Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.18.1
Old daemon and wallet version

Even less internets than normal!!

  • administrators | Tip uncle_muddy

    Well thats torn it!! We moved into our new place over the weekend 😃 Internet not being connected till the 26th 😞
    At least at the old place I had a connection

    Will check in when I can, but don’t expect to much already got through my data allowance for the month on my phone, so back on the 3G dongle :rage4:

  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    good luck with you new home and the internet connection 🙂

  • administrators | Tip MrWyrm

    Hey UM, welcome back.

  • administrators | Tip uncle_muddy

    Hey all, was brought back with a bump yesterday…

    Unfortunatly we had a server error that we where unable to fully recover from 😞 The result is a few lost posts from the restore process. But rest assured that we have taken steps forward to better protect ourselves from this happeneing again and provide us with more restore points should it happen.


  • Moderators | Tip wrapper

    I thought it was quick work, I don’t think we missed much, except, Wellenreiter packaging the lizi’s new version.

    Well done on the back-ups success though.

    I was just about to post my guide to ftc mine on sgminer. I managed to get an improved neoscrypt kernel that makes the linux performance nearly as good as windows version. I’m will fork sgminer, and add / document the option of choosing between the (4) known neoscrypt kernel versions.

    It’s been great to have things quiet, but still keep all the necessary infrastructure in place and maintain a secure coin with all the work that has already been done with the minimum of “extra” work. The forum is an important historical document and information resource.

    The linux version of sgminer (I’m just testing now) just needs a “package built” and have an easy download, on an announce thread with my guide, which is already in note form.

    very hard / proprietary and the closest to Satoshi’s original vision of a distributed network.

    A review and similar guide and download page (link from front page) for the windows version, but I would rather we make sure they are compiled securely.