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761  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 21, 2013, 11:38:47 PM
I've tracked some issues to a dodgy hub, I have rearranged them best I can but still have the dodgy one in my setup due to a shortage of ports.

Weird how 0.2.2 didn't care but 0.2.3 goes nuts, am back on 0.2.2 until new hubs arrive. I have now cut the 5V line sucessfully with my new arrangement.

For those interested the dodgy hub was from jaycar.



It now only works on 3 ports, any erupter plugged in after the 3rd port goes from idle to constantly flashing as if its getting interference on the line voltage (thats my guess anyway), so if anyone else has these hubs keep an eye on them.

I was pushing it way above spec with an uprated psu, she was running 7-8 erupters for the last month.
762  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: I'm starting to get fucking pissed (BFL) on: August 21, 2013, 10:56:59 PM
Got refund without any problems. The whole process took 8 days. Details: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268283.msg2978545#msg2978545
Thanks baloo, I had found it. Am really considering this now after the latest..
However there is still no comparable product off shelf so I may give it a few weeks.

Must check out how bitfurys doing... Wink
763  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Klondike - 16 chip ASIC Open Source Board - Preliminary on: August 21, 2013, 10:51:11 PM
This has been so exciting to see unfolding. BKK as a fellow EE, I can tell you that I love the board design and layout. The symmetry is awesome. Do you plan to offer an option to buy assembled with the included BOM for those of us that have the equipment to assemble? Might also take any possible issues of assembly out of the loop for a few of us as well.

Once again, thanks for all your hard work. Smiley

I don't think BKK has the resources to provide assembled,  but am sure Marto74 can help you out.
764  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 21, 2013, 11:44:46 AM
long as you live and after (your kids and grand child can continue BFL upgrade path).

Don't post things like this, it may give them idea's  Shocked
765  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Best MotherBoard for Butterfly Labs Monarch PCI card? on: August 21, 2013, 09:44:06 AM
Warning - I put up a shelf for my little singles 3 months ago.

Wife is pretty tired of dusting that empty shelf now..  Wink
766  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 21, 2013, 07:59:52 AM
could someone direct me to the 0.2.3a download, I really want to give this a go.

I asked google... Sorry  Roll Eyes

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OK I gave 0.2.3a a go and I seem to get my erupters going idle randomly,
 so randomly that their is barely a second when there is not 1 device idle. looks real pretty though.

Neil this is just to give you and others some feed back,
It may be nothing wrong with the image as their defiantly seems something screwy with my setup..
767  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 20, 2013, 01:18:47 PM
Hi Guys,

I am in the process of uploading a new 'test' image that I am going to call MinePeon-0.2.3a .

It is identical to 0.2.3 EXCEPT it includes the libraries, files and startup for both PiMiner and cgminerLCDStats.  If you have either of those LCD shields (or both) they should startup at boot.

Neil
+10000 Thanks, I've been having issues and gone back to a previous sd card as i have not had time to test and resolve it (no donation on that card,but you got 7.5g for a couple of hours while i screwed about with it,).
So I will give this a go.

On another note I cut the red wire on my hub cable to sort out my power issues, but had to solder it back as all my miners stopped working. i tested it and it is the 5V + , did I miss something ? the hubs are powered it should not need it ? right ?  Huh
768  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Klondike - 16 chip ASIC Open Source Board - Preliminary on: August 19, 2013, 01:18:56 PM
Seriously, I hope people are not doing PP disputes on BKK. I know we are all a bit jittery at the moment but hey BKK is not Avalon and has put so much into all this, lets all just give him time to concentrate were he needs whilst we wait for our chips...Am sure this will work out for the K16's, maybe tight on k1's but they where just for fun really anyway  Wink
769  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [Closed]Avalon Chips - 0.081 BTC (Global+Escrow)-BATCH2 SECURED on: August 19, 2013, 12:27:09 PM
So after 2 PM unreplyed... I will try my luck here!

sal, am vazut ca marto din bulgaria are alt design pt 16 chipuri, din cate am inteles avantajul ar fi ca-i poti face overclock foarte usor marind din soft voltajul

-o sa colaborezi cu el ca sa produci si tu aceelasi tip de placa HEX16

merci
hi, I saw that marto from bulgaria has another 16 chip design, the advantage is that you can overclock easy by rising the voltage.
-will you collaborate with him to produce the same type of design, HEX16?

Thank you
Hi acidu,
I too have been following marto, am very impressed with his work.. I see no reason why you can't have steve send your chips to him for a hex16, just because you bought the chips here does not commit you to steve building your board. I haven't decided yet myself but have chips in different group buys so will probably send them to the same builder (depending on my confidence, if not I'll spread them about).

Steve correct me if am wrong...
770  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [Closed]Avalon Chips - 0.081 BTC (Global+Escrow)-BATCH2 SECURED on: August 19, 2013, 12:18:40 PM
I've got 16 chips in batch #2 I would like to part with.

Code:
21 16 1.296 14nMckbsrtMoYYnz2MK7wWoyjc97jVtked

Looking for .08 a piece - PM me if interested
At this stage in the game I might be tempted with the gamble at a large discount, maybe .04/05 not what your looking for am sure, best just hang in there like the rest of us..  Wink
771  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 19, 2013, 09:16:45 AM
Just for info :
Am getting power issues on the USB again with the new build ( same as when I updated Arch )
It would seem the updated Arch does not like my hub.
I have NOT cut the 5V line on the usb cable (yet) as I never needed to before (it always worked fine on the old Arch) and I could always plug and unplug freely.

Anyway am off to splice some cables.  Wink

P.S Its the red wire is it not ?
772  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 19, 2013, 12:37:37 AM
This will never ship since they need the pre-orders for funding it and they will not get enough pre-orders due to their terrible track record.

In a sane world you would be right but sadly I think you will be wrong.  My guess is they get enough pre-orders within a week.
+1
from what i have seen in BFL shout box, there creaming their panties...
 Shocked
773  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [POLL] Do you trust BF Labs Inc. (Butterfly Labs) NOW? on: August 19, 2013, 12:25:42 AM
Most BFL customer that have received and made ROI are over the moon and will be purchasing the new blade.

Those stuck in line with little chance of ROI are split.

I will not upgrade, however the thought has entered my head,

Will production tapper off now so I won't actually receive my goods before the new blade starts to ship? This is the Trap !

What ever ! No more $$$'s are going in BFL's direction from me,
Product = very good
Trust = 0
Ponzi = probably
unlawful refund policy = defiantly
Josh's attitude to customers = priceless
774  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Butterfly Labs New 600GH "Mining Card" - RED FLAGS?!?! on: August 18, 2013, 06:55:54 AM
B) To remove PayPal and CC's from the equation.

This  Shocked
775  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 18, 2013, 06:18:03 AM

so how many revisions is this shit gonna take?

and are you really competent to design something like this?

haha, probably not...and i can safely assume your estimated power consumption gonna be off as always.
It's kind of funny that people are worried about the technicalities of a product that may never ship. There is talk of a boycott of BFL new products, I presume due to their ongoing failure to do more than a token effort at clearing their 14mth backlog as promised. It will be interesting to see what effect that has on the new product pre-orders.
We will never know, BFL don't discuss there order book, can't have people making accurate predictions of when there ponzi will end..
776  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 18, 2013, 06:04:49 AM
Perhaps as a community we should all start talking about manipulating the BTC difficulty (if it were possible). Possibly with pool operators assisting in the effort.

I don't really see how it would be possible, other then trying to control the flow of ASICs by delaying orders, like BFL has done.

Change the protocol Xgh per client per IP Address, or something. Level the playing field for all. I have no idea how to do it thou, but everyone should have equal opportunity with a new currency or we may as well stick with fiat.
777  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 18, 2013, 05:42:23 AM
BOYCOTT.

Pop over to the BFL forums to see how the Boycott is going !!

I feel sick to my stomach, and this will be the same with Avalon's next gen.

Am sticking to my no more pre-orders philosophy, but i feel mining is lost now to the greater fool..

Looks like Josh was correct about completing back orders in September.

Am out of this game till the dust settles..Too rich poor for me.
778  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 18, 2013, 04:37:04 AM
I might have missed it in the past 19 pages so just in case.

Just shut up and take my money

Your card sir.


I actually want that credit card!

What for ? You cant buy your next BFL order with it ! They don't take CC !

Seriously thou, I want one too.. Respect  Grin
779  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 on: August 18, 2013, 02:37:09 AM
All those lemmings that will be cancelling there order to upgrade  Tongue

I would consider you a bigger lemming for sticking it out this long in the face of skyrocketing difficulty and a completely shady company that has failed to deliver promises time and time again, for over a year.  
If I had not paid with bank tx, Do you think I would have stuck it out?

Lets bicker over the past while BFL suck in the next bunch of newbies to there ponzi financial concentration camp.

No Paypal, no Credit Card, open the doors to the gas chambers and herd them in.   Shocked
780  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 18, 2013, 01:28:16 AM

Are you talking about MinePeon update or Arch Linux update? I never had problems with MinePeon but I always destroy the SD when trying to update the OS.
Am sure its the arch update that does it, my last attempt was successful with nothing plugged into the usb's.


I believe that in most cases, the cgminerLCDStats should function correctly even if you skip doing both the MinePeon and the OS updates. Honestly, I included the update steps without thinking much about it, just because I'm in the habit of always doing it. Now that I'm more familiar with MinePeon, I think I'll update the tutorial to show the updates as optional steps. That'll be more appropriate for the user base I think.

I was having issues with python that were resolved with the OS update, am thinking this will not be an issue once 0.2.3 is released as am sure Neil said somewhere arch was updated..so then cgminerLCDStats wont require any additional updates -sweet Grin
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