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  • in reply to: Startup problems #7732
    chuupa
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    Ok, seems there was a problem, I only see the PS note I wrote to my last answer. My whole main message is gone, do not know what I did this time, lol, so in short words again, I think I found a possible problem, your plugin writes the 8332 port in the copy/paste. But daemon writes always 8333. So I checked and tried if the core itself has access to one of this port, both are blocked, I have to wait for the owner of the internet to open the ports and will let you know here, could be nice info for others who have the same problem. As my router does not have these ports open by default, sure others too. Maybe short info about the difference between the port numbers mentioned above. Thanks for letting me bother. Nice day to everybody

    in reply to: Startup problems #7721
    chuupa
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    I forgot, I did not “xx” out something as I will change everything as soon as I can get it to work. Thx

    in reply to: Startup problems #7695
    chuupa
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    Hello Alex, thx so much for answering and sorry for the late view. I was waiting on my actual email for a response (which I did not use here, lol, of course, had to be so)
    My questions did mostly resolve themselves in the meantime, found everything out, except it does not work. Here is what I did and what happened.
    1. it is around the 6th time I installed the core. First, it was ready but the harddisk showed only around 10gb instead of 280 like announced at install. I got nervous and did it again, really fast hard disk goes up to 120Gb, so I thought everything fine, but got stuck on 2 years 30 weeks left sync with no movement, nothing helps, no reboot, so deinstall again and so on a couple of times until I found out that you can not interrupt the program (like it happens a lot here in D.R. because of power failure. So, this time I connect to a USP power backup, but again some try to get it running with my website.

    2. At this moment I am stuck at copy text from your plugin to bitcoin.conf in AppData- roaming -bitcoin. I can save the file, on start daemon, the line shows as read without error and commands prompt starts to print out 1000s of lines to sync. (this time I did not start the windows interface only the command prompt)
    on refresh website then, the error message does not disappear. I don’t know, but I found a difference in your video and my site text to copy. in the video you mention rpcuser and rpcpassword, while on the website it says rpcauth=admin:aaacccd00ssblablabla…etc, I tried both ways, split like in your video related to what I filled out on settings onsite with rpcuser and rpcpassword, as also the same way as it shows on settings page. both ways no success until now. I attached what I can see, maybe you can tell me the mistake I did.
    3. Something I don’t understand and maybe that’s the problem, is that I have to put in the IP of the daemon, which is the IP from the pc I installed the bitcoin core and running right now. But on the conf text to copy, that IP does not show up. How does the website know this address? Or better, that IP is a typical home network IP not the public ID which I never got asked for.
    4. Regarding exchange extension, I still have the old version from my first membership here, as soon as I get it running, I play around and let you know. Mostly the reason for the need is, that we purchased some ASIC miners and I want to sell some of the production here in D.R. just for a special group of friends, and for my partner in England, so more easy to interchange with our own wallets with the lowest cost.
    If you could find me a solution would be very much appreciated and again thank you very much for helping
    (I xxxed some sensible data on the screenshot)

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