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841  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: .10 promotion from ASICMiner distribution by CanaryInTheMine on: August 05, 2013, 08:01:01 AM
Batch         Sold        Remaining

14             169         1431
13             369         1062
12             818         244
11             1110       none
10             542         ----
9               317         ----
8               302         ----
7               1013       ----
                 ----------------
                 4640


These figures may not be correct... Don`t burn me plz
842  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: .10 promotion from ASICMiner distribution by CanaryInTheMine on: August 05, 2013, 07:44:09 AM
.05 shipping & handling ! Will International (assuming 1.25 BTC) be on top of that .05

Regards

Edit : this wont concern me at the moment, am batch 10/7
843  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: TechnoBit Eastern Europe, BG Klondike assembly/Платки имонтаж на Авалон чип on: August 05, 2013, 07:36:25 AM
I really like the board stock status. I believe with this way all order will easily fulfilled without component & board stock problem that cause by late shipping or out of stock from supplier.  Smiley

Just order 2 HEX16. First board with full chip & second board with only 4 chip  Wink


I was wondering if you should put in a comments box on the order page for this. If you are intending to part populate boards?
844  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: August 05, 2013, 05:26:31 AM
I will answer all the questions asked below as FAQ here:

Q. Are you going to design your own PCBs?
A. No, we will be using BkkCoins' Klondike design. We are already in talks with him for a bulk order. But of course, we are still waiting for specs from Avalon, before he can finish the design.

Huh
wow thats old...yes they are using his design complete with royalty's...but are having their own boards printed from that design locally,,,at least now they are,,,I remember that faq....lol....I think there has been a lot of twist and turns for TH,,,,, putting it lightly.. Smiley

Plus they have a full k16 already hashing....beyond that does it really matter who makes he boards? they got it now Smiley

BKK I believe has received the revision board and is populating it by hand ( probably as I type, it took him 6hrs last time i believe)

Am sure/hope TeraHash is waiting for the results of the revisions before ordering new pcb`s ( there is no point in anyone else doing this until bkk`s is working )

Were at the mercy of Avalon now  Angry
845  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: August 05, 2013, 05:19:34 AM
Hey gang, (KL and S.gent) thx for the info on canary....super prices! and he sure seems solid with trust! Now if i can just figure out how to send and sign etc,,,lol, but its all there I just need to study his thread again, can't be that hard Smiley

How to sign,post # 410,if the link does not take you to it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195052.msg2087551#msg2087551

Just change the body of the letter to state what you want,its a great example  Cool

The bitcoin address you sent the payment from is ANY address you RECIEVE BTC with to YOUR wallet  Wink

Just copy & paste the 3 fields in an email or PM & your done!!!!  Grin

Hey I just read through that..its a good example. I may have a question still about this part: where am I generating this address from?


In line 1 - enter the bitcoin address you sent the payment from

I that my address for payment to canary (his receive address) ?

Ill look at it more later got to go get supper for me and my son... Smiley
thx Unacceptable,,,great link!

EDIT: I think I just saw my answer in your post,,,that address would be any receive address generated in my own wallet,,,same as if i was generating an address for receiving payment from a pool etc...
Exactly  Wink
I use the addy from my pool,which I've used since June 2011.It's been a steady addy & is easy to find in my wallet & on my pool account page Grin

No problem,I was confused as hell till I found that guys post  Grin
its becoming clearer...lol, thx again man! so you just use the same address over and over for receive coin,,,for the signature part? (line 1)
when signing...

the address you use for the signature should be the address you sent coin from (you need to check the block change transaction to get the address use http://blockchain.info/ or http://blockexplorer.com/) enter you transaction id in the search and you will find the address ( or addresses, use either one)  e.g. my transaction id was ----     fc3180a4cc196558890bb5e884685464c2d27980beca322bf1f1cfd4dbebdaf9
this returns with my address >>>>>>>>>>   1DononEbNw8traGfgQpvkV99tRPkat8H7t
and that is the address to sign with..

Try it with my transaction then do the same for yours  Grin
846  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 04, 2013, 11:13:08 PM
Hi everyone,

I'm Thomas, developing an angular UI for MinePeon :-)
Am Guessing this is in relation to Neils post >>>>>


At he moment the WebUI is getting a lot of attention, AngularJS (http://angularjs.org/) is being introduced as a proper application frame work and it has mobile extensions.

Backups and restores are also coming up in the next versions as well as better process management of the miners.

Neil

In which case Big welcome to Thomas, cant wait to see what you come up with...
847  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: August 04, 2013, 10:12:49 PM
I would guess once Canary gets the promo units in hand ( or confirmation of how many are on there way) he will notify each GB in reverse order until all promo units are gone...
What time frame he gives for uptake, who knows, but I recommend people keep coins on hand to cover,
I can see lots of
 `Please, am waiting for my TX, can you hold x 4 me`
and pressure will be  on the other side to move on to the other batches....
848  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: I am going to test a 7 port hub plus a custom psu on: August 03, 2013, 11:09:29 PM
Thats a 5V hub    aannnddd a 12V PSU HuhHuhHuhHuhHuh

You might not want to do that!

Edit: mixed up your links, me bad... I`ll leave it above just in case anyone else gets any crazy ideas


Why dont you just get a standard ATX PSU separate the 5V and 12V lines and solder the 5V directlty to the hubs.

Bonus : you have spare 12V for K16`s and  fans....
849  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: August 03, 2013, 07:44:44 AM

lol, yep im ordering one asic eruptor just to play with,,,pretty sure it will act like the klondikes with the cgminer,,, not sure on the raspi yet...even tho their pretty cheap now... where/how did you contact canary for a .55 one? through bitcoin forums?  thats a steal! was thinking btc guild,,or even on ebay for 67.00 now and i have a 10% off ebay coupon! WOOT! lol thx!

Canary`s group buy

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264633.msg2830894#msg2830894

If your looking to run Block Erupters on the PI then I recommend Mine Peon as It only involves writing the SD Card and then putting in your pool details. Am sure it will be updated for the K16`s pretty quick as soon as the k16s are in the wild...

http://minepeon.com/index.php/Main_Page (server issues at the moment I think so be patient.)

Support for mine peon here >>>>  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137934.0

Thanks southerngent. That is where I bought the blockerupter usb from. Canary had a great sale over the weekend.

I'm using minepeon on my RasPi and it's working great!

I brought 25 so far with him and am hoping to double up in the next week or so, there are cheaper group buys but I have 100% trust for canary and he is g8 with shipping..
850  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: WTF Avalon? Ship the Chips! on: August 03, 2013, 06:19:14 AM
Chips

Crisps
851  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: August 03, 2013, 05:32:07 AM

lol, yep im ordering one asic eruptor just to play with,,,pretty sure it will act like the klondikes with the cgminer,,, not sure on the raspi yet...even tho their pretty cheap now... where/how did you contact canary for a .55 one? through bitcoin forums?  thats a steal! was thinking btc guild,,or even on ebay for 67.00 now and i have a 10% off ebay coupon! WOOT! lol thx!

Canary`s group buy

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264633.msg2830894#msg2830894

If your looking to run Block Erupters on the PI then I recommend Mine Peon as It only involves writing the SD Card and then putting in your pool details. Am sure it will be updated for the K16`s pretty quick as soon as the k16s are in the wild...

http://minepeon.com/index.php/Main_Page (server issues at the moment I think so be patient.)

Support for mine peon here >>>>  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137934.0
852  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 02, 2013, 11:47:08 PM

BTW, still working on an installation tutorial for the USB LCD cgminer script. I'll hopefully do that today. I know some of y'all were having trouble getting Python and pyUSB set up, so writing up the installation steps is my next goal.

The code as been cleaned up for the most part. It's working well, but there's still a known issue with showing the correct pool in certain cases. Planning to fix that code today as well.


Thanx cardcomm, this will save me some headaches. (another person to add to my donation list (kano ur there too), when/if my serious miners arrive. Thanx 2 BFL and Avalon  Angry )
853  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: August 02, 2013, 10:35:58 PM
Hi everyone!

GOOD NEWS.

Friedcat meant that he can only guarantee up to 30% of the total number of Block Erupter USB ordered by my group buy:

347 * 0.3  = 104.1

So I can only order up to 104 units.

But this only apply up to 10th August. So after that Friedcat told me that I could order up to 100% of the total number of Block Erupter USB ordered previously.


So It looks like this will be 1 for 1 of the 1 btc price   Grin

Its all clear as mud..  Shocked
854  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 02, 2013, 01:56:17 AM

Thanks to the pair of you, I will give it a try.  Grin

edit: looks like this will work, However am having probs with installing the python usb drivers, am over it for the moment and wishing I had another PI to play with that does not have my miner hooked up to. Maybe I`ll regain my enthusiasm in a few days and try again..   Huh

I know the feeling. I just got another Pi from Adafruit yesterday. Smiley

I'm going to try and make notes of the dependancies needed for this code since I plan to do a fresh install on the new Pi. Meanwhile, I THINK (sorry, still waking up) what I did to install the Python USB drivers was grab the pyUSB zip from:
https://github.com/walac/pyusb

and then did a:
sudo python setup.py install

I'll verify later today when bringing up the new Pi.

Getting closer lmao
could you tell me how you installed python, I now have 2 and 3 installed
python cgminerLCDStats.py returns syntax error
python2 cgminerLCDStats.py returns no module named usb
Am thinking I have really screwed it up and will do a fresh install

855  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 01, 2013, 08:02:20 AM
The quick hack fix is to change the "8192" to "65433" in CgminerRPCClient.py
But cardcomm will tidy it up properly when he has a chance.

Major thanks to Kano for his invaluable assistance with my coding hurdles Smiley  I'm not gonna even comment on his hashing capacity, except to say it's sure gonna take the fun out of looking at my LCD showing my single Block Erupter...  lol

I'll finally off to bed now, but I'll be cleaning up the code tomorrow. Meanwhile, I've pushed Kano's quick fix mention above to github. The version there should work now, but still needs cleanup and the display layout won't match Kano's.

I'll post back again very soon once I've made the changes to clean up the code and update the display a bit. Hopefully within a day or two. I hope to add some nice additions eventually as well.

Thanks to the pair of you, I will give it a try.  Grin

edit: looks like this will work, However am having probs with installing the python usb drivers, am over it for the moment and wishing I had another PI to play with that does not have my miner hooked up to. Maybe I`ll regain my enthusiasm in a few days and try again..   Huh
856  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: August 01, 2013, 05:40:40 AM
cardcomm has been working on a python script to the API and I've been testig it for him also on my desktop.
I'll leave him to update you about the script when it's working, but I hacked it up a bit and also got it to display what I wanted Smiley
Pointing at my main rig:

Code:
[root@minepeon ~]# sudo python cgminerLCDStats.py
  File "cgminerLCDStats.py", line 89
    print "No summary data found"
                                ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
[root@minepeon ~]#


complete linux newbie here....but trying to learn

Any hints  Grin

Should I be using python3 (or 2)
Edit : runs under python2 but
Code:
JSON decoding error - bad JSON sring:
{"STATUS":[{"STATUS":"S","When":1375336997,"Code blah blah blah
857  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL ASIC mining board project on: July 30, 2013, 11:30:34 AM
Watching - If your successful perhaps you could get BFL to transfer my orders over to you.  Grin
858  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [SHIPPING MONDAY] #15 ASICMiner Erupter USB - .55 btc 2000+ shipping on: July 30, 2013, 02:28:54 AM
At FedEx dropping off international orders. All but 1 FedEx went out. PM for the one went out. The rest will receive tracking numbers later.

All USPSes went out.  I think about 3 or 4 folks received a PM where there was an issue with transaction.  These will be resolved tonight still and head out in AM.

This was a crazy day!!  Grin

There are no extra units from today's delivery.

I will be receiving another large batch in 2-3 days from friedcat.


Received 2000 units and shipped them. All done in one day by Canary and elves! Wow! Smiley
Puts BFL to shame.  Cheesy
Perhaps we could have a group buy to buy out BFL and put Canary in as a community Manager.  Grin
859  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: July 20, 2013, 11:59:05 PM
i find that very annoying that minepeon reverts to the donate pools after a reboot. i just accidentally mined for two straight days in someones else pocket.

 Are you using sudo shutdown -h now command. It should not do that after rebooting ?.

 Reboot or reflash ?.
I wondered about this, as I have been just pulling the plug which is probably responsible for the death of 2 of my SD cards (they were cheap).

 shut down/restart in the webui would be a good feature at some point, I know you have a long to do list and its me just being lazy really. Grin
860  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Upgrading a 3.5A adaptor on a USB hub on: July 20, 2013, 12:22:27 PM
That would look pretty slick. The less wiring the better!

Exactly, my current plan is 2 bfl LS, 3 K16`s, 1 Bitburner, 25 Block erupters, and 5 K1 nanos all of a single psu.

Then put all the psu`s in a draw for back up.

I have 12V 120mm case fans on order for cooling that I can run of the same source.

I have an 10 port orico(anker) at the moment but no go on rpi so has to be replaced. This seems the best option, let the suckers have all the juice they want..The PSU has 28Amps on the 5V rail so should be good for 50 USB`s  Wink

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