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1  Bitcoin / Mining support / VPN question on: March 25, 2014, 12:07:02 PM
Fellow Bitcoin bubbas,
i was curious about a question about VPN services. I am sure some people here have experience with VPNs. When i run a private VPN software on one machine, does that software set my whole IP and hence network on the new VPN tunnel or just that one machine? For instance, do i need to install the same software on all my miners to put the data on the VPN tunnel or can i just run it on my main machines software? I have been learning alot on VPNs over the last couple days but i have not been able to find a solid answer about at what level does the software create a tunnel. From what i understand, if i run it on one machine it creates the tunell and changes my router to reassign all data on my network to be in the tunnel.

My goal is to put most of my mining activity and browsing activity on a VPN tunnel.

Thanks for your time.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 2 EVGA GTX 670 video cards on: February 02, 2014, 07:32:00 PM
Hello Bitcoin forums,
I am looking to sell my 2xGTX 670s (together). I used to use them in my gaming machine, but i have since replaced them with R9 290s so i can mine while I am not on my main machine. Each card has about one year of average gaming use on it. I am looking to sell both with the SLI bridge for .5 BTC, shipping included. I will ship the business day after payment. Please only US/Canada





Please message me if you are interested. Please only send payment after you PM me and we confirm the sale. I will post all updates on this thread to include when i receive payment and shipping date. Escrow open but at buyers expense. I wanted to try here first to see if anyone is interested to save some auction fees on ebay and such. Bitcoin address in signature is good. I would be happy to answer any questions before any agreement is made.

newegg link from where i bought them from even though they are not available anymore from them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130785

first come, first serve basis.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / new user using cgminer on linux on: November 17, 2013, 02:27:15 AM
hello everyone,
I have been mining bitcoins for awhile on my windows machine and ASIC miner and i just purchased a litecoin machine so i could start doing some litecoin mining on linux. I am having a huge problem and i cannot figure out why it is.

I am following CryptoBadgers guide somewhat since alot of it is older information. I am also on Xubuntu 13.10. When i get to the scrypt making i want to bypass that and just run the program for now....but i cant seem to properly install it.

https://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,2635.0.html

i have installed the latest AMD drivers and when i run an aitconfig --adapter=all --odgt they display with temps so i know its not a driver problem.

I can also run fgl_glxgears and it works flawless

i tried downloading the .build CGminer current file as instructed in the guide but after compiling it with the jar jxvf command i cannot open cgminer at all

I even tried downloading the regular 3.8.2 file from the cgminer site and running ./configure, make and make
 install commands i still cannot open the program. It even completes but i still cant run it.

i even followed this guide http://www.distrogeeks.com/install-cgminer-latest-ubuntu/
i got all the dependies and AMD-APP-SDK but every time i make-install a cgminer file i get nothing when i type cgminer in CD.

Does anyone have an idea of why i can't seem to go through the whole process of compiling CGMiner but i cannot run the program? I always have the option of picking up a small HDD at the store and just putting windows on this machine to mine with but i really want to keep my litecoin miners in Linux if i can help it.

any help would be appreciated. Also please remember that i literally started learning linux yesterday. If anyone has a good guide link that can direct a brand new Ubuntu user correctly for CGMiner i would greatly appreciate it. thanks
4  Other / Beginners & Help / What have you done with your GPU mining rigs? on: October 18, 2013, 06:08:36 PM
I am just curious to see how many people have sold their GPU rigs or have moved them to alternate coins. I would assume most people moved them to a script coin of some kind.
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