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Latest Nxt Client: Nxt 1.11.15

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 on: September 19, 2019, 08:34:27 pm 
Started by usbitcoinservcs - Last post by Jelurida
Did you try the experimental 1.12.0e version? It has some networking improvements to mitigate this problem. Also, try leaving the wallet running for some time to allow it to find such openAPI peers.

 on: September 19, 2019, 02:01:04 pm 
Started by usbitcoinservcs - Last post by usbitcoinservcs
Just installed NXT the newest version but I get this error message after entering p key or address: "Cannot connect to /nxt-proxy No openAPI peers found"

I have Ardor installed and works fine, it keeps downloading the blockchain.

 on: July 22, 2019, 03:21:36 am 
Started by MadMartian - Last post by MadMartian
I have a cluster with 8 nodes running and we upgraded our forked repository (Git repository fork, not to be confused with Nxt fork state) to Nxt 1.11.15 from the Nxt starter clone repository.  Everything works fine for awhile and then something strange happens and either one node gets way ahead of the other nodes or vice versa.  This didn't happen before when we were on the old version before upgrading.

Why is this happening and how can I prevent it from happening again?

 on: November 25, 2018, 03:52:24 pm 
Started by Shorttail - Last post by TheCryptoWoman
When you use the Nxt Blockchain Creation Kit, you are essentially creating a fork. The future updates do not project back and apply to previous versions. This way you build and develop and use the blockchain from the moment of your creation. It becomes your own project and will not be overwritten or updated.

 on: November 25, 2018, 08:24:45 am 
Started by Shorttail - Last post by Shorttail
We've built a project on the Nxt Creation Kit, which is version 1.11.14. Is there some guidance on working from the Nxt repository instead, or will the creation kit see updates in time? It's not clear exactly what is safe to do, the diff between the creation kit and 1.11.15 is pretty big, especially the blockchain height constants for new features seem like an invitation for bugs to show up down the line.

 on: November 12, 2018, 04:10:33 pm 
Started by sebaldrian - Last post by sebaldrian
Ok, sent you a pm.

 on: November 12, 2018, 04:02:41 pm 
Started by sebaldrian - Last post by sebaldrian
Ok. I'll try that. Thx!

 on: November 12, 2018, 12:20:45 pm 
Started by sebaldrian - Last post by eu58
As long as your hardware does not limit you, you can install as many clients on your Raspberry Pi as you want :-)
I installed both Nxt and Ardor clients on an Ubuntu VPS without problems. It should be the same for the Raspberry Pi, I think.
Select different install directories for the Nxt and Ardor software and keep the default ports that are suggested during the installation.
So for Nxt you connect with
For Ardor you connect with
to your wallet on the PI (if connecting from the same machine).

 on: November 10, 2018, 09:12:50 pm 
Started by sebaldrian - Last post by sebaldrian
Hi everyone,

I am currently running one node for nxt and one for ardor on one Raspberry pi each. With the now upcoming very interesting new currencies like e. g. Ria, it seems to be inefficient, to buy and set up a new Raspberry each time, I want to set up a new node, especially since the nxt-based clients are not very resource-intensive. My question now would be, if it is possible, to run multiple clients on the same machine and how to realize opening the corresponding wallets, since the adress of the localhost is the same for nxt and ardor. Maybe it could be done with setting up one virtual machine for each client? I hope this makes at least some sense for y'all  ;D, I am looking forward to your suggestions.

 on: November 09, 2018, 06:59:33 pm 
Started by rockminer - Last post by rubenbc
Hi! welcome, Is possible since long ago  ;)

take a look.



Modify the line for CONF_SWAPSIZE and set it to 512 or 1024 and save the file (CTRL-O, ENTER, CTRL-X).

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