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June 20, 2020, 06:05:00 PM
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Does anyone know if BFGminer for Raspberry pi has been updated yet to include auto-restart?

I don't think I ever updated those binaries since most people self-compile on pi's. I'll get around to pushing an updated release for these with some fixes after im done with the full node update for the Apollo.

How is the Apollo project coming? Any updates on updating the Moonlander software?
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June 29, 2020, 09:29:34 PM
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Does anyone know if BFGminer for Raspberry pi has been updated yet to include auto-restart?

I don't think I ever updated those binaries since most people self-compile on pi's. I'll get around to pushing an updated release for these with some fixes after im done with the full node update for the Apollo.

How is the Apollo project coming? Any updates on updating the Moonlander software?

I too would like to know about updating the Moonlander software. I'm still having the issue where one, and it's the same one, constantly drops out of BFGMiner. I'm tired of rebooting my RPi 4 and my USB hub, because it only works correctly for a few hours before it starts doing the same behavior.

Either my Moonlander is defective, or the software needs to be updated.
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June 30, 2020, 04:14:23 PM
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It seems that the "errors" I'm seeing about "Pool 0 is sending mismatched....." is BFGMiner not being able to handle
a pool that switches coins. If I mine just one coin I don't see those errors, however, mining just one coin is much less
profitable than allowing the profit switching pool to do it's thing, so I'm just going to ignore those errors.

I just spent the last few hours fine tuning the memory and core clock voltages and am now getting fewer hardware errors
and I can set a higher clock rate now. Currently getting an average 4.6MH/s from each of them.

I do wish that Futurebit had used different pots for voltage adjustment. Not having a stop at the ends is a bit hazardous
and using pots that are all metal causes the unit to lock up any time you touch the memory voltage pot. That being said, at
least with the memory voltage, once you have it set around 0.75-0.80 volts you don't have to touch it again.

It would be very nice to get the BFGMiner software updated and optimized. I would dive in and give it a shot but after looking
at some of the code there are many aspects of it that are definitely outside my skill set.
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July 31, 2020, 06:54:02 PM
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Anybody tried to use bfgminer on baleba.io with Rpi?
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July 31, 2020, 09:23:28 PM
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I cannot figure out how to get it to work on my pi - so i brought it to the windows pc and this is what I get:




This is my first moonlander so not sure what the issue is.

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August 01, 2020, 04:42:19 AM
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I cannot figure out how to get it to work on my pi - so i brought it to the windows pc and this is what I get:




This is my first moonlander so not sure what the issue is.

Looks like something is wrong.
Is the stick brand new or you bought second hand?
Have you done any pot (voltage) adjustments?
Are you using powered USB hub?


or try this to check if miner is OK
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Put "-D 2>log.txt" at the end of the bat command. Start it up and it will spit out the log.txt file in same directory.
In there you will see startup sequence and it checks for number of active cores. Should say 64.
(it was posted earlier by jstefanop)

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August 01, 2020, 05:30:19 AM
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I cannot figure out how to get it to work on my pi - so i brought it to the windows pc and this is what I get:




This is my first moonlander so not sure what the issue is.

Looks like something is wrong.
Is the stick brand new or you bought second hand?
Have you done any pot (voltage) adjustments?
Are you using powered USB hub?


or try this to check if miner is OK
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Put "-D 2>log.txt" at the end of the bat command. Start it up and it will spit out the log.txt file in same directory.
In there you will see startup sequence and it checks for number of active cores. Should say 64.
(it was posted earlier by jstefanop)

sorry - I forgot to come back and post, it is working fine now. I had it placed in the usb port at the top of the tower - there was a portable drive in the second usb - once I removed the portable drive, the moonlander2 started working fine.

It has been running for about 6-7 hours and has earned 0.00002206 on litecoinpool.org

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August 01, 2020, 05:57:19 AM
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...snip...

sorry - I forgot to come back and post, it is working fine now. I had it placed in the usb port at the top of the tower - there was a portable drive in the second usb - once I removed the portable drive, the moonlander2 started working fine.

It has been running for about 6-7 hours and has earned 0.00002206 on litecoinpool.org

I am trying to find the best solo pool for one of these and then I am going to move it to a solo pool

OK, NP
Wish you good luck with solo. I had one mining solo LTC since begining (it's almost 2 years now).
As expected no hit ... but little compensation is I'm renting it pretty expensive (and still got some customer time to time.)

A month ago I rent single miner for 8 hours and got 0.0018 LTC.

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August 29, 2020, 12:31:02 AM
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well the moonlander did not make it long - I came home to find the usb part still plugged in but the rest of the miner on the ground - it fell apart Sad


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August 31, 2020, 08:17:42 PM
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Hi there, i have several moonlanders connected to a raspberry pi, unfortunately for some reasons the bfgminer crash time to time. Dont know if problem of connection or even lack of memory of rasp ( its model b+ lol ) .
its there any way to bfgminer restart for example if hash drop or even better lets say to restart every 6 hours for example ?
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September 09, 2020, 02:03:57 AM
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Hello and good evening. How are you? So random question. Is it possible to have a moonlander 2 act as a gpu? I would like to lower the frequency and mine some other altcoins besides scrypt based. Thank you
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September 09, 2020, 04:44:26 AM
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well the moonlander did not make it long - I came home to find the usb part still plugged in but the rest of the miner on the ground - it fell apart Sad



is this fixable with solder? or is it just garbage now?

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Last edit: September 12, 2020, 10:03:52 AM by Lasergun
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is this fixable with solder?

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September 09, 2020, 10:35:06 AM
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is this fixable with solder?

Of course, you just need a USB A-type male plug:


thanks! i didnt even know what to call it lol

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September 09, 2020, 07:06:36 PM
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well the moonlander did not make it long - I came home to find the usb part still plugged in but the rest of the miner on the ground - it fell apart Sad



is this fixable with solder? or is it just garbage now?

Umm how the hell did that happen? Impossible for it to just fall off without someone smashing into it while its plugged in.

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September 09, 2020, 07:44:49 PM
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well the moonlander did not make it long - I came home to find the usb part still plugged in but the rest of the miner on the ground - it fell apart Sad



is this fixable with solder? or is it just garbage now?

Umm how the hell did that happen? Impossible for it to just fall off without someone smashing into it while its plugged in.

it was on a laptop usb port that was sitting in the middle of a table so the stick was hanging out of the usb port horizontally but was also only 1/2" off the table top so no one really could run into it.  All I can figure is the weight of it was too much - it was like that for a few weeks before it snapped off.

I will try and repair it and put it in a usb hub that holds it upright.

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September 12, 2020, 04:08:07 AM
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just got my moonlanders and have been struggling to get them to connect to AntPool

I can mine on any other pool except antpool.  I Believe it is due to the url ( stratum+tcp://stratum-ltc.antpool.com:8888 ). i think the dash - is messing up the syntax or something. other pools i have tried do not have a dash in the url.

anyone find a way around this? happens on my mac, linux laptop, and ras pi.
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September 12, 2020, 09:55:16 AM
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Is this miner is available now on amazon and to other online store? and what are the coin is supporting this miner, is this capable to mine Ethereum? Is there anyone here already tried it or buy it? Let me know your experience in using it.  Thanks
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Is this miner is available now on amazon and to other online store? and what are the coin is supporting this miner, is this capable to mine Ethereum? Is there anyone here already tried it or buy it? Let me know your experience in using it.  Thanks

you can buy them direct from the Futurebit site - https://shop.futurebit.io/products/moonlander-2-usb-stick-asic-miner-for-scrypt-algorithm-cryptocurrencies?variant=8651174445171

no, it cannot mine Ethereum - these miners are Scrypt algo

The one I had worked great - it is not a large money maker but it is perfect to learn mining on and doesn't cost anything to run basically.

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Is this miner is available now on amazon and to other online store? and what are the coin is supporting this miner, is this capable to mine Ethereum? Is there anyone here already tried it or buy it? Let me know your experience in using it.  Thanks

you can buy them direct from the Futurebit site - https://shop.futurebit.io/products/moonlander-2-usb-stick-asic-miner-for-scrypt-algorithm-cryptocurrencies?variant=8651174445171

no, it cannot mine Ethereum - these miners are Scrypt algo

The one I had worked great - it is not a large money maker but it is perfect to learn mining on and doesn't cost anything to run basically.

you can not mine Ethereum directly, but...

try some multicoin-multialgo mining pools (for example zpool) to mine scrypt coins with low diff (for example Emerald ;-)) ) and get payed in ETH, BTC, DASH or similar major coins

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