2015-1-28ELMato bitscape 总结T-shirts销售情况。
Slow but steady... Everyone in the US who ordered should now have received their shirts!wackou (Excoin)blackwavelabs 38PTSWarrior vikram
We welcome photos of you representing BitShares in your new T-Shirts!
Hopefully everyone who hasn't ordered yet will soon be getting envious, and we'll see some more orders.
I would think that everyone trying to make a BitShares Meetup showing in english speaking regions would be wanting to gear up!
If you want to order T-Shirts in quantity just PM me and I'll generate an order and shipping quote for you manually until we get the quantity / shipping logic worked out.
More products in the pipeline!
This might be a particular crash that we've been seeing reports of for a while. I've put in a workaround that will be in the next version 0.6.0.
If you want to try right now, you can try going into your BitShares data-directory and deleting ONLY the folder "peers.leveldb". If you do that, let us know if it fixes the problem.
I don't know how this is occurring or why you don't get a bigger error message with the full error details, and I have not been able to reproduce this.fuzzydelegate.nathanhourt.com(modprobe)
I think you will have to wait and see if this still happens in the next release 0.6.0, and if so--we will track down the full details of the error and what could be causing it.
This error is shown when LevelDB throws an error saying the database is locked by another process. The LOCK files in the _db folders do not appear to get deleted by LevelDB under any circumstances (which is weird) and deleting them has no apparent effect.
In practice, the GUI will *only* show this error if the CLI client is running with the data dir the GUI intends to use; when another instance of the GUI is running, it's smart enough to just bring up the old instance of the GUI rather than trying to start a second one and running into this issue.
Are you sure you don't have a CLI client running somewhere?
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