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October 17, 2014, 10:19:18 PM
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i wanna request if possible to include my miner on support list...


my miner is Scrypt Dragon LTC miner 32m

the website is :http://www.lketc.com/goods/show-641.aspx

please advice me possible ro tun my machine using this  BFGMiner

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You'll have to talk to nwoolls, and probably give him one to develop/test with - also likely need specifications from the manufacturer.

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October 17, 2014, 10:33:34 PM
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i wanna request if possible to include my miner on support list...


my miner is Scrypt Dragon LTC miner 32m

the website is :http://www.lketc.com/goods/show-641.aspx

please advice me possible ro tun my machine using this  BFGMiner

Dragon Scrypt miner 32m
You'll have to talk to nwoolls, and probably give him one to develop/test with - also likely need specifications from the manufacturer.

Given a test unit and documentation I'd be happy to. Those two are most important and usually the only thing available is a hastily assembled CGMiner fork (if that).

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October 18, 2014, 03:28:42 AM
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i wanna request if possible to include my miner on support list...


my miner is Scrypt Dragon LTC miner 32m

the website is :http://www.lketc.com/goods/show-641.aspx

please advice me possible ro tun my machine using this  BFGMiner

Dragon Scrypt miner 32m
You'll have to talk to nwoolls, and probably give him one to develop/test with - also likely need specifications from the manufacturer.

Given a test unit and documentation I'd be happy to. Those two are most important and usually the only thing available is a hastily assembled CGMiner fork (if that).

sorry ., i can't do that..  Sad Im just a small miner at home Sad im not a supplier like that..
is any other way to make it work ?

thank you
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October 18, 2014, 02:11:43 PM
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hi, is there possible to mine with old fpga, like altera cyclone II, if can, how, thanks,

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October 20, 2014, 04:24:37 PM
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hi, is there possible to mine with old fpga, like altera cyclone II, if can, how, thanks,

Most forms of fpga miner that I'm aware of typically are aimed at spartan6 or altera IV

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October 21, 2014, 04:26:32 AM
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NEW VERSION 4.10.0, OCTOBER 21 2014

Human readable changelog:
  • minergate: Support for Spondoolies SP30.
  • titan: Numerous fixes and improvements from the KnCMiner team.

Full changelog:
  • Upgraded Windows libjansson from 2.6 to 2.7
  • i2c-tools are not required by Titan
  • minergate: Fix hashmeter
  • minergate: Support minergate-side ntime rolling for SP30 only
  • minergate: Autodetect SP30 on /tmp/connection_pipe_sp30
  • minergate: Make stats file configurable
  • minergate: SP30 only wants max 10 queue requests at a time
  • minergate: Use work_completed flag for SP30
  • minergate: Only SP10 has a second winner_nonce
  • minergate: Simplify multi-winner_nonce handling
  • Bugfix: minergate: Correct endian for 2nd winner_nonce
  • minergate: Vary max jobs queued
  • minergate: Vary number of requests/responses per packet
  • minergate: Support --set MGT:protover=N
  • Titan: fix compiler warning "maybe-uninitialized"
  • Titan: Increase die inactivity timeout to 20 secs
  • Titan: Slightly improve some debug messages
  • Titan: Use multi-part batched SPI transfers for flushes (saves 2 secs on each flush)
  • Titan: Fix buffer overflow
  • Titan: Increase queue prefill value up to 20
  • Titan: Flag for fast broadcast flushes. Not enabled: DC/DCs trip off easily!
  • Titan: Monitor die health, reconfigure it if no shares in 10 seconds
  • Titan: Make log level of some messages lower, to not clobber the screen
  • Titan: Work assignment and flushing is per-die, not per-ASIC
  • Titan: Set flush flag after re-configuring the die
  • Titan: Refactoring: intermediate variables for first_proc and repr
  • Titan: Flush cores one-by-one right before reconfiguring them
  • Titan: Define for the broadcast core address
  • Titan: Re-configuring dies through API command "procset"
  • Titan: Use correct version of knc_titan_setup_core
  • Titan: configure_one_die func for configuring single die
  • Titan: fill all non-found ASIC structs with the same (invalid) data
  • Titan: Core init parameters (nonce range) independent of number of found dies

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October 21, 2014, 04:43:38 AM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
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October 21, 2014, 05:03:46 AM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
No, still waiting for more details from them on the changes.

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October 21, 2014, 05:14:42 AM
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Ok,Thank you..
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October 21, 2014, 05:13:21 PM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
No, still waiting for more details from them on the changes.

It works, but at ~75 Gh/s rather than 100 Gh/s.

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October 21, 2014, 05:16:09 PM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
No, still waiting for more details from them on the changes.

It works, but at ~75 Gh/s rather than 100 Gh/s.

I get 82+ at 310 frequency.

Not tried higher because I have them running with a bunch of the smaller r-boxes and they don't like going higher.

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October 21, 2014, 05:16:56 PM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
No, still waiting for more details from them on the changes.

Luke,

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October 21, 2014, 05:18:20 PM
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Will this release work with the RockMiner R-Box New 100-110 Gh/s miner?
No, still waiting for more details from them on the changes.

It works, but at ~75 Gh/s rather than 100 Gh/s.
Did you try to clock it at 375 instead of 350? I need to do that with cgminer to get 110 Gh/s or close to it..
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October 24, 2014, 04:37:21 PM
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Since BFG uses the FTDI driver for usb devices, is there any change contemplated due to the FTDI bricking incident in windows update?  I see they have taken it out now, but still plan to implement something to stop non-FTDI chips from working.


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October 25, 2014, 04:43:25 AM
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I'm having issues adding the GPU mining when running scrypt. I use the --scrypt argument, and the -S opencl:auto argument, and it runs, but only at around 16 khs, I think it's CPU mining? I have a radeon 270x with the most recent AMD SDK installed, but it's still not working.  Tongue I know I'm doing something wrong, but what?
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October 26, 2014, 03:24:10 AM
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BFGMiner 4.8 through 4.10 have a vulnerability that can be exploited to crash it.
You are vulnerable if you mine on any pool that uses generation payouts.
As far as I know, this includes only Eligius and p2pool.
Eligius is being patched to workaround this issue for now.
p2pool cannot be patched to workaround it.
If you are using p2pool or another generating pool, add "#skipcbcheck" on the end of your pool URI.
For example: bfgminer -o "stratum+tcp://localhost:9332/#skipcbcheck"

I will be releasing BFGMiner 4.10.1 shortly with a fix for this vulnerability.
Doing so implies publicly disclosing the nature of the vulnerability, making it easy for others to exploit, so I will wait a few days before doing so, in order to give everyone using p2pool an opportunity to enable the skipcbcheck workaround.

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October 28, 2014, 01:26:55 PM
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Hello, thanks a lot for the awesome miner tool!
I've been using it since some time, yesterday I set up an Ubuntu machine, when using apt-get install everything works but when I launch it I see version 3.10, not 4.10. Was it downgraded temporarily for the vulnerability? Graphic glitch? Or is it best to download the source and compile for the latest version? Thanks again
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October 28, 2014, 02:51:50 PM
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Hello, thanks a lot for the awesome miner tool!
I've been using it since some time, yesterday I set up an Ubuntu machine, when using apt-get install everything works but when I launch it I see version 3.10, not 4.10. Was it downgraded temporarily for the vulnerability? Graphic glitch? Or is it best to download the source and compile for the latest version? Thanks again
Ubuntu tends to let packages go stale in general; I'd suggest a "me too" on https://bugs.launchpad.net/trusty-backports/+bug/1339411 and maybe offer to be the tester they need.

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October 29, 2014, 02:35:06 PM
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BFGMiner 4.8 through 4.10 have a vulnerability that can be exploited to crash it.
You are vulnerable if you mine on any pool that uses generation payouts.
As far as I know, this includes only Eligius and p2pool.
Eligius is being patched to workaround this issue for now.
p2pool cannot be patched to workaround it.
If you are using p2pool or another generating pool, add "#skipcbcheck" on the end of your pool URI.
For example: bfgminer -o "stratum+tcp://localhost:9332/#skipcbcheck"

I will be releasing BFGMiner 4.10.1 shortly with a fix for this vulnerability.
Doing so implies publicly disclosing the nature of the vulnerability, making it easy for others to exploit, so I will wait a few days before doing so, in order to give everyone using p2pool an opportunity to enable the skipcbcheck workaround.
FWIW, it turns out this is only a problem with debug enabled.
If you don't use --debug or --debuglog, you are unaffected.

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October 31, 2014, 01:59:59 AM
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Hello, thanks a lot for the awesome miner tool!
I've been using it since some time, yesterday I set up an Ubuntu machine, when using apt-get install everything works but when I launch it I see version 3.10, not 4.10. Was it downgraded temporarily for the vulnerability? Graphic glitch? Or is it best to download the source and compile for the latest version? Thanks again
Ubuntu tends to let packages go stale in general; I'd suggest a "me too" on https://bugs.launchpad.net/trusty-backports/+bug/1339411 and maybe offer to be the tester they need.

ok, done. I am no ubuntu power user but I will get it a way or the other:)
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