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October 19, 2013, 11:18:43 PM
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What does BBB stand for?
BeagleBone Black - sorta like an RPi, for the uninitiated
http://beagleboard.org/Products/BeagleBone+Black/

I have one but I've never switched it on Smiley

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October 19, 2013, 11:31:19 PM
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update...
eventually,each saturn freaked out on 0.90, so had to go back to 0.96...

How did they change?  Disabling and re-enabling cores?
the ol' 0 submitted on every line scrollling at 1000 lines a second.....lol
slowest saturn that was 255 ish is still holding on at 271

Never heard or saw the 0 submitted.  271 sounds good, 135½ each!



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October 19, 2013, 11:38:58 PM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

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October 20, 2013, 12:11:42 AM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc only you yourself are acting like a dinosaur.

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October 20, 2013, 12:45:24 AM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc only you yourself are acting like a dinosaur.

You need a comma in there somewhere because that sentence has two meanings.

1. CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc, only you yourself are acting like a dinosaur. (talking about mining btc in general)
2. CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc only, you yourself are acting like a dinosaur. (talking about mining btc as opposed to mining something else)

I think from frankenmints POV any personal mining is worthless, we should just be buying and selling BTC or using cloud mining

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October 20, 2013, 01:07:13 AM
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so how to get the enablecores.bin to run on the slo sat?
i have it (the file) on my desktop...
using putty I imagine,...


Shut down, let sit a minute, unplug the ASIC modules at the modules (the PCIE power), restart and only BBB will be running, go to the Sat. web page, upgrade to 0.90, shutdown, let sit a minute, plug the ASIC modules back in, start, go to web page, run Upgrade with enablecores.bin.  At least that's how I did it.


Phoenix1969, I didn't mention that I generally don't just shut off the power to the miner.  Since I generally have putty open to cgminer, when I go to shut down I hit "q" in putty, quitting the screen of cgminer, then giving the command "halt" and since I'm logged in a root, the system shuts down in a more orderly manner than simply hitting a switch.  I do this because I've noticed with Raspberry Pi if I just kill power the program can get corrupted.  When you quit the screen and command halt, the first thing that's going to happen is putty will send a notice it has lost the connection.  That's when I kill the power.  Might not matter but why take a chance.
exactly what i was looking for, thanks soy........KNC, IF YOU ARE LISTENING....UPDATE YOUR MANUAL WHILE YOU'RE AT IT!!
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October 20, 2013, 01:20:17 AM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

kano, I know you mean well, but for some, it is worth paying to make your own BTC, even at a loss. What is it worth to not have a bank account or credit card with your name and all your info. on it? To get BTC, you either put your name in the bucket (banks, credit cards etc) or you mine your own....yes at some cost. I can think of many reasons why someone would still pay more for a BLADE than sign up for COINBASE or similar to buy BTC. Anyway, my 2 satoshis.
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October 20, 2013, 02:10:24 AM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

kano, I know you mean well, but for some, it is worth paying to make your own BTC, even at a loss. What is it worth to not have a bank account or credit card with your name and all your info. on it? To get BTC, you either put your name in the bucket (banks, credit cards etc) or you mine your own....yes at some cost. I can think of many reasons why someone would still pay more for a BLADE than sign up for COINBASE or similar to buy BTC. Anyway, my 2 satoshis.

LocalBitcoins.com,  brotha.
yes, with fees and someone's face you have to see....and they usually want to sell large amounts not 1 or 2 btc....
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October 20, 2013, 02:35:26 AM
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I looked at your website - the cost of your single blade is a half a bitcoin less than the cost of an Avalon mini...only difference is roughly 5.7-6X the hashing power.
in stock and shipping now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303640.0
Wow - you're still profiting of the stupidity of people not realising they will NEVER make 1.95 BTC with that crap.
Amazing.

CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc only you yourself are acting like a dinosaur.

You need a comma in there somewhere because that sentence has two meanings.

1. CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc, only you yourself are acting like a dinosaur. (talking about mining btc in general)
2. CGminer dev or not...if you're stuck on mining btc only, you yourself are acting like a dinosaur. (talking about mining btc as opposed to mining something else)

I think from frankenmints POV any personal mining is worthless, we should just be buying and selling BTC or using cloud mining in addition to Mining Bitcoin as long as possible then mining alt coins once you are seeing less than .01 BTC per diff change.

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October 20, 2013, 02:36:16 AM
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KANO...

I am willing to let you play with one of my saturns if that would help, I can provide you with the I.P & password.


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October 20, 2013, 03:01:00 AM
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Both running .96
One has a dead & a weak die

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Can you uploud your filles for the stat?
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October 20, 2013, 03:03:06 AM
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back to all 3 sats running 0.96, but they all hang around 275 now still  Smiley
same procedure on all 3 saturns...
1. flash 0.90 on the miner, reboot
2. flash enablecores.bin to the miner, POWER CYCLE the miner.
3. putty in and watch cgminer until it crashes, when it does, go to the gui page again, and flash 0.96 back onto the miner, apply, then POWER CYCLE the miner(turn off for 15 seconds via the power supply switch)
thats it.
i had 3 sats going at 255, 265, and 275....  now all at 270 - 275ish


+1
THAAANNNK YOU VERY MUCH Phoenix. That was it. My slow 220gh/s saturn runs now at avg 275GH/s and my Jupiter at avg 555 GH/s. Both with the same firmware at the end and both with the same flashing steps.
But i have 1 difference
Jupiter with about 540 Watts and each VRM 35.6A - 40.1A. Boards with 8 VRMs
Saturn with about 430 Watts and each VRM 53.9A - 58.1A. Boards with 4 VRMs
The amps are really freaky....
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cool, glad that helped someone...   Smiley


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October 20, 2013, 03:30:20 AM
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back to all 3 sats running 0.96, but they all hang around 275 now still  Smiley
same procedure on all 3 saturns...
1. flash 0.90 on the miner, reboot
2. flash enablecores.bin to the miner, POWER CYCLE the miner.
3. putty in and watch cgminer until it crashes, when it does, go to the gui page again, and flash 0.96 back onto the miner, apply, then POWER CYCLE the miner(turn off for 15 seconds via the power supply switch)
thats it.
i had 3 sats going at 255, 265, and 275....  now all at 270 - 275ish


+1
THAAANNNK YOU VERY MUCH Phoenix. That was it. My slow 220gh/s saturn runs now at avg 275GH/s and my Jupiter at avg 555 GH/s. Both with the same firmware at the end and both with the same flashing steps.
But i have 1 difference
Jupiter with about 540 Watts and each VRM 35.6A - 40.1A. Boards with 8 VRMs
Saturn with about 430 Watts and each VRM 53.9A - 58.1A. Boards with 4 VRMs
The amps are really freaky....

you're 'overclockin' with pre-95 FW   (voltages run high, amps out over spec, but make ASIC jump hoops more for higher WU but higher HW error%...as you see, the 8 VRMs can handle it..)

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October 20, 2013, 04:21:21 AM
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KANO...

I am willing to let you play with one of my saturns if that would help, I can provide you with the I.P & password.
Not gonna happen Tongue
I've already got hardware from other companies that I help (and am working on at the moment) so priority of that is way higher.
... and this time of year there is a whole bunch of music work I do also.
Not really interested in hardware, that the company who sells it tells me: thanks for your software - sucked in - bye bye.
... and of course as I have stated before, I don't do remote access support to solve the problems of hardware that I don't have and will not be getting.

You do get that all these firmware/hardware issues are of KFC's own choice right?
Back in July we were told that the testing was off the critical path and delayed until August when they would like our input then.
But then when we asked again at the end of July they ignored us until the "sucked in - bye bye"

Funny, my emails to KFC were very civil, I guess that was my mistake ...

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October 20, 2013, 04:47:04 AM
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looks like 2 saturns may run faster than a single jupiter....   or am I dreaming?

I bought 2 Saturns and just received this week. I'm pulling 272Gh/s avwrage from both on BTC.

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October 20, 2013, 04:58:07 AM
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KANO...

I am willing to let you play with one of my saturns if that would help, I can provide you with the I.P & password.
Not gonna happen Tongue
I've already got hardware from other companies that I help (and am working on at the moment) so priority of that is way higher.
... and this time of year there is a whole bunch of music work I do also.
Not really interested in hardware, that the company who sells it tells me: thanks for your software - sucked in - bye bye.
... and of course as I have stated before, I don't do remote access support to solve the problems of hardware that I don't have and will not be getting.

You do get that all these firmware/hardware issues are of KFC's own choice right?
Back in July we were told that the testing was off the critical path and delayed until August when they would like our input then.
But then when we asked again at the end of July they ignored us until the "sucked in - bye bye"

Funny, my emails to KFC were very civil, I guess that was my mistake ...

I have noticed a change in KnC's attitude.  I'm thinking of getting a refund for November.  I have a feeling I am going to be battling that one.  Sam was such a nice person back in May.  (When I had money of course)  Now they all seem like a bunch of dicks.  They are probably just busy engineers but it sucks seeing how they don't really want to work with people anymore.
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October 20, 2013, 05:05:33 AM
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I'm thinking of getting a refund for November.  I have a feeling I am going to be battling that one.  Sam was such a nice person back in May.  (When I had money of course)  Now they all seem like a bunch of dicks.  They are probably just busy engineers but it sucks seeing how they don't really want to work with people anymore.
They seem to be pretty open to working with people still IMO.
I wouldn't pay too much attention to the troll(s).

(Not to say KnC is The Perfect Company, but they seem to be getting a lot of FUD and exaggerations...)

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October 20, 2013, 05:06:17 AM
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KANO...

I am willing to let you play with one of my saturns if that would help, I can provide you with the I.P & password.
Not gonna happen Tongue
I've already got hardware from other companies that I help (and am working on at the moment) so priority of that is way higher.
... and this time of year there is a whole bunch of music work I do also.
Not really interested in hardware, that the company who sells it tells me: thanks for your software - sucked in - bye bye.
... and of course as I have stated before, I don't do remote access support to solve the problems of hardware that I don't have and will not be getting.

You do get that all these firmware/hardware issues are of KFC's own choice right?
Back in July we were told that the testing was off the critical path and delayed until August when they would like our input then.
But then when we asked again at the end of July they ignored us until the "sucked in - bye bye"

Funny, my emails to KFC were very civil, I guess that was my mistake ...


I could not agree more, the least someone can do in return for your help is send you a sample unit.
Especially if they are not paying you anything.

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