Among news items covered, Noel advised he is working on going to the USA for the sign-off on the NLA Humanity projects program. As he said in the Webinar when line 7 projects go in, they will all be revised and brought up to standard, so he can finally book his trip.
The team is working to get line 7 is done by end-of-March. Noel has already sent line 8 in, so support will be getting even busier moving ahead. The entire team is very much looking forward to the next round of constructive progress.
UPDATE • UPDATE • UPDATE
Software Development Status
- The database is being moved over to a system called MariaD8. For those of you who like techy stuff, here's a bit of info on this: MariaDB Server is one of the most popular database servers in the world. It’s made by the original developers of MySQL and guaranteed to stay open source. Notable users include Wikipedia, WordPress.com and Google. MariaDB turns data into structured information in a wide array of applications, ranging from banking to websites. It is an enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL. MariaDB is used because it is fast, scalable and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines, plugins and many other tools make it very versatile for a wide variety of use cases.
MariaDB is developed as open source software and as a relational database it provides an SQL interface for accessing data. The latest versions of MariaDB also include GIS and JSON features.
-- There are 2 new menu tabs in the CEX, Explorer and Wallets.
-- Please do NOT ask us questions about Explorer. We are getting informed ourselves and will have a webinar when we can provide succinct information.
-- Yes, there is a new NLA Cwallet.
Yes, there are other wallets available.
NO, we don't know yet anything about them.
-- Yes, you can download the new NLA cWallet. INSTRUCTIONS ARE BELOW. PLEASE READ ENTIRELY BEFORE DOING ANYTHING.
-- No, please do NOT download the CHL wallet at the moment. We have had some questions raised and we are waiting for answers.
-- IF you have a MAC computer, please note that so far we've had NO feedback on the new wallet download for MAC.
-- The instructions below are for a Windows OS. Please keep in mind that every computer is going to be a little different.
-- Yes, we have seen that the Cwallet issue Windows 10 computers has been resolved.
YES, THIS CWALLET UPDATE IS MANDATORY FOR EVERYONE WHO HAS HAD A PREVIOUS WALLET.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRELY BEFORE DOING ANYTHING WITH YOUR WALLET
-- Locate your wallet back up from where you saved it.
-- IF you have made a back up and not done anymore transactions then you do NOT need to do another wallet back up.
-- IF you are in doubt where your wallet back up is, just do another. It does not matter if your wallet is in sync or not to do this.
IF you don't know where your wallet back up is -- don't do anything until you find it or do another.
Deleting the cWallet
Deleting Your Wallet:
-- Locate your NextLevelAfrica V3.1 wallet file in your Roaming folder.
-- Find your Roaming folder by doing a search in your computer for %appdata%
-- Right click on the NextLevelAfrica folder and delete.
-- Go and download your new wallet from the CEX.
-- When it downloads you may have to click to allow it to open.
-- Click the Next Level Africa file icon to open the file.
-- Click Extract All and the icon will change to the Grey coin icon.
-- Click that icon to open the wallet.
-- The grey wallet icon will be on your task bar now so right click and pin it there.
-- Exit out of the wallet.
Adding Your Wallet Backup file:
-- Find your backup and make sure that it is labeled either wallet.dat OR wallet
Installing the cWallet
Each computer is different so you need to pay attention to the extension that it was saved as.
-- If needed, rename your file to JUST wallet.dat or wallet.
-- Right click and copy
-- Go to your Roaming folder again and open the NextLevelAfrica file folder.
-- Down in the white space below where the contents of the folder is, click paste.
-- A window will pop up asking you if you want to replace the file... Yes you do.
-- Restart your computer.
-- Click on the grey icon on your task bar to open your wallet and let it sync.
-- It may take upwards of
2 hours to complete and you may see your coin balance
if you have coins in it, go up and down. This is normal! Your coin balance will be what ever you had in there when you did the backup.
-- If you are VERY comfortable to help others, please do. We're all a team and need to work together.