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July 23, 2015, 07:49:52 AM
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I seem to have problem loading my wallet.bin
simplewallet.log:

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2015-Jul-22 23:54:51.686415 aeon wallet v0.9.0.0()
2015-Jul-22 23:54:56.719859 Loaded wallet keys file, with public address: ****************************************************************
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.927120 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/common/boost_serialization_helper.h:108 Exception at [unserialize_obj_from_file], what=input stream error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935479 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566 !r. THROW EXCEPTION: error::file_read_error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935530 /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566:N5tools5error15file_error_baseILi2EEE: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943537 Error: failed to load wallet: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943630 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:387 could not open account
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943666 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:1199 Failed to initialize wallet

First time it couldn't load, so I deleted the wallet.bin and let it rebuild from the .keys file.
After I exited simplewallet and then ran it again, I'm getting the above error.

Strange that this error is happening. I just created a test-wallet using the old version and was able to open it fine using the new version. Then I deleted the .bin file and it recreated it fine from .keys. (Nothing at all was changed in the wallet code either -- all those files show 11 months old in github.)

What distro are you using and what version of boost is installed?

Have you ruled out any other issues like no available disk space?
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July 23, 2015, 09:01:49 AM
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Smooth, I'm running Linux mint 17 with boost 1.55
I still have plenty of disk space left.
I don't think it make any difference but I run simplewallet and point it to a remote daemon (which is also running 0.9.0.0)



I seem to have problem loading my wallet.bin
simplewallet.log:

Code:
2015-Jul-22 23:54:51.686415 aeon wallet v0.9.0.0()
2015-Jul-22 23:54:56.719859 Loaded wallet keys file, with public address: ****************************************************************
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.927120 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/common/boost_serialization_helper.h:108 Exception at [unserialize_obj_from_file], what=input stream error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935479 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566 !r. THROW EXCEPTION: error::file_read_error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935530 /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566:N5tools5error15file_error_baseILi2EEE: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943537 Error: failed to load wallet: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943630 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:387 could not open account
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943666 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:1199 Failed to initialize wallet

First time it couldn't load, so I deleted the wallet.bin and let it rebuild from the .keys file.
After I exited simplewallet and then ran it again, I'm getting the above error.

Strange that this error is happening. I just created a test-wallet using the old version and was able to open it fine using the new version. Then I deleted the .bin file and it recreated it fine from .keys. (Nothing at all was changed in the wallet code either -- all those files show 11 months old in github.)

What distro are you using and what version of boost is installed?

Have you ruled out any other issues like no available disk space?

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July 23, 2015, 09:11:02 AM
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Thanks for the info. Please double check things like the file permissions, folder permissions, etc.

I don''t see anything wrong with the code, and the "exception error::file_read_error" basically means it simply can't read the file, not even a question of parsing it (unlike the earlier error reported).

Remote daemon should not make any difference.

I'm using the same boost 1.55 though I'm on Ubuntu, not mint. Maybe someone with mint can try it out?

Also, do you still have the old version on your system? Does it work differently?

Smooth, I'm running Linux mint 17 with boost 1.55
I still have plenty of disk space left.
I don't think it make any difference but I run simplewallet and point it to a remote daemon (which is also running 0.9.0.0)



I seem to have problem loading my wallet.bin
simplewallet.log:

Code:
2015-Jul-22 23:54:51.686415 aeon wallet v0.9.0.0()
2015-Jul-22 23:54:56.719859 Loaded wallet keys file, with public address: ****************************************************************
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.927120 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/common/boost_serialization_helper.h:108 Exception at [unserialize_obj_from_file], what=input stream error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935479 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566 !r. THROW EXCEPTION: error::file_read_error
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.935530 /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/wallet/wallet2.cpp:566:N5tools5error15file_error_baseILi2EEE: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943537 Error: failed to load wallet: failed to read file "wallet.bin"
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943630 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:387 could not open account
2015-Jul-22 23:56:00.943666 ERROR /home/user/aeon-phoenix/src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:1199 Failed to initialize wallet

First time it couldn't load, so I deleted the wallet.bin and let it rebuild from the .keys file.
After I exited simplewallet and then ran it again, I'm getting the above error.

Strange that this error is happening. I just created a test-wallet using the old version and was able to open it fine using the new version. Then I deleted the .bin file and it recreated it fine from .keys. (Nothing at all was changed in the wallet code either -- all those files show 11 months old in github.)

What distro are you using and what version of boost is installed?

Have you ruled out any other issues like no available disk space?
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July 23, 2015, 01:38:53 PM
Last edit: July 23, 2015, 01:53:56 PM by Arux
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0.9.0.0 binaries for windows 64bits are ready to upload. tests are terminated, daemon and simplewallet are working as expected. (in particular, wallet or blockchain from 0.8.2.0 are not a problem)
the OP will be updated very soon (it's matter of hours  Wink)

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July 23, 2015, 06:14:58 PM
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Can we have Windows binaries for wolf CPU miner? I've only seen source so far. TIA

Also, is there an AMD GPU miner being updated? I'm currently using Claymore and I assume after the hard fork it won't work.
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July 23, 2015, 07:38:55 PM
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Can we have Windows binaries for wolf CPU miner? I've only seen source so far. TIA
source only for the moment, it's compiling easily under linux so i will take a look if cross compilation give a usable windows binary.

Also, is there an AMD GPU miner being updated? I'm currently using Claymore and I assume after the hard fork it won't work.
Claymore CryptoNote GPU Miner is closed source and current version 9.3 will not work after the hard fork.
Only Claymore can decide and build a binary compatible with Cryptonight-Lite. We must ask him first. No idea about his answer.

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Cheers Arux. I've posted on Claymore's thread to see if CryptoNight Lite support can be added.
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July 24, 2015, 02:25:00 PM
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Source code and Windows (64 bit) binaries can be downloaded from https://github.com/aeonix/aeon/releases.

Release page at github now includes official Windows (64 bit) binaries provided by Arux. Links in OP will be updated soon.

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July 24, 2015, 03:16:06 PM
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I can confirm that these binaries just posted on GIT, do not give me any trouble opening both older and newer blockchain and wallet files.  Smiley
Thank you smooth & Arux!

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July 25, 2015, 01:11:23 AM
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Cheers Arux. I've posted on Claymore's thread to see if CryptoNight Lite support can be added.

I noticed this reply from Claymore on his thread:

Probably yes, but not right now because I don't have any free time currently Sad

So for now people wanting to mine this coin will have to stick with CPU or NVIDIA
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July 25, 2015, 01:54:33 AM
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My issue with simplewallet has resolved. It might have been the mix of 0.8 daemon and 0.9 simplewallet, or maybe it was 0.9 daemon and 0.8 simplewallet. Anyway, I let both the wallet.bin and blockchain.bin rebuild with 0.9 binaries and all fine now.

Thanks for the info. Please double check things like the file permissions, folder permissions, etc.

I don''t see anything wrong with the code, and the "exception error::file_read_error" basically means it simply can't read the file, not even a question of parsing it (unlike the earlier error reported).


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July 25, 2015, 04:18:57 AM
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My issue with simplewallet has resolved. It might have been the mix of 0.8 daemon and 0.9 simplewallet, or maybe it was 0.9 daemon and 0.8 simplewallet. Anyway, I let both the wallet.bin and blockchain.bin rebuild with 0.9 binaries and all fine now.

Thanks for the info. Please double check things like the file permissions, folder permissions, etc.

I don''t see anything wrong with the code, and the "exception error::file_read_error" basically means it simply can't read the file, not even a question of parsing it (unlike the earlier error reported).


Glad to hear that exciter0! We're happy to help if any new issues should pop up.

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July 26, 2015, 08:31:21 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder

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July 26, 2015, 08:48:32 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder

If you wrote down your mnemonic seed words when you initially created your wallet, you can use them to restore the wallet.

Otherwise, if one file recovery tool can't find your wallet.dat, try another. Even when a tool can see the file (or its attributes), it can't always recover it.

Don't pay for anything unless the initial scan can at least verify the file exists. You don't have to pay for anything, really..

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July 26, 2015, 09:04:26 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder

If you wrote down your mnemonic seed words when you initially created your wallet, you can use them to restore the wallet.

Otherwise, if one file recovery tool can't find your wallet.dat, try another. Even when a tool can see the file (or its attributes), it can't always recover it.

Don't pay for anything unless the initial scan can at least verify the file exists. You don't have to pay for anything, really..



i see two wallet files when i enter wallet.dat on search but the file type is shortcuts, im guessing those are just links. but good thing you reminded me about the mnemonic words. not sure if i saved them but if i have it will be on hard drive in documents folder.

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July 26, 2015, 09:12:02 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder


If you are going to go this route what you need to recover are the .keys file (often wallet.dat.keys). The wallet.dat file is just a cache and it gets recreated if deleted or missing.

As discussed on the thread an easier recovery is the mnemonic words if you have them.
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July 26, 2015, 09:22:37 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder


If you are going to go this route what you need to recover are the .keys file (often wallet.dat.keys). The wallet.dat file is just a cache and it gets recreated if deleted or missing.

As discussed on the thread an easier recovery is the mnemonic words if you have them.


il try another recovery software as when it reached to 80% it said scan completed.

how do i restore wallet with mnemonic  words

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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder
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Your wallet is in the same directory as aeond.exe and simplewallet.exe, and it is named wallet.keys, or something like that, with the extension .keys.

Do you remember the above? It was in a pm between us 3 months ago  Tongue
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July 26, 2015, 09:24:46 AM
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a few weeks back i did a reinstall of my windows 7 which was unsuccessful and this lead to my files being deleted on it where my aeon coins. ive used ease us to view the files on my hard drive but i do not know which is the wallet file. it gives me cpp and h files amongst others.
it says i need to buy the license to recover it. i dont mind paying as long as the wallet.dat file is recovered and my coins moved from the address

when i type in search wallet.dat two files show up but the type is shortcut and when i type aeon the zp files show up not the folder
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Your wallet is in the same directory as aeond.exe and simplewallet.exe, and it is named wallet.keys, or something like that, with the extension .keys.

Do you remember the above? It was in a pm between us 3 months ago  Tongue

aeond.exe shows up but its a compressed zip file.

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Status update and short term plans

Obviously we have the hard fork coming up in about one week with the mainstream CPU and mobile-friendly PoW.

There have been discussions with exchanges, so I do expect the coin to be listed for trading soon (either before or after the hard fork, I'm not sure).

Here is the short term roadmap for the next two versions (there may be incremental bug fix releases in between, along with additional minor features included with each release or as intermediate feature releases):

Version 0.10.0.0

Local blockchain pruning (light full nodes). On systems with limited resources (RAM and/or HD) you will be able to run a full node without storing an archive of the entire chain. This comes with no reduction in security -- you will still be validating the entire chain, but not storing it. Your node will be able to forward blocks and transactions, support wallets with full node security, and even mine. The only thing it won't be able to do is serve old blocks over the p2p to brand new users (it will still serve recent blocks to other users who are syncing after a limited amount of time offline). Brand new users or those offline for an extended period can use a bootstrap, or they can still sync over the p2p by connecting to archive nodes (full nodes that are not running in light mode).

Version 1.0.0.0

Cryptonote GUI integration (some preliminary work on this is already done).

Following version 1.0.0.0, we will move to the more on to the longer-term roadmap items, including the SPV client model, and finally the multisig, simple contract scripts, payment channels, and global blockchain pruning.

Although not presently on the roadmap, I would like to at some point see actual mobile wallets, which could work either as SPV clients or as light full nodes. For that to realistically happen, we'll have to see how things go with funding for the project and/or expansion of the core team.


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