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July 14, 2011, 02:02:23 AM
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Hello,

(requesting whitelisting)

Can't say I know a lot about Bitcoin but I hope to learn more from lurking the forums. I probably won't post much, but would like to be able to get involved eventually.

-Bjorn
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July 14, 2011, 03:22:16 AM
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Hi,

I'm relatively new to bitcoin, started about a month ago, but I'm not a newbie by far.
I have two mining rigs going, and am having problems with the second rig.

As far as I can tell no one else has had an issue like mine (via google and forum searching), so I had to register in order to post my problem and see if anyone could help.
Would love to get access to the Mining forum so I can post my problem there as it's been 24 hours of hell so far trying to get this rig going.

I'm doing 4x5830s if you're interested running msi 890fxa-gd70, 2.9ghz dual core, 2gb ram and 2x600w PSU.
My other rig is 3x6950s on evga classified x58, 3.2ghz i7 920 oc, 24gb ram and 1000w PSU
I purchased these parts and built these machines myself.
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July 14, 2011, 07:58:24 AM
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Do I know about bitcoin? Yes, and I am mining as we speak.

The purpose of me asking is that I saw a topic on a reward for getting businesses to accept bitcoin. I have an in with a business I think would accept bitcoins, and I would like to post there so that they can see if I make progress or not (so I can get the reward as per instructions)
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July 14, 2011, 08:19:00 AM
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this song came to mind... so what what can i say? BitCoin loves me and i love her back. give it a listen and a read Smiley



sing along! @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTu75hLSiU4

BitCoin:
Please Mr. Jailer, won't you let my man go free?
Please Mr. Jailer, won't you let my man go free?
He don't belong in prison, though he's guilty as can be,
But the only crime he's guilty of is simply loving me.
Please Mr. Jailer, won't you let my man go free?

(Please Mr. Jailer) won't you let my man go free?
Yeah yeah yeah

Inmates:
Please Mr. Jailer, won't you let this jailbird free?
Whoa ho ho

BitCoin:
Just look into his eyes, open up that door.
Just listen to his guitar, you'll know the score.

Tod:
Please Mr. Jailer, let an honest man go free.

BitCoin:
Yeah yeah yeah

Tod and inmates:
Please Mr. Jailer, don't you make no lifer outta me.
I'm innocent, I swear it. Let my woman testify,
She'll tell you where I was that night,

BitCoin:
Yeah I'm his alibi.

BitCoin:
Please Mr. Jailer, won't you let my man go free?

Tod and inmates:
Well I'm tired of pressing liscense plates down in this rotten hole,
I gotta reach the outside before I lose control.
Please Mr. Jailer, don't you make no lifer outta me.

BitCoin: Yeah Yeah Yeah

Tod and inmates:
Please Mr. Jailer, let me out of this penitentiary
(Whoa, let me out)
Please Mr. Jailer, don't you make no lifer out of me.

BitCoin: (Please Mr. Jailer) won't you let my baby go free?
Whoa ho ho oh, whoa ho, let my man go free.

Tod
Whoa oh oh, don't make no lifer out of me.
please Mr. Jailer, can't you see how much love she's got for me

BitCoin: Well, let him go! let him go! let him go! let my man go free. Yeah Whoa

Tod and immates: Please mr Jailer. Let me out!
Please mr. Jailer, don't make me shout.
Please mr. Jailer, Well let me out!


PS. im already a forum member, just have a small project in mind that i dont want to be connected with and i dont know if i can even get it off the ground. having a way to post about it in other sections will be of use if/when i get it running. i honestly dont expect to get out.. but its one more post and this song just plain ole fits Smiley
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July 14, 2011, 10:06:25 AM
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this forum seems just a hair bit counter productive with such a long lock out of 4 Hours...

I'm not saying security and anti spam isn't bad but i see it as counter productive.

Any ways i'm merely trying to throw input to my current mining pools who use these forums but sadly can't till let free from this
Proverbial prison. guess they will have to wait about my 2.6 GH/s rig setup i'm putting on there pool sad face.

Rigs x2
CPU: Athlon II 255 @ 3.1 GHz Dual-cores
RAM: 2 GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600 ram
MOBO: MSI 890FXA-G70
PSU: Antec 1200 watt (1.2Kw) Modular
HDD: 500 GB SATA 3 WD 7200 RPM
GPU's: 4x 6870's

And various other systems
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July 14, 2011, 12:20:50 PM
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I've been reading on this forum for a while now, not logged in obviously because it doesn't make a difference as I am not an established user. I would like to send PM's to 2 people regarding a Mac OS X binary for a miner and regarding a payout back-end for a private mining pool.

Unfortunately, upon registration I found myself to have little added privileges over a non-registered users, that is to say: none? Oh right, I *can* post here. Worse yet, in order to prevent spam, this forum has set up an "anti-spam measure", whereby one first has to 'spam' the newbie section in order to have the "anti-spam curse" lifted... Huh I mean, it *must* be less time and resource consuming to blacklist spammers and ohh, I don't know, verify an e-mail address and add a Captcha code to the registration process, versus having to deal with this kind of crap all the time? Wink

So, I am hereby requesting whitelisting, that is if I don't get banned on the spot for speaking what's on my mind, of course Smiley Welcome to the stone age! Roll Eyes
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July 14, 2011, 03:45:23 PM
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I've been a member of the forum for two months. I have mostly lurked, but have posted (and started the wiki topic) on one subject of interest to me:

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9300.msg151074#msg151074
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Days_Destroyed

Set me free from these chains!   Cheesy
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July 14, 2011, 03:58:49 PM
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Hi,

We have our new mining pool launching on the 22nd Of July 2011 and I would like to become a full member please.

Thank you very much

Regards

BTC Pool Mining

www.btcpoolmining.com
contact@btcpoolmining.com

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July 14, 2011, 04:02:49 PM
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That should demonstrate I know more than the average noob. I would like to be whitelisted so I can discuss setting up a proxy, I've hit a roadblock. Thanks.


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July 14, 2011, 05:55:48 PM
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I'm trying to post in a thread for deepbit.net about ufasofts miner, comparing it to another miner suggested because I'm losing about 300 MH/s (3/5ths of my mining capabilities) by not being able to use ufasofts, so hoping to get more information and find a better situation, thanks.
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July 14, 2011, 11:03:26 PM
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Hey, I'd just got new to bitcoin and as a youngman I am dramatically interested in Economics. I think Bitcoin will help me understand more of Economics and being able to contribute to these forums to give constructive feedback and criticism on theories would definitely understand the whole concept of an economy more, this will also help me with my school next year. I called it school because it isn't a fancy thing like college. It's school. Tongue

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July 15, 2011, 12:55:49 AM
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Hello, iam member of bitcoin.lc team, apply for whitelist  Cheesy
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July 15, 2011, 06:11:15 AM
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Hi,
I'd love to be whitelisted. Although I'm new to bitcoin, I'm not new to electronics/PCB design. I'm actually looking to post in the FPGA section (usually I just lurk around in forums until I have something to add). I'm sure I'd add value to the ongoing discussion on that side.

http://fillwithcoolblogname.blogspot.com/

That's my blog, I have access to BGA rework/repair equipment at work and I'd be glad to assist in anyway.

Currently active on Custom FPGA board https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=37904.0
And on X6*** FPGA board https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=40058.0
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July 15, 2011, 11:17:45 AM
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Here are my two shelves of GPUs pushing out 20 G/h

That should demonstrate I know more than the average noob. I would like to be whitelisted so I can discuss setting up a proxy, I've hit a roadblock. Thanks.

Not good enough? Seems I got skipped over.


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July 15, 2011, 01:14:15 PM
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Greetings to all of you on this noble forum, and I should like to give a calm collected "'Alo!" to everyone here!

I have been seriously involved with Bitcoin for about a month now; in fact, I am part of a business that partly specializes in Bitcoins (mostly as a financial backbone) and finally software development on the frontend. I love the idea of having Bitcoin being somewhat of a passive form of income that we can use to help sustain us (food, electricity, internet, rent, etc.,) while we are programming on the iOS. The reason that I have come to this prestigious forum and thread is that I have a Apple related technical problem involving poclbm (using the latest version on a new iMac).

I've been spending time looking on Google, and a couple other search engines (not that I figured it would matter outside of Google) as well as this entire forum, and I have not been able to find an answer to this question. It is preventing me from utilizing all of the potential computing power that I have available to me at this juncture. I wouldn't mind posting my issue on this part of the forum (Newbie), but I do also request to be whitelist'ed so I can post this question in the (Technical Support) area, as this seems to be a little more technical than the average layman would be able to resolve, considering that Google wasn't able to help me -- here we go. I suppose this forum post is going to be a double-request for assistance, both whitelisting and technical support!



My issue is that when I try to start POCLBM through the Terminal on my iMac using the "-d 0" tag, trying to utilize the HD6750M, I get an error that keeps repeating on the screen about once per second:

UnDead-Productionss-iMac:poclbm undeadproductions$ python poclbm.py -d 0 http://***@***.com_imac:PASSWORD@pit.deepbit.net:8332
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:03, Setting pool (***@***.com_imac @ pit.deepbit.net:8332)
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:18, LP connected to pit.deepbit.net:8332 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:18, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:18, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:19, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:21, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:22, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:23, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:24, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:25, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 15/07/2011 09:00:26, warning: job finished, miner is idle 
pit.deepbit.net:8332 [3778.981 MH/s (~0 MH/s)] [Rej: 0/0 (0%)]^C               
bye

The final line where it shows my MH/s is not accurate by the way, if you couldn't already tell. I'm not using any odd flags, though I have tried using -w (128/256), using vectors (-v), and the rest of the flags that affect performance I believe, and no matter what I do it keeps saying this. Now, I have already installed OpenCL (I believe it was installed properly), as well as the other components that require installation. This could be the underlying reason, but I believe these things are probably installed correctly. I know python is installed properly, because when I run POCLBM and set "-d 1" (Intel CPU) it runs fine, gives me about 4.1MH/s. I use POCLBM on all my Windows based machines for high-end Bitcoin computing, running about 3.4GH/s between 3 machines.

If any of you have any ideas as to how I might fix this, please post or message me -- I will respond expediently with any information you require to assist with this request!

Thank you very much, and I do hope to be whitelist'ed soon so I can bring this question to Technical Support.

Drajka

Edit by Maged:
I'd like to see you try resolving your issue here (in the Newbie forum) first. If nobody can provide you with a solution in about the next 10 hours, PM me and I'll move the thread.
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July 15, 2011, 02:47:26 PM
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Yes, I do want out of there! I believe I can contribute to the general discussion not to mention a chance to ask my own questions! (re. bios flashing and other juicy things)
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July 15, 2011, 03:39:06 PM
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I just assembled a mining rig of two 6950. For some reason, I am getting at best 75% utilization of each GPU. Often, only one of the GPUs will go to about 99% while the other remains at 0%.

I need to post a proper request for help at the mining forums.

Thanks.

Edit by Maged:
I'd like to see you try resolving your issue here (in the Newbie forum) first. If nobody can provide you with a solution in about the next 10 hours, PM me and I'll move the thread.
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July 15, 2011, 03:48:50 PM
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Hi Mod,

I would like to request to get my newbie status lifted. I have been reading the forum for a while, and felt the need to reply in the topic "If you're thinking buying mining hardware, read this first", so registered and then found out I couldn't because I am a newbie *grins*

Oh and my reply would be:

I think it is simple to ROUGHLY determine how much Bitcoins you can expect from a new to build mining rig. Make a configuration overview and calculate the expected number of Ghashes you would get by using https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison#20_Popular_Mining_Cards and call this number MYHASHES.

Now go to http://bitcoinwatch.com/ and look at the lower left and read the Network Hashrate Gigahashs/s number, call this TOTALHASHES.
On that same page you also see Blocks last 24h, call this TOTALBLOCKS.

The number of Bitcoins in a block is currently 50, call this BLOCKSIZE. This will drop to 25 in 2013 and halve again every next 4 years.

The average number of Bitcoins you can expect to mine on a day is then:

MYHASHES / (TOTALHASHES + MYHASHES) * TOTALBLOCKS * BLOCKSIZE

Now that you have a ROUGH idea, calculate the hardware cost and estimate the energy (http://www.coolermaster.outervision.com/index.jsp)  you're gonna use to run the rig and to keep it at a reasonable temperature (AC ?). Is the place you want to put the rig capable to supply this amount of energy ?

You can go to https://mtgox.com/trade/history to get an idea of the US$ <-> Bitcoin exchange rate.

After all this, you should have a rough idea of your bright or not future ;-)

Any suggestions and improvements are welcome :-) Don't shoot me right away, this is my first post and I am a miner since a few days *grins* after reading a lot about Bitcoins, mining, etc.

The above formula gives a good value for my own situation.

I am selling in stock OneStringMiner boards, based on the Bitfury chips. Have a look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495536.0
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July 15, 2011, 04:39:32 PM
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Hello,

I have been trading bitcoin for a month now and have also built 2 linux-based rigs.

I'm a developer and am currently building some bitcion-related projects.

I have learned a lot from this forum and would love to contribute back by taking part in the discussions, helping some newbies and also ask some technical questions myself.

Hope I can get upgraded to a normal member soon.

Thanks.

Edit by Maged:
I would like to see some more posts from you first. Reapply once you feel you have posted something that would qualify you for preemptive whitelisting.
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July 15, 2011, 05:00:42 PM
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Hello,
Please remove newbie restrictions as we have been in the community for a while and run BitcoinCashout.com
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