Problems Communicating With Bitcoin Rpc – stone31nickel

complete newbie: "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2" ?

i saw somewhere that the bitcoin client needs to download all blocks before i can start mining.. is this possibly the reason i'm getting this error right now, while the client is still retrieving blocks?
i can't seem to find a definitive answer anywhere else.
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Consistently getting the "Problem communicating with bitcoin RPC" error. Any suggestions?

I've tried a few different clients, but I always get the same sort of error. I know someone posted a day ago that had the same problem, but his solution didn't work for me. I've looked around the net for awhile for a solution, but nothing seems to fix it.
For simplicity's sake, I'll just describe my GUIMiner setup:
Server: Other
Website: n/a
Host: mtred.com
Port: 8337
Username: [username registered on mtred.com]
Password: [password for registered username on mtred.com]
Device: [0-0] ATI RV770 (it's an ATI 4870)
Extra flags: (nothing)
I've added the computer running the miner to my router's DMZ (running dd-wrt) so port access shouldn't be a problem. Anyone have any suggestions?
EDIT: Also, my firewall is disabled. Added "bitcoin.exe.", "guiminer.exe", and "poclbm.exe" to my Microsoft Security Essentials list of excluded processes. Still no dice :(
EDIT 2: Rawlsdeep solved my problem. I needed to create a worker on mtred.com and use my worker's credentials as my username and password for my mining program. Hopefully this will help someone else later on!
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"Problems communicating with Bitcoin RPC" even while mining?

I can't figure out what is going on. I am mining, and submitting shares, but even though I have the same hash rate, I'm submitting shares at a much slower rate than on other pools. I'd prefer to use MTRed, but unless I can get this solved I'm not sure I will.
So I was watching the miner, and where it shows a live stat of my hash count it will sometimes flash the text "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" and then continue mining. Everything I find on that error seems to be about not being able to connect at all, but I can connect and mine, just not as efficiently as I should be able to.
Here is the command I'm running (Win 7):
poclbm.exe --platform 1 -d 1 -v -w 128 -f 60 -a 15 --user=username --pass=pass -o mtred.com -p 8337 
I also tried this, which gives me a higher hashrate so I'd like to figure out why so I can keep mining at that rate, but frequent "long polls" and still gives the RPC error:
poclbm.exe --platform 1 -d 1 --user=username --pass=pass -o mtred.com -p 8337
Any help is greatly appreciated!
EDIT: It sounds like it is a known issue. Any ideas on the long polling? Is that even a problem?
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/r/BicoinMining - Noob Question - XKCD Bitcoin Problems Communicating with Bitcoin rpc

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Problem communicating with bitcoin rpc?

I am using guiminer trying to mine for a coinotron pool and I am getting that error. Someone posted before that you need to put your worker name and password? How does that differ from your coinotron account and password?
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MtRed: Permanent "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC"

Problem solved, I didn't create a worker. Whoops
Just signed up today and I'm unable to get poclbm to connect on two different systems. I did talk to some folks on IRC but nothing was resolved.
What I've tried:
  1. Two systems both running Win 7 64bit
  2. Using the IP or Host URL
  3. Running the batch file as administrator (UAC is disabled on both systems)
  4. Set poclbm.exe to run as administartor.
  5. Accessing http://mtred.com:8337/ with my brower (connects and asks me to login)
  6. Temporarly forwarding port 8337 on my router.
  7. Ran a server on one system and tried to connect to it via my other system. This worked
  8. Signed up to deepbit and tried to connect to their host. This worked.
My batch file with username and password removed:
start /DC:\bitcoin\poclbm_py2exe_20110428 poclbm.exe --host=69.172.229.136 --port=8337 --user=USER --pass=PASSWORD --device=0 
Any suggestions would be great.
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Is MtRed Down?

I am current getting a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2 2, 1 2, 0 2
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I cannot get connected to MtRed. Any ideas?

8337 is forwarded. Using "http://MtRed.com" as host. Even have my PC in the DMZ but cannot get rid of the "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error.
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First time trying mtred, and I get this..

2011-06-23 16:15:36: Listener for "Default": 23/06/2011 16:15:36, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Any ideas on how to fix it so I can mine with redditors? (using GUIminer for this)
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Help with getting GUIMiner working on MtRed

Simple question. I use GUIMiner with slush's pool, with my extra flags set to "-s0.006" which is used to adjust how often the video card sleeps to keep it cool.
I've created my account and a worker on Mtred. I created a new OpenCL miner, chose "Other" as the server and put in mtred.com as the host. I put in my Username as "name.workername" and password is the worker password. When I start mining it says "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC".
Can someone tell where I'm falling short? I'm sure its a newbie mistake.
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New to bitcoin mining, just joined MTRED

Hi guys, i just joined MTRED and started to mine.. I use GUIminer atm, when i look at my console i just see
"2012-02-24 18:15:06: Listener for "yaoyao": mine.mtred.com:8337 24/02/2012 18:15:06, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2 2012-02-24 18:16:02: Listener for "yaoyao": mine.mtred.com:8337 24/02/2012 18:16:02, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2 2012-02-24 18:16:59: Listener for "yaoyao": mine.mtred.com:8337 24/02/2012 18:16:59, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2"
all the time. Whats happening, also on www.mtred.com it says my worker has 0 mhs or offline.. Why is this, help please and thanks for great pool :)
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I'm getting 0 shares accepted from GUIminer

I'm new to this mining thing. I'm pretty sure I have guiminer set up correctly, but I'm still getting 0 shares. It was working for a little bit before I reformatted my computer, but now it gives me an error and 0 shares. I'm still getting ~250+Mhash. Help please?
2012-02-06 00:11:25: Running command: poclbm.exe username:[email protected]:8337 --device=0 --platform=0 --verbose -v -w128
2012-02-06 00:04:56: Listener for "Default": us.mtred.com:8337 06/02/2012 00:04:56, Unexpected error: 2012-02-06 00:04:57: Listener for "Default": us.mtred.com:8337 06/02/2012 00:04:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2
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RPC problems

im having trouble connecting solo or any servers
2011-07-14 16:30:40: Listener for "Untitled": 14/07/2011 16:30:40, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2 2011-07-14 16:30:43: Listener for "Untitled": 14/07/2011 16:30:43, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 1 2 2011-07-14 16:30:46: Listener for "Untitled": 14/07/2011 16:30:46, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2 2 2011-07-14 16:30:49: Listener for "Untitled": 14/07/2011 16:30:49, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 3 2
EDIT: solved, i had to download guiminer version 2011-04-03
i was using the newest and the one before that i tried this older one and it works now
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Did MtRed just go down?

After mining for a few hours with no problem, I'm suddenly getting a ton of " upstream RPC error" and "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC". I can connect to Deepbit just fine. Something explode? Someone trip over a cable?
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First time trying the reddit pool, but this happens

2011-06-23 16:15:36: Listener for "Default": 23/06/2011 16:15:36, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Any ideas on how to fix it so I can mine with redditors?
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What does this error message in GUIMiner mean?

Windows 7, The error messages are as follows:
2012-03-01 20:50:59: Listener for "Silent Video Card": eu.triplemining.com:8344 01/03/2012 20:50:59, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2
2012-03-01 20:51:00: Listener for "Silent Video Card": eu.triplemining.com:8344 01/03/2012 20:51:00, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 1 2
2012-03-01 20:51:07: Listener for "Silent Video Card": eu.triplemining.com:8344 01/03/2012 20:51:07, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2 2
2012-03-01 20:51:11: Listener for "Silent Video Card": eu.triplemining.com:8344 01/03/2012 20:51:11, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 3 2
2012-03-01 20:51:11: Listener for "Silent Video Card": eu.triplemining.com:8344 01/03/2012 20:51:11, No more backup pools left. Using primary and starting over.
Tried Google, got nothing. Thanks!
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Help setting up GUIMiner

So I'm new to the scene and wanted to try out mining. I'm trying GUIMiner on Windows, and I'm not sure that its working. Here is what the log looks like:
2011-06-24 00:28:01: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:28:01, long poll: new block 0000047bd6482367 2011-06-24 00:29:08: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:29:08, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:30:00: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:30:00, long poll: new block 00000be9dedbe04d 2011-06-24 00:30:11: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:30:11, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:31:09: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:31:09, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:32:06: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:32:06, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:33:03: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:33:03, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:33:05: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:33:05, long poll: new block 000004e2357cd0b5 2011-06-24 00:34:00: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:34:00, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:34:57: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:34:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:35:54: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:35:54, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:36:50: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:36:50, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:37:47: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:37:47, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:38:45: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:38:45, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:39:43: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:39:43, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:40:40: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:40:40, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 2011-06-24 00:41:37: Listener for "Default": 24/06/2011 00:41:37, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
http://i.imgur.com/S7Y3A.jpg
halp
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Cannot connect to Bitcoin RPC

I'd really appreciate some help, I'm running amd64 debian squeeze and I've downloaded the bitcoin client, poclbm, and phoenix. I'm trying to pool mine at https://eclipsemc.com/ and I've used "./poclbm.py -u -p --host=http://us.eclipsemc.com --port=8337 -d 0" which returns "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC". I also tried "./phoenix.py -u http://:@us.eclipsemc.com:8337 DEVICE=0" and that returns [16/06/2011 17:43:44] Phoenix r101 starting... [16/06/2011 17:43:44] Failed to connect, retrying..." Obviously I've added in my user and password.
Here are the two devices I can use:
[0] AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 955 Processor [1] ATI RV730
And here is my lspci -v:
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV730XT [Radeon >HD 4670] (prog-if 00 [VGA controller]) Subsystem: Hightech Information System Ltd. Device 2009 Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 28 Memory at d0000000 (64-bit, prefetchable) [size=256M] Memory at fe9e0000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=64K] I/O ports at c000 [size=256] Expansion ROM at fe9c0000 [disabled] [size=128K] Capabilities: Kernel driver in use: fglrx_pci
If anyone can shine some light on the subject or just guide me in the right direction that would be great, thanks.
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Can someone help me?

My GUIMiner was working fine for about 2 days. I shut down computer and now when i start it back up it won't mine. When i hit start mining it says: Problems communication with bitcoin RPC and No more backup pools left. Using primary and starting over.
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20191005(Market index 31 — Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20191005(Market index 31 — Fear state)

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Weekly Dev Update #20

THORChain Weekly Dev Update for Week 03–09 Dec 2019

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Overview

The team believe the current bottleneck to THORChain’s decentralisation is the number of nodes that can participate in a single TSS signing ceremony. As the number of participants grows, the complexity becomes exponential. This is in part because THORChain uses a TSS scheme that has no trusted dealer, which is a non-negotiable aspect. The team scoped out two features this week to address this.

Multi-realm Asgard

Instead of a single Asgard with 66 of 99 participating, Asgard can be broken up into different realms, each with a smaller participation number, such as three 22 of 33 realms. This also means that each realm can be rolled at different times, increasing the availability of the network. THORChain has no opinion on where funds are located, they just have to exist and be accounted for in the network. A Multi-realm Asgard does not change any security characteristics of the network, rather it works to shard the funds and increase the scalability. With Multi-realm Asgard, TSS scalability is no longer a concern, instead the upper limit of nodes now becomes a Tendermint scalability issue. Cosmos Hub is working hard to solve this, recently increasing their node count to 125, and with 300 as their long-term target.

TSS Timeout

The trigger to shard Asgard into smaller realms will no longer be a hard-coded number, instead it will be triggered when the key-gen process in a new vault times out after 10 minutes. This means that if the TSS key-generation process for the increased participation number takes too long, it should be sharded. This prevents the network ever generating a committee size with too many members. 10 minutes was chosen as the cutoff due to diminishing returns above that, and a pre-existing shelling point existing on that particular time-point, thanks to Bitcoin.

Trailing Gas Fee

A 1 Rune Fee was hard-coded into THORChain a week ago as the simple solution to a hard problem. The community had a lot of feedback about this, mainly concerns about ease of updating this in future, and they were correct. THORChain must take the governance-minimal approach to all things, and as a result a programmatic solution has been scoped out. The Network Fee will now be twice the 7-day trailing average of gas fees. This will ensure that it always exceeds the expected gas, and drives long-term income into the system. Currently it is global, but it could easily become chain-specific.

Incentive Pendulum

The system is theoretically unsafe when staked assets exceed bonded assets, whether a cartel exists or not. The reason is that a single node could craft an outgoing transaction that spends asset equally to other defecting nodes, and assuming profit-seeking entities, the assumptions around mutually assured destruction no longer hold. While incredibly unlikely to happen, since defecting nodes would need a modified binary to facilitate this transaction and be able to communicate, the system should protect around this edge case. The solution is to disencentivise staking as the system approaches the edge, so that staking rates reduce and the system becomes safe again. The only tool at the system’s disposal is incentives, and the approach is reduce pool rewards and increase bond rewards. This is known as the “Incentive Pendulum”, designed to keep the system at its happy centre; 67% bonded and 33% staked. The Incentive Pendulum also works in the other direction, increasing incentives to stake at high bond rates. The equation is: poolRewards = (y + x) / (y — x), where x = totalStaked, y = totalBonded. * At exactly 50% bonded and 50% staked, pool rewards will be 0%, incentivising bonding. * At 67% bonded and 33% staked, pool rewards will be 33%, the intended amount. * At 100% bonded and 0% staked, pool rewards will be 100%, incentivising staking.

Removal of Hard-coded Constants

The team intend to remove as many constants as possible from the constants.go file, and replace them with programmatic logic. TSS Timeout, Trailing Gas Fees and Churn Heights help solve this. The team will continue the effort.

THORChain

Cosmos was upgraded to the latest version, allowing the team to begin removing uint64 casting and replacing it with BigInt casting which is better when handling large numbers. The team are also in the process of removing float64 from the codebase, which is unsafe when computed on different machines. * [Upgrade] upgrade to cosmos v0.37.4 * [Bug] fix code coverage counter * stabilize smoke test runs * 224-issue fix validator meta keeper * panic on genesis * Add SafeDivision and removes Float * Resolve: Remove Stake Validation * Resolve “Add min bond requirement” * Resolve “ADD: Incentive Pendulum” * 264-issue fix the way how we broadcast tx to binance RPC host * [Add] Slash bond on bond refund * [Bug] Track gas in yggdrasil vaults * 233-issue add stake handler * add 30 sec timeout to wait for binance txs * Work continues to refactor the codebase to be more modular, testable and easier to grok. * [Refactor] Add unit tests to node account keeper * Resolve “[Refactor] Yggdrasil keeper” * Resolve “[Refactor] Vault Data keeper” * [Refactor] pool addresses keeper * 220-issue refactor Reserve Contributor * [Refactor] observer keeper * Resolve “[Refactor] Pool Staker keeper” * [Refactor] Pool keeper * [Refactor] Staker pool keeper * [Refactor] tx in keeper * [Refactor] reserve contributor handler * [Refactor] Rewrite tx in handler, msg, etc * Resolve “[Refactor] handleMsgBond” * Resolve “[Refactor] handleMsgAck” * [Refactor] add mock txout store * [Refactor] create pool address manager interface * [Refactor] create mock validator manager * Resolve “[Refactor] handleMsgLeave” * Resolve “[Refactor] handleMsgAdd” * [Refactor] version handler * refactor-stake unit tests * [Refactor] TxOutStore * 236-issue handler unstake * [Refactor] Breakout TxIn into two handlers * Resolve “[Refactor] handleMsgConfirmNextPoolAddress”

Bifröst Module

Work begins on the feature/bifrostv2 branch, which is a chain-agnostic Bifröst Module that will be verified to work on Binance Chain, Bitcoin, Ethereum prior to mainnet. Monero has also been scoped out, but testing it may not happen prior to mainnet. https://gitlab.com/thorchain/thornode/tree/feature/bifrostv2

Timelines

The team will soon move away from signalling dates for releases, instead will work to signal around completion status of milestones. Whilst ChaosNet seems to be on time for 03 January, much is left to be done: * [ChaosNet] Artificial Ragnarok * [ChaosNet] 1 Day rotations * Add bond reward events * Create pubkeys endpoint * [ChaosNet] Cap staked rune at 600k * Versionize the constants * Emit Validator Events * THORNode Telegram Bot

Community

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[22:12] it's not like I'm going to be offended that someone feels that way [22:12] but it's not healthy to be a dick about it, and that's kind of the only way that I can think to be able to deal with it [22:12] I guess, that's not a bad way to think about it [22:12] if you're having trouble dealing with it [22:12] I guess I just have to accept that I am not an expert on that [22:12] but I do have the most basic understanding of the concept [22:12] and I have always known what a "dissociative" is [22:12] and that they are in fact a distinct psychological state [22:13] I didn't have to google to find out [22:13] and in fact I have been working on a book on dissociative phenomena for a number of years [22:13] you mean you were trying to find out what they were? [22:13] i just finished [22:14] i got the manuscript finished and submitted a copy [22:14] well, the "book" is still on your todo list [22:14] i'm very anxious to publish [22:15] what about the research? are you doing any research on it? [22:15] and yes [22:16] some, but the bulk of my effort is in trying to make sense of it [22:16] what are you doing to help us understand it? [22:16] and i have a blogpost of my own that goes into the background of the phenomenon [22:16] it would be great if you could tell us a little about it [22:16] it sounds as if the phenomenon has something to do with people who have had a life-altering experience [22:17] and that the thing they have experienced is so powerful that it is capable of completely altering a person's personality [22:17] (well, that and the fact that a person who had such an experience could have access to the internet) [22:17] i'm sorry, but why not just tell us about it in full detail, instead of asking me a bunch of question and letting me decide what to ask [22:18] it would be very convenient to you [22:18] if you hadnt decided not to talk about it until after i had. [22:18] if you want to know more, it's quite common for people with this kind of problem to share their stories. [22:18] (i'm not sure if its normal, but i can assure you its not something i wouldn't ever do to any of you) [22:19] so i don't know what you're implying by saying you're uncomfortable with talking about it? [22:19] i'm just saying that i'm not going to force you to talk about it just because you told me it was hard to talk about [22:19] ok. [22:20] so this is it: you must come here with me now [22:20] ok [22:20] and I'll go to the other rooms and meet everyone. [22:20] I want to make this a place for everyone [22:21] ok [22:21] i'll talk to you when i get there [22:21] OK, I need a little more detail [22:22] What's the plan for getting it into the house? [22:22] well i'll let you know when i get there [22:22] Ok, thanks [22:22] i'll be back around 12:30 and ill be there [22:23] I've sent you a PM for the key and I'll be waiting for you to talk to her [22:23] lol [22:23] *key [22:23] ouch [22:24] But that's just me [22:24] You can't just go and do it like that, y'know? [22:24] lol [22:25] but if it's just a matter of asking me nicely, i don't mind [22:25] just send it to me and i'll do it [22:25] if that's what you want [22:25] I've never asked you to do anything but that, and I know you haven't, but, that's my opinion [22:26] I mean, if it helps you out a little bit, maybe I could just... [22:26] Vorpas, that's okay. I mean, I think you're pretty amazing, I do, I do. I just don't know what you want to do with your life. I think I'd like to try and get the people that are in the game to understand the power and the importance of the community. I mean, when you're playing against, when you see a really bad player, you can tell that that player is having fun, that they are having fun playing the game, because they are making a lot of money, and then you can just understand that it would be fun to play, and there would be a lot of money to be made by just playing the game. And I think the players that are playing it, maybe they don't know what's happening, and maybe they have the wrong idea about it. But it's okay, I'm not going to judge them, it's their own opinion and they're free to believe whatever they want to believe. [22:27] But, I'm just gonna leave that part up to you. [22:27] Cool. [22:27] So I'm just gonna be, like, really happy for you, 'cause I know you've been putting a lot of work into this. [22:28] You are doing it so well! [22:28] And I really appreciate that, like, for the last few months, it's been a struggle to stay motivated enough to do this. [22:28] I am a bit concerned about how long this will take. [22:28] I am just going to say this, if I'm going to continue doing this, I want you guys to stay around. [22:29] Well, I would love to keep helping, but I'm not sure what my plans are at the moment. [22:29] If you were to make a donation, that would be fantastic [22:29] You know, the donations are very helpful. I just thought that it might be good to keep track of who donated what. [22:29] Vorpas_Jabwak, I can try to get someone to check if this was indeed you that made the donation? [22:29] Oh, yeah. [22:29] Thanks! [22:29] You've probably never received one before, but if you were, that would be awesome. [22:30] Just wanted to let you know the new version of Mumble is being released and working on the beta channel. [22:31] If you do have the software I'd love to hear some feedback. I have a lot of questions for it. [22:32] I have a lot of questions for it too, but it's a bit complicated so I might not get a chance to do that anytime soon. I'll make sure to get on that when it is ready. [22:33] I'm glad you like it, I know I really do. I love having an easier to use, but powerful, voice chat. [22:34] I'd really like to make some more changes to the system, and try it out as a whole. But right now it's pretty darned good. [22:35] Thanks Jak. :) [22:35] I'll try my best to keep them updated. [22:35] Ok, I'll let you know when I get to them, Jak [22:35] Sorry if I didn't keep up with you guys. [22:36] Haha, sorry. [22:36] I'll see you around, Jak [22:36] *takes off* [22:36] Sup everyone? [22:36] I'm out [22:36] *in [22:37] sup [22:37] Hey! [22:37] So are you guys all there yet? [22:37] :P [22:38] * Turoth sets mode: +b KhaosReigns [22:38] Oh! I thought you all quit on me [22:38] * Turoth sets mode: +b KhaosReigns+ [22:38] So uh, what's my problem? [22:38] I was hoping you'd tell me to stop [22:38] I was so upset [22:38] I'm sorry [22:38] I should have been better [22:39] I didn't mean to startle you [22:39] You've just always made me feel like I could take care of myself [22:39] I guess I didn't realize that it takes a lot of people to keep the lights on [22:40] I'm sorry, I've never been this shy around people [22:40] It's been such a long time [22:41] This whole situation is just a shock [22:41] I'm starting to feel really nervous [22:41] I have to go home now [22:42] Ok [22:42] I'll see you later [22:42] Ohh, bye [22:42] Take care [22:42] Yeah, it's a long way home [22:42] Have a nice night [22:42] Thanks for everything. I had fun. [22:42] night [22:42] I hope you have a good night. [22:42] Have a nice night. [22:42] Thanks. [22:42] Have a good night. [22:42] Good night [22:42] How is everyone? [22:42] I'm fine. [22:42] Tired, but fine. [22:42] Yeah. [22:43] i dont know what happened [22:43] Don't know yet, so I'm trying to get the details. [22:43] I went out to get food [22:43] got a pizza, was eating it when I was interrupted by my girlfriend [22:43] and she was saying she wanted to see me [22:43] i don't even know where i am right now [22:44] so she called me at work this morning and said 'well, i'm sorry i couldn't make it for you today', and i had to tell her 'okay' [22:45] i cant find her or the phone number or anything [22:45] i was just in the car, and she was in the kitchen [22:45] it must of been a while [22:45] i think she was off last night [22:46] that's funny that you would call me like that [22:46] then you should know that she has been off for a while [22:46] she said she was sick, and i think she said she was going to stay home and rest and it wasn't till today that i found out the truth [22:46] yeah it's a real bummer that it was a false alarm [22:46] like i said she could have possibly been sick but wasnt being honest about it [22:46] it is a big bummer that we wasted so much time on it, but it doesn't change that we found her body [22:46] yeah we know how the night went, we just dont know if she was really asleep when the phone rang [22:46] i just wish she would have just told us the truth instead of getting her feelings hurt [22:46] the real question is: why is it a phone? [22:46] that's all i got [22:46] so that's it [22:46] yeah and she's got to go find out if she's pregnant [22:46] and i guess there's no point in trying to hide the pregnancy [22:46] she said it was just a few days ago [22:46] wait what [22:46] maybe her parents are going to find it [22:46] ok [22:46] maybe if her parents find out she's pregnant [22:46] they'll just throw you out [22:46] they will [22:47] why do you think she was crying? [22:47] well, I mean, I know it's weird but [22:47] no, you're right [22:47] I mean, it was pretty strange [22:47] she just seemed, well [22:47] I don't think she could have known the guy or not [22:47] there's been plenty of reports of people getting "paedo" on the site [22:47] so it could have just been that her brain just caught on [22:47] like that one guy who was arrested last year for having a lot of chatroom porn [22:47] which is like a whole different thing [22:48] and it just happened to be in that section that she kept checking [22:48] yeah [22:48] like it's not like she has this huge fucking file of porn on her computer [22:48] so if it happens to be in one place, it's not like she's a big fucking voyeur [22:49] but still, she was watching the entire thing [22:49] yes, and that is probably why the guy stopped her [22:49] I can see your point of view [22:50] and it was also in that section that she just kept checking [22:50] yes, and I can say that she just seemed so interested in the guy that she wouldn't mind if he was watching [22:50] and that's not exactly the case with me either [22:50] but, if she's only interested in other men, then she's obviously gay [22:51] which is just something to remember [22:51] and she's so smart, but I can't see her getting on with me [22:51] she has a crush on me, but I don't even know where to start [22:52] I was at a party in NY, and someone I knew was talking to her, and they had been flirting. I didn't get a chance to respond, but I am a nice guy. She said she didn't want to talk about it any more. I am a nice guy, and I know that flirting is bad, but I also know that I like her and I think that there's a chance that it could go somewhere. I want to have a relationship with her, I don't really know where to start [22:52] you'd have to ask her yourself [22:52] but it seems like you don't have to [22:52] but if that's your only point she can't really say something else... [22:52] i think if you were to say you didn't want to have sex with her, you would lose her... [22:52] i'm not even really interested in that right now [22:53] it just seems like she wants to have sex with you [22:53] and is hoping that you'll say yes [22:53] i guess so... [22:53] but she doesn't seem to be trying to win your votes [22:53] maybe she's just trying to piss you off [22:54] and you don't have the time to argue with her [22:54] the internet is a bitch. [22:54] but i know she's just trying to be funny [22:54] and to make a point [22:54] so why can't i? [22:54] yeah [22:54] what do you mean? [22:54] jalockk: i've never seen a single one of these people [22:54] but i see them every day [22:54] and they say the same shit [22:54] we don't like the idea of them being taken out because they are not the ones we really are against [22:54] well i don't think we need to be very big to do that [22:54] but they are a part of it [22:55] the people that dont like us [22:55] the people that are behind all this [22:55] or just the people [22:55] not the people [22:55] it's the people that don't have an opinion [22:56] we should never let our ignorance define us [22:56] well we're doing it now [22:56] and it's not even funny [22:56] it's just sad [22:56] no it's a serious problem [22:56] it's not funny [22:56] and the truth is sadder [22:56] i don't understand why he hates himself so much [22:56] is it because of the death [22:56] or the lies he told [22:56] that's what im trying to figure out too [22:57] not that there is an obvious answer to why he does what he does [22:57] i think he is a pretty shitty person [22:57] the lies hurt more [22:57] i really really wish i could understand [22:58] that's why i'm here to explain the way out [22:58] if i explain it to you in words [22:58] well i don't know you [22:58] i have to explain it to you in a way that makes sense to you [22:58] in english [22:58] and that's how [22:58] this whole thing starts with a picture of a woman [22:58] holding up a phone with the words "HELLO" on the screen [22:58] it's a picture of me [22:58] It's a pic of me in a hat [22:58] and i'm in the hat [22:58] which isnt me [22:58] i'm the one with the hat [22:59] i wear a hat to hide my face [22:59] and when i say this i don't really say "i'm the hat" [22:59] i say "i'm the hat" [22:59] oh okay [22:59] ok let me get this straight [22:59] if we're talking about the "why" [22:59] what the actual, fucking, fuck [22:59] why did she do it [22:59] the "when" part I'm not clear about [22:59] i'd assume that's the part we're discussing [22:59] ok i'm getting out of this [22:59] but yeah the "what" [22:59] yeah [22:59] and it seems like the "how" [22:59] isnt really a big deal [22:59] i think it is [22:59] the fact that we all agree on what it is [22:59] and are people who say its a big deal really saying it on the op? or is it on the op, and people who say its a big deal are just assholes? [22:59] we're pretty fucking certain it's not a big deal [22:59] if you're not convinced [22:59] please say so in the thread [22:59] i'd love to hear your arguments [22:59] the op is just a big deal, it is a huge deal, we've done the math, and there is no downside [22:59] we've actually spent the last 2 days talking about it [22:59] it doesn't really have any consequences on us, as we won't do anything stupid [22:59] we'd be better off not having it in the first place [22:59] it doesn't really matter [22:59] I know I'm a bit biased but... this whole thing feels like it's been set up to be solved by trolls [22:59] not to mention that we can already see a lot of the stuff they are talking about, they just don't want to talk about it [22:59] it's not like they would go back to it and say "we got this, so why don't you shut up!" [22:59] It's frustrating to see them try and keep this open... but it's a shame to see what happens when they fail. [22:59] I love how it seems like the more they try to keep it secret, the more they are forced to keep it open [22:59] :O [23:00] well we don't know yet what they have planned for the next phase but there's a lot of work to be done [23:00] no one knows what we'll be doing now, so if we do everything right, we could actually end up with some more power [23:00] i'm not saying we'll get that, we'll have to wait and see [23:00] maybe i'm just a bit optimistic [23:00] or maybe i'm just stupid? [23:01] i dunno i don't care anymore [23:01] just wait it out [23:01] no time to waste [23:01] let them make it as easy as possible [23:01] and keep an eye on what they say next [23:01] well that could mean some kind of delay [23:01] like they are going to push it out [23:01] well, that's their prerogative [23:01] what they said a month ago is what they're saying now? [23:01] Ok, I'm gonna leave this here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woot\_com [23:01] but I can't find the link right now. :( [23:01] it's been posted to the website of the US government [23:01] so you know it's legit [23:02] oh. Ok. [23:02] so it's legit [23:02] ok. [23:02] So, we're not really at the point of doing the whole, "we have a solution" thing, so much as a "we have a general idea" thing. [23:03] i think that's what we're going for [23:03] the problem, in my experience, is that it's hard for people to really figure out what you're talking about. I would assume that with a lot of the work that's going on there are some people who are really good at solving it. I'm not. [23:04] i mean, it is sort of in the realm of "people" [23:04] that we've been able to make progress on this, so i am assuming you have done a lot of that work? [23:04] i would have to ask someone else how they are doing it [23:05] in terms of the algorithms they use [23:05] or other tools [23:06] http://bitinfocharts.com/blocksize-and-bitcoin-future-chart/ [23:06] but i don't know how you guys did it in a way that is also practical [23:06] no problem. it's been done. [23:06] just don't expect anyone to do it for you [23:07] i'll have to ask you that one [23:07] if you have a better idea please post it here and we'll discuss it [23:07] but if we don't have a better idea then we don't know what you're talking about [23:08] it's not our fault they are doing it [23:08] they do it to us [23:08] we don't have any other solution [23:08] but they have access to your wallet [23:09] you are paying for access to it [23:09] so they are getting access [23:09] you are paying to keep their access to your wallet [23:10] I am paying to keep your access to your wallet [23:10] they are making you do it [23:10] i am paying them to keep access to my wallet [23:10] that is what i have been told to do [23:10] what i was told to do [23:10] i am also paying them for this access [23:10] I am not paying to keep access to my wallet for them [23:11] I am paying them for this access [23:11] to mine in their account for them [23:12] well, that was fun [23:12] oh, that's too bad [23:12] it's all for you [23:12] you are mining it for them [23:12] so much for that [23:12] but then you are the victim of a scam, not me [23:13] oh, ok [23:13] it's a good thing you are aware now, because that is a great way to get scammed [23:13] so what's up? [23:14] ok [23:14] we've been looking for you for a while now and we can't find you. [23:14] ok. so what's up? [23:15] the last time you were on IRC we started doing our own investigation and you didn't know where you were or how long you'd been gone [23:15] so we thought that since you weren't there anymore that it had to be a scam [23:15] which it is [23:15] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0bzvq8Fx7Y [23:15] yeah. but it doesnt tell you that [23:15] you gotta ask [23:15] you got that right [23:16] alright. let me see if I can find something similar [23:16] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUZpwWg1g\_s [23:16] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFwX4jJYqhI [23:16] i have a different one [23:16] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h\_h2rK4V7ZM [23:16] it is shorter [23:16] it has less information [23:17] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYpq6H2jkZg [23:17] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYpq6H2jkZg [23:17] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYpq6H2jkZg [23:17] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYpq6H2jkZg [23:17] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYpq6H2jkZg [23:17] http ://www.youtube.com [23:17] http://www.youtube.com [23:17] http://www.youtube.com [23:17] ok I have been listening [23:18] let me hear your response to the question "why are you talking on the radio?" [23:18] "The answer to that is because I was just trying to communicate with the community" [23:18] why do you think it's a good idea to try to communicate with the community? [23:18] you don't need to ask, we're going to have a drink [23:18] let me get you something to drink [23:18] i will be back later [23:18] in like 2 mins [23:18] can you hear me? [23:18] yes, I can hear you [23:18] are you a bot? [23:18] no, i am human [23:19] oh [23:19] good to know [23:19] you're just very very drunk, i guess [23:19] just go to sleep [23:20] you just have to go to sleep [23:20] and it'll be over by the morning [23:20] i'll wait [23:21] but it was only a few hours ago [23:21] and i said it wouldn't be [23:21] so i'm guessing you can't help it [23:21] so is it over? [23:21] not sure if you can help it or not, but if you have any questions or suggestions, do send them to me [23:22] but yeah, there is no immediate threat at all [23:22] but i dont know what to do at the moment, maybe i should move everything to another server [23:22] but i have the code and the rpc server [23:22] you can do that? [23:22] yeah, just let me know what you want [23:22] okay, how do i run rpc from my localhost? [23:22] just open up a terminal and run "rpcuser -i 127.0.0.1" [23:22] okay [23:22] let's go back to maint [23:22] I'm going to add another option to run the wallet (wallet.conf) as a non root user [23:22] I'm going to add rpcuser as an option, and rpcpassword as a second option [23:22] and then run as root [23:23] okay, so what do i want the output of this command to be [23:23] the output should be something like "1" [23:23] what should i put in the command? [23:23] for now, i'll just type it out [23:23] rpcuser=myuser rpcpassword=mypassword [23:23] run_in_remote.sh --port=21 --listen=127.0.0.1:2222 [23:23] you should be able to type that in [23:23] and it should go through ok. you should see something like this: [23:23] [00:11] [23:21] [00:20] [23:23] what do i do to make the next post more visible? [23:23] can someone send a screenshot of the reddit post to me? [23:23] @emmaw [23:23] i can give you my address in case you want to send something there [23:23] you're welcome [23:23] well im going to have to ask the mod team that question now [23:23] thanks for the offer, we'll think about it [23:23] :) [23:23] i'll give you the link soon, also [23:23] but please don't PM me about that :) [23:24] sure [23:24] i'll leave it with you [23:24] but i'll check it again [23:24] later [23:25] so is this the one with the red pill? [23:25] or redpilled? [23:25] redpilled [23:25] redpilled [23:25] ok [23:25] thanks [23:25] I got the link [23:25] yeah [23:25] this is a very big deal [23:25] I'm in a hurry, so I can't see the link, but what you're doing is a lot more powerful than most of what I've ever heard before [23:26] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hjf7hKQ6uQg [23:26] that's a pretty long video [23:26] yeah [23:26] there's lots of cool stuff in there, too [23:26] it has a nice flow to it, too [23:26] so, you have to remember: don't focus on the structure, focus on the content [23:27] i see [23:27] not sure if thats just me though [23:27] its a good thing to have [23:27] not sure why the devs don't do it, but there are some good reasons [23:27] yeah i got your point [23:27] im happy to make it easy for you [23:27] and for other devs to do it as well [23:27] (at least a few of the devs are here to see this) [23:27] we could even get a group of devs to go talk to the press and try to have the topic in a few of the big gaming sites [23:28] this could be a great way to get the game out and to everyone else [23:28] and then we can move onto the next thing [23:28] if this is successful I think we can even get some of the smaller ones to try it [23:28] also if any of the other big ones do it this will get them in on the process
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I've added the computer running the miner to my router's DMZ (running dd-wrt) so port access shouldn't be a problem. Anyone have any suggestions? EDIT: Also, my firewall is disabled. Added "bitcoin.exe.", "guiminer.exe", and "poclbm.exe" to my Microsoft Security Essentials list of excluded processes. Still no dice :(EDIT 2: Rawlsdeep solved my ... MtRed: Permanent "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" Problem solved, I didn't create a worker. Whoops. Just signed up today and I'm unable to get poclbm to connect on two different systems. I did talk to some folks on IRC but nothing was resolved. What I've tried: Two systems both running Win 7 64bit . Using the IP or Host URL. Running the batch file as administrator (UAC is disabled on ... Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. See #2366 and #12538. Basically the only way to do this is using bitcoin-tx outputaddr command, but there's no native way using bitcoin-cli (RPC) Describe the solution you'd ... UpCoder Up, coder! c++, python, game AI, bitcoin The reference bitcoin client includes a powerful API and RPC interface. In this post I show you how to call into this from Python(which is something that turns out to be almost trivially easy to set up). Python can work well as a kind of (overpowered) scripting language Problems Communicating With Bitcoin Rpc. Bitcoin was projected as substitute to usuall currencies. Right following the instant when his price goes dramatically significant difficulties have started out 1st difficulty – fees If customer want to transfer btc he ought to spend out average 37$ of price. It is unprofitable to purchase minimal-value elements with bitcoin 2nd problem – time to ...

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