You don’t have to download manually if you already have it installed, your Daedalus wallet will ask you to upgrade.
Release notes: https://daedaluswallet.io/release-notes/
- Memory usage 80% decrease.
- Network improvements.
- Faster syncing.
Connecting to Network fixes.
- Block storage optimized some, but will be improved more with the next major release.
Cardano REST API v1 included.
- No Linux build, but there will be one eventually.
- Release integrity can now be verified via PGP.
Formal specification available.
Great! I see my beloved sha256.
Faster restoring for papper wallet. Good work!
Installation was really smooth and quick. First run seems to be taking a while though, between OKing UAC and anything appearing on screen.
Edit: a couple of minutes later, still no program window, and nothing showing in Task Manager either. Beginning to get a bit worried…
2nd edit: several minutes on, still nothing had appeared, so I rebooted then tried again by doubleclicking cardano-launcher.exe instead of using a shortcut, and it started properly. I’m fairly sure the shortcut (on the Start menu) should work too, will report back if not.
Thanks for the feedback @RobJF
For me the new version, is just trying to connect to the network already for 5-10 minutes.
No errors in the console.
After a restart, still no change, the status is trying to connect to the network, I’m on windows build 8183
The release notes date read 8th of september 2018.
Thanks @Ilhan will feedback too!
That’s now been updated - thanks again
I don’t want to be a pain in the … , but I think someone is denying the month August.
It now reads 8th of July
Is there any release date for the promised linux version?
On the roadmap under Cardano SL 1.3 Release:
Daedalus 0.11 has a couple of user interface tweaks to improve the user experience, and includes some fixes in preparation for the upcoming release of Daedalus for Linux. …
Based on this, I would guess we might see a Linux build with next major release. Can anyone confirm?
In my opinion, from a project planning point of view, there should be defined release date as well as assigned ressources. But on the other hand, what do I know about agile software development.
It’s the silence that’s making me suspicicous though
Yes, it builds quite nicely on Linux now so I would say your position is correct, Linux Daedalus will be available on the next major release.
Using mac Daedalus in China and shows Connecting all the time… VPN used
Try another VPN… Or try Shadowsocks + Proxifier. I did the latter, which works quite well, and it’s cheaper.
Is this a new installation? Did you have it installed previously? Did it work before?
You can check your log files yourself for errors, they’re in the
~/Library/Application Support/Daedalus/Logs directory. Otherwise, please submit your logs using the built-in error reporting feature.
The update went through fine as it said successful but I waited and waited for the restart of 1.3 which didn’t happen after like 15 minutes. I rebooted computer and clicked on the desktop icon but still the program never launched. I then uninstalled and reinstalled Daedalus 1.3 and still the program will not launch. If it does eventually launch for me then I’m going to have to do a restore of my wallet with 12 words.
For help with this (or any) problem you should start a new topic in Community Technical Support.
What irks me a bit is the fact, that they can’t just state that clearly and unambiguously (e.g. linux version will be ready on release 1.4).
As a customer I would not accept that communication approach, in this case though beggars can’t be choosers.