home | log | search | bash | stats | wiki


Matches for get bits, 39 total results Sorted by newest | relevance

06-06-2017 16:30:52  <punkman>   kakobrekla: only did full water fast one day, wasn't too bad though. eating like a banana/orange in the morning, some vegetables at night. some bits of cheese, nuts, fish to get some salt. maybe around 1/10th of the usual calories.

17-03-2016 15:50:23  <mircea_popescu>   this because 2 bits = 2^2 = 4. had the shift been 17 bits, then you'd get to do 2^17 = 131072 old style hashings for each new style digest you calculate.

28-02-2016 17:13:25  <phf>   ben_vulpes: get-difficulty is a straight rip of the c from bitcoinrpc.cpp << correct way to do that one is to write get-index-best that returns block-index structure that you can get bits value from, and then have get-difficulty do all the equivalent calculations in scheme, bitshifting and all

19-01-2016 18:49:24  <mircea_popescu>   "I'm going back to the frozen north, where the pricks are hard and strong. Back to the land of the all-night stand-where the nights are six months long, where you get it in bits as hard as tin in the land where spunk is spunk - not a trickling stream of lukewarm cream, but a solid frozen chunk."

05-11-2015 23:13:17  <mircea_popescu>   same thing happens to me, i get various bits i end up keeping for a long time.

25-09-2015 02:14:08  <assbot>   Get Bits: Get bitcoin from your friends. ... ( http://bit.ly/1KTpEyE )

03-09-2015 17:03:39  <ascii_field>   http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=03-09-2015#1261558 << how might one have, physically, low-latency without high bandwidth? you could serialize the bits, and immediately get the other. it is only high bandwidth that does not automatically imply low latency

02-09-2015 21:22:45  <shinohai>   I love my tech, don't get me wrong. But a few nights in the desert or mountains does wonders for clearing away the clutter amongst the little grey bits.

20-08-2015 14:30:51  <mod6>   hanbot: << picked the renaming bits out of here, worked for me, thanks. did not get the syntax error! << ahh ok thanks for the update. glad you didn't get the error. my ubuntu needs to go to glue factory.

20-08-2015 13:18:01  <assbot>   Logged on 20-08-2015 06:38:34; hanbot: <mod6> so i ended up chaging the file name to "vdiff.sh" + chmod 0755, and then changing the script so it reads: "vdiff.sh a b > genesis.vpatch" << picked the renaming bits out of here, worked for me, thanks. did not get the syntax error!

20-08-2015 06:38:34  <hanbot>   <mod6> so i ended up chaging the file name to "vdiff.sh" + chmod 0755, and then changing the script so it reads: "vdiff.sh a b > genesis.vpatch" << picked the renaming bits out of here, worked for me, thanks. did not get the syntax error!

06-08-2015 00:01:24  <asciilifeform>   trinque: setting '-peers' for nodes which 1) don't obey 'misbehave' bits 2) get served PRIORITY regardless of what

29-07-2015 21:42:08  <diana_coman>   and bits of nothing are like 11-12 satoshi or you'll prolly get some for free from someone (me even)

29-07-2015 20:51:15  <shinohai>   "get paid in quality bits of nothing" <<< Dogecoin ?

29-07-2015 20:46:09  <jurov>   and get paid in quality bits of nothing ;D

08-07-2015 17:59:56  <ascii_field>   'We have enough bits mapped that we can create a functional verilog model for almost all bitstreams generated by Lattice iCEcube2 for the iCE40 HX1K-TQ144, as long as no block memories or PLLs are used. ' << wake me up when that last part changes. and when i can get this chip from ten different chinese foundries.

07-07-2015 19:47:58  <ascii_field>   and get more bits back (to victim, that is) than you had to send.

29-06-2015 02:12:27  <assbot>   Logged on 29-06-2015 00:50:35; mats: i'd be happy to share a few bits to encourage folks to get one

29-06-2015 00:50:35  <mats>   i'd be happy to share a few bits to encourage folks to get one

22-05-2015 20:34:04  <jurov>   so ben_vulpes will then use camera to get the random bits off osciloscope?

  Next Page »