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May 14, 2013, 07:50:29 PM
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Since I am only able to post here, Ill put my issue here Smiley

I am successfully running elacoind (litecoind) and pushpoold on a debian machine. Now I want to install mmcfe-ng (https://github.com/TheSerapher/php-mmcfe-ng) which is fairly easy to setup. Except to the point where the workers I have created in the web interface won't get 'synced' with pushpoold somehow.

How do I manage this last step? As I am unable to connect to the pool with the worker I have created in the interface. When I manually add a worker to the POOL_WORKER db table from pushpoold I am able to connect.

I am really lost here Sad

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May 14, 2013, 08:38:05 PM
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Sorry, I cant help you here have no idea.

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May 14, 2013, 08:40:59 PM
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Yea Idk either

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May 14, 2013, 08:48:42 PM
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Since I am only able to post here, Ill put my issue here Smiley

I am successfully running elacoind (litecoind) and pushpoold on a debian machine. Now I want to install mmcfe-ng (https://github.com/TheSerapher/php-mmcfe-ng) which is fairly easy to setup. Except to the point where the workers I have created in the web interface won't get 'synced' with pushpoold somehow.

How do I manage this last step? As I am unable to connect to the pool with the worker I have created in the interface. When I manually add a worker to the POOL_WORKER db table from pushpoold I am able to connect.

I am really lost here Sad

Ok seems I have to edit pushpoold's server.json to reflect the db of that of mmcfe-ng. Seems to work now. I able to connect, although I am not sure if the it is actually mining and the shares are valid. How can I check?

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May 22, 2013, 12:34:00 PM
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Hey there,

Old topic and sorry for reviving it but I have found this post by accident and would like to help. So I added a quick start guide into the Github Wiki for this project:

https://github.com/TheSerapher/php-mmcfe-ng/wiki/Quick-Start-Guide

If you are having issues with setting up a pool even after reading (and understanding) this guide you might want to reconsider running your own pool Cheesy

I made this as a starting point for others to play around with the software. It is by no means a definite guide to run a pool!

Will be sticking around but mostly busy with work and the project Smiley
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