Jaquee
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How do i delete the wallet cache?
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In your wallet folder* you have three wallet files. <walletname>.keys <walletname>.address.txt <walletname> The wallet cache is the file without an extension. If you delete or ...

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GUI pull request to build and install monerod
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GUI daemon manager is recently merged into monero-core. I.e you can start/stop local daemon from GUI. This PR basically means that monerod is getting built when you build the GUI. Unfortunately win32 ...

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How to back up my wallet using monero core gui beta?
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The seed is all you need to restore the wallet. Write it down on a piece of paper. If you want to backup the full wallet history (i.e which addresses you have sent transactions to, and the tx key for ...

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Synchronising Blocks on Wallet restore from Seed
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When you restore from a seed the wallet scans all blocks in the blockchain to find transactions belonging to the wallet. Since all transactions are hidden on the blockchain a fair amount of ...

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Does the GUI work on Linux?
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Linux beta binaries are built on Ubuntu 16.04. No sure which GCC version Fluffypony used but the downloadable bins on buildserver are built with GCC 5.4.0. Until next release we will try to complete a ...

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Where are the monero-core configuration parameters stored?
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OS X: $HOME/Library/Preferences/org.getmonero.monero-core.plist

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If I compile monerod from source, do I also have to compile the GUI to use the GUI?
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There are no pre-compiled GUI binaries released yet. When beta is released you will be able to download binaries but for now you need to build them yourself.

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Why are the last 4 trxs in the mempool stuck?
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From what I have heard those tx's were created with the 0.10.0 wallet and therefore used the deprecated ASNL signatures. After the ringCT hardfork the 0.10.1 software is a minimum requirement. Tx's ...

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Where is the mempool stored?
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I'm not sure about the cli wallet, but the the GUI wallet shows the tx's in mempool that belongs to you. It's a relatively new feature so to try it out you either need to build the GUI yourself or ...

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How do I start the GUI for a testnet wallet?
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There's a bug in the gui beta preventing the testnet setting to be saved when opening wallet from file. As a workaround you can create a new testnet wallet and then close and reopen your old one. When ...

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