@quibus said in Qbundle: All-In-One (Wallet / Plotter / Miner) for Windows:
I will have notification popups in next version but i do not belive in a ban system on a local wallet.
Have now installed the latest version of Qbundle [v1.8], released yesterday. Just wanted to thank the Author for the overall stability... And added improvements! (as per GitHub).
@rabinovitch said in The PoCC Wallet Guide:
May be a little dumb question, but can my Windows wallet serve as online wallet from external Internet (with some port forwarding, of course)?
You need to change or add the following line in nxt.conf:
nxt.allowedBotHosts=127.0.0.1; localhost; [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1]; 10.1.1.111;
The first 3 entries are for access from localhost, the fourth is an example for a machine on your LAN (10.1.1.111).
In order to get into your LAN from the outside, you have to know your external IP address. If you don't have a static IP (usually only costlier business carriers have that) you need to have a dynamic dns entry, look up Dyn.com for an example.
Then you need to either
expose the 8125 port to the outside with a simple port forwarding on your router AND add 0.0.0.0/0 as the fourth entry in nxt.properties
or set up a little VPN in your internet router and your mobile workstation, so that your mobile acquires an additional ip from your home LAN and can talk to the wallet "locally" through the VPN. Much preferred - no others can tamper with your node this way.
near the bottom! but first you need to convert your cert to keystore.
(apache2 resp. reverse proxy is not needed.)
but I'm still fighting hard to get everything in mine working! and I feel like such a noob!!-/
@robel said in cant acces my wallet on desktop app qbundle:
man, read what is on screen : "downloading blockchain".
When the year-old block with your last transaction/blockforge comes around you'll see your balance. But you'll have to wait for a complete download to actually mine solo.
The Diff has increased twenty-fold during the last 12 months.
Depending on your plotted volume, a 0-100 pool might be of interest, but you need to set the reward recipient for that (again, complete chain needed - or use an online wallet).