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Author Topic: Vanitygen: Vanity bitcoin address generator/miner [v0.22]  (Read 808193 times)
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April 15, 2013, 01:29:16 PM
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Even with that file in the directory I don't get anything. I'm running Windows 8, by the way.

Seems like curl does not load cacert.pem under windows for some reason, I'll try to fix & rebuild once i'll get access to windows machine. On linux it seems to work, though:

Code:
# ./catalystwrap ./oclvanityminer -v -d 0:1 -u https://vanitypool.appspot.com/ -a 14kCFssNkH8SsXdCu8aW7AuLusQwrBDsk2
./oclvanityminer: /usr/lib/libOpenCL.so.1: no version information available (required by ./oclvanityminer)
* About to connect() to vanitypool.appspot.com port 443 (#0)
*   Trying 173.194.70.141...
* Connected to vanitypool.appspot.com (173.194.70.141) port 443 (#0)
* successfully set certificate verify locations:
*   CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
  CApath: none
* SSL connection using ECDHE-RSA-RC4-SHA
* Server certificate:
* subject: C=US; ST=California; L=Mountain View; O=Google Inc; CN=*.appspot.com
* start date: 2013-03-27 13:24:05 GMT
* expire date: 2013-12-31 15:58:50 GMT
* subjectAltName: vanitypool.appspot.com matched
* issuer: C=US; O=Google Inc; CN=Google Internet Authority
* SSL certificate verify ok.
> GET /getWork HTTP/1.1
Host: vanitypool.appspot.com
Accept: */*

< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
< Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
< Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 13:24:19 GMT
< Server: Google Frontend
< Cache-Control: private
< Transfer-Encoding: chunked
<
* Connection #0 to host vanitypool.appspot.com left intact
Device: Scrapper
Vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (1002)
Driver: 1016.4
Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Version: OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1016.4)
Max compute units: 2
Max workgroup size: 256
Global memory: 268435456
Max allocation: 134217728
OpenCL compiler flags: -DDEEP_PREPROC_UNROLL -DVERY_EXPENSIVE_BRANCHES -DDEEP_VLIW -DAMD_BFI_INT -DCATALYST_WORKAROUND
Loading kernel binary dd8ff274de8e0f156d9062519e8ab3ba.oclbin
Grid size: 1024x512
Modular inverse: 512 threads, 1024 ops each
Available bounties:
Pattern: "1XXXXXXX" Reward: 0.088063 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Fizzisist" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Satan666" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1kArLMaRx" Reward: 1.600000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1111Wish" Reward: 0.320000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "123456789" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ALiCECiLA" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1AUSTRALiA" Reward: 0.720000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Anonymous" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1BrownFox" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Casascius" Reward: 0.720000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Konichiwa" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1LazyDog1" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Mercedes" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Porsche1" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Rastafari" Reward: 0.480000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1RedCross" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1RedQueen" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1STEELERS" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SatoshiNak" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Saturday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SiLkRoAd" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SkRRJyTC" Reward: 0.160000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SoDesuNe" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1TeraVPS" Reward: 0.016000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ThankYou" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Thousand" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Thursday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Universe" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Washing1" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Wednesday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1WiKiLEAKS" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ZhouTong" Reward: 0.480000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1currency" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1qwertyuiop" Reward: 1.200000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Batch of 31, total value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1STEQUALD" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1BitSnitch" Reward: 0.040000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "123456789" Reward: 0.118493 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1gSiLVER" Reward: 0.223200 Value: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1TheDoctor" Reward: 0.400000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Casascius" Reward: 3.200000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1swhitt7" Reward: 0.086400 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Coinbets" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1MrCoinMan" Reward: 0.160000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ThePiachu" Reward: 0.800000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1burrito" Reward: 0.120000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "17Strykes" Reward: 0.064000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1whisker" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1aantonop" Reward: 0.600000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1bitpoin" Reward: 0.012000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1AntjeDahm" Reward: 0.320000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1MoLeCuLaR" Reward: 0.120000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1DanieLRH" Reward: 0.088680 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1tigereye" Reward: 0.880000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Satoshi" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Searching for pattern: "1gSiLVER" Reward: 0.223200 Value: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Prefix difficulty:       51529903411245 1gSiLVER
Difficulty: 51529903411245

Total value for current work: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Using OpenCL prefix matcher
[1.27 Mkey/s][total 31981568][Prob 0.0%][50% in 325.9d]

It is probably looking for the ca file on some weird path, you can try using http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx to figure out the place where it is looking (if at all).

For now, you can use only the standalone ocl miner on windows.

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April 15, 2013, 01:52:42 PM
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Am I reading this right, that it generates 23k addresses per second?  And this particular address was found after 80,000?

Why do you want to create so many addresses per second?
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April 15, 2013, 02:25:08 PM
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So you can find your preferred address, your vanity one. You keep trying and trying until you find a match. The faster you generate keys, the faster you can chance upon your vanity address.

I just prefer if a new version comes out that makes compressed private keys (compressed public keys); the ones that start with L or K instead of 5.

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April 15, 2013, 02:30:26 PM
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I just prefer if a new version comes out that makes compressed private keys (compressed public keys); the ones that start with L or K instead of 5.
Give me a link to a working version, I'll look at it, it shouldn't be too difficult to change

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April 15, 2013, 02:58:52 PM
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Even with that file in the directory I don't get anything. I'm running Windows 8, by the way.

Seems like curl does not load cacert.pem under windows for some reason, I'll try to fix & rebuild once i'll get access to windows machine. On linux it seems to work, though:

Code:
# ./catalystwrap ./oclvanityminer -v -d 0:1 -u https://vanitypool.appspot.com/ -a 14kCFssNkH8SsXdCu8aW7AuLusQwrBDsk2
./oclvanityminer: /usr/lib/libOpenCL.so.1: no version information available (required by ./oclvanityminer)
* About to connect() to vanitypool.appspot.com port 443 (#0)
*   Trying 173.194.70.141...
* Connected to vanitypool.appspot.com (173.194.70.141) port 443 (#0)
* successfully set certificate verify locations:
*   CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
  CApath: none
* SSL connection using ECDHE-RSA-RC4-SHA
* Server certificate:
* subject: C=US; ST=California; L=Mountain View; O=Google Inc; CN=*.appspot.com
* start date: 2013-03-27 13:24:05 GMT
* expire date: 2013-12-31 15:58:50 GMT
* subjectAltName: vanitypool.appspot.com matched
* issuer: C=US; O=Google Inc; CN=Google Internet Authority
* SSL certificate verify ok.
> GET /getWork HTTP/1.1
Host: vanitypool.appspot.com
Accept: */*

< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
< Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
< Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 13:24:19 GMT
< Server: Google Frontend
< Cache-Control: private
< Transfer-Encoding: chunked
<
* Connection #0 to host vanitypool.appspot.com left intact
Device: Scrapper
Vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (1002)
Driver: 1016.4
Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Version: OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1016.4)
Max compute units: 2
Max workgroup size: 256
Global memory: 268435456
Max allocation: 134217728
OpenCL compiler flags: -DDEEP_PREPROC_UNROLL -DVERY_EXPENSIVE_BRANCHES -DDEEP_VLIW -DAMD_BFI_INT -DCATALYST_WORKAROUND
Loading kernel binary dd8ff274de8e0f156d9062519e8ab3ba.oclbin
Grid size: 1024x512
Modular inverse: 512 threads, 1024 ops each
Available bounties:
Pattern: "1XXXXXXX" Reward: 0.088063 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Fizzisist" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Satan666" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1kArLMaRx" Reward: 1.600000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1111Wish" Reward: 0.320000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "123456789" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ALiCECiLA" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1AUSTRALiA" Reward: 0.720000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Anonymous" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1BrownFox" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Casascius" Reward: 0.720000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Konichiwa" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1LazyDog1" Reward: 0.008800 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Mercedes" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Porsche1" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Rastafari" Reward: 0.480000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1RedCross" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1RedQueen" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1STEELERS" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SatoshiNak" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Saturday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SiLkRoAd" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SkRRJyTC" Reward: 0.160000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1SoDesuNe" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1TeraVPS" Reward: 0.016000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ThankYou" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Thousand" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Thursday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Universe" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Washing1" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Wednesday" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1WiKiLEAKS" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ZhouTong" Reward: 0.480000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1currency" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1qwertyuiop" Reward: 1.200000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Batch of 31, total value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1STEQUALD" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1BitSnitch" Reward: 0.040000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "123456789" Reward: 0.118493 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1gSiLVER" Reward: 0.223200 Value: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1TheDoctor" Reward: 0.400000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Casascius" Reward: 3.200000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1swhitt7" Reward: 0.086400 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Coinbets" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1MrCoinMan" Reward: 0.160000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1ThePiachu" Reward: 0.800000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1burrito" Reward: 0.120000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "17Strykes" Reward: 0.064000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1whisker" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1aantonop" Reward: 0.600000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1bitpoin" Reward: 0.012000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1AntjeDahm" Reward: 0.320000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1MoLeCuLaR" Reward: 0.120000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1DanieLRH" Reward: 0.088680 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1tigereye" Reward: 0.880000 Value: 0.000000 BTC/Gkey
Pattern: "1Satoshi" Reward: 0.080000 Value: 0.000002 BTC/Gkey
Searching for pattern: "1gSiLVER" Reward: 0.223200 Value: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Prefix difficulty:       51529903411245 1gSiLVER
Difficulty: 51529903411245

Total value for current work: 0.000004 BTC/Gkey
Using OpenCL prefix matcher
[1.27 Mkey/s][total 31981568][Prob 0.0%][50% in 325.9d]

It is probably looking for the ca file on some weird path, you can try using http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx to figure out the place where it is looking (if at all).

For now, you can use only the standalone ocl miner on windows.

Code:
C:\Users\[user]\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>oclvanityminer64 -v -d 0:1 -u ht
tps://vanitypool.appspot.com/ -a 1Kontakt75QDRR4B1uHW4RwTDhQVERCRMp
* timeout on name lookup is not supported
* About to connect() to vanitypool.appspot.com port 443 (#0)
*   Trying 173.194.74.141...
* Connected to vanitypool.appspot.com (173.194.74.141) port 443 (#0)
* libcurl is now using a weak random seed!
* SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate
* Closing connection 0
Get work request failed: Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with given CA
certificates

You're probably right about it not being able to find the file correctly.

I think there's something pretty majorly not working; there are a huge number of CreateFile operations, 625 of which fail with Path not found and 809 with Name not found errors. Also, so far as I can tell, it never actually calls for cacert.

I can't get the oclminer to work at all. Vantiygen works, but oclgen just hangs indefinitely.
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April 15, 2013, 04:02:27 PM
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I can't get the oclminer to work at all. Vantiygen works, but oclgen just hangs indefinitely.

Hmm, the hang problem has been reported earlier in the thread. It's odd oclminer does not hang as well, because AMD SDK dlls are overriden in exactly same fashion...

I presume

Code:
oclvanitygen64.exe -vv -d x:y 1blah

does not print anything and just hangs?

So far only catalyst 13.2 + win7 64 has been reported to work. Also try deleting opencl.dll in the current directory.

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Code:
C:\Users\[user]\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>oclvanitygen64.exe -vv -d 0:0 1b
oat
Prefix difficulty:            264104224 1boat
Difficulty: 264104224
^C

Just sits there.
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April 15, 2013, 06:37:19 PM
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Code:
C:\Users\[user]\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>oclvanitygen64.exe -vv -d 0:0 1b
oat
Prefix difficulty:            264104224 1boat
Difficulty: 264104224
^C

Just sits there.

Code:
^C
Means you pressed Ctrl+C and canceled the program

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April 15, 2013, 06:52:56 PM
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Thank you for that obvious fact. I'm well aware of the break operator. I did that so I could copy the output.

It will happily hang at that screen indefinitely until I tell it to break.
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Thank you for that obvious fact. I'm well aware of the break operator. I did that so I could copy the output.

It will happily hang at that screen indefinitely until I tell it to break.
Your welcome Tongue

I have no idea how this program works itself so my help ends there and now I leave you for someone else to help.  It's sortof like tech support asking if your printer is plugged in and powered on Wink

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April 15, 2013, 09:05:55 PM
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Thank you for that obvious fact. I'm well aware of the break operator. I did that so I could copy the output.

It will happily hang at that screen indefinitely until I tell it to break.
Your welcome Tongue

I have no idea how this program works itself so my help ends there and now I leave you for someone else to help.  It's sortof like tech support asking if your printer is plugged in and powered on Wink

Sorry, I have a bit of a knee jerk reaction to people telling me obvious things. Kind of like when I'm giving tech support, and the person that came to me is trying to give me advice. 'Have you tried rebooting?'

Still dunno why the certs are buggered though. Along with the rest of the program.
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April 15, 2013, 09:23:51 PM
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Hi all.   I'm really surprised that vanitygen hasn't switched to generating compressed keys.

Uncompressed keys have public keys about twice the size of compressed ones and this means that when you use vanitygen produced addresses you end up paying more in transaction fees, causing more increase in blockchain size, etc.

I have modified my own copy of vanitygen to produce compressed keys— and as a bonus it's about 15% faster. ... but I've only done CPU support, and at the moment I no longer have any ati GPUs (having sold off my GPU mining farm)... and I can't really justify putting in time to add support for features I don't need and thoroughly test it when I have so many other things I need to do for myself and others.

Are people still using vanitygen?
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April 15, 2013, 09:57:29 PM
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I'd like to use it, but I can't get it to work. It just hangs there like Kontakt said.
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April 16, 2013, 02:18:45 AM
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I have modified my own copy of vanitygen to produce compressed keys— and as a bonus it's about 15% faster. ... but I've only done CPU support, and at the moment I no longer have any ati GPUs (having sold off my GPU mining farm)... and I can't really justify putting in time to add support for features I don't need and thoroughly test it when I have so many other things I need to do for myself and others.

Are you distributing this?


Are people still using vanitygen?

I am, yes.

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April 16, 2013, 02:52:27 AM
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Hi all.   I'm really surprised that vanitygen hasn't switched to generating compressed keys.

Uncompressed keys have public keys about twice the size of compressed ones and this means that when you use vanitygen produced addresses you end up paying more in transaction fees, causing more increase in blockchain size, etc.

I have modified my own copy of vanitygen to produce compressed keys— and as a bonus it's about 15% faster. ... but I've only done CPU support, and at the moment I no longer have any ati GPUs (having sold off my GPU mining farm)... and I can't really justify putting in time to add support for features I don't need and thoroughly test it when I have so many other things I need to do for myself and others.

Are people still using vanitygen?

I am. I am using it as a bulk wallet generator, and to have fun making short vanity addresses. But I prefer compressed keys.

Please upload your version of vanitygen. We will all be grateful for it. Put a disclaimer on your version if you don't like support or whatever, I am sure it will work just fine as is if the only modification was making it produce compressed keys.

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hello i dont get hwo to use my 2 cards

i tried

-p 0 -d 0 -d 1
-d 0 - d 1

and so on,but it only keeps using the last specified device

my ocl platform is 0 and it has 2 devices 0 and 1
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April 17, 2013, 12:59:02 PM
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Hi all.   I'm really surprised that vanitygen hasn't switched to generating compressed keys.

Uncompressed keys have public keys about twice the size of compressed ones and this means that when you use vanitygen produced addresses you end up paying more in transaction fees, causing more increase in blockchain size, etc.

I have modified my own copy of vanitygen to produce compressed keys— and as a bonus it's about 15% faster. ... but I've only done CPU support, and at the moment I no longer have any ati GPUs (having sold off my GPU mining farm)... and I can't really justify putting in time to add support for features I don't need and thoroughly test it when I have so many other things I need to do for myself and others.

Are people still using vanitygen?
it works with Nvidia GPUs too or anything that supports OpenCL.
could you host your code @ github?

greetings

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April 17, 2013, 02:21:54 PM
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Ok. win32 second try, fully rebuilt:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ikm9307wsx0ydqt/vanitygen_catalyst.zip

To build from source code:

download https://github.com/wyuzhe/vanitygen/archive/master.zip, setup dependencies, nmake -f Makefile.win32/win64 etc.

Once you'we built all the binaries (8 in total), you can wrap the result with AMD APP SDK 2.8 compiler which seems to produce correct code in case you're getting compute errors.

Beware that to get correct version of the compiler you need to download the whole SDK (200MB).

Test it against beta catalyst driver on system. In case you get a crash/your card is frozen, try removing some or all the dlls of compiler wrapper in 32/ or 64/ directory.

Wrapped version, when running with -v, should report:
Code:
Version: OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1016.4)

Newer compiler versions produce incorrect results (block mining indeed unaffected - vanitygen kernel is nontrivial compared to simple sha256 one).

Detailed reports welcome as always.
Working here on 7970 with catalyst 13.3beta on Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1 (precompiled dropbox version)

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Directory of C:\Users\Mylon\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64

04/10/2013  01:49    <DIR>          .
04/10/2013  01:49    <DIR>          ..
12/28/2012  11:14        32,635,904 amdocl64.dll
12/28/2012  11:14         1,187,342 amdocl_as.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 amdocl_as.exe.local
12/28/2012  11:14         1,061,902 amdocl_ld.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 amdocl_ld.exe.local
07/01/2012  00:58           214,312 cacert.pem
04/09/2013  16:43            36,865 calc_addrs.cl
04/10/2013  00:29           995,328 keyconv64.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 keyconv64.exe.local
04/10/2013  00:29           976,896 oclvanitygen64.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 oclvanitygen64.exe.local
04/10/2013  00:29         1,769,984 oclvanityminer64.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 oclvanityminer64.exe.local
12/28/2012  11:14            54,784 OpenCL.dll
04/10/2013  00:29           936,960 vanitygen64.exe
04/10/2013  01:49                 0 vanitygen64.exe.local
              16 File(s)     39,870,277 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  17,782,820,864 bytes free

C:\Users\Mylon\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>oclvanitygen64.exe -p 0 -d 0 1MyL
oN13
Difficulty: 873388193410
Compiling kernel, can take minutes...done!
[27.54 Mkey/s][total 11777605632][Prob 1.3%][50% in 6.0h]                      ^
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C:\Users\Mylon\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>

Awesome work!

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April 17, 2013, 02:26:01 PM
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Owh and for the guys loving stats:
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C:\Users\Mylon\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>oclvanitygen64.exe -p 0 -d 0 -d 1 1MyLoN13
Difficulty: 873388193410
Compiling kernel, can take minutes...done!
[1.30 Mkey/s][total 26775552][Prob 0.0%][50% in 5.4d]                          ^
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C:\Users\Mylon\Downloads\vanitygen_catalyst\64>
1.3 Mkey on a i7-3930k (default clock)

Yuzhe, it doesn't seem to accept multiple devices, I guess opening multiple windows (and running them individual) is the only way to solve this? Smiley

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April 17, 2013, 09:24:46 PM
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To the user who requested vanity address 1CoLBRo: 

My miners found
  1CoLBRohNZyGDw6HhALzpjDDsZh7aj9Zr5
 and
  1CoLBRoNqYHbK71n2R3cyiQDUr31VAG57U

But my finds were after another miner on vanitypool found you an address.  If you want either of these additional addresses, send me a PM.

1BLowmewTGDsLYEAbvenZCcEnLJzwuFssX
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