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August 11, 2014, 05:49:57 PM
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selling 19,999 Burst for 0.4 btc. PM

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August 11, 2014, 05:52:56 PM
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This is meant as a quick start guide for those having issues with setting their system up on windows. This might be useful for those not familiar with the NXT platform...

First download this:
Wallet: https://mega.co.nz/#!ml4RTKBR!8g0-7RNjkIowgIJuhu-GHLXJRkKRxBlGh_tkbI4Sar4

Next download this:
POCMiner: https://mega.co.nz/#!b0pzHajA!ERk068l5NS6kR7zdLdTgltqyPw3Z60lwAWvgXtNQNTk

And lastly, ensure that you have the latest Java downloaded onto your PC. It seems as though incorrect java versions and correct java installation were the main causes of 50% of the problems listed in the beginning pages.

Step 1: Extract everything to the root of the drive you want to use (ie. the main driver directory). You should wind up with everything from the pocminer_v1 folder showing in the root directory, and with the Burst_1.0.0 folder in the root directory (containing the wallet program).
***you cannot extract this file to the root along with the miner, as they both contain files with the same names, and they will overwrite one or the other. Just leave the wallet in its own folder***

Step 2: Type a PASSWORD of your choosing into the passphrase text doc and save it.

Step 3: If using windows, replace the first word "java" in each of the .bat files with "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java" and "save as" each of them as .bat files again.

Example for the run_generate .bat file:
Original; java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate %*

modified: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate %*

Step 3a: Many of the values in the original .bat files were causing issues for my computer, so I changed the -Xmx4000m (or whatever your # was) to a lower value like 1000 or 500 (ie. -Xmx1000m) and it began working. This will be entirely system dependent, and is like tweaking a normal miner's settings to find what works best.

Step 4: Double click the run_dump_address .bat file

Step 5: check the address .txt file and retrieve your your account #

Example for address is:
Found address: *whateverpassyouentered* -> *youraccount#*

Step 6: Copy your account number and paste it into the run_generate .bat file along with your plot description and how many threads you wish to use. plottostartwith=0 or 1 / plottoendwith=800000 (for every 200 Gig section)

Example for this is:
C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate *youraccount#* *plot#tostartwith* *plot#toendwith* 1000 4

Step 7: Double click the run_generate .bat file and a command window should open, and you should see the computer begin to start creating plots, beginning with whatever you specified in your file.
*THIS TAKES A LONG TIME* (you can still start mining while creating plots, but don't expect your chances to be high within the first 8-10 hrs. It also took me personally about 8 hrs to plot my first 200 Gig section, so go watch a movie or get a bite to eat when this guide is done)

Step 8: Double click the run .bat and it will open briefly and then close.

Step 9: Open the Burst_1.0.0 folder and Double click the run .bat file there and let it install

Step 10: double click the Burst_Wallet internet shortcut file

Step 11: enter your password (which is the one you entered into the passphrase text file earlier). This should open your account "front end" gui.

Step 12: Go back to the root directory and double click the run_mine .bat file.

At this point you should have a total of 3 command line windows open...your computer should be generating plots in one command window, have initialized the Burst server and come to the nxt.apiServerEnforcePOST="true" line in another, and yet a thrid command window should be displaying your mining. The mining will repeatedly generate lines such as:

{"height":"2","generationSignature":"c26ef60f51aa5fc6225a481f08e51903085067a8a7d
558f94712d702f2a67bb4"}
{"height":"3","generationSignature":"a62b500a5dfc7f5e614fcf4917d83ffccd01e9c9643
d7d0e982c75043d27baff"}
Error reading file: 10818239041755946932_1_800000_500
{"height":"3","generationSignature":"a62b500a5dfc7f5e614fcf4917d83ffccd01e9c9643
d7d0e982c75043d27baff"}
{"height":"3","generationSignature":"a62b500a5dfc7f5e614fcf4917d83ffccd01e9c9643
d7d0e982c75043d27baff"}
New best: 10818239041755946932:160093
Submitting share
{"result":"deadline: 508"}

This is good, and it means YOU ARE NOW MINING. The "deadline" is a measurement of seconds until you may generate a block (provided no one else has already generated one). Yes, it is a bit of a race, but as your plot # increases, so do your chances of hitting/solving a block. I believe you can compare the size of your plot to what would be your hashrate if mining a normal scrypt coin.

Any other issues with a single step can be analyzed by typing "pause" on a seperate line in any of the .bat files, which will give you time to read and post whatever error you are experiencing.

If there is anything I left out feel free to let me know or just add to this. Donations to BURST-H2ZW-3H4D-RJBS-FCVGV
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August 11, 2014, 06:10:17 PM
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hi there
this is way too complicated!! i tried to run things like you said in readme file but nothing happened!!
can you please tell me if these .bat files are ssuported in win 8 command prompt because it seems it is not allowing them to run!!
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August 11, 2014, 06:12:03 PM
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hi there
this is way too complicated!! i tried to run things like you said in readme file but nothing happened!!
can you please tell me if these .bat files are ssuported in win 8 command prompt because it seems it is not allowing them to run!!
Go to more info and run anyway  Wink


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August 11, 2014, 06:18:48 PM
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hi there
this is way too complicated!! i tried to run things like you said in readme file but nothing happened!!
can you please tell me if these .bat files are ssuported in win 8 command prompt because it seems it is not allowing them to run!!

do you have java 7 installed, and its set on your path?
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August 11, 2014, 06:22:07 PM
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What about near future of this wonderful fair coin ... does the dev have any Plans?
Following points should be solved as soon as possible in my eyes ...
- BURST needs Pool/s as soon as possible ... for better distribution/mining feedback ...
- BURST needs a logo ... maybe organize a competition ...
- BURST needs Promotion ... like givaways, webpage etc.
- BURST needs Exchange/s ...
- maybe BURST needs a TOOL to help setting it up without problem with concrete error messages or at least a FAQ
- to be continued ...
I'm sure the community is willig to help the dev in some of these points ... but we need to know if the help is wanted ...

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August 11, 2014, 06:24:12 PM
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What about near future of this wonderful fair coin ... does the dev have any Plans?
Following points should be solved as soon as possible in my eyes ...
- BURST needs Pool/s as soon as possible ... for better distribution/mining feedback ...
- BURST needs a logo ... maybe organize a competition ...
- BURST needs Promotion ... like givaways, webpage etc.
- BURST needs Exchange/s ...
- maybe BURST needs a TOOL to help setting it up without problem with concrete error messages or at least a FAQ
- to be continued ...
I'm sure the community is willig to help the dev in some of these points ... but we need to know if the help is wanted ...


yeah its still long way to go, anyway bitcoin running its first 2 years without logo and exchange
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August 11, 2014, 06:30:07 PM
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Selling 10k @ 0.2 BTC and 30k @ 0.55 BTC or best offer...
10,000 Burst for 0.2 BTC
30,000 Burst for 0.55 BTC
60,000 Burst for 1 BTC

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[ Ubuntu Based Linux / Desktop and Server ]

 First of all, make sure you have java runtime environment installed onto your machine, todo this, press Ctrl+t or right click -> open terminal to open a terminal in gui, or if you're in server, you have ssh'd there
 so no need to open a terminal... lol
 
 then execute the following : java -version
 if it spits out something simular :
  "java version "1.8.0_11"
   Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_11-b12)
   Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.11-b03, mixed mode)"
  
 then you have java installed, if not then you can get it from here :

 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html

 the file ending with .tar.gz is the one you need, just grab the appropriate cpu size (32 /64) for your machine.
 once the file is downloaded, find out where it downloaded to and open the folder,
 
 now to unpack and install java, simply go back to the terminal, make sure it is open in the same folder as your downloaded java.tar.gz file and do the following to extract :
 
  
Code:
tar xvzf jre-8*.tar.gz -C /tmp/

 then login as root / super user :
 
  
Code:
sudo su

 then check for jvm dir, if not create it :
 
  
Code:
if [ ! -d '/usr/lib/jvm' ]; then mkdir /usr/lib/jvm; fi

 move the extracted jre to the lib folder :
 
  
Code:
mv /tmp/jre1.8* /usr/lib/jvm/

 then update the folder paths :
 
  
Code:
 update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /usr/lib/jvm/jre1.8*/bin/java 1065
  update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/javaws javaws /usr/lib/jvm/jre1.8*/bin/javaws 1065
  
 
 Then exit root, and finally execute :
 
  
Code:
update-alternatives --config java

 now, execute the command "java -version" and it should spit out the jre info (above).
 
 now that that is all done, change the directory of the terminal to the pocminer_v1 folder ([ Devices ] bottom)
 
  
Code:
cd /path/to/pocminer_v1/

 edit your passphrase in passphrase.txt via nano :
 
  
Code:
nano passphrase.txt

 and fill this with a long, random password (greater than 32 characters, as this is your wallet / account private key), press ctrl + x then y to save it.
 
 then run the following :
 
  
Code:
sh run_dump_address.sh

 it will create a file called address.txt in the pocminer_v1 folder in the following format :

 
Code:
Found address: PRIVATE_KEY -> ACCOUNT_ID

 all you need for now is the account id number, no "->" and no private key, just copy the account id and then type the following into
 cmd to start the plot generation : (goto [ Info ] at the bottom, for a explanation of the parameters. )

  
Code:
sh run_generate.sh ACCOUNT_ID <start_plot> <total_num_plots> <staggnation> <cpu_threads>

 now this will start to generate your plots, in the mean time you can start mining, to do so you need to setup the wallet,
 where ever you have extracted the wallet to,
 
  
Code:
cd /path/to/burst_1.0.0/

 then proceed to edit the config:
 
  
Code:
nano conf/nxt-default.properties

 find this setting "nxt.myAddress=", change it to your external ip address (get it from http://ipchicken.com), so it should end up like so :

 
Code:
nxt.myAddress=192.168.0.1:8123

 Where 192.168.0.1 is, is your external ip, once changed, save it and then run :
 
  
Code:
sh run.sh

 then open a web browser, goto "http://127.0.0.1:8125" and it should show the burst login page, to login, use the passphrase you set in "pocminer_v1/passphrase.txt".
 
 open another terminal, change the path to your miner folder, simply start mining via executing the following in cmd :

  
Code:
 cd /path/to/pocminer_v1/
  sh run_mine.sh
  

 it should start mining with a output simular to :

 
Code:
{"generationSignature":"0dafa8c3c6d967a5c9bff12f26c46a64bf6bcf30d0f0044b4bb3a078bfc281c0","height":"246"}
 Error reading file: ACCOUNT_ID_20000_40000_500
 {"generationSignature":"0dafa8c3c6d967a5c9bff12f26c46a64bf6bcf30d0f0044b4bb3a078bfc281c0","height":"246"}
 {"generationSignature":"0dafa8c3c6d967a5c9bff12f26c46a64bf6bcf30d0f0044b4bb3a078bfc281c0","height":"246"}
 New best: ACCOUNT_ID:19251
 Submitting share
 {"result":"deadline: 31774"}
 {"generationSignature":"0dafa8c3c6d967a5c9bff12f26c46a64bf6bcf30d0f0044b4bb3a078bfc281c0","height":"246"}
 {"generationSignature":"0dafa8c3c6d967a5c9bff12f26c46a64bf6bcf30d0f0044b4bb3a078bfc281c0","height":"246"}
 ......
 

as long as you see "New best: ACCOUNT_ID:19251 / Submitting share", it means you are mining, just let it run, read the bottom [ Info ] for more info on the values.

[ Devices ]
Now depending on where you wish to have your plots, its rather simple if you want them on your usb drive then make sure your usb is plugged in and
you have extracted the "pocminer_v1" folder to the device, if you would rather place on your hdd then no problems, just make sure you know where you
have extracted the folder.

Examples :
 
Code:
/home/hect0r/Desktop/pocminer_v1 === internal usb hdd.
 /media/USB_UUID/pocminer_v1 === external usb hdd / stick.
 

 Or simply making a partition and mount it, then use that said path.

[ Info ]
ACCOUNT_ID : is the ending number in the address.txt file, once you have filled out passphrase and ran run_dump_address.
start_plot_num : is the starting plot, every plot file you make, just start the plot from the previous generate run start_plot + num_plots.
total_num_plots : is the number of plots you wish to generate, each plot is 256kb.
staggnation : is the number of plots to group together per run, which causes less disk reads / seeks the higher it is, the lower the more disk reads/ seeks. the maximum is 8191.
num_cpu_threads : no need to explain this..
deadline :

...
The "deadline" is a measurement of seconds until you may generate a block (provided no one else has already generated one). Yes, it is a bit of a race, but as your plot # increases, so do your chances of hitting/solving a block. I believe you can compare the size of your plot to what would be your hashrate if mining a normal scrypt coin.
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August 11, 2014, 07:06:38 PM
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Does not create a number of purse. File address.txt is 0 KB
From what I did... I had to make sure the folder was extracted to the root of the drive I was using.

I had to type a random password into the passphrases text file and save it

I had to edit all the .bat file and replace java for C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java

Then I had to run my run_dump_address by double clicking it, and then check my address text file for my address that was created...

I had to lower my Xmx*value* in the generate.bat file to 1000

and finally I had to replace the entire line after "-cp" with:
-cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate *youraddress* 0 800000 500 7

Then I had to run the generate file from the command prompt, while remembering to change the directory to  my D: drive because thats where the folders are...

Hope that helps...

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August 11, 2014, 07:09:40 PM
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Hi Guys

This might be a stupid question, but where do I see my burst wallet address?
I only see 15462238099229249965 in the online wallet...

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Hi Guys

This might be a stupid question, but where do I see my burst wallet address?
I only see 15462238099229249965 in the online wallet...

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when in the wallet, have the nav bar open, you see the account id, above is the burst logo, and your name or "no name set" click on the id, a drop down appears and it should say "Copy Account ID && Copy Numeric Account ID"

the first option Smiley

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Hi Guys

This might be a stupid question, but where do I see my burst wallet address?
I only see 15462238099229249965 in the online wallet...

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when in the wallet, have the nav bar open, you see the account id, above is the burst logo, and your name or "no name set" click on the id, a drop down appears and it should say "Copy Account ID && Copy Numeric Account ID"

the first option Smiley
or go to 127.0.0.1:8125 (localhost:8125) and log in with your password you generate, you ll see your burst address there  Smiley


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Ok, thank you!
So this should be my wallet address:BURST-66FF-N5WK-2F5T-F997F
Now, lets find a block ;-)

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Hi Guys

This might be a stupid question, but where do I see my burst wallet address?
I only see 15462238099229249965 in the online wallet...

Regards

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when in the wallet, have the nav bar open, you see the account id, above is the burst logo, and your name or "no name set" click on the id, a drop down appears and it should say "Copy Account ID && Copy Numeric Account ID"

the first option Smiley
or go to 127.0.0.1:8125 (localhost:8125) and log in with your password you generate, you ll see your burst address there  Smiley

15462238099229249965 is the account id / address, however clicking on it and "Copy Account ID" gives you the "BURST_xxxxxxxxxxxx"

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Selling 10k BURST for .2 BTC and I will provide Ubuntu/Linux Installation!

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Selling 10k BURST for .2 BTC and I will provide Ubuntu/Linux Installation!

already got the Ubuntu based installation out the way here : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg8299637#msg8299637

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how much maximum size of disk space i needed?
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What happens when your HDD is full?
Can you still continue mining?

And if so, what's the difference between someone with a 4TB (full) HDD and a 500TB (full) HDD?

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how much maximum size of disk space i needed?
If you have more space, you can plot more data, and chances of finding more blocks.. this coin is all about hard disk storage so no maximum, get some TBs hard disk, good for you  Smiley


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