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Got it to compile, and it executes, but I need to actually use it with a card that has compute 3.0 ability :)

It's hard-coded to mine at, apparently, by the way. I'd alter it to accept url etc. parameters . . .

Was able to get my build working by forcing SPHLIB.

Please clarify what that means/how you do that? Maybe you could post a .rar archive of your project files?

No offence, but why post it with a newbie account...

with 0 tax ...... so weired

Perhaps after bigger fish.  Running a binary file from an unknown source is probably the most dangerous thing you can do.  At the very least I'd only run this binary on a computer with a throw-away Windows install connected to a completely separate network from my other machines and then only if I felt this binary would return a substantial profit vs other avenues.

If you're getting something for free you'd otherwise need to pay for you're not the customer you're the product.

I gotta agree with this.

Screw reverse-engineering this. I am not going to try to patch it to mine to some other address--I had thought of establishing a donation address that way, to fund developing an open-source Windows compile (for example by mining five percent of the time to the donation address), but I'm not going to bother. And I am not going to run this executable.

If someone very expert with reverse-engineering/computer forensics wants to make sure this executable does nothing malicious, and/or patch it to mine to a donation address for the purpose I mention, I'd welcome that.

I'm trying your solution, archit.

It expects YASM to be at:

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-- I suggest adjusting the path to be relative, with that yasm folder, I don't know--as a subfolder of the project?

I get the project to load without complaint after downloading this, which I assume is the version of YASM you downloaded:

--but to get it to load (I don't know how to change the expected path--amateur, here!) I had to make a "Downloads" subfolder in the project, extract yasm under that subfolder, and then map a K: network drive to my own computer (at \\myCompyName\C$\CudaPTS\Downloads). A ridiculous cluge, but it works.

I assume this is the correct version of Boost for my setup (using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012--which is actually version 11 of Visual Studio (brilliant, isn't it?) --

-- so I'm obtaining that, and trying to integrate it, and we'll see what happens . . .

Okay, no, really, seriously, I'll get to those paltry donations :) When I do, I'll edit this post to say: [Date blah blah blah--sent.]

It's just that I've been forced to re-download the Bitcoin and Protoshares blockchains, so that I can't send any transactions from my personal wallets, yet. Ah, snap! Maybe I can make use of the git repository donschoe posted . . .

MemoryCoin / Re: [CMO] Vote for stalemate
« on: January 09, 2014, 05:14:52 pm »
Please explain the double-check system. Would this be a multiple-signature transaction, meaning that for an output to be spent, two or more parties would have to sign the transaction? I think that is badly needed for project organization, including around ProtoShares. I was just thinking how useful that might be. If you can quickly organize coders/resources to create a tool that will do that, you'll have as much of my support as I can muster . . .

Any help with the compiler errors I listed?

Archit, how did you get it to compile in Visual Studio 12?

dga, how did you discover what code abc123 changed? And I'd really rather the latter open source however the hockeysticks he got that (apparently modded) compile . . .

abc123, if you're reading this, any help on how to get it to compile?

abc123, brother (or sister), I'm all for you taking a tax, but I hope you'll open up your source code reasonably soon enough. For all I know, you've learned from the compile errors which I and others posted in this thread:

-- and now you alone are taking a "tax" for it. It's not even clear how this tax is levied. (Or, for that matter, whether it installs a secret back-door that harvests wallet.dat files and sends them to you.) Does the miner stop mining at the address given on the command line for half an hour per day, and switch to mine to your address?

Ha! Guess what? I'm gonna bitch-slap you. I'll find the address you hard-coded (wherever its hiding in the binary), paste in my own address, and post it with my SOB story, begging for folks to post a wee bit 'o pittance for my efforts to me -- by mining with it.

Yeah, baby! If you can't beat the closed-source grubbers, join 'em . . .

The following is unscrupulously copied/pasted from my erred compile attempt on Cygwin. I "boostrapped" and compiled the boost library from source, and I don't know whether I did that properly. Also, I'm reading in some places that cygwin won't compile with Windows' network sockets, and that boosts' sockets (?) will more reliably compile and work? I don't know how to switch things around to make that the case. At least its' compiling .o files, though . . .

[Edit: oops! posted that as "code," heh heh]

Also, I've installed MSVC express (which I'm not actually sure cygwin is using?) and CUDA Toolkit 5.5, and I set the paths for those before invoking the cygwin shell, with the following batch:

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REM A lot of prerequisites, including installing boost on cygwin; re:

@echo off
call "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\Tools\vsvars32.bat"
REM start cmd /c "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\IDE\WDExpress.exe"

REM Additional environment variables for UCDA/MSVC/GCC compilation;
REM re:
REM OR, adapted:

PATH=%PATH%;C:\Program Files\NVIDIA GPU Computing Toolkit\CUDA\v5.5\bin
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=C:\Program Files\NVIDIA GPU Computing Toolkit\CUDA\v5.5\bin

REM On 32-bit OS:
REM chdir C:\cygwin\bin
REM On 64-bit OS:
chdir C:\cygwin64\bin
bash --login -i


(Address in my sig.)

Keyhotee / Re: Keyhotee Status Update
« on: January 06, 2014, 03:52:55 pm »
Can someone please explain in depth how to actually install Keyhotee from here? I want to install to be able to register my Founders ID. I dont know what I am missing but I find it hard to find the right information to be able simply to install it. Do I have to compile the program? How do I do that? Cus I can not find any .exe. Thanks

It may depend on what platform you're running it on. I just extracted the .zip archive on Windows and then double-clicked Keyhotee.exe.

Sorry to say they may be paltry tips, but I'll get to them . . .

General Discussion / Re: Transition from PTS to Bitshares
« on: January 06, 2014, 03:49:57 pm »
Quote from: liquiddrool
Earthbound like the game Mother 2?  If so, bomb

Yes, exactly like that, or that's certainly one thing in mind.  8)

(Although of course the word has meanings all its own apart from that.)

Keyhotee / Re: Keyhotee Founder ID Registration Process
« on: January 06, 2014, 03:45:16 pm »
I got a test message from Public Key 8f7Wepj8NEejZ9AkEDCaZZwkxxLPhDwhtdBSrv1vw4uvThvfi1 and It is Signed  Sy so that must be you. But no name is displayed.

Yep that's me and since you can't register without being a founder afaik all your messages should be from one. My guess is that the adresses aren't in the genesis block yet (that's why we all are doing this) so the names just aren't there to begin with.

Yeah that's what I think to. But do you see my name? Bitcoin3D. I am a Founder.

Am i right in thinking only Founders have valid keys to test with and therefore if its working (and it is we have swapped messages) then i think we are good?

I see now everyone one gets a play :-) how do we know if our founders ID has been correctly registered as it seems to act and appear the same as a non founder id?

When you select a Founder ID under Contacts, if it's registered it says so, on a dark green background. It also says "Keyhotee Founder" on a gold background.

General Discussion / Re: Associated Press, DAC
« on: January 06, 2014, 12:19:39 am »


Apparently I either don't know all there is to know about ProtoShares, or everything there is to know about it has not yet been revealed . . . please point me to the right sources (if applicable) for anything I'm missing.

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