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August 03, 2014, 09:47:12 PM
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i'm already using this versiyon. win64_cryptonite-qt_14080303. i'm adding nodes manualy and with config file, but still not conneting. it's saying " downloading headers..." but stil there is not any connetion. the nodes are broken,i think.

That is not new enough version. I specifically replied to your post asking for a new version and said to use 14080315

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August 03, 2014, 09:53:19 PM
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I am still interested in python functions submitting a block to the XCN network - maybe someone figured it out and can give me some hints. I've got the hashing function - i'm just getting rejects when trying to submit a block to the network.

Simple pool is able to submit blocks. Are you submitting through getwork or submitblock?

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August 03, 2014, 09:54:40 PM
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i'm already using this versiyon. win64_cryptonite-qt_14080303. i'm adding nodes manualy and with config file, but still not conneting. it's saying " downloading headers..." but stil there is not any connetion. the nodes are broken,i think.

That is not new enough version. I specifically replied to your post asking for a new version and said to use 14080315

where is that links. I looked into the web site, but I did not see it.

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August 03, 2014, 09:56:06 PM
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i'm already using this versiyon. win64_cryptonite-qt_14080303. i'm adding nodes manualy and with config file, but still not conneting. it's saying " downloading headers..." but stil there is not any connetion. the nodes are broken,i think.

That is not new enough version. I specifically replied to your post asking for a new version and said to use 14080315

where is that links. I looked into the web site, but I did not see it.

all the files are at http://gpile.it/mbc/

I don't have capability to update the website links.

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August 03, 2014, 11:04:52 PM
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Add this node to your .conf

addnode=115.78.135.173:9773       



working for me and i only got my wallet 30mins ago
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August 03, 2014, 11:08:02 PM
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Thats the only node im using mind try wiping the rest
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August 03, 2014, 11:32:49 PM
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@djm34, can't you just use 1GH's pool for whatever it is that you need testing?  Wink
Dunno about which version for testnet though, think you need to ping @catia on IRC, and see if he can put up some testnet nodes for you.
Cheers,
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Grin whatever I am testing isn't ready to work on stratum... (such a pain in the ass this blockheader... )
 what is the IRC channel ?
You could start with our cpuminer, just CUDA-ize scanhash function that already builds the block header.
I am trying... (the code is mostly the same) but it doesn't seem to work.
I can connect, but it doesn't start mining... (is it getwork or gbt ?)

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August 03, 2014, 11:35:13 PM
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@djm34, can't you just use 1GH's pool for whatever it is that you need testing?  Wink
Dunno about which version for testnet though, think you need to ping @catia on IRC, and see if he can put up some testnet nodes for you.
Cheers,
~ Myagui

Grin whatever I am testing isn't ready to work on stratum... (such a pain in the ass this blockheader... )
 what is the IRC channel ?
You could start with our cpuminer, just CUDA-ize scanhash function that already builds the block header.
I am trying... (the code is mostly the same) but it doesn't seem to work.
I can connect, but it doesn't start mining... (is it getwork or gbt ?)
It is stratum-like protocol. Our (1gh) miner works either over it with only our pool so far or over getwork with regular wallet.
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August 04, 2014, 12:04:47 AM
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@djm34, can't you just use 1GH's pool for whatever it is that you need testing?  Wink
Dunno about which version for testnet though, think you need to ping @catia on IRC, and see if he can put up some testnet nodes for you.
Cheers,
~ Myagui

Grin whatever I am testing isn't ready to work on stratum... (such a pain in the ass this blockheader... )
 what is the IRC channel ?
You could start with our cpuminer, just CUDA-ize scanhash function that already builds the block header.
I am trying... (the code is mostly the same) but it doesn't seem to work.
I can connect, but it doesn't start mining... (is it getwork or gbt ?)
It is stratum-like protocol. Our (1gh) miner works either over it with only our pool so far or over getwork with regular wallet.
Apparently, I am getting stuck at the method "mining.notify", nothing happens after, scanhash is not called...

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August 04, 2014, 12:14:52 AM
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Some problems for me.mini-blockchain only download 10000 blocks.




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August 04, 2014, 12:16:24 AM
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Why devs dont test this coin BEFORE launch?
All comments are problems...
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August 04, 2014, 12:21:03 AM
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@djm34, can't you just use 1GH's pool for whatever it is that you need testing?  Wink
Dunno about which version for testnet though, think you need to ping @catia on IRC, and see if he can put up some testnet nodes for you.
Cheers,
~ Myagui

Grin whatever I am testing isn't ready to work on stratum... (such a pain in the ass this blockheader... )
 what is the IRC channel ?
You could start with our cpuminer, just CUDA-ize scanhash function that already builds the block header.
I am trying... (the code is mostly the same) but it doesn't seem to work.
I can connect, but it doesn't start mining... (is it getwork or gbt ?)
It is stratum-like protocol. Our (1gh) miner works either over it with only our pool so far or over getwork with regular wallet.
Apparently, I am getting stuck at the method "mining.notify", nothing happens after, scanhash is not called...
Even if you run an unpatched cpu version?
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August 04, 2014, 12:29:37 AM
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@djm34, can't you just use 1GH's pool for whatever it is that you need testing?  Wink
Dunno about which version for testnet though, think you need to ping @catia on IRC, and see if he can put up some testnet nodes for you.
Cheers,
~ Myagui

Grin whatever I am testing isn't ready to work on stratum... (such a pain in the ass this blockheader... )
 what is the IRC channel ?
You could start with our cpuminer, just CUDA-ize scanhash function that already builds the block header.
I am trying... (the code is mostly the same) but it doesn't seem to work.
I can connect, but it doesn't start mining... (is it getwork or gbt ?)
It is stratum-like protocol. Our (1gh) miner works either over it with only our pool so far or over getwork with regular wallet.
Apparently, I am getting stuck at the method "mining.notify", nothing happens after, scanhash is not called...
Even if you run an unpatched cpu version?
by unpatched, you mean the standard cpuminer ? this one works without problem

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August 04, 2014, 12:44:13 AM
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I´m watching this coin, good concept and very innovative, but i´m concerned about inflation per day, good for miners, bad for investors.

And don´t understand about total supply.
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August 04, 2014, 12:51:59 AM
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Why devs dont test this coin BEFORE launch?
All comments are problems...

As has been noted several times, there was a testing thread where people were welcome to come and help weed out bugs. Some did, most did not. Also note that in about 1000 places it says, "this is experimental software". I am working 16 hour days to make sure you and every wide eyed dreamer can manage to connect without the slightest hiccup or minor difficulty that could result in having to read the OP,  the wiki, or the thread.

Of course all comments are problems, of the 14,000 machines connected to the cryptonite network, how many of those people came here to post useless information like, hey all, just wanted you to know it worked for me.

And please, stop using windows 8.1 everyone, it's a web browser. Cryptonite is not tested to run in web browsers except by people who report it doesn't work.


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August 04, 2014, 01:08:30 AM
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1.8 billion coins? very funny joke

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August 04, 2014, 01:10:07 AM
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1.8 billion coins? very funny joke
Mined over lifetime of the Universe, not as much.
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August 04, 2014, 01:10:43 AM
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Why devs dont test this coin BEFORE launch?
All comments are problems...

As has been noted several times, there was a testing thread where people were welcome to come and help weed out bugs. Some did, most did not. Also note that in about 1000 places it says, "this is experimental software". I am working 16 hour days to make sure you and every wide eyed dreamer can manage to connect without the slightest hiccup or minor difficulty that could result in having to read the OP,  the wiki, or the thread.

Of course all comments are problems, of the 14,000 machines connected to the cryptonite network, how many of those people came here to post useless information like, hey all, just wanted you to know it worked for me.

And please, stop using windows 8.1 everyone, it's a web browser. Cryptonite is not tested to run in web browsers except by people who report it doesn't work.

Just wanted you to know, it worked for me.  Smiley
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August 04, 2014, 01:32:10 AM
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August 04, 2014, 01:39:03 AM
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I'm having some serious issues with the pool so everyone mine on 1gh for now. =/

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