Well from reading here:
and a little general knowledge about daemons.
I’m “guessing” that having the daemon on just means it’ll shove feathercoind into a service. Most likely irrelevant for you and I though.
And the port can be whatever you want as far as I know, I used this as my .conf when I was solo mining for a little while:
But, I’ve not encountered any stability issues using Windows 8 and feathercoin-qt. x:
Edit: Unless I’m just skim reading too quickly, the documentation for Feathercoin(-qt) isn’t too helpful either. https://github.com/FeatherCoin/FeatherCoin/tree/master/doc
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Receiving and error from Google Drive:
Sorry, you can’t view or download this file at this time.
Too many users have viewed or downloaded this file recently. Please try accessing the file again later. If the file you are trying to access is particularly large or is shared with many people, it may take up to 24 hours to be able to view or download the file. If you still can’t access a file after 24 hours, contact your domain administrator.
Due to the sudden influx of interest in FTC/BTC/LTC/Other digital currencies cgminer has stood proud as THE miner to use, and due to this gain in popularity the host is being hit bigtime with large volumes of traffic. ( ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/â€Ž has been down for 24 hours now )
Likewise again with the miner hosted on this site (or rather, through this site). Google and many other filesharing sites (Dropbox included) get picky when they notice high volumes of traffic on ‘free’ files on their servers.
You can either wait it out, or take the risk of a miner hosted elsewhere.
Once the kolivas site goes back up I intend to clone it and most likely host it through dropbox or another such site. Yes it’s probably deemed as unnecessary load, but having access to local copies of the clients has already helped me and a few friends.