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October 20, 2017, 07:05:13 PM
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Hi, is there a way to set a resolution in headless mode? The resolution always defaults to 640x480 after start up without a monitor plugged in, but i can change it manually with the command xrandr --fb 1920x1080 . I'm really new with linux and any help would be great. I'm using Teamviewer



It happens because there's nothing physically plugged into the primary graphics card. You'll need a "GPU dummy plug" to physically put into the primary graphics card - this gives it a mode to default to other than 640x480. Easily available online.
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General NVIDIA-SMI question, as I try to fine-tune this rig...

If I do
Code:
nvidia-smi
I get output with for seven GPUs in a chart, numbered 0 through 6. All are GTX 1070, like this:

Code:
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| NVIDIA-SMI 384.90                 Driver Version: 384.90                    |
|-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
| GPU  Name        Persistence-M| Bus-Id        Disp.A | Volatile Uncorr. ECC |
| Fan  Temp  Perf  Pwr:Usage/Cap|         Memory-Usage | GPU-Util  Compute M. |
|===============================+======================+======================|
|   0  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:01:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 40%   65C    P2   122W / 120W |   2393MiB /  8113MiB |     96%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   1  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:02:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 40%   59C    P2   120W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |     98%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   2  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:03:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 40%   53C    P2   119W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   3  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:04:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 45%   66C    P2   120W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |    100%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   4  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:06:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 72%   63C    P2   118W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |    100%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   5  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:07:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 40%   60C    P2   119W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |     98%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   6  GeForce GTX 1070    Off  | 00000000:08:00.0 Off |                  N/A |
| 40%   65C    P2   120W / 120W |   2354MiB /  8114MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+

If I do
Code:
nvidia-smi -q -d clock
I get a long string of output with the clock info for each GPU in this format, with seven GPUs, numbered 1,2,3,4,6,7,8.

Code:
==============NVSMI LOG==============

Timestamp                           : Fri Oct 20 15:15:44 2017
Driver Version                      : 384.90

Attached GPUs                       : 7
GPU 00000000:01:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1847 MHz
        SM                          : 1847 MHz
        Memory                      : 4201 MHz
        Video                       : 1657 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1987 MHz
        SM                          : 1987 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 6.93 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1911 MHz
        Min                         : 1797 MHz
        Avg                         : 1842 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 6.93 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4202 MHz
        Min                         : 4201 MHz
        Avg                         : 4201 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A

GPU 00000000:02:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1961 MHz
        SM                          : 1961 MHz
        Memory                      : 4303 MHz
        Video                       : 1759 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 2012 MHz
        SM                          : 2012 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.52 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1999 MHz
        Min                         : 1923 MHz
        Avg                         : 1964 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.52 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4303 MHz
        Min                         : 4302 MHz
        Avg                         : 4302 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A


GPU 00000000:03:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1987 MHz
        SM                          : 1987 MHz
        Memory                      : 4303 MHz
        Video                       : 1784 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 2012 MHz
        SM                          : 2012 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 11.38 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 2012 MHz
        Min                         : 1974 MHz
        Avg                         : 1996 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 11.38 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4303 MHz
        Min                         : 4302 MHz
        Avg                         : 4302 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A

GPU 00000000:04:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1809 MHz
        SM                          : 1809 MHz
        Memory                      : 4303 MHz
        Video                       : 1620 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 2012 MHz
        SM                          : 2012 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 8.55 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1822 MHz
        Min                         : 1759 MHz
        Avg                         : 1809 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 8.55 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4303 MHz
        Min                         : 4302 MHz
        Avg                         : 4302 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A

GPU 00000000:06:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1797 MHz
        SM                          : 1797 MHz
        Memory                      : 4201 MHz
        Video                       : 1607 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 2012 MHz
        SM                          : 2012 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 9.33 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1860 MHz
        Min                         : 1784 MHz
        Avg                         : 1834 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 9.33 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4202 MHz
        Min                         : 4201 MHz
        Avg                         : 4201 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A

GPU 00000000:07:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1961 MHz
        SM                          : 1961 MHz
        Memory                      : 4252 MHz
        Video                       : 1759 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 2012 MHz
        SM                          : 2012 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 9.12 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1987 MHz
        Min                         : 1923 MHz
        Avg                         : 1962 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 9.12 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4252 MHz
        Min                         : 4252 MHz
        Avg                         : 4252 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A

GPU 00000000:08:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1784 MHz
        SM                          : 1784 MHz
        Memory                      : 4303 MHz
        Video                       : 1594 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1987 MHz
        SM                          : 1987 MHz
        Memory                      : 4004 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.12 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 1809 MHz
        Min                         : 1708 MHz
        Avg                         : 1779 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.12 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 4303 MHz
        Min                         : 4302 MHz
        Avg                         : 4302 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A




Here's the problem:

The first chart shows me seven GPUs, numbered 0-6, which seem to correspond to GPU numbers in 1bash and in the Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL.

I can't see a way to match the GPU numbers in the clock output to the GPU numbering used in the first chart (and in 1bash). Are they simply in ascending numerical order?

If numerical, then:

0=1
1=2
2=3
3=4
4=6
5=7
6=8

Is that correct, in my instance?
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October 20, 2017, 07:58:59 PM
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OK, I figured it out, and it may be useful for others...

I sorted it by comparing the output of
nvidia-smi

to the output of
nvidia-smi -q

instead of
nvidia-smi -q -d clock

The second command shows all the detail on the GPUs, while the third one only showed clock info.

With all detail, I was able to match up current fan speeds and temps to confirm that this is correct for my case:

Code:
GPU 0 = GPU 00000000:01:00.0
GPU 1 = GPU 00000000:02:00.0
GPU 2 = GPU 00000000:03:00.0
GPU 3 = GPU 00000000:04:00.0
GPU 4 = GPU 00000000:06:00.0
GPU 5 = GPU 00000000:07:00.0
GPU 6 = GPU 00000000:08:00.0

I've also learned that my mixed 1070's have different power requirements, so I'm going to tweak that in 1bash and see if that can help me optimize further:

Code:
GPU 00000000:01:00.0
Min Power Limit : 75.00 W
Max Power Limit : 170.00 W
GPU 00000000:02:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 208.00 W
GPU 00000000:03:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 226.00 W
GPU 00000000:04:00.0
Min Power Limit : 110.00 W
Max Power Limit : 264.00 W
GPU 00000000:06:00.0
Min Power Limit : 110.00 W
Max Power Limit : 264.00 W
GPU 00000000:07:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 208.00 W
GPU 00000000:08:00.0
Min Power Limit : 75.00 W
Max Power Limit : 170.00 W
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October 20, 2017, 08:48:46 PM
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fullzero, you mentioned active cooling for 1080tis with 133 CFM 120mm fans.
I’m interested in this solution, but I’m not sure if I will be able to put it together. Can you please share some details.

Do you remove original fans and cover so that only the cooler fins remain?
How do you mount fans?
How do you power the fans?
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October 20, 2017, 09:28:29 PM
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Has anyone tested running the MSI Z170A GAMING M5 with 8 GPUs, with an m2 adapter for the 8th GPU?

I'm using Asus Z270 P with 2 GPU's on M2 slot using adapter. I know its a different mobo, are you getting any sorts of problems??



I haven't tried it yet. Was just asking to see if anyone has already done it before I add another GPU.
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October 21, 2017, 05:44:27 AM
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Im trying dual mining. ETH+DCR
no problem with ETH. But failed in DCR.
Managed to connect to DCR pool. But Authorization failed, all shares rejected.
I guess I didnot use right command to set DCR worker password. DCR mining requires worker password.

Currently I put: DCR_PASSWORD="xxx"
Does this work?

Please help to create command . Thank you so much.
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October 21, 2017, 08:59:42 AM
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OK, I figured it out, and it may be useful for others...

I sorted it by comparing the output of
nvidia-smi

to the output of
nvidia-smi -q

instead of
nvidia-smi -q -d clock

The second command shows all the detail on the GPUs, while the third one only showed clock info.

With all detail, I was able to match up current fan speeds and temps to confirm that this is correct for my case:

Code:
GPU 0 = GPU 00000000:01:00.0
GPU 1 = GPU 00000000:02:00.0
GPU 2 = GPU 00000000:03:00.0
GPU 3 = GPU 00000000:04:00.0
GPU 4 = GPU 00000000:06:00.0
GPU 5 = GPU 00000000:07:00.0
GPU 6 = GPU 00000000:08:00.0

I've also learned that my mixed 1070's have different power requirements, so I'm going to tweak that in 1bash and see if that can help me optimize further:

Code:
GPU 00000000:01:00.0
Min Power Limit : 75.00 W
Max Power Limit : 170.00 W
GPU 00000000:02:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 208.00 W
GPU 00000000:03:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 226.00 W
GPU 00000000:04:00.0
Min Power Limit : 110.00 W
Max Power Limit : 264.00 W
GPU 00000000:06:00.0
Min Power Limit : 110.00 W
Max Power Limit : 264.00 W
GPU 00000000:07:00.0
Min Power Limit : 92.50 W
Max Power Limit : 208.00 W
GPU 00000000:08:00.0
Min Power Limit : 75.00 W
Max Power Limit : 170.00 W


This is quite useful handy stuff to have, hope these will help me to improve my RIG's efficiency based on individual power limits. Thanks for that.

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October 21, 2017, 09:08:58 AM
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Im trying dual mining. ETH+DCR
no problem with ETH. But failed in DCR.
Managed to connect to DCR pool. But Authorization failed, all shares rejected.
I guess I didnot use right command to set DCR worker password. DCR mining requires worker password.

Currently I put: DCR_PASSWORD="xxx"
Does this work?

Please help to create command . Thank you so much.


Why do you want to put dcr password for dual mining??

Can you please share the output of the command?

After starting the mining process, type this command in guake terminal (new tab)

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ps aux | grep miner

You should get something like this

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m1@m1-desktop:~$ ps aux | grep miner
m1        4963  0.0  0.0  14224   964 pts/16   S+   10:06   0:00 grep --color=auto miner
m1       19889  0.0  0.0  27352  2956 ?        Ss   Oct19   0:01 SCREEN -dmS miner /home/m1/KTccminer-cryptonight/ccminer -o stratum+tcp://pool.b2bcoin.ml:5555 -u address -p x
m1       19890  0.0  0.0  27056  2848 pts/17   S+   Oct19   0:00 screen -r miner
m1       19891  0.7  9.8 124502204 790228 pts/21 Ssl+ Oct19  19:01 /home/m1/KTccminer-cryptonight/ccminer -o stratum+tcp://pool.b2bcoin.ml:5555 -u Address -p x


Please paste the output of it here so that I can help you with further.




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October 21, 2017, 09:11:04 AM
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Has anyone tested running the MSI Z170A GAMING M5 with 8 GPUs, with an m2 adapter for the 8th GPU?

I'm using Asus Z270 P with 2 GPU's on M2 slot using adapter. I know its a different mobo, are you getting any sorts of problems??



I haven't tried it yet. Was just asking to see if anyone has already done it before I add another GPU.


I think you should just give a try and see if it works, given its not that hard to fit that adapter. Leaving the adapter on mobo doesn't cause any harm even if your are not using it.

So, go ahead and give it a go.

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October 21, 2017, 10:33:35 AM
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Hi all,

looking for a motherboard to build 6GPU rig on nvOC, what's the best choice of Mobo+CPU based on price/quality/performance/nvOC19 compatability/etc, what would be your choice. Source is Amazon.com

Thanks for your opinion

you can PM me

I think the best bet is the Gigabyte GA-H110-D3A, its a bit more expensive than the ASRock H81 Pro BTC but uses more modern CPU and RAM, so if you want to expand later you can swap the motherboard for a ASROCK H110 PRO BTC and use the same CPU and RAM and have 13 GPU's.
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October 21, 2017, 10:36:34 AM
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Hi guys!

is it possible to split a Rig with 13 cards to mine 2 algos? Maybe 7 cards Ethash and 6 cards Equihash?

thanks
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October 21, 2017, 10:40:38 AM
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Does it have support for the Xevan protocol? Been mining on windows with afterburner, but looking for a switch to learn something new (very small hobby mining)
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October 21, 2017, 12:27:27 PM
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I set to mine ZEC with ZM in 1bash.
I turned of watchdog and TempControl.

I just want to make it autostart mining on boot.
And want to watch on screen of miner via putty.
I hope all file are there.
I`ll reload img again, flash it from zero. And set it up again. Will see.

Thanks.
Thanks.

Ok, so presumably it works with EWBF? I found that if I start with the 19.1.3 image (as opposed to upgrading to that version via 4update), there is a problem with the ZM miner binary. 3main uses:

         HCD='/home/m1/zec/zm/5_1/zm_miner'

I did not have that version with the 19.1.3 image that I downloaded. Make sure that you have the miner in that location.

You were right the issue were in path ... It was trying to launch miner from the folder that was absent.
Thanks.

Another one issue. I can`t open telemetry on ZM. I`m setting it to 0.0.0.0:42002. The miner says telemetry was set. But I can`t open it with browser. It shows nothing.

Thank you in advance.
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October 21, 2017, 01:22:36 PM
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Hi Guys

First of all. Thanks for the good work. I like nvOC a lot.
Second Thanks Papampi for the wtm switch. It is brilliant. But maybe I'm to stupid to use it. How can i add the nicehash algos to the switcher? If i add nice_equihash to the list it just ignores it.

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October 21, 2017, 02:30:30 PM
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I have seen a 5 inch touch screen on Amazon intended for the Raspberry Pi. It takes an HDMI input and the touch output is via USB. It apparently works with Ubuntu on the Pi. Wonder if the touch screen support is in the nvOC version of Ubuntu? It would look really cute sitting on top of my rig.
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October 21, 2017, 03:22:17 PM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/8j89ha0a6m7nee6/file%20%281%29.jpg?dl=0
Sorry, dont know how to insert picture. please see it in my shared link.
seems the password command is not right. appreciate your help! Thanks.

Im trying dual mining. ETH+DCR
no problem with ETH. But failed in DCR.
Managed to connect to DCR pool. But Authorization failed, all shares rejected.
I guess I didnot use right command to set DCR worker password. DCR mining requires worker password.

Currently I put: DCR_PASSWORD="xxx"
Does this work?

Please help to create command . Thank you so much.


Why do you want to put dcr password for dual mining??

Can you please share the output of the command?

After starting the mining process, type this command in guake terminal (new tab)

Quote
ps aux | grep miner

You should get something like this

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ ps aux | grep miner
m1        4963  0.0  0.0  14224   964 pts/16   S+   10:06   0:00 grep --color=auto miner
m1       19889  0.0  0.0  27352  2956 ?        Ss   Oct19   0:01 SCREEN -dmS miner /home/m1/KTccminer-cryptonight/ccminer -o stratum+tcp://pool.b2bcoin.ml:5555 -u address -p x
m1       19890  0.0  0.0  27056  2848 pts/17   S+   Oct19   0:00 screen -r miner
m1       19891  0.7  9.8 124502204 790228 pts/21 Ssl+ Oct19  19:01 /home/m1/KTccminer-cryptonight/ccminer -o stratum+tcp://pool.b2bcoin.ml:5555 -u Address -p x


Please paste the output of it here so that I can help you with further.




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October 21, 2017, 03:26:05 PM
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Hi Guys

First of all. Thanks for the good work. I like nvOC a lot.
Second Thanks Papampi for the wtm switch. It is brilliant. But maybe I'm to stupid to use it. How can i add the nicehash algos to the switcher? If i add nice_equihash to the list it just ignores it.

Thanks

Matze

yes, because there are different switches already implemented in NVOC. Switches that allow you to choose which pools you mine. The WTM switch is a little different because unlike the nicehash-switch and minningpoolhub_switch, it allows you to mine in all directions according to what you have selected in the list of coins implemented in the 1bash.

So if you want to mine towards nicehash, you will have to use Scott Alfter's switch (nicehash switch ou mph_switch). Same thing for the MPH_Switch which will undermine it to minningpoolhub (and which only supports the pools managed by MinningPoolHub, so not necessarily all those of the site Whattomine or implemented in the 1bash)
You must make a choice.

But anyway, it is common that nicehash is not long in front and that the returned BTC is not so far from that of the coins below or above.

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October 21, 2017, 03:36:17 PM
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I have seen a 5 inch touch screen on Amazon intended for the Raspberry Pi. It takes an HDMI input and the touch output is via USB. It apparently works with Ubuntu on the Pi. Wonder if the touch screen support is in the nvOC version of Ubuntu? It would look really cute sitting on top of my rig.


Buy it and give us you opinion about its functionnality and utility. If you think it does not functionnal ou not usable, return it to amazon or mercantwhere you buy it.

But, i can-t see his utilization or advantage for a rig.

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October 21, 2017, 03:39:46 PM
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Does it have support for the Xevan protocol? Been mining on windows with afterburner, but looking for a switch to learn something new (very small hobby mining)

It seems to me that someone post about this algo a few days and few pages before on this thread. For BTX if i remember correctly.

I think if you Seach in this thread (with BTTalk engine and the word "xervan"), you will find your responses.

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October 21, 2017, 04:12:40 PM
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Can I somehow modify ssh port?
Because I have 2 rigs with the same external IP and I connect to it, and the portforward via router to the PC.
For the easy portforward setup it could be better to modify ssh port from 22 to for example 23 for second PC.

Thanks.
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