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Fellow miners,

this is the build I use with my AMD rx series rigs.  I am providing it to the community 100% free, with no fees (from me at least):  (Claymore's miner still has his fee)

Please Note:
I don't currently have any R9 series cards, so I didn't test them.  According to AMD, the driver should support the R9 300 series cards as well: but you would be much better off using a build that uses the old AMD api (which is significantly more effective).  However, if your r9 300 series GPUs have a custom rom; rxOC will be effective for them as well.

rxOC is a customized Ubuntu 16.04 build with AMD OC support, manual fan support, auto launching on boot, and a single easy to configure Bash Script (oneBash) which can be configured from a windows pc using wordpad.

rxOC is easy-to-use and supports mining (with the v0011 oneBash):

 ETH   ZEC   NICE   HUSH   ZEN   ZCL   MUSIC   ETC   EXP   DCR   PASC
DUAL_ETC_DCR  DUAL_ETC_PASC  DUAL_ETC_LBC  DUAL_ETC_SC  
DUAL_EXP_DCR  DUAL_EXP_PASC  DUAL_EXP_LBC  DUAL_EXP_SC  
DUAL_ETH_DCR  DUAL_ETH_PASC  DUAL_ETH_LBC  DUAL_ETH_SC  
DUAL_MUSIC_DCR    DUAL_MUSIC_PASC    DUAL_MUSIC_LBC  DUAL_MUSIC_SC    

v0012 oneBash Link



xleejohnx SRR implementation Link I will integrate this into the next oneBash / v0013; for now, if you want to use this follow the instructions on xleejohnx's post.


rxOC uses Optiminer, Genoil, Claymore Ethash, Claymore Equihash, sgminer, and plusCPU uses cpuminer-opt;
if you want an additional algorithm or mining client post here or pm me the details and I will add it to the next version

For Nvidia rigs see: [OS] nvOC easy-to-use Linux Nvidia Mining: Link

Try: [OS] ocFACTORY easy-to-use Linux Imaging Solution v0011 Link

Current Version: v0012




To setup remote re-configuration of rigs / remote viewing using SSH and screen LINK




How to Setup _Parallax_Mode (have oneBash autoupdate from a pastebin file when the mining process is launched) Guide Link



 
  this version is intended for USB keys

  However you can use an SSD or HDD with a USB adapter cable Link

  Or you can follow this process to enable Autolaunch with an SSD or HDD install Link

  
Change Log:

v0012
  added Genoil for NICE / ETH / ETC
  added GENOILorCLAYMORE selector
  added Optiminer for Equihash algorithms
  added OPTIMINERorCLAYMORE selector
  added atiflash (use at your own risk)
  implemented  wget / pastebin oneBash auto-updating suggested by: _Parallax_
  Thanks _Parallax_   Smiley
  workernames are auto-generated (set to the rig host address: last 3 digits of the rig IP)
  added IP output to the top of mining process (easier to get the rig IP)
  added lspci and supported clocks output to the top of the mining process
  added USE_ENVIRONMENTAL_VARIBLES selector (adds them if YES)
  increased primary partition size (more available space)
  added SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE (for slow usb keys; also helps ensure the setting of powerlimits and fanspeeds)
    HUSH COIN selection

v0011 (initial release)


Try: [OS] ocFACTORY easy-to-use Linux Imaging Solution v0011 Link

If you don't have an imaging program already download HDDRawCopy (Link)

Or get etcher for Mac / Linux / Windows Link

v0012 zip should extract on OSX / *nix / Windows  Wink

v0012 is 15.6gb


rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos


Note: you still need to implement bios setting changes.  The SHA256 hash (for the zip) is:
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e2402a75423b5afc933b7cda4952ce2213e13d01c45ec971d386995004273763

To verify the downloaded zip see this post Link


Expected Bios settings (I have not tested all of these for AMD rigs):

If you are using an ASRock H81 PRO BTC or BIOSTAR TB85; either should work with without any changes to the bios settings.


If you are using an MSI Z270-A PRO; ensure you enable Above 4G memory option in the bios before connecting the nvOC USB.  


If you are using a GIGABYTE GA-B250M-Gaming 3; ensure the Audio Controller is disabled in the bios.


If you are using a BIOSTAR TB250-BTC; ensure Miner Mode is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure Max TOLUD is set to 3.5 GB in the bios.


If you are using an ASUS Z270-F GAMING; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure PTP aware OS: is set to 'Not PTP Aware' in the bios.  Finally, ensure you 'Clear Secure Boot Keys' in the bios.


If you are using an MSI Z170-A GAMING M5; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also download, unzip and copy to a usb key ( the 2016-12-19 Version 1.D ) Bios and follow instructions to flash the bios.


If you are using an ASUS PRIME Z270-A; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure PTP aware OS: is set to 'Not PTP Aware' in the bios.  Finally, ensure you 'Clear Secure Boot Keys' in the bios.


If you are using a GIGABYTE GA-Z270P-D3; ensure the Audio Controller is disabled in the bios.


If you are using a ASUS PRIME H270-PLUS; You must update the bios; with this motherboard it can be done by connecting an ethernet cable and entering the EZ Flash 3 Utility.  Select DHCP and download then install the update.  It should look like this.  After updating ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.


If you are using a BIOSTAR RACING Z170GT7; Ensure you are only using the first 6 pcie slots closest to the CPU.  Ensure you set Security Device Support to: Disable Finally ensure you set the max TOLUD to 3.5 gb


ENSURE THAT YOU unzip the image BEFORE YOU IMAGE YOUR USB  Wink


Use HDDRawCopy or etcher to image the extracted img file to the 16gb or larger usb ( see this guide for an HDDRawCopy walkthru )

Image to a 16gb or larger USB key.  I recommend you get a 32gb USB key; as most USB keys marketed as 16gb are not ACTUALLY 16gb.


I recommend these very fast HQ USB keys $22 fastest (in actual usage) I have tested so far:

https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-Flash-Drive-SDCZ80-032G-GAM46/dp/B00KT7DXIU


NOTE: You only need to configure the oneBash file in the Windows Partition.  If you don't have a text editor with syntax highlighting: open it with wordpad.  I recommend downloading atom if you don't have a text editor with syntax highlighting .

See the nvOC OP for more information on oneBash Link

When you are done configuring oneBash ensure that you save, then eject the USB.

Attach the USB key to your rig and power it on.

NOTE: first boot will take longer to start mining as oneBash must be converted

All files are in the rxOC folder Link.

rxOC uses the 17.10 Driver.

the root password for rxOC is:

    miner1

Known Limitations and Issues:

Please let me know if there are any issues with this version not OCing cards with mobos.

If your miner crashes at all, it is probably because your OC is too high.  

IMO it is easier to start with a lower OC and walk up the OC until it becomes unstable, than to start at the max and walk it down to stability.

My thoughts on OC Link

If you find rxOC helpful and would like me to expand it; please let me know.  I will make requested changes over time as I am available to.

Requested Changes / Additions / Tests:

a global switch to turn off all overclocking / excluding manual fans  OVERCLOCK="OFF"

integrate SRR support

add UBIQ coin selection

add https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo]https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo]https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo

check into atiflash in it current folder / potentially move to: /usr/local/bin

make rxOC github repo

implement individual card settings

actual clockspeed implementation

R series build

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To verify the downloaded zip:

the SHA256 hash is:
Code:
6b20a7ba0132362aba9bab45eff2679ad539d3d19a52418f054f07be3c1175e8


If you are using windows:


open a cmd prompt:

click the start button and type: 

Code:
cmd

then press enter:

type the following:

Code:
CertUtil -hashfile PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE SHA256

and press enter

if the result is:

Code:
6b20a7ba0132362aba9bab45eff2679ad539d3d19a52418f054f07be3c1175e8

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good

Note: you can find the file path by right clicking the zip and selecting properties


If you are using linux:

open a terminal and enter the following:

Code:
sha256sum 'PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE'

and press enter

if the result is:
Code:
6b20a7ba0132362aba9bab45eff2679ad539d3d19a52418f054f07be3c1175e8

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good

Note: you can also type sha256sum then drag the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


If you are using OSX:

open a terminal and enter the following:

Code:
shasum -a 256 'PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE'

and press enter

if the result is:
Code:
6b20a7ba0132362aba9bab45eff2679ad539d3d19a52418f054f07be3c1175e8

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good


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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?
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I have an old 7950

is there an issue for a 1 card build?

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I have an old 7950

is there an issue for a 1 card build?

With v0016 nvOC will work with 1x GPU; but you will have to wait for it to repair the xorg file on its initial boot; reboot on its own; and then on the second boot it should be good to go.

AMD is significantly better with Linux system integration than Nvidia (although Nvidia has vastly improved their Linux support in the past few years); essentially if Ubuntu recognizes the GPU; the AMD driver will recognize the GPU.

However, AMD cards older than the R9 300 series; will not be supported by the AMDGPU-PRO driver used in rxOC.

For now; I recommend using the smOS build made for R series cards for your 7950.

If there is enough interest I can make an R series build of rxOC; but I am trying to focus first on helping users resolve problems, then with implementing the most requested improvements first.

I will add an R series build to the request list for rxOC.


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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?

It should work with R9 fury GPUs.

You have a disk error.  Ubuntu grubloader will attempt to repair the error; if you wait a long time it might repair it and boot; but I would do the following:

Reimage the USB key; like so:

first check and see if your zip has downloaded correctly by following the directions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19757170#msg19757170

If your zip produced the same hash it is good.

Maybe you imaged from the zip without extracting?

Ensure that you extract the image before imaging.

After imaging is complete, and you have configured and saved oneBash:

ensure that you properly eject the USB key.

Let me know if this works.


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Hi fullzero,

Could we get a sgminer (with ethash-new.cl) as an alternative to Claymore.

The big news now is Claymore's ASM implementation may have some issues in the coming epoch and diff level.

I am on Claymore for ETH mining and I think we better have Plan B just in case.

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Hi fullzero,

Could we get a sgminer (with ethash-new.cl) as an alternative to Claymore.

The big news now is Claymore's ASM implementation may have some issues in the coming epoch and diff level.

I am on Claymore for ETH mining and I think we better have Plan B just in case.

Thanks

read more on the subject and seems that sgminer is likely also impacted .....

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Hi fullzero,

Could we get a sgminer (with ethash-new.cl) as an alternative to Claymore.

The big news now is Claymore's ASM implementation may have some issues in the coming epoch and diff level.

I am on Claymore for ETH mining and I think we better have Plan B just in case.

Thanks

read more on the subject and seems that sgminer is likely also impacted .....

I have confirmed the new CUDA implementation is better than Claymore; that combined with this AMD problem; it is not looking good for AMD miners.

If you find a mining client that is immune let me know; and I will add it.

I worked on nvOC today; I will work on rxOC tomorrow.



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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?

It should work with R9 fury GPUs.

You have a disk error.  Ubuntu grubloader will attempt to repair the error; if you wait a long time it might repair it and boot; but I would do the following:

Reimage the USB key; like so:

first check and see if your zip has downloaded correctly by following the directions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19757170#msg19757170

If your zip produced the same hash it is good.

Maybe you imaged from the zip without extracting?

Ensure that you extract the image before imaging.

After imaging is complete, and you have configured and saved oneBash:

ensure that you properly eject the USB key.

Let me know if this works.



I did it all the process again, downloading, checking, extracting, flashing.
Same error Sad .
I am using an 32Gb Adata USB Key.
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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?

It should work with R9 fury GPUs.

You have a disk error.  Ubuntu grubloader will attempt to repair the error; if you wait a long time it might repair it and boot; but I would do the following:

Reimage the USB key; like so:

first check and see if your zip has downloaded correctly by following the directions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19757170#msg19757170

If your zip produced the same hash it is good.

Maybe you imaged from the zip without extracting?

Ensure that you extract the image before imaging.

After imaging is complete, and you have configured and saved oneBash:

ensure that you properly eject the USB key.

Let me know if this works.



I did it all the process again, downloading, checking, extracting, flashing.
Same error Sad .
I am using an 32Gb Adata USB Key.

What motherboard are you using?

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I am going to use it at all my rigs. Will you make a new release version today or tomorrow?
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I am going to use it at all my rigs. Will you make a new release version today or tomorrow?

I will try to release the next version of rxOC by tomorrow night; but I can't promise it will be done by then.

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Anyone have rxOC working with 7 GPUs on MSI Z170A PRO Carbon motherboard?

I modded the BIOS a month ago and have it running 7 x 470s on Windows 10- but tired of windows instability.

Recently, I tried both smOS and rxOC with no luck.

If any one has been successful, please let me know.

I will also enquire elsewhere to check if EthOS works for this setup.
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Anyone have rxOC working with 7 GPUs on MSI Z170A PRO Carbon motherboard?

I modded the BIOS a month ago and have it running 7 x 470s on Windows 10- but tired of windows instability.

Recently, I tried both smOS and rxOC with no luck.

If any one has been successful, please let me know.

I will also enquire elsewhere to check if EthOS works for this setup.

This mobo should have similar requirements to the z170 gaming 5; but I can't say for sure (as I don't have one myself):

Other members have reported that the Version 1.7 bios is the one to use for this mobo:

Download BIOS Version 1.7: https://us.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z170A-GAMING-PRO-CARBON.html#down-bios

unzip, copy to usb key, attach to rig, use the m-flash to flash the 1.7 bios

then ensure you set Above 4G decoding to enabled

Also you might need to use a skylake CPU: G4400

If you try this let me know how it goes.

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Anyone have rxOC working with 7 GPUs on MSI Z170A PRO Carbon motherboard?

I modded the BIOS a month ago and have it running 7 x 470s on Windows 10- but tired of windows instability.

Recently, I tried both smOS and rxOC with no luck.

If any one has been successful, please let me know.

I will also enquire elsewhere to check if EthOS works for this setup.

This mobo should have similar requirements to the z170 gaming 5; but I can't say for sure (as I don't have one myself):

Other members have reported that the Version 1.7 bios is the one to use for this mobo:

Download BIOS Version 1.7: https://us.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z170A-GAMING-PRO-CARBON.html#down-bios

unzip, copy to usb key, attach to rig, use the m-flash to flash the 1.7 bios

then ensure you set Above 4G decoding to enabled

Also you might need to use a skylake CPU: G4400

If you try this let me know how it goes.


Yup- I have a skylake CPU -ie: G4400. I f i have another bad day with my windows 10 system , I will try what you suggested and let you know how it works.

Thx. Smiley
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v0012 is out:  

v0012
  added Genoil for NICE / ETH / ETC with no fee
  added GENOILorCLAYMORE selector
  added Optiminer for Equihash algorithms
  added OPTIMINERorCLAYMORE selector
  added atiflash (use at your own risk)
  implemented  wget / pastebin oneBash auto-updating suggested by: _Parallax_
  Thanks _Parallax_   Smiley
  workernames are auto-generated (set to the rig host address: last 3 digits of the rig IP)
  added IP output to the top of mining process (easier to get the rig IP)
  added lspci and supported clocks output to the top of the mining process
  added USE_ENVIRONMENTAL_VARIBLES selector (adds them if YES)
  increased primary partition size (more available space)
  added SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE (for slow usb keys; also helps ensure the setting of powerlimits and fanspeeds)
    HUSH COIN selection

To verify the downloaded zip:

the SHA256 hash is:
Code:
e2402a75423b5afc933b7cda4952ce2213e13d01c45ec971d386995004273763


If you are using windows:


open a cmd prompt:

click the start button and type:  

Code:
cmd

then press enter:

type the following:

Code:
CertUtil -hashfile PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE SHA256

and press enter

if the result is:

Code:
e2402a75423b5afc933b7cda4952ce2213e13d01c45ec971d386995004273763

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good

Note: you can find the file path by right clicking the zip and selecting properties


If you are using linux:

open a terminal and enter the following:

Code:
sha256sum 'PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE'

and press enter

if the result is:
Code:
e2402a75423b5afc933b7cda4952ce2213e13d01c45ec971d386995004273763

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good

Note: you can also type sha256sum then drag the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


If you are using OSX:

open a terminal and enter the following:

Code:
shasum -a 256 'PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE'

and press enter

if the result is:
Code:
e2402a75423b5afc933b7cda4952ce2213e13d01c45ec971d386995004273763

then the ZIP_containing_the_image is good


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I'm not sure if anyone is aware of this, but the motherboards that fullzero lists are all intel motherboards.
If anyone was wondering though, I have a MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition AMD motherboard and an Athlon II CPU and I got fed up with ethOS, so I gave rxOC a shot.  I can confirm this works with 4 GPUs.

by the way fullzero, thanks for nvOC and rxOC.  Amazing work!
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okay been trying to test this OS
but the love of me i cant get it to stop rebooting
it comes up with a popup says HI m1, you have a file open what would you like to do.... bam reboot

im a moron i left the SRR connected to the motherboard so it kept restarting it because it wasnt getting the signal..

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okay been trying to test this OS
but the love of me i cant get it to stop rebooting
it comes up with a popup says HI m1, you have a file open what would you like to do.... bam reboot

im a moron i left the SRR connected to the motherboard so it kept restarting it because it wasnt getting the signal..

LOL...

very customizable this rxOC and nvOC

at the same time, for a Linux newbie,  great way to play and learn Linux

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Ok I am converting all rigs to this now and ran into an issue. All rigs cannot be called m1-desktop!

How can I change the hostname so all your scripts still work?

m2-desktop, etc...?
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Ok I am converting all rigs to this now and ran into an issue. All rigs cannot be called m1-desktop!

How can I change the hostname so all your scripts still work?

m2-desktop, etc...?


Why can't the rigs all be called that?
What issue are you having?

As I see a super coin as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions. ~philipma1957
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Just what I was looking for Smiley

One question though, does that driver cause any problems with modded bios on the rx 480?
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I'm not sure if anyone is aware of this, but the motherboards that fullzero lists are all intel motherboards.
If anyone was wondering though, I have a MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition AMD motherboard and an Athlon II CPU and I got fed up with ethOS, so I gave rxOC a shot.  I can confirm this works with 4 GPUs.

by the way fullzero, thanks for nvOC and rxOC.  Amazing work!

Thanks kylewalter,

Good to know it works with:

MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition AMD motherboard and an Athlon II CPU

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okay been trying to test this OS
but the love of me i cant get it to stop rebooting
it comes up with a popup says HI m1, you have a file open what would you like to do.... bam reboot

im a moron i left the SRR connected to the motherboard so it kept restarting it because it wasnt getting the signal..

LOL...

very customizable this rxOC and nvOC

at the same time, for a Linux newbie,  great way to play and learn Linux

thumbs up to fullzero

Glad you like them; I still need to get to a bunch of your requests.  Smiley

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Just what I was looking for Smiley

One question though, does that driver cause any problems with modded bios on the rx 480?

I don't have any 480s so I can't test this; has anyone tried using a custom rom with rx480s + rxOC?

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July 01, 2017, 05:35:24 PM
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Ok I am converting all rigs to this now and ran into an issue. All rigs cannot be called m1-desktop!

How can I change the hostname so all your scripts still work?

m2-desktop, etc...?


Why can't the rigs all be called that?
What issue are you having?


What service / program are you using, that I am guessing ( is mapping hostname to IP addresses) ?

If you change the hostname you will need to add Maximus007s change again with the new hostname in place of m1.

Code:
sudo visudo  -f /etc/sudoers.d/90-m1
m1  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL

This is the only thing that stands out off the top of my head.

I am planning on allowing for the modification of host names in a later version.

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Ok I am converting all rigs to this now and ran into an issue. All rigs cannot be called m1-desktop!

How can I change the hostname so all your scripts still work?

m2-desktop, etc...?


Why can't the rigs all be called that?
What issue are you having?


Teamviewer. Now I have 3 m1-desktops. Teamviewer having an issue with that. Or perhaps I am using TeamViewer wrong..
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Ok I am converting all rigs to this now and ran into an issue. All rigs cannot be called m1-desktop!

How can I change the hostname so all your scripts still work?

m2-desktop, etc...?


Why can't the rigs all be called that?
What issue are you having?


Teamviewer. Now I have 3 m1-desktops. Teamviewer having an issue with that. Or perhaps I am using TeamViewer wrong..

You can change the hostname of the computer that TeamViewer uses without changing the hostname itself
When you sign in with your account it gives an option to add this computer that's when you change the hostname

As I see a super coin as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions. ~philipma1957
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Just what I was looking for Smiley

One question though, does that driver cause any problems with modded bios on the rx 480?

I don't have any 480s so I can't test this; has anyone tried using a custom rom with rx480s + rxOC?

I don't have 480s anymore I have all 470s
And have no issues with my custom bios

As I see a super coin as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions. ~philipma1957
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Good Morning FullZero -
I apoligize for the long post but I need to get it all in here Smiley

My first working mining rxOC AMD rig is up and running.

I want to ask some questions about clock settings.

Question is easy. How do I tune Linux version to get speeds near Windows?

As a base line I am dual mining Claymore ETH/SIA at -dcri 12

My cards are as follows -

GPU #0: Hawaii, 7991 MB available, 40 compute units (R9 390)
GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 36 compute units (RX 570)
GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 32 compute units (RX 470)

The 2 RX's have been bios modded and under windows 10 they run app. like this -

ETH: GPU0 29.897 Mh/s, GPU1 27.030 Mh/s, GPU2 27.096 Mh/s

I get those speeds by using Trixx and setting the following -

GPU #0: Hawaii, 7991 MB available, 40 compute units (R9 390) - 1100/1500
GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 36 compute units (RX 570) - 1140/1900
GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 32 compute units (RX 470) - 1140/1880

OK thats my stuff and how it runs on Windows...Now lets talk Linux

*****************************************************************************************

As a base line for the rest of this talk.
Using rxOC V12 with Parallax's mod
Dual mining ETH/SIA Claymore 9.5 -dcri 12
ETH_EXTENTION_ARGUMENTS="-dcri 12"
Same cards as above -

MY CURRENT SPEED WITH THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS -

ETH: GPU0 24.910 Mh/s, GPU1 24.086 Mh/s, GPU2 25.116 Mh/s



My oneBASH is currently set as follows -

 
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"        # HIGH LOW
 
# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=4   # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   # use highest level
 
OVERDRIVE="NO"                  # YES NO  <---LOCKS UP WHEN I TURN THIS ON
 


 
My ROCm Output is as follows -

============================================================================
GPU[0]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[0]       : 1: 516Mhz
GPU[0]       : 2: 727Mhz
GPU[0]       : 3: 840Mhz
GPU[0]       : 4: 890Mhz *
GPU[0]       : 5: 936Mhz
GPU[0]       : 6: 977Mhz
GPU[0]       : 7: 1015Mhz
GPU[0]       :
GPU[0]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 150Mhz
GPU[0]       : 1: 1500Mhz *
GPU[0]       :
GPU[1]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU1
GPU[1]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[1]       : 1: 608Mhz
GPU[1]       : 2: 910Mhz
GPU[1]       : 3: 1077Mhz *
GPU[1]       : 4: 1145Mhz
GPU[1]       : 5: 1191Mhz
GPU[1]       : 6: 1236Mhz
GPU[1]       : 7: 1266Mhz
GPU[1]       :
GPU[1]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU1
GPU[1]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[1]       : 1: 1750Mhz *
GPU[1]       :
GPU[2]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU2
GPU[2]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[2]       : 1: 588Mhz
GPU[2]       : 2: 952Mhz
GPU[2]       : 3: 1041Mhz
GPU[2]       : 4: 1106Mhz *
GPU[2]       : 5: 1168Mhz
GPU[2]       : 6: 1209Mhz
GPU[2]       : 7: 1264Mhz
GPU[2]       :
GPU[2]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU2
GPU[2]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[2]       : 1: 1000Mhz
GPU[2]       : 2: 1750Mhz *
GPU[2]       :
============================================================================
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================




===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
GPU[1]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
GPU[2]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
============================================================================
GPU[0]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
GPU[1]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
GPU[2]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
============================================================================
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1
GPU[1]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1  <----WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE?
GPU[2]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 2
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
GPU[1]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
GPU[2]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================
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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?

It should work with R9 fury GPUs.

You have a disk error.  Ubuntu grubloader will attempt to repair the error; if you wait a long time it might repair it and boot; but I would do the following:

Reimage the USB key; like so:

first check and see if your zip has downloaded correctly by following the directions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19757170#msg19757170

If your zip produced the same hash it is good.

Maybe you imaged from the zip without extracting?

Ensure that you extract the image before imaging.

After imaging is complete, and you have configured and saved oneBash:

ensure that you properly eject the USB key.

Let me know if this works.



I did it all the process again, downloading, checking, extracting, flashing.
Same error Sad .
I am using an 32Gb Adata USB Key.

What motherboard are you using?

Gygabyte GA-170x-ud3 with disabled audio controller.
I am currently mining with an Ubuntu Server
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Question is easy. How do I tune Linux version to get speeds near Windows?




===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1
GPU[1]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1  <----WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE?
GPU[2]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 2
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



that's the question that may kill gpu mining. the point of gpus mining was to be able to decentralize mining, actually btc mining is more accessible than gpus mining. There is a solution to easy oc with ubuntu as ethos and this have the functionality. however it's not released publicly. Asics or PoS.

https://slack.pivx.org/ PIVX https://www.pivx.org PIVX https://forum.pivx.org/ PIVX https://github.com/PIVX-Project

Decentralized Governance ✔ Privacy ✔ Instant Tx✔ No Instamine ✔ No Asic ✔ Eco-friendly✔decreasing inflation ✔
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Just launched second rxOC rig with 4 AMD's.

Exact same issue!

Doing some testing and editing of oneBash....I'll let ya know how it goes
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I posted this on the other topic, but this is the OS I am using:
I am trying to start using your operating system. Unfortunately I am not able to properly start it.
This is what I am getting at login:

http://imgur.com/a/2U3Wr


Does it work with R9 Fury GPUs?

It should work with R9 fury GPUs.

You have a disk error.  Ubuntu grubloader will attempt to repair the error; if you wait a long time it might repair it and boot; but I would do the following:

Reimage the USB key; like so:

first check and see if your zip has downloaded correctly by following the directions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19757170#msg19757170

If your zip produced the same hash it is good.

Maybe you imaged from the zip without extracting?

Ensure that you extract the image before imaging.

After imaging is complete, and you have configured and saved oneBash:

ensure that you properly eject the USB key.

Let me know if this works.



I did it all the process again, downloading, checking, extracting, flashing.
Same error Sad .
I am using an 32Gb Adata USB Key.

What motherboard are you using?

Gygabyte GA-170x-ud3 with disabled audio controller.
I am currently mining with an Ubuntu Server


Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.

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Good Morning FullZero -
I apoligize for the long post but I need to get it all in here Smiley

My first working mining rxOC AMD rig is up and running.

I want to ask some questions about clock settings.

Question is easy. How do I tune Linux version to get speeds near Windows?

As a base line I am dual mining Claymore ETH/SIA at -dcri 12

My cards are as follows -

GPU #0: Hawaii, 7991 MB available, 40 compute units (R9 390)
GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 36 compute units (RX 570)
GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 32 compute units (RX 470)

The 2 RX's have been bios modded and under windows 10 they run app. like this -

ETH: GPU0 29.897 Mh/s, GPU1 27.030 Mh/s, GPU2 27.096 Mh/s

I get those speeds by using Trixx and setting the following -

GPU #0: Hawaii, 7991 MB available, 40 compute units (R9 390) - 1100/1500
GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 36 compute units (RX 570) - 1140/1900
GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4050 MB available, 32 compute units (RX 470) - 1140/1880

OK thats my stuff and how it runs on Windows...Now lets talk Linux

*****************************************************************************************

As a base line for the rest of this talk.
Using rxOC V12 with Parallax's mod
Dual mining ETH/SIA Claymore 9.5 -dcri 12
ETH_EXTENTION_ARGUMENTS="-dcri 12"
Same cards as above -

MY CURRENT SPEED WITH THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS -

ETH: GPU0 24.910 Mh/s, GPU1 24.086 Mh/s, GPU2 25.116 Mh/s



My oneBASH is currently set as follows -

 
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"        # HIGH LOW
 
# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=4   # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   # use highest level
 
OVERDRIVE="NO"                  # YES NO  <---LOCKS UP WHEN I TURN THIS ON
 


 
My ROCm Output is as follows -

============================================================================
GPU[0]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[0]       : 1: 516Mhz
GPU[0]       : 2: 727Mhz
GPU[0]       : 3: 840Mhz
GPU[0]       : 4: 890Mhz *
GPU[0]       : 5: 936Mhz
GPU[0]       : 6: 977Mhz
GPU[0]       : 7: 1015Mhz
GPU[0]       :
GPU[0]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 150Mhz
GPU[0]       : 1: 1500Mhz *
GPU[0]       :
GPU[1]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU1
GPU[1]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[1]       : 1: 608Mhz
GPU[1]       : 2: 910Mhz
GPU[1]       : 3: 1077Mhz *
GPU[1]       : 4: 1145Mhz
GPU[1]       : 5: 1191Mhz
GPU[1]       : 6: 1236Mhz
GPU[1]       : 7: 1266Mhz
GPU[1]       :
GPU[1]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU1
GPU[1]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[1]       : 1: 1750Mhz *
GPU[1]       :
GPU[2]       : Supported GPU clock frequencies on GPU2
GPU[2]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[2]       : 1: 588Mhz
GPU[2]       : 2: 952Mhz
GPU[2]       : 3: 1041Mhz
GPU[2]       : 4: 1106Mhz *
GPU[2]       : 5: 1168Mhz
GPU[2]       : 6: 1209Mhz
GPU[2]       : 7: 1264Mhz
GPU[2]       :
GPU[2]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU2
GPU[2]       : 0: 300Mhz
GPU[2]       : 1: 1000Mhz
GPU[2]       : 2: 1750Mhz *
GPU[2]       :
============================================================================
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================




===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
GPU[1]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
GPU[2]       : Successfully reset GPU and Memory clocks
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
============================================================================
GPU[0]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
GPU[1]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
GPU[2]       : Successfully set current PowerPlay Level to high
============================================================================
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1
GPU[1]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 1  <----WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE?
GPU[2]       : Unable to set clock to unsupported Level - Max Level is 2
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



===================   ROCm System Management Interface   ===================
GPU[0]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
GPU[1]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
GPU[2]       : Successfully set GPU Clock frequency mask to Level 4
===================          End of ROCm SMI Log         ===================



With a custom rom I don't know why you would use normal OC settings; the cards should already be hardcoded to the clocks you want other than fanspeed.

you can't try to set these to a value that is outside any of the GPUs range:

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__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=4   
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   

7 is outside all of the ranges use 1

looking at your windows clocks (and as you are dual mining you want to use higher core clocks) a 7 for core OC

so use:

Code:
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=1
Quote
OVERDRIVE="NO"                  # YES NO  <---LOCKS UP WHEN I TURN THIS ON

sometimes custom roms can't handle any additional pushing (if they are optimized then they should crash with any overdrive at all)

If you want to use -dcri 12:

remove the hard coded -dcri 70 (or just change it to -dcri 12) on line 1185:


Code:
until $HCD -epool $ETH_POOL -ewal $ETHADDR -epsw x -allpools 1 -dpool $SC_POOL -dwal $SCADDR -dpsw x -dcoin sc -dcri 70 -dbg -1 $ETH_EXTENTION_ARGUMENTS

as I think you will have better results only using OC on the GPU that hasn't been bios modded (assuming you editied the clocks in your bios mod) you can add:

Code:
-d

as and argument to each of the OC implementation lines starting at line 229 change this:

Code:
if [ $OVERDRIVE == "YES" ]
then
sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' --setoverdrive $OVERDRIVE_PERCENT
fi

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' --setmclk $MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' --setsclk $__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

to:

Code:
if [ $OVERDRIVE == "YES" ]
then
sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' -d 0 --setoverdrive $OVERDRIVE_PERCENT
fi

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' -d 0 --setmclk $MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

sudo '/home/m1/rocm-smi' -d 0 --setsclk $__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL

if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
then
sleep 6
fi

and change

Code:
OVERDRIVE="YES"

In general Claymore spends way more time Optimizing windows; so you should always have slightly lower results on linux when using claymore (but closer than your results reported above)

let me know how this goes

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July 02, 2017, 07:34:05 PM
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Why not modify oneBash to be like the one for Linux?

Have individual card settings?

I don't anybody that mines with AMD that hasn't modified the straps in the bios and then uses some OC tool to set the clocks.

So instead of

# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=2   # use highest level

How about -

INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"         # YES NO
 
# Set individual clocks here if INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_0=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_0=1000
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_1=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_1=350
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_2=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_2=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_3=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_3=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_4=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_4=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_5=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_5=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_6=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_6=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_7=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_7=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_8=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_8=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_9=100

Just asking
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Okay here we go

to get amd memory info this works great https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo

first off usb choices

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KYK2AKO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T61JM4E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

i have both of these and tested them and IN MY ENVIRONMENT it hasnt been the best choice

so i use this drive and its awesome! it loads faster for me and is stable

https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Cruzer-Low-Profile-Drive-SDCZ33-016G-B35/dp/B005FYNSZA/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1499032154&sr=8-6&keywords=sandisk+usb+flash+drive

now imaging the drives i use etcher because its just simple and plain easy to use. plus it also does drive checks it can be found here

https://etcher.io/

when setting up the onebash first thing is first i dont cpu mine. all of my miners have slow dual core intel cpus so its just meh to even try
with that i do use a SRR which if you dont have one you are not living right go here https://shop.simplemining.net/ and get one

if you dont have an SRR then you dont need this

now somewhere before plusCPU add this line

Code:
SRR="YES"

example http://imgur.com/JbQLcF4

then move down in the onebash file to right before plusCPU == YES add this right before it

Code:
if [ $SRR == "YES" ]
then
HCD='SRR'
guake -r $HCD -e "bash /media/m1/1263-A96E/SRR"
fi

example http://imgur.com/O6aQ7US

before saving make sure you change your address and pools around!! then save the file

here is mine if it helps  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0614dRHRS0RNXU0STR0U1hWWlE/view?usp=sharing

now before you pull out the usb you need to add in this file in the same section as onebash https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0614dRHRS0RLWgtOS1OSlV6dDA/view?usp=sharing
with this file you have to edit it just like the onebash file for it to be able to work with your SRR
edit these line

Code:
srrEnabled="1"
srrSerial="000055"
srrSlot="1"

make sure its a 1 to enable it. change the serial number to match up to the one you have and make sure the slot number is correct

example here http://imgur.com/uVjeV2a


i use custom bios on all of my rx cards i copy straps and bump up the memory just a little get a solid 25 mhs all the time even when dual mining
also i use this https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo to find out info about the cards i have and its easy to install

i use an overdrive setting of 10 tried 15 nothing changed and 18 crashed the system
so 10-15 did nothing for me and that was with a core lock level of 7 moved to 3 for now
the fan setting is at 230

Over the next few weeks ill keep testing the system with different settings to see if i can find a sweet spot
also ill keep the posted updated with anything new i find worth sharing

thanks fullzero for a nice mining experience with this OS

just some pictures of the rig and it mining
http://imgur.com/wt2sUXM
http://imgur.com/edLbffp
http://imgur.com/x2LDNnn

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Why not modify oneBash to be like the one for Linux?

Have individual card settings?

I don't anybody that mines with AMD that hasn't modified the straps in the bios and then uses some OC tool to set the clocks.

So instead of

# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=2   # use highest level

How about -

INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"         # YES NO
 
# Set individual clocks here if INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_0=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_0=1000
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_1=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_1=350
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_2=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_2=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_3=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_3=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_4=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_4=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_5=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_5=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_6=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_6=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_7=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_7=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_8=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_8=100
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_9=100

Just asking

I can implement individual card settings: I will add it to the list.

I always changed my clocks when I changed straps; makes sense to me.

I can make an implementation that uses numerical clockspeeds.  The main difficultly is that AMD has implemented their rx series api with these nonsense levels; I have no idea what they were thinking.  Their older api was great and now they have this level business.

Anyway I will add a actual clockspeed implementation to the list as well.

 I agree that this is the way it should be.


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Okay here we go

first off usb choices

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KYK2AKO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T61JM4E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

i have both of these and tested them and IN MY ENVIRONMENT it hasnt been the best choice

so i use this drive and its awesome! it loads faster for me and is stable

https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Cruzer-Low-Profile-Drive-SDCZ33-016G-B35/dp/B005FYNSZA/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1499032154&sr=8-6&keywords=sandisk+usb+flash+drive

now imaging the drives i use etcher because its just simple and plain easy to use. plus it also does drive checks it can be found here

https://etcher.io/

when setting up the onebash first thing is first i dont cpu mine. all of my miners have slow dual core intel cpus so its just meh to even try
with that i do use a SRR which if you dont have one you are not living right go here https://shop.simplemining.net/ and get one

if you dont have an SRR then you dont need this

now somewhere before plusCPU add this line

Code:
SRR="YES"

example http://imgur.com/JbQLcF4

then move down in the onebash file to right before plusCPU == YES add this right before it

Code:
if [ $SRR == "YES" ]
then
HCD='SRR'
guake -r $HCD -e "bash /media/m1/1263-A96E/SRR"
fi

example http://imgur.com/O6aQ7US

before saving make sure you change your address and pools around!! then save the file

here is mine if it helps  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0614dRHRS0RNXU0STR0U1hWWlE/view?usp=sharing

now before you pull out the usb you need to add in this file in the same section as onebash https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0614dRHRS0RLWgtOS1OSlV6dDA/view?usp=sharing
with this file you have to edit it just like the onebash file for it to be able to work with your SRR

i use custom bios on all of my rx cards i copy straps and bump up the memory just a little get a solid 25 mhs all the time even when dual mining
also i use this https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo to find out info about the cards i have and its easy to install

i use an overdrive setting of 10 tried 15 nothing changed and 18 crashed the system
so 10-15 did nothing for me and that was with a core lock level of 7 moved to 3 for now
the fan setting is at 230

Over the next few weeks ill keep testing the system with different settings to see if i can find a sweet spot
also ill keep the posted updated with anything new i find worth sharing

thanks fullzero for a nice mining experience with this OS

I am sure a lot of members will use this.  Thanks for making this implementation.  Smiley

I have been updating the nvOC oneBash and I will add your implementation as well.  I will add it to a new rxOC oneBash after I implement some of the requested changes.

I don't have an SRR; so I'm not sure;

In the SRR file there are some variables:

Code:
srrSerial="000055"
srrSlot="1"

do these need to be changed in your SRR bash when using different SRRs or slots?

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When I typed password, ubuntu asking me again and again it

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When I typed password, ubuntu asking me again and again it

There are two reasons this is likely to be happening.

Are you using a mixed rig of Nvidia and AMD GPUs?  If so this OS will not work.

The USB or SSD might have an error with its image.  If you are using all AMD GPUs I recommend reimaging the USB or SSD.


What are the components of your rig?  (mainly) mobo / CPU / GPUs

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I am sure a lot of members will use this.  Thanks for making this implementation.  Smiley

I have been updating the nvOC oneBash and I will add your implementation as well.  I will add it to a new rxOC oneBash after I implement some of the requested changes.

I don't have an SRR; so I'm not sure;

In the SRR file there are some variables:

Code:
srrSerial="000055"
srrSlot="1"

do these need to be changed in your SRR bash when using different SRRs or slots?


i added this to the OP!

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 Smiley SUCCESS  Smiley

I have successfully created another rig with 5 AMD cards and achieved the same speed as windows!

I modded all 5 cards bios's again and this time hard set my clocks and even went ahead and undervolted them slightly while I was in there.

Results? I am actually 5 MH/s average OVER my Win10 build.

Thank you FullZero for help and ideas...





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Smiley SUCCESS  Smiley

I have successfully created another rig with 5 AMD cards and achieved the same speed as windows!

I modded all 5 cards bios's again and this time hard set my clocks and even went ahead and undervolted them slightly while I was in there.

Results? I am actually 5 MH/s average OVER my Win10 build.

Thank you FullZero for help and ideas...



Glad its working for you.   Smiley

This is what I do with all my AMD rigs; it works well.  OPT clocks + linux stability FTW.


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I am sure a lot of members will use this.  Thanks for making this implementation.  Smiley

I have been updating the nvOC oneBash and I will add your implementation as well.  I will add it to a new rxOC oneBash after I implement some of the requested changes.

I don't have an SRR; so I'm not sure;

In the SRR file there are some variables:

Code:
srrSerial="000055"
srrSlot="1"

do these need to be changed in your SRR bash when using different SRRs or slots?


i added this to the OP!

Thanks,

I will add these variables to oneBash and have them read into your SRR bash to make setup easier. 

Thanks again for enabling SRR use with rxOC and nvOC.   Grin


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First off, can't thank you enough for your contributions to the community. nvOC was a huge help for me to get my Nvidia cards up and running.

I am wondering why in this version you have set numbers for core and memory clocks? Also why there is no option to limit the power? Ive been trying to figure out a way to limit power for quite a while.

Also, there any way to find out what type of memory my gpu has within this os? I would rather not flash the cards but if thats the only way than I'll do it.
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First off, can't thank you enough for your contributions to the community. nvOC was a huge help for me to get my Nvidia cards up and running.

I am wondering why in this version you have set numbers for core and memory clocks? Also why there is no option to limit the power? Ive been trying to figure out a way to limit power for quite a while.

Also, there any way to find out what type of memory my gpu has within this os? I would rather not flash the cards but if thats the only way than I'll do it.

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo
use this to get memory info

i would mod the bios with at least the 1500 strap
to get those extra hashes Tongue

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After trying nvOC I decided to try rxOC. It works, but I have few questions.

My test rx470 rig has modified BIOS with low voltage levels (around 950mV for GPU, for instance). Under Windows I used WattTool to alter clocks and voltages as well. But if I didn't run WattTool, I had BIOS-defined low voltages and clocks.

Now under rxOC I set GPU clock to 6 (of 7 max). It runs but I have 200 more watts for 6 GPUs comparing to Windows system. Using rocm-smi, I realised that GPU still runs at level 7. After explicit command to set it to lower levels (say, 5 or 6), I can see it set for few seconds, and then it immediately reset to level 7. I read that change is active until another OpenCL program is started. So I tried to change it before Claymore's miner, and after it started - nothing helped.

In addition, since power usage is much more than under Windows, I guess that drivers ignore BIOS voltage levels and set them explicitly to some defaults (at least, I read about that on Windows some day).

So in short, all rx470 run and maximum clocks and use some high voltages and not those written in the BIOS.

Any suggestions? I wish I can have the same power and performance as on Windows system. Hash rate is a bit lower comparing to Windows one (around 0.5-0.7 MH/s per card), and it might be the difference between Linux and Windows miner timers (it always was for fglrx as well). But what about voltages? Please advise!
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First off, can't thank you enough for your contributions to the community. nvOC was a huge help for me to get my Nvidia cards up and running.

I am wondering why in this version you have set numbers for core and memory clocks? Also why there is no option to limit the power? Ive been trying to figure out a way to limit power for quite a while.

Also, there any way to find out what type of memory my gpu has within this os? I would rather not flash the cards but if thats the only way than I'll do it.

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo
use this to get memory info

i would mod the bios with at least the 1500 strap
to get those extra hashes Tongue


bones2 see:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19903798#msg19903798

xleejohnx:

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo

this is use full I will add it to the next version of rxOC.



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After trying nvOC I decided to try rxOC. It works, but I have few questions.

My test rx470 rig has modified BIOS with low voltage levels (around 950mV for GPU, for instance). Under Windows I used WattTool to alter clocks and voltages as well. But if I didn't run WattTool, I had BIOS-defined low voltages and clocks.

Now under rxOC I set GPU clock to 6 (of 7 max). It runs but I have 200 more watts for 6 GPUs comparing to Windows system. Using rocm-smi, I realised that GPU still runs at level 7. After explicit command to set it to lower levels (say, 5 or 6), I can see it set for few seconds, and then it immediately reset to level 7. I read that change is active until another OpenCL program is started. So I tried to change it before Claymore's miner, and after it started - nothing helped.

In addition, since power usage is much more than under Windows, I guess that drivers ignore BIOS voltage levels and set them explicitly to some defaults (at least, I read about that on Windows some day).

So in short, all rx470 run and maximum clocks and use some high voltages and not those written in the BIOS.

Any suggestions? I wish I can have the same power and performance as on Windows system. Hash rate is a bit lower comparing to Windows one (around 0.5-0.7 MH/s per card), and it might be the difference between Linux and Windows miner timers (it always was for fglrx as well). But what about voltages? Please advise!

For now the best solution is to use the Polaris bios editor in windows to make a custom rom with all your desired settings.  If you do this I highly recommend backing up your original rom + watching several you tube guides before you do so; if you aren't familiar with Polaris bios editor.  Also it is best to mod one card first and make sure it is working as intended before modding more.

Be aware whenever making / flashing a custom rom you may damage your GPU if something goes wrong.  I take no responsibility for potential damage from incorrect modding / spurious errors during the process.


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First off, can't thank you enough for your contributions to the community. nvOC was a huge help for me to get my Nvidia cards up and running.

I am wondering why in this version you have set numbers for core and memory clocks? Also why there is no option to limit the power? Ive been trying to figure out a way to limit power for quite a while.

Also, there any way to find out what type of memory my gpu has within this os? I would rather not flash the cards but if thats the only way than I'll do it.

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo
use this to get memory info

i would mod the bios with at least the 1500 strap
to get those extra hashes Tongue


bones2 see:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19903798#msg19903798

xleejohnx:

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo

this is use full I will add it to the next version of rxOC.




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had to install it into another fold.. /usr/local/bin is where i put it

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First off, can't thank you enough for your contributions to the community. nvOC was a huge help for me to get my Nvidia cards up and running.

I am wondering why in this version you have set numbers for core and memory clocks? Also why there is no option to limit the power? Ive been trying to figure out a way to limit power for quite a while.

Also, there any way to find out what type of memory my gpu has within this os? I would rather not flash the cards but if thats the only way than I'll do it.

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo
use this to get memory info

i would mod the bios with at least the 1500 strap
to get those extra hashes Tongue


bones2 see:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19903798#msg19903798

xleejohnx:

https://github.com/sling00/amdmeminfo

this is use full I will add it to the next version of rxOC.


I use amdmeminfo alot during my initial farm setup -- saves me a lot of trouble going back and forth Windows and GPUZ.

I can identify GPU details, memory, etc and flash them all in Linux (Polaris-BIOS editing in Windows though)

The utility also list each card according to slot ID so its cool.

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I've added myself on both nvoc and rxoc but can you add ubiq to further versions of onebash? TY
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My test rx470 rig has modified BIOS with low voltage levels (around 950mV for GPU, for instance). Under Windows I used WattTool to alter clocks and voltages as well. But if I didn't run WattTool, I had BIOS-defined low voltages and clocks.
...
So in short, all rx470 run and maximum clocks and use some high voltages and not those written in the BIOS.

For now the best solution is to use the Polaris bios editor in windows to make a custom rom with all your desired settings

You've missed the point. I have modified BIOS using PBE, but it seems that drivers ignore flashed settings and use some driver defaults for voltages.

I guess I do something wrong. Anybody who is running rx470 under linux with low voltages, can you show your PBE values and corresponding rxOC settings (powerplay, etc)?
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Didn't you think about putting oneBash to GitHub? Makes it much easier for custom modifications.

For instance, I would group similar options for cards (mostly for nvOC version) into loops using bash (you can pull changes if like it). Another option for me may be to split oneBash into few option files like 10-power.sh, 20-miners.sh, etc... Next step would be to add a kind of rig autodetect (say, using NIC MAC) and load rig-dependant options automatically, still having single settings repository.

Will do it for myself, but integration of user changes will be much easier using git.
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How did you get linux to oc rx cards? would you mind sharing it?

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is it possible to set overclock individually and set the max TDP with watts like nvOC?
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is it possible to set overclock individually and set the max TDP with watts like nvOC?

It isn't yet available

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I've added myself on both nvoc and rxoc but can you add ubiq to further versions of onebash? TY

I will add this to the list for both.  Do you have a pool you use for UBIQ?

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Didn't you think about putting oneBash to GitHub? Makes it much easier for custom modifications.

For instance, I would group similar options for cards (mostly for nvOC version) into loops using bash (you can pull changes if like it). Another option for me may be to split oneBash into few option files like 10-power.sh, 20-miners.sh, etc... Next step would be to add a kind of rig autodetect (say, using NIC MAC) and load rig-dependant options automatically, still having single settings repository.

Will do it for myself, but integration of user changes will be much easier using git.


I have already added this request to the nvOC list I will add it to the rxOC as well.

There is a similar implementation already with pastebin: see the link on the OP for  _Parallax_ Mode.  This can be changed to use git instead.

I am making a monitor / push / update / dashboard app to handle all of these tasks.  Keep getting sidetracked integrating everyones different methods / contributions.


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How did you get linux to oc rx cards? would you mind sharing it?

I used the roc-SMI:

https://github.com/RadeonOpenCompute/ROC-smi

then made some changes to it.  I will make more.  If you look at its code you will see the actual AMD api cmds.


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My test rx470 rig has modified BIOS with low voltage levels (around 950mV for GPU, for instance). Under Windows I used WattTool to alter clocks and voltages as well. But if I didn't run WattTool, I had BIOS-defined low voltages and clocks.
...
So in short, all rx470 run and maximum clocks and use some high voltages and not those written in the BIOS.

For now the best solution is to use the Polaris bios editor in windows to make a custom rom with all your desired settings

You've missed the point. I have modified BIOS using PBE, but it seems that drivers ignore flashed settings and use some driver defaults for voltages.

I guess I do something wrong. Anybody who is running rx470 under linux with low voltages, can you show your PBE values and corresponding rxOC settings (powerplay, etc)?


Overdrive or performance level might be what is resetting those values; if you change:

Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"       

OVERDRIVE="YES"

to:

Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL=""       

OVERDRIVE=""

Do you have the same results?

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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
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If there is enough interest I can make an R series build of rxOC; but I am trying to focus first on helping users resolve problems, then with implementing the most requested improvements first.

I will add an R series build to the request list for rxOC.


 If you want to do a build using the AMD 15.12 drivers (which are the best for the R-series cards but don't support the Fury or anything later), you will have to move to Ubuntu 14.04 (or earlier but I don't recommend earlier) for the base build - and even THERE you can't "upgrade" everything as the newer XOrg version that "apt-update" inflicts on 14.04 DOES NOT WORK WITH THE fglrx DRIVERS.


 AMD got particularly stupid when they decided to ignore older cards in their LINUX "pro" driver series, though they've had a long history of not supporting LINUX all that well.
 A lot of folks count 15.12 as an amazingly good but one-time exception.
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July 08, 2017, 06:06:54 AM
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My test rx470 rig has modified BIOS with low voltage levels (around 950mV for GPU, for instance). Under Windows I used WattTool to alter clocks and voltages as well. But if I didn't run WattTool, I had BIOS-defined low voltages and clocks.
...
So in short, all rx470 run and maximum clocks and use some high voltages and not those written in the BIOS.

For now the best solution is to use the Polaris bios editor in windows to make a custom rom with all your desired settings

You've missed the point. I have modified BIOS using PBE, but it seems that drivers ignore flashed settings and use some driver defaults for voltages.

I guess I do something wrong. Anybody who is running rx470 under linux with low voltages, can you show your PBE values and corresponding rxOC settings (powerplay, etc)?


Overdrive or performance level might be what is resetting those values; if you change:

Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"       

OVERDRIVE="YES"

to:

Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL=""       

OVERDRIVE=""

Do you have the same results?



So I believe I am having the same problem (except my cards are stock), my hash rate doesn't change no matter what settings I use, I even tried your suggestion here leaving overdrive and performance level blank and I was still getting the same hash...
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July 08, 2017, 08:19:49 AM
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Overdrive or performance level might be what is resetting those values; if you change:
Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"       
OVERDRIVE="YES"
to:
Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL=""       
OVERDRIVE=""
Do you have the same results?

Actually, I tried to remove all nvidia-smi commands at all and reboot. Still higher power consumption with modded BIOS comparing to Windows.
That is why I asked anyone who was able to run rx470 undervolted on Linux: please post your PBE screenshots and linux settings.
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July 08, 2017, 06:57:58 PM
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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
I have extra pendrives but I am not able to copy the image there because they are 15.5 Gb and I it needs 15.6.


If the bios posts; you can access the grub loader menu by pressing

esc

continuously while booting (note holding it down doesn't usually work), then select boot in recovery mode. 

in recovery mode:

Enable networking

then install updates from the cmd prompt:
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --yes

and reboot

this should ensure your build has all known system files for your system.


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July 08, 2017, 07:06:24 PM
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If there is enough interest I can make an R series build of rxOC; but I am trying to focus first on helping users resolve problems, then with implementing the most requested improvements first.

I will add an R series build to the request list for rxOC.


 If you want to do a build using the AMD 15.12 drivers (which are the best for the R-series cards but don't support the Fury or anything later), you will have to move to Ubuntu 14.04 (or earlier but I don't recommend earlier) for the base build - and even THERE you can't "upgrade" everything as the newer XOrg version that "apt-update" inflicts on 14.04 DOES NOT WORK WITH THE fglrx DRIVERS.


 AMD got particularly stupid when they decided to ignore older cards in their LINUX "pro" driver series, though they've had a long history of not supporting LINUX all that well.
 A lot of folks count 15.12 as an amazingly good but one-time exception.


I ran r9 380s with 15.12 last year on 14.04, they did well.

I remember having to repair ubuntu with every build, manually forcing changes. 

I agree the new driver + api is shite.  Not sure what AMD is thinking.


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July 08, 2017, 07:15:25 PM
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Overdrive or performance level might be what is resetting those values; if you change:
Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL="HIGH"       
OVERDRIVE="YES"
to:
Code:
PERFORMANCE_LEVEL=""       
OVERDRIVE=""
Do you have the same results?

Actually, I tried to remove all nvidia-smi commands at all and reboot. Still higher power consumption with modded BIOS comparing to Windows.
That is why I asked anyone who was able to run rx470 undervolted on Linux: please post your PBE screenshots and linux settings.


It might not be possible with all GPUs and Linux without hex editing.

So I believe I am having the same problem (except my cards are stock), my hash rate doesn't change no matter what settings I use, I even tried your suggestion here leaving overdrive and performance level blank and I was still getting the same hash...

What GPUs are you using?



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July 09, 2017, 05:09:44 PM
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So I believe I am having the same problem (except my cards are stock), my hash rate doesn't change no matter what settings I use, I even tried your suggestion here leaving overdrive and performance level blank and I was still getting the same hash...

What GPUs are you using?



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So I believe I am having the same problem (except my cards are stock), my hash rate doesn't change no matter what settings I use, I even tried your suggestion here leaving overdrive and performance level blank and I was still getting the same hash...

What GPUs are you using?

4 Asus Dual RX 580 8GB
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What does oneBash output at the top of your mining process?

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July 09, 2017, 10:12:00 PM
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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
I have extra pendrives but I am not able to copy the image there because they are 15.5 Gb and I it needs 15.6.


If the bios posts; you can access the grub loader menu by pressing

esc

continuously while booting (note holding it down doesn't usually work), then select boot in recovery mode. 

in recovery mode:

Enable networking

then install updates from the cmd prompt:
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --yes

and reboot

this should ensure your build has all known system files for your system.



I think I've found the problem, it is not solved by updating:
I installed xubuntu in a new pendrive. And did a apt dist-upgrade, after that, I rebooted and installed lastest amdgpu-pro drivers, and then it happended exactly the same.
I am able to press ctrl+f1 and work via command prompt, but it is not solved by updating.
I am still trying to connect the pendrive to the 2.0 USB port, but it is not recognized. Why do you suggest to do it like this?

Thanks for your help!
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July 10, 2017, 12:04:06 AM
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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
I have extra pendrives but I am not able to copy the image there because they are 15.5 Gb and I it needs 15.6.


If the bios posts; you can access the grub loader menu by pressing

esc

continuously while booting (note holding it down doesn't usually work), then select boot in recovery mode. 

in recovery mode:

Enable networking

then install updates from the cmd prompt:
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --yes

and reboot

this should ensure your build has all known system files for your system.



I think I've found the problem, it is not solved by updating:
I installed xubuntu in a new pendrive. And did a apt dist-upgrade, after that, I rebooted and installed lastest amdgpu-pro drivers, and then it happended exactly the same.
I am able to press ctrl+f1 and work via command prompt, but it is not solved by updating.
I am still trying to connect the pendrive to the 2.0 USB port, but it is not recognized. Why do you suggest to do it like this?

Thanks for your help!

There is something wrong with your usb image it if is not recognized when connecting to a USB 2.0 port.  USB 3 and 3.1 are fully compatible with 2.0. 

There may be a TPM or secureboot option in the bios that is causing problems.

I am assuming you are connecting the monitor to the GPU, and not the motherboard (if you connect a monitor directly to the motherboard; rxOC will go into an infinite loop).

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July 10, 2017, 07:32:03 AM
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Actually, I tried to remove all nvidia-smi commands at all and reboot. Still higher power consumption with modded BIOS comparing to Windows.
That is why I asked anyone who was able to run rx470 undervolted on Linux: please post your PBE screenshots and linux settings.

It might not be possible with all GPUs and Linux without hex editing.

It seems like no one has succeeded with that because no one posted a success story Smiley
I am ok to use Polaris BIOS Editor, or do manual hex patching. No matter what I was not able to fix the issue with high power consumption under linux with rx470 and asked for anyone who WAS able to do that to share how.
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Actually, I tried to remove all nvidia-smi commands at all and reboot. Still higher power consumption with modded BIOS comparing to Windows.
That is why I asked anyone who was able to run rx470 undervolted on Linux: please post your PBE screenshots and linux settings.

It might not be possible with all GPUs and Linux without hex editing.

It seems like no one has succeeded with that because no one posted a success story Smiley
I am ok to use Polaris BIOS Editor, or do manual hex patching. No matter what I was not able to fix the issue with high power consumption under linux with rx470 and asked for anyone who WAS able to do that to share how.

If I remember correctly; Wolf has made special tools for that: and offers some kind of modification service.

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July 10, 2017, 12:52:03 PM
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How did you get linux to oc rx cards? would you mind sharing it?

I used the roc-SMI:

https://github.com/RadeonOpenCompute/ROC-smi

then made some changes to it.  I will make more.  If you look at its code you will see the actual AMD api cmds.



Thank you ! You gave me a real envy to test your distro with your answer! I hope it will help me, and if I succeed... will pm you to ask your address as a thank you.

thanks again ! and I wish you a lot of success with your software!

edit: would be nice to have a torrent link to download it Smiley

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Why does GPU0 have much less performance than others?
I tried from 2 to 6 cards 470 and 580
On the cards nVidia there is no such thing, everyone works the same performance.

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Why does GPU0 have much less performance than others?
I tried from 2 to 6 cards 470 and 580
On the cards nVidia there is no such thing, everyone works the same performance.


Is your monitor plugged into GPU0?

Have you modded your bios of GPU0 the same as the other cards?

Can you try another MoBo?

I am running 40 cards total on this version and modded all cards with timings, undervolt and clock speeds and I don't have that issue at all.

All my AMD rigs GPU0 performs the same as other GPU's that are alike.
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Why does GPU0 have much less performance than others?
I tried from 2 to 6 cards 470 and 580
On the cards nVidia there is no such thing, everyone works the same performance.


Is your monitor plugged into GPU0?

Have you modded your bios of GPU0 the same as the other cards?

Can you try another MoBo?


I found the problem. Changed BIOS settings from "GEN1" to "AUTO"

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Why does GPU0 have much less performance than others?
I tried from 2 to 6 cards 470 and 580
On the cards nVidia there is no such thing, everyone works the same performance.


Is your monitor plugged into GPU0?

Have you modded your bios of GPU0 the same as the other cards?

Can you try another MoBo?


I found the problem. Changed BIOS settings from "GEN1" to "AUTO"

Excellent!
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@Fullzero

Version 0013

Can you make a global switch to turn off all overclocking?

OVERCLOCK="OFF"

This will allow a single onebash to work on rigs that have all cards fully modded and have mixed R9 with RX.

Currently I just did this.... Get some errors but it works...

# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
#  __CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7  # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
#  MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=1   # use highest level

Unless I am missing something if the cards are modded with timings, undervolted and clock speeds then rocm-smi is unnecessary. (right???) (except maybe for fans)

Just an idea for more flexibility....

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@Fullzero

Version 0013

Can you make a global switch to turn off all overclocking?

OVERCLOCK="OFF"

This will allow a single onebash to work on rigs that have all cards fully modded and have mixed R9 with RX.

Currently I just did this.... Get some errors but it works...

# select level: to see supported clocks scroll to the top of the mining process
#  __CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7  # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
#  MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=1   # use highest level

Unless I am missing something if the cards are modded with timings, undervolted and clock speeds then rocm-smi is unnecessary. (right???) (except maybe for fans)

Just an idea for more flexibility....


I will make a switch like this:

You probably want manual fans; so I will exclude that.

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So I have been watching all the cool stuff going into the Nvidia build and wondering why the AMD build is getting no love when it occurred to me....Why not make ONE build for both?
Wouldn't it work to just have AMD AND Nvidia drivers in one build?

I am currently building a new mixed rig with 4 AMD and 1 Nvidia and plan on using rxOC build 12 and adding the NV drivers manually and then just run a second screen.
Thats sort of where this idea of a single build came into play..

Some sort of switch like IF GPU=NVIDIA THEN (DO SOMETHING HERE LIKE USE NVIDIA DRIVERS) ELSE (USE AMD STUFF HERE)

Just thinking out loud...
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fullzero wrote that there are some issues with X11 configuration mixing the drivers. I guess it is ok in manual mode for particular installation/rig, but a bit harder to make it for any configuration of rig.
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Yeah I guess there must a good reason why Fullzero hasn't already done it lol..

I am changing my idea some right now. Burning the NV version and then adding the AMD drivers. That way I get all the new features Smiley
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Yeah I guess there must a good reason why Fullzero hasn't already done it lol..

I am changing my idea some right now. Burning the NV version and then adding the AMD drivers. That way I get all the new features Smiley

Ok this won't work lol. xORG issues all over the place...
Back to Windows for mixed rigs...Sad
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Mixing AMD and NVidia in LINUX is at best a royal PITA, and often just flat out doesn't work.

 I spent about 3 WEEKS trying different things to get the AMD 15.12 drivers and a reasonably current NVidia driver working on one of my A10-7860K based rigs, never did get it all working so finally gave up on the idea.

 That's WHY I'm currently working on shifting cards around as I can, to get them away from mixed-GPU so I can drop Windows in favor of much-more-reliable LINUX for my dedicated mining rigs - it USED to work, but doesn't seem to do so any more on recent driver versions.

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So I have been watching all the cool stuff going into the Nvidia build and wondering why the AMD build is getting no love when it occurred to me....Why not make ONE build for both?
Wouldn't it work to just have AMD AND Nvidia drivers in one build?

I am currently building a new mixed rig with 4 AMD and 1 Nvidia and plan on using rxOC build 12 and adding the NV drivers manually and then just run a second screen.
Thats sort of where this idea of a single build came into play..

Some sort of switch like IF GPU=NVIDIA THEN (DO SOMETHING HERE LIKE USE NVIDIA DRIVERS) ELSE (USE AMD STUFF HERE)

Just thinking out loud...


I will implement all the transferable changes from nvOC to rxOC.  Some of them are Nvidia api dependent and might not have an AMD version and thus are not transferable.


Yeah I guess there must a good reason why Fullzero hasn't already done it lol..

I am changing my idea some right now. Burning the NV version and then adding the AMD drivers. That way I get all the new features Smiley

Ok this won't work lol. xORG issues all over the place...
Back to Windows for mixed rigs...Sad

Newer versions of *nix don't like mixing nvidia and amd.  I have gotten them to work together on specific rigs and in console mode (they don't like X together); but the methods I used are in no way portable.  Also only Claymore Ethash client seems to support AMD and Nvidia on the same rig; so there is little incentive to merge them.  This is as QuintLeo has said before; something Windows does better.


Mixing AMD and NVidia in LINUX is at best a royal PITA, and often just flat out doesn't work.

 I spent about 3 WEEKS trying different things to get the AMD 15.12 drivers and a reasonably current NVidia driver working on one of my A10-7860K based rigs, never did get it all working so finally gave up on the idea.

 That's WHY I'm currently working on shifting cards around as I can, to get them away from mixed-GPU so I can drop Windows in favor of much-more-reliable LINUX for my dedicated mining rigs - it USED to work, but doesn't seem to do so any more on recent driver versions.

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Need help guys. My rig keeps crashing and I don't know why. Running rxoc v0012

mobo is biostar tb250-btc
gpu 1 is a sapphire 580 4gb nitro+
gpu 2 is a xfx 480 4gb (with the stupid white leds)

If I run both gpus with unchanged clocks on onebash, I get pcie bus errors and it fills up the USB. I know it's not the risers because I tested them individually (after receiving replacements from the seller) on both gpus using smOS and rxoc individually and got no pcie errors.

I'm mining ZEC and it doesn't matter if I use optiminer or claymore, eventually the system hangs due to some error. I checked the error logs and this is a snippet of what I find

from the xorg.0.log: [  2402.679] (WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246   (a crapload of these)

from the syslog.log:            only the 580 gpu running:

Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap/start failed with result 'dependency'.
Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device/start failed with result 'timeout'.
Jul 14 21:17:01 m1-desktop CRON[4102]: (root) CMD (   cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)              

(the miner crashed and restarted at 21:15)


Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674236] gmc_v8_0_process_interrupt: 39 callbacks suppressed
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674247] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: GPU fault detected: 147 0x09020402
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674253] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_ADDR   0x00018920
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674257] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_STATUS 0x03004002
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674263] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: VM fault (0x02, vmid 1) at page 100640, write from 'TC1' (0x54433100) (4)

Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.731128] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: IH ring buffer overflow (0x00081AD0, 0x000016C0, 0x00001AE0)


(I had never seen these before by the way, just pcie bus errors)


from the terminal running the claymore miner and throwing a fit:


ZEC: 07/14/17-21:13:42 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 311.807 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:13
ZEC: GPU0 311.807 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
DevFee: ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'zec.suprnova.cc' <46.105.114.185> port 2242
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:14:09 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 309.570 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:14
ZEC: GPU0 309.570 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:10 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 310.868 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:15
ZEC: GPU0 310.868 H/s
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:15 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (166 ms)!
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!


What's going on? bad gpus? bad mobo? risers have been swapped out already 2 times. I am a total Linux noob by the way.









 
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Need help guys. My rig keeps crashing and I don't know why. Running rxoc v0012

mobo is biostar tb250-btc
gpu 1 is a sapphire 580 4gb nitro+
gpu 2 is a xfx 480 4gb (with the stupid white leds)

If I run both gpus with unchanged clocks on onebash, I get pcie bus errors and it fills up the USB. I know it's not the risers because I tested them individually (after receiving replacements from the seller) on both gpus using smOS and rxoc individually and got no pcie errors.

I'm mining ZEC and it doesn't matter if I use optiminer or claymore, eventually the system hangs due to some error. I checked the error logs and this is a snippet of what I find

from the xorg.0.log: [  2402.679] (WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246   (a crapload of these)

from the syslog.log:            only the 580 gpu running:

Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap/start failed with result 'dependency'.
Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device/start failed with result 'timeout'.
Jul 14 21:17:01 m1-desktop CRON[4102]: (root) CMD (   cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)              

(the miner crashed and restarted at 21:15)


Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674236] gmc_v8_0_process_interrupt: 39 callbacks suppressed
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674247] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: GPU fault detected: 147 0x09020402
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674253] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_ADDR   0x00018920
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674257] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_STATUS 0x03004002
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674263] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: VM fault (0x02, vmid 1) at page 100640, write from 'TC1' (0x54433100) (4)

Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.731128] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: IH ring buffer overflow (0x00081AD0, 0x000016C0, 0x00001AE0)


(I had never seen these before by the way, just pcie bus errors)


from the terminal running the claymore miner and throwing a fit:


ZEC: 07/14/17-21:13:42 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 311.807 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:13
ZEC: GPU0 311.807 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
DevFee: ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'zec.suprnova.cc' <46.105.114.185> port 2242
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:14:09 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 309.570 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:14
ZEC: GPU0 309.570 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:10 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 310.868 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:15
ZEC: GPU0 310.868 H/s
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:15 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (166 ms)!
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!

What's going on? bad gpus? bad mobo? risers have been swapped out already 2 times. I am a total Linux noob by the way.

First I would try setting:
Code:
OVERDRIVE="NO"

and seeing if that is what is causing the problem.

Ensure your fan speed is set high enough to keep your GPUs cool:

I would try 200

Code:
FAN_SPEED=200


It also looks like there are some disk errors occurring: if disabling the overdrive and increasing the fan speed doesn't solve the problem: I would reimage the USB or use another USB.

Let me know how it goes.


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fullzero, thank you for your NvOc and RxOc. Can you please update the RxOc? I want to change SimpleMining to something better, flexible configuration, but RxOc is didn't updated so long time and I don't know if you stop working on this.

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fullzero, thank you for your NvOc and RxOc. Can you please update the RxOc? I want to change SimpleMining to something better, flexible configuration, but RxOc is didn't updated so long time and I don't know if you stop working on this.

I am planning on updating rxOC with a new version this week.  First I am updating the 1bash for nvOC with all the requested coin changes / then I will update and release a new rxOC version.   Smiley

Doing it this way is faster in the long run.

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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
I have extra pendrives but I am not able to copy the image there because they are 15.5 Gb and I it needs 15.6.


If the bios posts; you can access the grub loader menu by pressing

esc

continuously while booting (note holding it down doesn't usually work), then select boot in recovery mode. 

in recovery mode:

Enable networking

then install updates from the cmd prompt:
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --yes

and reboot

this should ensure your build has all known system files for your system.



I tried again a MSI Z270 gamining PLUS, only one gpu connected to the monitor, disabled avobe 4g memory, and it worked.
If I enable 4g, the screen gets like this http://imgur.com/a/w8sSc . Dont even reach grub.
I tried in UEFI and Legacy, and PCI gen 1 and 2.
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Need help guys. My rig keeps crashing and I don't know why. Running rxoc v0012

mobo is biostar tb250-btc
gpu 1 is a sapphire 580 4gb nitro+
gpu 2 is a xfx 480 4gb (with the stupid white leds)

If I run both gpus with unchanged clocks on onebash, I get pcie bus errors and it fills up the USB. I know it's not the risers because I tested them individually (after receiving replacements from the seller) on both gpus using smOS and rxoc individually and got no pcie errors.

I'm mining ZEC and it doesn't matter if I use optiminer or claymore, eventually the system hangs due to some error. I checked the error logs and this is a snippet of what I find

from the xorg.0.log: [  2402.679] (WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246   (a crapload of these)

from the syslog.log:            only the 580 gpu running:

Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap/start failed with result 'dependency'.
Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device/start failed with result 'timeout'.
Jul 14 21:17:01 m1-desktop CRON[4102]: (root) CMD (   cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)              

(the miner crashed and restarted at 21:15)


Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674236] gmc_v8_0_process_interrupt: 39 callbacks suppressed
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674247] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: GPU fault detected: 147 0x09020402
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674253] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_ADDR   0x00018920
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674257] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_STATUS 0x03004002
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674263] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: VM fault (0x02, vmid 1) at page 100640, write from 'TC1' (0x54433100) (4)

Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.731128] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: IH ring buffer overflow (0x00081AD0, 0x000016C0, 0x00001AE0)


(I had never seen these before by the way, just pcie bus errors)


from the terminal running the claymore miner and throwing a fit:


ZEC: 07/14/17-21:13:42 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 311.807 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:13
ZEC: GPU0 311.807 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
DevFee: ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'zec.suprnova.cc' <46.105.114.185> port 2242
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:14:09 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 309.570 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:14
ZEC: GPU0 309.570 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:10 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 310.868 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:15
ZEC: GPU0 310.868 H/s
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:15 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (166 ms)!
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!

What's going on? bad gpus? bad mobo? risers have been swapped out already 2 times. I am a total Linux noob by the way.

First I would try setting:
Code:
OVERDRIVE="NO"

and seeing if that is what is causing the problem.

Ensure your fan speed is set high enough to keep your GPUs cool:

I would try 200

Code:
FAN_SPEED=200


It also looks like there are some disk errors occurring: if disabling the overdrive and increasing the fan speed doesn't solve the problem: I would reimage the USB or use another USB.

Let me know how it goes.



Well, I just tried to run rxoc again, I turned off OVERDRIVE and increased fan speed to 200. I am still getting spammed with these errors in xorg log

(WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246

and pci errors in syslog.log but I know for a fact that the risers are good. I think it might be the mobo, Guntis Vintolins posted a video on youtube and had problems running your OS on biostar tb250 (he has the 12 riser board) and went back to his previous OS. What else do you suggest I try?
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Maybe this will work:

Ensure the monitor is connected to the primary GPU ( the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU )

Disconnect the USB or SSD/HHD from the rig.

Fully power off everything: including the PSU.

Press the power button several times to clear any remaining power in the mobo.

Turn the PSU powerswitch back to | "on".

power on (without the USB attached)

See if the bios posts; if you get nothing in 20 seconds; press ctrl + alt + del repeatedly until the system reboots.

Wait and see if the bios posts.

If the bios posts attach the USB key to a USB 2.0 port and press ctrl + alt + delete.


if it boots; stop the mining process before it starts mining:

then go to the top left and click the ubuntu button

type u

and click on software updater

run updates

reboot

Let me know if this works.


I tried with a new motherboard MSI Z270 Gaming Plus with only one GPU directly connected to it,  and a new PSU.
Same Result.
I have extra pendrives but I am not able to copy the image there because they are 15.5 Gb and I it needs 15.6.


If the bios posts; you can access the grub loader menu by pressing

esc

continuously while booting (note holding it down doesn't usually work), then select boot in recovery mode. 

in recovery mode:

Enable networking

then install updates from the cmd prompt:
Code:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --yes

and reboot

this should ensure your build has all known system files for your system.



I tried again a MSI Z270 gamining PLUS, only one gpu connected to the monitor, disabled avobe 4g memory, and it worked.
If I enable 4g, the screen gets like this http://imgur.com/a/w8sSc . Dont even reach grub.
I tried in UEFI and Legacy, and PCI gen 1 and 2.

Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

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Hey,

I tried to image rxOC on a 32 gb flash drive, I am using the link with multiple colors for v0012 -  "rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos"

is this the correct link to we download and then image onto our usb after we decompress it?

I imaged the usb and tried using it on one of my rigs but it's just a black screen for hours with some text in the top left corner.
/devsda2: recovering Journal
/dev/sda2: clean, 456748/958464 files, 2246366/3805440 blocks

I tried doing the cmd and typing what you said to put and I get "they system cannot find the file specified"

I tried this on my mac as well and the command does not work, so what am I doing incorrectly? Thank you!
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Need help guys. My rig keeps crashing and I don't know why. Running rxoc v0012

mobo is biostar tb250-btc
gpu 1 is a sapphire 580 4gb nitro+
gpu 2 is a xfx 480 4gb (with the stupid white leds)

If I run both gpus with unchanged clocks on onebash, I get pcie bus errors and it fills up the USB. I know it's not the risers because I tested them individually (after receiving replacements from the seller) on both gpus using smOS and rxoc individually and got no pcie errors.

I'm mining ZEC and it doesn't matter if I use optiminer or claymore, eventually the system hangs due to some error. I checked the error logs and this is a snippet of what I find

from the xorg.0.log: [  2402.679] (WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246   (a crapload of these)

from the syslog.log:            only the 580 gpu running:

Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.swap/start failed with result 'dependency'.
Jul 14 21:14:30 m1-desktop systemd[1]: dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device: Job dev-disk-by\x2duuid-d06ff735\x2d6872\x2d4264\x2daa59\x2dd42811d47b35.device/start failed with result 'timeout'.
Jul 14 21:17:01 m1-desktop CRON[4102]: (root) CMD (   cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)              

(the miner crashed and restarted at 21:15)


Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674236] gmc_v8_0_process_interrupt: 39 callbacks suppressed
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674247] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: GPU fault detected: 147 0x09020402
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674253] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_ADDR   0x00018920
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674257] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0:   VM_CONTEXT1_PROTECTION_FAULT_STATUS 0x03004002
Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.674263] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: VM fault (0x02, vmid 1) at page 100640, write from 'TC1' (0x54433100) (4)

Jul 14 21:32:31 m1-desktop kernel: [ 2752.731128] amdgpu 0000:01:00.0: IH ring buffer overflow (0x00081AD0, 0x000016C0, 0x00001AE0)


(I had never seen these before by the way, just pcie bus errors)


from the terminal running the claymore miner and throwing a fit:


ZEC: 07/14/17-21:13:42 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 311.807 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:13
ZEC: GPU0 311.807 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
DevFee: ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'zec.suprnova.cc' <46.105.114.185> port 2242
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:14:09 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 309.570 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:14
ZEC: GPU0 309.570 H/s
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:10 - New job from zec-us-west1.nanopool.org:6666
ZEC - Total Speed: 310.868 H/s, Total Shares: 9, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:15
ZEC: GPU0 310.868 H/s
ZEC: 07/14/17-21:15:15 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (166 ms)!
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
GPU0 t=57C fan=66%
Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!

What's going on? bad gpus? bad mobo? risers have been swapped out already 2 times. I am a total Linux noob by the way.

First I would try setting:
Code:
OVERDRIVE="NO"

and seeing if that is what is causing the problem.

Ensure your fan speed is set high enough to keep your GPUs cool:

I would try 200

Code:
FAN_SPEED=200


It also looks like there are some disk errors occurring: if disabling the overdrive and increasing the fan speed doesn't solve the problem: I would reimage the USB or use another USB.

Let me know how it goes.



Well, I just tried to run rxoc again, I turned off OVERDRIVE and increased fan speed to 200. I am still getting spammed with these errors in xorg log

(WW) AMDGPU(0): amdgpu_dri2_flip_event_handler: Pageflip completion event has impossible msc 143245 < target_msc 143246

and pci errors in syslog.log but I know for a fact that the risers are good. I think it might be the mobo, Guntis Vintolins posted a video on youtube and had problems running your OS on biostar tb250 (he has the 12 riser board) and went back to his previous OS. What else do you suggest I try?

Those errors most likely involve PCIe lanes and specific submodules like an audiocontroller ect that also use the PCIe lanes; having conflicts / inadequate bandwidth.  So yes I think this is a mobo problem; could potentially be solved by changing some bios settings: but using a different mobo should be the quick and easy solution.

I haven't tried 12x AMD gpus on the new 12x biostar yet, but I imagine the same process to change the 2x bios settings must be used for AMD GPUs as it needs to be used for Nvidia GPUs.  See the nvOC OP for this information.


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Hey,

I tried to image rxOC on a 32 gb flash drive, I am using the link with multiple colors for v0012 -  "rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos"

is this the correct link to we download and then image onto our usb after we decompress it?

I imaged the usb and tried using it on one of my rigs but it's just a black screen for hours with some text in the top left corner.
/devsda2: recovering Journal
/dev/sda2: clean, 456748/958464 files, 2246366/3805440 blocks

I tried doing the cmd and typing what you said to put and I get "they system cannot find the file specified"

I tried this on my mac as well and the command does not work, so what am I doing incorrectly? Thank you!


With the downloaded zip follow the process in this post to verify the downloaded zip file has no errors:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19861481#msg19861481


If you are having trouble verifying the sha256 hash; most likely you are not replacing:

Code:
PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE

with the path to your downloaded zip

you can find the path by:

Code:
dragging the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


after you have confirmed the sha256 hash

Extract the img from the zip file (this will take several minutes)

Use the resulting image as the source when imaging to a USB key.

Your first imaging may have had an error; and reimaging is most likely the solution.

However it is always a good idea to verify a download ( when it is this large ).


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Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Yes! I am currently using 7A75v12 (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-GAMING-PLUS.html)
Does it have to be in a special latency value? It is set by default in 32b. Pcie gen 1 o 2? UEFI o Legacy?
I've tried many permutations, all the same problem.

I've been trying with 4 GPU.
With disabled above 4g memory, only 3 GPUS are detected in most cases (sometimes all of them are able to mine)
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Hey,

I tried to image rxOC on a 32 gb flash drive, I am using the link with multiple colors for v0012 -  "rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos"

is this the correct link to we download and then image onto our usb after we decompress it?

I imaged the usb and tried using it on one of my rigs but it's just a black screen for hours with some text in the top left corner.
/devsda2: recovering Journal
/dev/sda2: clean, 456748/958464 files, 2246366/3805440 blocks

I tried doing the cmd and typing what you said to put and I get "they system cannot find the file specified"

I tried this on my mac as well and the command does not work, so what am I doing incorrectly? Thank you!


With the downloaded zip follow the process in this post to verify the downloaded zip file has no errors:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19861481#msg19861481


If you are having trouble verifying the sha256 hash; most likely you are not replacing:

Code:
PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE

with the path to your downloaded zip

you can find the path by:

Code:
dragging the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


after you have confirmed the sha256 hash

Extract the img from the zip file (this will take several minutes)

Use the resulting image as the source when imaging to a USB key.

Your first imaging may have had an error; and reimaging is most likely the solution.

However it is always a good idea to verify a download ( when it is this large ).




Thank you for getting back to me. I started over from the beginning on my Mac. I downloaded it and dragged it onto my desktop. I could not confirm it in the terminal using SHA256

Terminal
http://imgur.com/JKGGB05

File info
http://imgur.com/qePW5ut

When I double click the file
http://imgur.com/d6IndVL




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Hey,

I tried to image rxOC on a 32 gb flash drive, I am using the link with multiple colors for v0012 -  "rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos"

is this the correct link to we download and then image onto our usb after we decompress it?

I imaged the usb and tried using it on one of my rigs but it's just a black screen for hours with some text in the top left corner.
/devsda2: recovering Journal
/dev/sda2: clean, 456748/958464 files, 2246366/3805440 blocks

I tried doing the cmd and typing what you said to put and I get "they system cannot find the file specified"

I tried this on my mac as well and the command does not work, so what am I doing incorrectly? Thank you!


With the downloaded zip follow the process in this post to verify the downloaded zip file has no errors:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19861481#msg19861481


If you are having trouble verifying the sha256 hash; most likely you are not replacing:

Code:
PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE

with the path to your downloaded zip

you can find the path by:

Code:
dragging the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


after you have confirmed the sha256 hash

Extract the img from the zip file (this will take several minutes)

Use the resulting image as the source when imaging to a USB key.

Your first imaging may have had an error; and reimaging is most likely the solution.

However it is always a good idea to verify a download ( when it is this large ).




Thank you for getting back to me. I started over from the beginning on my Mac. I downloaded it and dragged it onto my desktop. I could not confirm it in the terminal using SHA256

Terminal
http://imgur.com/JKGGB05

File info
http://imgur.com/qePW5ut

When I double click the file
http://imgur.com/d6IndVL


The sha256 sum posted was for the zip file; and you have found the hash for the extracted image.  I will find this hash later and check (but to verify the download do this with the zip file and see if the resulting hash matches the one from the post.


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Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Yes! I am currently using 7A75v12 (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-GAMING-PLUS.html)
Does it have to be in a special latency value? It is set by default in 32b. Pcie gen 1 o 2? UEFI o Legacy?
I've tried many permutations, all the same problem.

I've been trying with 4 GPU.
With disabled above 4g memory, only 3 GPUS are detected in most cases (sometimes all of them are able to mine)

I don't have one of these mobos; not sure what bios setting are needed. 

Does anyone have one of these mobos and know good bios settings?

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Hey,

I tried to image rxOC on a 32 gb flash drive, I am using the link with multiple colors for v0012 -  "rxOC_v0012 Google Drive Link use this image for all mobos"

is this the correct link to we download and then image onto our usb after we decompress it?

I imaged the usb and tried using it on one of my rigs but it's just a black screen for hours with some text in the top left corner.
/devsda2: recovering Journal
/dev/sda2: clean, 456748/958464 files, 2246366/3805440 blocks

I tried doing the cmd and typing what you said to put and I get "they system cannot find the file specified"

I tried this on my mac as well and the command does not work, so what am I doing incorrectly? Thank you!


With the downloaded zip follow the process in this post to verify the downloaded zip file has no errors:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg19861481#msg19861481


If you are having trouble verifying the sha256 hash; most likely you are not replacing:

Code:
PATH_TO_IMAGE_ZIP_HERE

with the path to your downloaded zip

you can find the path by:

Code:
dragging the zip to the terminal window to add the absolute path without typing it.


after you have confirmed the sha256 hash

Extract the img from the zip file (this will take several minutes)

Use the resulting image as the source when imaging to a USB key.

Your first imaging may have had an error; and reimaging is most likely the solution.

However it is always a good idea to verify a download ( when it is this large ).




Thank you for getting back to me. I started over from the beginning on my Mac. I downloaded it and dragged it onto my desktop. I could not confirm it in the terminal using SHA256

Terminal
http://imgur.com/JKGGB05

File info
http://imgur.com/qePW5ut

When I double click the file
http://imgur.com/d6IndVL


The sha256 sum posted was for the zip file; and you have found the hash for the extracted image.  I will find this hash later and check (but to verify the download do this with the zip file and see if the resulting hash matches the one from the post.



Thank you!
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Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Yes! I am currently using 7A75v12 (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-GAMING-PLUS.html)
Does it have to be in a special latency value? It is set by default in 32b. Pcie gen 1 o 2? UEFI o Legacy?
I've tried many permutations, all the same problem.

I've been trying with 4 GPU.
With disabled above 4g memory, only 3 GPUS are detected in most cases (sometimes all of them are able to mine)

I don't have one of these mobos; not sure what bios setting are needed. 

Does anyone have one of these mobos and know good bios settings?

Ok, I decided to try with 6 GPUs. The first attempts it got stucked at a black screen.
Then it started to show the debug console of linux and got stucked here: http://imgur.com/a/iDZ1a http://imgur.com/a/FSwHP (this is the final lines of the trace, the first sentence it showed said: "Invalid ROM content"
After that, the main gpu (the only connected on the pcie port closest to the micro) stop emiting image, and I was forced to connect the monitor to the other gpu in order to get image.
Then following attemps it went to the loading screen from ubuntu forever.
And then it started to work "fine" (only 4 gpus recognized)

The OS is only recognized in Legacy boot mode, if I switch to UEFI, it asks me for a booteable device.
I have two identical mobos (MSI Z270 gaming plus), both with the same problem: I cannot enable 4g memory. With your OS it shows the image I posted, and with other ones it only gets stucked in a black screen at logon.

I read a lot of posts in different forums from people with the same problem, and I tried everything and nothing worked. Sad
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Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Yes! I am currently using 7A75v12 (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-GAMING-PLUS.html)
Does it have to be in a special latency value? It is set by default in 32b. Pcie gen 1 o 2? UEFI o Legacy?
I've tried many permutations, all the same problem.

I've been trying with 4 GPU.
With disabled above 4g memory, only 3 GPUS are detected in most cases (sometimes all of them are able to mine)

I don't have one of these mobos; not sure what bios setting are needed. 

Does anyone have one of these mobos and know good bios settings?

I've this on the MSI official web page: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Z98LONNR0hTGM0Y0ViR0VXS2c/view
Its made for windows, how does it apply to your OS?
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Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Yes! I am currently using 7A75v12 (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-GAMING-PLUS.html)
Does it have to be in a special latency value? It is set by default in 32b. Pcie gen 1 o 2? UEFI o Legacy?
I've tried many permutations, all the same problem.

I've been trying with 4 GPU.
With disabled above 4g memory, only 3 GPUS are detected in most cases (sometimes all of them are able to mine)

I don't have one of these mobos; not sure what bios setting are needed. 

Does anyone have one of these mobos and know good bios settings?

I've this on the MSI official web page: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Z98LONNR0hTGM0Y0ViR0VXS2c/view
Its made for windows, how does it apply to your OS?


See the nvOC OP for that mobos required bios settings.

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fullzero, thank you for your NvOc and RxOc. Can you please update the RxOc? I want to change SimpleMining to something better, flexible configuration, but RxOc is didn't updated so long time and I don't know if you stop working on this.

I am planning on updating rxOC with a new version this week.  First I am updating the 1bash for nvOC with all the requested coin changes / then I will update and release a new rxOC version.   Smiley

Doing it this way is faster in the long run.

Any news about updating of RxOc?
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fullzero, thank you for your NvOc and RxOc. Can you please update the RxOc? I want to change SimpleMining to something better, flexible configuration, but RxOc is didn't updated so long time and I don't know if you stop working on this.

I am planning on updating rxOC with a new version this week.  First I am updating the 1bash for nvOC with all the requested coin changes / then I will update and release a new rxOC version.   Smiley

Doing it this way is faster in the long run.

Any news about updating of RxOc?


Sorry; I have fallen behind on my timeline.  To say, I have been distracted by the Bitcoin situation; would be an understatement.  I will start splitting my time between nvOC and rxOC until I finish v0013.  I realize adding a watchdog and autotemp will make a huge difference.

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This is exactly what I was looking for Cool I was done with the error 43 in Windows 10 with my RX570 cards.

An overclock option in MHz like said before in this topic would be very nice! That's actually the only thing that fails in Linux; an Afterburner alternative.

I tried to overclock with Polaris with the same numbers as I used in Windows and getting good hashrates while testing, but unfortunately it's not stable. I keep getting OpenCL errors in Claymore after a while. I got back to stock and will experiment later on. Maybe Claymore 9.7 will do this better?

Keep up the good work! When I got this AMD rig stable I will switch all of them to rxOC and nvOC.
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This is exactly what I was looking for Cool I was done with the error 43 in Windows 10 with my RX570 cards.

An overclock option in MHz like said before in this topic would be very nice! That's actually the only thing that fails in Linux; an Afterburner alternative.

I tried to overclock with Polaris with the same numbers as I used in Windows and getting good hashrates while testing, but unfortunately it's not stable. I keep getting OpenCL errors in Claymore after a while. I got back to stock and will experiment later on. Maybe Claymore 9.7 will do this better?

Keep up the good work! When I got this AMD rig stable I will switch all of them to rxOC and nvOC.

I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.
Alternatively you can mine with Claymore and set clock speeds in the command line. (if you dont mind paying the Claymore tax)
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This is exactly what I was looking for Cool I was done with the error 43 in Windows 10 with my RX570 cards.

An overclock option in MHz like said before in this topic would be very nice! That's actually the only thing that fails in Linux; an Afterburner alternative.

I tried to overclock with Polaris with the same numbers as I used in Windows and getting good hashrates while testing, but unfortunately it's not stable. I keep getting OpenCL errors in Claymore after a while. I got back to stock and will experiment later on. Maybe Claymore 9.7 will do this better?

Keep up the good work! When I got this AMD rig stable I will switch all of them to rxOC and nvOC.

I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.
Alternatively you can mine with Claymore and set clock speeds in the command line. (if you dont mind paying the Claymore tax)


My owner and I made OhGodATool for this - and it works well. Claymore's options for voltage, fanspeed, and clocks do nothing on *nix.

Code:
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This is exactly what I was looking for Cool I was done with the error 43 in Windows 10 with my RX570 cards.

An overclock option in MHz like said before in this topic would be very nice! That's actually the only thing that fails in Linux; an Afterburner alternative.

I tried to overclock with Polaris with the same numbers as I used in Windows and getting good hashrates while testing, but unfortunately it's not stable. I keep getting OpenCL errors in Claymore after a while. I got back to stock and will experiment later on. Maybe Claymore 9.7 will do this better?

Keep up the good work! When I got this AMD rig stable I will switch all of them to rxOC and nvOC.

I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.
Alternatively you can mine with Claymore and set clock speeds in the command line. (if you dont mind paying the Claymore tax)


My owner and I made OhGodATool for this - and it works well. Claymore's options for voltage, fanspeed, and clocks do nothing on *nix.

Very nice.

I might have to get OhGodAnOffset from you later.  Smiley

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I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.

I did some quick tests with the numbers I know from Windows 10 that I used in MSI Afterburner. In Ubuntu I got at the beginning almost the same hashrates as in Windows, but unfortunately Claymore hangs after 5 minutes because of OpenCL errors. Next week I finally have some more free time and will experiment a bit more with the bios to get higher hashrates. I'm getting 23,4 Mh/s now and in Windows 10 I got about 28,5 Mh/s so that's a 30 Mh/s difference with a 6 card rig. But Windows is not an option anymore with my AMD cards, it was giving me a lot of headache Wink


My owner and I made OhGodATool for this - and it works well. Claymore's options for voltage, fanspeed, and clocks do nothing on *nix.

That sounds great for future implementation. You are right about Claymore, I tried -cclock and -mclock but it does nothing.
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I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.

I did some quick tests with the numbers I know from Windows 10 that I used in MSI Afterburner. In Ubuntu I got at the beginning almost the same hashrates as in Windows, but unfortunately Claymore hangs after 5 minutes because of OpenCL errors. Next week I finally have some more free time and will experiment a bit more with the bios to get higher hashrates. I'm getting 23,4 Mh/s now and in Windows 10 I got about 28,5 Mh/s so that's a 30 Mh/s difference with a 6 card rig. But Windows is not an option anymore with my AMD cards, it was giving me a lot of headache Wink


My owner and I made OhGodATool for this - and it works well. Claymore's options for voltage, fanspeed, and clocks do nothing on *nix.

That sounds great for future implementation. You are right about Claymore, I tried -cclock and -mclock but it does nothing.

Oops sorry was thinking Windows when I wrote that. Claymore  does't support clock speeds on Linux. Although I don't need these tools as I bios modded a million cards I will definitely check out OhGodATool for the future.
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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you
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I suggest bios modding your AMD cards if your mining on Linux. No real good tools for OC'ing and stuff.
You can set your default clock speeds in the bios and be done with it.

I did some quick tests with the numbers I know from Windows 10 that I used in MSI Afterburner. In Ubuntu I got at the beginning almost the same hashrates as in Windows, but unfortunately Claymore hangs after 5 minutes because of OpenCL errors. Next week I finally have some more free time and will experiment a bit more with the bios to get higher hashrates. I'm getting 23,4 Mh/s now and in Windows 10 I got about 28,5 Mh/s so that's a 30 Mh/s difference with a 6 card rig. But Windows is not an option anymore with my AMD cards, it was giving me a lot of headache Wink


My owner and I made OhGodATool for this - and it works well. Claymore's options for voltage, fanspeed, and clocks do nothing on *nix.

That sounds great for future implementation. You are right about Claymore, I tried -cclock and -mclock but it does nothing.

I would use whatever OS works best for you.  If you mod your bios with the windows settings you normally use; in most cases linux will then work better.

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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you

ccminer is for Nvidia GPUs only.

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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you

ccminer is for Nvidia GPUs only.

Ok thanks...I think this will do it

https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer

Testing...

Nope failed on make again. I just don't understand enough linux to install this stuff.

sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config libtool libncurses5-dev
sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
cd sgminer
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo ./configure
sudo make

m1@m1-desktop:~/sgminer$ sudo make
make  all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Making all in lib
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make  all-recursive
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for 'all-am'.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
Making all in submodules
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Making all in jansson
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
make[3]: *** No rule to make target 'all'.  Stop.
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
Makefile:514: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Makefile:1790: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Makefile:664: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks







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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you

ccminer is for Nvidia GPUs only.

Ok thanks...I think this will do it

https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer

Testing...

Nope failed on make again. I just don't understand enough linux to install this stuff.

sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config libtool libncurses5-dev
sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
cd sgminer
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo ./configure
sudo make

m1@m1-desktop:~/sgminer$ sudo make
make  all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Making all in lib
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make  all-recursive
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for 'all-am'.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
Making all in submodules
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Making all in jansson
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
make[3]: *** No rule to make target 'all'.  Stop.
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
Makefile:514: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Makefile:1790: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Makefile:664: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


Guessing based on your errors:

clone or download:

Code:
https://github.com/akheron/jansson.git

and place the contents in the
Code:
'/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'

directory and try again

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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you

ccminer is for Nvidia GPUs only.

Ok thanks...I think this will do it

https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer

Testing...

Nope failed on make again. I just don't understand enough linux to install this stuff.

sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config libtool libncurses5-dev
sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
cd sgminer
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo ./configure
sudo make

m1@m1-desktop:~/sgminer$ sudo make
make  all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Making all in lib
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make  all-recursive
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for 'all-am'.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
Making all in submodules
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Making all in jansson
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
make[3]: *** No rule to make target 'all'.  Stop.
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
Makefile:514: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Makefile:1790: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Makefile:664: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


Guessing based on your errors:

clone or download:

Code:
https://github.com/akheron/jansson.git

and place the contents in the
Code:
'/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'

directory and try again


Figured it out. For anyone at home playing along here it is -

First blow away any sgminer folder you have

A: sudo rm -rf sgminer
B: Go get the new sgminer with skunk  - sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
C: Jump in the sgminer folder - cd sgminer
D: sudo git submodule init
E: sudo git submodule update
F: sudo autoreconf -i
G: sudo CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native" ./configure
H: sudo make

Now go set up 1bash for SIGT and go get some Smiley

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Mining some SIGT on rxOC with 3 AMD R9 390's




Now to do some calcs on whattomine and see if this is even profitable lol...if so take all the other rigs over
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If anyone is interested here is my MiningPoolHub setup for rxOC -
MPH auto adds your workers so you don't even have to go and set them up first...

# MPH (MININGPOOLHUB)
 
COIN="MPH"

MPH_WORKER="$IP_AS_WORKER"
MPH_ADDRESS="WhatEver"
MPH_POOL="us-east.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:12020"  (This is the auto-switching port)


if [ $COIN == "MPH" ]
then
HCD='/home/m1/eth/Genoil/ethminer'
ADDR="$MPH_ADDRESS.$MPH_WORKER"
$HCD -S $MPH_POOL -O $ADDR:x -G
fi

You can edit this last part if you want Claymore....
If your using Nvidia and nvOC make sure to see Scott Alfter's awesomeness at https://gitlab.com/salfter/mph_switch
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Hi.

Have two questions.

1. How I can boot without onebash? In pure linux.

2. Are any debugging mechanisms exist? After 1st boot have clean black screen - need to determine reason.

This is 1st time loading rxOC...
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I tried again a MSI Z270 gamining PLUS, only one gpu connected to the monitor, disabled avobe 4g memory, and it worked.
If I enable 4g, the screen gets like this http://imgur.com/a/w8sSc . Dont even reach grub.
I tried in UEFI and Legacy, and PCI gen 1 and 2.

Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Hi,

Got the same problem here.

I'm using MSI Z270-A PRO, when I enable above 4g memory in BIOS, I get that broken screen as in the link posted by Zucca. All my GPUs are Saphire RX 580.

Interesting enough, I used the same board with nvOC and 6x1080ti and did not have the problem. I'm using the latest BIOS.

Also another problem only in rxOC is that the Ubuntu doesn't recognize the network adapter on the mainboard. Worked fine on nvOC, only broken on rx0C. Any ideas?
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I tried again a MSI Z270 gamining PLUS, only one gpu connected to the monitor, disabled avobe 4g memory, and it worked.
If I enable 4g, the screen gets like this http://imgur.com/a/w8sSc . Dont even reach grub.
I tried in UEFI and Legacy, and PCI gen 1 and 2.

Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard?  

Hi,

Got the same problem here.

I'm using MSI Z270-A PRO, when I enable above 4g memory in BIOS, I get that broken screen as in the link posted by Zucca. All my GPUs are Saphire RX 580.

Interesting enough, I used the same board with nvOC and 6x1080ti and did not have the problem. I'm using the latest BIOS.

Also another problem only in rxOC is that the Ubuntu doesn't recognize the network adapter on the mainboard. Worked fine on nvOC, only broken on rx0C. Any ideas?

Hello,
The causes can be many, it is really hard to tell, I wasnt able solve the problem with this OS so I moved to Windows.
From the experience I have, a main diferrence between Windows and Linux is the driver, when linux amd driver cannot load a GPU, it fails and stops booting, Windows, in contrast, boots anyway and it hits you with a error message in the device manager o simply doesnt recognize the card.
I know that the main cause of blank screen when enabling 4G, is due to the amd driver not working properly.
What I think it could happened to me, some risers worked unstably and caused driver failures.
When you try to solve mining related issues, you have to make sure that the risers are working, otherwise you will get some errors that will be problematic to identify.
Probably nvidia drivers work different to amd.

@Edit: This guide should help you, https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Z98LONNR0hTGM0Y0ViR0VXS2c/view
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@Fullzero -

Can you give some instructions on installing all the flavors of ccminer on the RXoc build? I tired it myself but got errors when running "make" about cuda. Kind of a linux noob here, but I wanna try mining some of the new SIGT coin.

Thank you

ccminer is for Nvidia GPUs only.

Ok thanks...I think this will do it

https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer

Testing...

Nope failed on make again. I just don't understand enough linux to install this stuff.

sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config libtool libncurses5-dev
sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
cd sgminer
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo ./configure
sudo make

m1@m1-desktop:~/sgminer$ sudo make
make  all-recursive
make[1]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Making all in lib
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make  all-recursive
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for 'all-am'.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/lib'
Making all in submodules
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Making all in jansson
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
make[3]: *** No rule to make target 'all'.  Stop.
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'
Makefile:514: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer/submodules'
Makefile:1790: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/sgminer'
Makefile:664: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


Guessing based on your errors:

clone or download:

Code:
https://github.com/akheron/jansson.git

and place the contents in the
Code:
'/home/m1/sgminer/submodules/jansson'

directory and try again


Figured it out. For anyone at home playing along here it is -

First blow away any sgminer folder you have

A: sudo rm -rf sgminer
B: Go get the new sgminer with skunk  - sudo git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/sgminer.git
C: Jump in the sgminer folder - cd sgminer
D: sudo git submodule init
E: sudo git submodule update
F: sudo autoreconf -i
G: sudo CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native" ./configure
H: sudo make

Now go set up 1bash for SIGT and go get some Smiley



Thanks for making a guide; saves time everytime.

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Hi.

Have two questions.

1. How I can boot without onebash? In pure linux.

2. Are any debugging mechanisms exist? After 1st boot have clean black screen - need to determine reason.

This is 1st time loading rxOC...

go to the top left and type

Code:
st

then click on startup applications

unselect boot or mining (I don't remember what I named it off the top of my head)

you can also open 2unix and  comment out the line:

Code:
bash '/home/m1/1bash'

by adding a # to the front of it.

Ensure you have the monitor connected to the primary 16x slot closest to the CPU. 

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I tried again a MSI Z270 gamining PLUS, only one gpu connected to the monitor, disabled avobe 4g memory, and it worked.
If I enable 4g, the screen gets like this http://imgur.com/a/w8sSc . Dont even reach grub.
I tried in UEFI and Legacy, and PCI gen 1 and 2.

Have you tried updating the bios on this motherboard? 

Hi,

Got the same problem here.

I'm using MSI Z270-A PRO, when I enable above 4g memory in BIOS, I get that broken screen as in the link posted by Zucca. All my GPUs are Saphire RX 580.

Interesting enough, I used the same board with nvOC and 6x1080ti and did not have the problem. I'm using the latest BIOS.

Also another problem only in rxOC is that the Ubuntu doesn't recognize the network adapter on the mainboard. Worked fine on nvOC, only broken on rx0C. Any ideas?

try running updates:

Click Ubuntu button on top left and type:

u

Click on software updater

Install updates

Reboot

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Hi, fullzero.

First of all - thanks for your work.

You are using 17.10 AMD driver in your build. But latest AMD driver for RX series is 17.30. Does it make sense to use latest version of driver?
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Hello anyone can help me im stuck on log in when i try to enter the password screen just blink and back to log in
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Hi, fullzero.

First of all - thanks for your work.

You are using 17.10 AMD driver in your build. But latest AMD driver for RX series is 17.30. Does it make sense to use latest version of driver?


I will test the newer driver and use it for the next version if it is better.

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Hello anyone can help me im stuck on log in when i try to enter the password screen just blink and back to log in


Have you connected the monitor to the integrated graphics on the mobo?  Do you have an nvidia GPU on your rig?  What components are you using.

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Hello anyone can help me im stuck on log in when i try to enter the password screen just blink and back to log in
https://ibb.co/fQxg7F

Have you connected the monitor to the integrated graphics on the mobo?  Do you have an nvidia GPU on your rig?  What components are you using.

Thank you FullZero

Yes i use plug in my monitor on mother board ...im using Biostar TB250 BTC pro, pentium G4650,16gig memory sticks,usb 3.0 sandisk 32 gig 6 rx570 and 6 470 all 4 gig,,(for test i only plug 1 gpu) no nvidia card mix on

mobo bios is updated,bios setting is configure as on the instruction
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Thank you fullzero for your awesome work.
Having configured the BIOS according to the guide and added "pci=noaer" as well as "pcie_aspm=off" to the grub boot parameter, I can successfully boot the machine. Currently I face a few problem with my 12 R9 390X rig. First, it boots into low graphics mode, which isn't too bad as there is still a terminal for me to run oneBash. However oneBash always hangs here.
http://imgur.com/thIws8b
I tried running Genoil and Claymore in ~/eth/Genoil and ~/eth/9_5 respectively and both ran into the "GPU fault detected:147" just after a few seconds of mining.
http://imgur.com/E36sdze
Dividing the GPUs into separated Claymore sessions helps but I have never been successful in running all the 12 GPUs. While ubuntu recognises all 12 GPU judging from lspci output, if more than 8 GPU is mining the error "GPU fault detected:147" will appear.
Any hint on how to solve these problems?

Hardware: Biostar TB-250 Pro Ver.6, Intel Celeron G3930, 4GB Ram, 3x 1200W Server PSU, 12x R9 390X.
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Hello anyone can help me im stuck on log in when i try to enter the password screen just blink and back to log in


Have you connected the monitor to the integrated graphics on the mobo?  Do you have an nvidia GPU on your rig?  What components are you using.

Thank you FullZero

Yes i use plug in my monitor on mother board ...im using Biostar TB250 BTC pro, pentium G4650,16gig memory sticks,usb 3.0 sandisk 32 gig 6 rx570 and 6 470 all 4 gig,,(for test i only plug 1 gpu) no nvidia card mix on

mobo bios is updated,bios setting is configure as on the instruction

Attach your monitor to the primary GPU; the one connected to the 16x slot closest to the CPU.  rxOC and nvOC don't support using integrated graphics.  This is most likely the problem.

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Thank you fullzero for your awesome work.
Having configured the BIOS according to the guide and added "pci=noaer" as well as "pcie_aspm=off" to the grub boot parameter, I can successfully boot the machine. Currently I face a few problem with my 12 R9 390X rig. First, it boots into low graphics mode, which isn't too bad as there is still a terminal for me to run oneBash. However oneBash always hangs here.

I tried running Genoil and Claymore in ~/eth/Genoil and ~/eth/9_5 respectively and both ran into the "GPU fault detected:147" just after a few seconds of mining.

Dividing the GPUs into separated Claymore sessions helps but I have never been successful in running all the 12 GPUs. While ubuntu recognises all 12 GPU judging from lspci output, if more than 8 GPU is mining the error "GPU fault detected:147" will appear.
Any hint on how to solve these problems?

Hardware: Biostar TB-250 Pro Ver.6, Intel Celeron G3930, 4GB Ram, 3x 1200W Server PSU, 12x R9 390X.

10% overdrive is probably too much for one, some, or all of your GPUs.  I would try setting overdrive to 0 to see if it is the problem.

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Hi fullzero and all.

Really...REALLY like the NvOC OS for my nVidia cards - using v17 without any hiccups for over a month now.

However, trying to spin up a 12-rig tb250-btc pro rig at the moment using rxOC v0012 and finding that I'm completely incapable of lowering the power consumption of the GPUs.

How can I verify that the MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL and __CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL parameters are actually doing what they're supposed to? The rocm-smi utility shows that the lower levels aren't being utilized properly...I'm either at the lowest level or highest, depending on the PERFORMANCE_LEVEL variable alone. So...sadly, it seems I can't get a middle ground.

No issues with these same cards (mix of RX580 Nitro+ and Pulse) within Windows.

Did some digging around with other mining OS and found that two of the big ones use wolfamdctrl to modify core-state and mem-state as well, but I haven't had any luck with that utility, either. The only values I seem to be able to change between rocm-smi and wolfamdctrl are the Fan speeds, memclock/core-clock, and overall Performance Level. Also, modifying the pp_tables directly by using 'echo manual > /sys/class/drm/card*/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level" and similar shows that nothing sticks.

All the work is being done under root - so I know it's not permission. It's almost as if something is overwriting every change I'm making, although nothing is jumping out at me...

Any ideas?

Here's an easy to see example of what I'm talking about:
root@bad:/home/m1# echo "manual" > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level
root@bad:/home/m1# more /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level
auto

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Hi fullzero and all.

Really...REALLY like the NvOC OS for my nVidia cards - using v17 without any hiccups for over a month now.

However, trying to spin up a 12-rig tb250-btc pro rig at the moment using rxOC v0012 and finding that I'm completely incapable of lowering the power consumption of the GPUs.

How can I verify that the MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL and __CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL parameters are actually doing what they're supposed to? The rocm-smi utility shows that the lower levels aren't being utilized properly...I'm either at the lowest level or highest, depending on the PERFORMANCE_LEVEL variable alone. So...sadly, it seems I can't get a middle ground.

No issues with these same cards (mix of RX580 Nitro+ and Pulse) within Windows.

Did some digging around with other mining OS and found that two of the big ones use wolfamdctrl to modify core-state and mem-state as well, but I haven't had any luck with that utility, either. The only values I seem to be able to change between rocm-smi and wolfamdctrl are the Fan speeds, memclock/core-clock, and overall Performance Level. Also, modifying the pp_tables directly by using 'echo manual > /sys/class/drm/card*/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level" and similar shows that nothing sticks.

All the work is being done under root - so I know it's not permission. It's almost as if something is overwriting every change I'm making, although nothing is jumping out at me...

Any ideas?

Here's an easy to see example of what I'm talking about:
root@bad:/home/m1# echo "manual" > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level
root@bad:/home/m1# more /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level
auto



I still need to mess around with the direct amd api commands. In my experience so far; the current amd api is absolute rubbish for the exact reason you are describing above.  AMD has announced they are making a new mining driver and api, hopefully it is as good as nvidia's.  I will look into making the current amd api OC better (it has to be possible as it can be done by the windows OC applications) probably after I finish nvOC v0019 and translate as many of the v0019 features to rxOC as possible.

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I still need to mess around with the direct amd api commands. In my experience so far; the current amd api is absolute rubbish for the exact reason you are describing above.  AMD has announced they are making a new mining driver and api, hopefully it is as good as nvidia's.  I will look into making the current amd api OC better (it has to be possible as it can be done by the windows OC applications) probably after I finish nvOC v0019 and translate as many of the v0019 features to rxOC as possible.

Thank you for the quick response and sanity-check.

I've had to abandon my late night trouble-shooting due to other affairs, but I'll be back to continue in a few weeks. In case you're curious, I left off attempting a clean Ubuntu desktop install (kernel 4.10.5) with AMDGPU-Pro 16.60 drivers. Also found it surprising that wolfamdctrl binary was so difficult to obtain - however, managed to pluck v1.2 from a "simple" OS as was trying that next as well...

Anyway - appreciate all your efforts into this distro. I'll certainly let you know if I come across anything substantial before you figure it out yourself.
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Can you set individual OC for different cards?
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Is it possible to set a resolution for Teamviewer, when there is no monitor connected to the rig? Because now I get a very low resolution.

I already looked here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution, but I am still a Linux beginner.

What do I have to do when I want to set the resolution to 1280 x 1024 for example?
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Is it possible to set a resolution for Teamviewer, when there is no monitor connected to the rig? Because now I get a very low resolution.

I already looked here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution, but I am still a Linux beginner.

What do I have to do when I want to set the resolution to 1280 x 1024 for example?

To have a high resolution team viewer either; leaver a monitor connected to the primary GPU or attach a dummy plug to the primary GPU.

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Can you set individual OC for different cards?

Currently no; rxOC does not support individual OC: mostly because the AMD API is shite.  I am now working on a new rxOC version.

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Any plans to implement the blockchain driver from AMD?
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Can you set individual OC for different cards?

Currently no; rxOC does not support individual OC: mostly because the AMD API is shite.  I am now working on a new rxOC version.
Thanks for your reply.

Is the overclocking in the rxOC oneBash file a level i.e. 1-10 rather than MHz as in the nvOC?
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Any plans to implement the blockchain driver from AMD?

Yes, I will use this driver for the next version.

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Any plans to implement the blockchain driver from AMD?

Yes, I will use this driver for the next version.

Any estimates on when the next version is coming out? Smiley
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Can you set individual OC for different cards?

Currently no; rxOC does not support individual OC: mostly because the AMD API is shite.  I am now working on a new rxOC version.
Thanks for your reply.

Is the overclocking in the rxOC oneBash file a level i.e. 1-10 rather than MHz as in the nvOC?

It is technically in percent:

OVERDRIVE_PERCENT

Although it is further complicated by the clocks having distinct ( levels ) which are essentially static clock speeds which can be selected.  Why AMD didn't use a standard offset as Nvidia does and previous AMD drivers did; I have no idea.  AMD has announced they are making a new mining optimized driver and api; at this point I would only make an AMD rig if someone offered to sell me GPUs at significantly discounted rates.

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Any plans to implement the blockchain driver from AMD?

Yes, I will use this driver for the next version.

Any estimates on when the next version is coming out? Smiley


This is the next thing to do on my list after building out some hardware.  I will start working on it in earnest this weekend; although I am not sure when it will be done.

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I tried running rxoc but I get a scrolling error, its hard to read but looks like error PCIe

Running an ASUS Prime H270-Plus, 8Gb RAM 4x RX470/ RX570. Have tried flashing the BIOS, enabling Above 4Gb decoding and setting PCIe to Gen 2.
Anything else I can try?
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I tried running rxoc but I get a scrolling error, its hard to read but looks like error PCIe

Running an ASUS Prime H270-Plus, 8Gb RAM 4x RX470/ RX570. Have tried flashing the BIOS, enabling Above 4Gb decoding and setting PCIe to Gen 2.
Anything else I can try?

If you try booting with a single gpu direct in the primary pcie slot; does the OS boot properly?

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I tried running rxoc but I get a scrolling error, its hard to read but looks like error PCIe

Running an ASUS Prime H270-Plus, 8Gb RAM 4x RX470/ RX570. Have tried flashing the BIOS, enabling Above 4Gb decoding and setting PCIe to Gen 2.
Anything else I can try?

If you try booting with a single gpu direct in the primary pcie slot; does the OS boot properly?

Yes it worked with one card. I am wondering if it doesn't like the mix of different cards rx470 / 570s
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I tried running rxoc but I get a scrolling error, its hard to read but looks like error PCIe

Running an ASUS Prime H270-Plus, 8Gb RAM 4x RX470/ RX570. Have tried flashing the BIOS, enabling Above 4Gb decoding and setting PCIe to Gen 2.
Anything else I can try?

If you try booting with a single gpu direct in the primary pcie slot; does the OS boot properly?

Yes it worked with one card. I am wondering if it doesn't like the mix of different cards rx470 / 570s

Maybe; I would try with the 4x 470s and see if it still works.

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Hello FullZero and all,
Thank you for this great rxOC v12, has been using it for two weeks with biostar tb250-btc pro 12pcie(but only 6 rx570 attached). Until today, I add another 6 rx570, it wont boot into my terminal, while I have enable 6+ gpu in bios, have set tolud to 3.5g, tried legacy/uefi combinations for storage and graphic in bios boot, still no luck today, the furthest I can go is until a message box pops telling me "the system is running in low graphics mode"(but I plug my hdmi into the same main gpu n monitor), if I click OK, it leads me to several options,
1, try running with default graphical mode
2, reconfigure graphics
3,trouble shoot the error
4, exit to console login
 but I was unable to choose other options except the first one, which brings me back to "the system is running in low graphics mode".... if I move to console 2, I could login to cli, and able to start claymore manually with 12 gpus working.

I am lost now, switching back to 6gpu, and everything is working perfectly.

Somebody please enlighten me to let all 12gpus working.

Thank you in advance
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Hello FullZero and all,
Thank you for this great rxOC v12, has been using it for two weeks with biostar tb250-btc pro 12pcie(but only 6 rx570 attached). Until today, I add another 6 rx570, it wont boot into my terminal, while I have enable 6+ gpu in bios, have set tolud to 3.5g, tried legacy/uefi combinations for storage and graphic in bios boot, still no luck today, the furthest I can go is until a message box pops telling me "the system is running in low graphics mode"(but I plug my hdmi into the same main gpu n monitor), if I click OK, it leads me to several options,
1, try running with default graphical mode
2, reconfigure graphics
3,trouble shoot the error
4, exit to console login
 but I was unable to choose other options except the first one, which brings me back to "the system is running in low graphics mode".... if I move to console 2, I could login to cli, and able to start claymore manually with 12 gpus working.

I am lost now, switching back to 6gpu, and everything is working perfectly.

Somebody please enlighten me to let all 12gpus working.

Thank you in advance

I have had a similar experience using 6x proDuo (although this begins to happen when more than 3x proDuo are used)  I will look into this more for v0013; for now what I am doing is starting the mining process via ssh on this rig, which is essentially the same as starting it manually from console mode, but easier as it doesn't require me to attach a monitor / keyboard / mouse to the rig.

I noted the ip for the rig, then on another computer; I use the terminal cmd:

Code:
ssh m1@the_rigs_ip_here

and press enter, then type yes (if it is the first time I am accessing the rig via ssh), then I enter miner1 as the password (unless you have changed it)

then I enter the cmd:

Code:
bash 2unix

this launches the OC, then mining process.



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Hello FullZero and all,
Thank you for this great rxOC v12, has been using it for two weeks with biostar tb250-btc pro 12pcie(but only 6 rx570 attached). Until today, I add another 6 rx570, it wont boot into my terminal, while I have enable 6+ gpu in bios, have set tolud to 3.5g, tried legacy/uefi combinations for storage and graphic in bios boot, still no luck today, the furthest I can go is until a message box pops telling me "the system is running in low graphics mode"(but I plug my hdmi into the same main gpu n monitor), if I click OK, it leads me to several options,
1, try running with default graphical mode
2, reconfigure graphics
3,trouble shoot the error
4, exit to console login
 but I was unable to choose other options except the first one, which brings me back to "the system is running in low graphics mode".... if I move to console 2, I could login to cli, and able to start claymore manually with 12 gpus working.

I am lost now, switching back to 6gpu, and everything is working perfectly.

Somebody please enlighten me to let all 12gpus working.

Thank you in advance

I have had a similar experience using 6x proDuo (although this begins to happen when more than 3x proDuo are used)  I will look into this more for v0013; for now what I am doing is starting the mining process via ssh on this rig, which is essentially the same as starting it manually from console mode, but easier as it doesn't require me to attach a monitor / keyboard / mouse to the rig.

I noted the ip for the rig, then on another computer; I use the terminal cmd:

Code:
ssh m1@the_rigs_ip_here

and press enter, then type yes (if it is the first time I am accessing the rig via ssh), then I enter miner1 as the password (unless you have changed it)

then I enter the cmd:

Code:
bash 2unix

this launches the OC, then mining process.




Thank you so much for your reply, will give it a try tomorrow.
Waiting for the better v013.
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Hi guys! This system have DAG FIX?  I very happy of NVOS on P106 mining =)
Now want RXOS for RX580 =)
Thanks!
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Good afternoon!
I have two problems with rxOS.
Help with solving problems.

1. Launch the 7 GPU system on rxOS.
Video cards with overclocking.

When I start the system, I get an error: "The system is running in low-graphics mode"

With 6 GPU, everything starts fine.

https://imghost.io/images/2017/09/13/photo_2017-09-13_12-24-05.md.jpg

2. After loading the system, an error occurs: "/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash: No such file or directory"
I found the solution, in manual mode through the File Browser I show the mount point.

https://imghost.io/images/2017/09/13/photo_2017-09-13_12-24-00.md.jpg

Screenshots with an error in the application.

Specification:
Motherboard ASUS PRIME Z270-A
Video cards MSI RX 470 Armor 4G
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Hello FullZero and all,
Thank you for this great rxOC v12, has been using it for two weeks with biostar tb250-btc pro 12pcie(but only 6 rx570 attached). Until today, I add another 6 rx570, it wont boot into my terminal, while I have enable 6+ gpu in bios, have set tolud to 3.5g, tried legacy/uefi combinations for storage and graphic in bios boot, still no luck today, the furthest I can go is until a message box pops telling me "the system is running in low graphics mode"(but I plug my hdmi into the same main gpu n monitor), if I click OK, it leads me to several options,
1, try running with default graphical mode
2, reconfigure graphics
3,trouble shoot the error
4, exit to console login
 but I was unable to choose other options except the first one, which brings me back to "the system is running in low graphics mode".... if I move to console 2, I could login to cli, and able to start claymore manually with 12 gpus working.

I am lost now, switching back to 6gpu, and everything is working perfectly.

Somebody please enlighten me to let all 12gpus working.

Thank you in advance

I have had a similar experience using 6x proDuo (although this begins to happen when more than 3x proDuo are used)  I will look into this more for v0013; for now what I am doing is starting the mining process via ssh on this rig, which is essentially the same as starting it manually from console mode, but easier as it doesn't require me to attach a monitor / keyboard / mouse to the rig.

I noted the ip for the rig, then on another computer; I use the terminal cmd:

Code:
ssh m1@the_rigs_ip_here

and press enter, then type yes (if it is the first time I am accessing the rig via ssh), then I enter miner1 as the password (unless you have changed it)

then I enter the cmd:

Code:
bash 2unix

this launches the OC, then mining process.




Thank you so much for your reply, will give it a try tomorrow.
Waiting for the better v013.

Looking at this I just realized it will not work without modifications.  I have been making the following modifications to rxOC before doing the above:

copying oneBash to the /home/m1 directory

then changing the line in 2unix to launch the oneBash located in the home directory rather than the windows partition:
Code:
bash '/home/m1/oneBash'

After making these changes you can ssh in as explained above and launch the OC + mining process using either:
Code:
bash 2unix

or
Code:
bash oneBash

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Hi guys! This system have DAG FIX?  I very happy of NVOS on P106 mining =)
Now want RXOS for RX580 =)
Thanks!

I will update the driver for the v0013

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Good afternoon!
I have two problems with rxOS.
Help with solving problems.

1. Launch the 7 GPU system on rxOS.
Video cards with overclocking.

When I start the system, I get an error: "The system is running in low-graphics mode"

With 6 GPU, everything starts fine.



2. After loading the system, an error occurs: "/media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash: No such file or directory"
I found the solution, in manual mode through the File Browser I show the mount point.



Screenshots with an error in the application.

Specification:
Motherboard ASUS PRIME Z270-A
Video cards MSI RX 470 Armor 4G


I am aware of this problem for now try the process in this post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg21875302#msg21875302


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any plans to add the ASrock H110 Pro BTC+ to the list of supported boards?

-phil
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any plans to add the ASrock H110 Pro BTC+ to the list of supported boards?

-phil

I have used these mobos with rxOC; when using more than 6x GPUs the driver and x stop working together and you will need to follow the process in this post for now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg21875302#msg21875302 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg21875302#msg21875302)


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OK, I tried to boot up a rig with this MB and it didn't work so I assumed it wasn't supported... I'll give it a try with fewer GPU's

-phil

any plans to add the ASrock H110 Pro BTC+ to the list of supported boards?

-phil

I have used these mobos with rxOC; when using more than 6x GPUs the driver and x stop working together and you will need to follow the process in this post for now:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg21875302#msg21875302 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg21875302#msg21875302)


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First - THANK YOU for nvOC and rxOC!!!

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

One question: any plans to support XMR/Monero in rxOC?
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I use RX580 Nitro+, and get 24 MHs only.
On the boot screen I see:

GPU[0]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 300Mhz *
GPU[0]       : 1: 1000Mhz
GPU[0]       : 2: 1750Mhz
GPU[0]       :

Where is 2000Mhz and more?

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is there a way to stop the mining process completely so I can test out another algo?

-phil
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so is there a way to disable mining so I can test another algorithm?

-phil
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First - THANK YOU for nvOC and rxOC!!!

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

One question: any plans to support XMR/Monero in rxOC?

I will add Stak to the next version.

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I use RX580 Nitro+, and get 24 MHs only.
On the boot screen I see:

GPU[0]       : Supported GPU Memory clock frequencies on GPU0
GPU[0]       : 0: 300Mhz *
GPU[0]       : 1: 1000Mhz
GPU[0]       : 2: 1750Mhz
GPU[0]       :

Where is 2000Mhz and more?

If you know the GPU supports those clock settings; it is probably a driver problem; After stabilizing the nvOC update I will make a new rxOC version ( it is overdue ).

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so is there a way to disable mining so I can test another algorithm?

-phil

Code:
pkill -e bash

or
Code:
pkill -e gnome-terminal

if your are SSHed in press

Code:
ctrl + c

to kill the process

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Hi, will v13 released soon?
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Hi, will v13 released soon?

It is next on my list; before v0020 nvOC.  I'm very busy right now; so I don't want to give a specific timeline.

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I just installed rxoc.  How do you edit the 1bash after i ssh in??? can i edit the 1bash from inside ubuntu locally?

how do you overclock amd cards on this also???
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I just installed rxoc.  How do you edit the 1bash after i ssh in??? can i edit the 1bash from inside ubuntu locally?

how do you overclock amd cards on this also???

Use these oneBash options for OC:
Code:
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=7   # for ETH use lowest without decreasing the hashrate / Highest for ZEC
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_LEVEL=1   # use highest level

OVERDRIVE="YES"                  # YES NO

# unlikely to be stable above 10%
OVERDRIVE_PERCENT=5
   

you can edit via SSH with the cmd:

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

you can open oneBash locally with the cmd:

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

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Hi, will v13 released soon?

It is next on my list; before v0020 nvOC.  I'm very busy right now; so I don't want to give a specific timeline.

Thanks for reply! Is there way to perform undervolt on cards, with your OS or in Linux generally?
I'm not very familiar with Linux.
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First all, Thank you very much for the awesome work you do!!

So,

Tried to put the DAG fix using the following:

#Install new ROCm Kernel:

wget -qO - http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/rocm.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo deb [arch=amd64] http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/ xenial main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rocm.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rocm

#edit grub
sudo nano  /etc/default/grub
#2MB fragments for Ellesmere are enabled with a grub option:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="amdgpu.vm_fragment_size=9"

sudo update-grub
sudo reboot


The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.

I know it's being updated in V13, anybody have a clue how to fix this first GPU problem in the meantime? I've just reverted back to untouched V12.

If anyone cares, my 580's run at about 25(no oc), with dag fix 27, but the first gpu will run at 14, would be nice to get them all to 27.
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Hi, will v13 released soon?

It is next on my list; before v0020 nvOC.  I'm very busy right now; so I don't want to give a specific timeline.

Thanks for reply! Is there way to perform undervolt on cards, with your OS or in Linux generally?
I'm not very familiar with Linux.

You need custom tools: see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984302.msg20432376#msg20432376

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First all, Thank you very much for the awesome work you do!!

So,

Tried to put the DAG fix using the following:

#Install new ROCm Kernel:

wget -qO - http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/rocm.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo deb [arch=amd64] http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/ xenial main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rocm.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rocm

#edit grub
sudo nano  /etc/default/grub
#2MB fragments for Ellesmere are enabled with a grub option:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="amdgpu.vm_fragment_size=9"

sudo update-grub
sudo reboot


The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.

I know it's being updated in V13, anybody have a clue how to fix this first GPU problem in the meantime? I've just reverted back to untouched V12.

If anyone cares, my 580's run at about 25(no oc), with dag fix 27, but the first gpu will run at 14, would be nice to get them all to 27.

What happens if you run headless?  Is the first GPU still nerfed?

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The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.


Try to change BIOS PCI-E link speed setting to "Auto"

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First all, Thank you very much for the awesome work you do!!

So,

Tried to put the DAG fix using the following:

#Install new ROCm Kernel:

wget -qO - http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/rocm.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo deb [arch=amd64] http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/ xenial main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rocm.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rocm

#edit grub
sudo nano  /etc/default/grub
#2MB fragments for Ellesmere are enabled with a grub option:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="amdgpu.vm_fragment_size=9"

sudo update-grub
sudo reboot


The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.

I know it's being updated in V13, anybody have a clue how to fix this first GPU problem in the meantime? I've just reverted back to untouched V12.

If anyone cares, my 580's run at about 25(no oc), with dag fix 27, but the first gpu will run at 14, would be nice to get them all to 27.

What happens if you run headless?  Is the first GPU still nerfed?

I did the same to apply dagfix, with the same effect on the GPU0, tried to run it headless and yes, it is the same slow without monitor attached. By the way I had the same problem with nvOC headless P106 rigs, and it was easily solved by reconfiguring xorg with nvidia tool when no monitor attached. Maybe reconfiguration is the right way here too, but I don't know how to do it with RX cards.
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First all, Thank you very much for the awesome work you do!!

So,

Tried to put the DAG fix using the following:

#Install new ROCm Kernel:

wget -qO - http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/rocm.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo deb [arch=amd64] http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/ xenial main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rocm.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rocm

#edit grub
sudo nano  /etc/default/grub
#2MB fragments for Ellesmere are enabled with a grub option:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="amdgpu.vm_fragment_size=9"

sudo update-grub
sudo reboot


The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.

I know it's being updated in V13, anybody have a clue how to fix this first GPU problem in the meantime? I've just reverted back to untouched V12.

If anyone cares, my 580's run at about 25(no oc), with dag fix 27, but the first gpu will run at 14, would be nice to get them all to 27.

What happens if you run headless?  Is the first GPU still nerfed?

I did the same to apply dagfix, with the same effect on the GPU0, tried to run it headless and yes, it is the same slow without monitor attached. By the way I had the same problem with nvOC headless P106 rigs, and it was easily solved by reconfiguring xorg with nvidia tool when no monitor attached. Maybe reconfiguration is the right way here too, but I don't know how to do it with RX cards.

Issue with slow GPU0 solved by setting it's PCIe slot to Gen2 in BIOS. I had Gen1 for all slots before.
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I've decided to stop waiting for v0013 and just run with v0012 for now because all my 1000-series rigs are now stable (thanks, @fullzero and all the contributors!) and my six Radeon RX470s were sitting idle (boo! BOO!)

But I'm running into a snag. On First Boot with the v0012 build after imaging (with the same solution I successfully use for imaging nvOC), the rig falls into BusyBox, as shown in the top screen, here:



Second boot goes into Grub, which allows me to start Ubuntu, but goes into the second image in the image above, reporting some sort of corruption and need for fsck. Sad

I've scratched and re-imaged the USB key (same model used with nvOC), I've removed all video cards but the one in the primary X16 slot, I've pre-edited the oneBash file and dropped it into various folders for First Boot, but no joy.

It's on an Asus Z170-AR mobo - which worked fine in Win 10 for mining 6 cards after BIOS update. I have Above 4G enabled.

Any suggestions or direction for troubleshooting? I'm happy to provide whatever info anyone needs to assist. (Warning: I am still getting my bearings in Ubuntuland.)

I'm currently set up with a single video card in the primary X16 slot, connected via USB riser. On First Boot, I briefly get the purple Ubunu desktop background before the screen goes black and it drops into BusyBox.

If necessary, I'll pull the mobo out so that I can do a first boot with a card directly in the slot - that's something I've found necessary for Windows builds, but which I have not found to be necessary for nvOS builds.

Thanks, in advance!
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Update:

Figured out that I can run fsck manually with the following:

Code:
fsck /dev/sda2

Afterwards, CTRL-ALT-DEL gets Ubuntu to start, but no GUI... just a login.

Will continue trying to troubleshoot and look through the thread again to see how to start the GUI...
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OK, mined ETH all night!

Looking forwards to next version, but meanwhile, thanks for all you've done for us!

 
Next job: upgrade Claymore to 10.0 and tweak OC...
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First all, Thank you very much for the awesome work you do!!

So,

Tried to put the DAG fix using the following:

#Install new ROCm Kernel:

wget -qO - http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/rocm.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo deb [arch=amd64] http://repo.radeon.com/rocm/apt/debian/ xenial main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rocm.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rocm

#edit grub
sudo nano  /etc/default/grub
#2MB fragments for Ellesmere are enabled with a grub option:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="amdgpu.vm_fragment_size=9"

sudo update-grub
sudo reboot


The problem is the first GPU will now do about half speed while the other GPU's are running properly faster. Tried multiple times, different gpu's, etc, same results.

I know it's being updated in V13, anybody have a clue how to fix this first GPU problem in the meantime? I've just reverted back to untouched V12.

If anyone cares, my 580's run at about 25(no oc), with dag fix 27, but the first gpu will run at 14, would be nice to get them all to 27.

What happens if you run headless?  Is the first GPU still nerfed?

I did the same to apply dagfix, with the same effect on the GPU0, tried to run it headless and yes, it is the same slow without monitor attached. By the way I had the same problem with nvOC headless P106 rigs, and it was easily solved by reconfiguring xorg with nvidia tool when no monitor attached. Maybe reconfiguration is the right way here too, but I don't know how to do it with RX cards.

Issue with slow GPU0 solved by setting it's PCIe slot to Gen2 in BIOS. I had Gen1 for all slots before.

Thank you very much! This solved my issue :-)
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TheNewEthlite, thanks to alko67bi - he gave the idea Smiley
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fullzero, when should we expect a v0013 on the rxOC?
I`m currently using nvOC and I`m very pleased with the new implementatinos of telegraph messages and the watchdog, great job!
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thank you for v12.   v12 better than v11 seems and stabiliz.  I can download thx but google download link some slow Sad you should upload mega or ftp .


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Seems like there is new drivers for Nix.

Hoping for new version to come out so I can move on from Windows to RxOC. Those vegas are waiting :-P

https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDGPU-Pro-Beta-Mining-Driver-for-Linux-Release-Notes.aspx
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@fullzero
Hey man, I know this is kinda stupid and I'm sure I'm missing something, but I've searched and cannot find a solution, this occurs on both miners Genoil and Claymore, any thoughts?
Genoil :
Claymore : https://i.imgur.com/QIXKhxG.jpg
Genoil 1 : https://i.imgur.com/QmjFWjn.jpg
Genoil 2 : https://i.imgur.com/csX5vKq.jpg
Onebatch : https://pastebin.com/CqqYSfGd
Any help is appreciated! Thank you and have a nice day Smiley
Edit note : I tried a few different pools and they're all the same...
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October 20, 2017, 04:17:52 PM
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@fullzero
Hey man, I know this is kinda stupid and I'm sure I'm missing something, but I've searched and cannot find a solution, this occurs on both miners Genoil and Claymore, any thoughts?
Genoil :
Claymore : https://i.imgur.com/QIXKhxG.jpg
Genoil 1 : https://i.imgur.com/QmjFWjn.jpg
Genoil 2 : https://i.imgur.com/csX5vKq.jpg
Onebatch : https://pastebin.com/CqqYSfGd
Any help is appreciated! Thank you and have a nice day Smiley
Edit note : I tried a few different pools and they're all the same...

Those are not miner errors and are not GPU errors.

Those are network errors.

Are you on WiFI? Try wired, instead.

From your mining rig, try pointing Firefox at a web site that tests the quality of your internet connection.
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October 21, 2017, 03:00:37 PM
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Those are not miner errors and are not GPU errors.

Those are network errors.

Are you on WiFI? Try wired, instead.

From your mining rig, try pointing Firefox at a web site that tests the quality of your internet connection.

@MentalNomad

Hey man thanks for replying, I'm using wired internet that is running at 40 Mbps/sec , I solved it by re-installing rxOC and trying a pool I haven't tried before, anyway, I have now another issue LOL, I just got a GTX 1070 and I wanna put it on my mining rig which is running rxOC and R9 380x but I only have a 32gb USB for my rig, I saw ocFACTORY which works for both but I only have 32 gb space Sad

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My motherboard is Gigabyte G1.Sniper B7 running rxOC with R9 380X at 17.8Mh/s non OC if you wanna add it to the list, I'm trying to get that GPU (R9 390X) and a GTX 1070 to work but I only have a 32GB USB and I cannot find anything that works except your rxOC... Do you have any idea? :/ Thank you!
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October 21, 2017, 04:57:02 PM
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@shade123 - rxOC only has video drivers for AMD cards. @FullZero has a separate build/project called nvOC with NVIDIA drivers.

nvOC is actually much better developed:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.0
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@shade123 - rxOC only has video drivers for AMD cards. @FullZero has a separate build/project called nvOC with NVIDIA drivers.

nvOC is actually much better developed:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.0

I read about it but I only have one rig and I have an AMD R9 380X and GTX 1070...
I wanted to download factoryOC which is another OS/build that works for both AMD and Nvidia but I only have 32 GB of space and the main problem is his the factoryOC download links are not working idk why...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1996684
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@shade123 - rxOC only has video drivers for AMD cards. @FullZero has a separate build/project called nvOC with NVIDIA drivers.

nvOC is actually much better developed:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.0

I read about it but I only have one rig and I have an AMD R9 380X and GTX 1070...
I wanted to download factoryOC which is another OS/build that works for both AMD and Nvidia but I only have 32 GB of space and the main problem is his the factoryOC download links are not working idk why...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1996684

You can try running nvOC and then adding AMD driver for your 380x... but the automated setting of power and OC is effective on NVidia, but not on AMD right now.

(Under Linux. Under Windows, AMD tweaking works better. It's a function of the drivers available, so no good solution for Linux, right now. I think that's part of why rxOC gets less attention - until drivers make tweaking more possible, there's not as much demand for rxOC.)
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