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October 02, 2013, 02:45:26 PM
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October 02, 2013, 02:47:35 PM
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Order #34X
Mining: No
Tracking Number: Yes

I am so excited, can barely contain myself Smiley

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October 02, 2013, 02:52:11 PM
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This obsession about fresh clothes can only be explained by a need for fresh.. underwear. I guess it was scary at times, right, orama ? Smiley
He'd love to SSH or Telnet his clothes in the hotel... Grin But a job well done
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October 02, 2013, 02:54:20 PM
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Day 1, customer group 1-500, Hosting, Order 34x still nothing....
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October 02, 2013, 02:55:33 PM
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Well, I am just now leaving Stockholm without my pickup and frankly angry at how mis-informed I was the whole time I was here. I could have changed the flight out or changed to a delivery but what I kept getting was "you will get your unit today or tomorrow".  

One truck left the factory already. Without my day1 1-500 Jun3 unit because I was never given the choice of sending it there even though they new perfectly I was leaving today!(Congrats to the lucky bastards whose units are in the truck).

Regarding your questions and because I know how hard it is to get information to organise your lives: I was also told many different things about pick up. Latest I got was that day 1's pick ups will be available today evening at their new shinny Östermalm address but, frankly, I have learned along this week to trust nothing coming from the central office.

I understand everything was tight and hard at the factory but there really is no point giving false information to clients. Especially if they flew all the way to Stockholm for a pick up. That is just unnecessary!   Angry


That does suck - they seem to have done everything about 99% right. 2-3 days earlier in the schedule they'd probably have been better with the communication and maybe winning the bitbet.

Did you meet with KNC?

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October 02, 2013, 03:01:49 PM
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I have Cygwin installed on Windows, so I can do all the usual Unix stuff, including ssh.
omg plz tell more...   Cygwin?

I'm sure these's no advantage installing Cygwin on windows machine unless your a developer, and I think it's much easier/reliable with linux or OSX operating system for developing.

Nemo, what are your intentions. Do you want remotely access your miner.?

I've been using Cygwin for many years for various reasons. Midnight Commander being one of them Smiley
So I just mentioned it in case you are comfortable in a Unix environment and are forced to use Windows.

Ditto Cygwin here.  It's an easy install and upgrade, too...
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October 02, 2013, 03:02:20 PM
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Orama - Should the folks that received tracking information today expect to have the devices shipped today?  Should we all also expect to see mining activity on our boxes before shipment?
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October 02, 2013, 03:03:16 PM
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So it looks like KnC becomes the polar opposite of BFL

they came to industry relatively late , and delivered.

I expect this is going to garner a lot of respect.

I hope they continue to make an ship all types of ASIC devices.

you guys have just become number one in the industry.

Trust means a lot right now in this industry, so you will gain a lot of loyal customers here.

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October 02, 2013, 03:03:51 PM
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I received my tracking number today. Delivery on the 4th.

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October 02, 2013, 03:05:37 PM
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Anyone have confirmation of Saturns being shipped or is it all Jupiters for now?

I packaged more than one Saturn for sure, and yes it's respect of queue order. Also, no rest for the wicked. A load of hosting should be coming online tonight. Which means I get to leave here, and get at least somewhat closer to my clothing that' been holidaying the last few days. At least I'll have a choice of clean stuff to wear...at somepoint. Sad
I am certainly going to send some btc to your tip jar when my stuff comes online, because your updates and packing skills certainly deserve some luv from the community. Thank you!
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October 02, 2013, 03:05:44 PM
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I received my tracking number today. Delivery on the 4th.

where do you live?
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October 02, 2013, 03:06:05 PM
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I'd say Germany - holiday on Thursday.....ouch!

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October 02, 2013, 03:10:24 PM
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Well, I am just now leaving Stockholm without my pickup and frankly angry at how mis-informed I was the whole time I was here. I could have changed the flight out or changed to a delivery but what I kept getting was "you will get your unit today or tomorrow".  

One truck left the factory already. Without my day1 1-500 Jun3 unit because I was never given the choice of sending it there even though they new perfectly I was leaving today!(Congrats to the lucky bastards whose units are in the truck).

Regarding your questions and because I know how hard it is to get information to organise your lives: I was also told many different things about pick up. Latest I got was that day 1's pick ups will be available today evening at their new shinny Östermalm address but, frankly, I have learned along this week to trust nothing coming from the central office.

I understand everything was tight and hard at the factory but there really is no point giving false information to clients. Especially if they flew all the way to Stockholm for a pick up. That is just unnecessary!   Angry


That does suck - they seem to have done everything about 99% right. 2-3 days earlier in the schedule they'd probably have been better with the communication and maybe winning the bitbet.

Did you meet with KNC?

Only the support staff in the office (there's quite a few).  They absolutely did not want me anywhere near the factory (I could have driven and picked the bloody thing up  Undecided and even offered help as a taxi/courier for more than a day) fearing I would give out it's location to you evil bastards  Wink.


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October 02, 2013, 03:10:38 PM
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Miner protection offered by KnC would be a huge plus.

So today I'm thinking about the possibility of my Mercury getting fried from lightening.  I recall a Presario that was destroyed by lightening.  The RJ-45 was molten copper at the motherboard.  The power in jack was blackened.  The power brick was dead.  Here in the US a home will usually have two phases of 120VAC relative to neutral and neutral is tied to ground in the service and then ground to a ground-rod driven into the ground properly at the service and the service has only those two phases coming in from the electric utility.  Perhaps the power company asked the cable company to pay a fee for connecting to their ground, was refused and got cut.  So, the jolt of lightening came in via the cable, thru the cable modem to the RJ-45 ethernet connection, out the power-in jack thru the power brick trying to get to neutral in the 120VAC outlet which is tied to ground in the service.  If the computer was using Wifi it wouldn't have fried. They should call it WhyFry.  So, I was thinking about my Mercury.  Since it has an operating system I'd need do something like take a laptop and configure its RJ-45 as the downlink of a router and the laptop's wifi as the uplink.  My very first router was an older system with multiple ethernet cards running either Slink or Potato.  That I recall was not for me an easy thing to do.  I wonder if it's any easier with Wheezy.  I'd probably take a communication penalty in metrics.

Think I'll try cable box -> 802.11 linksys wireless router -> (wireless) -> bridge -> my regular network routing.  I'll simply be unplugging my regular network routing uplink RJ-45 from the 802.11 and putting the bridge in place of the uplink cable, the uplink cable then going the bridge.  My entire regular network will then not be wired to the cable box.  This instead of wifi on each of the miners.  No threat of molten RJ45 copper and lesser fried power in on boards.  



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October 02, 2013, 03:12:23 PM
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No info from them yet. Order #4*
Not really expected from KNC.
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October 02, 2013, 03:12:45 PM
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I could really use some help with my PSU setup. I got 2 X Enermax Maxrevo 1500W to power 1 Jupiter and 2 Saturns. Here is the distribution of the virtual rails:



I plan on connecting my Jupiter with 4 cables (each cable has 2 X 6+2 PCIE connectors, but going to use just one connector for each cable) using 12v3 (upper left), 12v4 (upper middle), 12v5 (lower middle) and 12v6 (upper right).
Is this correct? I have no experience working with PSU's...

I've also found this piece of info which doesn't make much sense to me:
"The 12V1 rail should ideally power at least half of the peripheral/SATA sockets and not only the 24pin ATX connector. The 12V2, which feeds the first EPS connector, could also feed the other peripheral/SATA sockets. You should, in case you need the second EPS/ATX12V connector, connect its cable either to the middle top socket or to the top right socket that are fed by the 12V4 and 12V6 respectively. These rails provide power to a single 12pin socket and to the peripheral sockets, so don't mix any PCIe connectors with this EPS, something that could lead to OCP activation."

Also, since I plan on upgrading the 2 Saturns to Jupiters, the 2 PSU's should provide enough power for 3 Jupiters. But how would I connect them?

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October 02, 2013, 03:14:48 PM
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Orama - Should the folks that received tracking information today expect to have the devices shipped today?

No way if international. Assuming you are in Europe (zone 3 shipping) that would be next day. Other places can be later.



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October 02, 2013, 03:16:22 PM
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ship from where
sweden?
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October 02, 2013, 03:20:43 PM
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Please, no more!

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October 02, 2013, 03:24:03 PM
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Orama - Should the folks that received tracking information today expect to have the devices shipped today?

No way if international. Assuming you are in Europe (zone 3 shipping) that would be next day. Other places can be later.


I asked if they would be shipped today (not arrive today)  Smiley  So, because I got an e-mail from UPS, does that mean its going to be on a truck in the next hour or two?  That would be sweet.
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