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June 11, 2017, 07:47:48 PM
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switched to ssh because I wanted to a quick way to edit the onebash file and test the rig on various clocks.

I am used to the nano editor so...

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# nano /media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash

do the changes

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# sudo reboot



after reboot, ssh into again

how do I get the mining console?

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# screen -x m1

doesn't get me anything

Have had the same problem, couldn't get it to work by default.
The 2unix is made autostart, and can't be reached with screen or tmux because of it probably.

Have had to change things to oneBash, but because of that an auto restart of oneBash is not possible anymore. At least I wasn't able to get it done..

So if I got the situation right; currently you have:

SSHed into rig

opened oneBash on that rig with nano:

Code:
nano '/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash'

made changes / edits; then ctrl + shift + X to quit selecting Y to save changes

the next part is this:

Find the currently running GPU mining process. 

We will do this by finding the gnome-terminal process.

Code:
ps aux | grep gnome-terminal

this should list 2 processes: we are interested in the first one which ends in /gnome-terminal-server

note its pid ( should be a 4 digit number at the beginning of the process listing; but may be more than 4 digits )

type:

Code:
kill pid

where pid is the 4 or higher digit number; so if the pid was 2037  I would use:

Code:
kill 2037

now we have stopped the GPU mining process

as we have already changed oneBash we will now restart the GPU mining process

to do this we enter:

Code:
gnome-terminal

and now we have remote modified the nvOC rig  Wink


got it and success!

so how do I see the EWBF in action?

Can I see the mining screen from ssh?

tell me if this works:

If you want to use screen

after killing the gnome-terminal process; start it with this cmd:

Code:
screen -m -t window_name_here gnome-terminal


keyed in:

screen -m -t 2044 gnome-terminal

2044 being the PID (I dont think this is correct)

where do find the window name?

anyways.... error msg "[screen is terminating]"

how about splitting it up:

Code:
screen -S rig1
or whatever you want to call this session in place of rig1

then:

Code:
gnome-terminal

tell me if that works

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June 11, 2017, 08:48:06 PM
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I just tried switching to ETC and ETH today and it says connected to the pool, but everything is being rejected.  Any suggestions on why that might be happening?  The pools are ethermine.org and etc.ethermine.org.  

UPDATE: The answer to this problem the pool convention for the $ETHADDRESS in oneBash passes <address>/<workername>

The convention needed for ethermine.org and etc.ethermine.org is:
<address>.<workername>

I updated my oneBash and restarted and now it is back to mining...  Just a heads up for anyone else who attempts to use these pools.
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June 11, 2017, 08:55:53 PM
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I just tried switching to ETC and ETH today and it says connected to the pool, but everything is being rejected.  Any suggestions on why that might be happening?  The pools are ethermine.org and etc.ethermine.org. 

Did you set:

ETHERMINEdotORG="YES"

?

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June 11, 2017, 09:03:59 PM
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I just tried switching to ETC and ETH today and it says connected to the pool, but everything is being rejected.  Any suggestions on why that might be happening?  The pools are ethermine.org and etc.ethermine.org. 

Did you set:

ETHERMINEdotORG="YES"

?


Ummmm, nope! LOL  Didn't see that...
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June 11, 2017, 09:07:34 PM
 #545

switched to ssh because I wanted to a quick way to edit the onebash file and test the rig on various clocks.

I am used to the nano editor so...

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# nano /media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash

do the changes

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# sudo reboot



after reboot, ssh into again

how do I get the mining console?

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# screen -x m1

doesn't get me anything

Have had the same problem, couldn't get it to work by default.
The 2unix is made autostart, and can't be reached with screen or tmux because of it probably.

Have had to change things to oneBash, but because of that an auto restart of oneBash is not possible anymore. At least I wasn't able to get it done..

So if I got the situation right; currently you have:

SSHed into rig

opened oneBash on that rig with nano:

Code:
nano '/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash'

made changes / edits; then ctrl + shift + X to quit selecting Y to save changes

the next part is this:

Find the currently running GPU mining process. 

We will do this by finding the gnome-terminal process.

Code:
ps aux | grep gnome-terminal

this should list 2 processes: we are interested in the first one which ends in /gnome-terminal-server

note its pid ( should be a 4 digit number at the beginning of the process listing; but may be more than 4 digits )

type:

Code:
kill pid

where pid is the 4 or higher digit number; so if the pid was 2037  I would use:

Code:
kill 2037

now we have stopped the GPU mining process

as we have already changed oneBash we will now restart the GPU mining process

to do this we enter:

Code:
gnome-terminal

and now we have remote modified the nvOC rig  Wink


got it and success!

so how do I see the EWBF in action?

Can I see the mining screen from ssh?

tell me if this works:

If you want to use screen

after killing the gnome-terminal process; start it with this cmd:

Code:
screen -m -t window_name_here gnome-terminal


keyed in:

screen -m -t 2044 gnome-terminal

2044 being the PID (I dont think this is correct)

where do find the window name?

anyways.... error msg "[screen is terminating]"

how about splitting it up:

Code:
screen -S rig1
or whatever you want to call this session in place of rig1

then:

Code:
gnome-terminal

tell me if that works

nothing happens.... it goes back to prompt :-(

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June 11, 2017, 09:16:50 PM
 #546

switched to ssh because I wanted to a quick way to edit the onebash file and test the rig on various clocks.

I am used to the nano editor so...

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# nano /media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash

do the changes

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# sudo reboot



after reboot, ssh into again

how do I get the mining console?

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# screen -x m1

doesn't get me anything

Have had the same problem, couldn't get it to work by default.
The 2unix is made autostart, and can't be reached with screen or tmux because of it probably.

Have had to change things to oneBash, but because of that an auto restart of oneBash is not possible anymore. At least I wasn't able to get it done..

So if I got the situation right; currently you have:

SSHed into rig

opened oneBash on that rig with nano:

Code:
nano '/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash'

made changes / edits; then ctrl + shift + X to quit selecting Y to save changes

the next part is this:

Find the currently running GPU mining process. 

We will do this by finding the gnome-terminal process.

Code:
ps aux | grep gnome-terminal

this should list 2 processes: we are interested in the first one which ends in /gnome-terminal-server

note its pid ( should be a 4 digit number at the beginning of the process listing; but may be more than 4 digits )

type:

Code:
kill pid

where pid is the 4 or higher digit number; so if the pid was 2037  I would use:

Code:
kill 2037

now we have stopped the GPU mining process

as we have already changed oneBash we will now restart the GPU mining process

to do this we enter:

Code:
gnome-terminal

and now we have remote modified the nvOC rig  Wink


got it and success!

so how do I see the EWBF in action?

Can I see the mining screen from ssh?

tell me if this works:

If you want to use screen

after killing the gnome-terminal process; start it with this cmd:

Code:
screen -m -t window_name_here gnome-terminal


keyed in:

screen -m -t 2044 gnome-terminal

2044 being the PID (I dont think this is correct)

where do find the window name?

anyways.... error msg "[screen is terminating]"

how about splitting it up:

Code:
screen -S rig1
or whatever you want to call this session in place of rig1

then:

Code:
gnome-terminal

tell me if that works

nothing happens.... it goes back to prompt :-(

I haven't tested this yet, I will do so now and get back to you.

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June 11, 2017, 10:26:33 PM
 #547

switched to ssh because I wanted to a quick way to edit the onebash file and test the rig on various clocks.

I am used to the nano editor so...

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# nano /media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash

do the changes

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# sudo reboot



after reboot, ssh into again

how do I get the mining console?

root@m1-desktop:/home/m1# screen -x m1

doesn't get me anything

Have had the same problem, couldn't get it to work by default.
The 2unix is made autostart, and can't be reached with screen or tmux because of it probably.

Have had to change things to oneBash, but because of that an auto restart of oneBash is not possible anymore. At least I wasn't able to get it done..

So if I got the situation right; currently you have:

SSHed into rig

opened oneBash on that rig with nano:

Code:
nano '/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash'

made changes / edits; then ctrl + shift + X to quit selecting Y to save changes

the next part is this:

Find the currently running GPU mining process. 

We will do this by finding the gnome-terminal process.

Code:
ps aux | grep gnome-terminal

this should list 2 processes: we are interested in the first one which ends in /gnome-terminal-server

note its pid ( should be a 4 digit number at the beginning of the process listing; but may be more than 4 digits )

type:

Code:
kill pid

where pid is the 4 or higher digit number; so if the pid was 2037  I would use:

Code:
kill 2037

now we have stopped the GPU mining process

as we have already changed oneBash we will now restart the GPU mining process

to do this we enter:

Code:
gnome-terminal

and now we have remote modified the nvOC rig  Wink


got it and success!

so how do I see the EWBF in action?

Can I see the mining screen from ssh?

tell me if this works:

If you want to use screen

after killing the gnome-terminal process; start it with this cmd:

Code:
screen -m -t window_name_here gnome-terminal


keyed in:

screen -m -t 2044 gnome-terminal

2044 being the PID (I dont think this is correct)

where do find the window name?

anyways.... error msg "[screen is terminating]"

how about splitting it up:

Code:
screen -S rig1
or whatever you want to call this session in place of rig1

then:

Code:
gnome-terminal

tell me if that works

nothing happens.... it goes back to prompt :-(

I haven't tested this yet, I will do so now and get back to you.

Problem involved how gnome-terminal is treated remotely vs locally.

To work around this:

after killing the current mining process:

Code:
screen -S rig1

or whatever you want to call this session in place of rig1

then enter:

Code:
bash '/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash'

and you have remote viewing of the mining process.   Cool

BTW you can install the openssh client on another nvOC rig and remote into the others with it:











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June 11, 2017, 10:34:27 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.
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June 11, 2017, 10:40:49 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:




Do you?

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June 11, 2017, 10:53:35 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good.  

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fs13.postimg.org%2Fq08huqnyv%2FIMG_0270.jpg&t=577&c=yq0szP4ICxv47w


Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.

https://s21.postimg.org/s30fecwf7/IMG_7178.jpg
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June 11, 2017, 10:59:43 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:




Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.



press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

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June 11, 2017, 11:15:07 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fs13.postimg.org%2Fq08huqnyv%2FIMG_0270.jpg&t=577&c=yq0szP4ICxv47w


Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.

https://s21.postimg.org/pyg2d9usn/IMG_7178.jpg

press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(
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June 11, 2017, 11:27:45 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fs13.postimg.org%2Fq08huqnyv%2FIMG_0270.jpg&t=577&c=yq0szP4ICxv47w


Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.

https://s21.postimg.org/pyg2d9usn/IMG_7178.jpg

press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(

If it helps, running literally any `nvidia-settings` command just does this:

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings  -a [gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

ERROR: The control display is undefined; please run `nvidia-settings --help` for usage information.
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June 11, 2017, 11:30:59 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:




Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.



press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(

If it helps, running literally any `nvidia-settings` command just does this:

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings  -a [gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

ERROR: The control display is undefined; please run `nvidia-settings --help` for usage information.

if you enter:

Code:
lspci | grep VGA

what does it show?

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June 11, 2017, 11:37:50 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fs13.postimg.org%2Fq08huqnyv%2FIMG_0270.jpg&t=577&c=yq0szP4ICxv47w


Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.

https://s21.postimg.org/pyg2d9usn/IMG_7178.jpg

press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(

If it helps, running literally any `nvidia-settings` command just does this:

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings  -a [gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

ERROR: The control display is undefined; please run `nvidia-settings --help` for usage information.

if you enter:

Code:
lspci | grep VGA

what does it show?

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ lspci | grep VGA
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Device 1902 (rev 06)
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
04:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
05:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
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June 11, 2017, 11:41:05 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:




Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.



press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(

If it helps, running literally any `nvidia-settings` command just does this:

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings  -a [gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

ERROR: The control display is undefined; please run `nvidia-settings --help` for usage information.

if you enter:

Code:
lspci | grep VGA

what does it show?

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ lspci | grep VGA
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Device 1902 (rev 06)
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
04:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
05:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)

Have you connected the monitor to the motherboard?

If so:

powerdown; connect the monitor the the GPU connected to the first 16x pcie slot

and power on

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June 11, 2017, 11:52:19 PM
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Hi! First of all, that's so much for making this. It's been super easy to use and (as far as I know) is reporting the highest hashrate for me so far!

I have an ASUS Prime Z270-A with 4 EVGA 1070 SC2 cards. I've had trouble trying to OC them (have seen maybe you can't because they're factory OC'd?) and oneBash spits out errors trying to assign GPUTargetFanSpeed when it starts up. Maybe you know how to get around this?

Thanks so much!
Do you use a fast USB stick, as recommended? Setting power limit can cause some problems on slow ones. What is the trouble you're getting with OC? What are the values used?

I've only tried this with the stock values (with payment addresses changed). Also I'm using this stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013CCTM2E. I believe it's plenty fast.

That USB key should be good. 

Default nvOC is to OC the cc + 100 and the mc + 100 so if you scroll to the top of the gnome terminal (mining process) you should see messages like this:

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fs13.postimg.org%2Fq08huqnyv%2FIMG_0270.jpg&t=577&c=yq0szP4ICxv47w


Do you?


Unfortunately no. =-( Right now this is all I see.

https://s21.postimg.org/pyg2d9usn/IMG_7178.jpg

press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.

I see the same thing as before. =-(

If it helps, running literally any `nvidia-settings` command just does this:

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings  -a [gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

ERROR: The control display is undefined; please run `nvidia-settings --help` for usage information.

if you enter:

Code:
lspci | grep VGA

what does it show?

Code:
m1@m1-desktop:~$ lspci | grep VGA
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Device 1902 (rev 06)
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
04:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)
05:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1b81 (rev a1)

Have you connected the monitor to the motherboard?

If so:

powerdown; connect the monitor the the GPU connected to the first 16x pcie slot

and power on

Comes back with the same errors.
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June 11, 2017, 11:55:16 PM
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How's the monitoring software coming? And the amd build?

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June 11, 2017, 11:57:03 PM
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Have any of you guys see your rigs hash and then all of them go to 0 Hash ?  Even reboots, it will do that.  Zotac mini 1070s
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Have you connected the monitor to the motherboard?

If so:

powerdown; connect the monitor the the GPU connected to the first 16x pcie slot

and power on


Quote
Comes back with the same errors.


try this again:

lspci | grep VGA

if it shows only 4x GPUs then do this again:

press f12 to open the guake terminal, if cpuminer is running press ctrl + c to close it or open a new tab and enter:

Code:
cd /etc/X11

then:

Code:
ls

you should see a file that looks something like: '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017'  but most likely with a different date number at the end maybe 06092017? (it will be from the first day you launched nvOC so it should start with a 06 )

anyway note what the date is on that file and change the following code to match it:

Code:
sudo cp '/etc/X11/xorg.conf.06082017' '/etc/X11/xorg.conf'

and enter the password: miner1 when prompted.

then logout

and log back in

and tell me if you see the OC messages.


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