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October 28, 2013, 05:07:20 PM
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For those bound on risk I wonder if the removed USB port is possible to be soldered back to copy over these files. Probably the biggest risk would be warranty wise?

Should be a lot safer just to buy another BBB & copy the image over.
huh? it's simple enough using putty, why would we need a bbb?... lol

his code is stored in RAM anyway...   right?
a cold restart works fine.... at least it did for my 3 sats...

the location of the .factory file was mentioned early on... surely folks made a backup of it?


can't use putty if the machine won't come up on the network due to deleted critical files.  And since the USB has been disabled...the number of choices is sort of whittled down.  Best solution is to, of course, not delete the files in the first place Wink

And how does one restore said backup if one can't access the machine Wink
Cklovas nor any rep never ever instructed anyone to erase the .factory files.
Don't know why someone would do such a thing.


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October 28, 2013, 05:10:08 PM
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Cklovas nor any rep ever never instructed anyone to erase the .factory files.
Don't know why someone would do such a thing.

I D ten T error most likely

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October 28, 2013, 05:10:32 PM
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For those bound on risk I wonder if the removed USB port is possible to be soldered back to copy over these files. Probably the biggest risk would be warranty wise?

Should be a lot safer just to buy another BBB & copy the image over.
huh? it's simple enough using putty, why would we need a bbb?... lol

his code is stored in RAM anyway...   right?
a cold restart works fine.... at least it did for my 3 sats...

the location of the .factory file was mentioned early on... surely folks made a backup of it?


can't use putty if the machine won't come up on the network due to deleted critical files.  And since the USB has been disabled...the number of choices is sort of whittled down.  Best solution is to, of course, not delete the files in the first place Wink

And how does one restore said backup if one can't access the machine Wink
Cklovas nor any rep ever never instructed anyone to erase the .factory files.
Don't know why someone would do such a thing.

agreed and addressed in edit above
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October 28, 2013, 05:14:53 PM
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whoa, i dont know what i just did, but i did some messing around and my mercury is now reporting 163ghs on btc guild! lets see how long this lasts, lol
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October 28, 2013, 05:16:44 PM
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3 sats...0.97, straight up...   they love 70c


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October 28, 2013, 05:17:13 PM
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For those bound on risk I wonder if the removed USB port is possible to be soldered back to copy over these files. Probably the biggest risk would be warranty wise?

Should be a lot safer just to buy another BBB & copy the image over.
huh? it's simple enough using putty, why would we need a bbb?... lol

his code is stored in RAM anyway...   right?
a cold restart works fine.... at least it did for my 3 sats...

the location of the .factory file was mentioned early on... surely folks made a backup of it?


can't use putty if the machine won't come up on the network due to deleted critical files.  And since the USB has been disabled...the number of choices is sort of whittled down.  Best solution is to, of course, not delete the files in the first place Wink  It has nothing to do with the BFG or "improved" cgminer..it's that some people have been deleting these files (apparently) on the advice of other people for some reason.  Advice given (if I were a cynical person) hoping that people would disable their own machines thus eliminate some competition.

And how does one restore said backup if one can't access the machine Wink

I said it before and I'll reiterate it here:  If someone's not comfortable in the linux command line, s/he shouldn't be logging onto these devices except through direction of knc support.  Bad things can happen in a hurry as root if you are not careful..there is no "are you sure?" dialog that pops up when you delete stuff.  

SD card?

http://hipstercircuits.com/unbrick-beaglebone-black-without-erasing-emmc/

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October 28, 2013, 05:23:57 PM
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Yeah, I was about to mention the MicroSDHC slot on the BBB.  I don't know if the ones shipped on the KnC can boot off of them or not. But if so you could have have "boot disks" for the device.

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October 28, 2013, 05:27:22 PM
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For those bound on risk I wonder if the removed USB port is possible to be soldered back to copy over these files. Probably the biggest risk would be warranty wise?

Should be a lot safer just to buy another BBB & copy the image over.
huh? it's simple enough using putty, why would we need a bbb?... lol

his code is stored in RAM anyway...   right?
a cold restart works fine.... at least it did for my 3 sats...

the location of the .factory file was mentioned early on... surely folks made a backup of it?


can't use putty if the machine won't come up on the network due to deleted critical files.  And since the USB has been disabled...the number of choices is sort of whittled down.  Best solution is to, of course, not delete the files in the first place Wink  It has nothing to do with the BFG or "improved" cgminer..it's that some people have been deleting these files (apparently) on the advice of other people for some reason.  Advice given (if I were a cynical person) hoping that people would disable their own machines thus eliminate some competition.

And how does one restore said backup if one can't access the machine Wink

I said it before and I'll reiterate it here:  If someone's not comfortable in the linux command line, s/he shouldn't be logging onto these devices except through direction of knc support.  Bad things can happen in a hurry as root if you are not careful..there is no "are you sure?" dialog that pops up when you delete stuff.  

SD card?

http://hipstercircuits.com/unbrick-beaglebone-black-without-erasing-emmc/

Good call!  Another possibility from the same article:

Note: If you do not have a microSD card, but you have a UART to USB cable (3.3V) or a second BeagleBone Black for some reason, you can get access the boot-loader directly via UART1. The pin header is described in the manual. Like Koen Kooi says, it is not technically bricked, but to put it in laymans tems: it does not work.
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October 28, 2013, 05:28:26 PM
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I'm still trying to find the post where someone actually erased them...?


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October 28, 2013, 05:29:35 PM
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I'm still trying to find the post where someone actually erased them...?

Don't think it was in this thread (I don't remember anyone mentioning it), but obviously folks have been hence the latest news release by knc.
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October 28, 2013, 05:29:58 PM
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I'm still trying to find the post where someone actually erased them...?

Lol! Was wondering about the same thing. More support than casualties.  Cheesy
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October 28, 2013, 05:33:25 PM
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Just spoke with Anna and she told me my miners are ready and to be picked up by DHL today very shortly  Lips sealed

That's tomorrow to you in the UK most likely. Mine took almost exactly a day. Good to hear.

How late in the day did you get your email from DHL with the tracking number?

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October 28, 2013, 05:39:11 PM
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also... an observation...
The reason a machine works better with the cover on:
There are little black padded squares stuck to the top of the heatsinks.
These pads contact the top of the case, and add slight pressure to the entire asic assembly on each PCB.
It is enough to make a difference in how the asic performs.
and the added temp with the case on, actually enhances it.
taping a small piece of cardboard(1layer) to the top of the pad helps to increase that pressure just a tad.
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October 28, 2013, 05:42:45 PM
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The mods have gone full circle. Now it's back to factory build with just a bit of cardboard on top of the heatsinks. =:)

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October 28, 2013, 05:47:03 PM
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final we must put on the cover???
for better performance?
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October 28, 2013, 05:48:18 PM
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The mods have gone full circle. Now it's back to factory build with just a bit of cardboard on top of the heatsinks. =:)
Back to bone stock on .96 here.
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October 28, 2013, 05:50:50 PM
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The mods have gone full circle. Now it's back to factory build with just a bit of cardboard on top of the heatsinks. =:)
well, yes... lol... I'm convinced that most of the problems out there related to cores dropping/dies activating, is a simple contact problem. This could surely help as a solution, opposed to attempting to shorten spacers thru dis-assembly & modifying hardware, and risking screwing things up.
this is a simple & quick way to cure it.  I was faced with this problem on a saturn, which had a stripped screw from assembly, and couldn't really be fixed without tearing it apart. I was able to get some pliers in there to turn it a bit, but it didnt last for long, because the threads are stripped. The pad trick worked.
Yet another Sat had similar woes, but no stripped screw. The pad trick worked there too


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October 28, 2013, 05:52:48 PM
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also... an observation...
The reason a machine works better with the cover on:
There are little black padded squares stuck to the top of the heatsinks.
These pads contact the top of the case, and add slight pressure to the entire asic assembly on each PCB.
It is enough to make a difference in how the asic performs.
and the added temp with the case on, actually enhances it.
taping a small piece of cardboard(1layer) to the top of the pad helps to increase that pressure just a tad.
just my 2 cents

Thanks for the details Phoenix.  I find it that if my temperatures are around 50 C, that the number of disabled cores skyrockets up.  My unit seems to MUCH better with the case off & a fan on it.  Does anyone else have the same experience?  By the way, are you on .97 or .96?
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October 28, 2013, 05:54:00 PM
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also... an observation...
The reason a machine works better with the cover on:
There are little black padded squares stuck to the top of the heatsinks.
These pads contact the top of the case, and add slight pressure to the entire asic assembly on each PCB.
It is enough to make a difference in how the asic performs.
and the added temp with the case on, actually enhances it.
taping a small piece of cardboard(1layer) to the top of the pad helps to increase that pressure just a tad.
just my 2 cents

Thanks for the details Phoenix.  I find it that if my temperatures are around 50 C, that the number of disabled cores skyrockets up.  My unit seems to MUCH better with the case off & a fan on it.  Does anyone else have the same experience?  By the way, are you on .97 or .96?
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I have a feeling you will find that the cores enable/disable from temps due to the contact issue.
was for 2 of 3 of my sats.
a simple way to test it is by watching the putty window while pressing on the heatsink pipes for about 5-10 seconds to see if any reaction from cgminer.  That's how I located each poorly connected asic.


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October 28, 2013, 05:55:48 PM
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whoa, i dont know what i just did, but i did some messing around and my mercury is now reporting 163ghs on btc guild! lets see how long this lasts, lol

Messing? Looks like good messing, extra 20GH over mine which has 1% HW errors.
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