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January 17, 2018, 04:10:40 PM
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Good to hear it works good! I don't know how to save the time as the memory is volatile, but I will put a warning to the daily fee mining that it should only be enabled when your miner works stable / doesn't reboot.
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January 17, 2018, 11:54:01 PM
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Hello, i have tested today the mod firmware for L3+ on one of my L3+ it work fine.
I have got the same performance of the other L3+ with standard firmware with a good energy saving from 840w to 710w at 400M and lowest voltage. near zero hw error for hours, statistics for this after 4 hours is 20 HW.
With a saving of about 900rpm over the fan with a performance option set.
For the temperature the moded L3+ is good , 2 point more respect the standard for the PCB a couple less respect the standard for the ASIC.

One question, why do you remove the safe parameter on the setup page 'Stop running when temprerature is over 80℃' ?

It is a good parameter can you add it please ? Smiley

It also will be nice to have a report of the time that every device will not mine on the owner of the system but for you, just for trasparency Smiley) I know that the pool show statistics but they aren't soo detailed for see 1.5% especially if done every 2 hours and not every 24 hours.

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great to hear it works good. I am not aware this 80 degree was an option so I accidently removed it. It's now enabled by default...

Hello, Just to be sure; Is the feature "reboot (and cool down) on too high temperatures (PCB temp > 85 deg celsius)" automatically active by default?

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I am not aware this 85 degree was an option so I accidently removed it. It's now enabled by default...

just out of curiosity anyone have any idea why the temp shutdown is to the pcb instead of the chip? I dunno about you guys but if pcb vs chip temp is any indication then by the time it shut down the miner would have already melted itself. or am I missing something fundemental here?
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January 18, 2018, 01:52:34 AM
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What would be an ideal HW error rate for D3 or L3+?  Instructions say to raise the frequency until you see a "few" HW errors an hour but that's subjective.  Would ideal be .03%?  .05? .1? .5%?
Anyone have suggestions on what one should define an acceptable rate?

For example, the Futurebit Moonlander2 guy suggested adjusting his miners until it hit about 1-2% error rate.

1ER7JwEjpjQfm4qaTxy6EaNdNy8MqzP1pt  Smiley
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January 18, 2018, 01:57:48 AM
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Still waiting for a response, btw.

What's the word on making the GPL3 source code available for review, Blissz?

To add some encouragement to getting this released, I'll be issuing a DMCA takedown to have bitcointalk remove this thread for copyright violations in 24 hours if the complete corresponding source code to the distributed firmware binaries is not uploaded by then. I am a one of a number of cgminer copyright holders.

Mining Software Developer.
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January 18, 2018, 02:51:39 AM
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Still waiting for a response, btw.

What's the word on making the GPL3 source code available for review, Blissz?

To add some encouragement to getting this released, I'll be issuing a DMCA takedown to have bitcointalk remove this thread for copyright violations in 24 hours if the complete corresponding source code to the distributed firmware binaries is not uploaded by then. I am a one of a number of cgminer copyright holders.

As a fellow rights representative (in the music industry, but still), I completely respect your intentions and your rights here. What I would suggest for the community's sake is requesting that the thread be locked and the download link be removed until the situation is resolved, so that people already using the firmware can still access the conversation (for support purposes).

Also I noticed in the D3 thread that the author did eventually address similar concerns, so maybe giving more than 24hrs? I don't know how long you've been trying to contact him/her, however, just a though. Smiley
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January 18, 2018, 05:38:04 AM
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Still waiting for a response, btw.

What's the word on making the GPL3 source code available for review, Blissz?

To add some encouragement to getting this released, I'll be issuing a DMCA takedown to have bitcointalk remove this thread for copyright violations in 24 hours if the complete corresponding source code to the distributed firmware binaries is not uploaded by then. I am a one of a number of cgminer copyright holders.

Yeah man. Definitely take a breather. The guys probably got a day job and f doing this on the side. He's done some great work, I do understand where you're coming from, but the only other people in the space want 40+ dollars per machine to download their firmware.
Having a decently open dev working on this is pretty nice for all if us.

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January 18, 2018, 10:11:36 AM
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Hi all,

As you might have noticed there is some discussion going on about the GPL license of the cgminer software that's used in my firmware.
I was not aware of this GPL license, but I am now, and I am quite sure the source should be published.
As I don't have enough time to do it now and want to do it properly I decided to temporary remove the download link to the modified firmware and lock the topic until this GPL issue is resolved. This will prevent that this topic get's locked / removed for ever and valuable information gets lost.
I hope I can resolve this issue as soon as possible. Sorry for the inconvenience,

ciao Blissz

ps. Please respect this and don't PM me for links to the firmware.
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