creighto: I agree with that idea. After a few hours, it should be possible for the client to notice if the flow of blocks has dropped off by more than would be likely just by chance. It could tell if it’s not hearing the hum of the world anymore. Quote […]Read more
Month: August 2010
Re: Content-Length header and 500 (was Re: Authentication, JSON RPC and Python)
Quote from: jgarzik on August 03, 2010, 18:09:08 bitcoin requires the Content-Length header, but several JSON-RPC libraries do not provide it. When the Content-Length header is absent, bitcoin returns 500 Internal Server Error. Quote from: gavinandresen on August 03, 2010, 18:56:44 Can you be more specific about which JSON libraries […]Read more
Re: Bitcoind x86 binary for CentOS
Quote from: sgtstein on August 03, 2010, 17:30:37 I have successfully built it with 4.8, 4.7 never would but with 4.8 bitcoind locks up whenever it dumps the initial block download to disk. 🙁 I urge you not to use BDB 4.8. The database/log0000* files will be incompatible if anyone […]Read more
Re: Builds for Ubuntu?
Quote from: nimnul on August 03, 2010, 17:51:15 Is satoshi noWx patch in 0.3.7 already? Before that bitcoind required wx, and I never seen Satoshi announcing that it’s in trunk Yes, 0.3.7 has it. It was in rev 112. Related posts: Re: Automated nightly builds I finally managed to get […]Read more
Re: Protocol Buffers for Bitcoin
There has been a discussion going on elsewhere about using protocol buffers for bitcoin. To summarise the advantages: -> Small encoding -> Very fast -> Implementations in loads of languages (So writing new clients become a lot simpler) -> Forwards compatible (indeed, this is most of the point of protocol […]Read more
Re: 4 hashes parallel on SSE2 CPUs for 0.3.6
Is it 2x fast on AMD and 1/2 fast on Intel? Quote from: tcatm on July 31, 2010, 10:12:38 Btw. Why are you using this alignup<16> function when __attribute__ ((aligned (16))) will tell the compiler to align at compiletime? Tried that, but it doesn’t work for things on the stack. […]Read more
Re: Mac Client Problems Outlined…
Hardware MacBook Pro 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (Model 4,1) 2 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM Software Mac OS X 10.6.4 Snow Leopard Bitcoin 0.3.7 (according to Bitcoin >> About) Problems Preferences: the preferences I have tried all have zero effect as far as I can tell. “Minimize to […]Read more
Re: Linux version => No GUI after upgrade. WTF?
Hey guys, My linux machine (debian 5 stable, 32 bit) was running bitcoin 0.20 for months now. I upgraded it to 0.36 today and the GUI won’t appear, however bitcoin is running and seems to use the CPU. Where is the GUI? It won’t appear, but there are no errors […]Read more