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May 11, 2018, 02:24:09 PM
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@jstefanop 2 of my lander's fans are turning very slowly and the miners slowed down in speed.
Where can I get stock of those little fans?
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May 11, 2018, 04:17:29 PM
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@jstefanop 2 of my lander's fans are turning very slowly and the miners slowed down in speed.
Where can I get stock of those little fans?

You should be able to find them online, they are just 25mm fans. If your in NA, I will be launching my site soon that will have replacement fans. Otherwise talk to your local distributor they should have some extra.

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May 11, 2018, 05:27:41 PM
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I ordered some fans from Mouser electronics. $8 bucks each. I am pretty sure these will work, but I have not tried yet. They arrive today and I will install over the weekend.

Here is the link:

https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/sunon/mc25100v2-000u-a99/?qs=fnpEE5GccuNlCWM765T%252b%252bw%3d%3d&countrycode=US&currencycode=USD
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May 11, 2018, 05:53:53 PM
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You should see 5.4.2-38 at the top if your running the latest version.


It crashed again with segmentation fault although it was not running that specific version. It was running 5.2.0-243. How would i go about rebuilding for latest version?
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May 12, 2018, 08:01:11 PM
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You should see 5.4.2-38 at the top if your running the latest version.


It crashed again with segmentation fault although it was not running that specific version. It was running 5.2.0-243. How would i go about rebuilding for latest version?

That is the latest version...my fork is just stuck on 5.2 because thats when I forked it...should probably update that. How many units are you running, and what kind of system.

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May 12, 2018, 09:09:42 PM
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You should see 5.4.2-38 at the top if your running the latest version.


It crashed again with segmentation fault although it was not running that specific version. It was running 5.2.0-243. How would i go about rebuilding for latest version?

That is the latest version...my fork is just stuck on 5.2 because thats when I forked it...should probably update that. How many units are you running, and what kind of system.

Just on unit on Gentoo.
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May 13, 2018, 05:21:34 PM
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THIS IS THE SUPPORT THREAD: Keep this thread on topic!
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My four ML2 have been happily mining for months until this morning's April W10 update. Go figure...

bfg miner display:

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NO DEVICES FOUND: Press 'M' and '+' to add
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 [2018-05-13 10:17:37] Waiting for devices; press 'M+' to add, or 'Q' to quit



Physical:   2 x{2 ML2/Anker 9 port hub} -> USB 2.0 --> mobo{BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO LGA 1151 Intel B250}

Mobo is happy mining Claymore and Equihash on GPUs -> Problem isolated to ML2 path

I was able to mount & access usb drives when plugging into 9 port hub.    I can also ear ML2's being recognized when plugged into same up.  Just can't see them with the BFG 5.4.2 from the Github from this thread.

Software:  BFG 5.4.2, from jstefanop's github, on this thread, been fine for months.   
- Google found a couple threads where BFG won't detect devices, not sure how they relate here.

UART VPC Driver: Obtained from this thread, been working fine from the get go.

I'm physically away from the rig, will have a short window on the rig tomorrow, and wanted to get my thoughts in order before tackling...

I'm reckoning since this coincided with this morning's W10 update, I may not be alone.

Much obliged!
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May 13, 2018, 08:46:12 PM
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I had that problem i just rolled back to the previous windows update vers. and it works fine. Its the usb drivers Silicon Labs will probably issue updates. But until then im sticking to the previous version of windows. Apparantly alot of folks with Intel SSD drives had issues too...
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May 14, 2018, 09:46:45 PM
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Yup....   Exactly....

Hoping any USB driver update avoids the need for a BFG update....

Fingers crossed.

Thanks!
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May 15, 2018, 12:31:27 AM
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Hi guys,

I am pretty noob on the MLD, I've got two sticks mining LTC in litecoinpool using Plugable 60W 7 port USB 3 hub.
It is working.

But my issue is low average hashspeed. My 24H average 5880 KH/s. Especially one of the miners seems to be dropping to 2.3 Mh/s.
If I restart the BFG it goes up and then drops again. It often also stops hashing and then restarts automatically.

I think I mistakenly adjusted the memory voltage pot too much/too little. I am not sure what its current memory voltage is.
So I need to know where I can find its current memory voltage.  Core voltage is running around .725 so that should not be the issue.
Also I do not know how to adjust clock rate. Can anyone share a command.

By the way I am running this on a raspi 0 through IOS.

Anyone can help?

Cheers and thanks a lot!
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May 15, 2018, 01:17:46 PM
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Also had the problem with the win update. Was not able to find the miners after the update, the usb ports gave errors.

Furthermore, was unable to reinstall the silicon labs driver package for usb as per openingtopic instructions.

After a rollback everything immediately worked again so i'm guessing there's a kink in the new windows update Sad
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May 15, 2018, 01:50:51 PM
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Also had the problem with the win update. Was not able to find the miners after the update, the usb ports gave errors.

Furthermore, was unable to reinstall the silicon labs driver package for usb as per openingtopic instructions.

After a rollback everything immediately worked again so i'm guessing there's a kink in the new windows update Sad

Yea last windows update screwed up drivers pretty bad. Lots of other devices not working either.  I’m sure silicon labs will issue driver update to fix soon.


BTW if anyone from here is at consensus in NYC I’m there so come say hi!

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May 16, 2018, 10:22:55 AM
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HI

trying to run new update on RP3. Managed to get and compile, but being an idiot i cant see the bfgminer start command. I have a screen start scrypt but it does not execute giving me a "screen not found" error.

any pointers woudl be great. Currently runing v34 which needs restarting periodically.

andy

** idiot indeed - now running the screen install package! Can you add this to instruciton set as not sure this dependency is in the v34 on page 1.
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May 16, 2018, 07:14:20 PM
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HI

trying to run new update on RP3. Managed to get and compile, but being an idiot i cant see the bfgminer start command. I have a screen start scrypt but it does not execute giving me a "screen not found" error.

any pointers woudl be great. Currently runing v34 which needs restarting periodically.

andy

** idiot indeed - now running the screen install package! Can you add this to instruciton set as not sure this dependency is in the v34 on page 1.

Also, I have found you need to restart the pi after getting the library files otherwise they will not be found. This should be added to the instructions as well.
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May 16, 2018, 08:27:33 PM
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struggling now. Got the screen command to work and worked out how to reconnect ot the screen etc, but get a bfgminer not found error.......

guessing something went wrong in the process, any tips?

andy
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May 16, 2018, 09:05:14 PM
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I just received my device, followed the instructions... No device found...   I'm seeing people with "no device found" on here so I checked my recent windows updates (running windows 7 x64) which one should I roll back ? the only ones I'm seeing are MSE security updates, and a "monthly quality rollup" ??

does the device need to be in a special powered USB hub or are the regular USB's on mobo and case good enough?

seems to be a solid chip, will be extremely happy to get it hashing and plan to buy a few more

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May 16, 2018, 09:57:30 PM
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I just received my device, followed the instructions... No device found...   I'm seeing people with "no device found" on here so I checked my recent windows updates (running windows 7 x64) which one should I roll back ? the only ones I'm seeing are MSE security updates, and a "monthly quality rollup" ??

does the device need to be in a special powered USB hub or are the regular USB's on mobo and case good enough?

seems to be a solid chip, will be extremely happy to get it hashing and plan to buy a few more

Make sure you downloaded the UART driver from silicon labs. To check if that loaded correctly go to your devices panel and you should see it under a COM device...otherwise something is going on with the silicon labs driver.

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May 16, 2018, 11:48:06 PM
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I just received my device, followed the instructions... No device found...   I'm seeing people with "no device found" on here so I checked my recent windows updates (running windows 7 x64) which one should I roll back ? the only ones I'm seeing are MSE security updates, and a "monthly quality rollup" ??

does the device need to be in a special powered USB hub or are the regular USB's on mobo and case good enough?

seems to be a solid chip, will be extremely happy to get it hashing and plan to buy a few more

Make sure you downloaded the UART driver from silicon labs. To check if that loaded correctly go to your devices panel and you should see it under a COM device...otherwise something is going on with the silicon labs driver.

I got mine running on the new Windows update using the older generic silicon labs drivers.  
Uninstall the drivers and re-install these from the web site  v6.7.5.
They will no longer be listed in device manager under COM ports and "moonlander2".  
They will be listed as Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (COMx)

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May 16, 2018, 11:50:51 PM
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Sucks the difficulty of Litecoin has gone up so much.
When I started I January with 2 Moonlanders I was getting .00064 a day not it's down to .00044

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May 17, 2018, 12:22:28 AM
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I posted below questions a few days ago. I have combed through several pages in this thread and wasn't able find a clear response/hint. Nobody seems to answer or try to help. I will repeat my questions and hope somebody can respond instead of ignoring my request:

1. How do I find MLD stick current mem voltage? Is there a command (I am using terminal in apple to communicate with bfg through raspi)
2. How do I adjust clock rate?  <-- Yes I know I found a command (--set MLD:clock=xxx) but I do not know where in terminal to put this command.

As you may see my MLD 1 has some issues and I want to check if voltage is causing this:

https://image.ibb.co/c9VEgJ/Screen_Shot_2018_05_17_at_09_18_02.png

I thought this was a support thread.  Huh



Hi guys,

I am pretty noob on the MLD, I've got two sticks mining LTC in litecoinpool using Plugable 60W 7 port USB 3 hub.
It is working.

But my issue is low average hashspeed. My 24H average 5880 KH/s. Especially one of the miners seems to be dropping to 2.3 Mh/s.
If I restart the BFG it goes up and then drops again. It often also stops hashing and then restarts automatically.

I think I mistakenly adjusted the memory voltage pot too much/too little. I am not sure what its current memory voltage is.
So I need to know where I can find its current memory voltage.  Core voltage is running around .725 so that should not be the issue.
Also I do not know how to adjust clock rate. Can anyone share a command.

By the way I am running this on a raspi 0 through IOS.

Anyone can help?

Cheers and thanks a lot!
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