I think I need a couple of burst coins to get me started.
minorminerman last edited by minorminerman
New miner here! Thanks in advance to any donors.
Propagandalf last edited by Propagandalf
@minorminerman Welcome! You sure you posted your address correctly? I was going to send you a few coins, but wallet told me that your address is malformed.
I see it is correct in your signature, but incorrect in your actual post
Sent the coins. Remember to set a name on your account to make it more secure.
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@Propagandalf Humble apologies. Schoolboy error there. Edited the "S" to the correct "5"
Thank you very much Prop!
@minorminerman You're welcome. I'm sure you will have a million questions about mining as you progress. Best way is to try (and fail), read up on the forums, and ask if you get stuck. Good luck!
@Propagandalf Thank you sir. I'm mining right now, but don't expect to gain many bursts due to my relatively small HDD space. At least it's a start.
I am however having trouble with the AIO Client (which I'm running on windows 10), where it simply doesn't show anything inside the main window when I select the local or the online wallet. So I have to use the one through my web browser (Chrome).
I did send you a burst back BTW. Hopefully 1 of many.
@minorminerman Hmm, have you installed java and internet explorer? It has been a long time since troubleshooting the AIO wallet, but I think it runs on IE. When you press local it is supposed to present you with a text telling you to wait up to several minutes for java to load.
@Propagandalf I uninstalled IE a while ago as I use Chrome instead. I have installed Java and thought maybe I should reinstall the 64 bit version (which I did) and that changed nothing. So I guess I'll reinstall IE although I'm not sure why the AIO client should require you to have IE installed.
Saying that, the online wallet can be accessed through the Chrome browser. So that's what I've been doing.
@minorminerman Right, well the online browser can be accessed on any browser locally, since it is basically like running your wallet on an external server's browser (but secure of course). I think the AIO wallet uses IE because of accessability reasons, since it is more likely that people across the world have IE installed on their system from before.
Try installing IE and see if the local wallet works.
I just thought I'd update my problem with the fact that I do have and always did have IE installed on Win 10 it's a default app. I simply didn't know it, because I use chrome.
The AIO client isn't working for me. I am met with a 504 bad gateway time-out error message. Also I cannot access the online wallet either through this link link text
So I just downloaded the other AIO app to check my wallet as the official one doesn't work, and it says that I now have 0 burst and 0 transactions even though that's not true. I had 6 burst with numerous transactions the last time I checked.
What is going on, do you know?
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@minorminerman the 504 bad gateway time-out error message is due to the online wallet being down for whatever reason. If you are running a local wallet and you see 0 transaction where you know it's not the case, that's just because your wallet is not up to date yet. Your DB still has to catch up to the current block.
@vExact Oh I see. Thank you for explaining it to me.