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August 06, 2014, 08:42:27 PM
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Does anyone have problem to backup wallet trough GUI?
It says that I have successfully made ​​a backup to the desired location, but there is not wallet.dat?

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August 06, 2014, 08:44:01 PM
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You may or may not have a valid point about 32 bit binaries, but leave your racism/nationalism at the door.  The nationality of the developer has nothing to do with the quality of his or her code, just as your own nationality has nothing to do with whether you have a bloody clue about the difficulty of supporting a wide variety of cross-platform and cross-architecture builds when trying to deal with new code and a huge list of "wants" from everybody.

I suspect you don't, but it's not because you're an American, Armenian, Argentinian, or Zimbabwean.  It's because you need to take a deep breath, remember that nobody owes you the software you're running without paying anything for it, and remember that these are real human beings on the other end of the conversation, not anonymous bots posting to a chat forum.

I think that most would understand that by a "chinese hack" I am not implying that his code is inferior due to his nationality as a chinese (rather a hack) but that the market is saturated with chinese willing to write buggy code for a fraction of the price of a real programmer. The phones in both of our pockets have been created by the chinese but the difference is that those are high quality employees working for high quality american companies, not 18 year olds looking to scam on freelancing websites.

It's true that they don't owe me the binaries, and I don't owe not calling them dumbasses for not providing them.

This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Actually, most home computers are 64-bit now. You'd have a hard time buying a 32-bit x86 unless it was off Craigslist or something.

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August 06, 2014, 08:45:12 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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August 06, 2014, 08:52:52 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

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August 06, 2014, 08:54:17 PM
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Damn...miners be dumping this coin like a bad habit..

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August 06, 2014, 08:56:06 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

lol because of no 32bit binaries? Yeah ok bud. So what coins have you crafted?

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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August 06, 2014, 09:03:16 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

I concur with tmbp, although I dislike his style. My point is: Old computers are almost only 32bit machines, right? Think of all the old machines in Africa, Asia, Middle-East, Europa, South and North America, etc. Think of the old machines in schools and universities, in internet coffee shops, non-nerd households etc. Even in modern tablets you have mostly 32bit hardware. 64bit is coming, but honestly, 32bit machines are still out there and, at least, in the millions. It's more than likely that #32bit > #64bit is correct than the other way around, and this will probably last for another couple of years.

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August 06, 2014, 09:08:55 PM
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I concur with tmbp, although I dislike his style. My point is: Old computers are almost only 32bit machines, right? Think of all the old machines in Africa, Asia, Middle-East, Europa, South and North America, etc. Think of the old machines in schools and universities, in internet coffee shops, non-nerd households etc. Even in modern tablets you have mostly 32bit hardware. 64bit is coming, but honestly, 32bit machines are still out there and in the millions. It's more than likely that #32bit > #64bit is correct than the other way around, and this will probably last for another couple of years.



It's not the hardware - the last 32-bit-only desktop CPU released by Intel was the Pentium 4 in 2004.  A little over a decade ago.  Yes, there are some decade-old computers (heck, my desktop at work is 9), but they're not the majority.

It's the software, and that's fairly up in the air.  Most systems are caught up to at least Windows 7 these days, but some folks are still using the 32 bit versions of it.  It's probably more than 50%, but it's also important to remember that the kind of people running XCN *right now* are not normal.  Not by a far margin.  The distribution of 64 bit operating systems is probably WAY higher among the early adopter geek types who're into cryptocurrencies.

This software doesn't run on phones or tablets, so comparisons against that market are misleading.  Netbooks, perhaps, but even the newer Atoms are 64 bit.

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August 06, 2014, 09:11:34 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

You can't even buy a 32-bit computer anymore, and you're trying to argue most actual users use 32-bit. Are you trolling, or just stupid?

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August 06, 2014, 09:22:40 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

You can't even buy a 32-bit computer anymore, and you're trying to argue most actual users use 32-bit. Are you trolling, or just stupid?

http://www.quora.com/Operating-Systems/What-is-the-64-bit-OS-statistics-compare-to-32-bit

Here is the evidence of 64bit being >50%

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August 06, 2014, 09:27:39 PM
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win7 x64 problem:

i had a fresh install of the wallet, started syncing and used the initial address for mining @ 1gh. the wallet got stuck at some "trie" stuff (for over 6h) so I restarted the qt-wallet. Now it says my wallet.dat is corrupted, and can't be repaired. the wallet.dat file is getting renamed and a new one is created. all my mined coins are gone. there are generally a lot of runtime exceptions and messages when operating the wallet.

how can I get my coins back? looks like there is no checkwallet/repairwallet implemented.

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Page 0: metadata page corrupted
Page 0: could not check metadata page
wallet.dat: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 1/3132, past end of log at 1/1076
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment

looks like a critical bug in the QT wallet which kills the wallet.dat

Edit: salvagewallet did not work either
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August 06, 2014, 09:31:13 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

You can't even buy a 32-bit computer anymore, and you're trying to argue most actual users use 32-bit. Are you trolling, or just stupid?

http://www.quora.com/Operating-Systems/What-is-the-64-bit-OS-statistics-compare-to-32-bit

Here is the evidence of 64bit being >50%

Nothing in there says that besides this line:

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According to LeBlanc, 54 percent of worldwide systems run the 32-bit version of Windows 7 compared the 46 percent that opts for Windows 7 x64.

Which was from 2010.

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August 06, 2014, 09:33:51 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

You can't even buy a 32-bit computer anymore, and you're trying to argue most actual users use 32-bit. Are you trolling, or just stupid?

http://www.quora.com/Operating-Systems/What-is-the-64-bit-OS-statistics-compare-to-32-bit

Here is the evidence of 64bit being >50%

Nothing in there says that besides this line:

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According to LeBlanc, 54 percent of worldwide systems run the 32-bit version of Windows 7 compared the 46 percent that opts for Windows 7 x64.

Which was from 2010.

So, what does this graphic say? I must misunderstand.


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August 06, 2014, 09:43:45 PM
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This. Also, the point about 32-bit machines being the most popular is invalid - not because it's not true, but because it doesn't matter. Those machines are phones and ATMs, machines that people don't actually use for this sort of thing.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

Well then you don't know shit and should generally just shut the fuck up.

This is four years old:

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2010/07/08/64-bit-momentum-surges-with-windows-7/

Still no evidence to suggest that more than 50% use 64-bit, even if you take in the flawed momentum data. Haters gonna hate, watch your pump-n-dump floating belly up within 2 months like all the other shitcoins.

You can't even buy a 32-bit computer anymore, and you're trying to argue most actual users use 32-bit. Are you trolling, or just stupid?

http://www.quora.com/Operating-Systems/What-is-the-64-bit-OS-statistics-compare-to-32-bit

Here is the evidence of 64bit being >50%

Nothing in there says that besides this line:

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According to LeBlanc, 54 percent of worldwide systems run the 32-bit version of Windows 7 compared the 46 percent that opts for Windows 7 x64.

Which was from 2010.

So, what does this graphic say? I must misunderstand.



GAMERS. People that run Steam. As in, not representative of everyone else.

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August 06, 2014, 09:45:04 PM
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Started over and grabbed the new updated CudaMiner from git.
Makes now with no issue, but now:

CudaMiner$ ./minerd -a m7 -o stratum+tcp://xcnpool.1gh.com:7333 -u Cmyaddressi -p x -t 1
[2014-08-06 18:36:43] 1 miner threads started, using 'm7' algorithm.
[2014-08-06 18:36:43] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://xcnpool.1gh.com:7333
GPUassert: invalid device symbol cuda_whirlpool512.cu 1428

Going to try removing whirlpool512 and compiling again, I assume -t 1 is correct as I only have a single GPU.

Thanks for the help all, I'll have to run some cards on someone's XCN address when this works for the help =)
the source compiles just for compute 3.5, so it works just for maxwell cards, if you are on kepler edit the makefile and change compute_35 with compute_30

Thanks, I made the change, now when I try any command other than --help, it prompts:
"Try `minerd --help' for more information."

Same command line as above, just remade with Compute 3.0

I should probably give up by now right Tongue ?

Odd. Try -help instead of --help.

EDIT: Oops, read that wrong, ignore this.

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August 06, 2014, 10:12:51 PM
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Jungain, no offense, but you're a fucking retard...

All computers made today are 64 bit, anyone using 32 bit bought their computer more than 5 years ago,

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August 06, 2014, 10:26:15 PM
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Couple of points:
A) Only dumbasses use the newest Windows as they are increasingly falling into the hands of tyrants, the newest Windows for example will only notify you when it's going to shut down for updates with no way to delay the updates (pretty much notifies you halfway through your work I'm shutting down for updates in half an hours and fuck you). Not to mention the shit GUI, the shit performance, the shit security and the shit everything else.
B) 32Bit machines are still the most popular currently.
C) Compiling the GUI on Windows requires installing numerous dependencies and hard configurations, while I am smart enough to do this most other people aren't.

Overall this is the classical "blame it on the one that exposed our stupid behavior" by the shill, if the devs are lacking the common sense to provide 32bit binaries what could you expect from the source except buggy, shitty code written by some chinese hack?

I really like point C. Where you admit it's a lot of work to create these binaries. But wait, your not willing to do it? I wouldn't even have a use for those binaries so why waste my time. So you can use your 5 minute attention span to rail about some problem with it?

Shill, thats good. I write software, must be shill, free code. shill all the way.

I think that most would understand that by a "chinese hack" I am not implying that his code is inferior due to his nationality as a chinese (rather a hack) but that the market is saturated with chinese willing to write buggy code for a fraction of the price of a real programmer. The phones in both of our pockets have been created by the chinese but the difference is that those are high quality employees working for high quality american companies, not 18 year olds looking to scam on freelancing websites.

It's true that they don't owe me the binaries, and I don't owe not calling them dumbasses for not providing them.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

This is border line slander. If you have negative things to say about the quality of my work you best back it up. Free software is not a license for you to complain. The very fact it is provided for free, without warranty of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose gives you no ground to stand on. Free software is also not a license to slander. You cannot come around here saying that peoples work is not worth their wage because your childish wants were not satisfied.

As far as I know, 64bit computers are so cheap people will pay you to take them. I have a whole army of core2duo I got or $20 each. Maybe it's time to upgrade.

If you have some constructive criticism then by all means. This stuff is just horrible though. Grow up.

I will even support general criticism of the coin. Drawing the line here at unsubstantiated personal attacks.
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August 06, 2014, 10:32:30 PM
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LOL no 32bit binaries? Are you f--- kidding me?  Grin

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August 06, 2014, 10:38:02 PM
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Couple of points:
A) Only dumbasses use the newest Windows as they are increasingly falling into the hands of tyrants, the newest Windows for example will only notify you when it's going to shut down for updates with no way to delay the updates (pretty much notifies you halfway through your work I'm shutting down for updates in half an hours and fuck you). Not to mention the shit GUI, the shit performance, the shit security and the shit everything else.
B) 32Bit machines are still the most popular currently.
C) Compiling the GUI on Windows requires installing numerous dependencies and hard configurations, while I am smart enough to do this most other people aren't.

Overall this is the classical "blame it on the one that exposed our stupid behavior" by the shill, if the devs are lacking the common sense to provide 32bit binaries what could you expect from the source except buggy, shitty code written by some chinese hack?

I really like point C. Where you admit it's a lot of work to create these binaries. But wait, your not willing to do it? I wouldn't even have a use for those binaries so why waste my time. So you can use your 5 minute attention span to rail about some problem with it?

Shill, thats good. I write software, must be shill, free code. shill all the way.

I think that most would understand that by a "chinese hack" I am not implying that his code is inferior due to his nationality as a chinese (rather a hack) but that the market is saturated with chinese willing to write buggy code for a fraction of the price of a real programmer. The phones in both of our pockets have been created by the chinese but the difference is that those are high quality employees working for high quality american companies, not 18 year olds looking to scam on freelancing websites.

It's true that they don't owe me the binaries, and I don't owe not calling them dumbasses for not providing them.

As far as I know most home computers are 32-bit as well, but of course you'll make the claim that the kind of tech savvy people that would use cryptocurrencies would all have 64-bit machines right?

This is border line slander. If you have negative things to say about the quality of my work you best back it up. Free software is not a license for you to complain. The very fact it is provided for free, without warranty of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose gives you no ground to stand on. Free software is also not a license to slander. You cannot come around here saying that peoples work is not worth their wage because your childish wants were not satisfied.

As far as I know, 64bit computers are so cheap people will pay you to take them. I have a whole army of core2duo I got or $20 each. Maybe it's time to upgrade.

If you have some constructive criticism then by all means. This stuff is just horrible though. Grow up.






What if I told you I have a Core i7 with a 32bit system and not everyone that buys a processor that supports 64bit will install 64bit? CRAZY RIGHT?!?!?!?!??!?!?

China is strong into crypto now, most of china has 32bit, if you're a dumbass that can't put 1 + 1 together then that doesn't mean I can't call you out on it. Only the elite is smart enough to form opinions and I do well to spread mine. If you don't like it open your own forum and moderate it.

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August 06, 2014, 10:49:18 PM
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lol this coin's still here?

as i already said, re-launch with a real algo and you have a chance of being relevant in a week's time.

at least it's somewhat comforting that the guy who controls 20% of all mining will be eating all those electric costs xD

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