Author Topic: Electrum-LTC - Lightweight Litecoin Wallet  (Read 117325 times)

Offline nogreedy

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #75 on: April 16, 2014, 11:12:00 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
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$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start

done :)

Edit: any update for the reported bugs ? I am waiting for a final version working client to write about on my blog
That's great you tried, test this app and maintain a server... More than this, your blog is very interesting.
http://www.mmitech.info/
But why do you want to wait when you know all the potential of this app?
Bitcoin magazine haven't waited and talked about it since April 12th...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12300/litecoin-electrum-beta-testing/

Offline warren

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #76 on: April 17, 2014, 09:12:56 AM »
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/electrum-ltc-server
Electrum LTC Server ops, please subscribe to this announce-only mailing list to receive notifications when you are required to upgrade the server.  This is very important to keep the servers running in the long-term.

Offline mmitech

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #77 on: April 17, 2014, 10:02:36 AM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start

done :)

Edit: any update for the reported bugs ? I am waiting for a final version working client to write about on my blog
That's great you tried, test this app and maintain a server... More than this, your blog is very interesting.
http://www.mmitech.info/
But why do you want to wait when you know all the potential of this app?
Bitcoin magazine haven't waited and talked about it since April 12th...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12300/litecoin-electrum-beta-testing/

Cool... I will do in the next couple of days :)

Offline mmitech

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #78 on: April 17, 2014, 06:52:03 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start

done :)

Edit: any update for the reported bugs ? I am waiting for a final version working client to write about on my blog
That's great you tried, test this app and maintain a server... More than this, your blog is very interesting.
http://www.mmitech.info/
But why do you want to wait when you know all the potential of this app?
Bitcoin magazine haven't waited and talked about it since April 12th...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12300/litecoin-electrum-beta-testing/

here is the article you asked for http://www.mmitech.info/?p=105

Offline Anthony85

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #79 on: April 17, 2014, 07:13:50 PM »
good job guys!

Offline nogreedy

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #80 on: April 17, 2014, 10:03:20 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start

done :)

Edit: any update for the reported bugs ? I am waiting for a final version working client to write about on my blog
That's great you tried, test this app and maintain a server... More than this, your blog is very interesting.
http://www.mmitech.info/
But why do you want to wait when you know all the potential of this app?
Bitcoin magazine haven't waited and talked about it since April 12th...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12300/litecoin-electrum-beta-testing/

here is the article you asked for http://www.mmitech.info/?p=105

That's great, thanks.
Now, perhaps your Slovenian compatriot will buy an other Tesla with LTC using Electrum (and will add LTC to Bitstamp BTW)   ;)
https://twitter.com/mmitech/status/452763230985650177

Offline mmitech

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #81 on: April 17, 2014, 11:01:05 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start

done :)

Edit: any update for the reported bugs ? I am waiting for a final version working client to write about on my blog
That's great you tried, test this app and maintain a server... More than this, your blog is very interesting.
http://www.mmitech.info/
But why do you want to wait when you know all the potential of this app?
Bitcoin magazine haven't waited and talked about it since April 12th...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/12300/litecoin-electrum-beta-testing/

here is the article you asked for http://www.mmitech.info/?p=105

That's great, thanks.
Now, perhaps your Slovenian compatriot will buy an other Tesla with LTC using Electrum (and will add LTC to Bitstamp BTW)   ;)
https://twitter.com/mmitech/status/452763230985650177

Next time I see him I will make sure to let him know ;)  BTW bitstamp (Nejc) never said they wont add LTC... they just never talked publicly about it.....

maybe more of you should ask for it ? now you can do it:  [email protected] 

Offline koddos

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #82 on: April 18, 2014, 03:40:20 PM »
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/electrum-ltc-server
Electrum LTC Server ops, please subscribe to this announce-only mailing list to receive notifications when you are required to upgrade the server.  This is very important to keep the servers running in the long-term.

Subscribed and deployed a server :)

Offline caramelite

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #83 on: April 18, 2014, 05:10:26 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start
Server update successful !
I have some maintenance to do on it right now, it will take a few hours.
Also, I'm switching the ports to non defaults : I've set up a Bitcoin Electrum server on the same IP, so the Litecoin one will be listening on ports 8083,8084,50003,50004.
Maybe the git conf.sample should be changed, to avoid confusion for future server providers  -probably BTC electrum server admins will be OK to add a LTC one.

Offline Carnth

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #84 on: April 18, 2014, 07:36:56 PM »
I deployed an Electrum server.

So far so good!

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #85 on: April 18, 2014, 08:03:04 PM »
Server operators:

We are ready to move to our own IRC channel, #electrum-ltc on Freenode. This will allow us more freedom of movement and will help people differentiate this Litecoin fork from the original project. (And yes, we are going to have our own bot soon.)

Please sync your server code with the git repo and restart the server. This is very simple to do:
Code: [Select]
$ cd electrum-server
$ git pull
$ ./stop
$ ./start
Server update successful !
I have some maintenance to do on it right now, it will take a few hours.
Also, I'm switching the ports to non defaults : I've set up a Bitcoin Electrum server on the same IP, so the Litecoin one will be listening on ports 8083,8084,50003,50004.
Maybe the git conf.sample should be changed, to avoid confusion for future server providers  -probably BTC electrum server admins will be OK to add a LTC one.


For some reason, I cannot connect over SSL or HTTPS (50004/8084) with my electrum-ltc client (I just updated it). The SSL just doesn't connect, and the HTTPS switches to HTTP.
TCP and HTTP (50003/8083) are working fine. Only the SSL refuses to connect. I think the bug could be on the client side, as the server is displaying correct logs
I'm investigating this case and will report when sorted

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[18/04/2014-21:48:20] Starting Electrum server on x.x.x.x
[18/04/2014-21:48:20] Database version 3
[18/04/2014-21:48:20] Blockchain height 551608
[18/04/2014-21:48:20] UTXO tree root hash: 30d4331f6c39be33395b5adb3a418fca0407fc6195998554623f3d184eba1f66
[18/04/2014-21:48:20] Coins in database: 2757974567549269
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] Blockchain is up to date.
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] Memory pool initialized.
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] joining IRC
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] TCP server started on port 50003
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] SSL server started on port 50004
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] HTTP server started.
[18/04/2014-21:48:21] HTTPS server started.
[18/04/2014-21:48:31] blockchain: 551609 (0.003s)
[18/04/2014-21:48:42] blockchain: 551610 (0.299s)
[18/04/2014-21:49:12] blockchain: 551611 (0.054s)
[18/04/2014-21:49:16] HTTP sPNArtEqpMS4EVP5FHAg4sPoykw                                None   1 1.9.8.1
[18/04/2014-21:53:28] HTTP kaSdDnH3puJNgvw6FgqKitLVQp2                                None   1 1.9.8.1
Exception in thread Thread-86:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 808, in __bootstrap_inner
    self.run()
  File "/home/litecoin/electrum-server/transports/stratum_tcp.py", line 71, in run
    data = json.dumps(response) + "\n"
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/__init__.py", line 243, in dumps
    return _default_encoder.encode(obj)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/encoder.py", line 207, in encode
    chunks = self.iterencode(o, _one_shot=True)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/encoder.py", line 270, in iterencode
    return _iterencode(o, 0)
UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf8' codec can't decode byte 0xfc in position 8: invalid start byte

[18/04/2014-21:54:05] HTTP 43gbWCi9pVuuKLUcHk9fgLFEAG9W [u'LQzBzNHhzUdkShr3B1V42jC7CxJkybhE56']  19 1.9.8.1
[18/04/2014-21:56:31] HTTP 2hnMBjvCqyCVKcpNte9hWgb3tTFn                                None   1 1.9.8.1


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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #86 on: April 18, 2014, 08:05:16 PM »
Are you using self-signed certificates or signed with some kind of CA?  I had signed mine with cacert.org in the past and it wouldn't work, I had to switch to self-signed.  I'm not entirely sure what the cause was.

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #87 on: April 18, 2014, 08:40:29 PM »
I really love this Electrum wallet :D thanks LiteCoin Dev Team.

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #88 on: April 18, 2014, 08:51:00 PM »
Can you please add the "minimize to tray instead of task bar" and "minimize on close" features ?

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Re: [BETA] Electrum-LTC - Call for Beta Testers + Public Servers
« Reply #89 on: April 18, 2014, 08:55:25 PM »
Can you please add the "minimize to tray instead of task bar" and "minimize on close" features ?

Please track this issue upstream here: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/529