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December 17, 2013, 08:51:51 AM
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Hello everyone how do I upgrade to Minepeon-0.2.4.2 and also BFGminer 3.5.1? Also how do you switch miners from the command line? Thanks in advance.

Type this into minepeon to upgrade both:

cd /opt/minepeon
git pull


I'm not sure what you mean by the second part.
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December 17, 2013, 09:06:32 AM
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Also how do you switch miners from the command line? Thanks in advance.

sudo screen -x miner

Then use the TUI to switch pools.



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December 18, 2013, 11:02:05 AM
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Do I have to type anything in for Minepeon to recognise ASIC block eruptors?

I have one plugged in through a DLINK DUB-H7 powered hub at the moment but its says:

 wlan0: error fetching interface information: Device not found
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December 18, 2013, 11:52:58 AM
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Do I have to type anything in for Minepeon to recognise ASIC block eruptors?

I have one plugged in through a DLINK DUB-H7 powered hub at the moment but its says:

 wlan0: error fetching interface information: Device not found

wlan0 is for a wifi dongle, so has nothing to do with the BEs. 

If you've got the USB Block Erupters, then just add -S all to the command line, before the -c <config> part.  Assuming you're running bfgminer 3.8.0, of course.



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December 19, 2013, 04:36:39 AM
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Is there an Minepeon VMWare-Image?
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December 19, 2013, 06:04:39 AM
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Is there an Minepeon VMWare-Image?
I think with current build being specifically ARM based to run on Pi, a VM image would be something that would have to be built for x86/x64. I have not seen such a creature around these parts. Also, most ASICs seem to be quite touchy with respect to USB hubs, power specs and the like. I would have reservations about connecting all that via USB emulation.

Any reason not to just run it from a Pi as designed?
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December 19, 2013, 07:59:09 AM
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Was just a question, I already installed it (on RPI not VM) and it works great. Wink

But btw. there are VMWare-Images of Raspberry Distros, e.g. http://www.raspberrypiforums.com/forums/files/file/5-raspberry-pi-vmware/.
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Which mining pools configuration do you prefer to use with Minepeon and why?

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December 19, 2013, 10:08:42 AM
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What is your opinion about adding Crypto Switcher to Minepeon: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=172121.0

Do you think that would be useful?

To always mine the most profitable coin with our mining hardware?

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December 19, 2013, 10:14:59 AM
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I like MinePeon, I really do, but I've given up on it. 

The Pi just isn't fast enough.  It can't proxy and run USB miners at the same time.  Even with the DLink 7-port which is considered to be THE USB hub for the Pi.  First my Block Erupter dies, then eventually the Jalapenos give up.  Of course, the NIC on the Pi is USB, so that craps out eventually too.  It's not a power issue, everything is running off a 750W ATX PSU.

Everything runs perfectly when attached to my TPLink router running OpenWRT with bfgminer 3.8.1 on it - the only difference I see is the TPLink's USB isn't broken, and it has a proper ethernet interface.

I'm still keen to test the BBB version of MinePeon, too.






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December 19, 2013, 10:31:29 AM
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I am running Minepeon without issue for a month now with Butterfly Little SC.

I have also TPLink router with DDWRT firmware where I installed BFGMiner. But did not test it yet to run the mining there.
I like that the Minepeon gives remote monitoring of mining advantage option.

Not sure if it would be possible the same way easily with DDWRT and BFGMiner.

I like MinePeon, I really do, but I've given up on it. 

The Pi just isn't fast enough.  It can't proxy and run USB miners at the same time.  Even with the DLink 7-port which is considered to be THE USB hub for the Pi.  First my Block Erupter dies, then eventually the Jalapenos give up.  Of course, the NIC on the Pi is USB, so that craps out eventually too.  It's not a power issue, everything is running off a 750W ATX PSU.

Everything runs perfectly when attached to my TPLink router running OpenWRT with bfgminer 3.8.1 on it - the only difference I see is the TPLink's USB isn't broken, and it has a proper ethernet interface.

I'm still keen to test the BBB version of MinePeon, too.





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December 19, 2013, 10:54:04 AM
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Hello everyone how do I upgrade to Minepeon-0.2.4.2 and also BFGminer 3.5.1? Also how do you switch miners from the command line? Thanks in advance.

Type this into minepeon to upgrade both:

cd /opt/minepeon
git pull


I'm not sure what you mean by the second part.
While that upgrades the underlying software, I don't think it upgrades the web frontend. While I don't think the web frontend has changed as much, keeping everything up to date might be helpful. Does anyone know what directory a git pull request from will update the frontend?
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December 19, 2013, 11:09:55 AM
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I am running Minepeon without issue for a month now with Butterfly Little SC.

I have also TPLink router with DDWRT firmware where I installed BFGMiner. But did not test it yet to run the mining there.
I like that the Minepeon gives remote monitoring of mining advantage option.


I'm about 80GH though - 2x Jalapenos, 2x AsicMiner Blades, 1x AsicMiner Cube, and a few Block Erupters. 

As for remote monitoring, I just SSH to the OpenWRT machine, same as I do with MinePeon - I rarely used the web interface anyway. Smiley



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December 19, 2013, 11:27:31 AM
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Do I have to type anything in for Minepeon to recognise ASIC block eruptors?

I have one plugged in through a DLINK DUB-H7 powered hub at the moment but its says:

 wlan0: error fetching interface information: Device not found

wlan0 is for a wifi dongle, so has nothing to do with the BEs. 

If you've got the USB Block Erupters, then just add -S all to the command line, before the -c <config> part.  Assuming you're running bfgminer 3.8.0, of course.

Thankyou for your help. That fixed it.
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I like MinePeon, I really do, but I've given up on it. 

The Pi just isn't fast enough.  It can't proxy and run USB miners at the same time.  Even with the DLink 7-port which is considered to be THE USB hub for the Pi.  First my Block Erupter dies, then eventually the Jalapenos give up.  Of course, the NIC on the Pi is USB, so that craps out eventually too.  It's not a power issue, everything is running off a 750W ATX PSU.

Everything runs perfectly when attached to my TPLink router running OpenWRT with bfgminer 3.8.1 on it - the only difference I see is the TPLink's USB isn't broken, and it has a proper ethernet interface.

I'm still keen to test the BBB version of MinePeon, too.
After my pi hung and I lost ~12 hours of mining I setup the onboard hardware watchdog. Tutorials here (and another one here), for more explanation there's also this blog post.

For a quick run down of commands you can:
  • ssh into the pi
  • Add the watchdog module to the automatically loaded modules each time the pi boots up (this is the piece that reboots the pi via hardware)
    $ echo "bcm2708_wdog" | sudo tee /etc/modules-load.d/bcm2708_wdog.conf
    Module parameters are "timeout=n" (max just above 15) and "nowayout=(0|1)" I used "bcm2708_wdog timeout=16 nowayout=1"
  • For a fully featured watchdog dameon (alternatives available in the tuts)
    $ sudo pacman -S watchdog
  • Start the watchdog dameon at boot (this is the piece that resets the hardware watchdog to stop it from rebooting)
    $ sudo systemctl enable watchdog
  • Configure the watchdog options (there's a fair number, manpage for full details)
    $ sudo nano /etc/watchdog.conf
  • If you want to start the services now (instead of next boot)
    $ sudo modprobe bcm2708_wdog; sudo systemctl start watchdog.service

I tried to keep this brief, but feel free to ask any questions if you have any or I was unclear.
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December 19, 2013, 01:05:10 PM
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I like MinePeon, I really do, but I've given up on it.  

The Pi just isn't fast enough.  It can't proxy and run USB miners at the same time.  Even with the DLink 7-port which is considered to be THE USB hub for the Pi.  First my Block Erupter dies, then eventually the Jalapenos give up.  Of course, the NIC on the Pi is USB, so that craps out eventually too.  It's not a power issue, everything is running off a 750W ATX PSU.

Everything runs perfectly when attached to my TPLink router running OpenWRT with bfgminer 3.8.1 on it - the only difference I see is the TPLink's USB isn't broken, and it has a proper ethernet interface.

I'm still keen to test the BBB version of MinePeon, too.

Those D-Link hubs may be your problem.  When I started it bought several D-Limks, was never happy with them.  Sold them and replaced them with Rosewill 500's, no more usb trouble.  I understand you can't get Rosewill in the UK, maybe ship from USA.

I have 8 Rosewill hubs, a BE 49 port hub and a few V2 Blades, all run happy on Pi.
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Those D-Link hubs may be your problem.  When I started it bought several D-Limks, was never happy with them.  Sold them and replaced them with Rosewill 500's, no more usb trouble.  I understand you can't get Rosewill in the UK, maybe ship from USA.



Possibly.  I don't think it's worth shipping a USB hub from the US just to host 5GH of USB miners. 

To be fair, I think I'm going to abandon the USB miners, they're more trouble than they're worth.



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December 19, 2013, 02:28:30 PM
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Was just a question, I already installed it (on RPI not VM) and it works great. Wink

But btw. there are VMWare-Images of Raspberry Distros, e.g. http://www.raspberrypiforums.com/forums/files/file/5-raspberry-pi-vmware/.

No worries, I work with VMware quite a bit and that sounded interesting.
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December 21, 2013, 05:28:32 AM
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Thank you for this wonderful Linux Raspberry Pi distro.

I am considering to use Crypto Switcher for mining.

Could you help or guide how to add it as an option to Minepeon, please?

Regards,

Crypto Switcher: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=172121.0

UPDATE: MinePeon 0.2.4 Release

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Neil

=== Original Post ===
Hi All,

For some time I have been working on building a lightweight Linux for the Raspberry PI in my spare time with the intention of making it freely available for all to use.  I am very experienced with Linux and have been running my own Arch Linux GPU miners for quite some time now so I have cleaned it up (a lot) ported it over to ARM for the Raspberry PI.

Anyway, it seems that ASICs might be available soon and I would like to have it ready for that but it is missing one exceedingly important ingredient, testing.  I have done as much testing as I possibly can but my resources are somewhat limited, while I have a tone of GPUs I don't own any FPGAs that I can test with (and I certainly aren't going to buy one now) so I thought I would come to the community and ask for a bit of help.

So, if you have a Raspberry PI and a FPGA (or even just a PI if you just want to CPU mine for testing purposes) and want to help it would be appreciated, it is still in what I would call early alpha but it should be usable.  I have had one CPU mining for over 300 hours now without interruption.

I am hosting the images over at SourceForge so you can grab it from here;-

https://sourceforge.net/projects/minepeon/files/release/

The Official site is a bit raw as of yet, I am no graphic artist, and very dyslexic (no joke, its why I got into computing in the first place) but it has a few instructions and tips that will hopefully help just about anyone get it going is avalable here;-

http://mineforeman.com/minepeon/

Thanks for any help you can offer, honestly even a report that you can understand the instructions and get a login prompt will help.  If you report issues here I will try to get back to you as soon as possible with fixes.

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December 21, 2013, 07:09:42 AM
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Thank you for this wonderful Linux Raspberry Pi distro.

I am considering to use Crypto Switcher for mining.

Your very welcome!

As for crypto switcher you might want to check out MobileMinerApp instead, I believe it can do most of what you want (chain switching etc) and there is already a plugin for MinePeon.

I don't use it myself (chain hopping is a bit of a dirty trick and does real damage to alt coins) but if you check out the thread on the MinePeon Forums linked above there are quite a few people that use it successfully.

Neil

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