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June 18, 2011, 11:08:03 AM
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I am trying to run namecoin and test out solo mining but am not sure it is working properly. 

I have it running from /username/desktop/namecoin folder and it seems to be connecting, the blockchain appears to be downloaded and when I look at the debug.log, I don't see any glaring problems. 

I had some miners connecting with diablo and they show a hashrate.

Anyone know why namecoind might be showing a hashrate of 0 ?

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June 18, 2011, 12:06:11 PM
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namecoin is really just a renamed bitcoin for the most part. The client/server returns the hashrate it is generating (CPU mining). It does not have a report for the cumulative hashrate of connected clients.
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Great thanks.
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