Armory crashes after completing blockchain download, but before it starts rebuilding the database . When saving the Armory database to a network share, you should use both the –settings=”local path on C:" and the –datadir=”\server\share\dir” together as the settings directory needs to be a local directory. Otherwise, it may crash if it’s on a network share. Bitcoin Core/bitcoind ... Bitcoin-qt.exe -testnet -datadir=f:databitcoincore. But running Armory using the Testnet icon attempts to connect to the testnet and crashes Bitcoind.exe. I’m on x64 architecture and believe the problem lies in Armory not finding my remote datadir. Obviously there’s the testnet3 directory inside f:databitcoincore ie f:databitcoincoretestnet3 . I should add I’ve made a junction point with ... (furszy) 30fa728 [Trivial] [Squash] license + auto-generated name removed. (furszy) 30d296b [Wallet][RPC][Cold Staking] `delegatorremove`, Instead of remove the address from the address book, update the purpose to "delegable" to be whitelisted again, in the future, if the user wants it. Without security updates, using a bitcoin wallet on a XP machine is irresponsible at least. In addition to that, with 0.12.x there have been varied reports of Bitcoin Core randomly crashing on Windows XP. It is not clear what the source of these crashes is, but it is likely that upstream libraries such as Qt are no longer being tested on XP. As I mentioned before, it is the only client that will currently run on this machine. I then tried the 64-bit windows link underneath that, and it starts, but then immediately crashes. Interestingly, it states that bitcoin-qt.exe is crashing, not Bitcoin Core. Should I try to uninstall and then installing again, or just get a new client? Will ...
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