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July 17, 2016, 03:34:47 AM
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Good job! That info was posted on another forum thread at https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/38531-minor-problems-compiling-orb-wallet-on-non-x86-cpu-eg-raspberry-pi-odroid-c1/ along with some other useful hints (especially on the second page).
You got it working because you have double of the RAM amount I had (I suppose).
Congrats, anyway Smiley

I'm the OP of that thread.

As per that thread I gave up on ORB because an Odroid C1 with 1GB of RAM was insufficient (it would end up swapping like crazy - storage and CPU far too busy), plus it was randomly segfaulting.

I've now come back to it with an Odroid C2, which uses a 64 bit ARM CPU, with 2GB RAM. Not a single crash, and there's enough room for a couple more coin daemons, too.

ORB: 2162M virt, 723M res
COIN2: 2035 virt, 559M res
COIN3: 1017M virt, 344M res

Free memory: 257M

It has been running for 24 days stable, and has staked a couple of times.

I've also installed zram on the C2, which presents a swap device that compresses data, keeping it in RAM rather than swapping to disk if possible. If Raspbian supports it (and it is not already enabled by default) this should make a noticeable difference in available RAM on a 1GB Pi 3.  sudo apt-get install zram-config
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July 18, 2016, 07:56:11 AM
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Good job! That info was posted on another forum thread at https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/38531-minor-problems-compiling-orb-wallet-on-non-x86-cpu-eg-raspberry-pi-odroid-c1/ along with some other useful hints (especially on the second page).
You got it working because you have double of the RAM amount I had (I suppose).
Congrats, anyway Smiley

I'm the OP of that thread.

As per that thread I gave up on ORB because an Odroid C1 with 1GB of RAM was insufficient (it would end up swapping like crazy - storage and CPU far too busy), plus it was randomly segfaulting.

I've now come back to it with an Odroid C2, which uses a 64 bit ARM CPU, with 2GB RAM. Not a single crash, and there's enough room for a couple more coin daemons, too.

ORB: 2162M virt, 723M res
COIN2: 2035 virt, 559M res
COIN3: 1017M virt, 344M res

Free memory: 257M

It has been running for 24 days stable, and has staked a couple of times.

I've also installed zram on the C2, which presents a swap device that compresses data, keeping it in RAM rather than swapping to disk if possible. If Raspbian supports it (and it is not already enabled by default) this should make a noticeable difference in available RAM on a 1GB Pi 3.  sudo apt-get install zram-config

That's strange, my installation rarely swap while I get 1GB of RAM. Where you using the GUI or the client ? On which distribution ?
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July 18, 2016, 09:07:03 AM
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That's strange, my installation rarely swap while I get 1GB of RAM. Where you using the GUI or the client ? On which distribution ?

Original try was with an Odroid C1 which has a 1.5GHz quad core ARM with 1GB RAM. Ubuntu 14.04. Daemon only - board was running headless. The main issue was the amount of memory that ORB needed (couldn't really use the board for anything else) but there were also the mysterious crashes.

This was over a year ago. It's possible that subsequent updates to the ORB source, or the OS distribution, have quietly fixed whatever the problem was.

Anyway, it's working nicely now on the Odroid C2, quad core 2GHz ARM64 with 2GB RAM.
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July 18, 2016, 07:02:00 PM
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That's strange, my installation rarely swap while I get 1GB of RAM. Where you using the GUI or the client ? On which distribution ?

Original try was with an Odroid C1 which has a 1.5GHz quad core ARM with 1GB RAM. Ubuntu 14.04. Daemon only - board was running headless. The main issue was the amount of memory that ORB needed (couldn't really use the board for anything else) but there were also the mysterious crashes.

This was over a year ago. It's possible that subsequent updates to the ORB source, or the OS distribution, have quietly fixed whatever the problem was.

Anyway, it's working nicely now on the Odroid C2, quad core 2GHz ARM64 with 2GB RAM.

Great news, maybe it's a step toward Android ?
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July 19, 2016, 08:42:32 PM
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Great news, maybe it's a step toward Android ?

Many people want a fully functional wallet for Android, i.e. with staking. However most Android phones/tablets on the market come with 1Gb of RAM (maybe a few hundred Mb available actually). That's enough for a light weight Electrum style wallet with no staking. I think 2Gb is a must for an Android port of our Qt wallet.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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July 20, 2016, 07:50:11 AM
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Great news, maybe it's a step toward Android ?

Many people want a fully functional wallet for Android, i.e. with staking. However most Android phones/tablets on the market come with 1Gb of RAM (maybe a few hundred Mb available actually). That's enough for a light weight Electrum style wallet with no staking. I think 2Gb is a must for an Android port of our Qt wallet.


While a fully functional wallet would be awesome, couldn't a "basic" wallet (send, receive) bring more people to OrbitCoin ?
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July 22, 2016, 09:27:27 PM
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Great news, maybe it's a step toward Android ?

Many people want a fully functional wallet for Android, i.e. with staking. However most Android phones/tablets on the market come with 1Gb of RAM (maybe a few hundred Mb available actually). That's enough for a light weight Electrum style wallet with no staking. I think 2Gb is a must for an Android port of our Qt wallet.


While a fully functional wallet would be awesome, couldn't a "basic" wallet (send, receive) bring more people to OrbitCoin ?

It would probably. Those light weight wallets are dependent on server infrastructure to get block headers and other necessary data from. It means a few more VPS to spin up. In addition, someone has to take care of this wallet's code base and follow the general development. I'm not sure if there is enough demand right now to justify costs and time required for this task.

On the other hand, if our current wallet is ported to Android, it's pretty much a one time effort. No additional servers required and no separate code base to maintain. More or less.

"If you've got a problem and have to spread some coins to make it go away, you've got no problem. You've got an expence." ~ Phoenixcoin (PXC) and Orbitcoin (ORB) and Halcyon (HAL)
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July 25, 2016, 04:46:10 PM
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Hardly any volume lately. It's like pulling teeth. LoL

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July 30, 2016, 04:10:24 AM
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gost, what is with our website?
and blockexplorer?

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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July 30, 2016, 05:49:54 PM
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gost, what is with our website?
and blockexplorer?

Website & explorer were down indeed but it seems everything is fine now Smiley
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July 30, 2016, 08:08:32 PM
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gost, what is with our website?
and blockexplorer?

Nothing wrong actually on my side. We celebrate Orbitcoin's 3rd birthday Smiley and I have forgotten to order a domain name renewal in the process.

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July 30, 2016, 09:35:52 PM
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OMG! I forgot Orbitcoins 3rd birthday, shame on me!
Happy B-Day ORB & ORB community!


Ghost, many thanks for all the good work you do!  Smiley
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July 31, 2016, 05:02:29 AM
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Good to see coin has a successful 3 years run...It is certainly a long term coin...Happy Birthday Orbit Smiley
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August 14, 2016, 04:25:46 PM
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Good to see coin has a successful 3 years run...It is certainly a long term coin...Happy Birthday Orbit Smiley

Seems like a very food currency especially since its lasted as you as you said! 3 years and still going strong says a lot for it. I have only just started collecting but I'm staking away Smiley

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August 14, 2016, 05:38:25 PM
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from https://novaexchange.com/addnodes/ORB/

addnode=107.161.164.223:15298
addnode=108.180.10.124:15298
addnode=108.61.10.90:15298
addnode=109.147.90.175:15298
addnode=144.76.71.141:15298
addnode=162.217.249.198:15298
addnode=162.217.250.114:15298
addnode=173.30.2.89:15298
addnode=176.14.89.211:15298
addnode=176.31.126.191:15298
addnode=181.54.82.168:15298
addnode=184.12.132.136:15298
addnode=185.26.124.95:15298
addnode=185.53.128.119:15298
addnode=188.225.37.171:15298
addnode=193.227.134.111:15298
addnode=199.60.17.158:15298
addnode=216.110.120.38:15298
addnode=216.195.252.165:15298
addnode=216.46.155.209:15298
addnode=217.248.75.22:15298
addnode=37.201.246.66:15298
addnode=5.20.100.185:15298
addnode=54.89.21.44:15298
addnode=58.186.155.181:15298
addnode=62.1.82.87:15298
addnode=71.53.157.49:15298
addnode=71.88.114.217:15298
addnode=72.22.138.103:15298
addnode=72.241.236.178:15298
addnode=72.51.78.121:15298
addnode=73.174.17.134:15298
addnode=73.191.153.50:15298
addnode=73.252.83.130:15298
addnode=78.42.81.162:15298
addnode=81.107.232.208:15298
addnode=81.141.18.179:15298
addnode=86.186.95.236:15298
addnode=89.114.215.107:15298
addnode=89.156.180.43:15298
addnode=89.241.165.98:15298
addnode=89.241.167.93:15298
addnode=89.29.49.146:15298
addnode=91.33.206.25:15298
addnode=93.208.110.174:15298
addnode=93.208.116.35:15298
addnode=95.167.147.136:15298
addnode=95.76.145.63:15298

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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August 14, 2016, 05:52:32 PM
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special market there

https://novaexchange.com/market/CJ_ORB/ Cryptojacks (CJ)
https://novaexchange.com/market/ESP_ORB/ Espers (ESP)
https://novaexchange.com/market/ARI_ORB/ Aricoin (ARI)

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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August 14, 2016, 07:10:37 PM
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nodes 58 at 27.04.16

now 66 thanks for support

United States   US   15   22.7%
United Kingdom   GB   13   19.7%
Russia   RU   8   12.1%
Spain   ES   6   9.1%
Germany   DE   6   9.1%
France   FR   3   4.5%
Canada   CA   3   4.5%
Ukraine   UA   2   3%
Portugal   PT   2   3%
Vietnam   VN   1   1.5%
Romania   RO   1   1.5%
Poland   PL   1   1.5%
Norway   NO   1   1.5%
Netherlands   NL   1   1.5%
Luxembourg   LU   1   1.5%
Republic of Lithuania   LT   1   1.5%
Belgium   BE   1   1.5%

http://coinofview.com/coin/Orbitcoin.html



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Russia   RU   9   13.4%

new russian member
10 now

all the same

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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August 14, 2016, 07:15:23 PM
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@Mario

Pretty much recent online Orbitcoin wallets with an open port (15298) at router/firewall.
Probably lots more wallet owners haven't opened this port so they are not on the nodelist.
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August 14, 2016, 07:16:35 PM
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nodes 58 at 27.04.16

now 66 thanks for support

United States   US   15   22.7%
United Kingdom   GB   13   19.7%
Russia   RU   8   12.1%
Spain   ES   6   9.1%
Germany   DE   6   9.1%
France   FR   3   4.5%
Canada   CA   3   4.5%
Ukraine   UA   2   3%
Portugal   PT   2   3%
Vietnam   VN   1   1.5%
Romania   RO   1   1.5%
Poland   PL   1   1.5%
Norway   NO   1   1.5%
Netherlands   NL   1   1.5%
Luxembourg   LU   1   1.5%
Republic of Lithuania   LT   1   1.5%
Belgium   BE   1   1.5%

http://coinofview.com/coin/Orbitcoin.html



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Russia   RU   9   13.4%

new russian member
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I think these stats are not up to date, i'm pretty sure there are more Orbitcoin wallets online.



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August 14, 2016, 07:17:30 PM
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21:13:32

{
"version" : "v1.5.1.1-orb",
"protocolversion" : 60015,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"newposmint" : 10.00000000,
"newpowmint" : 0.00000000,
"allposmint" : 18086.64317900,
"allpowmint" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 1932853,
"timeoffset" : 3,
"moneysupply" : 2707865.27922500,
"connections" : 14,
"proxy" : "",
"keypoololdest" : 1438671981,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"mininput" : 0.00010000,
"testnet" : false,
"errors" : ""
}



block halving is at 2 mio. mined blocks.. so "blocks" : 1932853 - 2 Mio = - 67147 blocks = ORB / 1440 ORB per Day around -46,62986111111111 Day's Smiley
"blocks" : 1932853,

Are you a part of the ORB Community or want to be it, then gives your vote! here!! One of the first 30 currencys in the World is Orbitcoin DEV Forum - don't forget free ORB's are here ORB Faucet, tell your friend's - With PoW (without Asic's)/PoS Hybrid-System everyone can mine ORB with general purpose pc-hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption. Green Stake over PoS
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