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September 11, 2017, 03:10:03 PM
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please help ive been searching for answers but have had no luck. I try to open my bitbean wallet but it always says there is an error. it says blkindex.dat error

Make a windows search for "%appdata% to locate the "roaming folder". Inside this folder, you will find
the folder for "bitbean".

Inside this folder, find first the file "wallet.dat". MAKE a copy of this file and save it elsewhere... in tase
this is a back up of your wallet.
Then, DELETE all files of this folder EXCEPT the wallet.dat, and if you have one the .conf file.

Then, find in this thread a recent "bootstrap file" and install it INSIDE this folder.
Unzip it to have the files directly in this folder.

Now, restart your wallet. It will start to sync and all should be fine for your wallet.

Hope my guidance is clear ;-)

                                 
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September 16, 2017, 09:35:47 AM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

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September 16, 2017, 12:28:31 PM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network
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September 17, 2017, 11:45:33 PM
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How do you do port forwarding on the router?
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September 18, 2017, 06:44:53 AM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?

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September 18, 2017, 10:31:50 AM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?

You need to read your routers documentation, but, generally, if you log into your routers interface, you should find a section about 'forwarding' (some routers list it under 'gaming' or 'ports').

  • Enter 22460 in the section(s) (some routers have 2 places to enter this number for internal (local network) and external (internet) ports) for which port to open.
  • Set TCP for the type of port ('BOTH' or 'ALL' will work as well but not necessary).
  • Save and close...
 
That's it!

You are correct the .conf file is no longer needed, because of the DNS seeder nodes.  However, a few 'addnode=' statements in a .conf file may speed up locating initial connections.  I am still studying this, so I am not saying conclusively that it helps, but it seems to in some situations.

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September 18, 2017, 08:54:37 PM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?
You can find all information you need at this site.
https://portforward.com/networking/static-ip-windows-10.htm
Btw, you don't have to set a static address for your local computer.
Just assign an ip address from somewhere in your router - Lan - DHCP.
Also make sure to allow traffic from your security software.

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September 19, 2017, 03:20:24 AM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?
You can find all information you need at this site.
https://portforward.com/networking/static-ip-windows-10.htm
Btw, you don't have to set a static address for your local computer.
Just assign an ip address from somewhere in your router - Lan - DHCP.
Also make sure to allow traffic from your security software.

NOTE:  The given information here is only valid for Windows 10, but is good information to know. 

Leave it to Microsoft to complicate something as simple as a port forward!!  Roll Eyes

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September 20, 2017, 11:06:19 AM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?
You can find all information you need at this site.
https://portforward.com/networking/static-ip-windows-10.htm
Btw, you don't have to set a static address for your local computer.
Just assign an ip address from somewhere in your router - Lan - DHCP.
Also make sure to allow traffic from your security software.

NOTE:  The given information here is only valid for Windows 10, but is good information to know. 

Leave it to Microsoft to complicate something as simple as a port forward!!  Roll Eyes
Guys what is good weight to start staking now? 100k will be ok to get stake in... let say 10 days?
How much beans should i have to get stakes everyday?

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September 20, 2017, 01:31:21 PM
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?
You can find all information you need at this site.
https://portforward.com/networking/static-ip-windows-10.htm
Btw, you don't have to set a static address for your local computer.
Just assign an ip address from somewhere in your router - Lan - DHCP.
Also make sure to allow traffic from your security software.

NOTE:  The given information here is only valid for Windows 10, but is good information to know. 

Leave it to Microsoft to complicate something as simple as a port forward!!  Roll Eyes
Guys what is good weight to start staking now? 100k will be ok to get stake in... let say 10 days?
How much beans should i have to get stakes everyday?
With 150k Beans you can get up to 3000 per Week for example https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/address.dws?2aTQrMzQh7VN57uJowNLaR6xVjSz5258mU.htm
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September 21, 2017, 06:35:18 PM
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i had 550000 and it sprouted twice in 8 days so i guess i was unlucky people will say but i think you will need 1 or 2 million to do some sprouting

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September 22, 2017, 02:10:00 AM
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i had 550000 and it sprouted twice in 8 days so i guess i was unlucky people will say but i think you will need 1 or 2 million to do some sprouting

Hum, I am surprised because I have less than 500K and I am sprouting once every day on average.
for months and months

Just that my coins are old and my wallet is open 24/7

                                 
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September 24, 2017, 09:49:22 PM
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Hi, How can a recover my wallet? I use Fedora and I have the file "NAME-bkup".
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Hi, How can a recover my wallet? I use Fedora and I have the file "NAME-bkup".
Make sure to back up the (supposedly) invalid wallet file, then run the client's recovery mode. That way, you can always go back to the starting point again.
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I have a question about my active connections, a few week ago my active connections was over 20 and now i only have 9 active connection to the network. Why my active connections go down when i leave my wallet open 24/7 and not shut down my computer? do i need to do anything to get my connections back up?

Check your router for port forwarding.
And if you are using Bitcoin.conf to list the nodes for connections update it using the actual node list from https://chainz.cryptoid.info/bitb/#!network


Thank you for the help but i not know how to do this port forwarding with my router. What i must do to set this up and get more connections to the bitbean network because i not have a .conf file in my bitbean app data roaming file. i thought we not need this .conf file any more with bitbean?
You can find all information you need at this site.
https://portforward.com/networking/static-ip-windows-10.htm
Btw, you don't have to set a static address for your local computer.
Just assign an ip address from somewhere in your router - Lan - DHCP.
Also make sure to allow traffic from your security software.

NOTE:  The given information here is only valid for Windows 10, but is good information to know. 

Leave it to Microsoft to complicate something as simple as a port forward!!  Roll Eyes

My Wallet is not connect. (0 active connection to BitBean network)

How to solve?
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Today at 02:47:20 AM
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A brief status update on the DNS Seeder issue:  

If you are running a new Wallet/Node on the network recently, you may be experiencing issues with syncing and connecting. If this is the case for you, please follow the instructions in detail on our downloads page (http://www.bitbean.org/downloads.html) on how to setup a BitBean.conf and add nodes. Bitbeaner has tracked down the problem. There is a bug in the Intel driver for the eth0 interfaces on our DNS Seeder servers. A patch/fix is being implemented and the servers should be fully operational again within 24hrs. In addition to this patch/fix, Bean Core will be bringing a 3rd. DNS Seeder server on-line to provide more redundancy/fault tolerance to the Bean network.  

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Today at 02:53:32 AM
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A brief status update on the DNS Seeder issue:  If you are running a new Wallet/Node on the network recently, you may be experiencing issues with syncing and connecting. If this is the case for you, please follow the instructions in detail on our downloads page (http://www.bitbean.org/downloads.html) on how to setup a BitBean.conf and add nodes. Bitbeaner has tracked down the problem. There is a bug in the Intel driver for the eth0 interfaces on our DNS Seeder servers. A patch/fix is being implemented and the servers should be fully operational again within 24hrs. In addition to this patch/fix, Bean Core will be bringing a 3rd. DNS Seeder server on-line to provide more redundancy/fault tolerance to the Bean network.  

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