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Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by anondran, Feb 8, 2016.
Thank you for the suggestion, this solved the problem here.
Guys any idea how I can shift from dcrdwallet to the web wallet?
Hi how can i set the public passphrase if i did not do it at creating wallet?
Or how can i delete my wallet to create new one
dcrctl -u user -P pass --wallet getnewaddress
every time run the above command to get the address is not the same, those addresses all my wallet address？ all receive drc ？
I went to wallet.decred.org and typed my seed given to me during airdrop into "Import Wallet", but I got the message that "Wallet is not registred at the Wallet Service". What does it mean?
You have to create a wallet with that seed, press create new wallet and after that click show advanced options there you can add the seed and passphrase to wallet.
Don't import but create new, exactly as shown here:
Worked like a charm! Thank you very much!
how i can know my dcr address?? dcrctl command? thanks urgently...
Edit, nvm I figured it out after way too long. What a headache. GUI wallet where are you? Command line wallet in 2016, what a joke.
If you never created a public passphrase then you dont need it to send coins. I dont think public passphrase can be changed once it is created.
Okay so I have no idea what I am doing but somehow I've made it to step 7, now I'm stuck. Is the dcrwallet user name and pass gunna be the same as the dcrd user and pass because I don't remember making a wallet username.
yeah the user name is the same one U enter in 5th command
dcrwallet -u user -P pass --walletpass publicpassphrase --dcrdusername=user --dcrdpassword=pass
So these are gunna be the same? because I was doing that and it wouldn't work
Yeah man. And if u created a public passphrase then if u have to enter it. If u didnt create it u can cut out that part.
I keep getting this
Once u run the first command, the dcrd one, let the terminal run. Open a new command prompt and run the dcrwallet commands
u can also check out my guide
though its for linux, it explains evrything else and commands are basically same
Solved ur problem? @TheFuture