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September 02, 2018, 02:04:26 AM
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good work.

It is hard to explain to him  what he did wrong.

but direct copy of a post without credit of it is  a bannable offense on this website.

Thanks, it was just an accident why I saw that lol.

And i got a few Moonlanders2 from the first batch and saw how hard and nice jstefanop work for all that i just wanted to get this User nuked !
Also i am one of the Spambusters so i have to do it ! 
Glad all went as it should about the Rules !

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September 02, 2018, 05:47:35 AM
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Hi!

Anyway to run each stick on seperate pool/coin if they connected to same computer?

Thanx!

I have the same question

Check the FAQ section this is described there and multiple times in this thread

Thanx, was just being lazy i guess Cheesy
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September 02, 2018, 12:19:59 PM
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The thread " Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread  "  is deleted
and the user  Dided1981 is Banned for plagiarism

Autoban user: N/A in topic #0 by member #689488


Regards  Lafu

banned for what? I like the ttbit scrypt miner. Futureshit thinks he is the only one who can make a usb stick miner with BW chip. Stop being so greedy jstefanop. If you really care about litecoin you will not mind more options for customers

https://forum.bitcoin.com/post217146.html
http://funkyimg.com/i/2KUGW.jpg
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4996694.0
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September 02, 2018, 04:01:10 PM
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@jstefanop

The thread " Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread  "  is deleted
and the user  Dided1981 is Banned for plagiarism

Autoban user: N/A in topic #0 by member #689488


Regards  Lafu

banned for what? I like the ttbit scrypt miner. Futureshit thinks he is the only one who can make a usb stick miner with BW chip. Stop being so greedy jstefanop. If you really care about litecoin you will not mind more options for customers

https://forum.bitcoin.com/post217146.html
http://funkyimg.com/i/2KUGW.jpg
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4996694.0

So you dont learnd anything about that whole thing or HuhHuh

I dosnt goes around for your copy of Shit miner .
It was the plagiarism of the Orginal Ann from jstefanop !

Lazy for writing a self-made Text / Ann  !  Guess same would be working your Copy of Miner, few days and then burning up!




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@jstefanop

The thread " Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread  "  is deleted
and the user  Dided1981 is Banned for plagiarism

Autoban user: N/A in topic #0 by member #689488


Regards  Lafu

banned for what? I like the ttbit scrypt miner. Futureshit thinks he is the only one who can make a usb stick miner with BW chip. Stop being so greedy jstefanop. If you really care about litecoin you will not mind more options for customers

https://forum.bitcoin.com/post217146.html
http://funkyimg.com/i/2KUGW.jpg
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4996694.0

I welcome more options and competition, but not when you blatantly copy my design and work. All that offers to consumers is a crappy knockoff that no one wants. Go build one that has two chips serially chained on it and offer something new to customers...oh wait you wouldn't know how to do that unless you copy my design first.

Oh you do did the exact same thing with sidehack and his bitcoin miner...keep doing this and you'll see how this community reacts to people like you (as you have found out already). 

Project Apollo: A Pod Miner Designed for the Home https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4974036
FutureBit Moonlander 2 USB Scrypt Stick Miner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2125643.0
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September 02, 2018, 10:03:31 PM
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There was a new thread from a other User guess it was a new account from the banned user with same ann and again all text copy and paste! I have reported this one too and the User is banned now too!




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September 03, 2018, 06:10:43 AM
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The thread " Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread  "  is deleted
and the user  Dided1981 is Banned for plagiarism

Autoban user: N/A in topic #0 by member #689488


Regards  Lafu

banned for what? I like the ttbit scrypt miner. Futureshit thinks he is the only one who can make a usb stick miner with BW chip. Stop being so greedy jstefanop. If you really care about litecoin you will not mind more options for customers

https://forum.bitcoin.com/post217146.html
http://funkyimg.com/i/2KUGW.jpg
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4996694.0

I welcome more options and competition, but not when you blatantly copy my design and work. All that offers to consumers is a crappy knockoff that no one wants. Go build one that has two chips serially chained on it and offer something new to customers...oh wait you wouldn't know how to do that unless you copy my design first.

Oh you do did the exact same thing with sidehack and his bitcoin miner...keep doing this and you'll see how this community reacts to people like you (as you have found out already). 

just let the market decided!
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The thread " Official TTIBIT SCRYPT MINER Driver and Support Thread  "  is deleted
and the user  Dided1981 is Banned for plagiarism

Autoban user: N/A in topic #0 by member #689488


Regards  Lafu

banned for what? I like the ttbit scrypt miner. Futureshit thinks he is the only one who can make a usb stick miner with BW chip. Stop being so greedy jstefanop. If you really care about litecoin you will not mind more options for customers

https://forum.bitcoin.com/post217146.html
http://funkyimg.com/i/2KUGW.jpg
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4996694.0

I welcome more options and competition, but not when you blatantly copy my design and work. All that offers to consumers is a crappy knockoff that no one wants. Go build one that has two chips serially chained on it and offer something new to customers...oh wait you wouldn't know how to do that unless you copy my design first.

Oh you do did the exact same thing with sidehack and his bitcoin miner...keep doing this and you'll see how this community reacts to people like you (as you have found out already). 

just let the market decided!
Market has already decided. We don't want your shitty copies. Go somewhere else.

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Hi. Can someone help me? I mined DGB on multipool but today morning the mining was stopped.

I didn't modify nothing on miner and the PC running 24/7.

What i can do? Now i get this when start miner



Anyone mining DGB on multipool?

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SENT YOU A PRIVATE MESSAGE.

Hi. Can someone help me? I mined DGB on multipool but today morning the mining was stopped.

I didn't modify nothing on miner and the PC running 24/7.

What i can do? Now i get this when start miner

https://s8.postimg.cc/6zm1sj6px/IMG_20180914_151657.jpg

Anyone mining DGB on multipool?


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September 23, 2018, 05:39:57 AM
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I TRIED THE "GENERATE-TO" COMMAND--

While attempting to solo-mine against the latest LiteCoin-qt wallet, I launched the wallet from the command line pointing to "litecoin.conf" file in the LiteCoin-qt directory.  After the wallet was synchronized and ready, I launched BFGminer with the command string in your post (below) with the appropriate rpcuser, rpcpassword, and rpcport (9332).  The wallet was not disabled, the address was the first one generated by the wallet.  I keep getting "invalid address" as an error on miner launch.  I tried later with a valid external address for LiteCoin, same result.

I have solo-mined before successfully with various wallets and algorithms.  What is going wrong?       --scryptr


bfg-miner autoexec.bat:

Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o http://127.0.0.1:40022 -u user -p password -S MLD:COM4 --set MLD:clock=777
pause

I wouldn't call it autoexec.bat. I would call it somethingelse.bat and it should look like this:
Code:
@bfgminer.exe --scrypt --no-longpoll --generate-to <Your Altcoin addy> -o http://127.0.0.1:40022 -u user -p password -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=desiredFREQ
It means you must add --generate-to
And forget the GPU params, you are not using a GPU.

and for the altcoin.conf file it looked like this:

Code:
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=40022
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
gen=1
syncnode=true

addnode=XX.XXX.XX.XXX
addnode=YY.YYY.YY.YYY
addnode=ZZ.ZZZ.ZZ.ZZZ
...

I wouldn't set gen=1, it activates cpu mining on the altcoin daemon. It also helps if you set
Code:
disablewallet=1
it works better.

The issue is bfgminer does not support GBT for scrypt...it does for SHA256. I probably should get around to adding support to it once I find some time, since luke-jr probably wont do it.
You don't need to do anything. The latest version on moonlander github works fine for local mining.

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September 24, 2018, 02:13:44 AM
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Hmm. Been running no issues for a long time and today as I walk away from my computer, bfgminer says moonlander2 stopped hashing trying to restart on loop. Shut down bfg checked the moonlander. Green light is still on. Weird. Restart bfg and says no device. K. Shut down bfg, unplug USB strip, unplug miner, give it a good blast of air, all clean , plug it all back in, restart bfg and blam no miner. So did it just die? Green light is on but nada. Thing doesn't even run hot as I have 2 fans on it and it's fall weather. Basically was mining all night and up until a about 30 minutes ago.
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September 24, 2018, 05:23:39 PM
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Hmm. Been running no issues for a long time and today as I walk away from my computer, bfgminer says moonlander2 stopped hashing trying to restart on loop. Shut down bfg checked the moonlander. Green light is still on. Weird. Restart bfg and says no device. K. Shut down bfg, unplug USB strip, unplug miner, give it a good blast of air, all clean , plug it all back in, restart bfg and blam no miner. So did it just die? Green light is on but nada. Thing doesn't even run hot as I have 2 fans on it and it's fall weather. Basically was mining all night and up until a about 30 minutes ago.

Windows do any updates? Make sure the moonlander shows up in the COM port...sometimes updates kill the UART driver and needs to be re-installed.

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September 25, 2018, 01:18:05 AM
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Hmm. Been running no issues for a long time and today as I walk away from my computer, bfgminer says moonlander2 stopped hashing trying to restart on loop. Shut down bfg checked the moonlander. Green light is still on. Weird. Restart bfg and says no device. K. Shut down bfg, unplug USB strip, unplug miner, give it a good blast of air, all clean , plug it all back in, restart bfg and blam no miner. So did it just die? Green light is on but nada. Thing doesn't even run hot as I have 2 fans on it and it's fall weather. Basically was mining all night and up until a about 30 minutes ago.

Windows do any updates? Make sure the moonlander shows up in the COM port...sometimes updates kill the UART driver and needs to be re-installed.


No updates unless they went covert on me. I was just using the computer and all was well. I check bfg all the time because sometimes multipool dgb goes down and I like to switch asap. Anyways. It was running fine then it said moonlander stopped hashing trying to restart. Couldn't manually add it either.
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September 25, 2018, 05:58:40 PM
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I DID SOME READING ON THIS--

Apparently the "generate-to" command is part of "Get-Block-Template" (GBT) protocol.  Because GBT protocol has been removed from scrypt-mining code, the "generate-to" flag fails when it does not detect a BitCoin address.  The answer is in the Readme on JStefanop's GitHub.

I solved my solo-mining difficulties by building and running a simple NOMP-style pool and setting it up for LocalHost.  The pool code is deprecated, running it as a public instance may be a security risk.

It works just fine for a single MoonLander 2!  My electric lottery ticket is just humming.  Less than 0.05% rejects, less than 1% HW errors, and I haven't done anything yet to tune the pots.  Currently, the stick is mining at ~3.9MH/s at 700Hz, but HW errors go up dramatically at 720Hz.

Will turning up the Core power by 1/8 turn allow for better performance at 700+Hz?  Thanks for your work, JStefanop!       --scryptr

I TRIED THE "GENERATE-TO" COMMAND--

While attempting to solo-mine against the latest LiteCoin-qt wallet, I launched the wallet from the command line pointing to "litecoin.conf" file in the LiteCoin-qt directory.  After the wallet was synchronized and ready, I launched BFGminer with the command string in your post (below) with the appropriate rpcuser, rpcpassword, and rpcport (9332).  The wallet was not disabled, the address was the first one generated by the wallet.  I keep getting "invalid address" as an error on miner launch.  I tried later with a valid external address for LiteCoin, same result.

I have solo-mined before successfully with various wallets and algorithms.  What is going wrong?       --scryptr


bfg-miner autoexec.bat:

Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o http://127.0.0.1:40022 -u user -p password -S MLD:COM4 --set MLD:clock=777
pause

I wouldn't call it autoexec.bat. I would call it somethingelse.bat and it should look like this:
Code:
@bfgminer.exe --scrypt --no-longpoll --generate-to <Your Altcoin addy> -o http://127.0.0.1:40022 -u user -p password -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=desiredFREQ
It means you must add --generate-to
And forget the GPU params, you are not using a GPU.

and for the altcoin.conf file it looked like this:

Code:
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=40022
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
gen=1
syncnode=true

addnode=XX.XXX.XX.XXX
addnode=YY.YYY.YY.YYY
addnode=ZZ.ZZZ.ZZ.ZZZ
...

I wouldn't set gen=1, it activates cpu mining on the altcoin daemon. It also helps if you set
Code:
disablewallet=1
it works better.

The issue is bfgminer does not support GBT for scrypt...it does for SHA256. I probably should get around to adding support to it once I find some time, since luke-jr probably wont do it.
You don't need to do anything. The latest version on moonlander github works fine for local mining.

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Hmm. Been running no issues for a long time and today as I walk away from my computer, bfgminer says moonlander2 stopped hashing trying to restart on loop. Shut down bfg checked the moonlander. Green light is still on. Weird. Restart bfg and says no device. K. Shut down bfg, unplug USB strip, unplug miner, give it a good blast of air, all clean , plug it all back in, restart bfg and blam no miner. So did it just die? Green light is on but nada. Thing doesn't even run hot as I have 2 fans on it and it's fall weather. Basically was mining all night and up until a about 30 minutes ago.

Windows do any updates? Make sure the moonlander shows up in the COM port...sometimes updates kill the UART driver and needs to be re-installed.


No updates unless they went covert on me. I was just using the computer and all was well. I check bfg all the time because sometimes multipool dgb goes down and I like to switch asap. Anyways. It was running fine then it said moonlander stopped hashing trying to restart. Couldn't manually add it either.


I guess this is dead. Sad. First the fan died within a few weeks from a bad bearing and now after maybe a year, not sure, of on average 10 hours of running a day plus 2 fans on it, it stops hashing. Litecoin plus digibyte mined means that I lost at least 60 bucks not counting electricity or the purchase of external fans. Fun while it lasted but dang disappointed. And I was just going to go for an Apollo too. Miss the white noise too haha.
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September 27, 2018, 05:13:26 AM
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SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOONLANDER--

Did you do any adjustments to the Core voltage pot?  I just got my MLD and have not touched the voltage pots.  It does OK on 700Hz frequency on stock settings but hardware errors get big at 720Hz.

Just asking before I touch the pots.  I am going steady at 3.9 MH/s at stock settings, 700Hz frequency.  I am running a single stick on a USB 3.0 port of the PC, running Ubuntu 18.04.

Thanks for any help.       --scryptr

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SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOONLANDER--

Did you do any adjustments to the Core voltage pot?  I just got my MLD and have not touched the voltage pots.  It does OK on 700Hz frequency on stock settings but hardware errors get big at 720Hz.

Just asking before I touch the pots.  I am going steady at 3.9 MH/s at stock settings, 700Hz frequency.  I am running a single stick on a USB 3.0 port of the PC, running Ubuntu 18.04.

Thanks for any help.       --scryptr

P.S.  Looks like a piece of Astroturf was pitched in the trash. Good riddance!  (spam post was deleted).       -scryptr

Never touched the pots. Just ran it as usual in a powered USB strip. I'm just super unlucky. Mine screamed like a banshee after a few weeks I couldn't stand it and removed the fan. Then added 2 external fans. It ran cooler that way and much more stable. Then it decided it was done hashing. Le sigh.
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September 27, 2018, 04:50:28 PM
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SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOONLANDER--

Did you do any adjustments to the Core voltage pot?  I just got my MLD and have not touched the voltage pots.  It does OK on 700Hz frequency on stock settings but hardware errors get big at 720Hz.

Just asking before I touch the pots.  I am going steady at 3.9 MH/s at stock settings, 700Hz frequency.  I am running a single stick on a USB 3.0 port of the PC, running Ubuntu 18.04.

Thanks for any help.       --scryptr

P.S.  Looks like a piece of Astroturf was pitched in the trash. Good riddance!  (spam post was deleted).       -scryptr

Never touched the pots. Just ran it as usual in a powered USB strip. I'm just super unlucky. Mine screamed like a banshee after a few weeks I couldn't stand it and removed the fan. Then added 2 external fans. It ran cooler that way and much more stable. Then it decided it was done hashing. Le sigh.

Yea, the fans were really bad. But jstefanop said they were cheap. So either these or some more expensive which would naturally reflect in miner price.
I removed fans after few weeks and also using external one. But miners works like a charm almost a year 24/7. So except the fans it's rock solid design IMO.

Honestly I was quite sure this won't make me profit (espeially because I used BTC for purchase). Just wanted to have some ... you know, maybe one day they'll be collectibles.

@scryptr: I did some small pot adjustment. The final setting is bit different for each stick. Default freq. is 600 (so HW err. at 720 without pot adj. is ... quite expectable).

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September 27, 2018, 04:52:51 PM
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i have one that is consistently slower than the other ones.

i haven't adjusted anything, should i try for the core or memory? im running them at speed 796.

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