In the Firefox Quantum version the sidebar for the bookmark/download/history panel was moved to the left of the screen. To change this back to the right, open up about:config search for sidebar.position_start and change it to false.
This is the Windows 7 for for PowerA XBOX ONE & WINDOWS USB Controller. UPC: 617885013850
When you connect the PowerA USB controller onto a Windows 7 system you will get an error that no driver was found for xbox one pro ex controller.
The driver can be downloaded at http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/17648/
(Blue Download Now icon on left side of screen)
The SHA256 checksum is 0e38d565eef8ac2cdd520ee246e643d9db6f7152f3ed0b938167c29f3e6a2a00
The file can be scanned at https://virustotal.com/ to confirm the checksum matches.
My last blog update was almost a year ago. For about the last 8 months I been running a Core node. I quit running Bitcoin Classic, XT, Unlimited.
I realized something was very wrong around May 2nd 2016 when a internet user named Gavin released a blog post about some guy he met.
Around that date I started up a project to get many more Core nodes online, it ended badly around July 4th 2016. I believe two nights before that date I got some kind of virus that got me so sick I had to go to the hospital at 3AM. Around time same time (Just 1-2 days apart) I lost the availability to purchase Bitcoin on a few websites for unknown reasons and I also was asked to leave my place of residence. I decided to shutdown my node project for good before anything else happened.
I believe most if not all the Core devs have the best interests for Bitcoin at heart and I will continue to support them.
I been a supporter for larger blocks for awhile.
Back in May 2015 I voiced support for Gavin's increase to 20MB.
While the talk about the increase to 20MB ended a long time ago, I still supported larger blocks.
I started using Bitcoin XT when the client started to support BIP 101.
While I liked the idea of BIP 100 better than BIP 101, there was no working client for BIP 100 at the time.
When it looked like BIP 101 was going nowhere, I started using Bitcoin Unlimited. A client that can support any increase. (Up to 16MB default)
When talk about Classic started, I got excited that there was still strong support for a increase.
I followed the news about Classic almost 24 hours a day till the source code came out.
I am still running a Classic node while writing this article. I am very hopeful we will have a block increase some time soon.
If I could code my own increase, it would be something like this:
Increase 1536 kB every 52560 blocks until block 540960
Block Number 400000 = 976.56 kB
Block Number 426280 = 2512.56 kB
Block Number 478840 = 4048.56 kB
Block Number 531400 = 5584.56 kB
Soft limit remains the same
Segregated witness is a hardfork at block 426280
Reject transactions that do too much signature hashing.
This would give us about 3 years of increases. After that we can choose to hardfork again if we need to.
If you download programs for linux off the internet, you may sometimes see this error when trying run the software. error while loading shared libraries: libudev.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This is due to not having libudev installed, or you are running a newer version from the time the software was compiled.
By renaming the shortcut for libudev, you might be able to fix this problem.
1. Enter the terminal.
2. Type in cd /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu (if you are on 64-bit. I did not test this out on 32-bit linux)
3. Type in sudo cp ./libudev.so.1 ./libudev.so.0
This will copy the libudev.so.1 shortcut and name it to libudev.so.0.
If this works for you, leave a comment bellow. Popcoin Time
Here's a list of companies I have banked with and what has happened to me as a result.
Bank Score 1-5. 1 Being poor service, 5 Being extremely good, outstanding.
PayPal: Within the first year of joining, I had my funds frozen sometimes months at at time. After awhile of getting my account "unfrozen" my funds would be frozen again at random times.
Happened again for a week 3 years later. Haven't had any problems buying items with my linked checking account. PayPal has banned me from reloading my account with MoneyPak.
Overall score: 3.
Netspend: After giving them my poof of residency, social security card and spending hours on the phone talking to customer service, I couldn't get my account activated.
Overall score: N/A
Patelco Credit Union: Opened up my account in person. $10 opening deposit. Got my debit card within a few days. Very friendly customer service. Never had an problem they couldn't fix within minutes. They sent me a new debit card after I used my card at a local store whos card system got hacked. Got a $25 giftcard from a contest they had on Twitter.
Overall score: 5
American Express Serve: Free signup with $50 bonus. I got a $10 discount for shopping at a clothing store. $10 check in the mail for sending in feedback. No problems with withdrawals or debit and Vanilla reloads. GreenDot banned my card number, can nolonger recharge my card with MoneyPak. Wish ATM and reload limits where higher.
Overall score: 4.5
Square: Pro: Free card reader. Cons: Square bans a few types of items you can sell. You can NOT unlink your banking account with them. No customer support by phone. They withdrawn money from my checking account after 4 of my transactions got reversed months later.
Overall score: 1
Rush Card: Pro: Very easy to setup a account. Didn't take too long to receive my card in the mail. Cons: Fees are just as high as a bank account. Phone customer service based out of country, answers they give you seems like read out of a book. Account funds got frozen a month later, when I called customer support they said they will reopen my account, but I can nolonger use MoneyPak to recharge my account.
Overall score: 2
Wells Fargo: Opened a account online. Took about 3 weeks to get debit card in the mail, about another week to get my pen number and a few more days to get online banking setup.
The next month there was a large unauthorized withdrawal on my account, called customer service to dispute it. Got transferred to 3 different departments they ended up freezing my account. The next week I called back to see how my dispute was going, but they couldn't find it in the system, refiled dispute. Got a letter in the mail the next week telling me my account was going to be closed and funds left in the account will be mailed back to me. Called customer service again, they couldn't even find my bank account on file. Went to local bank branch to check on my dispute, they said it looked like it was never filed. They called customer service and got transferred to 6 different departments. All of them said they couldn't do anything on their side. Still haven't got the check or seen any of the money I had in my account. Going to check bank with them in a few days.
Overall score: 1
Here is a easy setup guide on using a PS3 DualShock 3 Wireless Controller on Windows.
I have only tested this on Windows 7 SP1 x64
Before continuing you will need a Bluetooth Dongle Compatibility with MotioninJoy if you want wireless support.
I recommend the TRENDnet TBW-107UB. (PlugNPlay, no extra software needed.) It can be found at Newegg, Amazon and Fry's. Works up to 30 feet away.
Unfortunately cheap dongles you find on eBay will NOT work.
And you will need a Mini-USB cord. (DualShock 3 is Mini USB not Micro USB)
Installation and Configuration:
After you have the Bluetooth Dongle connected to your computer, download and install the MotioninJoy software. [Direct Link] [Official Website (Download version 0.7.0000(testing)]
After installation, follow this guide (Connect controller via USB > Open DS3 Tool > Click BluetoothPair > Click Pair Now)
After it's paired remove the USB then click on Profiles on DS3 Tool. Select Xbox 360 Controller Emulator then click Enable.
That's it! Your DualShock 3 Wireless Controller should now work on supported PC games like GTA IV, Need for Speed World, Street Fighter IV and Saints Row the Third.
Copy of my post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203639.0
Requirements: AWS Account, AWS Key Pair, Linux terminal or Putty on Windows. Pool account Eg. http://yac.dontmine.me
Step 1: link Select the instance Ubuntu Ubuntu Server 12.10 (recommended) or Ubuntu Server 12.10 for Cluster Instances (Limit of 2 by default) 64-Bit of course. Click continue.
Step 2: Click edit details, change type to c1.xlarge (cc2.8xlarge for clusters), save details, Launch.
Step 3: link After a few minutes your new instance should be done creating and be started automatically. To connect right click the instance, click connect. You should get a code that looks something like this [code]ssh -i /home/rawr/Desktop/keycode.pem email@example.com[/code] replace keycode.pem with your .pem Key Pair file then paste the code into the linux terminal. (Putty how-to guide)
Step 4: When the server is done starting up, paste the following code into the Ubuntu shell: [code]sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y autoconf automake git libcurl4-openssl-dev make && git clone https://github.com/ali1234/cpuminer.git &&
cd ./cpuminer/ && ./autogen.sh && ./configure && make && sudo make install &&
./minerd -o http://yac.dontmine.me:8080 -u username.1 -p x -a scrypt-jane[/code] replace username.1 with your username and x with your password. The following will install the newest version of cpuminer, it's dependents and start the mining on all your CPU threads. To limit the threads place -t n after the port. n=numebr of cpu cores used for mining.
Step 5. You should now me mining YaCoin! When your done mining remember to stop or terminate the instance. link You get charged for each partial/full hour!
Pricing for instances: http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/
I like using Chrome as my default browser on my Windows and Linux computers.
And on my phone I use Android 2.2 for the OS.
When writing and reading notes I use the Chrome App Quick Note and the Android app Power Note.
Both apps are powered by diigo.com.
Before using the apps I recommend signing up for a diigo account. That way all your notes will keep in sync with your account.
If you prefer another program to keep your notes in sync, feel free to comment bellow.
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