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    iharokus
    @iharokus
    So, you mean, Glacier 0.94 is compatible with Core 0.17 and 0.17.1? And Glacier 0.93 is not compatible with Core 0.18?
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    That's correct.
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Today they have released Core 0.18
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Guys, i need urgent advise
    I've just got warning in my Bitcoin Core v0.15.1: "Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect"
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    What's that mean? What should I do?
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    That's got nothing to do with Glacier, why are you asking here?
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Pardon me... Just in case
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Guys, is it possible to boot Ubuntu from USB drive on Tablet PC with Windows 10?
    I use my Tablet PC with keyboard as Setup1 Computer, but I can't boot my USB drive with Ubuntu via Tablet's BIOS
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    It seems invisible for tablet
    My Tablet's brand: Irbis TW 40 with keyboard
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    And another question. According to the Glacier protocol we have to use PC with Windows 10 only as Setup Computer. So what about Windows 7? Is it possible to use PC with Windows 7 for Setup Computer?
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Any solution for this issue?
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    I don't know about the tablet. As for Win7, it will probably work, as all we're doing in Windows is creating the Setup USB with Ubuntu on it. But you'd have to figure out the details.
    Ubuntu probably already has good documentation on how to create a boot USB in Win7. Just be sure you follow the optional verification steps to check the sha256 hash of the downloaded file.
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Thanks
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Can anybody help me? When I'm trying to boot my Setup computer from Setup Boot USB
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    I see only black screen. I press
    I press "Try Ubuntu without installing" and nothing happens... Only black screen. I use for Setup recommended laptop Acer Aspire on Windows 10
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    And recommended USB drive as well
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    The most annoying thing in this particular situation, that i use recommended devices and strictly follow Glacier instructions
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    I was changing "quite splash" to "nomodeset". This doesn't work as well
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Is it allowed to use another version of Ununtu in such cases??
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    I don't recall that Glacier makes specific laptop recommendations for the setup PCs? Only for the quarantined laptops. But maybe I'm not remembering it right.
    I think it should be safe to use a newer release of Ubuntu 16.04. The protocol is documented for 16.04.1 but they're up to 16.04.6 now
    I would not try to use 18.04 except as a last resort; it's quite a bit different
    In either case, I would use the newer Ubuntu only for the Setup USB, and then once booting the Setup PC, I would try to follow the instructions to use 16.04.1 for the quarantined Boot USBs.
    If your Setup PC cannot boot 16.04.5 then I would seek help from Ubuntu channels
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    (I meant 16.04.6)
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    Ok. Thank you so much
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    I've tested Glacier v0.94 with Bitcoin Core v0.19.0rc1 and it works without issues.
    iharokus
    @iharokus
    It means, no need to update current v0.94 version?
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    exactly
    Matt
    @mcsnubbs_twitter
    there is a lot of discuss regarding the test withdrawal process and its tradeoffs considering address reuse. Im curious if instead of doing a test withdrawal on chain, one could use software like coinb.in downloaded to a quarantined computer to generate and sign the transaction to verify the keys without submitting an on chain transaction?
    Jernej
    @jazarija
    Where is this discussion?
    Its kinda hard to instruct users to download a page I guess
    Matt
    @mcsnubbs_twitter
    Ive heard several people discuss the theoretic risks of address reuse including the youtube interview with Livera and Diogo - SLP106 Diogo Monica
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    Right now, during the test withdrawal, Glacier is only validating M-of-N keys (instead of all N) anyway (see issue #20 on the github)
    But if that gets fixed, then I think it's safe to verify only that Glacier creates a signed transaction on the quarantined laptops. No need to scan out the QR code at all.
    Bitcoin Dominus
    @bitstalin_twitter
    Can I use raspberry pi 4 with a camera instead of laptop?
    bitcoinhodler
    @bitcoinhodler
    You probably could use a RaspPi if you could get GlacierScript, zbarimg, and qrencode all working on it, but can you physically remove the WiFi & Bluetooth hardware from the RaspPi4? It doesn't look like it to me...which is a big drawback.