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1  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [Closed]R17x: Black Arrow Prospero X-3 <DZMC Exclusive> $130 / 40GHS on: October 06, 2014, 06:46:50 PM

Thank you for the prompt refund. Funds received.
No problems at all.

8d654a418da465f5ee3ae6f4c1047f4fcbbd9f45f68120f8de7a066f86232606-000


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Hello Bob,
Sorry about whole Black Arrow outcome. These things happen. Could you please refund me.

Forum Name onryo
# of Shares 3
Order Number 1047
TXID d9926cfbf4276547e945eb503205c53e70ff914dbcfa2f9b8d102df8adb90c6a
BTC Paid 0.32520482 BTC
Refund Address 1onryo1uHwq8gkj6bM3iKMhxuHTde18JG

All the best

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2  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [Closed]R17x: Black Arrow Prospero X-3 <DZMC Exclusive> $130 / 40GHS on: July 10, 2014, 09:45:29 PM
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Well I could give you the abbreviated update, so you understand why there is nobody in DZ that gives a shit anymore.

Could you please refrain from speaking for others. Better yet … STFU and stop embarrassing yourself. Yeah so what, I bought my shares when btc was over 1000 USD. Not going to cry about it. I am an accountable adult and I knew the risks. Hoping for the best but prepared for the worst. Come what may. Here is a little something for your pain... because I care.

3  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN]R17x: Black Arrow Prospero X-3 <DZMC Exclusive> $110 / 40GHS on: December 03, 2013, 01:40:07 AM
#1047

3 shares

Transaction ID: d9926cfbf4276547e945eb503205c53e70ff914dbcfa2f9b8d102df8adb90c6a

All the best
4  Local / Italiano (Italian) / Re: 1 milione di dollari a chi riesce a scoprire la password on: November 27, 2013, 09:47:09 PM
This is really unfortunate.
I highly recommend you safeguard yourself if you let somebody else crack your password. 95% of passwords are really not that hard to crack when it comes to the general population. Things get tricky when it comes to truly random-ish passwords that are longer. That is almost never the case though. I even found one of my old pw |23p34t. (repeat. In geek speak). THC-Hydra for networked cracking and “John The Ripper” for more or less everything else are the two I used the most. You can tweak the code to w/e you need to crack. There are dictionaries out there that are over 10GB but an optimized one for your way of thinking and language would be recommend. You can find some “simple ones” here http://www.openwall.com/wordlists/
5  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OFFICIAL FIRST GROUP BUY] BitMain Antminer S1 - 30 units on: November 27, 2013, 08:19:51 PM
Was wondering why these cost about 2500 USD (15500 CYN) on the Chinese pages of bitcointalk. Not to mention it looks like they can buy these without using BTC?.

Google Translate:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=340071.msg3648732#msg3648732

BTC as I write this is at 1030USD? If we must use BTC maybe it can be a floating value locked to a USD price?

I must admit the Ant miner does look nice.
6  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [GROUP BUY EU] #1 Bitmain Antminer U1 USB Erupter [ANN] on: November 23, 2013, 03:37:30 AM
Interested in the AntMiner S1.
That is if the price is not retarded and it has the power to hash ratio quoted.
Sounds like a bitfury killer.
Mark me as interested for batch 1.
7  Economy / Auctions / Re: Auction of 2nd most expensive Pizza in history of Bitcoin on: November 21, 2013, 10:47:45 PM
punin,bitfury and else are part of the same greedy team

money and btc are god for them

there is no rules,no words and no self respect with them, only greed and btc are welcome

isnt that cool?


Your pain is our pain...this should help.

8  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [EU/UK GROUP BUY] Blue Fury USB miner 2.2 - 2.7 GH/s on: November 19, 2013, 05:04:30 PM
Thx OutCast3k
SSH'd into the Debian armhf SoC about a day or two after kick off.
The Fury is doing Avg 2.77/ 2.58 Ghs. Just dropped a 0-25k SMD pot parallel over R15. With no fan I get about 4.5% HW error. With a fan HW Error is about 3.2%. Ill set it for about 2.7 GH/s and that will improve the error rate even more. No need to flash as Luke's code quills a lot of the issues.



This is just a little side toy I am playing with. 3 BE, 1 "Blue Fury" and a 30 GH/s BFL on ARM SoC with a little Dlink DUB-H7. The OS is my own brew of Debian with a git pull from Luke-Jr from a few days back. Rock solid.

Might mod it by chaining in a a few more fury chips with their own power supplies and pcb board just for the “tinker factor”.
You don't have any bare bitfury chips to sell do you?

All the best
Onryo

How did you managed to get it to 2.7? I am also using the latest bfgminer. What commands are you using?

I had about 2.23 GH/s at first like most here. Took a look at the PCB and realized the fury chip was a bit choked to prevent heat and USB power issues. R15 next to the button was set at 22k. Read that a value of 10k would be fine. By paralleling another resistor you get R= 1 /(1/R1 + 1/R2). Set a tiny SMD pot to about 19k (careful not to set to low!) and bridged the the 22k resistor for a total of about 10k. Did a reboot and was seeing about 2.84 GH/s. High error rate and the heat sink was getting really hot. A little increase on the pots resistance landed me at at an Avg of 2.78 GH/s and a report of 2.61 GH/s. Error 4.6%

 
So you have an idea of what you should be listing in your rc.local (using Debian armhf on a SoC)
Code:
ls /dev/tty*
To make sure you are really listing the right device (a /dev/ttyACMx) on the port see what is there.
Code:
udevadm info --query=all -n /dev/ttyACM0 | grep ID_VENDOR

A fury will show:

Code:
E: ID_VENDOR=BFMG
E: ID_VENDOR_ENC=BFMG
E: ID_VENDOR_FROM_DATABASE=Atmel Corp.
E: ID_VENDOR_ID=03eb

This is even more important for ttyUSB devices since BE and BFL etc all will show up as /dev/ttyUSB* stuff.

Just change the ttyUSB0 to ttyUSB1,2,3 …n. In my case this is the cmd in my;

Code:
/etc/rc.local

Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS bfgminer ./bfgminer -S bigpic:/dev/ttyACM0 -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB0 -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB1 -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB2 --config /home/zion/.bfgminer/bfgminer.conf

If ports start changing on you give the -S noauto a read

This is even more important for ttyUSB* devices since BE and BFL etc all will show up as /dev/ttyUSB* stuff.
Just change the ttyUSB0 to ttyUSB1,2,3 …n.

Using screen like this with the -dmS will just kick off the command and detach while the S parameter gives it a nice name “bfgminer”.  

Anyway I have my fury set at 2.7 GH/s now and that seems to be “the sweet spot” on this thing. More or less what I got with a fury chip setup I built running at 0.84V @ 2.5A clocked at 230MHz. This thing should be easy to chain fury chips on...idk. If I can get hold of some bare chips Ill give it a shot...that is if I don't get some ANT (BM1380) chips sent to me first for another project.

Somebody said something about "the pencil mod cmd" lol, sure that might work too. Not sure I personally would do it that way.
9  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [EU/UK GROUP BUY] Blue Fury USB miner 2.2 - 2.7 GH/s on: November 17, 2013, 11:00:57 PM
Thx OutCast3k
SSH'd into the Debian armhf SoC about a day or two after kick off.
The Fury is doing Avg 2.77/ 2.58 Ghs. Just dropped a 0-25k SMD pot parallel over R15. With no fan I get about 4.5% HW error. With a fan HW Error is about 3.2%. Ill set it for about 2.7 GH/s and that will improve the error rate even more. No need to flash as Luke's code quills a lot of the issues.



This is just a little side toy I am playing with. 3 BE, 1 "Blue Fury" and a 30 GH/s BFL on ARM SoC with a little Dlink DUB-H7. The OS is my own brew of Debian with a git pull from Luke-Jr from a few days back. Rock solid.

Might mod it by chaining in a a few more fury chips with their own power supplies and pcb board just for the “tinker factor”.
You don't have any bare bitfury chips to sell do you?

All the best
Onryo
10  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Blue Fury Support Thread. on: November 10, 2013, 12:29:45 PM
I disagree in regard to running -S bigpic:all.  I am running my single BF with bfgminer 3.5.1, with the 'alfa driver' provided by Beastlymac, through a batch file called #MINE.bat on Win7 64, the content of this batch file is
bfgminer.exe -S bigpic:all -o [pool url] -u [user name] -p [password]

You can use -S bigpic:all as long as you don't also have USB Block Erupters.  As has been discussed before, using -S bigpic:all will screw up erupters, and using -S erupter:all will screw up BFs.

Thanks Norby! I was trying to say that. I hope everything worked out for you Lou!


BTW G'morning all

Hi,

I got the driver installed on Win8.1 but none of the Blue Fury's are showing up in bfgminer 3.5.1 on my PC or MinePeon 0.24rc2(with git pull). Does anyone know what commands I should use to get them all to show. I have 4 of them on 2 usb hubs(2 each hub). I have tried plugging into USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports and a no go for both. Anyone have any ideas? I would prefer to use them on Minepeon.

This is what i'm using below for Minepeon.

#!/bin/bash
sleep 10
/usr/bin/screen -dmS miner /opt/minepeon/bin/bfgminer -S bitfury:/dev/ttyACM0 -S bitfury:/dev/ttyACM1 -S bitfury:/dev/ttyACM3 -S bitfury:/dev/ttyAMA0 -c /opt/minepeon/etc/miner.conf

This is the list of the devices listed using "ls /dev/tty*



Thanks.
Try changing the bitfury to bigpic or bf1

How do you know which tty belongs to what miner?

Not sure about Arch but on Debian like systems

Code:
udevadm info --query=all -n /dev/ttyACM0 | grep ID_VENDOR

Just replace the ttyACM0 (above) with the device you need info on. Same goes for ttyUSB devices.

GNU/Linux Debian armhf on SoC. BFGMiner 3.5.1
11  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Blue Fury Support Thread. on: November 08, 2013, 03:43:50 PM
I'm using both block erupters and blue furies on the same instance of bfgminer.

Like previous posters have said, you just have to specify your devices.  It's pretty easy to do on Linux.  I'm using RedHat 6, but the process should be similar on Ubuntu.  To find out where your miners are, run:
Code:
ls /dev/tty*

Block erupters show up as /dev/ttyUSB# and blue furies are /dev/ttyACM#

So your basic bfgminer command for 3 erupters and 2 blue furies would be:
Code:
bfgminer -c bfgminer.conf -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB0 -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB1 -S erupter:/dev/ttyUSB2 -S bigpic:/dev/ttyACM0 -S bigpic:/dev/ttyACM1

note that I've defined the blue furies as "bigpic".  On Ubuntu I had to use "bitfury" but on Windows it was "BF1".  I actually run 21 erupters and 2 furies.  It makes for a very long command line, but I launch with a shell script so it's no more difficult than specifying 'all'.
A little advice would be to not blindly add all USB devices as Block Eruptors from
Code:
ls /dev/ttyUSB*
Try
Code:
udevadm info --query=all -n /dev/ttyUSB0 | grep ID_VENDOR
Just replace the 0 for each device found. You might see something like
ID_VENDOR=Butterfly_Labs gear etc.

All the best

GNU/Linux Debian armhf on SoC
12  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [EU/UK GROUP BUY] Blue Fury USB miner 2.2 - 2.7 GH/s on: November 08, 2013, 03:18:49 PM
I would like a tracking number as well if possible.
Me too.
All the best
13  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [EU/UK GROUP BUY] Blue Fury USB miner 2.2 - 2.7 GH/s on: October 31, 2013, 04:25:31 PM

You will be pleased to see this picture.. I know I am... thought all my hubs were about to become useless

These are RedFurys in this picture, but I would imagine they are roughly the same size as Blues

https://i.imgur.com/1bX2Okm.jpg

BTC was an innovative fork from an invariantly broken social/economic institution, the digital anthropomorphism of a voice of synergistic reason. All I hear today are the distant echoes of greed and hostility. As awesome as that RedFury setup looks, I must ask – why did you post those photos in this thread?

Edited photo. Post #486 made a good point.
14  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [LIMITED] GB #1 BPMC BLUEFURY USB Miner ]~2.5 GH/s 0.90 or less~BTC $139 Paypal on: October 08, 2013, 12:34:02 PM
Might be a few days delay it would seem. From OutCast3k GB on this same device.

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OutCast3k
As far as I'm aware after speaking with him the PCBs are manufactured in China and there was a Chinese holiday at the start of the month which delayed shipment of those slightly, on top of that beastlymac initially wasn't able to contact the bitfury team because of the forums down time. All of which put this project behind schedule slightly. I was told at very worst they would ship by the middle of the month to myself and the other resellers.

Beastlymac
Yep Chinese holidays have caused some issues with pcb availability. Everything is ordered and inbound to fabrication.
---------

From Oct 1 - Oct 7 is so called "National Day Golden Week Holiday. Well back to the sweat shops kids!. "Happy week" is over!

No wonder there are so many people in China with this much free time
- Chinese people legally enjoy over 115 days off including 104 days of weekends and 11 days of festivals.

http://www.travelchinaguide.com/essential/public-holiday.htm
15  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: CoinTerra Unveils a 2TH/s ASIC Bitcoin Miner : TerraMiner IV on: September 29, 2013, 05:25:17 AM
Your TerraMiner II that is set to be shipped on January 14 looks really interesting. 1 TH/s at $3500USD and a power utilization of 600 Watts (0.6 Watts/GH) and “only” $3.5 a GH looks extremely interesting.

http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/a/fa1b28edd8

As they say. If it sounds to good to be true it probably is.
I for one will make an order if you escrow or PP or use some other reversible payment. Sorry but we have been fucked over one to many times. Your team looks awesome. A European manufacturer/distributor would be advised as many of us are sick of shipping (shipping/customs time) custom fees and shipping fees and worst the satanic rape tax from items from outside of the EU. As a company you can avoid the import tax to Europe if the devices are assembled in the EU. Something as trivial as dropping in a PSU can be considered “manufacturing”. Pick a EU country that has ultra low taxes to send the items from that EU country. That way other EU countries wont get smacked with say a 25% (like the Nordic countries) import tax. They would just pay what the other EU sending country has to pay in VAT.  Not sure if things have change with the laws in the last 6 years but this is how we would get things done back then.
16  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [CLOSED] GB #1 BPMC BLUEFURY USB Miner 2.2~2.7 GH/s 0.90 or less~BTC $139 Paypal on: September 28, 2013, 10:02:05 PM
Hi Maidak,

Thanks for the pm. Nice to know all went well with the payment. Will you be sending a email with a tracking number when the time comes? Just so we know you actually sent our devices. This also would be a bit of a safety for you since you are selling with PP. Would be nice if you could also put our names down on the list. All this will build seller trust for future group buys you make.

All the best! Can't wait for my stuff to arrive  Smiley
17  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: PiMiner - DIY mining controller/monitor with Raspberry Pi [v1.1] on: September 28, 2013, 05:00:04 PM
Has anyone heard of or tried to get the LCD Plate working with BFGminer using PiMiner?

I am not a code expert so really don't know what I'd be looking at editing PiMiner.py to get it to work.

Cheers,


# Been running Raspbian, BFGMiner, Adafruit 2x16 LCD and a handful of BE with no problems at all.
# Forgot all about my little setup them until I saw this post.
# The erupters have been hashing away for 2-3 weeks non-stop. HW errors 0.48%. No lockups or issues. Really solid!

git clone https://github.com/luke-jr/bfgminer.git
cd bfgminer
./autogen.sh
./configure
make

# I like to run BFGMiner from the build dir. I don't install.
# BFGMiner's API does not blindly listen to any old crap. We need to enable the api in a way
# that is not going to restict the port.
# There are a few ways to do this but the easyest is to use api-network.

./bfgminer -o http://xxxxx:port -u onryo -p xxx --api-listen --api-network -S erupter:all

# Now your Adafruit is hashing away with your erupters with BFGMiner and your Adafruit is
# working just fine with your erupters.

# Make a nice bfgminer.conf file and save it in lets say ~/.bfgminer/ so you dont lose it.
# I just pull my "play around" gits in a dir called sandbox.

Add this to your /etc/rc.local

cd /home/pi/sandbox/PiMiner
python PiMiner.py &
cd /home/pi/sandbox/bfgminer
./bfgminer --config /home/pi/.bfgminer/bfgminer.conf -S erupter:all

# I don't use nohup for a lot of reasons.

# If you do not want to see "connecting to cgminer" when you start your RPi
# change the line in PiMinerDisplay.py to

self.lcd.message('connecting\nto BFGMiner ...')

# top shows that PiMiner is a CPU hog though. 28%   Roll Eyes
18  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [EU/UK GROUP BUY] Blue Fury USB miner 2.2 - 2.7 GH/s on: September 25, 2013, 02:23:31 PM
x1 payment sent

Code:
4017f3b661989eea80e09da70c6ee577a04d91b21557ae119491d262958e3cc0

pm sent to OutCast3k
19  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] GB #1 BPMC BLUEFURY USB Miner 2.2~2.7 GH/s 0.90 or less~BTC $139 Paypal on: September 24, 2013, 06:02:21 AM
Thought I would give this a spin before I (might order a few more) to see what can be done with them.

--------------------
Erik Adler aka Onryo
http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=onryo
1onryo1uHwq8gkj6bM3iKMhxuHTde18JG
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 0x2B4B58FE
P.P. (Now broke on BTC atm =/)
Web Accept Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #2P476114WW951724V)
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When can I expect this thing in Sweden?

All the best!

20  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: HOWTO: create a 100% secure wallet on: March 07, 2013, 08:45:59 AM
You would have to really trust the bitcoin specific live cd's because they could be comprimised already.

The developer's pubic key has a massive web of trust and signed by well known devs.
You then make the decision to add the public key to your chain.

Check again if find the keys fingerprint all over the net.

Don't be an idiot and sign any pubic keys unless you yourself know the owner and got it face to face. For your own keychain trust models be pessimistic. 

gpg --verify xxxxx.iso.asc xxxxx.iso

Make sure you see "good signature"

This is a good start.

--
GPG/PGP key ID: 0x2B4B58FE
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 0x2B4B58FE
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