Nope, I can't. It hasn't worked that way in a long time, and looks like the picture posted in that link (not like it used to look, diamond shaped executable) I'm wondering if my settings changed somehow, or if it's the compilation. I just don't know how to get it back to normal. I think an earlier version switched something in my setups (happened on both machines). Unless it looks like that to everyone and everyone is starting the qt wallet in a terminal or via a sh script.I don't use ubuntu, but you should be able to double click it and choose: run in terminal...
try to set it as executable, i.e.: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-vyc_rUSU6ac/UdratpZDCiI/AAAAAAAAC10/krSRAiRw4Jo/s1600/0028.pngNope, I can't. It hasn't worked that way in a long time, and looks like the picture posted in that link (not like it used to look, diamond shaped executable) I'm wondering if my settings changed somehow, or if it's the compilation. I just don't know how to get it back to normal. I think an earlier version switched something in my setups (happened on both machines). Unless it looks like that to everyone and everyone is starting the qt wallet in a terminal or via a sh script.
Nope, got that set, still looks like a text file and isn't double clickable. If you look at the picture in the link, you'll see, the icon is different.try to set it as exectuable, i.e.: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-vyc_rUSU6ac/UdratpZDCiI/AAAAAAAAC10/krSRAiRw4Jo/s1600/0028.png
I guess ubuntu deactivate this option for untrusted software by default.
I would suggest that you return to the previous structure of tar, when the file and the folder is called in the same way (Its better for updaters script)
why this sleep commands? Use in your script && and \ instead: http://pastebin.com/sb0BRvbvActually, the new structure reduces the commands needed to update. You don't have to remove the old dash-0.12.0 directory before you update. When you download it overwrites the old files. This script will get you updated in 6 minutes. I put a 5 minute wait on the download since it can take 30 seconds or 5 minutes to download.
wget https://www.dashpay.io/binaries/dash-0.12.0.46-linux64.tar.gz -O - | tar -xz
rm .dash/debug.log .dash/peers.dat .dash/mncache.dat
cp dash-0.12.0/bin/dashd ~/
cp dash-0.12.0/bin/dash-cli ~/
Wow 37% updated already. I would say this incentive model works! Great idea.New Payment Logic
The network prefers to pay people that are not subject to this penalty, meaning that when we upgrade the first nodes to upgrade will get substantial rewards when SPORK_10_MASTERNODE_PAY_UPDATED_NODES gets activated due to the small amount of qualifying nodes. Over time the rest of the network will also qualify for payment and the payment period will extend until it is normal again. This is our new "fast upgrade" incentive system, the faster you upgrade the more you get :wink:
it's good to see you're not complaining... :tongue:In fact it seems that "Last Paid" of dashninja work, though not because only 2 MN had been paid and more than once:
One of my MN receive 4 payments today. Is it normal? (I'm not complaining ...)
And another 2 payments today.
I was going to preface that with the latest protocol and ~1800 of the ~2800 nodes, but my complementary side won out over my engineering side.Well it's 37% of the 103 protocol as the site didn't list old version anymore.
So it's 37% of the ~1800 Active (Upgraded) MN.
Hmm... interesting, I'll look into that soon as I get a chance.It looks like I've gotten paid, but nothing came in. I probably landed on one of those blocks that guy mines without paying MNs.
Anyway, I just want to make sure; Does it matter if I left the donation address and percent on in the masternode.conf settings? I'm pretty sure I took them off, but I didn't save my edited conf files as I was lazy, so I can't check