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August 26, 2011, 03:16:42 PM
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My bad.  Thanks for the update.  I had a bad experience there so I lost interest in what they are up to.

yeh, and I wouldn't plan on mining btc there, tiny hashrate atm.

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August 26, 2011, 08:09:03 PM
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I haven't been able to find it anywhere, but I've read that recent changes have been made to auto-donate to bithopper.  And thats fine.

But I cant be able to find any documentation on the % auto-donated .  I'm only rockin 225mhs (~190 shares an hour), so I'd just like to know how much I can expect to be out.

Thanks for an awesome program.

edit: My apologies if its somewhere really obvious, I'm really bad at overlooking things.

edit2: Well that makes sense.  I'm still using an old source... 2.4+ don't work for me. Running windows 7, got all the new dependencies, just since the updates I've had to go back to an older version.

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August 27, 2011, 01:21:47 AM
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Anyone getting
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'HTTPSConnection' errors?
I can't seem to fix it. Google says its because I have no SSL support. I check and python 2.7.2 comes with ssl and my python-openssl package is installed and updated. Running debian squeeze server

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August 27, 2011, 06:12:41 AM
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I haven't been able to find it anywhere, but I've read that recent changes have been made to auto-donate to bithopper.  And thats fine.

But I cant be able to find any documentation on the % auto-donated .  I'm only rockin 225mhs (~190 shares an hour), so I'd just like to know how much I can expect to be out.

Thanks for an awesome program.

edit: My apologies if its somewhere really obvious, I'm really bad at overlooking things.

edit2: Well that makes sense.  I'm still using an old source... 2.4+ don't work for me. Running windows 7, got all the new dependencies, just since the updates I've had to go back to an older version.
It currently donates 1%, donations pool is in pools.cfg.
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August 27, 2011, 08:55:47 AM
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i give up in upgrading to 2.4.3

reinstalled everything, activestate & greenlet, still not working..spewing cannot import name spawn error, and saying that i haven't installed greenlet.
roll back to 2.3.1~~




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August 27, 2011, 01:52:20 PM
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@Yanz Try installing pyopenssl

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August 27, 2011, 04:07:58 PM
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i give up in upgrading to 2.4.3

reinstalled everything, activestate & greenlet, still not working..spewing cannot import name spawn error, and saying that i haven't installed greenlet.
roll back to 2.3.1~~

What OS are you using? I am getting the same errors using Linuxcoin.
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August 27, 2011, 04:14:41 PM
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7x64.

on both of my rigs.
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August 27, 2011, 05:37:01 PM
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@Yanz Try installing pyopenssl

I tried that and got the same error. Then I tried installing from apt-get and it says "selecting python-openssl instead of python-pyopenssl" so I reinstalled that python-openssl .10 (the lastest in the repo) again.
still didnt help.

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August 28, 2011, 12:39:31 AM
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Can you post a log of the looping import calls? Or Pm it to me?

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August 28, 2011, 01:39:18 AM
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@c00w: is it possible to add a button to the "Admin tools" for save the user.cfg?

I ask this because it seem like a very usefull thing to have, passed many hours changing the ThrPenalty, the role of every pool, the LP_penalty and so.. to find a nice balance for each one, and then have to write that manually to replace the old one when an update is out or in case of a crash, reboot, etc...

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August 28, 2011, 03:06:36 AM
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Hi, I'm trying to set up bitHopper on Linuxcoin 0.2 final to give it a try, but I can't get the base install up to date. It came installed with python 2.6, after some fiddling I managed to forcefully install python2.7 and I renamed the /usr/bin binary to python.

After this step, I managed to install the setuptools as well (as far as I can tell), but now I'm stuck on greenlet. It won't install, complaining that it can't find distribution "distribute==0.6.19". I suppose this is the setuptools not being up to date, like the available Python? Apt-get again appears to be convinced that 0.6.16 is the highest version (for Python it thinks 2.6.7 is the newest version - I thought that Linuxcoin was based off of Debian-unstable? And even here they're running that far behind?). Ideas anyone, other than an overhaul to Ubuntu? I'd like to get this working on a Debian server too. Thanks.
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August 28, 2011, 04:16:02 AM
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Hi, I'm trying to set up bitHopper on Linuxcoin 0.2 final to give it a try, but I can't get the base install up to date. It came installed with python 2.6, after some fiddling I managed to forcefully install python2.7 and I renamed the /usr/bin binary to python.

After this step, I managed to install the setuptools as well (as far as I can tell), but now I'm stuck on greenlet. It won't install, complaining that it can't find distribution "distribute==0.6.19". I suppose this is the setuptools not being up to date, like the available Python? Apt-get again appears to be convinced that 0.6.16 is the highest version (for Python it thinks 2.6.7 is the newest version - I thought that Linuxcoin was based off of Debian-unstable? And even here they're running that far behind?). Ideas anyone, other than an overhaul to Ubuntu? I'd like to get this working on a Debian server too. Thanks.

I had to change repos on linuxcoin0.2final before it could find py2.7. Try the us servers. Everything installed fine after that.

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August 28, 2011, 04:38:42 AM
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I had to change repos on linuxcoin0.2final before it could find py2.7. Try the us servers. Everything installed fine after that.

Thanks, I tried changing to us instead of uk server, but it doesn't seem to change anything, or maybe it needs a reboot to take effect? Or maybe I botched it with all that fiddling. So, all you did was change the source server from uk to us in sources.list to get it up to date as per instructions in the readme?
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August 28, 2011, 05:22:57 AM
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I had to change repos on linuxcoin0.2final before it could find py2.7. Try the us servers. Everything installed fine after that.

Thanks, I tried changing to us instead of uk server, but it doesn't seem to change anything, or maybe it needs a reboot to take effect? Or maybe I botched it with all that fiddling. So, all you did was change the source server from uk to us in sources.list to get it up to date as per instructions in the readme?

I uninstalled python, then changed the servers using synaptic (because I'm lazy) and then installed python2.7 using synaptic (because i was already there). I couldn't do it via apt-get for some reason.

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August 28, 2011, 05:42:25 AM
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from nofeemining shoutbox:
06:54 Admin: Rt that number is correct. We are running rsmpps which means you get paid the same amount for each share.
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August 28, 2011, 11:31:06 AM
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I'd like to share some experiences about hopping pool.itzod.ru.
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Reward=(50+Block_fee) * Userscore / Totalscore * (1 - Donation %),
Userscore=(Shares/Totalshares)*(UserRating+2*MaxRating)/(3*MaxRating);
Totalscore = User1score + ...

How rating works:
every 30 minutes, it records your average hash rate, then execute this(I think)... Cheesy
if samplingrate is None or samplingrate * 1.4 < hash rate:
  samplingrate = hash rate

if hash rate >= 0.6 * sampling rate:
  userrating +=1
# otherwise, userrating is not changed

so for non hoppers, their rating is int(time / 30)

at <=43% diff, your rating = maxrating(you are always there).
at >=43% diff you leave, but rating updates every 30 min,
you will see your rating less than other non hoppers in less than 1 hour(still 100% payment).
at >=43% diff + 30 min, shares begin to lose value(compare to true prop pool).
at >=xxx % diff, you will still get at least 2/3 of the value.

You may leave a little earlier to keep a expected 50 / diff per share, or just use 43%, still works good.

Edit:
btw, You can't join it if you are late for >=30 min. you can't keep up with non hoppers' rating.
It's a poor designed scoring method based on prop. Well hoppable, can't give every share(or late share) a equal earning possibility.
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August 28, 2011, 12:29:23 PM
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Hm, what exactly is "MaxRating"? The highest rating of the user in the round or the highest rating of any user in the pool?

If they only look at the last 30 minutes for an average hash rate however, my proposed mine_trickle role would also still work. It would work like "mine" but afterwards still solve a single share every x minutes - in this case here you could need mine_trickle_10 for 1 share every 10 minutes. 100 MH/s is ~1 share/minute, so it depends on your hash rate if this would work out and is feasible or not.

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August 28, 2011, 06:07:03 PM
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Can you post a log of the looping import calls? Or Pm it to me?
Code:
[psXXXX]$ python bitHopper.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "bitHopper.py", line 20, in <module>
    import work
  File "/home/root/bithopper/work.py", line 11, in <module>
    httplib2 = eventlet.import_patched('httplib20_7_1')
  File "/home/root/bithopper/eventlet/patcher.py", line 110, in import_pat
ched
    *additional_modules + tuple(kw_additional_modules.items()))
  File "/home/root/bithopper/eventlet/patcher.py", line 84, in inject
    module = __import__(module_name, {}, {}, module_name.split('.')[:-1])
  File "/home/root/bithopper/httplib20_7_1/__init__.py", line 798, in <mod
ule>
    class HTTPSConnectionWithTimeout(httplib.HTTPSConnection):
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'HTTPSConnection'

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August 28, 2011, 07:32:54 PM
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Is there a fix in the works for BTC Guild besides mining it as mine_deepbit?
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