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February 09, 2015, 04:28:19 AM
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NODE Rewards Update:

All rewards have been paid for qualifying nodes for 2/1 - 2/7:

http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction/6900437005517068026

Code:
address - reward

6311547611944765216 - 500
10256784480357772548 - 415
13859763253566439401 - 375
11993447274130959091 - 490
4642698871055020059 - 235
11686605939444917029 - 500
15423600423983397130 - 500
13974667736699431314 - 500
11950925367816452339 - 465
15808521961712022434 - 500
5688479141554434797 - 295
272403317975639650 - 500
1024213902811042288 - 465
12217132594948244800 - 430
11920306554878216330 - 385
16570391779901095218 - 500
6655681698812215051 - 485
1596636997542545302 - 500
463699249715670803 - 375
3772492656932306527 - 300
9281456965884126134 - 500

Just an FYI, I have seen my acct on at least one of these lists and have not received anything. I really don't care to much as your doing this out of your own pocket but just letting you know.

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February 09, 2015, 06:10:50 AM
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Just an FYI, I have seen my acct on at least one of these lists and have not received anything. I really don't care to much as your doing this out of your own pocket but just letting you know.

388507031247855324



Have you been running your node for at least 3 days continuously?  The script automatically removes anyone that doesn't meet the minimum 3 day requirement, after the 3 days you'll be put on the list.

If you are having problems with your node shutting down before the 3 days, let me know.

Either way I will look into it and if I find an error on our part I will rectify it and send you what you are owed.

edit: I see you are running your node on Windows, is it a PC that you shut down periodically?  That might be the issue.
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February 09, 2015, 06:37:34 AM
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is it a PC that you shut down periodically?  That might be the issue.

Yes I only run it when i'm home so i seldom get 3 straight days. But afa as I'm concerned I'm not owed anything. Just letting you know I was on the list but didn't receive t so there is something amiss.

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February 09, 2015, 06:50:32 AM
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is it a PC that you shut down periodically?  That might be the issue.

Yes I only run it when i'm home so i seldom get 3 straight days. But afa as I'm concerned I'm not owed anything. Just letting you know I was on the list but didn't receive t so there is something amiss.

388507031247855324 | uptime - 2346mins

Here is your uptime for the last week. It's not even 2 days. And you need to have at least 3 to get reward.

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February 09, 2015, 07:15:34 AM
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is it a PC that you shut down periodically?  That might be the issue.

Yes I only run it when i'm home so i seldom get 3 straight days. But afa as I'm concerned I'm not owed anything. Just letting you know I was on the list but didn't receive t so there is something amiss.

388507031247855324 | uptime - 2346mins

Here is your uptime for the last week. It's not even 2 days. And you need to have at least 3 to get reward.



I don't remember saying anything about last week,

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I don't remember saying anything about last week.


I was posting daily results at the very beginning just for info. Maybe it confused you. LemonAndFries decide who will get reward and post final list.
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February 09, 2015, 08:41:32 AM
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is it a PC that you shut down periodically?  That might be the issue.

Yes I only run it when i'm home so i seldom get 3 straight days. But afa as I'm concerned I'm not owed anything. Just letting you know I was on the list but didn't receive t so there is something amiss.

388507031247855324 | uptime - 2346mins

Here is your uptime for the last week. It's not even 2 days. And you need to have at least 3 to get reward.



I don't remember saying anything about last week,

I kind of would like to do something for people doing it on their personal PC since it is different than a VPS and more consuming.

If you're doing it for at least 12 hours a day on a personal PC as a Win32 node (not VPS), than I think you should get something.

Opinions?
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February 09, 2015, 11:01:46 AM
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NODE Rewards Update:

All rewards have been paid for qualifying nodes for 2/1 - 2/7:

http://nodemoney.com:19775/#/explorer/transaction/6900437005517068026

Code:
address - reward

6311547611944765216 - 500
10256784480357772548 - 415
13859763253566439401 - 375
11993447274130959091 - 490
4642698871055020059 - 235
11686605939444917029 - 500
15423600423983397130 - 500
13974667736699431314 - 500
11950925367816452339 - 465
15808521961712022434 - 500
5688479141554434797 - 295
272403317975639650 - 500
1024213902811042288 - 465
12217132594948244800 - 430
11920306554878216330 - 385
16570391779901095218 - 500
6655681698812215051 - 485
1596636997542545302 - 500
463699249715670803 - 375
3772492656932306527 - 300
9281456965884126134 - 500

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February 09, 2015, 12:11:04 PM
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You need 500 000 coins in your wallet and keep it open - that´s it.
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February 09, 2015, 01:29:17 PM
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i have problem with running client on mint 17.1 64bit
i downloaded latest linux client form http://nodecoin.com/
my node version is v0.10.35

npm install shows:
Code:
npm WARN package.json Nodemoney@0.0.6 No description
npm WARN package.json Nodemoney@0.0.6 No repository field.
npm WARN package.json Nodemoney@0.0.6 No README data
npm WARN unmet dependency /home/tomas/soft/node/node_modules/nedb requires async@'0.2.10' but will load
npm WARN unmet dependency /home/tomas/soft/node/node_modules/async,
npm WARN unmet dependency which is version 0.9.0
npm WARN unmet dependency /home/tomas/soft/node/node_modules/express requires qs@'0.6.6' but will load
npm WARN unmet dependency /home/tomas/soft/node/node_modules/qs,
npm WARN unmet dependency which is version 2.3.3


err.log from 
Code:
forever start -o out.log -e err.log ./index.js
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Code:
events.js:72
        throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event
              ^
Error: Cannot find module 'underscore'
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (module.js:338:15)
    at Function.Module._load (module.js:280:25)
    at Module.require (module.js:364:17)
    at require (module.js:380:17)
    at Object.<anonymous> (/home/tomas/soft/node/node_modules/nedb/lib/model.js:9:9)
    at Module._compile (module.js:456:26)
    at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:474:10)
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    at Function.Module._load (module.js:312:12)
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February 09, 2015, 01:41:54 PM
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How much would 500k coins set me back in current markets in USD?
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February 09, 2015, 01:43:37 PM
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How much would 500k coins set me back in current markets in USD?

$180-$200 ish.

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February 09, 2015, 01:50:10 PM
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So I've just stumbled across this coin.
I go out and buy 500k coins, setup a wallet with them in then what?

I earn interest? Or a piece of each persons transaction?
If I had more than 500k do I earn more?

I read somewhere someone sending coins back and forth to themselves to increase something?
What's that about?
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February 09, 2015, 02:00:08 PM
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So I've just stumbled across this coin.
I go out and buy 500k coins, setup a wallet with them in then what?

I earn interest? Or a piece of each persons transaction?
If I had more than 500k do I earn more?

I read somewhere someone sending coins back and forth to themselves to increase something?
What's that about?

Well.. U arrived here in an early stage. Nodepay which is the probably main feature will launch around february 20. u forge the blocks fees. Inside a block can be 1 transaction or 100.. depending on how much is node being used. Right now there is a low traffic because the algo is being improved. clients and gui are being tested. U need to have 500k NODE to being elegible to forge. So u just need to keep ur client open and that's it. There has been people complaining they didn't forge.. and it was because their connection was bad and they were losing connection several times per day.. That's why there is a tutorial explaining how to setup a 4u$d per month server. If u read the whitepaper u will understand better. Also we have LemonAndFries (voluntarily) giving rewards to those people who can't be 24 hrs online everyday. This is not difficult to understand... just reading a bit whitepaper u'll get it..
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February 09, 2015, 02:14:47 PM
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Thanks!

Where is the tutorial on a 4usd server?
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February 09, 2015, 02:43:59 PM
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Thanks!

Where is the tutorial on a 4usd server?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=914743.msg10044503#msg10044503
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February 09, 2015, 03:12:30 PM
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what was that with the node allegedly getting stolen or disappearing from some accounts?

anybody figured out what the security breach may be / have been?
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February 09, 2015, 04:34:55 PM
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As we promised, we are publishing the user manual.

NODE Boot Camp: Creating your own 24/7 online node in 30 minutes

We created this brief tutorial for everybody who’d like to take the opportunity to earn money by running his own Linux server node without additional knowledge and training.

Your own server node allows you to receive passive income for the clock network support.
In addition, you get a full hosting for your own project at your disposal, and you will be able to compensate up to 100% of its rent already now, in beta stage of Node project.
Node.js uses resources very sparingly so if you already have a Linux hosting with root access then you must install a Linux node since you can do all of the above without a single penny cost and with a minimum load of server resources.


First stage:  Linux hosting selection & payment

Today's market is full of inexpensive hosting offerings that meet our requirements. Keywords we are looking for: Linux hosting with root access.

Why Linux? It’s much cheaper and more secure than Windows servers.
Windows Server we need costs not less than $ 30 a month while the average Linux Server will cost less than $ 10.

There is a lot of suggestions online, so you may find any Linux hosting yourself in accordance with your preferences and the budget. For our test we chose Yourserver.se because they accept Bitcoins, allows monthly payment and offers a package with root access for one of the most competitive prices on the market - 4 euros per month (around $ 4.8 ).


We tested 7 euros package ($ 8.4) because of its great features but 4 euros package in theory should also be OK for us.

So, after you select the package we need to choose the Billing Cycle and Operating System (Configurable Options).

You choose Billing Cycle at your sole discretion and then we select Debian as operating system since it’s most appropriate to us: Debian is incredibly fast and economical.


After completion of registration and payment of a hosting plan for any of the chosen provider we receive email with parameters of our server:

     1) I.P. address of your server (e.g. 88.198.18.221)
     2) username (root) & password to access to your server.



Second stage: Linux client installation

To install the Linux client on your server you will need to do the following:

     1) Download Linux Node Client: http://nodecoin.com/node.linux.latest.zip

     2) Connect to your server via SFTP. In our case we used for that WebDrive software (http://www.webdrive.com)



     3) Unzip the archive node.linux.latest.zip to any convenient folder on the server. In our case, we have created a “node” folder in the “/var” directory (/var/node)


     4) Connect to your server via SSH terminal (in our case we used for that ZOC Terminal software (http://www.emtec.com/zoc). All following steps we make in SSH terminal.


     5) Installation of Node.Js
         To install Node.js all you need is to type consistently the the following commands in a terminal:
Quote
         $ apt-get install python g++ make
          $ wget http://nodejs.org/dist/node-latest.tar.gz
          $ tar xvfvz node-latest.tar.gz
          $ cd node-v0.10.34  (replace on node.js current release number you downloaded)
          $ ./configure
          $ make
          $ sudo make install

     6) Go to the folder where you unzipped client (node.linux.latest.zip) by typing the command in the terminal: cd DIR.
         In our case, the command would look like this:
Quote
         cd /var/node/

     7) Consistently execute the following commands
Quote
         npm install
          npm -g install forever
          forever start index.js

Installation is complete. Congratulations, you are lucky enough to own a private server node, which will be online around the clock. Now you no longer dependent on the working computer so you can collect “Activity Points” and generate income consistently.
You can access your server client through any browser window: your_ip: 19775. For example: 88.198.18.221:19975



If you have any questions or difficulties, we will gladly help you with a free consultation or installation.
Thank you for supporting Node network Cheesy

Always Yours,
Node Dev Team

So I've followed this to the letter.

But when I got to my ip:19775 I get nothing...
I'm not sure what to check or where.

Can anyone help?
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February 09, 2015, 04:45:44 PM
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So I've followed this to the letter.

But when I got to my ip:19775 I get nothing...
I'm not sure what to check or where.

Can anyone help?

Maybe you might have to install node.js version by Chris Lea.

That was the problem with mine, the chris lea version is the most current one.
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February 09, 2015, 04:52:39 PM
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As we promised, we are publishing the user manual.

NODE Boot Camp: Creating your own 24/7 online node in 30 minutes

We created this brief tutorial for everybody who’d like to take the opportunity to earn money by running his own Linux server node without additional knowledge and training.

Your own server node allows you to receive passive income for the clock network support.
In addition, you get a full hosting for your own project at your disposal, and you will be able to compensate up to 100% of its rent already now, in beta stage of Node project.
Node.js uses resources very sparingly so if you already have a Linux hosting with root access then you must install a Linux node since you can do all of the above without a single penny cost and with a minimum load of server resources.


First stage:  Linux hosting selection & payment

Today's market is full of inexpensive hosting offerings that meet our requirements. Keywords we are looking for: Linux hosting with root access.

Why Linux? It’s much cheaper and more secure than Windows servers.
Windows Server we need costs not less than $ 30 a month while the average Linux Server will cost less than $ 10.

There is a lot of suggestions online, so you may find any Linux hosting yourself in accordance with your preferences and the budget. For our test we chose /ntj5cG]Yourserver.se because they accept Bitcoins, allows monthly payment and offers a package with root access for one of the most competitive prices on the market - 4 euros per month (around $ 4.8 ).


We tested 7 euros package ($ 8.4) because of its great features but 4 euros package in theory should also be OK for us.

So, after you select the package we need to choose the Billing Cycle and Operating System (Configurable Options).

You choose Billing Cycle at your sole discretion and then we select Debian as operating system since it’s most appropriate to us: Debian is incredibly fast and economical.


After completion of registration and payment of a hosting plan for any of the chosen provider we receive email with parameters of our server:

     1) I.P. address of your server (e.g. 88.198.18.221)
     2) username (root) & password to access to your server.



Second stage: Linux client installation

To install the Linux client on your server you will need to do the following:

     1) Download Linux Node Client: http://nodecoin.com/node.linux.latest.zip

     2) Connect to your server via SFTP. In our case we used for that WebDrive software (http://www.webdrive.com)



     3) Unzip the archive node.linux.latest.zip to any convenient folder on the server. In our case, we have created a “node” folder in the “/var” directory (/var/node)


     4) Connect to your server via SSH terminal (in our case we used for that ZOC Terminal software (http://www.emtec.com/zoc). All following steps we make in SSH terminal.


     5) Installation of Node.Js
         To install Node.js all you need is to type consistently the the following commands in a terminal:
Quote
         $ apt-get install python g++ make
          $ wget http://nodejs.org/dist/node-latest.tar.gz
          $ tar xvfvz node-latest.tar.gz
          $ cd node-v0.10.34  (replace on node.js current release number you downloaded)
          $ ./configure
          $ make
          $ sudo make install

     6) Go to the folder where you unzipped client (node.linux.latest.zip) by typing the command in the terminal: cd DIR.
         In our case, the command would look like this:
Quote
         cd /var/node/

     7) Consistently execute the following commands
Quote
         npm install
          npm -g install forever
          forever start index.js

Installation is complete. Congratulations, you are lucky enough to own a private server node, which will be online around the clock. Now you no longer dependent on the working computer so you can collect “Activity Points” and generate income consistently.
You can access your server client through any browser window: your_ip: 19775. For example: 88.198.18.221:19975

http://s25.postimg.org/x10khx2of/Node_in_browser.png

If you have any questions or difficulties, we will gladly help you with a free consultation or installation.
Thank you for supporting Node network Cheesy

Always Yours,
Node Dev Team

So I've followed this to the letter.

But when I got to my ip:19775 I get nothing...
I'm not sure what to check or where.

Can anyone help?

Could you miss any steps during the installation?
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