Roberto Giorgetti
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What does deterministic mean for getNewAddress
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I agree with you that the attribute deterministic is a little misleading. At the end the crucial point is the assignment or not of the index value of option parameter in getNewAddress call. If you ...

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is there a documentation of the ini-file?
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In the file Configuration.java of IRI source code you can find all possible configuration parameters for the fullnode even if without any comments.

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(WebJS) MAM Channels using Channel ID's
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I used code downloaded from here. Basically: in public mode the publisher chooses a seed and keeps it secret. Then he starts to publish messages on a channel represented by the first Merkle tree ...

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Most important languages to build an app on IOTA
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You can certainly write programs based on the Tangle using: Javascript Python Java C# Go The available libraries have different degree of maturity as stated in the IOTA roadmap where you can find ...

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How do I know my full node is "strong"?
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The two values: latestMilestoneIndex latestSolidSubtangleMilestoneIndex obtained with getNodeInfo api call, are the only meaningful measures that counts. For a well running full node: ...

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How to enable debugging on IRI?
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It is quite undocumented and I read here: you also have to uncomment the debug part of IRI logback.xml file and then compile and package IRI again.

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What does 'USX' (was 'GPW') mean when switching wallets?
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As stated in this article of Dominik Schiener: we added a 3 character checksum for seeds. This means that you can now validate if the seed which you have are trying to login with is the correct one....

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Interpretation of getNeigbors cmd output
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You are probably asking for the meaning of different transactions terms. You can find a quite good answer in What's “All Transactions” in IOTA Peer Manager?. You can also look at file Node.java of ...

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No way to have an IRI 1.4.2.2 fullnode synchronized
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Probably due to this this open issue that says: latestSolidSubtangleMiletoneIndex does not update in 'getNodeInfo' until a system restart it updates. It just stays the same until a restart. So the ...

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PyOTA for beginners
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If you want to know IOTA and develop an IOTA application in Python you can surely start with: IOTA Developer Hub PyOTA: The IOTA Python API Library Pyota Docs

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How to upgrade a full node after a snapshot?
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Usually after a snapshot an updated version of IRI, of the GUI wallet and of Javascript library are released. So you have to install the new version of IRI. Actually upgrading is just a matter of ...

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MAM Issue:TypeError: Transaction.quietFromHash is not a function
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As reported the use of mam.client.js is deprecated. Try with the source from http://iotameetup.nl and watch this @ 1:21:00 as already suggested by this answer.

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Can't make a transaction. Request Error: Couldn't get a response from nodes
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You are waiting forever using your node because 18 is a too high value for minWeightMagnitude parameter of sendTransfer call. Try with 14. minWeightMagnitude is related to PoW to accomplish.

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Why are three trits in a tryte?
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I didn't find any IOTA specific source to explain the choice to use trytes made of three trits. Probably 27 being the number of all possible different combinations of 3 trits, (3^3), then 3 trits is ...

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Minimum requirements to run a full node?
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With regard to the last issue of your question you can find one of the best guide for setting up a full node on http://iota.partners/. The guide also says something about the minimum requirements for ...

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Exchange Winternitz one-time signatures
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Just to clarify you are not forced to keep the addresses as secrets. Anytime somebody has to pay you, he/she has to ask you an address and you have to give him/her a new one. The problem arises in ...

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