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Author Topic: [ANN]: cpuminer-opt v3.8.8.1, open source optimized multi-algo CPU miner  (Read 419393 times)
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January 26, 2018, 12:10:09 AM
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Strange observations about HODL algo:
1. It almost never use 100% cpu. Most of the time it floats somewhere in 70-90
2. It doesn't like some thread counts (3, 6, 7) in avx/avx2 versions

any ideas? ))

Hodl is memory hard so it is likely the memory bandwifth is exhausted causing the cpu
to stall waiting for data. It also two unique features not present in any other algo.
It has thread synchronization so threads that find a solution quicker have to wait for
the others to catch up. Hodl threads also work on slices of a shared buffer, it must be divided
by 2, 4, 8 etc, to work properly.

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January 26, 2018, 02:43:32 PM
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Could optimizations for Scrypt (Verium) be expected?

Official wallet miner says it supports AVX/AVX2.

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January 26, 2018, 10:06:23 PM
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what about avx-512 support?
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Last edit: January 27, 2018, 01:52:15 AM by agavrilyk
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Good afternoon.
I got 2x Opteron 6282 Se
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulldozer/AMD-Opteron%206282%20SE.html
how do I correctly set --cpu-affinity (CPU cores 32)?
http://store.fsxtimes.com/cal-cam.php
 yescrypt algorithm
FX 8350 - cpu-affinity 255 (CPU cores Cool - 3900 h / s
xeon E5 2670 - cpu-affinity 65535 (CPU cores 16) - 4700 h / s
2x Opteron 6282 Se - cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555 (CPU cores 32) -10280 h / s (Windows Server 2012 L3 24 mb instead of 32, there is such problemma!BIOS sees Level 3 cache size 32 mb, ie for each processor of 16 MB, problem in Windows!
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3019274/l3-cache-size-is-reported-incorrectly-from-windows-management-instrume
You should try Windows server 2008
Joblo on version 3.8.0 - 2x Opteron 6282 Se --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555 - 3500 h / s :-( something you broke (why is it so?
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Good afternoon.
I got 2x Opteron 6282 Se
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulldozer/AMD-Opteron%206282%20SE.html
how do I correctly set --cpu-affinity (CPU cores 32)?
http://store.fsxtimes.com/cal-cam.php
 yescrypt algorithm
FX 8350 - cpu-affinity 255 (CPU cores Cool - 3900 h / s
xeon E5 2670 - cpu-affinity 65535 (CPU cores 16) - 4700 h / s
2x Opteron 6282 Se - cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555 (CPU cores 32) -10280 h / s (Windows Server 2012 L3 24 mb instead of 32, there is such problemma!BIOS sees Level 3 cache size 32 mb, ie for each processor of 16 MB, problem in Windows!
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3019274/l3-cache-size-is-reported-incorrectly-from-windows-management-instrume
You should try Windows server 2008
Joblo on version 3.8.0 - 2x Opteron 6282 Se --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555 - 3500 h / s :-( something you broke (why is it so?
Thank you

I can't sort through this. If there's a problem in there please describe it and leave everything else out.

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Sorry, but I do not show the pool and coins (

cpuminer-sse2 -a yescrypt -t 32 -o stratum+tcp://pool -u adres -p x --cpu-affinity --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555

**********  cpuminer-opt 3.7.10  ***********
     A CPU miner with multi algo support and optimized for CPUs
     with AES_NI and AVX2 and SHA extensions.
     BTC donation address: 12tdvfF7KmAsihBXQXynT6E6th2c2pByTT

CPU: AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6282 SE              .
SW built on Jan 16 2018 with GCC 5.3.1.
CPU features: SSE2 AES AVX.
SW features: SSE2.
Algo features: SSE2 SHA.
Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-27 10:36:33] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool
[2018-01-27 10:36:33] 32 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-27 10:36:34] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #25: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #5: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #26: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #8: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #1: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #14: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #7: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #6: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #9: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #17: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #0: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #29: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #4: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #10: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #11: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #19: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #27: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #30: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #16: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #2: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #12: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #20: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #15: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #18: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #31: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #3: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #28: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #21: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #13: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #23: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #22: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #24: 512 H, 324.44 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:41] CPU #20: 414 H, 323.12 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:41] Accepted 1/1 (100%), diff 0.000227, 10.11 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:43] CPU #26: 1175 H, 321.37 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:43] CPU #1: 1203 H, 320.80 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:43] Accepted 2/2 (100%), diff 1.2e-005, 10.12 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:44] Accepted 3/3 (100%), diff 1.2e-005, 10.12 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:49] CPU #8: 3195 H, 321.51 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:50] Accepted 4/4 (100%), diff 7.8e-006, 10.12 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:53] CPU #27: 4444 H, 322.10 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:53] Accepted 5/5 (100%), diff 1.24e-005, 10.13 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:54] CPU #24: 4574 H, 312.75 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:36:54] Accepted 6/6 (100%), diff 7.97e-006, 10.12 kH/s

launch

cpuminer-sse2 -a yescrypt -t 32 -o stratum+tcp://pool -u adres -p x --cpu-affinity --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555

 **********  cpuminer-opt 3.8.0  ***********
     A CPU miner with multi algo support and optimized for CPUs
     with AES_NI and AVX2 and SHA extensions.
     BTC donation address: 12tdvfF7KmAsihBXQXynT6E6th2c2pByTT

CPU: AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6282 SE              .
SW built on Jan 23 2018 with GCC 5.3.1.
CPU features: SSE2 AES AVX.
SW features: SSE2.
Algo features: SSE2 SHA.
Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-27 10:37:53] Binding process to cpu mask 23fcb0
[2018-01-27 10:37:53] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool
[2018-01-27 10:37:53] 32 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-27 10:37:55] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-27 10:37:58] yescrypt block 64773, diff 0.104
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] Share submitted.
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #7: 412 H, 225.37 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] Accepted 1/1 (100%), diff 1.6e-005, 225.37 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #13: 512 H, 229.15 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #31: 512 H, 229.15 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #27: 512 H, 227.55 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #12: 512 H, 225.98 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #28: 512 H, 215.58 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #8: 512 H, 211.41 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #10: 512 H, 203.53 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #4: 512 H, 48.91 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #26: 512 H, 48.91 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #21: 512 H, 48.62 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #1: 512 H, 48.55 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #2: 512 H, 48.47 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #14: 512 H, 48.40 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #24: 512 H, 48.33 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #3: 512 H, 48.26 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #16: 512 H, 48.26 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #20: 512 H, 48.19 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #22: 512 H, 48.12 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #25: 512 H, 48.05 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:09] CPU #5: 512 H, 47.91 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:10] CPU #18: 512 H, 47.15 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:10] CPU #19: 512 H, 46.74 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:10] CPU #23: 512 H, 44.64 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #30: 512 H, 43.57 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #29: 512 H, 43.52 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #6: 512 H, 43.52 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #9: 512 H, 43.46 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #0: 512 H, 43.12 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #11: 512 H, 43.12 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #17: 512 H, 43.06 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:11] CPU #15: 512 H, 41.53 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:19] Share submitted.
[2018-01-27 10:38:19] CPU #10: 4027 H, 231.77 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:19] Accepted 2/2 (100%), diff 1.82e-005, 2908.33 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:22] CPU #11: 2587 H, 231.24 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:22] Share submitted.
[2018-01-27 10:38:22] CPU #7: 5019 H, 231.26 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:23] Share submitted.
[2018-01-27 10:38:23] CPU #28: 4932 H, 230.74 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:23] Accepted 3/3 (100%), diff 3.3e-005, 3117.51 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:23] Accepted 4/4 (100%), diff 3.3e-005, 3117.51 H/s

lunch

cpuminer-sse2 -a yescrypt -t 32 -o stratum+tcp://pool -u adres -p x

**********  cpuminer-opt 3.7.10  ***********
     A CPU miner with multi algo support and optimized for CPUs
     with AES_NI and AVX2 and SHA extensions.
     BTC donation address: 12tdvfF7KmAsihBXQXynT6E6th2c2pByTT

CPU: AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6282 SE              .
SW built on Jan 16 2018 with GCC 5.3.1.
CPU features: SSE2 AES AVX.
SW features: SSE2.
Algo features: SSE2 SHA.
Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-27 10:46:12] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool
[2018-01-27 10:46:12] 32 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-27 10:46:13] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-27 10:46:16] yescrypt block 64777, diff 0.092
[2018-01-27 10:46:17] CPU #9: 512 H, 385.51 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:17] CPU #18: 512 H, 376.64 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:18] CPU #2: 512 H, 330.99 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #10: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #25: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #19: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #6: 512 H, 318.14 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #24: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #14: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #15: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #5: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #4: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #29: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #28: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #23: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #22: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #27: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #11: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #1: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #13: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #7: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #21: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #20: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #17: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #8: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #31: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #30: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #26: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #16: 512 H, 315.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #0: 512 H, 312.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #12: 512 H, 312.08 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:19] CPU #12: 243 H, 293.43 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:20] Accepted 1/1 (100%), diff 1.07e-005, 9902.89 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:20] CPU #3: 512 H, 163.84 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:21] CPU #27: 643 H, 321.50 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:21] CPU #29: 654 H, 321.97 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:21] Accepted 2/2 (100%), diff 3.34e-005, 10.08 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:21] Accepted 3/3 (100%), diff 3.34e-005, 10.08 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:23] CPU #7: 1476 H, 321.31 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:23] Accepted 4/4 (100%), diff 3.23e-005, 10.09 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:26] CPU #30: 2250 H, 317.18 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:26] Accepted 5/5 (100%), diff 9.96e-006, 10.09 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:27] CPU #19: 2704 H, 321.66 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:27] Accepted 6/6 (100%), diff 8.12e-006, 10.09 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:43] CPU #31: 7760 H, 321.24 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:43] Accepted 7/7 (100%), diff 1.03e-005, 10.10 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:44] CPU #29: 7646 H, 321.72 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:45] Accepted 8/8 (100%), diff 3.19e-005, 10.10 kH/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:51] CPU #3: 9831 H, 322.49 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:58] CPU #30: 10.44 kH, 321.17 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:46:58] Accepted 9/9 (100%), diff 1.34e-005, 10.26 kH/s

I noticed in version 3.7.10 does not understand the cpu mask
I use the same batch file)
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January 27, 2018, 09:58:32 AM
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Any plan for scrypt² (Verium) optimization?
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January 27, 2018, 02:43:58 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
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January 27, 2018, 03:55:42 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?

Can you be more specific? The documented procedure is the one that works to compile on Wndows
for Windows. It's old but is the only one I've found that works.

A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

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Sorry, but I do not show the pool and coins (

cpuminer-sse2 -a yescrypt -t 32 -o stratum+tcp://pool -u adres -p x --cpu-affinity --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555

**********  cpuminer-opt 3.7.10  ***********

Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-27 10:36:33] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool
[2018-01-27 10:36:33] 32 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-27 10:36:34] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-27 10:36:39] CPU #25: 512 H, 318.14 H/s


cpuminer-sse2 -a yescrypt -t 32 -o stratum+tcp://pool -u adres -p x --cpu-affinity --cpu-affinity 0x5555555555555555

 **********  cpuminer-opt 3.8.0  ***********

Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-27 10:37:53] Binding process to cpu mask 23fcb0
[2018-01-27 10:37:53] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool
[2018-01-27 10:37:53] 32 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-27 10:37:55] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-27 10:37:58] yescrypt block 64773, diff 0.104
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] Share submitted.
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] CPU #7: 412 H, 225.37 H/s
[2018-01-27 10:38:01] Accepted 1/1 (100%), diff 1.6e-005, 225.37 H/s


I noticed in version 3.7.10 does not understand the cpu mask
I use the same batch file)
Thank you

Yes it appears to be a problem with cpu-affinity. I made a change in 3.8.0 but it appears it doesn't work.
I'll remove it in the next release and go back to the old way.

When you're testing you can get more info by using --debug, it will give more details about cpu-affinity.

Edit: Why are you using cpu-affinity with 32 threads? Two 6282 SE is 32 cores. With the affinity mask you
used you are only allowing 16 cores to be used for 32 threads.

Don't ever use --cpu-affinity with the same number of threads as cpu cores available, it will only make
things worse.

Please retest v3.7.10 and v3.8.0 with default threads and affinity and with --debug

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January 27, 2018, 04:07:16 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?

Can you be more specific? The documented procedure is the one that works to compile on Wndows
for Windows. It's old but is the only one I've found that works.

A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

That procedure results in use old version of GCC (I tried to update it with no luck, build not works). I need to compile march native for Kaveri architecture. In XMRig (for example) I have 10% boost on precompiled version and 20% boost compared to cpuminer-opt using cryptonight and cryptonight-lite algo.
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January 28, 2018, 09:44:04 AM
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Hey friends , can we have a line to use a percent of cpu ?
like
cpu max alloc percent ? or something like that in batch file ?

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January 28, 2018, 12:51:13 PM
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Hey friends , can we have a line to use a percent of cpu ?
like
cpu max alloc percent ? or something like that in batch file ?

use "-t" param to use specific amount of cores (i.e. "-t 3" on 4 core cpu)

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January 28, 2018, 12:53:55 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

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January 28, 2018, 04:29:45 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

This is something I could add to the procedure. I don't have Win10 so I can't try it myself.

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January 28, 2018, 10:34:42 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

This is something I could add to the procedure. I don't have Win10 so I can't try it myself.


You can actually download a copy of Windows 10 from microsoft for free.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

when installing, it will ask if you have an installation key or not.  if not, it will still allow you to install and run.
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January 28, 2018, 11:56:19 PM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

This is something I could add to the procedure. I don't have Win10 so I can't try it myself.

You can actually download a copy of Windows 10 from microsoft for free.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

when installing, it will ask if you have an installation key or not.  if not, it will still allow you to install and run.

Thanks, i'll give it a try in a VM.

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January 29, 2018, 09:38:41 AM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

Can you tell me how to?
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January 29, 2018, 11:39:54 AM
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Could you update Windows compilation instructions?
A better way was found but it is compiled on Linux for Windows. This isn't practical for Windows users
as they would need Linux as well.

Unfortunately there is no good solution at this time for Windows users to compile from source..

I actually use the cross compile procedure on Ubuntu shell in Windows 10.
But it still does require some basic linux knowledge

Can you tell me how to?
installing ubuntu in win10:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10

compilation script is a few pages back in this topic

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January 29, 2018, 01:31:13 PM
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Hi, Joblo,
I use your miner since a lot of time, thank you for it.
Did you think one day to implement EquiHash algo in CPUMiner-opt ?
It's will be very helpfull.
When ?

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