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December 06, 2017, 01:45:19 AM
Last edit: December 06, 2017, 02:38:26 AM by Xeon_Xeon
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Much better. Grin

[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #24: 4152 H, 87.21 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #23: 4188 H, 87.95 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #0: 4201 H, 88.23 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #17: 4231 H, 88.85 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #3: 4205 H, 88.31 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #18: 4342 H, 91.20 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #2: 3432 H, 72.09 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #22: 4136 H, 86.86 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #25: 3997 H, 83.94 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #5: 4183 H, 87.86 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #16: 4137 H, 86.89 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #6: 4174 H, 87.65 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #4: 1603 H, 86.72 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #20: 4191 H, 88.02 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #21: 4187 H, 87.94 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #19: 4138 H, 86.91 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #1: 3902 H, 81.93 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #7: 4013 H, 84.27 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #10: 4155 H, 87.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #12: 4155 H, 87.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #27: 4121 H, 86.55 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #14: 1688 H, 87.16 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #31: 4155 H, 87.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #28: 4155 H, 87.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #15: 4154 H, 87.23 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #30: 4154 H, 87.23 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #26: 4155 H, 87.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #13: 4136 H, 86.85 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #11: 4163 H, 87.43 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #29: 4160 H, 87.36 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #9: 3700 H, 77.69 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:03] CPU #8: 4148 H, 87.11 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:08] CPU #1: 427 H, 88.17 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:08] Accepted 10/10 (100%), 123.14 kH, 2769.93 H/s, 63C
[2017-12-05 19:44:24] CPU #5: 1842 H, 88.07 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:24] Accepted 11/11 (100%), 120.80 kH, 2770.14 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 19:44:26] CPU #20: 2033 H, 88.31 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:26] Accepted 12/12 (100%), 118.64 kH, 2770.43 H/s, 63C
[2017-12-05 19:44:29] CPU #19: 2230 H, 87.12 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:44:29] Accepted 13/13 (100%), 116.73 kH, 2770.64 H/s, 62C

EDIT: Still having a few:

[2017-12-05 19:49:17] Rejected 3/29 (10.3%), 80.27 kH, 2752.78 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 19:49:17] reject reason: Invalid share

Soooo I changed it to 24 cores, that seemed to be the sweet spot solo mining, now going to run it a while.

[2017-12-05 19:51:45] Accepted 2/3 (66.7%), 14.82 kH, 2738.55 H/s, 63C
[2017-12-05 19:51:50] CPU #9: 1196 H, 170.17 H/s
[2017-12-05 19:51:50] Accepted 3/4 (75.0%), 15.00 kH, 2739.92 H/s, 62C

Only lost a tiny bit of hash rate running 24 threads.

EDIT2:

Changed to only 16 cores, have not lost much speed at all but still getting invalid shares.

Just got an invalid job id error.

{2017-12-05 20:06:31] Rejected 4/24 (16.7%), 34.45 kH, 2738.42 H/s, 63C
[2017-12-05 20:06:31] reject reason: Invalid job id
[2017-12-05 20:06:33] CPU #7: 505 H, 169.63 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:06:34] Accepted 21/25 (84.0%), 32.68 kH, 2738.36 H/s, 62C


EDIT3: Changed to running 8 cores and no invalid shares but the hash rate dropped in half.

[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #0: 6952 H, 172.83 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #4: 7658 H, 172.81 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #7: 7628 H, 172.11 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #5: 7659 H, 172.81 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #3: 7656 H, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:24] CPU #2: 7659 H, 172.81 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:25] Stratum difficulty set to 1
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #2: 3159 H, 172.07 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #5: 3159 H, 172.07 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #3: 3029 H, 164.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #0: 3159 H, 172.02 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #1: 3159 H, 172.01 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #6: 3159 H, 172.01 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #4: 3161 H, 172.12 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:16:43] CPU #7: 3147 H, 171.35 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:07] CPU #1: 4036 H, 172.79 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:07] Accepted 6/6 (100%), 26.01 kH, 1369.41 H/s, 58C
[2017-12-05 20:17:22] CPU #1: 2554 H, 172.71 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:22] Accepted 7/7 (100%), 24.53 kH, 1369.33 H/s, 59C
[2017-12-05 20:17:26] CPU #1: 720 H, 172.70 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:26] Accepted 8/8 (100%), 22.69 kH, 1369.33 H/s, 59C
[2017-12-05 20:17:41] CPU #3: 9900 H, 172.76 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #7: 10.28 kH, 172.28 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #0: 10.32 kH, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #6: 10.32 kH, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #5: 10.32 kH, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #2: 10.32 kH, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:43] CPU #4: 10.33 kH, 172.74 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:17:46] yescryptr16 block 27100, diff 0.013
[2017-12-05 20:17:46] CPU #5: 531 H, 172.79 H/s

 

EDIT4: Jut got an invalid share again.....

2017-12-05 20:23:58] Stratum difficulty set to 1
[2017-12-05 20:23:59] CPU #0: 260 H, 162.04 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:24:00] Rejected 1/16 (6.2%), 36.54 kH, 1371.26 H/s, 58C
[2017-12-05 20:24:00] reject reason: Invalid share

Sooo I'm going to try another pool just to see if thats the problem.

EDIT5: That was the problem , changed pools and now I'm back to 16 threads and ~2745 H/s  Grin

[2017-12-05 20:37:10] CPU #6: 2137 H, 171.52 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:10] CPU #5: 2127 H, 170.70 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:10] CPU #7: 2114 H, 169.67 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:10] CPU #3: 2150 H, 172.55 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:10] CPU #0: 2134 H, 171.25 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:16] CPU #1: 1082 H, 170.23 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:17] Accepted 19/19 (100%), 33.09 kH, 2739.61 H/s, 63C
[2017-12-05 20:37:28] CPU #7: 3005 H, 170.83 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:28] Accepted 20/20 (100%), 33.98 kH, 2740.77 H/s, 61C
[2017-12-05 20:37:38] CPU #14: 4818 H, 171.67 H/s
[2017-12-05 20:37:38] Accepted 21/21 (100%), 36.67 kH, 2741.66 H/s, 62C

Now i'll let it run overnight.
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So far so good!

[2017-12-05 21:04:40] Accepted 88/88 (100%), 133.42 kH, 2654.32 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] CPU #12: 2602 H, 170.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] Accepted 89/89 (100%), 127.06 kH, 2656.66 H/s, 61C
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So far so good!

[2017-12-05 21:04:40] Accepted 88/88 (100%), 133.42 kH, 2654.32 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] CPU #12: 2602 H, 170.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] Accepted 89/89 (100%), 127.06 kH, 2656.66 H/s, 61C


So you are on which pool now.
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December 06, 2017, 08:09:54 AM
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Bitzeny goes up. Difficulty increases. Some miners peel off to yenten mining.

Hold onto your hats.

Still hope this coin will stay under the radar for quit some time. Mining is still easy :-)

I would expect that the Yenten price is going to follow Bitzeny at a certain moment. Anyway wonder why the old lady (Bitzeny) is suddenly rising so fast.

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December 06, 2017, 08:20:34 AM
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Bitzeny goes up. Difficulty increases. Some miners peel off to yenten mining.

Hold onto your hats.

Still hope this coin will stay under the radar for quit some time. Mining is still easy :-)

I would expect that the Yenten price is going to follow Bitzeny at a certain moment. Anyway wonder why the old lady (Bitzeny) is suddenly rising so fast.


I had the same thoughts. Bitzeny's main exchange has crashed so many times. Reminds me of cryptopia few months ago.
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December 06, 2017, 08:47:18 AM
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guys, is this any good?

"blocks" : 25507,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.01162384,
"errors" : "",
"genproclimit" : -6,
"networkhashps" : 383851,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false,
"generate" : true,
"hashespersec" : 527
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Yes very good, what is your processor?

intel core i7-2860QM from some years ago

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December 06, 2017, 08:49:00 AM
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So far so good!

[2017-12-05 21:04:40] Accepted 88/88 (100%), 133.42 kH, 2654.32 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] CPU #12: 2602 H, 170.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] Accepted 89/89 (100%), 127.06 kH, 2656.66 H/s, 61C

how to show the degree? my cpu opt can't show degree info

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December 06, 2017, 12:12:24 PM
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So far so good!

[2017-12-05 21:04:40] Accepted 88/88 (100%), 133.42 kH, 2654.32 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] CPU #12: 2602 H, 170.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] Accepted 89/89 (100%), 127.06 kH, 2656.66 H/s, 61C


So you are on which pool now.

http://antminepool.com
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December 06, 2017, 12:16:04 PM
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So far so good!

[2017-12-05 21:04:40] Accepted 88/88 (100%), 133.42 kH, 2654.32 H/s, 62C
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] CPU #12: 2602 H, 170.98 H/s
[2017-12-05 21:04:46] Accepted 89/89 (100%), 127.06 kH, 2656.66 H/s, 61C

how to show the degree? my cpu opt can't show degree info


It just does, I did not do anything special.

Downloaded the source and compiled then ran the miner, no tweaks or anything and just used build.sh then make then ran it. So thats a question for the dev.

Only one invalid share overnight.

[2017-12-06 06:14:41] Accepted 1386/1387 (99.9%), 50.66 kH, 2753.15 H/s, 59C
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #9: 3752 H, 172.03 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #6: 3746 H, 171.77 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #15: 3754 H, 172.12 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #14: 3760 H, 172.39 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #8: 3716 H, 170.35 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #4: 3756 H, 172.19 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #0: 3744 H, 171.64 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #3: 3754 H, 172.09 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #2: 3763 H, 172.50 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #5: 3757 H, 172.21 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #7: 306 H, 172.39 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #1: 3759 H, 172.31 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #13: 3763 H, 172.49 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #10: 3758 H, 172.26 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #12: 3763 H, 172.49 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:43] CPU #11: 3763 H, 172.49 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:47] CPU #7: 829 H, 171.94 H/s
[2017-12-06 06:14:48] Accepted 1387/1388 (99.9%), 57.14 kH, 2753.26 H/s, 58C
[2017-12-06 06:14:50] yescryptr16 block 27393, diff 0.010

Now to solomine with 16 threads at the same time I pool mine to see what happens. Grin


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{
"blocks" : 27393,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.00994770,
"errors" : "",
"genproclimit" : 16,
"networkhashps" : 298548,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false,
"generate" : true,
"hashespersec" : 1242
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December 06, 2017, 05:09:14 PM
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Finally got my Odroid XU3 lite mining by compiling yentend, wasn't able to compile cpuminer-opt. Is the source of minerd available somewhere?
Mining on 7 of 8 cores at 93°C, Hashrate reports vary wildly: most often it's around 63 but rarely it's reported as 0 or up to 140, probably some kind of lag. Not too bad for an ARM CPU (Exynos 5422), OS is Debian Wheezy. My properly cooled and slightly overclocked FX 8320E does 650 hashes per second btw.

Had to configure with --ignore-incompatible-bdb and remove a "-msse41" from yescrypt.h in src/hash/yescrypt. More could be possible with some ARM optimization and compile option tuning, my only CXXFLAG was O3.

Too bad the hashrate almost doubled today.  Shocked

Wow nice, I tried to get it working on a pine64 which didn't work and it seemed to be missing x86 type operations so I assumed that yenten required x86 processors.  But that is interesting that you got it to work on ARM and not only that but on a non-ubuntu distro.  Would you mind writing up a little procedure on how to do it for a linux noob?  If this works on ARM it changes everything...

Also add up each core's hash/sec to get your total.

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i’m still solo mining. anyone else?

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December 06, 2017, 07:01:15 PM
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Dev please look over my post about adding wallet funcionality so people can encode a crowd-sourced exchange into the blockchain using op_return.  The full text of my whitepaper is included in the comments on the forum post

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2521788.msg25870369#msg25870369

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Finally got my Odroid XU3 lite mining by compiling yentend, wasn't able to compile cpuminer-opt. Is the source of minerd available somewhere?
Mining on 7 of 8 cores at 93°C, Hashrate reports vary wildly: most often it's around 63 but rarely it's reported as 0 or up to 140, probably some kind of lag. Not too bad for an ARM CPU (Exynos 5422), OS is Debian Wheezy. My properly cooled and slightly overclocked FX 8320E does 650 hashes per second btw.

Had to configure with --ignore-incompatible-bdb and remove a "-msse41" from yescrypt.h in src/hash/yescrypt. More could be possible with some ARM optimization and compile option tuning, my only CXXFLAG was O3.

Too bad the hashrate almost doubled today.  Shocked

Wow nice, I tried to get it working on a pine64 which didn't work and it seemed to be missing x86 type operations so I assumed that yenten required x86 processors.  But that is interesting that you got it to work on ARM and not only that but on a non-ubuntu distro.  Would you mind writing up a little procedure on how to do it for a linux noob?  If this works on ARM it changes everything...

Also add up each core's hash/sec to get your total.
Found the minerd source at https://github.com/conan-equal-newone/yenten/releases, all I had to do to get running:
Code:
apt-get install build-essential autotools-dev autoconf libcurl3 libcurl4-gnutls-dev jansson
wget https://github.com/conan-equal-newone/yenten/releases/download/1.1.0/yenten_minerd_source.zip
unzip yenten_minerd_source.zip
Edit line 6 of configure.ac: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([gnu foreign])
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard"
make
strip minerd
-march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard will be different for most ARM devices, look up the recommended CFLAGS for your device.
To build yentend I followed the readme except the two steps mentioned above.
The 4 big cores report 0.02kH/s each, the 4 little cores 0.01kH/s. So with proper cooling I would get at least 120H/s, only running the 4 big cores atm.
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Finally got my Odroid XU3 lite mining by compiling yentend, wasn't able to compile cpuminer-opt. Is the source of minerd available somewhere?
Mining on 7 of 8 cores at 93°C, Hashrate reports vary wildly: most often it's around 63 but rarely it's reported as 0 or up to 140, probably some kind of lag. Not too bad for an ARM CPU (Exynos 5422), OS is Debian Wheezy. My properly cooled and slightly overclocked FX 8320E does 650 hashes per second btw.

Had to configure with --ignore-incompatible-bdb and remove a "-msse41" from yescrypt.h in src/hash/yescrypt. More could be possible with some ARM optimization and compile option tuning, my only CXXFLAG was O3.

Too bad the hashrate almost doubled today.  Shocked

Wow nice, I tried to get it working on a pine64 which didn't work and it seemed to be missing x86 type operations so I assumed that yenten required x86 processors.  But that is interesting that you got it to work on ARM and not only that but on a non-ubuntu distro.  Would you mind writing up a little procedure on how to do it for a linux noob?  If this works on ARM it changes everything...

Also add up each core's hash/sec to get your total.
Found the minerd source at https://github.com/conan-equal-newone/yenten/releases, all I had to do to get running:
Code:
(sudo) apt-get install libcurl jansson
Edit line 6 of configure.ac: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([gnu foreign])
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard"
make
-march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard will be different for most ARM devices, look up the recommended CFLAGS for your device.
To build yentend I followed the readme except the two steps mentioned above.
The 4 big cores report 0.02kH/s each, the 4 little cores 0.01kH/s. So with proper cooling I would get at least 120H/s, only running the 4 big cores atm.



Hi, Can you tell me how to edit the "Edit line 6 of configure.ac" via ssh?
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December 06, 2017, 08:21:20 PM
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Hi, Can you tell me how to edit the "Edit line 6 of configure.ac" via ssh?
With a text editor like nano.
Code:
apt-get install nano
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Ctrl+X to exit nano.  Wink
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December 06, 2017, 08:26:23 PM
Last edit: December 07, 2017, 12:56:51 AM by Yannic
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Simple yenten faucet : https://cryptoservices.net/en/ytn-faucet

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Hi, Can you tell me how to edit the "Edit line 6 of configure.ac" via ssh?
With a text editor like nano.
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apt-get install nano
nano configure.ac
Ctrl+X to exit nano.  Wink

Thanks. I'm very new on Linux and if you are kind please need some help:
git clone https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt.git
cd cpuminer-opt
Edit line 6 of configure.ac: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([gnu foreign])
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard"
make

This are the steps?
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December 06, 2017, 10:25:25 PM
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Compile minerd instead of cpuminer-opt if you're on ARM. Are you on ARM?
Code:
apt-get install build-essential autotools-dev autoconf libcurl3 libcurl4-gnutls-dev jansson unzip
wget https://github.com/conan-equal-newone/yenten/releases/download/1.1.0/yenten_minerd_source.zip
unzip yenten_minerd_source.zip
Edit line 6 of configure.ac: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([gnu foreign])
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard"
make
strip minerd
Some of those package names can be different on your distro and I'm not sure about the dependencies since I already had most installed. Also change the CFLAGS -march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard according to your device.
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December 06, 2017, 11:52:59 PM
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Bitzeny goes up. Difficulty increases. Some miners peel off to yenten mining.

Hold onto your hats.

Still hope this coin will stay under the radar for quit some time. Mining is still easy :-)

I would expect that the Yenten price is going to follow Bitzeny at a certain moment. Anyway wonder why the old lady (Bitzeny) is suddenly rising so fast.

guys there are orders for 124,400 yenten above 100 sat on coinsmarkets.

is anyone giving up their coins? no.

remember when we were arguing over whether or not this was a joke coin with value or not. i guess those forum posts will go down in history.

You can still solo mine this!! what monster did conan create.

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December 07, 2017, 01:09:44 AM
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i’m still solo mining. anyone else?

discord: https://discord.gg/MW6aPzb


I did yesterday, earned three blocks in about three hours then nothing.

Then I started to pool mine, about the same number of coins but its steady.
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