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February 20, 2015, 01:02:28 AM
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thanks this is really nifty for business names - to put a name to an addy
Just keep in mind that you should never use that as anything more than exactly what it is, a vanity.  Say you generated a bunch of vanity addresses '1Actua1', and advertised that as trusted addresses for customers - then I could easily generate my own '1Actua1' addresses and try to con your customers into sending funds to me.

 That being said, how can we now trust that you are in fact The Real Steve? Wink




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February 20, 2015, 01:44:20 AM
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That being said, how can we now trust that you are in fact The Real Steve? Wink
You can't Wink  Though if I managed to create a 1TheRea1Steve, that'd be pretty good Cheesy

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February 22, 2015, 04:29:39 PM
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quick question, i installed ubuntu, installed drivers, and folowed the guide i posted before.

Why ubuntu cant see i have 2 or 4 vga? Is there any driver im missing?
Im not thinking in oclvanity, im wondering why ubuntu cant detect i have more than 1 vga plugged in... its odd :/
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February 25, 2015, 07:16:59 PM
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Hi,
I have a question to oclvanitygen users.
I successfully compiled the software under Debian linux. I have old mining rig with 4 GPU.
Everything seems to work but the load of the cards is quite low: 70-90% and not stable.  Nothing that I'm used to when I recall old mining times with stable 99% load in cgminer.
How to increase the load to 99% ? It lowers performance a lot with ~80%.

Second question. I'm unsure how to read the results.
vanitygen provides simple and clear output:

Example:
Code:
./vanitygen 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Pattern: 1tst                                                                 
Address: 1tstajg1J32HDSVnFDpCoQ8rTCxmNRYvy
Privkey: 5KUruEhXzvmmCJuKhEUtzadNe51DgQzHuGA7EFeBM5mcwRDR2C1

oclvanitygen provides something different.

Example:
Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -D 0:3 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Match idx: 0
CPU hash: a159f76402d9bab648b806082fbc347818825e98
GPU hash: 09cfb112e8f825a6a2ea5b6f83b96e33ac70c459
Found delta: 5955016 Start delta: 1

How to convert it to normal BTC address and private key?

I also noticed when I turn on single GPU workload rises to 97-98%.
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February 25, 2015, 08:15:27 PM
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Hi,
I have a question to oclvanitygen users.
I successfully compiled the software under Debian linux. I have old mining rig with 4 GPU.
Everything seems to work but the load of the cards is quite low: 70-90% and not stable.  Nothing that I'm used to when I recall old mining times with stable 99% load in cgminer.
How to increase the load to 99% ? It lowers performance a lot with ~80%.

Second question. I'm unsure how to read the results.
vanitygen provides simple and clear output:

Example:
Code:
./vanitygen 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Pattern: 1tst                                                                 
Address: 1tstajg1J32HDSVnFDpCoQ8rTCxmNRYvy
Privkey: 5KUruEhXzvmmCJuKhEUtzadNe51DgQzHuGA7EFeBM5mcwRDR2C1

oclvanitygen provides something different.

Example:
Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -D 0:3 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Match idx: 0
CPU hash: a159f76402d9bab648b806082fbc347818825e98
GPU hash: 09cfb112e8f825a6a2ea5b6f83b96e33ac70c459
Found delta: 5955016 Start delta: 1

How to convert it to normal BTC address and private key?

I also noticed when I turn on single GPU workload rises to 97-98%.
1) are you using libssl 1+?
2) newer gpus have a problem that results in incorrect hashes (the message you get from oclvanitygen). search this thread for a post of nasty with a patch for it.

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February 25, 2015, 10:06:15 PM
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1)
Code:
# dpkg -s libssl-dev | grep Version
Version: 1.0.1e-2+deb7u14

2)
My GPUs are not the newest ones, I have 4x MSI Twinfrozr 7950.
I'll try to find a patch. Thanks.
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February 25, 2015, 10:14:38 PM
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1)
Code:
# dpkg -s libssl-dev | grep Version
Version: 1.0.1e-2+deb7u14

2)
My GPUs are not the newest ones, I have 4x MSI Twinfrozr 7950.
I'll try to find a patch. Thanks.

For me I have a Nvidia 9500 Gt (2.5G) its so slow for this tool , I run it sometime 20 minutes for a 3 key pattern and
the speed is 216 key/s . Is my graphic card the only slow here ? or 216 is good ?

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February 25, 2015, 10:21:38 PM
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Is there a way check balance of vanity addresses automated?

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February 25, 2015, 10:26:16 PM
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Is there a way check balance of vanity addresses automated?
You'll have to be more specific in what you're trying to achieve.  'vanity' addresses are just like regular addresses.

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February 25, 2015, 10:27:52 PM
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1)
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# dpkg -s libssl-dev | grep Version
Version: 1.0.1e-2+deb7u14

2)
My GPUs are not the newest ones, I have 4x MSI Twinfrozr 7950.
I'll try to find a patch. Thanks.

For me I have a Nvidia 9500 Gt (2.5G) its so slow for this tool , I run it sometime 20 minutes for a 3 key pattern and
the speed is 216 key/s . Is my graphic card the only slow here ? or 216 is good ?
thats a ancient card. be happy that it even works!

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February 25, 2015, 10:29:32 PM
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I tried to run separate instances of oclvanitygen inside 4 screens in console.
It's weird, first card was hashing at 21-23Mkey/s while the other three at 11-13Mkeys/s each.
When I run single instance I have combined computing power of ~51Mkeys/s. With 4 seperate instances when adding the values it is ~54-62Mkeys/s.
The load was ~90% on each card so better than with one oclvanitygen instance but still not ideal.

Anyone has been using this on multi gpu machine? Is that normal? Why I can't have stable 99% load on every card ?

Edit: I check load % with aticonfig Overdrive if that matters.
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February 25, 2015, 10:32:22 PM
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Is there a way check balance of vanity addresses automated?
You'll have to be more specific in what you're trying to achieve.  'vanity' addresses are just like regular addresses.
I know.I mean check balances automated.

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February 25, 2015, 10:34:54 PM
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Is there a way check balance of vanity addresses automated?
You'll have to be more specific in what you're trying to achieve.  'vanity' addresses are just like regular addresses.
I know.I mean check balances automated.
seems you are trying to bruteforce addresses and check if some BTC are available with a given privkey.
simply said -> forget it, wont happen!
if you really want to be stupid and ignore the math behind it, you can try "Deep Space Vagabond"...

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February 25, 2015, 10:50:39 PM
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Is there a way check balance of vanity addresses automated?
You'll have to be more specific in what you're trying to achieve.  'vanity' addresses are just like regular addresses.
I know.I mean check balances automated.
seems you are trying to bruteforce addresses and check if some BTC are available with a given privkey.
simply said -> forget it, wont happen!
if you really want to be stupid and ignore the math behind it, you can try "Deep Space Vagabond"...
I already tested that I hated my self because i was so stupic ;
I generated 80 k addresses and save them with python then create a tool with php to test them all in the blockchain
it take 4 or 5 hours and all the addresses were 0 funds of course  Undecided

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February 25, 2015, 11:15:00 PM
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Which reminds me - I know this has been asked before but I can't find the reference.

Does anyone know of a fast address generator? I can regex a batch myself (to look for vanity addresses), but the address generators I've written are far too slow. As a plain address generator, even vanitygen is slow. Any ideas?


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February 25, 2015, 11:19:20 PM
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Gotta love Vanity address's


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February 25, 2015, 11:31:38 PM
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Does anyone know of a fast address generator? I can regex a batch myself (to look for vanity addresses), but the address generators I've written are far too slow. As a plain address generator, even vanitygen is slow. Any ideas
Are you trying to generate just any address, or vanity addresses?  oclvanitygen even on modest hardware should be able to do millions of generic addresses per second, so I'm not sure what sort of rate you're looking for.

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Does anyone know of a fast address generator? I can regex a batch myself (to look for vanity addresses), but the address generators I've written are far too slow. As a plain address generator, even vanitygen is slow. Any ideas
Are you trying to generate just any address, or vanity addresses?  oclvanitygen even on modest hardware should be able to do millions of generic addresses per second, so I'm not sure what sort of rate you're looking for.

Just generic addresses, I want to regex the addresses later in a regex format I'm more familiar with. I create a few million addresses, then regex them.  I can't get oclvanitygen to run on my nvidia 750ti (on ubuntu).

I might just be using it wrong  - how do you get just plain addresses out of vanitygen?


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Does anyone know of a fast address generator? I can regex a batch myself (to look for vanity addresses), but the address generators I've written are far too slow. As a plain address generator, even vanitygen is slow. Any ideas
Are you trying to generate just any address, or vanity addresses?  oclvanitygen even on modest hardware should be able to do millions of generic addresses per second, so I'm not sure what sort of rate you're looking for.

Just generic addresses, I want to regex the addresses later in a regex format I'm more familiar with. I create a few million addresses, then regex them.  I can't get oclvanitygen to run on my nvidia 750ti (on ubuntu).

I might just be using it wrong  - how do you get just plain addresses out of vanitygen?



 You don't.  It was designed to pattern match.


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February 25, 2015, 11:59:18 PM
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Hi,
I have a question to oclvanitygen users.
I successfully compiled the software under Debian linux. I have old mining rig with 4 GPU.
Everything seems to work but the load of the cards is quite low: 70-90% and not stable.  Nothing that I'm used to when I recall old mining times with stable 99% load in cgminer.
How to increase the load to 99% ? It lowers performance a lot with ~80%.

Second question. I'm unsure how to read the results.
vanitygen provides simple and clear output:

Example:
Code:
./vanitygen 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Pattern: 1tst                                                                 
Address: 1tstajg1J32HDSVnFDpCoQ8rTCxmNRYvy
Privkey: 5KUruEhXzvmmCJuKhEUtzadNe51DgQzHuGA7EFeBM5mcwRDR2C1

oclvanitygen provides something different.

Example:
Code:
./oclvanitygen -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -D 0:3 1tst
Difficulty: 4553521
Match idx: 0
CPU hash: a159f76402d9bab648b806082fbc347818825e98
GPU hash: 09cfb112e8f825a6a2ea5b6f83b96e33ac70c459
Found delta: 5955016 Start delta: 1

How to convert it to normal BTC address and private key?

I also noticed when I turn on single GPU workload rises to 97-98%.

I applied the patch and it works now however I still have shitty GPU loads. The more GPUs the less load.
With -D 0:0 -D 0:1 -D 0:2 -D 0:3 it's ~70% each, hashing with 4x GPUs only @ 56 Mkeys/s while single GPU has 26Mkeys/s.
Is that normal?
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