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June 12, 2011, 04:54:46 AM

Is there a way to solo mine mutlipal computers on a single network and to bitmine lets say a server?

if so do i just setup bitmine.conf file and all miners login with same name and password and try to hash at same time or do i need to make multipal logins for each card.
then can I mine with computers not on the network or do i have to setup VPN ?

I think only way to make it worth while mininge now is to hit blocks solo mining pool mining dont pay off enough for the lack of btc value now.

Any feedback would be great I have only pool mined so far.

My current configuration:

5 systems  AMD x3 ,2 gigs ram ,320 hdd, 2 x 6970s +846 Mhash each
3 systems running 5850s 330 Mhash each
2 systems  5830 302.1Mhash each

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June 12, 2011, 05:25:59 AM

You might want to re-evaluate pool vs solo before being so definitive.

You can set up a single instance of the official bitcoin client and then point all of your miners at it the same way you would a pool.  They can all use the same username/password.

Be warned - the official client, any user with a valid log in can use the getwork command to hash for you.  Unfortunately, they can also use all the other commands (such as emptying your wallet), too.

So be careful if all of those machines aren't on-site.

Is your name a Fallout reference?  Or do you actually live in Oregon...

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