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October 10, 2017, 01:22:57 PM
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Im trying to compile latest tpruvot ccminer in nvOC v0019 and I get these error message about BIGNUM on the last step:

In file included from bignum.cpp:8:0:
bignum.hpp:63:24: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘BIGNUM {aka struct bignum_st}’
 class CBigNum : public BIGNUM


Any tips or suggestions ?

TYIA

so no one ever had those BIGNUM error messages while compiling any of the ccminer on nvOC ? The 3 ccminer fork I tried are giving me this error message. Apparently it is something related to openssl.



Correct this is OpenSSL, currently on nvOC V0019 we have a dev version 1.1.0 just install 1.0.2f into /usr/local/

Then you will be able to compile the ccminer-xevan and above

thanks a lot for this information. So I have to downgrade or I can run both of them ? And how can (the nvOC dev) managed to install it ??

Thanks again.
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October 10, 2017, 03:24:16 PM
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How do you set username and passwords in nvOC for pools that require them?  Thanks
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October 10, 2017, 03:25:28 PM
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I set auto update to yes in 1bash and rebooted.  It started mining, then killed the miner and started the update process (which includes a newer nVidia driver).  Anyway, when it was done, it rebooted to this:



I type it the miner1 password, and it just keep looping back to the same prompt.  Rebooted and got the same thing.

I SCP'ed over my 0019-1.1 1bash and 3main files and rebooted again.  Got to the same screen as above.  So I guess my only option now is to go back to the 0019 image and start fresh?

The last time I have the same problem when I update a fresh v0019 installation. It looks like this has something to do with the newest NVIDIA drivers.

After a new fresh USB stick or SSD this happens over and over again. There is no way to login.

The only option now is not to update the NVIDIA drivers. How can I fix this?
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October 10, 2017, 03:45:08 PM
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How do you set username and passwords in nvOC for pools that require them?  Thanks

like suprnova ?

In 1bash,

worker is the name of your... worker

address is the name of your account

pool is the address of the server and add ":" followed by the port number if there is no port section below, like zcoin. It should look like this: stratum+tcp://xzc.suprnova.cc:1569  
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October 10, 2017, 03:58:20 PM
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I just uploaded v0019-1.3 as both an update and a new image.

I recommend trying papampi's WTM switch.   Smiley

Please Note: YOU MUST SET ADDRESSES in 1bash FOR YOUR COIN SELECTION or if using the WTM switch; each COIN SELECTION or you will have errors.  

The file to be downloaded is 30+mb only instead of 15+GB.... is there any other link for the full size of NVOC?

Secondly, anybody tested when adding a PCI extender (3-in-1)?
Getting lot's of issue after installing but also got issuer after removing the PCI extender
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October 10, 2017, 04:33:55 PM
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I set auto update to yes in 1bash and rebooted.  It started mining, then killed the miner and started the update process (which includes a newer nVidia driver).  Anyway, when it was done, it rebooted to this:



I type it the miner1 password, and it just keep looping back to the same prompt.  Rebooted and got the same thing.

I SCP'ed over my 0019-1.1 1bash and 3main files and rebooted again.  Got to the same screen as above.  So I guess my only option now is to go back to the 0019 image and start fresh?

The last time I have the same problem when I update a fresh v0019 installation. It looks like this has something to do with the newest NVIDIA drivers.

After a new fresh USB stick or SSD this happens over and over again. There is no way to login.

The only option now is not to update the NVIDIA drivers. How can I fix this?

Are you connected via integrated GPU?
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October 10, 2017, 04:40:03 PM
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Are you connected via integrated GPU?

No disabling the onboard video is the first thing I do with a new motherboard.
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October 10, 2017, 05:11:51 PM
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Thanks for the update guys!

Quick question, I don't see a bookmarked page (besides forum discussion) on firefox to monitor stats; where can I find this?
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October 10, 2017, 05:16:09 PM
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Im trying to compile latest tpruvot ccminer in nvOC v0019 and I get these error message about BIGNUM on the last step:

In file included from bignum.cpp:8:0:
bignum.hpp:63:24: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘BIGNUM {aka struct bignum_st}’
 class CBigNum : public BIGNUM


Any tips or suggestions ?

TYIA

so no one ever had those BIGNUM error messages while compiling any of the ccminer on nvOC ? The 3 ccminer fork I tried are giving me this error message. Apparently it is something related to openssl.



Correct this is OpenSSL, currently on nvOC V0019 we have a dev version 1.1.0 just install 1.0.2f into /usr/local/

Then you will be able to compile the ccminer-xevan and above

thanks a lot for this information. So I have to downgrade or I can run both of them ? And how can (the nvOC dev) managed to install it ??

Thanks again.

I am doing the full exercise for ccminer-xevan from krnlx. I will do a write up when done on stability and if this actually works and how it impacts the rest of the system.

Hope to give you feedback tomorrow
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October 10, 2017, 05:21:51 PM
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Im trying to compile latest tpruvot ccminer in nvOC v0019 and I get these error message about BIGNUM on the last step:

In file included from bignum.cpp:8:0:
bignum.hpp:63:24: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘BIGNUM {aka struct bignum_st}’
 class CBigNum : public BIGNUM


Any tips or suggestions ?

TYIA

so no one ever had those BIGNUM error messages while compiling any of the ccminer on nvOC ? The 3 ccminer fork I tried are giving me this error message. Apparently it is something related to openssl.



Correct this is OpenSSL, currently on nvOC V0019 we have a dev version 1.1.0 just install 1.0.2f into /usr/local/

Then you will be able to compile the ccminer-xevan and above

thanks a lot for this information. So I have to downgrade or I can run both of them ? And how can (the nvOC dev) managed to install it ??

Thanks again.

I am doing the full exercise for ccminer-xevan from krnlx. I will do a write up when done on stability and if this actually works and how it impacts the rest of the system.

Hope to give you feedback tomorrow

so your are going with a downgrade ?
I already downloaded 1.0.2f , files are on the usb drive, Im just waiting for someone to tell me if I could just install it, plain and simple.
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October 10, 2017, 05:43:07 PM
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Hi Fullzero,

I've a small improvment of MPH script. I live in EU, so for me are better pools in Europe. MPH salfter script don't check location by default, by API gets list of possible host. I measure ping with default host names from MPH API and there were little big latency against to Europe host. So, I modify switching script.

There is guideline:

1) modify 1bash script and add (in MPH settings - for example before PROFIT_CHECK_TIMEOUT):

2) modify 3main script and adjust structure for generation configuration file for MPH (mph_conf.json, find this: /home/m1/mph_conf.json):

3) modify mph_switch script:
3a) after line with min_profit=cfg["min_profit"] add:
That's all. Now MPH check region settings.

All these changes seem to be focusing on my miner right now.
Thanks to you.
Very good job as this regionnal choice. I had seen that the site proposed these three geographical areas, notably by copying the URL in the script, but I would not have been able to make myself modifications!
If my miner is more efficient and plants less thanks to your modifications, I will send you sure coins (I have a small miner then it will probably not coins of great value ... but it seems that it is The gesture which counts)

I will still continue on MPH while waiting for a full version nvOC 20. I want to see what it gives me over a month.

I read on another btalk post that compared Zpool, Nicehash and Miningpoolhub that MPH was better paying than Nicehash, and Zpool pays more than MPH who pays more than nicehash. I must point out that the guy was mining dash with three identical miners: baikals (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2067256.0)

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October 10, 2017, 05:53:07 PM
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How do you set username and passwords in nvOC for pools that require them?  Thanks

like suprnova ?

In 1bash,

worker is the name of your... worker

address is the name of your account

pool is the address of the server and add ":" followed by the port number if there is no port section below, like zcoin. It should look like this: stratum+tcp://xzc.suprnova.cc:1569  

I think they may be confused as to where to put the password as there is no field for it in the 1bash file

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October 10, 2017, 06:03:53 PM
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Hi there,

if anyone is mining erher on dwarfpool on nvOC, please tell me what is your pool settings in 1bash? i can not get it going

thanks

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October 10, 2017, 06:18:53 PM
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Made EthControl Linux in golang, can be runned with nvOC also. I currently run one rig with it, runs smoothly. Also has availability to download/config and apply OC settings based on algo/config.
It's not integrated to nvOC, but 1 rig is free to use for everybody. Also very easy to install.

Code:
wget https://github.com/JamesSmith2/EthControlLinux/releases/download/1.1/EthControl.gz && gunzip EthControl.gz && chmod +x EthControl

After that just run ./EthControl --help

https://github.com/JamesSmith2/EthControlLinux/releases



When I do this, I get this error:

PI Response error: Linux version of EthMiner 12.0 Dev2 Nvidia not supported yet.


Edit: Nvm, I figured it out! Had to set it to the EthMiner 12.0 Linux and not Dev2 on the ethmonitoring website. I'm not too familiar with linux, is there a way that I can run EthControl with the appropriate accesstoken and rigname on startup using a script?
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October 10, 2017, 06:21:25 PM
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Thanks for the update guys!

Quick question, I don't see a bookmarked page (besides forum discussion) on firefox to monitor stats; where can I find this?

Seems like it was missed

http://RIG_IP/index.html
http://RIG_IP/cgi-bin/minerinfo

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October 10, 2017, 06:29:19 PM
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Thanks for the update guys!

Quick question, I don't see a bookmarked page (besides forum discussion) on firefox to monitor stats; where can I find this?

Seems like it was missed

http://RIG_IP/index.html
http://RIG_IP/cgi-bin/minerinfo



Page loads but this is what is being reported: https://i.imgur.com/Y3FFTOs.png

However, on the terminal of the actual rig, it's hashing fine and GPUs are at their set power limit according to nvidia-smi
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October 10, 2017, 06:46:29 PM
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Thanks for the update guys!

Quick question, I don't see a bookmarked page (besides forum discussion) on firefox to monitor stats; where can I find this?

Seems like it was missed

http://RIG_IP/index.html
http://RIG_IP/cgi-bin/minerinfo



Page loads but this is what is being reported: https://i.imgur.com/Y3FFTOs.png

However, on the terminal of the actual rig, it's hashing fine and GPUs are at their set power limit according to nvidia-smi

Only show alerts ? no other info ?
click clearalerts at the buttom of the page to clear them. http://RIG_IP/cgi-bin/clearalerts

Should be like this :

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October 10, 2017, 07:04:50 PM
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How do you set username and passwords in nvOC for pools that require them?  Thanks

like suprnova ?

In 1bash,

worker is the name of your... worker

address is the name of your account

pool is the address of the server and add ":" followed by the port number if there is no port section below, like zcoin. It should look like this: stratum+tcp://xzc.suprnova.cc:1569  

I think they may be confused as to where to put the password as there is no field for it in the 1bash file

I dont use suprnova but I use MPH and we dont need a password, that would explain why I never encounter this problem.

nvOC needs both a FAQ and Documentations, I would do it if I could but sadly I dont have the knowledge for this.
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October 10, 2017, 07:47:41 PM
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Has any one mined UBQ with this?
Using one of my rigs that's been mining ZEC and ETH nonstop for the past month I attempted to mine it today and have been unable to connect to any server.


https://imgur.com/a/2NnlL

I was initially using V0019-1 but updated to the most recent version and the same problem persists.

So far I've tried all Is and EU servers listed with the same result.

My rig is back to mining ETH while posting this.
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October 10, 2017, 07:58:50 PM
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Has any one mined UBQ with this?
Using one of my rigs that's been mining ZEC and ETH nonstop for the past month I attempted to mine it today and have been unable to connect to any server.


https://imgur.com/a/2NnlL

I was initially using V0019-1 but updated to the most recent version and the same problem persists.

So far I've tried all Is and EU servers listed with the same result.

My rig is back to mining ETH while posting this.

So the syntax in the code doesn't fit what the ubiqpool.io wants. So just go to your 3main file and edit the ETHMINER portion for UBQ coin with this:

Code:
screen -dmS miner $HCD -F [b]http://us.ubiqpool.io:8888[/b]/$UBQADDR --farm-recheck 200 -U
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