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johndavies24
@johndavies24
well no ports you need to specify or worry about
when you listen on tor, the send command is to "onion address" rather than to IP:3415
but also, the last version of debian (debian 9 stretch) cannot support the necessary version of tor, not even if you configure your app repository to use buster backports (debain 10 = buster)
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
The approach I took for ubuntu 18 was to download the latest version of the "tor browser" (https://www.torproject.org/download/), uncompressed and untar that, and then copied the "tor" executable out of there into /usr/local/bin/
It would be much better if grin packaged a version that works
Ghost
@ghost~5e5030d4d73408ce4fda58c7
another recent issue which i found is that a deposit get stuck with 0 confirmations sometimes even though it seems to be confirmed . Is this a known issue and if so is there a way to finalize this transaction @johndavies24
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
@cyrus19901_gitlab Yes, I see the issue frequently. The transaction never gets "posted" and needs to be canceled and re-created. I believe its this issue here: mimblewimble/grin-wallet#153
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
Nice, it looks like @jaspervdm offered to take a look!
Ghost
@ghost~5e5030d4d73408ce4fda58c7
Thanks @bladedoyle , will keep an eye for that fix. It just gets confusing with when i encounter that prob .
Antioch Peverell
@antiochp
3.1.0 is released! https://forum.grin.mw/t/grin-node-grin-wallet-v3-1-0-released/7118
This is not a mandatory release but strongly recommend people do upgrade as this release includes several stability fixes that should help with p2p and keeping the node in sync.
Muhammad Adeel Danish
@bashforger
Hi everybody. I trying to make abandoned grin project working grin-pool. Having trouble with rust dependencies.. rings any bells?
Quentin Le Sceller
@quentinlesceller
@M-Adeel-Danish might want to ask in #grin-pool gitter. Btw this software was created by @bladedoyle
Muhammad Adeel Danish
@bashforger
I have tried that. He doesn't seem to care
But I haven't gave up. I will keep poking
Quentin Le Sceller
@quentinlesceller
Good luck :)
Muhammad Adeel Danish
@bashforger
:D
johndavies24
@johndavies24
@M-Adeel-Danish blade is a cool guy, project died mid-october because of lack of community support (despite being the only open-source pool). If you figure it out consider updating the github
Muhammad Adeel Danish
@bashforger
I don't doubt him at all. Previous comment was just a joke. And BTW I am not that expert at this point. I will do what I could. If i managed to get it working sure I will try to maintain it
And I totally understand without a strong community support opensource projects become total P.I.A
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
Hi @M-Adeel-Danish I do care, just busy. I'll push a grin-pool update in the next day or so. It will include a "docker-compose" configuration for a single-node deploy. Though, I dont think I updated the pool code for the latest C29M POW so the graph rates calculations will probably need updates.
Muhammad Adeel Danish
@bashforger
@bladedoyle thanks alot. My apology for wrong choice of words, It was just casual chat nothing serius.
Zaven Zareyan
@ZZHeisenberg_twitter
Hi, maybe this question is answered earlier, but please explain:
How pools count their Gps? It is not the same as I see in my miner .
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
Each pool uses its own code but the math is explained here: https://forum.grin.mw/t/on-dual-pow-graph-rates-gps-and-difficulty/2144
Zaven Zareyan
@ZZHeisenberg_twitter
Thank you, need to dig
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
yw
Andrew Chiw
@randomshinichi
Hi folks, I've been developing for blockchains for a few years already with QRL and aeternity, and recently I decided I should learn Rust - and I decided that grin might be a good excuse to learn Rust because I can't think of any software utils I need anymore! Just wanted to say hi whilst I get familiar with the code
Blade Doyle
@bladedoyle
Hi @randomshinichi Welcome. All of the grin development discussion is now on keybase in "grincoin" team
bitcodernull
@bitcodernull
Is grin v4 must use v3 api, v2 is obsolete
Keyboard Life
@keyboardlife_twitter
curl -0 -XPOST -u grin:password --data '{"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"get_status","params":{},"id":1}' http://127.0.0.1:3420/v3/owner
{
"error": {
"code": -32001,
"message": "Encryption must be enabled. Please call 'init_secure_api` first"
},
"id": "1",
"jsonrpc": "2.0"
}
I have tried and responsed
anyone knows how to fix the issue with init_secure_api
thanks
AJ
@guzzijones
oh everything is on keybase now
matrixbot
@matrixbot
dumdum101 AJ (Gitter): thnx