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September 14, 2014, 02:23:02 PM
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small victory over the build process.
after almost 100 builds today, I finally got a small 3 node network talking to each other. Not really so impressive, but some small differences in the system libraries somehow created build problems. I have one server running ubuntu 13 and this never gave me troubles, but the other two with ubuntu 14 caused strange problems. After getting everything rebuilt, one server was happy and even though I think I got everything all the same, the third server is still having issues.

probably some mismatched system component I am using, but I took a shortcut for now and just copied the binary from the server that made a happy version

things are always slow when dealing with issues not in your own code.

So, it took a while but now I can finally start finding bugs in my own logic.

James

Great news James. Would be fantastic if you and the devs could pull off teleporting before the new year, having a steady and stable flow of teleporting bitcoins. Wow!
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September 14, 2014, 03:11:39 PM
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I need Help with a transaction send from Cryptsy to my wallet. I did delete everything but the .conf and the .dat re-sync but still nothing...

I found Hash: 59a7d0e34b87cc810a81ce32ccdad448e105d70cf497c5d3f6a6f7fa26290915 in stakexplorer.com but is showing "Not yet redeemed"

Can anybody Please Help me?

Thanks in advance.

P.S: Sorry if this was asked already I cant find information about it, the thread is so huge
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September 14, 2014, 03:19:14 PM
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Is it possible to extract your private key from the wallet.dat file, and if so how?
I'm using the Windows client.
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September 14, 2014, 03:20:07 PM
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I need Help with a transaction send from Cryptsy to my wallet. I did delete everything but the .conf and the .dat re-sync but still nothing...

I found Hash: 59a7d0e34b87cc810a81ce32ccdad448e105d70cf497c5d3f6a6f7fa26290915 in stakexplorer.com but is showing "Not yet redeemed"

Can anybody Please Help me?

Thanks in advance.

P.S: Sorry if this was asked already I cant find information about it, the thread is so huge

Go to the OP and Check the information under the Wallet section.  Follow the steps there and let then let us know if that helps.
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September 14, 2014, 03:34:44 PM
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small victory over the build process.
after almost 100 builds today, I finally got a small 3 node network talking to each other. Not really so impressive, but some small differences in the system libraries somehow created build problems. I have one server running ubuntu 13 and this never gave me troubles, but the other two with ubuntu 14 caused strange problems. After getting everything rebuilt, one server was happy and even though I think I got everything all the same, the third server is still having issues.

probably some mismatched system component I am using, but I took a shortcut for now and just copied the binary from the server that made a happy version

things are always slow when dealing with issues not in your own code.

So, it took a while but now I can finally start finding bugs in my own logic.

James

Great news James. Would be fantastic if you and the devs could pull off teleporting before the new year, having a steady and stable flow of teleporting bitcoins. Wow!

I thought a beta is coming in like 1 or 2 weeks?
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September 14, 2014, 03:42:58 PM
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Is it possible to extract your private key from the wallet.dat file, and if so how?
I'm using the Windows client.

open bitcoindark, go to debug console, and type

dumpprivkey <yourAddress>
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September 14, 2014, 03:56:02 PM
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Is it possible to extract your private key from the wallet.dat file, and if so how?
I'm using the Windows client.

open bitcoindark, go to debug console, and type

dumpprivkey <yourAddress>

Perfect, thank you. I just trust private keys more than wallet files...
Also, is there a reason my coins occasionally stake small amounts to addresses that aren't mine? I have only one address; sometimes I guess stuff like (RAUDTE3vYAiHhDXSghfpcvCmrgc5q98r2H), 0.06529909.
Tx id is dbe2a9cd29b980592bb8023fc3e8036c03e6ca624e7049b69870894b32dae39e-000
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September 14, 2014, 03:59:35 PM
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Is it possible to extract your private key from the wallet.dat file, and if so how?
I'm using the Windows client.

open bitcoindark, go to debug console, and type

dumpprivkey <yourAddress>

Perfect, thank you. I just trust private keys more than wallet files...
Also, is there a reason my coins occasionally stake small amounts to addresses that aren't mine? I have only one address; sometimes I guess stuff like (RAUDTE3vYAiHhDXSghfpcvCmrgc5q98r2H), 0.06529909.
Tx id is dbe2a9cd29b980592bb8023fc3e8036c03e6ca624e7049b69870894b32dae39e-000

Sometimes it creates a new address.

Yeah, I have my private keys written down on paper.
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September 14, 2014, 04:38:02 PM
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I did not realize the freedom to receive letters without being monitored is also gone.

It is sad that the USA that for many decades was the beacon of hope for the rest of the world suffering from their own police states, is now one of the most harsh police state of all. Sad

Think. You don't use the US Govt's mail service.  But there are MANY other mailbox options and parcel delivery options.  Many.

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September 14, 2014, 08:01:49 PM
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got the SuperNET API passthru working.
from the commandline you can now go:
./BitcoinDarkd SuperNET '<SuperNET API JSON>'

so the following is the result of a getpeers API call:
./BitcoinDarkd SuperNET '{"requestType":"getpeers"}'

#from server A
{
   "only_privacyServers":   0,
   "num":   2,
   "peers":   [{
         "is_privacyServer":   0,
         "pubNXT":   "2834459742776037913",
         "srvNXTaddr":   "10694781281555936856",
         "srvipaddr":   "209.126.70.170",
         "srvport":   "6777",
         "sent":   0,
         "recv":   0,
         "pubkey":   "36554caadb82fb21e0c4a2a7331d953f620a7cd1456952f0b6c54c6b58000e25"
      }, {
         "is_privacyServer":   0,
         "pubNXT":   "482478496576188177",
         "srvNXTaddr":   "13434315136155299987",
         "srvipaddr":   "209.126.70.159",
         "srvport":   "6777",
         "sent":   0,
         "recv":   0,
         "pubkey":   "d9e1a66c3195b1ded88534af00ba548de7ea6057058cd8ebb5f78a8f5f703a5d"
      }]
}

#from server B
{
   "only_privacyServers":   0,
   "num":   2,
   "peers":   [{
         "is_privacyServer":   0,
         "pubNXT":   "482478496576188177",
         "srvNXTaddr":   "13434315136155299987",
         "srvipaddr":   "209.126.70.159",
         "srvport":   "6777",
         "sent":   0,
         "recv":   0,
         "pubkey":   "d9e1a66c3195b1ded88534af00ba548de7ea6057058cd8ebb5f78a8f5f703a5d"
      }, {
         "is_privacyServer":   0,
         "pubNXT":   "2834459742776037913",
         "srvNXTaddr":   "10694781281555936856",
         "srvipaddr":   "127.0.0.1",
         "srvport":   "6777",
         "sent":   0,
         "recv":   0,
         "pubkey":   "36554caadb82fb21e0c4a2a7331d953f620a7cd1456952f0b6c54c6b58000e25"
      }]
}


Much easier to debug now as before it was just a flood of printouts. Clearly there are some fields with wrong info and the entries for the privacyServer's themselves are missing, but now with visibility and the ability to directly issuer SuperNET API from the command line, things should go faster

James

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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September 14, 2014, 08:18:32 PM
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September 14, 2014, 11:02:40 PM
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Anyone else enjoying these nice cheap coins?  Grin Grin
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September 14, 2014, 11:12:58 PM
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it it.......it's beautiful
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September 14, 2014, 11:38:28 PM
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Anyone else enjoying these nice cheap coins?  Grin Grin

yup! The miners will tomorrow as well.

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September 14, 2014, 11:43:39 PM
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For the visually oriented this really makes the super net vision clear.  When can we expect the complex version?
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September 14, 2014, 11:55:56 PM
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BTCD is now in the TOP 10 marketcap.

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September 15, 2014, 12:12:17 AM
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For the visually oriented this really makes the super net vision clear.  When can we expect the complex version?

https://github.com/jl777/libjl777
just visualize all the code at once
this is fairly complex

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
100+ page annual report for SuperNET
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September 15, 2014, 12:14:33 AM
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BTCD is now in the TOP 10 marketcap.

What're you smoking, crackfoo?

It still looks like BitcoinDark is #11 to me.



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September 15, 2014, 12:18:28 AM
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BTCD is now in the TOP 10 marketcap.

What're you smoking, crackfoo?

It still looks like BitcoinDark is #11 to me.




weird.... mine doesn't show maidsafe???

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September 15, 2014, 12:19:35 AM
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BTCD is now in the TOP 10 marketcap.

What're you smoking, crackfoo?

It still looks like BitcoinDark is #11 to me.




weird.... mine doesn't show maidsafe???
there are 3 top lists, coins, assets and both

http://www.digitalcatallaxy.com/report2015.html
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