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    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    And also let us know if you can't break it!
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    @Tbaut it segfaults :(
    i can try to trace it
    @Tbaut im on linux btw
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    nice! you have parity on the machine already right?
    did you try the AppImage or the archive?
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    deb & AppImage
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    what version of Parity?
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    2.3
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    I had problem yesterday with the beta
    Fether installs stable 2.2.7 if you have nothing, but would take 2.3 if it's there
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    i think it would be best to bundle Parity-Ethereum with app probably
    Or maybe do some setup wizz
    as for node it runs fine
    i have both tracing / light nodes
    though not running at same time
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    yup bundling is planned, just not done yet but it's getting higher in the prio list!
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    Also is it decided for use of any UI frameworks? I could probably do the migration
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    When you say segfault, what happens exactly, any error you can copy/paste?
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    --- SIGSEGV {si_signo=SIGSEGV, si_code=SEGV_ACCERR, si_addr=0xa4fa30} --- +++ killed by SIGSEGV (core dumped) +++ Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    this is relevant part of strace output i think
    when run normally its just : Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    you see that in the console when launching Fether?
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    yep
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    what distro is that?
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    Ubuntu 18.10
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    tested on Linux mint without any issue :( can you open an issue on our Github please https://github.com/paritytech/fether/issues/new
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    sure, i will look into this more closely later aswell :)
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    we rebuilt them
    Arkadiusz Szaleniec
    @deepinit-arek
    @Tbaut i check it - the same, but i have this problem even with v0.1.1 so it has to be something else
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    oh
    roninkaizen
    @roninkaizen

    good morning
    i need to know where to find the mentioned config file
    @parity/light.js
    i need to configure fether for main-net-usage

    any idea?

    joshua-mir
    @joshua-mir
    @roninkaizen you should be able to just pass the --chain foundation flag to fether and it will be passed on to the node in the background (mainnet usage isn't really recommended yet).
    Probably should also explicitly add --light
    roninkaizen
    @roninkaizen
    i did it,
    --chain foundation was enough - thanks a lot
    roninkaizen
    @roninkaizen
    i managed to transfer,
    which was intended,
    new way, but functional and working with my standard node
    roninkaizen
    @roninkaizen

    thanks for providing so functional software
    over such a long period of time,

    yesterday i introduced several people into usage of substrate,
    which was funny and productive as well

    as a long term user of your software i am still always thankfull for all of your hard work
    joshua-mir
    @joshua-mir
    🙏
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    :thumbsup:
    Who Has Cucked Today?
    @Xavier96660908_twitter
    Is it possible to access Parity wallet on command line?
    David Mondrus
    @mondrus
    Hello folks.
    how do we enable/add tokens to a Feather wallet? Kind of important since UI isn't being maintained at the moment and the .exe is no longer supporting any UI.
    who's idea was that btw?
    joshua-mir
    @joshua-mir
    @mondrus fether is still in beta and that feature remains unimplemented currently. you can use alternatives like myetherwallet or MyCrypto that already support custom tokens if it's urgent. Re: the depreciation of the Parity UI - https://www.parity.io/parity-ethereum-2-0/ it was removed from the node to increase maintainability - because it was designed as part of the node it is unfeasible to maintain on its own. Hence fether being very simple and completely separate.
    David Mondrus
    @mondrus
    yeah, I liked the meteor/react setup. Really wish you guys would've kept it. It was nice
    Thibaut Sardan
    @Tbaut
    FYI @mondrus starting with the v0.3 (next version planed to be out sometime at the end of march) we'll most probably use this list: https://github.com/ethereum-lists/tokens Make sure your token is part of it and it'll be discoverable then
    yewi2
    @yewi2
    Hardware wallet support would be amazing paritytech/fether#503