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December 30, 2016, 02:40:56 PM
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EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


hmm big bucks  Grin Grin Grin Grin
both of you need to realese the source and compare it  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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Nope, the Nicehash EQM 1.04b does not work on Linux.

This EWBF's miner does work on Linux.

Clearly, different miners.
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December 30, 2016, 02:45:26 PM
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We'll see when NH opens the source
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December 30, 2016, 03:03:02 PM
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NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF
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December 30, 2016, 03:11:36 PM
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NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF

Nicehash EQM v1.0.4a miner does not work on Linux, as I keep saying.

How are you going to use something that does not work on Linux, on Linux?

Secondly, I'd rather pay a fee to EWBF's for future development, rather than a miner that is being openly abandoned by EQM.
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December 30, 2016, 03:19:20 PM
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NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF

Nicehash EQM v1.0.4a miner does not work on Linux, as I keep saying.

How are you going to use something that does not work on Linux, on Linux?

Secondly, I'd rather pay a fee to EWBF's for future development, rather than a miner that is being openly abandoned by EQM.


I do not use linux, I have windows 10,
then for the miner's fine with me pagara the fee to EBWF, I have no problem, I just said that if the miner is faster to make it free to use it where you want, and not just keep it locked for nichehash,
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December 30, 2016, 03:35:02 PM
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[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Wow!
Nice to meet you!
The modest results of profiling ...
We are both use tromp solver https://github.com/tromp/equihash
Your kernels:


My kernels:


First digit kernel launch parameters:
Yours

My


Complete ptx assembly for kernel digit2
Yours:

My:


Ps: of course if you release you miner open source, i will lost a lot of my users. But whole community must be grateful to me because my actions lead to this decision Smiley Happy new year!







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December 30, 2016, 03:49:25 PM
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[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Wow!
Nice to meet you!
The modest results of profiling ...
We are both use tromp solver https://github.com/tromp/equihash
Your kernels:


My kernels:


First digit kernel launch parameters:
Yours

My


Complete ptx assembly for kernel digit2
Yours:

My:


Ps: of course if you release you miner open source, i will lost a lot of my users. But whole community must be grateful to me because my actions lead to this decision Smiley Happy new year!


Looks comprehensively different on these stats.

What is going to happen with this open sourcing, is future development work is going to end , because coders aren't making a personal profit from their releases and better mining software will go underground for private sales again, which is going to same crap that everyone had to put up with from the bad old days.
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December 30, 2016, 03:53:49 PM
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[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Or you could Nicehash, actually release your source and make it public to mine on ANY pool not just yours, i am sure you are making enough on the fees your charging and waiting a month to pay your miners to cover whatever you paid for the original miner code.

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December 30, 2016, 04:01:32 PM
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We will release the source, you don't have to worry about that.

Ya i kinda jumped the gun on that one Smiley Good

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December 30, 2016, 04:03:03 PM
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Of course EQM for Linux is coming.
I don't have ETA, because holidays.




I would have continued to use the NiceHash miner since it was always a step ahead of other miners and that equalized the returns from NiceHash.


I use Linux so unfortunately many of us had no other choice but to move to options that support us(Linux).


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December 30, 2016, 05:09:19 PM
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Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?
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December 30, 2016, 05:16:45 PM
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Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?

gtx970 --> same result
0.0.5b --> same result

Any debug flags available to help figure out what's going on?  Else it's just a guessing game.
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December 30, 2016, 05:31:31 PM
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Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?

gtx970 --> same result
0.0.5b --> same result

Any debug flags available to help figure out what's going on?  Else it's just a guessing game.

Here is a guide on setting up Nvidia GPU's on Ubuntu!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1712831.msg17162018#msg17162018
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December 30, 2016, 06:11:14 PM
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Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.

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December 30, 2016, 06:39:23 PM
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Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
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No comment for the rest of the discussion, but strictly from a developer's point of view I give 10+ to EWBF no matter if he coded/improved or only analyzed/disassembled EQM code.
That only proves he's a competent developer and his 2% is well deserved IMHO.

Cheers mates!

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December 30, 2016, 06:42:05 PM
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Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.
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December 30, 2016, 06:58:20 PM
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Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.

Claymore did the same thing and got crucified for this. EWBF shouldn't be let off the hook because Nicehash is a legitimate business.

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December 30, 2016, 07:04:14 PM
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Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.

Claymore did the same thing and got crucified for this. EWBF shouldn't be let off the hook because Nicehash is a legitimate business.

I agree, but how can it be proved that he supposedly analysed how their miner worked ? from the look of things his solvers seems to be rather different than NH's ones, and for now overall he seemed to have done a better job too, didn't he just analyzed the algo and made his own solvers being inspired too by what ressources were available around as open source ? (tromps and such). Dunno what to think about all this, but the accusations seems a bit too feeble to me. It would be the same if a car maker would accuse any others to make cars... the base principles are all the sames, but the making isn't... can you really crucify someone with this much information ?

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December 30, 2016, 07:36:38 PM
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NiceHash are pissed off hahaha Grin Grin Grin
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December 30, 2016, 07:43:29 PM
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i tried it with 750ti on flypool. Got 140 sol/s but after 6 hours flypool showed the hashrate but zero valid shares. Am not sure why. Anybody else got the same issue?
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