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CLI & GUI v0.17.1.0 'Oxygen Orion' released!

This is the CLI & GUI v0.17.1.0 'Oxygen Orion' minor release, which a user, service, merchant, pool operator, or exchange should run to be sufficiently prepared for the scheduled protocol upgrade of October 17 (for which more information can be found here). This release features important security (with respect to privacy provided by Dandelion++) and bug fixes as well as performance improvements.

(Direct) download links (GUI)

(Direct) download links (CLI)

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We encourage users to check the integrity of the binaries and verify that they were signed by binaryFate's GPG key. A guide that walks you through this process can be found here for Windows and here for Linux and Mac OS X.
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Upgrading (GUI)

Note that you should be able to utilize the automatic updater in the GUI that was recently added. A pop-up with the new binary will appear soon.
In case you want to update manually, you ought to perform the following steps:
  1. Download the new binaries (the .zip file (Windows) or the tar.bz2 file (Mac OS X and Linux)) from the direct download links in this thread or from the official website. If you run active AV (AntiVirus) software, I'd recommend to apply this guide -> https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/10798/my-antivirus-av-software-blocks-quarantines-the-monero-gui-wallet-is-there
  2. Extract the new binaries (the .zip file (Windows) or the tar.bz2 file (Mac OS X and Linux) you just downloaded) to a new directory / folder of your liking.
  3. Open monero-wallet-gui. It should automatically load your "old" wallet.
If, for some reason, the GUI doesn't automatically load your old wallet, you can open it as follows:
[1] On the second page of the wizard (first page is language selection) choose Open a wallet from file
[2] Now select your initial / original wallet. Note that, by default, the wallet files are located in Documents\Monero\ (Windows), Users//Monero/ (Mac OS X), or home//Monero/ (Linux).
Lastly, note that a blockchain resync is not needed, i.e., it will simply pick up where it left off.

Upgrading (CLI)

You ought to perform the following steps:
  1. Download the new binaries (the .zip file (Windows) or the tar.bz2 file (Mac OS X and Linux)) from the official website, the direct download links in this thread, or Github.
  2. Extract the new binaries to a new directory of your liking.
  3. Copy over the wallet files from the old directory (i.e. the v0.15.x.x, v0.16.0.x, or v0.17.0.x directory).
  4. Start monerod and monero-wallet-cli (in case you have to use your wallet).
Note that a blockchain resync is not needed. Thus, if you open monerod-v0.17.1.0, it will simply pick up where it left off.

Release notes (GUI)

  • Simple mode: fix a bug causing transaction propagation to fail (stuck as pending)
  • Portable mode: save log to storage folder
  • Fix a rare crash during wallet refresh
  • Fix wallet not showing up on recent wallets screen
  • Fix empty RPATH token issue (Linux)
  • Minor bug fixes
Note that you can find a full change log here.

Release notes (CLI)

  • Dandelion++: skip desynced peers in stem phase, reducing transaction timeouts
  • Fix a bug in wallet serialization that could lead to inaccurate display balance
  • Silence spammy "failed to find tx meta" warning message
  • Fix next_seed_height in get_block_template RPC
  • Fix empty RPATH token issue (Linux / FreeBSD)
  • Reduce minimum required glibc from 2.23 to 2.17 (Linux)
  • Minor bug fixes
Note that you can find a full change log here.

Further remarks

  • A guide on pruning can be found here.
  • Ledger Monero users, please be aware that version 1.7.4 (1.7.3) of the Ledger Monero App is required in order to properly use CLI or GUI v0.17.1.0 (v0.17.0.1)

Guides on how to get started (GUI)

Older guides: (These were written for older versions, but are still somewhat applicable)
Sheep’s Noob guide to Monero GUI in Tails

Ledger GUI guides:

How do I generate a Ledger Monero wallet with the GUI (monero-wallet-gui)?
How do I restore / recreate my Ledger Monero wallet?

Trezor GUI guides:

How do I generate a Trezor Monero wallet with the GUI (monero-wallet-gui)?
How to use Monero with Trezor - by Trezor
How do I restore / recreate my Trezor Monero wallet?

Ledger & Trezor CLI guides

Guides to resolve common issues (GUI)

My antivirus (AV) software blocks / quarantines the Monero GUI wallet, is there a work around I can utilize?
I am missing (not seeing) a transaction to (in) the GUI (zero balance)
Transaction stuck as “pending” in the GUI
How do I move the blockchain (data.mdb) to a different directory during (or after) the initial sync without losing the progress?
I am using the GUI and my daemon doesn't start anymore
My GUI feels buggy / freezes all the time
The GUI uses all my bandwidth and I can't browse anymore or use another application that requires internet connection
How do I change the language of the 25 word mnemonic seed in the GUI or CLI?
I am using remote node, but the GUI still syncs blockchain?

Using the GUI with a remote node

In the wizard, you can either select Simple mode or Simple mode (bootstrap) to utilize this functionality. Note that the GUI developers / contributors recommend to use Simple mode (bootstrap) as this mode will eventually use your own (local) node, thereby contributing to the strength and decentralization of the network. Lastly, if you manually want to set a remote node, you ought to use Advanced mode. A guide can be found here:

Adding a new language to the GUI

If, after reading all these guides, you still require help, please post your issue in this thread and describe it in as much detail as possible. Also, feel free to post any other guides that could help people.
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Hello, dear ones! My daughter is currently fifteen months old, and I was asked by my BIL & SIL to write up some favorite items. I went a little overboard, then remembered how much I appreciated reading lists like this when I was pregnant. So, I thought I would come on and share it with all of you!
For Mom - Pregnancy & Postpartum:
  • We used the Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy and found it incredibly helpful. It was one of the most comprehensive pregnancy books we could find, giving the information we needed and then some.
  • I have continued to take a prenatal and DHA supplement and took additional folic acid and iron supplements during pregnancy. I really like Nordic Naturals Prenatal DHA because it doesn’t upset my stomach like most of the other DHA pills did.
  • If you do have trouble with pills due to nausea, Mary Ruth Organics has a liquid prenatal that is very pure and that is liquid, so easier to digest.
  • I love Dr. Sterling and Dr. Cassidy (an OBGYN and an LMFT who specialize specifically in pregnancy & postpartum). Their classes are supposed to be wonderful ways to prepare physically and emotionally, and they approach things very holistically.
  • I lived in these nursing tanks during the last stage of pregnancy and in the hospital. They completely cover your belly when you’re huge and were very comfortable postpartum.
  • Expecting and Empowered offers PDFs for pregnancy and postpartum exercise. They’re very similar to some of the exercises I learned in my postpartum physical therapy. I follow them on Instagram.
  • We swear by FridaBaby & FridaMom everything, but the Angled Peri-Bottle was the greatest thing for both the last stage of pregnancy when I was huge and the postpartum stage. (They have whole kits for moms post-partum depending on what care you need. Game changer.)
  • Go to a PT if you can after the baby is born. They’re amazing for helping you get your body back postpartum, I hope to do it after every pregnancy.
  • Do some research on postpartum doulas. Depending on how much family help you can get, a PP doula might make a lot of sense for providing help.
For Mom - Breastfeeding:
  • Legendairy Milk has the best, purest supplements for breastfeeding. They have supplements to help increase milk supply, and supplements to help if you have an oversupply.
  • We have a Spectra S1 that we got through our insurance (we upgraded to the rechargable battery, which is 100% worth the money). We also rented a Medela Symphony from the hospital for the first week postpartum to help my milk come in.
  • When looking for nursing bras, you want ones that pull down like this, not ones that clip like this.
  • Get reviews before giving birth for a IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) and have a . I don’t think we would have made breastfeeding past a month had we not had our IBCLC’s help.
  • If you don’t have access to a breastfeeding course (or if you want something to reference in the stress of newborn life), the Karrie Locher breastfeeding class is supposed to be amazing.
  • Other misc. breastfeeding supplies:
    • Lansinoh Gel Breast Pads can be used hot and cold, make things so much more comfortable.
    • Haakaa Silicone Breast Pump is not a substitute for a regular pump, but helpful for catching extra milk or building supply. The best video I could find about how to use the Haakaa is this youtube video.
    • Pumpin Pal Flanges were recommended by my IBCLC and make pumping so much more comfortable and more effective if you have to pump with any regularity.
    • In the early stages of breastfeeding, your nipples will be in rough shape. These comfort breast shells were the best thing for me, because they kept the nipples suspended mid-air and kept them from rubbing against anything and chafing more.
    • We didn’t have much luck using a breastfeeding pillow, but lots of people do, so that’s just a personal preference thing.
For Baby - Eating:
  • Lots of people swear by the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair, but we have the ANTILOP high chair from IKEA and have outfitted it with accessories from Yeah Baby Goods. We like that the IKEA chair is all plastic, so can be easily wiped down, and I love that we can change the look of the high chair by changing out the cushion cover and that we’re supporting a small business in the process.
  • We paid for and love the Toddler Feeding Course from Feeding Littles, and I wish we had done their infant course. We did Baby-Led Weaning (as opposed to purees), which allows kids to eat whatever mom & dad are eating, and feeding littles does a great job of explaining it and providing really quality info. If you’re interested in learning more about Baby-Led Weaning, check out their Instagram page.
  • I regularly consult the somewhat-new Solid Starts, which is a database of almost every food and how to prepare it safely at different ages. We also have their fish guide and dinner menu ebook.
  • Babies can get picky about bottles, so I would recommend the Babylist Bottle Box, which gives you samples of five different bottles and lets you try each. We ended up falling in love with the Dr. Brown’s Bottles, but every baby is different.
  • Other misc. eating supplies:
    • Molded silicone bibs: we got these silicone bibs from Target, but there are similar ones you can find online. We love them because they clean super easy, don’t smell, and don’t stain. A lot of people recommend bibs that completely cover baby, but we found that ours started smelling pretty quickly, which was a shame.
    • I love anything from EZPZ, but we especially love the tiny cup. Their mats are also the hardest for LO to rip off, which is great.
    • We began by investing in silverware that was specific for babyled weaning (specifically the utensils from Grabease), but have since learned from the Feeding Littles Silverware guide that you want utensils to be similar to adult ones. So, we picked up a big set at IKEA, but any of the ones there will be good.
    • We don’t do sippy cups because of the impact on the mouth, but we do open cups and straw cups. We’ve tried a bunch of different straw cups and have liked the Mama Bear Weighted Straw Cups because they leak much less than most other straw cups we’ve found. (We also have some of the Munchkin 360 cups, but they’re recently being discouraged by dentists and pediatric occupational feeding therapists because of the ways they overuse certain muscles in the mouth and cause unnatural drinking positions.)
For Baby - Changing:
  • We use cloth diapers for daytime. If that’s something you’re interested in (we did it for environmental reasons), I would recommend this link. We went with an All-In-Two system called Best Bottoms, which we love because they’re very easy to use, have cute prints, and they dry fast. (if you have more cloth diaper questions, reach out about that anytime!)
  • We have the Hatch Changing Pad & Scale. It’s a waterproof changing pad that has a high-quality scale, which came in handy when LO wasn’t feeding well. A lot of people recommend the Keekaroo Peanut Changer, which is another waterproof changing pad, but I liked that the Hatch was a scale in addition to the waterproof changer. You don’t know if you’re going to need a scale, but if you do, it’s so handy to have one!
  • We used a regular size dresser instead of a specific changing table in order to have more space for storage. Specifically, we used the Hemnes Dresser from IKEA with the added Skubb Insert Box. Babies have a lot of tiny clothes, and having tiny compartments within our dresser helps keep all of the small items organized.
  • One of the fun facts they usually forget to tell you is that baby’s bum has to be completely dry when applying ointment, otherwise the moisture will get trapped against the skin and cause more problems. We use cloth wipes when baby is doing fine, but when the diaper rash comes and everything is sensitive, we use a super-soft microfiber cloth like these and pat LO’s bum dry after using the baby wipes.
  • Our favorite misc. diaper changing products are:
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  • We read three different sleep books, and our favorite by far was Precious Little Sleep by Alexis Dubief. Her tone is light (and sometimes could get too jokey, when we were exhausted), but we loved the book overall. Rather than a specific plan, it gives you a toolchest: lots of techniques, which “sleep crutches” to use and plans for weaning baby off of them, plans for sleep training your baby, systems around naps. We consult it anytime that LO’s sleep becomes unpredictable. (She does advocate for Cry It Out, but is understanding of people who disagree with her and provides plans for Graduated Extinction as well.)
  • We bought a bunch of different swaddles in NB sizes to try out and see what we liked best. Our favorites were zipper swaddles, because we could get them tight and get baby in & out easily. We particularly liked the Swaddle Me Pod and the Love to Dream Swaddle Up because they got baby tightly secured. We did not like the Halo Swaddle because it overheated our summer baby (though I wouldn’t have a problem using it for a winter baby) or the Woombie, which always felt too loose. When LO outgrew the swaddle pods, we switched to the Swaddle Me Velcro, which was fine, but I would have rather had a zip option for easy diaper changes.
  • Taking Cara Babies has free, online content and paid courses. I have friends who swear by her newborn course. The material can be found online in other places, but she has everything organized and shows you examples of the babies being put to sleep, which is great for that time when you’re exhausted and can’t think about reading for a single second. (Her 5-25 month course is supposed to just be a structured graduated extinction, so I would recommend reading Precious Little Sleep instead.)
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  • We were committed to using red lights at night in order to save our own sleep (so our eyes never dilated) and provide a clear distinction between day and night for baby. As a result, we invested in the Philips Hue Smart Lighting System, which allows you to program colors. We have a lamp in her room that is attached to a light switch that is programmed to change colors depending on how often we use it. Once she’s older, we plan on using the colors to indicate different programs (time to be awake, etc) and to serve as a nightlight.
  • There are lots of products that are marketed as “nappers” or “loungers” that are trying to convince you they are safe. They are not. Do your research--the Dock a Tot, the Rock n Play, baby swings, and baby rockers have been known to kill babies for parents who followed all the instructions. You have to make your decisions about what you were comfortable with, but I was not.
  • Our favorite misc. sleeping products are:
    • Lectrofan White Noise Machine is USB-powered and produces a computer-generated white noise that is great for baby. It’s a very full sound and blocks most noises out well. (We downloaded a phone decibel reader which can help us identify how loud the sound machine is when we move it and adjust it accordingly.) Lots of people also like the Hatch White Noise Machine, which can be programmed using your phone, but we found in our testing that it didn’t have as full a sound.
    • Our favorite sleep sacks (for when baby is no longer swaddled) is Burt's Bees Organic Sleep Sack. They’re well made, have cute designs, and are very soft. They also zip top to bottom to help with middle-of-the-night diaper changes.
    • When traveling, it’s handy to have a way to separate baby in their own separate, darkened environment. We have a pack-and-play cover, but I wish we had invested the extra money in the Slumber Pod. It’s completely blackout, has a place to set up your video monitor, and completely covers the portable crib.
    • We love our Snooze Shade Stroller Cover for when we’re traveling and baby needs to take a stroller nap.
    • We have a Rohm travel white noise machine for when we’re out and about. We can attach it directly to the strollecarseat and it adds and extra level of white noise.
    • We like having both an audio and a video monitor. The video monitor was super helpful when we were sleep training, but the audio is nice to help us appropriately react to baby’s fussing, and is useful when traveling.
    • Black electrical tape and blackout curtains are the real MVPs of keeping baby’s room dark. We have the blackout curtains command stripped to the wall and electrical tape over every indicator light. (If you can go into the room, turn off the lights, and still see your hand in front of your face, it’s still too bright!)
For Baby - Baby-Wearing:
  • We love babywearing! We have a carrier (or two) in the big three categories: a wrap, a ring sling, and a Soft-Structured Carrier.
  • For a wrap, we have both a Moby and a Solly Baby, and we love love love the Solly Baby. It’s super soft, it’s really long so both DH and I can use it, and it’s very lightweight, so doesn’t overheat baby during the summer.
  • Our ring sling was handed down to us, but I’m hoping to pick up a WildBird in any future pregnancy. They’re well made, ethically sourced, and beautiful.
  • We were debating between a Ergobaby and a Lillebaby for our soft-structured carrier, and went with the Lillebaby because it was capable of doing a back-carry. However, they have added a back carry option in the Ergo 360. However, I think I would go with the Beco Gemini, which is Wirecutter’s pick, if we were looking now.
  • If you’re interested in babywearing, I would check out your local babywearing groups, who have baby carrier libraries that you can check out and try which ones you would like.
For Baby - Playing:
  • We generally try to follow the Montessori approach to toys: natural materials, open-ended, giving lots of room for imagination. We love Manhattan Toy Company, JellyCat, and Melissa and Doug.
  • Lovevery has play gyms that are amazing, as well as subscription boxes for baby toys that are geared towards their developmental age.
  • We’re hoping to pick up a Nugget Comfort once they finally come back into stock! They’re a kid’s play couch that you can use for tummy time on day 1 and will grow with your kiddo.
  • LO is a big climber, so we’re having a pickler triangle and ramp made for her by my dad.
  • A few misc. toys:
    • Sophie is one of LO’s favorite teethers.
    • Green Toys Submarine is LO’s favorite bath toy by far and made from recycled milk cartons.
For Baby - Travel:
  • We got the Chicco Infant Car Seat, which was both Consumer Reports and Wirecutter’s recommendation. We got an extra base so we could move it between cars, which was immensely helpful. It’s safe, easy to use, affordable and popular, so it’s easy to find adapters for it with any stroller you choose.
  • We got the Chicco Activ3 Jogging Stroller, which had been Consumer Reports’ top choice in 2018. We were torn between it and the Baby Jogger City Mini 2, which was Consumer Reports’ second choice and Wirecutter’s first. So, we went to Buy Buy Baby and looked at both strollers in person; when we were there, we liked the Chicco better, specifically because of the compatibility with the carseat and the ease of use. We also liked that it has the option of being a real jogging stroller.
  • We got a Summer Infant 3D Lite as our umbrella stroller for use when traveling. It’s worth the money over a cheap $20 stroller that will break in three weeks.
  • We got a Britax Boulevard Clicktight for our convertible car seat for a few reasons. Most car seats are installed incorrectly (the statistics say 95%? Something like that) and the Britax Clicktight system is one of the easiest to get right; we plan on moving it between cars regularly rather than buying multiple convertible car seats, so we want something that is easy to install and uninstall; we have a tall baby and the Boulevard has a longer torso height restriction. If I was debating between options, I would invest in a car seat consult with Michelle of Safe in the Seat, a car seat safety expert who can help you figure out what you need based on your family planning, your cars and your baby.
  • Safe in the Seat also has courses on travel and car sleep safety.
For Baby - Soothing:
  • Get an exercise ball. It was one of our most used items postpartum to help calm LO down and get her to sleep. Worth every penny.
  • We tried a bunch of different pacifiers and found LO liked ones with a flat surface and a round tip, like the Philips Avent and the Ryan and Rose Cutie Pat. It was important to us that pacifiers were one solid piece to prevent mold, which both are. We bought 5-6 pacifier types to see which ones LO liked best, and these ones were the best ones.
  • This hold was one of the best ways to soothe LO when she was a newborn.
For Baby - Caring:
  • I follow Shannon Tripp who has a mastering medical emergencies course. She’s a pediatric ER nurse who has great holistic solutions.
  • We have The American Academy of Pediatrics book that covers ages 0-5. I don’t read it near as much as I did the pregnancy book, but it’s a huge resource for anything.
  • We watched Baby Care 101 on Amazon Prime Video as a basic video to go through everything baby-care-related. It was immensely helpful and we consulted it a lot in the first few weeks.
  • Our favorite misc. Caring items were:
    • Gerber 3-Ply Cloth Diapers make the best, most affordable burp cloths, hands down. LO was a fountain, and 30 of these were a great investment. Now that she’s stopped spitting up, we use them as reusable paper towels during mealtimes.
    • Even if you’re not planning on cloth diapering, wet bags are one of the greatest things to throw in your diaper bag. We can put dirty clothes, poopy diapers, messy utensils, and more into the pouch, and it keeps everything separated from the rest of the diaper bag.
    • Everything FridaBaby makes is ingenious. We love the NoseFrida, the AccuDose Pacifier, the Windi, the nail clippers (that have a little window so you can see how close you’re getting to the nail)--it’s all genius and worth every penny to make life easier.
    • For the first year, we used an electric nail file to cut LO’s nails. It kept her from getting too irritated and squirmy while we were cutting them, and we could use it from Day 1. We did, however, need to pick up extra pads in each size, because they would get dull quickly.
    • We got these popsicle molds to freeze breast milk in when teething.
    • We’re planning on picking up these teethers when the back molars start coming in, since most teething toys are only designed for the front of the mouth.
    • We’ve tried a few different outlet covers, but these are our favorites. They come on and off easily, but can’t be taken off by baby.
Education, Resources, and Registry Tips:
  • Emily Oster is an economist who has written two books: Expecting Better, which is a pregnancy book, and Cribsheet, about ages 0-5. The books aren’t a substitute for a traditional baby/parenting book, but a supplement. She goes through research on lots of specific topics and gives you real data on topics, everything from eating deli meat during pregnancy to risk factors for SIDS. There are some things she’s very firm on, but lots of things that she really is trying to present the data in as unbiased a way as possible. I would highly recommend both if you’re interested in research but want someone else to do the work for you.
  • I would recommend registering in as many places as you can. All of the places give you discount codes that you can use on their supplies, and you will get welcome boxes as a thank you from all of them. We registered at Amazon for anything people were buying for us, and made private lists on Buy Buy Baby and Target. Target’s discount code is the most generous (it’s for almost anything other than video games and televisions, so we picked up random things like matching family christmas jammies), and I used Buy Buy Baby to pick up a few big ticket items using coupons to my email.
  • We used the Huckleberry app for all of our baby tracking (feedings, sleep, diapers, etc). We used one email address and have it logged in across multiple devices, and it will sync between all those devices as long as you are connected to the internet. At around two months, it will begin to give you a sleep “sweet spot”, suggestions on how long your wake window should be to keep baby appropriately tired for a good, long nap.
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