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November 09, 2015, 08:28:56 PM
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I'm new to this please bear with me

I need a example of bat file for cgminer  for slush's pool

Also im mining from laptop using asic Bi•Fury 5 GH/s i dont want to use my GPU.

What code do i need to type into bat file?

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November 10, 2015, 04:12:36 AM
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I'm new to this please bear with me

I need a example of bat file for cgminer  for slush's pool

Also im mining from laptop using asic Bi•Fury 5 GH/s i dont want to use my GPU.

What code do i need to type into bat file?



Here is mine for the sidehack stick;

cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://yourslushpoolurl -u address.workername --compac-freq 225 --suggest-diff 18

The exact config is going to depend on which version of cgminer and which hardware you run. You should be able to do a search for exactly the hardware you have. You say "also a bitfury" what is the other thing you have?

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November 10, 2015, 12:26:28 PM
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I'm new to this please bear with me

I need a example of bat file for cgminer  for slush's pool

Also im mining from laptop using asic Bi•Fury 5 GH/s i dont want to use my GPU.

What code do i need to type into bat file?



Here is mine for the sidehack stick;

cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://yourslushpoolurl -u address.workername --compac-freq 225 --suggest-diff 18

The exact config is going to depend on which version of cgminer and which hardware you run. You should be able to do a search for exactly the hardware you have. You say "also a bitfury" what is the other thing you have?

I think he means that he uses his laptop to plug his USB miner in, meaning that he only has a single Bitfury miner.

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November 10, 2015, 03:56:11 PM
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I'm new to this please bear with me

I need a example of bat file for cgminer  for slush's pool

Also im mining from laptop using asic Bi•Fury 5 GH/s i dont want to use my GPU.

What code do i need to type into bat file?



Here is mine for the sidehack stick;

cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://yourslushpoolurl -u address.workername --compac-freq 225 --suggest-diff 18

The exact config is going to depend on which version of cgminer and which hardware you run. You should be able to do a search for exactly the hardware you have. You say "also a bitfury" what is the other thing you have?

I think he means that he uses his laptop to plug his USB miner in, meaning that he only has a single Bitfury miner.
Will a laptop USB support enough power to run the USB miner without issues? I thought a powered hub is required most of the time with these stick miners, this could be an issue for him.

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November 10, 2015, 05:48:03 PM
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I'm new to this please bear with me

I need a example of bat file for cgminer  for slush's pool

Also im mining from laptop using asic Bi•Fury 5 GH/s i dont want to use my GPU.

What code do i need to type into bat file?



Here is mine for the sidehack stick;

cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://yourslushpoolurl -u address.workername --compac-freq 225 --suggest-diff 18

The exact config is going to depend on which version of cgminer and which hardware you run. You should be able to do a search for exactly the hardware you have. You say "also a bitfury" what is the other thing you have?

I think he means that he uses his laptop to plug his USB miner in, meaning that he only has a single Bitfury miner.
Will a laptop USB support enough power to run the USB miner without issues? I thought a powered hub is required most of the time with these stick miners, this could be an issue for him.

He should be fine unless he clock it too high. I think a usb 2.0 port can handle 500mA and a 3.0 900mA it was. It would have to be a pretty crappy mobo to have problem supplying this little.

Have to do the math base on the miner's spec but he should probably be fine. If he mine it off a laptop that is always on, and never go to sleep/hivernate, then sure, but that does not seem like a good setup.

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