November 17, 2018 at 11:48 am #5083
I am trying to install this for Karbowanec (cryptonote-based) coin, but it keeps giving the ‘WARNING Authorization required (ip.address:port)’ on my console where I am hosting the wallet. It seems to detect the connection but it’s not working for authorization.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.November 19, 2018 at 12:27 pm #5090
Thanks for letting me know.
I have not tested the adapter with this particular wallet.
Once I do I will let you know what I found here.
with regardsNovember 21, 2018 at 12:25 pm #5099
Any updates on this issue please? we need to decide if this plugin is the best suit for our business atm.November 21, 2018 at 12:27 pm #5100
No, unfortunately I am not able to work on this at the moment.
To be clear, this will not be very soon, because I am busy with other tasks related to the plugin.
with regardsNovember 22, 2018 at 3:32 pm #5101
Sure Alex, I know you are busy.
So I did a little bit of investigation and found out that some cryptonote based wallets such as Karbowanec and Elya does not have the “get_accounts” rpc command.
How can I replace/fix this?
These are the RPC commands available on Karbowanec (https://github.com/seredat/karbowanec/wiki/RPC-Wallet-API)
Get view key
Get spend keys
Get block hashes
Get transaction hashes
Get unconfirmed transaction hashes
Send fusion transaction
Validate addressNovember 23, 2018 at 8:38 am #5103
Thank you for providing this additional info. The situation is this:
The Monero coin adapter relies heavily on the subaddresses feature which was introduced in Monero, but is not available in vanilla Cryptonote. Therefore, the coin adapter will only work with forks that have subaddresses. This includes many, but not all Cryptonote wallets.
Unfortunately you will not be able to use karbowanec wallet with this coin adapter at this time.
with regardsMarch 31, 2021 at 5:39 pm #10307LeinAdParticipant
hey there. ok this topic is for all “bytecoin” forks.. what do you think alex? can you support with wallet6?April 1, 2021 at 4:28 am #10309
The upcoming wallets6 is not about providing any new features: It is a consolidation effort of the existing features, into a new codebase that will be of higher quality in terms of UI performance, documentation, readability, maintainability, better unit testing, better static code analysis, automated integration testing, etc.
So, at this time, I am not able to work on any new features. Here is my plan going forward:
I am currently completing the core plugin, and beginning changes to the extensions.
When this is done (around summertime), I will release the changes and I will allocate some time towards bug fixing. With any new software release there are always integration issues that are not discovered until after release, and it should take about a month to sort these out.
Hopefully by autumn time the first bugs will be ironed out.
Then I will focus my efforts towards an ERC-20 adapter which is what everybody is waiting for.
So it is unlikely that I will be able to look at other coins or other features this year.
This is why I am only responding to defects and other issues with the existing products, as they arise.
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