Bitcoin version 0.2 is here! Download links: http://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcoin/files/Bitcoin/bitcoin-0.2.0-win32-setup.exe/download http://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcoin/files/Bitcoin/bitcoin-0.2.0-win32.zip/download http://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcoin/files/Bitcoin/bitcoin-0.2.0-linux.tar.gz/download New Features Martti Malmi – Minimize to system tray option – Autostart on boot option so you can keep it running in the background automatically – New options dialog layout for future expansion – Setup program for Windows – Linux […]Read more
Category: Bitcoin Talk
Re: A few suggestions
To build on FreeBSD: Install all of the required software from /usr/ports and then compile using the makefile.fbsd “It just works”. 🙂 That’s good, is it running fine on FreeBSD? I committed the changes to headers.h. For consistency, I used __BSD__. The complete list of defines is at http://docs.wxwidgets.org/stable/wx_cppconst.html #ifdef […]Read more
Re: A few suggestions
Hi. I would like to second the headless/non-GUI mode for /*nix/i systems. It would be useful to be able to start the Bitcoin software from an initscript or one’s ~/.bashrc (or equivalent) file and let it run in the background, silently cranking away. Also, what would the feasibility of changing […]Read more
Re: Is my second Transaction working correctly? +Transfer Question
The transfer is immediate if you send by IP address. If you send by bitcoin address and the recipient isn’t online at the time, it might take 30 minutes or more to see it. Also, the recipient needs to be synced up with the block chain before it’ll see the […]Read more
Re: 64bit support
Can bitcoin be compiled to run on 64 bit systems yet? -m64 seems to break the compile. (Not trying to nag or anything). On a side node: I have noticed that the network is about 3x larger than normal now. I see more nodes! 🙂 I haven’t tried compiling 64-bit yet. […]Read more
Re: Number of connections?
What exactly does the number of connections do for me? Do I generate more coins with more connections, or is it equivalent no matter what? It seems that from time to time, Tor gets tied up and can go for a few hours with 3 or 4 connections. Then, when […]Read more
Re: TOR and I2P
Hello, I have had another idea. 😛 It would be very cool to be able to have TOR and I2P seeds. For example: I could run BT within TOR-land on a .onion address. A client could connect their BT to TOR and have it seed from a .onion address and use […]Read more
Re: Bitcoin crash when sending coins
Lately when I’ve been trying to send coins, the following popups twice, then the application terminates. EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error SendMoney() : wtxNew.AcceptTransaction() failed c:\Documents and Settings\username\bitcoin-0.2.0\bitcoin.exe in CMyApp::OnExceptionInMainLoop() When i restart bitcoin.exe, the transaction is showing as 0/unconfirmed. The status do not change even when the total block count increases. I’m […]Read more
Re: A newb’s test – anyone want to buy a picture for $1?
Quote from: RogerRabbit on January 25, 2010, 16:30:50 You can’t send messages to Bitcoin users unless it’s the IP? That seems unnecessary. Any reasoning behind this? I think people will use Bitcoin addresses a lot more often than the IP address when sending or receiving coins. I think it was […]Read more
Re: Blocks never stop generating?
Yes it will. Importance is relative. You can use the number of blocks to calculate some statistics. Also, if you press ctrl+[numpad+], you will see the serial number and hash of the blocks. (At least on windows). Where it says “# blocks” in the status column I’m changing it to […]Read more