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January 23, 2016, 09:12:34 AM
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Hello,
I bought Avalon Nano 3 https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Avalon_nano!
When I plug in miner it's LED shows green light.
I use Ubuntu 14.04.
In BFGMiner I try to add new device.
What argument should I put in device type?
I tried "all", LED flashes RED (something is using it) and changes back to GREEN, BFGMiner shows no device!
Please, can you help me???
Bye.
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January 24, 2016, 10:52:09 AM
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also have a question on the topic, flashes and some rarely lights up blue light, overheating, although located under the screw, or to bring the ice, and another question.
what the body of the product in the refrigerator is cold put it in the camera, in the same moment plunged into the ice, which was difficult even with hot water rinse.
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February 24, 2016, 06:44:21 AM
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I use this command with my Avalon Nano 3 on my Raspberry Pi

bfgminer -o Pool URL -u Worker Name -p Password -S ICA:/dev/ttyACM0 --set-device ICA:baud=115200 --set-device ICA:reopen=timeout --set-device ICA:work_division=1 --set-device ICA:fpga_count=1 --set-device ICA:probe_timeout=100 --set-device ICA:timing=0.22 --api-listen

Try it out and if you have any questions feel free to ask them Smiley

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February 24, 2016, 06:47:04 AM
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also have a question on the topic, flashes and some rarely lights up blue light, overheating, although located under the screw, or to bring the ice, and another question.
what the body of the product in the refrigerator is cold put it in the camera, in the same moment plunged into the ice, which was difficult even with hot water rinse.

I need this translated into English because it sounds interesting.
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February 25, 2016, 01:18:34 AM
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I run 1  with this line from the desktops usb port after awhile they heat up. I then use Awesomeminer to run it since awesome reboots the miner if it is dead. Ofcourse you are better of with geckos compac instead on a pluggable usb hub.

bfgminer -S ICA:/dev/bus/usb/005/012 -o stratum+tcp://pool:3380 -u address -p 123 --set-device ICA:baud=115200 --set-device ICA:reopen=timeout --set-device ICA:work_division=1 --set-device ICA:fpga_count=1 --set-device ICA:probe_timeout=100 --set-device ICA:timing=0.22 --api-listen


sorry this is win7

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