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November 10, 2019, 09:15:05 PM
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Just got my first moonlander 2 to mess around with and have run into a problem I can't seem to get around

Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508 is the error that keeps popping up.

any thoughts?

Sounds like some windows/usb driver incompatibility...what version of windows are you running, and are you using the latest silicon labs USB driver?

I am running windows ten and have reloaded the drivers. I actually had it working for about a day or so but then it started happening again. Any thoughts?
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November 10, 2019, 10:40:40 PM
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First Time poster.

Just got my first moonlander 2 to mess around with and have run into a problem I can't seem to get around

Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508 is the error that keeps popping up.

any thoughts?

Sounds like some windows/usb driver incompatibility...what version of windows are you running, and are you using the latest silicon labs USB driver?

I am running windows ten and have reloaded the drivers. I actually had it working for about a day or so but then it started happening again. Any thoughts?

sorry to say but ive had so many issues with mine..
windows 10 is not happy with the way they communicate through usb.

just get a cheap raspberry pi and use that with minera.. then have it reboot every few hours and they restart automatically..
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November 10, 2019, 10:50:05 PM
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First Time poster.

Just got my first moonlander 2 to mess around with and have run into a problem I can't seem to get around

Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508 is the error that keeps popping up.

any thoughts?

Sounds like some windows/usb driver incompatibility...what version of windows are you running, and are you using the latest silicon labs USB driver?

I am running windows ten and have reloaded the drivers. I actually had it working for about a day or so but then it started happening again. Any thoughts?

sorry to say but ive had so many issues with mine..
windows 10 is not happy with the way they communicate through usb.

just get a cheap raspberry pi and use that with minera.. then have it reboot every few hours and they restart automatically..

Gotcha, no real experience with raspberry pi. Can you point me in a direction for research/purchase advice, thanks for the help.
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November 10, 2019, 11:00:34 PM
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First Time poster.

Just got my first moonlander 2 to mess around with and have run into a problem I can't seem to get around

Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508 is the error that keeps popping up.

any thoughts?

Sounds like some windows/usb driver incompatibility...what version of windows are you running, and are you using the latest silicon labs USB driver?

I am running windows ten and have reloaded the drivers. I actually had it working for about a day or so but then it started happening again. Any thoughts?

sorry to say but ive had so many issues with mine..
windows 10 is not happy with the way they communicate through usb.

just get a cheap raspberry pi and use that with minera.. then have it reboot every few hours and they restart automatically..

Gotcha, no real experience with raspberry pi. Can you point me in a direction for research/purchase advice, thanks for the help.

mine is a really old one, but you can get the whole kit on amazon for pretty cheap.
i know they sell them at frys, and maybe microcenter.
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here is a JSON example config file for bfgminer V5.4.2 for the futurebit moonlander 2
i hope it useful for someone

{
"pools" : [
        {
                "url" : "your-first-miningpool",
                "user" : "your_username" ,
                "pass" : "your_password"
        },
        {
                "url" : "your-second-miningpool",
                "user" : "your_username",
                "pass" : "your_password"
        },
        {
                "url" : "your-third-miningpool",
                "user" : "your_username",
                "pass" : "your_password"
        }
]
,
"api-listen" : true,
"api-mcast-port" : "4028",
"api-network" : true,
"api-port" : "4028",
"expiry" : "120",
"failover-only" : true,
"hotplug" : "17",
"log" : "5",
"no-pool-disable" : true,
"queue" : "4",
"scan-time" : "60",
"scrypt" : true,
"shares" : "0",
"api-allow" : "W:127.0.0.1, R:192.168.1,0/24",
"scan" : "MLD:all",
"set" : "MLD:clock=600,baud=23040,chips=1,usefifo=0,thread-concurrency=50000,lookup-gap=0,gpu-threads=1"
}

starting the BFGminer with
./bfgminer --config ./bfgminer.conf


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November 20, 2019, 06:45:49 PM
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0793NQRYZ
USB 3.0 Adapter 90 Degree Male to Female Coupler Connector Plug Left Angle and Right Angle by Oxsubor


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QYS3FD8
USB 3.0 Male to Female Extension Adapter - 90 Degree Right Angle USB A Male to A Female Extender - USB Male Upward and Downward Connector


These are the answer to the lack of space between sockets on powered USB hubs.

Alternate one Moonlander with the appropriate right angle connector and you should be able to fill your hub.
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November 30, 2019, 04:14:02 PM
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Moonlander2 arrived yesterday.was able to get it mining. today i get a error stating no server found,url probably entered incorrectly. i found snippets of this discussion without any real resolutions. thoughts?
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Moonlander2 arrived yesterday.was able to get it mining. today i get a error stating no server found,url probably entered incorrectly. i found snippets of this discussion without any real resolutions. thoughts?


I'm a newbie here myself.  Same thing happened to me.  No idea why.
These are the things i tried to fix it.  Some combination of them eventually got the miners going again.

The correct url for Litecoinpool is   Litecoinpool.org   Not US.Litecoinpool.org
Make sure your USB hub can supply ~2 amps to EACH moonlander-NOT a total of 2 amps for ALL ports.

Reboot the computer
Power cycle the computer
Turn the moonlanders off and then on again
Move them to different ports on the USB hub
Connect the USB hub to a different port on the computer
Power cycle the modem and router
In Windows Defender make exceptions in the firewalls for the url of the mining pools I was using Litecoinpool.org and Prohashing.com
Verify that antivirus wasn't blocking the pool addresses
Verify that PiHole wasn't blocking the pool addresses
Turn off the miners.  Then in Device Manager right click and dismount them.  Turn off the computer.  Turn it back on.  After It finishes booting open device manager and verify that the miners are not active, then power them up.  They should show active in a few seconds generally starting with COM 3.
In Device Manager double click each miner.  In the Port Settings Tab I bumped the port speed to 38,400bps from the default 9600 bps.  In the Power management tab Uncheck the "Allow the computer to turn off this device" box.  Click ok. Do this for each miner. Close Device Manager and power cycle the compiter.
Took me forever to go through all that.  In the end I have no idea exactly what worked, but they ultimately connected and started hashing merrily away.

I have four MoonLanders, and I think Santa is bringing two more.

This is my init string:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://litecoinpool.org:3333/ -u MyUserName.MyMinerName -p 1, -S MLD:\\.\COM3 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM4 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM5 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM6 --set MLD:clock=924

I keep track of my Landers with a tiny number sticker on the fan:
Lander01/Ser# 14fe4f36932ae911875df8c8a6fee405/HubPort 01/COM 5/DMPort_#0003.Hub_#0005/vcore=.890/vmem=.907/Clock=924

HubPort is the USB hub port
Com 5 is the Device Manager designation
DMPort is also from Device Manager,
vcore is the core voltage
vmem is the memory voltage

My four miners have been running at 924Mh/s and are stable at under 1% hard error rate.
If you overclock make sure you have a fan blowing over the landers.  They can get really hot.  Use a multimeter to verify voltages, don' guess.  You can kill the lander by overvolting.

Kind of off topic but here's an easy way to get to the device manager.

Windows has a God mode.  You too can become a diety.

You must be using a user account with administrator privileges.

On your desktop create a new folder.
To name the folder, copy and paste this line:

GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

All of it. Must be exact. The folder icon will change to a little blue box.
Open it, and you will have direct access to 206 Windows functions all listed in nice little groups.

Find "Devices And Printers"
Open that and find "Device Manager"
Right-click, drag, and drop "Device Manager" onto your desktop and from the context menu choose "Create a shortcut here"
Close the "GodMode" folder
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December 23, 2019, 07:48:44 AM
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Moonlander2 arrived yesterday.was able to get it mining. today i get a error stating no server found,url probably entered incorrectly. i found snippets of this discussion without any real resolutions. thoughts?


I'm a newbie here myself.  Same thing happened to me.  No idea why.
These are the things i tried to fix it.  Some combination of them eventually got the miners going again.

The correct url for Litecoinpool is   Litecoinpool.org   Not US.Litecoinpool.org
Make sure your USB hub can supply ~2 amps to EACH moonlander-NOT a total of 2 amps for ALL ports.

Reboot the computer
Power cycle the computer
Turn the moonlanders off and then on again
Move them to different ports on the USB hub
Connect the USB hub to a different port on the computer
Power cycle the modem and router
In Windows Defender make exceptions in the firewalls for the url of the mining pools I was using Litecoinpool.org and Prohashing.com
Verify that antivirus wasn't blocking the pool addresses
Verify that PiHole wasn't blocking the pool addresses
Turn off the miners.  Then in Device Manager right click and dismount them.  Turn off the computer.  Turn it back on.  After It finishes booting open device manager and verify that the miners are not active, then power them up.  They should show active in a few seconds generally starting with COM 3.
In Device Manager double click each miner.  In the Port Settings Tab I bumped the port speed to 38,400bps from the default 9600 bps.  In the Power management tab Uncheck the "Allow the computer to turn off this device" box.  Click ok. Do this for each miner. Close Device Manager and power cycle the compiter.
Took me forever to go through all that.  In the end I have no idea exactly what worked, but they ultimately connected and started hashing merrily away.

I have four MoonLanders, and I think Santa is bringing two more.

This is my init string:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://litecoinpool.org:3333/ -u MyUserName.MyMinerName -p 1, -S MLD:\\.\COM3 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM4 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM5 --set MLD:clock=924 -S MLD:\\.\COM6 --set MLD:clock=924

I keep track of my Landers with a tiny number sticker on the fan:
Lander01/Ser# 14fe4f36932ae911875df8c8a6fee405/HubPort 01/COM 5/DMPort_#0003.Hub_#0005/vcore=.890/vmem=.907/Clock=924

HubPort is the USB hub port
Com 5 is the Device Manager designation
DMPort is also from Device Manager,
vcore is the core voltage
vmem is the memory voltage

My four miners have been running at 924Mh/s and are stable at under 1% hard error rate.
If you overclock make sure you have a fan blowing over the landers.  They can get really hot.  Use a multimeter to verify voltages, don' guess.  You can kill the lander by overvolting.

Kind of off topic but here's an easy way to get to the device manager.

Windows has a God mode.  You too can become a diety.

You must be using a user account with administrator privileges.

On your desktop create a new folder.
To name the folder, copy and paste this line:

GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

All of it. Must be exact. The folder icon will change to a little blue box.
Open it, and you will have direct access to 206 Windows functions all listed in nice little groups.

Find "Devices And Printers"
Open that and find "Device Manager"
Right-click, drag, and drop "Device Manager" onto your desktop and from the context menu choose "Create a shortcut here"
Close the "GodMode" folder

Hello
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start your ML´s with:
"bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://us.litecoinpool.org:3333 -u jstefanop.1 -p 1,d=128  -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=600"
if it works, you ML is ok and you can play with other overclock Settings ...

sergtjim
a ML "out of the Box" will not start / Long work with 924 clock  frequency  Roll Eyes this is a massive overclock and not recommended without extra cooling !

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December 23, 2019, 03:25:56 PM
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Nice setup there.

Absolutely 924 is a huge overclock.

I have a 188 CFM fan blowing over the Moonlanders.  Works great - it's an inline tube fan generally used in marijuana grow houses.  Has a four inch outlet that comfortably accomodates my four Landers.  Heat sink temps stay about twenty degrees above room ambient temperature.

I spent a bunch of time diddling voltages and ended up with these as most stable.  Hard error rate is ~.62%.  I used to stop them and power cycle each morning but I have been curious as to exactly how stable these really are.  So far, they've now been running six days and 13.5 hours without failing or any increase in error rates.

Device 03/COM 3/Port_#0004.Hub_#0003/vcore=.890/vmem=.908/Clock=924
Device 04/COM 4/Port_#0001.Hub_#0003/vcore=.891/vmem=.907/Clock=924
Device 01/COM 5/Port_#0003.Hub_#0005/vcore=.890/vmem=.907/Clock=924
Device 02/COM 6/Port_#0002.Hub_#0004/vcore=.891/vmem=.907/Clock=924

I suspect that the BrovSS 10 port hub I'm using has something to do with that.  It actually does supply 2.1 amps per port.  It is also connected through my UPS, so it gets stable filtered power input regulated to 120VAC plus or minus three volts.

I also upped the port speed in Device Manager to 38400bps from the default 9600bps.

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December 23, 2019, 03:31:45 PM
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Any fixes for the:
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[2019-10-31 11:11:59] Started bfgminer 5.4.2-38-g106390aSegmentation fault

Haven't seen any responses.  Just curious as now I have both miners just collecting dust, removed them completely out of my rig.  As it's getting segmentation faults on every pool.  Ran both on a Ubuntu and raspberry pi systems.  It's been running flawlessly for months 24/7 on my raspberry Pi until just recently.  Not sure why they are failing now unless this is a problem with the moon lander itself?
Have you run any updates on the Pi?
You might want to delete bfgminer and rebuild.  From some minor research it looks like segmentation faults are often from build issues, though sometimes it is from missing dependencies on the OS. So I would try an update and reboot first and if that fails start from scratch. If you used the download from Futurebit I might redownload and unzip it to a different location.

Otherwise I have no clue...

Thanks I'll try rebuilding it.  Haven't done any updates to that unit since everything has been working.  I also run several Newpacs and R606's also on the same pi 4.   I'll rebuild it into a new directory and see if that resolves the issue.  I have another Pi 4 that's currently not being used, may give it a try on it as well.  Just to rule out if something is a bit off on the rig it's currently running or not.

Thanks for the assist

Well finally got around to fully testing this.  Still unsure why it's now messing up.   These two moonlanders I have ran originally on a Raspberry Pi 3 and later Pi 4 without issue.  About 6 months 24/7 on a Pi 3.   I'm assuming since there have been some forced updates on the Raspberry Pi 4 kernel that it's possibly causing the Segmentation Fault errors?  I have 3 pi's and have tested on all 3 of them.  I've reloaded Raspbian and went lite, full buster and NOOBS editions, same results.  It might run now for an hour or sometimes up to 8 hours but the miner eventually crashes with a Segmentation Fault.  Sadly I am unable to find any prior release copies of Raspbian.  The oldest copy I have is Noobs Version 3.2 that was released in July 2019.  So I've only be able to back date my OS to that point with these tests.

I've now loaded them on my personal Windows 10 rig.  They are running for now.  I'll see if they will remain stable and if so I'll then just attach them to one of my GPU mining rigs (with powered usb hub).    I'm assuming the links on the first page of this thread are still valid for the bfgminer software?  So there hasn't been any updates since 2017?   Just wanting to make sure I am using the right miner.

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I'm pretty sure that is the most recent release.  If you're using Windows 10 make sure you use the 64 bit driver.

I looked and don't have any old versions of Raspian.
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Any ideas on this error:

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Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508

I reinstalled windows 10 on my Gpu rig, and nothing has changed since I installed this earlier this week. But now receiving this Failed sanity check.  The miner appears to be still hashing on after I give it a few minutes.   I uninstalled the 210x driver, reinstalled it, still same results.  Once it starts hashing (700Mhz averaging 3.9Mh/s.   And while mining it'll come up often.

Any ideas on how to correct this?
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Are you using a USB hub or are you plugged directly into a USB port on your computer?

How many amps can your USB connection provide to the MoonLander?

Do you have a multimeter?  If so check the memory and core voltages.  Despite what It says on page 1, all four of my moonlanders are much more stable with the voltages set at .907 running at 924Mhz..

Also try speeding up your com port,   the default speed is 9600bps which is painfully slow.  I set mine to 38,400.
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Are you using a USB hub or are you plugged directly into a USB port on your computer?

How many amps can your USB connection provide to the MoonLander?

Do you have a multimeter?  If so check the memory and core voltages.  Despite what It says on page 1, all four of my moonlanders are much more stable with the voltages set at .907 running at 924Mhz..

Also try speeding up your com port,   the default speed is 9600bps which is painfully slow.  I set mine to 38,400.

The usb hub is a GekkoScience 7 port hub, 3a per port so more than enough power for these little things.  As I have another one of these hubs powering my newpacs and R606's.   These moonlanders worked on the same machine, the only difference is that I did a fresh windows 10 install onto a M.2 SSD instead of the 1TB Hard Drive that I originally had on this box.    I'm reinstalling again as I noticed issues with the 210x drivers and couldn't get them uninstalled/reinstalled.   Since this drive was fresh to begin with, figured wouldn't hurt resetting everything again Cheesy


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Oddly enough it still does it even after fresh install.  Without even plugging the moonlanders or the hub up to the system yet, just run the start_moonlander bat file first as a test, the first thing that pops up is the error "Failed to sanity check in lowl-vcom.c windows_usb_get_string():508"

Then after a few seconds the message waiting on devices appears which I was expecting that message since I haven't plugged them in yet.   This is running on a AsRock H110 pro BTC+ motherboard.   Just odd it was originally working and now it's giving these sanity errors.  If it keeps up I'll loose my own sanity Cheesy Cheesy

I've now moved it to another gpu mining rig. Same setup and it's working fine on that one, no errors.  So that's where it'll stay Cheesy
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I been reading through the thread but can’t find it. Why do I get FutureBit error permission denied. Any fix to this Moonlander 2
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I been reading through the thread but can’t find it. Why do I get FutureBit error permission denied. Any fix to this Moonlander 2

You running this in windows?  Linux?  Raspberry Pi?    If you are on linux / Raspberry Pi then you need to use sudo before your .sh file.    So if you created a script as example start_miner.sh  then on command line you will need to do sudo ./start_miner.sh
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January 04, 2020, 02:07:51 PM
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Hi all ,
If i started bfg miner with that commando : ./bfgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://stratum-ltc.antpool.org:8888 -u expamleuser.rpi -p 1,d=128 -s ALL --set MLD:clock=600 on my rpi it comes : Pool 0 : Unknown straum msg: {"error": null, "id":autoh,"result":true}
i searched with Google and try to fixed it with other Solutions but it didnt helped.Also i tried all three antpool ltc pool adresses . Can someone help me ?

My Setup : -RPI 4 Raspbian
                 -futurebit Moonlander2
                 -antpool

Thanks a lot

Greetings bitrock
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Hi,
Antpool  Undecided
did you test with another pool? ML2 and Litecoinpool.org is a good stable base ...

Jens

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Any chance someone can write up a step-by-step guide for getting these working on a Raspberry Pi 3B? I'm a Linux novice and most of what I see assumes a certain level of know how. I was hoping to set it up wirelessly on Minera, but at this point I'm so confused I'll take what I can get... Thanks in advance!

so you need the a foolproof copy n paste "just get it to work" description?

i'll write a short version for you that is most probably not perfect - but will most probably work.


Login to your raspberry pi with putty. (if this already is a problem - let me know). - you can as well login locally if you got keyboard and screen attached!

install neccesary library files (thanks to jstefanop for providing this info)
Code:
sudo apt install libjansson-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev


Code:
mkdir miner
 this will create a directory in your home directory for bfgminer.
Code:
cd miner
now you are in the new folder with the name "miner"

Code:
wget https://github.com/jstefanop/bfgminer/releases/download/bfgminer-5.4.2-futurebit2/bfgminer_5.4.2-futurebit2_linux_armv6.tar.gz
this will download the precompiled (ready to run) bfgminer from jstefanop.

now lets unpack this tar.gz file - this is a zipped tarball (something like a .zip file in windows - atleast similar)

Code:
tar xzfv bfgminer_5.4.2-futurebit2_linux_armv6.tar.gz
now theres running lots of text of the files being unpacked into a folder.

lets go into the new unpacked folder!
Code:
cd bfgminer_5.4.2-futurebit2_linux_armv6

here is the complete bfgminer including a short startup script from jstefanop.

now you can either edit the existing start script by using editor of your choice - i am using nano.
Code:
nano start_moonlander2.sh
and change the pool, the username (after -u) the password (after -p) and save the file again
Code:
CTRL + o
or
Code:
STRG + o
depending on keyboard layout.

now thats its saved - quit the editor.
Code:
CTRL + X
or
Code:
STRG + x

you are ready to do a test run!
Code:
./start_moonlander2.sh
now bfgminer will start (hopefully).

if you dont want to edit existing config you can as well try this:
Code:
echo ./bfgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://us.litecoinpool.org:3333 -u jstefanop.1 -p 1,d=128 -S ALL --set MLD:clock=600 >startmoonlander.sh
in this line you change the pool - the username - the password option.
this will create a new file called "startmoonlander.sh" with your options - which can be modified later.

this file cant be used right now cause it is not executable. lets change that!
Code:
chmod +x startmoonlander.sh

and now you can try your new startup script!
Code:
./startmoonlander.sh

if you encounter any errors - describe them as good as possible or show us a screenshot and i bet - we will find a solution!

Greetings - Astrali



So I am trying to install on Pi4 and it all worked up till
(code) wget https://github.com/jstefanop/bfgminer/releases/download/bfgminer-5.4.2-futurebit2/bfgminer_5.4.2-futurebit2_linux_armv6.tar.gz

it comes back with a message:
unable to resolve host address 

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