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August 14, 2013, 01:24:30 PM
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I am waiting for 0.2.3 image, after the FS on my previous 0.2.2 installation SD card got corrupted. I think the hubs were drawing too much from RPi.

In any case, I'll need to recreate all my settings and configurations from scratch, so a fresh 0.2.3 would be welcome. Wink

Oh, and a note to self. Once I have everything configured (again), I need to take a backup image of that SD card.

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August 14, 2013, 09:14:00 PM
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Can i change a const in cgminer in minepeon? Its the maximum voltage for bitburners i want to change. I didnt test minepeon yet but it sounds like its ready to run so i dont know how far i can change the sourcecode and compile it.
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August 14, 2013, 10:02:42 PM
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I was do a little testing with BFGMiner and X6500, you only need to do the following to get them working.

sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/90-x6500.rules

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="0403", ATTR{idProduct}=="6001", MODE="0660", GROUP="minepeon"

BFGminer will see the miner with out that line but you will need to sudo for it to work, this just applies the KISS method.

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August 14, 2013, 10:35:11 PM
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thats what i'm going off of except i did it from bottom to top so
Code:
sudo systemctl enable openntpd.service
sudo ntpd -s
date
to make sure its the right date
webpage says :Server Time: Wed, 31 Dec 1969 18:04:03 CST
and at the top it says:Graph error: the first entry to fetch should be after 1980 (-3357)
so did i do it in the wrong order?

I'm getting to the same problem frequently, is there a way to try different time servers?  Maybe there is an issue with the default server.



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August 14, 2013, 10:52:11 PM
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Can i change a const in cgminer in minepeon? Its the maximum voltage for bitburners i want to change. I didnt test minepeon yet but it sounds like its ready to run so i dont know how far i can change the sourcecode and compile it.

The next version will make that easy.

But for version 0.2.2, add a setting in /opt/minepeon/etc/miner.conf like:
"bitburner-voltage" : 5
Then restart the miner and it will load the new config.
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August 14, 2013, 11:56:22 PM
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Can i change a const in cgminer in minepeon? Its the maximum voltage for bitburners i want to change. I didnt test minepeon yet but it sounds like its ready to run so i dont know how far i can change the sourcecode and compile it.

The next version will make that easy.

But for version 0.2.2, add a setting in /opt/minepeon/etc/miner.conf like:
"bitburner-voltage" : 5
Then restart the miner and it will load the new config.
Yeah except it has to be valid otherwise cgminer will quit.
This will tell you the valid values for your board (if you only have one asic) while cgminer is running and the first ASIC is a BTB
java API "ascset|0,help"
At the moment it's 1000 to 1310 (mV)

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August 15, 2013, 01:26:32 AM
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I saw on this forum somewhere an image of a mining rig with an LCD display showing its vital stats. Can this be done with MinePeon? Are there instructions anywhere?

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August 15, 2013, 03:16:53 AM
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.



Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.



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August 15, 2013, 03:27:54 AM
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I'm now mining with cgminer 3.3.4. Thanks, Neil & Kano & yxzq and all other that are working for the best mining system: MinePeon.


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August 15, 2013, 04:06:23 AM
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Since I've added the new % fields to the API, I've found that using them in the LCD display solves for when you hash too fast and run out of space
I sent an update to cardcomm:
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/pull/4
As usual I don't know much about python and spent most of the time working out the 'in' lines Smiley

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August 15, 2013, 04:12:59 AM
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Almost a grand for the hubs ya madman , Excellent rig.
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Almost a grand for the hubs ya madman , Excellent rig.

US $559.04 for 6
 http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Great-price-Sipolar-20-port-USB2-0-HUB-USB-HUB-Copy-Industry-level-HUB-Original-quality/979153532.html
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August 15, 2013, 04:29:57 AM
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Almost a grand for the hubs ya madman , Excellent rig.

US $559.04 for 6
 http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Great-price-Sipolar-20-port-USB2-0-HUB-USB-HUB-Copy-Industry-level-HUB-Original-quality/979153532.html

Yeah that's where I ordered them, I figured it would be better than trying to mess around with smaller ones.

At least after my USBs are no longer profitable...I'll be able to charge all of my 120 cellphones at once



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August 15, 2013, 04:31:55 AM
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Almost a grand for the hubs ya madman , Excellent rig.

US $559.04 for 6
 http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Great-price-Sipolar-20-port-USB2-0-HUB-USB-HUB-Copy-Industry-level-HUB-Original-quality/979153532.html

Yeah that's where I ordered them, I figured it would be better than trying to mess around with smaller ones.

At least after my USBs are no longer profitable...I'll be able to charge all of my 120 cellphones at once

That's good info for the NSA  ^  Tongue

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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Dave, could you re-post your entire message in this USB hub thread as well?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0
What's the amperage of the AC adapter that you got? I have Sipolar in a "beware" section, as it got some negative reviews.- Might consider moving it into the regular table...

I have only 1 Pi and 30 BEs, which all ran nicely through 5 D-Link hubs.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.msg2903723#msg2903723

I await 30 more from Canary, and then will try to run them all from the same Pi. If it does not work, as you post seems to indicate, then I'll just run them off a PC, which is up 24/7 anyway, while I'll use Pi for other fun stuff.

Oh, and seeing as Pi's chips were rather hot to the touch, I could not resist adding some cooling: Smiley


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August 15, 2013, 11:56:02 AM
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I saw on this forum somewhere an image of a mining rig with an LCD display showing its vital stats. Can this be done with MinePeon? Are there instructions anywhere?
As cardcomm mentioned in this thread
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/blob/master/MinePeon%20Install.md

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August 15, 2013, 12:35:07 PM
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I saw on this forum somewhere an image of a mining rig with an LCD display showing its vital stats. Can this be done with MinePeon? Are there instructions anywhere?
As cardcomm mentioned in this thread
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/blob/master/MinePeon%20Install.md

Cool, thanks! But what LCD should I buy? Cheesy

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I saw on this forum somewhere an image of a mining rig with an LCD display showing its vital stats. Can this be done with MinePeon? Are there instructions anywhere?
As cardcomm mentioned in this thread
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/blob/master/MinePeon%20Install.md

Cool, thanks! But what LCD should I buy? Cheesy
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/blob/master/README.md

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August 15, 2013, 03:34:32 PM
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Hooked up 100 USB miners, using 2 raspberry PI.

In my testing each raspberry can only handle about 45 miners, after that the additional miners just don't get detected.  However after you get into the 35+ range you start to get a much higher rate of HW errors.

So I had to split the miners 34 per raspberry and 32 on my desktop, got another raspberry in the mail, so will run 3 total to handle all 100 miners.

Currently cooled with just a standard room fan, but the rig really doesn't run that hot so I think I'll replace that fan with a small USB fan for each hub.

Dave, could you re-post your entire message in this USB hub thread as well?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0
What's the amperage of the AC adapter that you got? I have Sipolar in a "beware" section, as it got some negative reviews.- Might consider moving it into the regular table...

I have only 1 Pi and 30 BEs, which all ran nicely through 5 D-Link hubs.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.msg2903723#msg2903723

I await 30 more from Canary, and then will try to run them all from the same Pi. If it does not work, as you post seems to indicate, then I'll just run them off a PC, which is up 24/7 anyway, while I'll use Pi for other fun stuff.

Oh, and seeing as Pi's chips were rather hot to the touch, I could not resist adding some cooling: Smiley


The supply I received was 4.5a 20v. Also note: 100-240 Input with a Chinese prong adapter.
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Since I've added the new % fields to the API, I've found that using them in the LCD display solves for when you hash too fast and run out of space
I sent an update to cardcomm:
https://github.com/cardcomm/cgminerLCDStats/pull/4
As usual I don't know much about python and spent most of the time working out the 'in' lines Smiley


Thanks Kano. I've been away for a couple days working on my time lapse project. I'll look at your updates today and accept the changes. Also thanks for fielding questions about the project in my absence Smiley

BTW, I updated the code that gets the current pool URL, but I didn't double check your PM yet to make sure the code is correct. LOL.  I'll verify that as well today, although it SEEMS right from my testing.

It's nice to see an example of a display with "real world" statistics. My setup doesn't have much hashing power, so everything fits really well on my screen. Your display is pretty full... I was actually hoping to add a bitcoin price ticker somewhere. I was originally thinking I'd have room to the right of the WU display on the last line. But in looking at your screen, I see there's not really room :/

Maybe I'll do a second, alternating screen. I dunno. I liked that idea at first, but now I'm thinking it'll be jarring having the display cycle between screens... Maybe an optional screen where the lower three lines display MtGox info. Anyone have any suggestions or preferences?

Edit: Maybe I'll format/shorten the size of the Uptime line, then maybe squeeze in the current mtgox rate.


Easily see your cgminer status with my cgminerLCDStats app:  http://cardcomm.github.io/cgminerLCDStats/
Did my post help you or make you laugh? Let me know with Bitcoins at: 1CQfpMHQ5zVuZ5i9uxSHSSx4J8ZhehSjn3  Smiley
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