Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.18.1
Old daemon and wallet version 0.17.0.1

FTCVanity.exe


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Markus1337” post=“5014” timestamp=“1369165388”]
    [quote author=UKMark link=topic=489.msg4908#msg4908 date=1369137655]
    v1.07 (v1.06 never made official release 🙂 )

    [b]Changelog:[/b]
    Added settings menu.
    Can now be configured to generate vanity addresses for Feathercoin, Litecoin & Bitcoin.
    Added [i]run once[/i] self configuration on first run, this is basically a short test to measure system performance of the PC FTCVanity is installed on. this is to enable trouble free operation even on the slowest of PC’s. < That’s the plan anyway 🙂
    Edit: Also vanitygen, vanitygen64 & oclvanitygen now start minimised, so if you wish to see progress output on longer patterns, etc, simply double click the black CMD window in the systray.

    Will update the Github source later on today, Download link updated in OP along with new screenshots added.
    [/quote] good work mate, keep going 😉
    [/quote]

    Just a few little buggy bug things left to sort and the jobs a gudun as they say in the trade, well the building trade anyway 🙂


  • | Tip UKMark

    v1.09

    [b]Changelog:[/b]

    99.9% bug free, I would say 100% but that would be tempting fate.
    Improved initial once only benchmarking configuration script to take an average over 5 iterations of the test, this gives a far more accurate result to enable configuration for system performance differences down to milliseconds.

    …And that’s it really, don’t think I can take this much further now, apart from maybe an auto import key feature, when/if the client becomes more accessible.

    Many thanks to everyone who contributed with feedback and a BIG thanks to Markus1337 for his bug reporting an improvement ideas/suggestions. 😎

    Enjoy! 🙂


  • Regular Member | Tip Markus1337

    [quote name=“UKMark” post=“5554” timestamp=“1369255415”]
    v1.09

    [b]Changelog:[/b]

    99.9% bug free, I would say 100% but that would be tempting fate.
    Improved initial once only benchmarking configuration script to take an average over 5 iterations of the test, this gives a far more accurate result to enable configuration for system performance differences down to milliseconds.

    …And that’s it really, don’t think I can take this much further now, apart from maybe an auto import key feature, when/if the client becomes more accessible.

    Many thanks to everyone who contributed with feedback and a BIG thanks to Markus1337 for his bug reporting an improvement ideas/suggestions. 😎

    Enjoy! 🙂
    [/quote] Very good job you did there Mark! OpenCL (GPU) seems stable for my PC and almost doubled the key/s rate compared to the CPU. Anyone interested it is really worth checking it out 😎


  • Spammer Banned | Tip Kevlar

    I was having some problems with 1.07, but 1.09 seems to be quite awesome.


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“Kevlar” post=“5882” timestamp=“1369342633”]
    I was having some problems with 1.07, but 1.09 seems to be quite awesome.
    [/quote]

    Brilliant news, thanks for the FB 😎


  • | Tip UKMark

    Looks like v1.10 is just around the corner…

    [img]http://mtgoxlagometer.herobo.com/bug.PNG[/img]

    While this does not affect functionality, its a tad confusing to say the least 😃

    I simply forgot to add the $name variable to the error message box, I will sort and push later! 😎


  • | Tip UKMark

    v1.10 ^^Above minor bug now fixed:

    [img]http://mtgoxlagometer.herobo.com/buggone.PNG[/img]

    That makes a bit more sense now 🙂

    OP installer.exe link updated, I will update source later on today.


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    If a wallet is encrypted, type in the console before importing a private key:

    [code]walletpassphrase YourPassword Seconds[/code]

    Unlocks the wallet for a number of seconds specified, continue with importprivkey as usual.
    dumpprivkey shows it for a given address, proceed as above for encrypted wallets.


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“ghostlander” post=“6203” timestamp=“1369430629”]
    If a wallet is encrypted, type in the console before importing a private key:

    [code]walletpassphrase YourPassword Seconds[/code]

    Unlocks the wallet for a number of seconds specified, continue with importprivkey as usual.
    dumpprivkey shows it for a given address, proceed as above for encrypted wallets.
    [/quote]

    Awesome! thanks for this, I don’t suppose you know of way to import into the client (not daemon) via cmd and without setting it up as a server? I just want to fully offer a one app does all tbh without too much user intervention…


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    Hmm, didn’t try it that way…


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“ghostlander” post=“6318” timestamp=“1369476277”]
    Hmm, didn’t try it that way…
    [/quote]

    No worries, I have tried various routes and always come up blank on this. 😞

    Anyway I have added your useful info to the OP, thanks again for sharing! 😎


  • Banned | Tip jamesgarfield

    Does this actually work?


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“jamesgarfield” post=“6557” timestamp=“1369538441”]
    Does this actually work?
    [/quote]

    It works for me and others…If you are having issues then post below…


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    [b]“This installation requires Windows Vista/7/8. Installation cannot continue.”[/b]

    That sucks very much.


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“ghostlander” post=“8375” timestamp=“1370015942”]
    [b]“This installation requires Windows Vista/7/8. Installation cannot continue.”[/b]

    That sucks very much.
    [/quote]

    It was never tested on XP so I removed it from the installer configuration, but you are welcome to try:

    Let me know…

    Edit: [Link Removed] Doesn’t work on XP or 2003


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    I’m on 2003 R2 x64, though XP is not much different when it comes to desktop use. The installation is quick and easy now.

    [img]http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/8084/ftcvanity.png[/img]

    I guess there must be some kind of logo. In general, works fine.

    [b]“ERROR!! FALSE POSITIVE DETECTED!!”[/b]

    Yep, me knows how to screw up software 🙂


  • | Tip UKMark

    I take it I was right with just allowing Vista, 7 & 8 then 😉
    Weird how the logo won’t display, as the Background and Logo are both base64 :-\
    Oh well thanks for testing, looks like it will have to suck though. 🙂


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    Well, it generates addresses/keys on my 2003 actually. The client validates them with no problem. I’ve catched a few false positives while playing with some weird patterns such as 71/72/73. If you fix the logo thing, it’s all right.


  • | Tip UKMark

    [quote name=“ghostlander” post=“8396” timestamp=“1370025438”]
    Well, it generates addresses/keys on my 2003 actually. The client validates them with no problem. I’ve catched a few false positives while playing with some weird patterns such as 71/72/73. If you fix the logo thing, it’s all right.
    [/quote]

    Arrr yeah 7’s they are a bit hit and miss 🙂

    OK, I [i]think[/i] it may be a .png problem as that is the only noticiable difference between both images (BG & Logo), so I have updated the Logo to a gif - Base64 so it is now exactly the same as the Matrix background.
    Other than that I am totally lost as I don’t have the means to debug this solo 😞

    Anyway, fingers crossed:

    [url=https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5rwxlWy7MtLT2RwMHJncTZsR1U/edit?usp=sharing]FTCVanity_v1.10_XP_Test_v2.exe
    [/url]
    Let me know…


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    No difference, must be something else. Although you can simply remove it for the XP/2003 build.

    [img]http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/2586/ftcvanity2.png[/img]

    I guess that’s because I’m using 120 DPI fonts while most people are comfortable with 96 DPI ones, but you can add some bottom space to the Settings window anyway.