@lionzeye Thanks, will check that out.
Still bugging with my wallet files, I have 3, sadly I can’t remember which one if the one with the addresses I’m missing.
I was able to export a large amount of privkeys, and imported them into my running client, the addresses did show up, but non of the transactions, so did some rescan and such, nothing helped, so I deleted the whole chain and now redownloading the chain again, hoping the last missing stuff will appear when the chain is in sync.
The thing is, I’ve been able to get a large amount of my addresses, but the few (3-5) addresses, which I know has a large amount of coins are still missing.
Also @lionzeye, I can see you’ve made a fork of the pywallet, maybe you can tell me why the -recover argument only can output bitcoin data?, even tho I’ve added the otherversion argument aswell?
[email protected]:~/pywallet# python pywallet.py --otherversion=61 --recover --recov_device=/root/.reddcoin/wallet.1428839255.bak --recov_size 2Mo --recov_outputdir=.
Enter the passphrase for the wallet that will contain all the recovered keys: teest
Enter the possible passphrases used in your deleted wallets.
Don’t forget that more passphrases = more time to test the possibilities.
Write one passphrase per line and end with an empty line.
Read 0.0 Go in 0.0 minutes
Found 0 possible wallets
Found 0 possible encrypted keys
Found 140 possible unencrypted keys
The wallet is encrypted and the passphrase is correct
Importing key 1/110:
Address (Bitcoin): 171ysZ8QRjicamWLkkfRtTLCaegegweagawgRqAJg9
Privkey (Bitcoin): 5KKGsKdfjnTYawfgM3fafwfgwgagawfgYcTWvDi
Address (Bitcoin): 1wyadsWndB4MVpzueU8oasdLa2pX1fB
Privkey (Bitcoin): L3qf37EqyqeasdQ4kY3asdasdasdH3R8jDxLH7LbUmasdaStumH
(Changed most of the data above, so its not fully my output, but gives you an idea of what I mean)