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December 02, 2013, 11:57:19 PM
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Is there any progress with a Cubieboard or BeagleBone version?

+1

Would like to run a BeagleBone myself, the Pi is a little slow, and SD Cards make me nervous.

I they work fine, I should bundle them up and release them, perhaps I will get some time to do it over the next few weeks as things slow down for Christmas.

I have yet to work out an easy way to get it onto the mmc of the bagelbone black but it is running of SD fine.  (it is not that it is hard, I just want to make it easy for the user)

Neil

thx for your answer.

good to hear.
So there is "only" a bagelbone version? Must know what board to buy Smiley

I would really appreciate it if you release what you have ready.
even if there is currently no easy way to get it in the mmc
I think most know that you work in your spare time on this project.
And I suspect that donations are not that high...

I really appreciate your work, thx Neil!
And I'm happy to play with whatever you have finished now. (for the moment at least  Grin Wink)
Probably someone else find a fast and easy way to get in the mmc...

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December 03, 2013, 11:10:22 AM
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I'm using 0.2.4.2 and somehow I upgraded BFGMiner to 3.6.0 .  I was trying to upgrade it to 3.7.0 but I'm damned if I can remember how I did it, and my googlefu is weak today...

Neil, when can we get the new 3.7.0 version of bfgminer to git pull? Sorry to ask... but this time, I didn't used my usual sarcasm or even bold or gigantic letters...

Neil may be busy; I went ahead and compiled 3.7.0 for MinePeon and made a pull request in github, so all Neil has to do is merge it and it will be available, just trying to help ya out Neil Smiley
I also did the 3.7.0 compilation, with the help of tk1337. Many thanks.
The git pull from today already has the 3.7.0 bfgminer. I already compiled the new 3.8.0 version and I'm using it with Bluefury's, Block Erupters and Jalapeños.

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I'm assuming MinePeon supports the Nanofury miners (they need the hidapi stuff)?  Seems I'm getting a nanofury to replace a dead Bluefury.

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December 03, 2013, 03:49:56 PM
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Hey Neil by chance do you have a paypal account for donations?

Let me know

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December 03, 2013, 05:42:11 PM
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I'm assuming MinePeon supports the Nanofury miners (they need the hidapi stuff)?  Seems I'm getting a nanofury to replace a dead Bluefury.

I was unable to get my Nanofurys to run on a Pi. Attempted multiple OS's and configurations.

I wish you luck
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December 03, 2013, 07:25:35 PM
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Yeah, I think I'm going to abandon the RaspberryPi.  I can't find a BeagleBone Black anywhere at a decent price, so it's back to Windows for me I think.  I have a Celeron 847 Intel NUC which uses very little power - it'll do the job OK.  Plus I can use my old USB3 Anker hub, which gives me a lot more room for the sticks.

It's a shame, MinePeon is a good little system, but the Pi's crap USB is the massive stumbling block.

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December 03, 2013, 10:15:06 PM
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I can't find a BeagleBone Black anywhere at a decent price...

What is a decent price for you?

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December 04, 2013, 08:06:16 PM
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I'm assuming MinePeon supports the Nanofury miners (they need the hidapi stuff)?  Seems I'm getting a nanofury to replace a dead Bluefury.

It should now, I finally worked out the hidapi stuff (I am thick sometimes).

If people with them could;-

cd /opt/minepeon
git pull

And tell me if it actually works that would be great.

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December 05, 2013, 08:43:37 AM
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I can't find a BeagleBone Black anywhere at a decent price...

What is a decent price for you?

I wanted to pay less than £35, which is around RaspberryPi price, and the price RS and Farnell were charging for the BeagleBone Black.  Non-one has stock, except sellers on eBay or Amazon who are charging double that.

But, I've given up on these SOC machines, and gone back to a PC to run my miners (a Celeron 847 NUC in a TranquilPC passive case, 64GB SSD and 4GB RAM).  It only uses about 10W, and it works with my USB3 Anker hub, so I'm happy to stick with it.


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December 06, 2013, 09:45:52 PM
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I'm assuming MinePeon supports the Nanofury miners (they need the hidapi stuff)?  Seems I'm getting a nanofury to replace a dead Bluefury.

It should now, I finally worked out the hidapi stuff (I am thick sometimes).

If people with them could;-

cd /opt/minepeon
git pull

And tell me if it actually works that would be great.

Neil

don't work  Sad after git pull when i configure bfgminer 3.8 with --enable-nanofury hidapi is missing too.

i try to install manually hidapi from git , configure make and make install say no error, but when compiling bfgminer hidapi missing Angry

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Hey guys Im having an issue. I have just plugged in my raspberry pi with minepeon on it. It has recognized all of my block erupters, however only 5 out of 10 seem to be actually hashing. Any ideas?


Name   ID   Temp   MH/s   Accept   Reject   Error   Utility   Last Share
BES   0   N/A   358.331   0   0 [0%]   11 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   1   N/A   326.66   0   0 [0%]   2 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   2   N/A   326.541   9   0 [0%]   1 [5.88%]   2.414   19:54:52
BES   3   N/A   372.94   0   0 [0%]   12 [85.71%]   0   21:00:00
BES   4   N/A   367.169   0   0 [0%]   14 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   5   N/A   371.353   0   0 [0%]   4 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   6   N/A   336.443   0   0 [0%]   4 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   7   N/A   326.522   5   0 [0%]   0 [0%]   1.341   19:54:20
BES   8   N/A   337.502   0   0 [0%]   1 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   9   N/A   326.627   10   0 [0%]   0 [0%]   2.683   19:54:44
Totals   10      3450.088   24   0 [0%]   49 [69.16%]   6.438   

Also, I have a ztex 1.15y board and I am getting the green lights from it which means its firmware is not being recognized. Any ideas on how I can get the board hashing?

Thanks!
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December 08, 2013, 06:32:01 AM
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Hey guys Im having an issue. I have just plugged in my raspberry pi with minepeon on it. It has recognized all of my block erupters, however only 5 out of 10 seem to be actually hashing. Any ideas?


Name   ID   Temp   MH/s   Accept   Reject   Error   Utility   Last Share
BES   0   N/A   358.331   0   0 [0%]   11 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   1   N/A   326.66   0   0 [0%]   2 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   2   N/A   326.541   9   0 [0%]   1 [5.88%]   2.414   19:54:52
BES   3   N/A   372.94   0   0 [0%]   12 [85.71%]   0   21:00:00
BES   4   N/A   367.169   0   0 [0%]   14 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   5   N/A   371.353   0   0 [0%]   4 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   6   N/A   336.443   0   0 [0%]   4 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   7   N/A   326.522   5   0 [0%]   0 [0%]   1.341   19:54:20
BES   8   N/A   337.502   0   0 [0%]   1 [100%]   0   21:00:00
BES   9   N/A   326.627   10   0 [0%]   0 [0%]   2.683   19:54:44
Totals   10      3450.088   24   0 [0%]   49 [69.16%]   6.438   

Also, I have a ztex 1.15y board and I am getting the green lights from it which means its firmware is not being recognized. Any ideas on how I can get the board hashing?

Thanks!

I would press M (manager) and press E (enable) if they are disabled. Or I would go through the ones that aren't active and disable them and enable them again, or remove them and re-add them. Maybe you already tried that though.

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December 08, 2013, 05:45:55 PM
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don't work  Sad after git pull when i configure bfgminer 3.8 with --enable-nanofury hidapi is missing too.

i try to install manually hidapi from git , configure make and make install say no error, but when compiling bfgminer hidapi missing Angry

This is because hidapi installs to /usr/local by default (it hints to this when you make install). bfgminer's configure won't find it there. You either need to set an explicit --prefix when you ./configure hidapi or you need to specify CFLAGS and LDFLAGS to ./configure with bfgminer so it can find hidapi.

For instance, the following worked for me:

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cd ~/hidapi
./bootstrap
./configure --prefix=/
make
sudo make install
cd ~/bfgminer
./autogen.sh
./configure
make

This got the Hashbuster2 working on my Raspberry Pi with MinePeon. I have Erupters, Red Fury, and BFL going as well:


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Ooooh...good work nwools.  Must try this out tomorrow.

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Ooooh...good work nwools.  Must try this out tomorrow.

Edit: Is PXY1 a Cube?


It is ya. I ended up not using the Raspberry Pi for a proxy. It doesn't seem to me like it can keep up with a few ASICs pointed at it.

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It can

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December 08, 2013, 09:28:55 PM
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this weekend i had a big drama with my avalon batch 3 with 4 modules.
the tplink gave up on me and was unable to connect to the avalon.

i had a RPI so i started putting 2.4.1 minepeon on my RPI. but unfortunately my avalon was not recognized.
nor in cgminer or bfgminer. same i tried on 2.4 and 2.3 but non of them seemd to work with my avalon. connecting the
machine on windows worked fine for me. using zadig.

weird thing is when i downgraded Raspberry Pi back to 2.2  minepeon. suddenly it worked!
like flash/connect and mine!
i think something is wrong with wither the cgminer/bfgminer compile or drivers in arch.


after getting 2.2 up all you have to do is tweaking the miner config file to get it up and running the GHS you actually have.
hope this helps others. and maybe working avalons in the next minepeon. minepeon Rocks!

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Ooooh...good work nwools.  Must try this out tomorrow.

Edit: Is PXY1 a Cube?


It is ya. I ended up not using the Raspberry Pi for a proxy. It doesn't seem to me like it can keep up with a few ASICs pointed at it.

Mine runs fine with 4 blades pointed at it. Has not missed a beat for the last 10 days.

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Mine runs fine with 4 blades pointed at it. Has not missed a beat for the last 10 days.

I'll have to mess with it some more when I'm not in the middle of troubleshooting other things. When I had both the Cube and Blade pointed at the Rpi it seemed they both reported lower hash rates than when pointed at bfgminer on a Windows machine.

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December 09, 2013, 09:28:22 AM
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Mine runs fine with 4 blades pointed at it. Has not missed a beat for the last 10 days.

I'll have to mess with it some more when I'm not in the middle of troubleshooting other things. When I had both the Cube and Blade pointed at the Rpi it seemed they both reported lower hash rates than when pointed at bfgminer on a Windows machine.

I've about 35GH going through mine, and it actually seems to run bfgminer a little better than the Celeron NUC running Windows.  Though, only 24GH is going through the proxy, the rest is via USB, with more USB stuff due any time.
But, the USB is stuggling I think, as I'm forced to use USB2.0 hubs, plus the onboard ethernet is running off USB on the Pi.  The "restrict it to USB1.1" workaround really nerfs the NIC's performance, so that might be a side effect some folks aren't aware of, especially if you're trying to run a proxy off the Pi.


I bit the bullet and ordered a BeagleBone Black today.  I'm excited to see if MinePeon is released for the BBB.  I'm willing to beta test it, wink wink nudge nudge.  I'll be just running bfg off Angstrom in the meantime. 

Added bonus of the BBB is that it runs off 5V, which should give a bit of load for the PSU - currently I'm using 12V exclusively.  Shocked

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