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May 22, 2011, 12:27:30 PM
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I'll try to compile it statically.

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May 22, 2011, 02:18:00 PM
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Okay, installed a fresh copy of 0.3.21, replaced wallet.dat with my old one and let it download the block chain to 125784.

And that transaction is finally showing as confirmed.


Now a separate issue... Could someone make sense of this one for me?

(Sorry, copying text from Transaction Details window still doesn't work in this version either).



This has also been unconfirmed for a long time, and it's not in a block yet (cite blockexplorer.com), but also not listed as unconfirmed on http://bitcoincharts.com/bitcoin/

That site normally lists any unconfirmed transactions that I search for, but not this one.

I'm wondering if somehow a double-spend has occurred and this will be unconfirmed forever. (This wallet balance is 0.00).   ...But how can you tell for sure if that is the case, or if I just need to wait longer for it to show up somewhere?

Thanks very much.


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May 22, 2011, 03:18:52 PM
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This has also been unconfirmed for a long time, and it's not in a block yet (cite blockexplorer.com)
Then it's obviously unconfirmed and may stay unconfirmed forever.

but also not listed as unconfirmed on http://bitcoincharts.com/bitcoin/

That site normally lists any unconfirmed transactions that I search for, but not this one.
AFAIK, that site lists only transactions that network has to pack in next block. If your transaction did not reach the network, you can see it only in your client.
You may wait, but I suspect that client does not resend transactions that are unconfirmed for a long time.
Also you may delete it, rescan the block chain and retry the transaction (make sure that all recent blocks are downloaded and network connection is stable).

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May 22, 2011, 03:39:49 PM
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m0Ray, could you take a look at this for me if you haven't already:

https://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9359.msg135110#msg135110

I guess I may need to delete transactions from the wallet as you suggest.

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May 22, 2011, 07:12:17 PM
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I'm wondering if somehow a double-spend has occurred and this will be unconfirmed forever. (This wallet balance is 0.00).   ...But how can you tell for sure if that is the case, or if I just need to wait longer for it to show up somewhere?

That one is a double-spend. It will never clear.

You can see that the output referenced by your input was already spent here:
http://blockexplorer.com/tx/4a1934adf42ce45201f2c2e6193b852891afda989d959167578f15ec8a2a828e#o0

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May 23, 2011, 12:36:47 AM
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I'm wondering if somehow a double-spend has occurred and this will be unconfirmed forever. (This wallet balance is 0.00).   ...But how can you tell for sure if that is the case, or if I just need to wait longer for it to show up somewhere?
That one is a double-spend. It will never clear.
Is double spend possible in bitcoin? If so, what we all are doing here?

You can see that the output referenced by your input was already spent here:
http://blockexplorer.com/tx/4a1934adf42ce45201f2c2e6193b852891afda989d959167578f15ec8a2a828e#o0
That 20BTC are "Not yet redeemed". So they must be on user's balance, but it is marked as spent only in user's wallet.dat.

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May 23, 2011, 12:42:18 AM
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I'm wondering if somehow a double-spend has occurred and this will be unconfirmed forever. (This wallet balance is 0.00).   ...But how can you tell for sure if that is the case, or if I just need to wait longer for it to show up somewhere?
That one is a double-spend. It will never clear.
Is double spend possible in bitcoin? If so, what we all are doing here?

If it wasn't clear from context, he means that the double-spend failed.

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May 23, 2011, 02:30:17 AM
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Yeah and when I said "a double-spend has occurred", I meant "a double-spend was unwittingly attempted".

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