|if [ -d $HOME/mochimo ];|
|echo "Mochimo directory already exists, checking for new commits and pulling the latest source";|
|cd $HOME/mochimo && git pull|
|echo "Starting gomochi in screen";|
|cd $HOME/mochimo/bin/ && screen -dmS mochimo ./gomochi d -n|
|echo "Installing dependencies and pulling latest Mochimo source";|
|echo "sudo password may be required";|
I hereby claim:
- I am stoner19 on github.
- I am stoner19 (https://keybase.io/stoner19) on keybase.
- I have a public key ASBg3tZYOqwmUTfpZcllE4sJSNyEHfT1j3dCKLzF4SnzKgo
To claim this, I am signing this object:
These are the steps to properly recover altcoin privkeys if you end up with a corrupt wallet.dat
I was unable to use the
otherversion=<version number> for some reason so the idea here is to change the python script to suit the needs of your specific altcoin.
git clone https://github.com/jackjack-jj/pywallet.git
Find decimal prefix of your altcoin.
I've successfully used https://github.com/MichaelMure/WalletGenerator.net to find my altcoin prefix.
Follow the steps in his wiki in order to determine your address prefix decimal.
You'll need to know your privkey prefix as well which you will also be able to get using the WalletGenerator.
You'll also likely need to find a hex to decimal converter for this.
After finding your altcoin decimal and privkey prefixes, edit the
pywallet.py file in your pywallet directory
Change [line 75](https://github.com/jackjack-jj/pywall
sudo apt --purge remove libboost-dev
sudo apt --purge remove libboost-all-dev
sudo apt --purge autoremove libboost-all-dev
to uninstall the version which we installed from source
sudo rm -rf /usr/lib/libboost_*
sudo rm -rf /usr/include/boost