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December 09, 2013, 02:40:48 PM
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Bro, I appreciate your program, but I need your help.
I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10
I have amd catalyst 12.8 and AMD APP SDK v2.9

When I run cgminer as
./cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://mypool:port -u user -p x --shaders 3200 --intensity 13 my screen blacks out
If I use the same command, but replace shaders to 1600 my pc freezes.

So I've trued and find my max thread-concurrency, and it looks like it can't get higher then --thread-concurrency 1024

I've been searching for a week and was able to get my rig to 1500khash/s but wasn't getting any shares.
Could you please try and help me?
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December 09, 2013, 04:13:52 PM
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I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10

cgminer no longer supports scrypt or GPU mining.  Check here for some folks that may be able to help:  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6925.0

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December 09, 2013, 04:18:49 PM
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I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10

cgminer no longer supports scrypt or GPU mining.  Check here for some folks that may be able to help:  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6925.0

Yeah, I saw that already, forgot my pass etc Cheesy
No, I'm running it on cgminer 3.7.2 or the latest version to support scrypt
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December 09, 2013, 04:46:51 PM
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Sorry for the off topic:

Con have you made a firmware for the 60GH singles like you did for the Jallys?
I did a search and found nothing.

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December 09, 2013, 05:30:19 PM
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Alrighty, try the rc I posted next please then.
"rc" has been running for 7 hours now and has auto-replugged 5 of my devices, so I have 0-33 (with gaps) and 34-38, but no zombies.  Pool hash rate seems OK.  I am seeing regular solid LEDs coming on and then going off again after a few seconds, sometimes in batches, which presumably indicates something "not-quite right", but at least any errors that do happen are being recovered from :-)    I forgot to log this run.  I can stop and restart if necessary.  Do you think you might need the log?
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December 09, 2013, 06:55:18 PM
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I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10

cgminer no longer supports scrypt or GPU mining.  Check here for some folks that may be able to help:  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6925.0

What was the last official version that works with GPUs?
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December 09, 2013, 07:12:39 PM
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I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10

cgminer no longer supports scrypt or GPU mining.  Check here for some folks that may be able to help:  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6925.0

What was the last official version that works with GPUs?

Version 3.7.2 for GPU scrypt mining
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December 09, 2013, 07:26:45 PM
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I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10

cgminer no longer supports scrypt or GPU mining.  Check here for some folks that may be able to help:  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6925.0

What was the last official version that works with GPUs?

Version 3.7.2 for GPU scrypt mining

ok thanks Smiley
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December 09, 2013, 11:42:33 PM
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New version: 3.8.5 - 10th December 2013

I had to release a new stable version just before moving house as I may be busy and not have great internet access for a bit. Apologies for I've upgraded my desktop to Ubuntu 13.10 a little earlier than usual so the ubuntu x86_64 binaries are for that version now (though they will probably still work with 13.04).


Human readable changelog:

- BFL SC devices will now throttle 3 degrees below cutoff (82 degrees) and cut off work at the lower 85 degrees, restarting when they get below 80. If you wish to aim for a higher maximum, use the --temp-cutoff feature (90 was the old maximum). If you set it to zero it will disable this behaviour. (I'm preparing for our summer here Wink)
- BFL SC devices will be less aggressive with their fan control now, allowing temps to drift up a little more before going to maximum speed.
- Fixes for builds with --with-system-libusb enabled not working with older libusbs. (Note that using this option is not recommended unless you can't install udev anyway).
- Fixes for warnings with ./autogen.sh
- Code cleanups of unused GPU code
- Cgminer will now try to issue a USB reset on devices that have failed to hopefully get them back up and running again.
- Dramatically improved communications for USB1.1 devices on hubs that don't have multiple transaction translators or have none (like USB3 hubs). The USB1.1 devices currently affected are Asicminer Block Erupters and Red/Blue fury USB sticks.
- Fixes for leaving too many open files problem with repeatedly hotplugging devices on low resource systems (eg RPi).
- Fix a potential API crash.
- The build will be much quieter around the jansson part now.
- More hashfast driver additions (no, the real hardware still doesn't exist).


Full changelog:

- Increase the BFLSC overtemp to 75 for fanspeed to maximum.
- Set bflsc cutoff temperature to 85 degrees and throttle 3 degrees below the
cutoff temperature.
- Only set LIBUSB_TRANSFER_ADD_ZERO_PACKET for libusb versions we know include
support for.
- Provide a helper function that can reset cgsems to zero.
- Add to cgminer_CPPFLAGS instead of redefining them.
- Attempt a libusb reset device on usb devices that have stopped responding.
- Replace deprecated use of INCLUDES with _CPPFLAGS.
- Remove more unused GPU code.
- Attempt USB device resets on usb read/write errors that will normally cause
the device to drop out.
- Quieten down jansson component of build.
- Cache the bool value for usb1.1 in _usb_write
- Initialise usb locks within usbutils.c instead of exporting them.
- Imitate a transaction translator for all usb1.1 device writes to compensate
for variable quality hubs and operating system support.
- Rationalise variables passed to usb_bulk_transfer.
- Unlink files opened as semaphores on releasing them.
- Remove user configuration flag from pll bypass enabling in hashfast driver.
- Provide an hfa-dfu-boot option for resetting hashfast devices for
reprogramming.
- Fixed one byte stack overflow in mcast recvfrom.
- Having changed C_MAX means we don't calloc enough for usb stats, off by one.
- Don't free the info struct on hashfast shutdown since it's still accessed
after a device is removed.

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December 10, 2013, 04:15:02 AM
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I just got a hex16b, there is a patch for cgminer but i cant figure out or find info on how to apply patch.

Any help appreciated.  And thanks

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December 10, 2013, 04:22:57 AM
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I just got a hex16b, there is a patch for cgminer but i cant figure out or find info on how to apply patch.

Any help appreciated.  And thanks

See the following quote:
If Kano and/or I have been offered new hardware, or offered support to develop drivers for hardware, we will develop and include the code in cgminer and actively maintain and develop it. With various manufacturers we have been engaged on this level at wildly different stages in development. Some very early in hardware development (like cointerra and hashfast), some just before distribution of the product (like BFLSC and bi*fury devices), some after the fact when manufacturer code and hardware has been out for a while (like kncminer and much later for avalon). These examples by no means include everyone. Our involvement in the driver has been proportional to the duration of our involvement.

If someone wishes to develop their own driver and are happy to maintain it for cgminer, they are welcome to submit a pull request for their code to the cgminer git tree - Note that it will not be instantly accepted but usually it's simply a matter of making their code consistent with cgminer and Kano and/or I will provide comments about what changes need to be made for the code to be included. While I can keep the code building satisfactorily with changes to cgminer, the onus will then fall upon the person who pushed the original code to maintain it and keep it up to date since neither Kano nor I can test changes to the driver without actually having the hardware ourselves. If down the track the original maintainer has not been keeping up to date with cgminer, and users report that the driver has stopped working, the original driver author will be contacted for fixes. If no fixes are forthcoming, the driver will then be removed from cgminer (this happened in the case of the ztex driver). With the very rapid pace of development of code in cgminer lately, this can happen all too easily. Historically this sort of code does not stand the test of time.

If there are drivers out there based on forked earlier cgminer code that we have never heard about, and the original author makes no attempt to get the code incorporated into cgminer, that code cannot be meaningfully incorporated into cgminer even if we're made aware of its existence for the same reason we cannot maintain code for hardware we don't have.
The device you're talking about belongs to the last category

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December 10, 2013, 04:28:31 AM
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Ahh the joys of doing something cool and then getting pulled every direction...  I would be willing to let you play with mine if you wanted to mine on my pool account and mail it back when done Smiley

And very thankful for you work and efforts.....

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December 10, 2013, 05:54:41 AM
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Unofficial Mac binaries have been updated for v3.8.5 and are available here.

These are universal precompiled binaries that support Mac OS X 10.5.8 through 10.9+.

Easiest to use bitcoin/litecoin miner for Mac: AsteroidApp.com | @AsteroidApp | Bitcointalk forum thread
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December 10, 2013, 12:13:35 PM
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Bro, I appreciate your program, but I need your help.
I'm running 2 5970s for scrypt mining on cgminer using xubuntu 13.10
I have amd catalyst 12.8 and AMD APP SDK v2.9

When I run cgminer as
./cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://mypool:port -u user -p x --shaders 3200 --intensity 13 my screen blacks out
If I use the same command, but replace shaders to 1600 my pc freezes.

So I've trued and find my max thread-concurrency, and it looks like it can't get higher then --thread-concurrency 1024

I've been searching for a week and was able to get my rig to 1500khash/s but wasn't getting any shares.
Could you please try and help me?

try the following settings I have 1 5970

 --shaders 1600,1600,1600,1600 --thread-concurrency 6400,6400,6400,6400

That is for your 2 I ad to play with the settings to get them working their a pain to get working good.

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December 10, 2013, 01:38:56 PM
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Alrighty, try the rc I posted next please then.
"rc" has been running for 7 hours now and has auto-replugged 5 of my devices, so I have 0-33 (with gaps) and 34-38, but no zombies.  Pool hash rate seems OK.  I am seeing regular solid LEDs coming on and then going off again after a few seconds, sometimes in batches, which presumably indicates something "not-quite right", but at least any errors that do happen are being recovered from :-)    I forgot to log this run.  I can stop and restart if necessary.  Do you think you might need the log?

Somewhat different experience for me - "rc" ran rock-solid with no zombies, no LED light-shows and no auto-reallocations on my two Win7 machines. Total elapsed time on "rc" about 24 hours, but I had several reboots for unrelated hardware issues (including setting up a new boot drive). I've just switched to 3.8.5 and it's off to a good start also. It's conceivable that my frequent reboots helped yield better results, I suppose - memory leak issues, perhaps. More likely it's because you have a lot more AMUs running, and/or your slow net provider and/or who knows what.        Undecided

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December 10, 2013, 01:44:16 PM
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How to disable Icarus while using Blue furys as had to use blues in cgminer and erupters in bfgminer.

Is their any way to get both working in cgminer ?

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December 10, 2013, 01:47:02 PM
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I have a problem:
http://i.imgur.com/i47whTR.png
No, I didn't type "http://" in front of it. Not when launching from this .bat: "cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1Dotjmmhp49ynms2rz95e2ZDBh2GJTpkWw -p x"
or copying that line into cmd and then running it.
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December 10, 2013, 04:12:17 PM
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How to get cgminer 3.8.5 on my RasperryPi?

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December 10, 2013, 05:18:58 PM
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How to disable Icarus while using Blue furys as had to use blues in cgminer and erupters in bfgminer.

Is there any way to get both working in cgminer ?
Yes of course you can make both work.

If windows: Set the erupters up the same way with the WinUSB driver via zadig: Best way is to pull them all out and insert just one device, then use zadig to set up that driver for it. Then unplug it and plug it in and see if it just comes up as a usb device (no com port) in the device manager. You may need to reboot. Some people report that device combination only working if you set everything up, then insert just one type of device, start cgminer and insert all of the other type of device after cgminer is running and let cgminer hotplug them (issues to do with usb1.1 devices)

If linux: copy the udev rules file as per the readme.

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December 10, 2013, 05:39:01 PM
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Somewhat different experience for me - "rc" ran rock-solid with no zombies, no LED light-shows and no auto-reallocations on my two Win7 machines. Total elapsed time on "rc" about 24 hours, but I had several reboots for unrelated hardware issues (including setting up a new boot drive). I've just switched to 3.8.5 and it's off to a good start also.
Awesome. None of the AMU code changed from the rc you tested to the final 3.8.5 release. You guys should take a good deal of credit for doing tons of testing to make this possible, thanks!

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