OK Wallets v188.8.131.52 core
"Mandatory upgrade for clients older than v184.108.40.206"
-> LTSSposv3hybrid system goes live after block number: 3,027,542
Run Okcash everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT and every Linux distro with the new AppImage Releases!
V6.9 codename: Aether
Aether (/ˈiːθər/; Ancient Greek: /Αἰθήρ/, romanized: /Aithḗr/): Aether is the personification of the "upper sky". He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (ἀήρ, aer) breathed by mortals.
Change List 01-Feb-2021 - v220.127.116.11-core Aether
- Fix for segmentation fault on new systems.
- Fix for mac OSX compilations makefile.
- Removal of okchat GUI (not really been used by the community, we are making space for new features, system still in place, we can bring it back if users request/reach consensus)
- Code synt improvement.
Instructions for previous clients:
From v6 clients
- Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v18.104.22.168 , open your client and you are done.
From old clients (v1-2-3-4-5)
- Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v22.214.171.124 , open your client, let it reindex the chain (one time only, takes 3 hrs aprox. the wallet will close itself when done) check your wallet is closed, open it and you are done.
(If cant sync or don't want to wait for the reindex you can re-download the latest ok-blockchain)
Create and Restore an Okcash HD Wallet
When you load the new Okcash HD wallet for the first time, it will create a new HD account for you and set it as default, any new addresses generated will be from the default HD account [unique to you].
However, as this is pre-generated and not easy to remember, we suggest you to proceed to create a new HD account using a mnemonic sentence.
Always backup your wallet.dat first!
Creating an Okcash HD wallet: 1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it 2. Turn on the latest OK Client 3. Create a new Okcash HD wallet[Account] (OK Tools > Get a new HD Wallet) and give it a name 4. Go to "OK Tools > Advanced HD config" and make sure the new HD account you just named is showing as "default" 5. Send some Okcash from your old wallet to the new one Recovering / Restoring an Okcash HD wallet: 1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it 2. Turn on the latest OK Client 3. Go to "OK Tools > Import an HD Wallet" and complete the steps 4. Go to "OK Tools > Debug Console" and type scanforalltxns 1 5. You should see your test transaction showing up Your new Okcash HD wallet is setup, and the mnemonic sentence + optional password is all you need to access all new created addresses.
How to run an AppImage on Linux:
Before you can run an AppImage, you need to make it executable. This is a Linux security feature. There are three main ways to make an AppImage executable:
With the GUI
Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage
Right-click on the AppImage and click the ‘Properties’ entry
Switch to the Permissions tab and
Click the ‘Allow executing file as program’ checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja), or click the ‘Is executable’ checkbox if you are using Dolphin, or change the ‘Execute’ drop down list to ‘Anyone’ if you are using PCManFM
Close the dialog
Double-click on the AppImage file to run
On the command line
chmod a+x Some.AppImage
If you require further assistance, remember to join: https://discord.gg/grvpc8c [Live chat] or the https://okcashtalk.org [Forums] where the Okcash community and team members are ready to help.
OK Binaries (Security Checksums)
Okcash_6905_windows_EasyInstaller.exe [All Win]
Okcash_6905_windows_standalone.zip [All Win]
Okcash_6905_mac_EasyInstaller.pkg [min mac OS X 10.13]
Okcash_6905_mac_standalone.zip [min mac OS X 10.13]
Okcash_Core-6905-linux86_64.AppImage (Graphical) [Most Linux Distros]
Okcash_Daemon-6905-linux64.AppImage (Terminal) [Most Linux Distros]