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August 25, 2017, 06:53:32 PM
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What version of nvOC are you using?

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August 25, 2017, 08:39:23 PM
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Desktop mode starts very slowly. Please build a command line version. Thank you very much.
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August 25, 2017, 08:48:40 PM
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Best mining OS!! can not wait for v0019
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August 25, 2017, 09:17:34 PM
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Desktop mode starts very slowly. Please build a command line version. Thank you very much.


Mate, try this, my RIG starts with in 20 seconds, you won't regret :

=====================================================================================


Can you please make step by step guide? I think it will help a lot of people, Thanks

Sure, will try my best.
First check to see if you have swap enabled or not by free command:
Then:
Open Gparted, it will ask for root password, Locate your drive, you will see a 16gb used space and a big not used at the end,
Right click on the unused partition and create new partition, Type : Swap make the size you want ( 1Gb to ...) and move it to the end of drive.  Apply.
Then right clcik on the primary 16gb partition and resize/move , resize it to the desired (better to give it all). Apply
Now right click on the swap partition and get the info, copy the UUID
open /etc/fstab with
Code:
gksudo gedit /etc/fstab
You will see a line which refers to a swap partition during installation ...
Some thing similar to this :
Code:
# swap was on /dev/sda5 during installation
UUID=cdba7b01-5ae6-4104-9a6e-f723b8bd87ac none            swap    sw              0       0
Now change the UUID with the one you copied from newly made swap partition.
save and close gedit.
now in your  terminal type :
Code:
sudo swapon --all
It will read your fstab and enable the swap partition.
check it with free command in  terminal
Code:
#free
              total        used        free      shared  buff/cache   available
Mem:        8171388     3020388     2637404      142044     2513596     4647472
Swap:       8123388           0     8123388
reboot and it should be all good

============================================================================

credits to papampi

fullzero, do you mind putting this link in original post please, i bet it will be useful to lots of users; thanks Smiley


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August 25, 2017, 10:37:23 PM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.
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August 25, 2017, 10:45:23 PM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If it doesn't work, try this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

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August 25, 2017, 10:48:14 PM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.
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August 25, 2017, 10:50:32 PM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.

Try the edited bit now please

EDIT:

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If still doesn't work, please post a screenshot of the folder with its contents

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August 25, 2017, 11:01:51 PM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.

Try the edited bit now please

EDIT:

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If still doesn't work, please post a screenshot of the folder with its contents

I have - that is ultimately what I am truly trying to solve for, as 1bash can execute this, but I wanted to run the --help to see the flags for the optimizations (and then figure out how to fold them back into 1bash).

Not much to see in the screenshot, but I will share as soon as I figure out how to create one (or where to paste/save).
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August 26, 2017, 12:17:36 AM
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@fullzero

Desktop mode starts very slowly. Please build a command line version. Thank you very much.


Mate, try this, my RIG starts with in 20 seconds, you won't regret :

=====================================================================================


Can you please make step by step guide? I think it will help a lot of people, Thanks

Sure, will try my best.
First check to see if you have swap enabled or not by free command:
Then:
Open Gparted, it will ask for root password, Locate your drive, you will see a 16gb used space and a big not used at the end,
Right click on the unused partition and create new partition, Type : Swap make the size you want ( 1Gb to ...) and move it to the end of drive.  Apply.
Then right clcik on the primary 16gb partition and resize/move , resize it to the desired (better to give it all). Apply
Now right click on the swap partition and get the info, copy the UUID
open /etc/fstab with
Code:
gksudo gedit /etc/fstab
You will see a line which refers to a swap partition during installation ...
Some thing similar to this :
Code:
# swap was on /dev/sda5 during installation
UUID=cdba7b01-5ae6-4104-9a6e-f723b8bd87ac none            swap    sw              0       0
Now change the UUID with the one you copied from newly made swap partition.
save and close gedit.
now in your  terminal type :
Code:
sudo swapon --all
It will read your fstab and enable the swap partition.
check it with free command in  terminal
Code:
#free
              total        used        free      shared  buff/cache   available
Mem:        8171388     3020388     2637404      142044     2513596     4647472
Swap:       8123388           0     8123388
reboot and it should be all good

============================================================================

credits to papampi

fullzero, do you mind putting this link in original post please, i bet it will be useful to lots of users; thanks Smiley
Thanks you
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August 26, 2017, 12:36:54 AM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.

Try the edited bit now please

EDIT:

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If still doesn't work, please post a screenshot of the folder with its contents

I have - that is ultimately what I am truly trying to solve for, as 1bash can execute this, but I wanted to run the --help to see the flags for the optimizations (and then figure out how to fold them back into 1bash).

Not much to see in the screenshot, but I will share as soon as I figure out how to create one (or where to paste/save).
Sorry for my bad english. You want run with 1bash?
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August 26, 2017, 12:57:31 AM
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WARNING:
DO NOT boot your dev machine with nvOC, it will destroy your data
@fullzero, please add this important tip to the OP, why do we need dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda1?
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August 26, 2017, 03:47:41 AM
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Hi fellow-miners! First of all big thank to Fullzero and other contributors for adding all that staff into Ubuntu and making it the best (i tried several others and also used Ubuntu as it is) solution for mining.

Fullzero, can you add Monero GPU mining? For example xmr-stak-nvidia. The price of XMR went up last weeks and today its more profitable to mine XMR than ETH.
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August 26, 2017, 06:07:29 AM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.

Try the edited bit now please

EDIT:

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If still doesn't work, please post a screenshot of the folder with its contents

I have - that is ultimately what I am truly trying to solve for, as 1bash can execute this, but I wanted to run the --help to see the flags for the optimizations (and then figure out how to fold them back into 1bash).

Not much to see in the screenshot, but I will share as soon as I figure out how to create one (or where to paste/save).
Sorry for my bad english. You want run with 1bash?

Your English is not bad at all, so don't worry about it Smiley

I didn't mean to run it with 1bash, I'm trying to figure out why you are not able to overcome the above issue!

I've compiled or copied some miners before, they ran perfectly. If I get a clear picture of your files and stuff, I may able to help you better with it, which is why I'm asking for a screenshot of the location of your miner.

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credits to papampi

fullzero, do you mind putting this link in original post please, i bet it will be useful to lots of users; thanks Smiley
Thanks for mentioning me and giving the credits,
I added an easier solution to that post
for those who dont need/want the swap and dont need to expand their partition.

Option2 :
If you have 16GB USB/SSD/HDD and dont want/need swap partition.
Just open /etc/fstab with
Code:
gksudo gedit /etc/fstab
and add a # before the UUID in swap line
Code:
# swap was on /dev/sda5 during installation
#UUID=cdba7b01-5ae6-4104-9a6e-f723b8bd87ac none            swap    sw              0       0
reboot and have fun.
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Hi guys,
I have 2 main problems with my rig which are contain 12х gtx1060. It based on Asus prime z270-p. Bios is the latest version, 4g is enabled.
so, the 1st problem is working of 12 cards. I've try to explain. When I enter 12cards and turn on system, in nvidia driver settings I see only 11 screens
http://imgur.com/a/zGNba. Moreover, when I check each of ones, I see that only 11 cards can manage their seed of fun
http://imgur.com/a/jYU3x, but the 12th one can't do that http://imgur.com/a/3c7f3.
However, when start the miner, the miner is determine 12 card and start to mine, but one card is overheats, because the script can't manage fun speed of this card.
http://imgur.com/a/VIdDn
To add to this, I check all problems with hardware: raisers, pci slots, cards - everything is good. When enter whatever card in what ever slot (if it 12th one) - I get the same mistake. When stay only 11card everything is working without any mistakes.

The second problem is linked with "screen" utility. Sometimes is occured such mistake
http://imgur.com/a/Q23xf
moreover mining procces is not stopped (watchdog said that everything is ok), cards is really work, however hashrate on pool is 0.
http://imgur.com/a/qxMIn
http://imgur.com/a/Vx9si

Can someone help to solve problems?
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Hi guys,
I have 2 main problems with my rig which are contain 12х gtx1060. It based on Asus prime z270-p. Bios is the latest version, 4g is enabled.
so, the 1st problem is working of 12 cards. I've try to explain. When I enter 12cards and turn on system, in nvidia driver settings I see only 11 screens
. Moreover, when I check each of ones, I see that only 11 cards can manage their seed of fun
, but the 12th one can't do that .
However, when start the miner, the miner is determine 12 card and start to mine, but one card is overheats, because the script can't manage fun speed of this card.

To add to this, I check all problems with hardware: raisers, pci slots, cards - everything is good. When enter whatever card in what ever slot (if it 12th one) - I get the same mistake. When stay only 11card everything is working without any mistakes.

The second problem is linked with "screen" utility. Sometimes is occured such mistake

moreover mining procces is not stopped (watchdog said that everything is ok), cards is really work, however hashrate on pool is 0.



Can someone help to solve problems?
Do you set individual power limit and temp limit in 1bash ?
Code:
# Note you MUST set individual powerlimits if using Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL
Also
rename your 1bash to 1bash-1, download a fresh copy of 1bash and restart the system, may be a mistake in 1bash caused it.
see if it works or not

for 2nd problem
check running screens with
Code:
screen -list
check if miner is ruuning with :
Code:
ps ax | grep miner
if miner running and attached , run
Code:
screen -dr miner
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@fullzero Suggestion.
Move the config parts of 1bash to 1bash.conf
So upgrading to newer versions become easier and dont need editing 1bash again.
Also it will make 1bash mistake proof, only those who know should edit 1bash, others only edit 1bash.conf.
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August 26, 2017, 07:59:01 AM
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Hi all,

Has anyone incorporated ethminer 0.11.0 into this nvOC release? I managed to download it and can get it to run, but have been having the hardest time getting any results. I am running all GTX 1060 6GB cards (13 per rig), but am still getting about 21.5 Mh/s with mem OC.

I may not be the most adept at editing the 1bash though, and was having a difficult time finding a list of the flags (ethminer --help told me that ethminer wasn't a valid program).

Any thoughts?

U dont have to put any miner os nvOC, miner is in nvOC. For eth u can use genoil as far i know is the one u can grab more mh/s per gpu
Copy past your 1bash file ( only the first part ) here and i will help you Wink

Thank you. My apologies if I was not clear. I have been able to use the Genoil already in nvOC 18 (it automatically executes through my editing of 1bash). I have also managed to successfully download the later version of ethminer, which is supposed to get more Mh/s for GTX 1060 cards (which I have). The challenges I have are:
- These use different flags for the optimization.
- I cannot find a list of the flags, and going to the ethminer directory and typing "ethminer --help" tells me that ethminer is not a program (even though I can definitely get 0.11.0 to execute when pointing to it in 1bash, or simply dropping the new ethminer into the Genoil-U folder).

So really, I am hoping to find if anyone has had success configuring this later miner version and gotten the increased performance.

Any help would be awesome.

Adding the new ethminer with individual GPU output has already been requested by another member.  I will compile it (probably) tomorrow and tell you how it does / upload the files.

In the meantime:

On the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory, open guake and type:

Code:
chmod 755

with a space after 755 then drag the ethminer executable you copied to the Genoil-U directory to the guake terminal and let go.  It should add an absolute path to it after the chmod 755

press enter then try running ethminer again.

Thank you! I will try that this evening and share anything worthwhile that I learn.

As a follow up, I just tried this and unfortunately the result is the same:
--
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ls
ethminer
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ chmod 755 '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer'
m1@m1-desktop:~/eth/Genoil-U$ ethminer
ethminer: command not found
--

I tried removing the single quotes as well, but same result.

Have you tried this?

Right click the ethminer; properties; go to permissions tab and check the tick box which precisely says 'allow to execute the file's and try then?

Yes - great idea, but I tried that too.

Try the edited bit now please

EDIT:

Have you tried this?

./ethminer --help (make sure you are in the same directory)

If still doesn't work, please post a screenshot of the folder with its contents

I have - that is ultimately what I am truly trying to solve for, as 1bash can execute this, but I wanted to run the --help to see the flags for the optimizations (and then figure out how to fold them back into 1bash).

Not much to see in the screenshot, but I will share as soon as I figure out how to create one (or where to paste/save).

TLDR; as suggested when you are in that directory you should try adding DOT SLASH before the ethminer command e.g.
Code:
./ethminer --help

Otherwise maybe a bit of linux 101 is in order?

If you want to run a binary in a specific directory you have to use either the full directory path to that binary or be in that directory and run ./<command> (which just means 'this directory'/<command>)

e.g. for this case run:
Code:
/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer
or
Code:
cd /home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/
then
Code:
./ethminer

(I don't have a running instance of nvoc at hand to confirm so I'm assuming this is the correct directory from your post)

Why?

If you run a command without a path specified e.g.
Code:
ethminer
then linux looks for a command with that name in the directories it knows are used for storing the binaries for commands. These are set in the $PATH system configuration file. You can view that by running  
Code:
echo $PATH
which returns something like
Code:
/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin


So in the background if you type a command, in this case
Code:
ethminer
, the system will check to see if that exists at:
Code:
/sbin/ethminer
/bin/ethminer
/usr/sbin/ethminer
/usr/bin/ethminer
/usr/local/sbin/ethminer
/usr/local/bin/ethminer

Of course that doesn't include '/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer' so you get the command not found error.

If linux didn't have a set list of places to look for commands this way it would have to try every file on the computer to see if it matched what you typed and if it was a command.

One way to check if a command is 'installed' to work anywhere is with the 'which' command. e.g.
Code:
which ls
returns
Code:
/bin/ls
So when you run 'ls' anywhere the system knows that you actually want to run a command binary located at '/bin/ls' not some random file called 'ls' in your current directory.
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August 26, 2017, 09:16:38 AM
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Hi guys,
I have 2 main problems with my rig which are contain 12х gtx1060. It based on Asus prime z270-p. Bios is the latest version, 4g is enabled.
so, the 1st problem is working of 12 cards. I've try to explain. When I enter 12cards and turn on system, in nvidia driver settings I see only 11 screens
http://imgur.com/a/zGNba. Moreover, when I check each of ones, I see that only 11 cards can manage their seed of fun
http://imgur.com/a/jYU3x, but the 12th one can't do that http://imgur.com/a/3c7f3.
However, when start the miner, the miner is determine 12 card and start to mine, but one card is overheats, because the script can't manage fun speed of this card.
http://imgur.com/a/VIdDn
To add to this, I check all problems with hardware: raisers, pci slots, cards - everything is good. When enter whatever card in what ever slot (if it 12th one) - I get the same mistake. When stay only 11card everything is working without any mistakes.

The second problem is linked with "screen" utility. Sometimes is occured such mistake
http://imgur.com/a/Q23xf
moreover mining procces is not stopped (watchdog said that everything is ok), cards is really work, however hashrate on pool is 0.
http://imgur.com/a/qxMIn
http://imgur.com/a/Vx9si

Can someone help to solve problems?
Do you set individual power limit and temp limit in 1bash ?
Code:
# Note you MUST set individual powerlimits if using Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL
Also
rename your 1bash to 1bash-1, download a fresh copy of 1bash and restart the system, may be a mistake in 1bash caused it.
see if it works or not

for 2nd problem
check running screens with
Code:
screen -list
check if miner is ruuning with :
Code:
ps ax | grep miner
if miner running and attached , run
Code:
screen -dr miner

How 1bash file connected with number of detected cards? may be here is problem in bios, nvidia drivers or something like this? I repeat, that 12th card detected with some mistake (impossible to control funs) and problem is not in cards/raisers or motherboard physically.
Aslo I set individual powerlim
http://imgur.com/a/fUb8c
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