPC1]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.115593 [RPC0]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:20.124562 [RPC1]ERROR c:\users\ric_000\desktop\bitmonero\src\rpc\core_rpc_server.h:68 Failed to on_get_blocks()
2014-Nov-16 20:17:45.885664 [P2P7][143.239.71.1:40511 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 307499 -> 202693 [104806 blocks (-72 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started

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can't somebody tell me what is the matter?
I have't sync this for a long time and I download the newest blackchain to rync than get this information

help!!


"143.239.71.1" peer stuck on fork and trying to synchronize. RPC errors are independent. Stop daemon, delete p2state.bin & poolstate.bin, start daemon, run wallet again.
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November 16, 2014, 02:50:32 PM
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Why not just run simplewallet, create an address, store the seed and wallet file and throw it all away until we get a GUI?

i think lightweight wallets are key for future adoption, so i happy happy the dev team sets its focus there.
i feel that many people interested in anon coin right now get sucked into dark since they have massive PR.

@pönde: did you really try ? how can we help you? making paper wallet for xmr is very very easy.

I did try simple-wallet and was able to create some addresses. However by my point of view the wallet seemed to be such spooky, that I let it be. I was afraid to lose my coins. Maybe I should re-think this issue again. Is there already some other actual paper-wallet generator for Monero?

I am also expecting the first Monero GUI-wallet to be lightweight like Bitcoins Multibit. Later also another full-node GUI-wallet would be nice.

A great step forward would also be, if there were blockchain.info -like online-wallet and bitaddress.org -like paper-wallet-generator for Monero. Once done, we could easily create countless paper-wallets to store the coins and when needed to sent them, we could import the private keys to the online-wallet.
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November 16, 2014, 05:58:04 PM
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Any ideas for how many months you need to be rank.1 on Cryptsy vote list to be accepted?

Now with Mintpal gone and rumours about HitBtc, there are not many exchanges trading Monero left.

Who have account should vote for Monero on btc38: http://www.btc38.com/trade/vote_for_trade_en.html

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November 16, 2014, 06:39:34 PM
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all you need is the 24 word seed to restore the wallet. write down the 24 words on a piece of paper, thats your paper wallet. once you wrote down the 24 words you can delete everything.

With the latest code updated, it is 25 words seed, and not anymore 24 words.

Btw this fuss around GUI is pretty lame from my point of view.

For linux user, console is not a problem, and usually console program are more reliable/fast/easy than GUI progam.

So i understand a cool gui with flashy color can be a real help for noob, but this simplewallet is really enough for 100% of needs aka managing wallet and making payment.

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November 16, 2014, 06:53:01 PM
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Sorry, that was the stack of the wrong thread. Here is the one that's causing trouble:
Code:
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0000000000706bc4 in cryptonote::Blockchain::complete_timestamps_vector(unsigned long, std::vector<unsigned long, std::allocator<unsigned long> >&) ()

Remove the stray ; at src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp:1059 , causes infinite loop

Code:
--- a/src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp
+++ b/src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp
@@ -1056,7 +1056,7 @@ bool Blockchain::complete_timestamps_vector(uint64_t start_top_height, std::vect
   size_t need_elements = BLOCKCHAIN_TIMESTAMP_CHECK_WINDOW - timestamps.size();
   CHECK_AND_ASSERT_MES(start_top_height < m_db->height(), false, "internal error: passed start_height not < " << " m_db->height() -- " << start_top_height << " >= " << m_db->height($
   size_t stop_offset = start_top_height > need_elements ? start_top_height - need_elements : 0;
-  while (start_top_height != stop_offset);
+  while (start_top_height != stop_offset)
   {
     timestamps.push_back(m_db->get_block_timestamp(start_top_height));
     --start_top_height;
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November 16, 2014, 07:02:39 PM
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Any ideas for how many months you need to be rank.1 on Cryptsy vote list to be accepted?

Now with Mintpal gone and rumours about HitBtc, there are not many exchanges trading Monero left.

Who have account should vote for Monero on btc38: http://www.btc38.com/trade/vote_for_trade_en.html

i have the feeling they dont want to add us or they have problems with the implementation...

i see there is a btc adress now for paid votes, before there was none for months...very starnge, i dont know what to think about this.

polo and cryptsy are both US based, we need an exchange that is not located there please.

just my 0.02 xmr

We already have one: https://bter.com/trade/xmr_btc

and great rating there too, click to read the reviews Smiley
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November 16, 2014, 08:19:24 PM
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Sorry, that was the stack of the wrong thread. Here is the one that's causing trouble:
Code:
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0000000000706bc4 in cryptonote::Blockchain::complete_timestamps_vector(unsigned long, std::vector<unsigned long, std::allocator<unsigned long> >&) ()

Remove the stray ; at src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp:1059 , causes infinite loop

Thank you, otila. I have to officially declare myself blind.  Undecided
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November 16, 2014, 09:58:35 PM
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Sorry, that was the stack of the wrong thread. Here is the one that's causing trouble:
Code:
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0000000000706bc4 in cryptonote::Blockchain::complete_timestamps_vector(unsigned long, std::vector<unsigned long, std::allocator<unsigned long> >&) ()

Remove the stray ; at src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp:1059 , causes infinite loop

Thank you, otila. I have to officially declare myself blind.  Undecided

Now it segfaults in Blockchain::handle_alternative_block(const block& b, const crypto::hash& id, block_verification_context& bvc).

Is anyone able to run it as a main solution? Mine can't cross block 306781.
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November 16, 2014, 10:35:38 PM
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Sorry, that was the stack of the wrong thread. Here is the one that's causing trouble:
Code:
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0000000000706bc4 in cryptonote::Blockchain::complete_timestamps_vector(unsigned long, std::vector<unsigned long, std::allocator<unsigned long> >&) ()

Remove the stray ; at src/cryptonote_core/blockchain.cpp:1059 , causes infinite loop

Thank you, otila. I have to officially declare myself blind.  Undecided

Now it segfaults in Blockchain::handle_alternative_block(const block& b, const crypto::hash& id, block_verification_context& bvc).

Is anyone able to run it as a main solution? Mine can't cross block 306781.

I am at block 308028.  I also got the segfault, but gdb was not running.
I think it crashed in the first while loop.  Now waiting for another segfault..
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November 16, 2014, 10:56:14 PM
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I am at block 308028.  I also got the segfault, but gdb was not running.
I think it crashed in the first while loop.  Now waiting for another segfault..

Test with enabled core dumps (ulimit -c unlimited) for next time
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November 16, 2014, 11:15:32 PM
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I am at block 308028.  I also got the segfault, but gdb was not running.
I think it crashed in the first while loop.  Now waiting for another segfault..

Test with enabled core dumps (ulimit -c unlimited) for next time


I was running non-debug version, now I run -fsanitize=address -version, so neither gdb nor cores are needed.
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November 17, 2014, 01:14:10 AM
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I am at block 308028.  I also got the segfault, but gdb was not running.
I think it crashed in the first while loop.  Now waiting for another segfault..

Test with enabled core dumps (ulimit -c unlimited) for next time


I was running non-debug version, now I run -fsanitize=address -version, so neither gdb nor cores are needed.


In my case it is 100% reproducible with or without debugger.
Anyone can tell how to make debug version with unstripped executables?
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November 17, 2014, 01:17:49 AM
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In my case it is 100% reproducible with or without debugger.
Anyone can tell how to make debug version with unstripped executables?

Sorry for asking stupid questions; it's
Code:
make all-debug
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November 17, 2014, 06:07:21 AM
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 Grin monday missives update ?

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November 17, 2014, 06:43:50 AM
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why is the blockchain download 60+ days behind? it says its always up to date, but ive been syncing for the last 6 hours

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November 17, 2014, 06:46:14 AM
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Grin monday missives update ?
will not update, developers are asleep, or can not connect to the internet Grin
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November 17, 2014, 07:01:34 AM
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XMR will back to 100K or more
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November 17, 2014, 07:13:39 AM
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why is the blockchain download 60+ days behind? it says its always up to date, but ive been syncing for the last 6 hours

Check your 'diff' command in the daemon window. If it shows the correct height (308,487 as I write this but you can check yourself on chainradar) then your download is not 60 days behind. The message you get indicates that a peer is behind, probably stuck on the wrong fork after the attack in September. Safe to ignore.


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