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April 04, 2013, 08:01:40 PM
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Oh ok, I'll compile it now then Smiley

I'll post the link when it's done
Awesome, thanks so much!

No problem Smiley

I've compiled it now, it's uploading. I'll edit this post with the link when it's done Smiley

EDIT: Link to Bytecoind https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54206732/bytecoind

Posting just in case you missed the link maxmint Smiley

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54206732/bytecoind

Thanks, already got it! Currently trying to get it running, will report back soon.

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April 04, 2013, 08:24:50 PM
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Posting just in case you missed the link maxmint Smiley

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54206732/bytecoind

I'm getting closer, but I still get an error:
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error while loading shared libraries: libdb_cxx-4.8.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Didn't find out how to install this yet.

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April 04, 2013, 08:27:14 PM
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well hey lucasjones if it is having difficulty with guiminer ill just use something else instead. What is most common other than guiminer?

I'm not exactly sure what miners are the most common, but I generally use DiabloMiner (GPU only) or CGMiner (GPU and CPU when I'm away from my computer). Feel free to ask or look around for different miners, as I tend to stick to miners that work for me, rather than searching for the most efficient ones, as I am just using my desktop computer with a (pretty slow) ATI Radeon 5400.

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April 04, 2013, 08:37:18 PM
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well hey lucasjones if it is having difficulty with guiminer ill just use something else instead. What is most common other than guiminer?

I'm not exactly sure what miners are the most common, but I generally use DiabloMiner (GPU only) or CGMiner (GPU and CPU when I'm away from my computer). Feel free to ask or look around for different miners, as I tend to stick to miners that work for me, rather than searching for the most efficient ones, as I am just using my desktop computer with a (pretty slow) ATI Radeon 5400.

thanks, i installed cgminer and i think its working, though im only get 6mhash/s when i was getting 20mhash/s with guiminer. Once i confirm that it is paying out ill try to mess with the settings (or more realistically for starters try to figure out how to mess with the settings).

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April 04, 2013, 08:39:11 PM
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Well, I am having a go at it too. Solo mining is not doing much, so its pool mining for me. Interesting to see where this goes, because it in essence tests what happens if a perfect clone of BTC is brought alive. Bitcoin must be able to live with other coins, even exact copies, because it is open source. No one can stop it so we may as well try it out.

Its also a big reminder that a Bitcoin 2.0 is set up in no time should established coins run into trouble, not being a hack of the protocol itself.

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April 04, 2013, 08:41:46 PM
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Posting just in case you missed the link maxmint Smiley

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54206732/bytecoind

I'm getting closer, but I still get an error:
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error while loading shared libraries: libdb_cxx-4.8.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Didn't find out how to install this yet.

Here is a list of all the packages you need:
    
  • libgtk2.0-dev
  • libssl-dev
  • libdb4.7-dev
  • libdb4.7++-dev
  • libboost-all-dev

Hope this helps Smiley

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April 04, 2013, 08:45:50 PM
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well hey lucasjones if it is having difficulty with guiminer ill just use something else instead. What is most common other than guiminer?

I'm not exactly sure what miners are the most common, but I generally use DiabloMiner (GPU only) or CGMiner (GPU and CPU when I'm away from my computer). Feel free to ask or look around for different miners, as I tend to stick to miners that work for me, rather than searching for the most efficient ones, as I am just using my desktop computer with a (pretty slow) ATI Radeon 5400.

thanks, i installed cgminer and i think its working, though im only get 6mhash/s when i was getting 20mhash/s with guiminer. Once i confirm that it is paying out ill try to mess with the settings (or more realistically for starters try to figure out how to mess with the settings).

It looks like it's working, Your address is on the graph page Smiley
http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/static/graphs.html?Day

You should be paid when we generate the next block, though that might take a few minutes with 4.61 GH/s

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April 04, 2013, 08:55:12 PM
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well hey lucasjones if it is having difficulty with guiminer ill just use something else instead. What is most common other than guiminer?

I'm not exactly sure what miners are the most common, but I generally use DiabloMiner (GPU only) or CGMiner (GPU and CPU when I'm away from my computer). Feel free to ask or look around for different miners, as I tend to stick to miners that work for me, rather than searching for the most efficient ones, as I am just using my desktop computer with a (pretty slow) ATI Radeon 5400.

thanks, i installed cgminer and i think its working, though im only get 6mhash/s when i was getting 20mhash/s with guiminer. Once i confirm that it is paying out ill try to mess with the settings (or more realistically for starters try to figure out how to mess with the settings).

It looks like it's working, Your address is on the graph page Smiley
http://bytecoin.us.to:6327/static/graphs.html?Day

You should be paid out when we generate the next block, though that might take a few minutes with 4.61 GH/s

grrrreat!

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April 04, 2013, 09:06:45 PM
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Don't worry about payout.  I mine for a while, come back, fire up my Bytecoin client and everything is there.  It will be nice though when there's some pool servers.  I looked at the code and I'm guessing that's why we are seeing the results we have.  We're basically solo mining in a pool because there are no other nodes right now.  I's all good

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April 04, 2013, 09:35:46 PM
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well hey lucasjones if it is having difficulty with guiminer ill just use something else instead. What is most common other than guiminer?

I'm not exactly sure what miners are the most common, but I generally use DiabloMiner (GPU only) or CGMiner (GPU and CPU when I'm away from my computer). Feel free to ask or look around for different miners, as I tend to stick to miners that work for me, rather than searching for the most efficient ones, as I am just using my desktop computer with a (pretty slow) ATI Radeon 5400.

Thanks for the tip! It seems like cgminer is working perfectly.
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April 04, 2013, 09:40:32 PM
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I was on the bytecoin.us.to p2pool for a bit not bad I was adding around 5ghash to the pool I'll come back to contribute to your faucet i liked the %5 fee for that to help start the coin. but i'm gonna try solo mining for a bit to see how i do. I was there for your very 1st block  Cheesy Also if anyone needs help I have configuration files for BAMT0.5c I can mine for BTC, BTE, LTC, TRC I use cgminer 2.11.3 and ATI drivers 13.1 with SDKv2.8 and ADL-5.0 I figured out a very stable build for BAMT with the newest ATI driver sets. I actually Plan on brushing up on my java to help make a sweet pool or something but won't be anytime soon I haven't programmed for almost 5 years.... Lol but it's there somewhere.

I use 7950's for mining I get 650khash on LTC network
I get about 560Mhash for SHA-256 networks

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April 04, 2013, 09:40:49 PM
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I want a BTE.

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April 04, 2013, 09:49:52 PM
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I want a BTE.

the faucet is up and running go check it out.

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April 04, 2013, 09:52:21 PM
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I was on the bytecoin.us.to p2pool for a bit not bad I was adding around 5ghash to the pool I'll come back to contribute to your faucet i liked the %5 fee for that to help start the coin. but i'm gonna try solo mining for a bit to see how i do. I was there for your very 1st block  Cheesy Also if anyone needs help I have configuration files for BAMT0.5c I can mine for BTC, BTE, LTC, TRC I use cgminer 2.11.3 and ATI drivers 13.1 with SDKv2.8 and ADL-5.0 I figured out a very stable build for BAMT with the newest ATI driver sets. I actually Plan on brushing up on my java to help make a sweet pool or something but won't be anytime soon I haven't programmed for almost 5 years.... Lol but it's there somewhere.

I use 7950's for mining I get 650khash on LTC network
I get about 560Mhash for SHA-256 networks

Bytecoin.us.in Paid me everytime with cgminer on Windows 7 and cgminer for BAMT0.5c


would you consider renting your 5ghash out to me for a day? how much btc can you mine in a day with 5ghash?

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April 04, 2013, 09:58:30 PM
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I was on the bytecoin.us.to p2pool for a bit not bad I was adding around 5ghash to the pool I'll come back to contribute to your faucet i liked the %5 fee for that to help start the coin. but i'm gonna try solo mining for a bit to see how i do. I was there for your very 1st block  Cheesy Also if anyone needs help I have configuration files for BAMT0.5c I can mine for BTC, BTE, LTC, TRC I use cgminer 2.11.3 and ATI drivers 13.1 with SDKv2.8 and ADL-5.0 I figured out a very stable build for BAMT with the newest ATI driver sets. I actually Plan on brushing up on my java to help make a sweet pool or something but won't be anytime soon I haven't programmed for almost 5 years.... Lol but it's there somewhere.

I use 7950's for mining I get 650khash on LTC network
I get about 560Mhash for SHA-256 networks

Bytecoin.us.in Paid me everytime with cgminer on Windows 7 and cgminer for BAMT0.5c


would you consider renting your 5ghash out to me for a day? how much btc can you mine in a day with 5ghash?


Around 0.376BTC
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April 04, 2013, 09:59:02 PM
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I was on the bytecoin.us.to p2pool for a bit not bad I was adding around 5ghash to the pool I'll come back to contribute to your faucet i liked the %5 fee for that to help start the coin. but i'm gonna try solo mining for a bit to see how i do. I was there for your very 1st block  Cheesy Also if anyone needs help I have configuration files for BAMT0.5c I can mine for BTC, BTE, LTC, TRC I use cgminer 2.11.3 and ATI drivers 13.1 with SDKv2.8 and ADL-5.0 I figured out a very stable build for BAMT with the newest ATI driver sets. I actually Plan on brushing up on my java to help make a sweet pool or something but won't be anytime soon I haven't programmed for almost 5 years.... Lol but it's there somewhere.

I use 7950's for mining I get 650khash on LTC network
I get about 560Mhash for SHA-256 networks

Bytecoin.us.in Paid me everytime with cgminer on Windows 7 and cgminer for BAMT0.5c


would you consider renting your 5ghash out to me for a day? how much btc can you mine in a day with 5ghash?


Around 0.376BTC

thanks!

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April 04, 2013, 10:08:34 PM
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I want a BTE.

the faucet is up and running go check it out.

The Bytecoin Faucet: http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

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I'm buying BTE. Paying 0.15 BTC for 1000 BTE. PM me.
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April 04, 2013, 10:10:51 PM
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I want a BTE.

the faucet is up and running go check it out.

The Bytecoin Faucet: http://bytecoin.us.to:8000/

Looks like someone already entered my address there. I got .1 BTE sent, and it won't let me enter my address there.

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April 04, 2013, 10:11:19 PM
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I want a BTE.

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