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Offline glitchboy

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Did you get reply from mmc-wallet.com?
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It shows that my payment was sent, however i didnt receive anything...  :o

It has passed over 2 hours already.
Have you looked up the transaction id on block explorer?

This is the reply I got from pool administrator:

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Hello!
 
Do you use mmc-wallet.com? Looks like mmc-wallet.com and chainbrowser.com skipped many blocks recently:
http://imgur.com/apb9Clj (blocks 5070-5088) You transaction has been included to the block #5076.
 
You should contact a support of mmc-wallet.com.

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It shows that my payment was sent, however i didnt receive anything...  :o

It has passed over 2 hours already.
Have you looked up the transaction id on block explorer?

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It shows that my payment was sent, however i didnt receive anything...  :o

It has passed over 2 hours already.

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Also, I do not understand why it shows that proof of work gets approved, but at the 'backoffice' nothing changes for hours.
There are currently no statistics on how much data you have sent from the last block. Therefore, you just need to wait until the pool finds the next block and you will be able to see the results of your work. If the miner says "Accepted", it means that the pool has saved your share and it won't be lost.
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Is it allowed to make multiple miners under same e-wallet adress?

I know some other coins allow ADRESS.worker1

Also, I do not understand why it shows that proof of work gets approved, but at the 'backoffice' nothing changes for hours.
« Last Edit: January 04, 2014, 05:50:05 pm by dimiro »


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Somewhat at a loss here, I setup MMC-Pool per wiki and all I am getting is 401 errors.

I changed my wallet address to my blockchain but still nothing.

Anything else I should be looking for when I see 401 errors?

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HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
json_rpc_call failed, retry after 10 seconds

I also tried to re-download the mmcminer client however the link appears to be dead.
Ouch! Fixed!  :-[

Hoping to get this working on a small machine before I change over 4P system from F@H to this.
Error 401 means that you use invalid wallet address as username. What's your address?

15N5jUVniiABxPwAJop3DiKP86g3fd9uuc
Wallets.
http://mmcwiki.com/#wallet

Yeah that was my bad, I grabbed the wrong wallet code (Have a few). Everything is up and running. Will change my 4P over probably next week or something.

Thanks again for the assistance.

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Somewhat at a loss here, I setup MMC-Pool per wiki and all I am getting is 401 errors.

I changed my wallet address to my blockchain but still nothing.

Anything else I should be looking for when I see 401 errors?

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HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
json_rpc_call failed, retry after 10 seconds

I also tried to re-download the mmcminer client however the link appears to be dead.
Ouch! Fixed!  :-[

Hoping to get this working on a small machine before I change over 4P system from F@H to this.
Error 401 means that you use invalid wallet address as username. What's your address?

15N5jUVniiABxPwAJop3DiKP86g3fd9uuc
Wallets.
http://mmcwiki.com/#wallet

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15N5jUVniiABxPwAJop3DiKP86g3fd9uuc
It's a Bitcoin address. You should provide MemoryCoin 2.0 address.

Sigh, I grabbed the wrong one. Well at least it was a simple fix for a bonehead move on my part.

Thanks~

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15N5jUVniiABxPwAJop3DiKP86g3fd9uuc
It's a Bitcoin address. You should provide MemoryCoin 2.0 address.
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Somewhat at a loss here, I setup MMC-Pool per wiki and all I am getting is 401 errors.

I changed my wallet address to my blockchain but still nothing.

Anything else I should be looking for when I see 401 errors?

Code: [Select]
HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
json_rpc_call failed, retry after 10 seconds

I also tried to re-download the mmcminer client however the link appears to be dead.
Ouch! Fixed!  :-[

Hoping to get this working on a small machine before I change over 4P system from F@H to this.
Error 401 means that you use invalid wallet address as username. What's your address?

15N5jUVniiABxPwAJop3DiKP86g3fd9uuc