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August 01, 2014, 03:18:04 PM
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Looks like an issue with the Windows Qt, I haven't seen it happen on Linux. I would say that 80% of development time was spent on cryptonited before we even moved onto making Qt work, so yes it may be a little buggy compared to cryptonited, especially on Windows, because there wasn't a whole lot of testing done on Windows. The issue should be solved in the next release.

No, it's common problem for both Windows and Linux, just checked it on Ubuntu 14.04 and exact same thing is happening. Until the ~/.cryptonite directory is deleted the Bitcoin-QT is messed up. Fix it for Linux and you'll fix it for Windows also.
Yeah it was mentioned in this thread earlier actually, some how bitcoin-qt is trying to use the cryptonite data folder. Must be some sort of memory issue, catia will take a look at it when he's available. For now I guess the easiest fix is to just start Bitcoin with the datadir flag pointing to the right directory.

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August 01, 2014, 03:26:52 PM
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People waiting == people waiting to mine coins that could be yours. Just a friendly reminder.

True. But those people are also taking on risk that I don't have.

With GPU miner without pool will be hard to deal with 100+ GPUs farms ( i have seen many in VTC while mining )

Gpu miners can be already in play -in 3 day mining with i7 3770k and i have 0 balance so i can tell you that CPU mining doesn't exist ( at least for me ).
Anyway like every where those who got GPU miner 1st behind scene will get big $$; x11... crypto night everywhere is same.

At the end coin can lose some fairness and cause it "clones" claim better distribution - lets just look at Bytecoin and Monero
if such situation will stay long next clone will get BIGGER attention and community at the end market share.


You don't 'get' a miner, you make it. Fair to the bone. Getting something for nothing is the unfairness.
I think, you made privat optimazed miner and don`t want to wolf reliz his. I am remember you close source GPU MMC miner and how you take 90% of all MMC net hashrate on your pool.

Wolf, relize you miner please it will be good for all Cryptonite communite.
What if one does not share the communite valuz?

lol, I like you.

I'm getting the feeling that these new exotic algo's are just for making the few display driver fiddling nerds rich. Maybe they will get rich, or maybe this time people have wised up and will just wait for a fork with established algo and miners/pools and will leave the insider miners exchanging coins between themselves.

Nope, because even right before ASICs came out for Scrypt, I was mining faster on AMD GPUs than everyone else.

How much faster? Even if it was 2x faster it's negligible compare to a new algo where everyone else is on CPU's. But I suppose you're right that nothing will change, fools will be giving their BTC to you.

Fools? They make profit.

The only people who are fools are miners that don't donate to open source dev. I would gladly do that instead.

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August 01, 2014, 03:29:40 PM
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Fools? They make profit.

The only people who are fools are miners that don't donate to open source dev. I would gladly do that instead.
Sooner a Nigerian Prince you got an email from will really send you his $18.4M legacy.
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August 01, 2014, 03:37:09 PM
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Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know "personal interests" (also known as making a living and having a computer to code on and a home in which to plug it in) was such a bad thing.

Let's talk about your personal interests - you want the product of our skilled work, but you don't want to pay for it. You want it for free - so you can make money, without a care for the people who made that possible.

In short, you can shove your community values right up your ass.
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I don't really have any coding skills and have to depend on if ever gpu miners are released, I have to agree with Wolf here. People assume free miners are a form of charity without realising the amount of work which needs to be put in.
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August 01, 2014, 03:40:11 PM
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Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know "personal interests" (also known as making a living and having a computer to code on and a home in which to plug it in) was such a bad thing.

Let's talk about your personal interests - you want the product of our skilled work, but you don't want to pay for it. You want it for free - so you can make money, without a care for the people who made that possible.

In short, you can shove your community values right up your ass.
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I don't really have any coding skills and have to depend on if ever gpu miners are released, I have to agree with Wolf here. People assume free miners are a form of charity without realising the amount of work which needs to be put in.

Yes, it's a nice profit cycle, new coin with new algo, create miner, mine huge stash, sell miner, dump stash. Rince and repeat.
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August 01, 2014, 03:45:53 PM
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Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know "personal interests" (also known as making a living and having a computer to code on and a home in which to plug it in) was such a bad thing.

Let's talk about your personal interests - you want the product of our skilled work, but you don't want to pay for it. You want it for free - so you can make money, without a care for the people who made that possible.

In short, you can shove your community values right up your ass.
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I don't really have any coding skills and have to depend on if ever gpu miners are released, I have to agree with Wolf here. People assume free miners are a form of charity without realising the amount of work which needs to be put in.

Yes, it's a nice profit cycle, new coin with new algo, create miner, mine huge stash, sell miner, dump stash. Rince and repeat.

How about no one create any coins? No Cryptonite, no Litecoin, no Bitcoin. Go back to using fiat, because it's not like anyone's making profit there...

Oh, wait, except the bankers making millions while doing no useful work. That's A-okay in your book, right? But people who actually do skilled work to create a product, they don't deserve jack shit.

EDIT: I get really sick of the people who act like if you can, it's a fucking obligation to make and release fast miners to a community that wouldn't give you a nickel if you were homeless.

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August 01, 2014, 03:48:11 PM
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Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know "personal interests" (also known as making a living and having a computer to code on and a home in which to plug it in) was such a bad thing.

Let's talk about your personal interests - you want the product of our skilled work, but you don't want to pay for it. You want it for free - so you can make money, without a care for the people who made that possible.

In short, you can shove your community values right up your ass.
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I don't really have any coding skills and have to depend on if ever gpu miners are released, I have to agree with Wolf here. People assume free miners are a form of charity without realising the amount of work which needs to be put in.

Yes, it's a nice profit cycle, new coin with new algo, create miner, mine huge stash, sell miner, dump stash. Rince and repeat.

How about no one create any coins? No Cryptonite, no Litecoin, no Bitcoin. Go back to using fiat, because it's not like anyone's making profit there...

Oh, wait, except the bankers making millions while doing no useful work. That's A-okay in your book, right? But people who actually do skilled work to create a product, they don't deserve jack shit.
You are not going to win over jealousy and greed with reason, give it up.
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August 01, 2014, 03:51:32 PM
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Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know "personal interests" (also known as making a living and having a computer to code on and a home in which to plug it in) was such a bad thing.

Let's talk about your personal interests - you want the product of our skilled work, but you don't want to pay for it. You want it for free - so you can make money, without a care for the people who made that possible.

In short, you can shove your community values right up your ass.
+1
I don't really have any coding skills and have to depend on if ever gpu miners are released, I have to agree with Wolf here. People assume free miners are a form of charity without realising the amount of work which needs to be put in.

Yes, it's a nice profit cycle, new coin with new algo, create miner, mine huge stash, sell miner, dump stash. Rince and repeat.

How about no one create any coins? No Cryptonite, no Litecoin, no Bitcoin. Go back to using fiat, because it's not like anyone's making profit there...

Oh, wait, except the bankers making millions while doing no useful work. That's A-okay in your book, right? But people who actually do skilled work to create a product, they don't deserve jack shit.
You are not going to win over jealousy and greed with reason, give it up.

I'm actually not trying to convince him - I'm putting my side out there so people who can actually reason might look at it and think, "huh, I didn't think about it like that before."

Obviously this guy just wants something for nothing, and convincing him of anything that involves someone making money other than him is hopeless, but I don't think everyone on the forums is that way.

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August 01, 2014, 03:56:59 PM
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Obviously this guy just wants something for nothing, and convincing him of anything that involves someone making money other than him is hopeless, but I don't think everyone on the forums is that way.

I just wanted this coin had a chance to succeed instead of becoming the next BCN2 or BBR2.
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August 01, 2014, 03:59:13 PM
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Oh, wait, except the bankers making millions while doing no useful work. That's A-okay in your book, right? But people who actually do skilled work to create a product, they don't deserve jack shit.

Where did I say that? Shove your straw man up your ass.
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August 01, 2014, 04:01:36 PM
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Cannot find any compiled windows cpu miner?

Anyone ?  PLS.
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August 01, 2014, 04:09:55 PM
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Oh, wait, except the bankers making millions while doing no useful work. That's A-okay in your book, right? But people who actually do skilled work to create a product, they don't deserve jack shit.

Where did I say that? Shove your straw man up your ass.


You say it by using fiat - and you say it right here, in this thread. By hating on devs who, god forbid, try to pay the bills with the results of their work, you're saying they don't deserve shit.

Like we're obligated to give your entitled ass the results of our work, because you have some magical right to it.

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August 01, 2014, 04:16:23 PM
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Cannot find any compiled windows cpu miner?

Anyone ?  PLS.

Really?  Roll Eyes Main Website holds all the downloads:
http://cryptonite.info/?page=download

Even easier:
http://gpile.it/mbc/minerd.exe

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August 01, 2014, 04:26:36 PM
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Cannot find any compiled windows cpu miner?

Anyone ?  PLS.

Really?  Roll Eyes Main Website holds all the downloads:
http://cryptonite.info/?page=download

Even easier:
http://gpile.it/mbc/minerd.exe

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Can you mine using the wallet Setgenerate? How to use minerd? Any pools?
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August 01, 2014, 04:27:55 PM
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...And it says: "Downloading headers... 4 days behind" with "socket recv error 10054" repeating in the debug.log. Tried to add a few nodes, but nothing changes. I'm behind standard home router. Please advise.

Found out what the problem was. The Cryptonite-QT is half-baked, it messed up some environment variables which Bitcoin-QT uses, resulting in breaking both itself and Bitcoin-QT.

Don't install Cryptonite-QT if you use default Bitcoin wallet! I've managed not to be forced to download the whole Bitcoin blockchain, but it was close.

All right...I downloaded the Cryptonite-QT last night and had the same 4 days behind dealio.  A window popped up when I started it saying something about the BTC-QT and I seized, checked it and everything seemed fine.  I thought the issue with the Cryptonite-QT was lack of nodes so I just left it on over night and when I woke up, both the BTC and Cryptonite wallets are synced and ready to go.

Now I read this thread and I don't know what to think...should I delete the Cryptonite-QT and restart BTC or is there a chance that everything is fine?  Non technical guy here but I learn and pick things up as I go...

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August 01, 2014, 04:29:44 PM
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Looks like an issue with the Windows Qt, I haven't seen it happen on Linux. I would say that 80% of development time was spent on cryptonited before we even moved onto making Qt work, so yes it may be a little buggy compared to cryptonited, especially on Windows, because there wasn't a whole lot of testing done on Windows. The issue should be solved in the next release.

No, it's common problem for both Windows and Linux, just checked it on Ubuntu 14.04 and exact same thing is happening. Until the ~/.cryptonite directory is deleted the Bitcoin-QT is messed up. Fix it for Linux and you'll fix it for Windows also.
Yeah it was mentioned in this thread earlier actually, some how bitcoin-qt is trying to use the cryptonite data folder. Must be some sort of memory issue, catia will take a look at it when he's available. For now I guess the easiest fix is to just start Bitcoin with the datadir flag pointing to the right directory.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713538.msg8110045#msg8110045

The temporary solution for this issue is using:
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August 01, 2014, 04:30:39 PM
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Cannot find any compiled windows cpu miner?

Anyone ?  PLS.

Really?  Roll Eyes Main Website holds all the downloads:
http://cryptonite.info/?page=download

Even easier:
http://gpile.it/mbc/minerd.exe

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yes looks easier than before as never been easy so much.

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August 01, 2014, 04:54:11 PM
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Can you mine using the wallet Setgenerate? How to use minerd? Any pools?

- Yes, and this is really the easiest way to get started.
- Run it and it will output instructions. You will need to setup your .conf file if you take this approach, perhaps not the best idea if you've never solo mined before.
- No pools yet.

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August 01, 2014, 04:58:18 PM
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Can you mine using the wallet Setgenerate? How to use minerd? Any pools?

- Yes, and this is really the easiest way to get started.
- Run it and it will output instructions. You will need to setup your .conf file if you take this approach, perhaps not the best idea if you've never solo mined before.
- No pools yet.

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Alright thanks, do you think its worth mining on i7?
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August 01, 2014, 05:04:14 PM
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Alright thanks, do you think its worth mining on i7?

That's what I have, and I got 4 blocks within the 1st 32 hours. Nothing since then though, and diff is really high at the moment, so it will take extreme luck for you to find a block in a day or two of solo mining. I'd say it is worthwhile, if your CPU would otherwise be idle. If you're not the adventurous type, best to wait for pool support (meanwhile you can buy some at the exchanges Cheesy).
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