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There is now a monero-announce mailing list on which such important announcements will be made: https://lists.getmonero.org/postorius/lists/monero-announce.lists.getmonero.org/


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CLI: If you are using the CLI you ought to perform the following steps: Download the new binaries from here. Extract the new binaries to a new directory of your liking. Copy over the wallet files from the old directory (the one that contains the v0.10.3.1 binaries). Note that a blockchain resync is not needed. If you open monerod-v.0.11.0.0 it simply ...


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CLI: If you are using the CLI you ought to perform the following steps: Download the new binaries from here. Extract the new binaries to a new directory of your liking. Copy over the wallet files from the old directory (the one that contains the v0.11.0.0 binaries). Note that a blockchain resync is not needed. If you open monerod-v.0.11.1.0 it simply ...


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Yes, as we have done before for the other forks, you'll need to update daemon, wallet, and miner. As you can see here, the upcoming fork will bring to Monero a new PoW algorithm: the CNv4, Cryptonight variant 4 aka CryptonightR.


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The daemon displays this warning approximately a month in advance of a scheduled protocol upgrade. However, sometimes the new version is not ready yet and you simply need to wait until v0.13.0.0 is released to update. Note that a scheduled protocol upgrade is planned for ~18 October. Thus, make sure to upgrade before that date. Did I do something wrong? ...


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You should back up the ~/.bitmonero directory (which contains the blockchain) and your wallet files (the <wallet name>, <wallet name>.keys, and (though not needed) <wallet name>.txt. Aside from that, there's little to worry about.


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Thank you, it seems to be tricky to change between wallets in the GUI. I put all files of the wallets away from the program directory to a seperate wallet directory (that should be essential!). I guess that these 3 files are everything you need: walletname, walletname.adress.txt, walletname.keys? The GUI starts with one of the wallets and I have to choose ...


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but no Walletgui file, where is it? Looking for "Monero Wallets" folder on your disk Which files are created by the program on which location (Windows)? Where ist the blockchain? On Windows the blockchain is stored in C:\ProgramData\bitmonero\lmdb. It's a hidden folder. How can I update the program, just copying the new files over the old? Yes, ...


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