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June 05, 2011, 12:02:18 PM
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Software:
   MSI Afterburner (http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm)
   Phoenix (http://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=6458.0)
   GeekTool (http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/)


1. Activate logging for both MSI Afterburner and Phoenix.


   a) MSI Afterburner:
      - Go to "Settings"

      - Go to tab "Monitoring"

      - Activate "Log history to file"


   b) Phoenix
      - Create a text file

      - Copy/Paste this command line:
        
Code:
cmd /c phoenix -u http://kwaaak.2:yFd4yW4kt4RghEw2W7XPV3zyxXN5bP@swepool.net:8337/ -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT FASTLOOP=false DEVICE=0 AGGRESSION=11 > phoenixlog.txt
                                                                  
      - Save file with .bat extension            Mine for me!

      - Launch batch file                               
                                                      
                                              

2. Share folders containing "HardwareMonitoring.hml" and "phoenixlog.txt"



3. GeekTool
   - Drag "Shell" icon to Desktop

   - Examples
        a) Temperature display:
         
Code:
tail -1 /Volumes/msi/HardwareMonitoring.hml | cut -c 26-27

        b) Hashing rate:
         
Code:
tail -1 /Volumes/phoenix-1.48/phoenixlog.txt | cut -c 2-15

        c) Sent shares:
         
Code:
tail -1 /Volumes/phoenix-1.48/phoenixlog.txt | cut -c 21-32

   - Adjust refresh rate and text size, colour, position


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June 06, 2011, 09:30:59 PM
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How did you get phoenix to run on OS X?

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How did you get phoenix to run on OS X?



It's running on Windows, I just monitor it from my Mac.
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