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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.10.0  (Read 5481516 times)
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March 19, 2014, 09:05:22 AM
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@ckolivas: Are there known issues with the newer CG miner versions with Hashfast devices on Windows(tm) or has anything changed prerequisite wise?
I been trying all the cgminer releases since ~4.0 (The hashfast firmware update releases) and none of them works on windows. No devices detected. Only seems to show HID PID's in debug log.

No problems whatsoever on Linux though Smiley
There are no known problems on windows, but then I have not tried running any hashfast devices on windows since my very first release. You did the WinUSB driver dance with zadig?

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March 19, 2014, 09:12:06 AM
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Try picking a valid collection of drivers to compile on your hardware ........
Actually the same collection worked for 4.1.0, and the error doesn't really seem to be caused by choice of hardware (of course you don't hit it if avalon2 disabled, but I still think this a bug if avalon2 just cannot be built...)
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March 19, 2014, 09:23:48 AM
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Try picking a valid collection of drivers to compile on your hardware ........
Actually the same collection worked for 4.1.0, and the error doesn't really seem to be caused by choice of hardware (of course you don't hit it if avalon2 disabled, but I still think this a bug if avalon2 just cannot be built...)
Yes it is a bug if the avalon2 code can't be built; that will be fixed... however the avalon2 code doesn't even work if I recall correctly so there is no point any user building it just yet either.

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March 19, 2014, 09:30:36 AM
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Try picking a valid collection of drivers to compile on your hardware ........
Actually the same collection worked for 4.1.0, and the error doesn't really seem to be caused by choice of hardware (of course you don't hit it if avalon2 disabled, but I still think this a bug if avalon2 just cannot be built...)
Yes it is a bug if the avalon2 code can't be built; that will be fixed... however the avalon2 code doesn't even work if I recall correctly so there is no point any user building it just yet either.
Oops, thanks for the info.

I'm just trying to build a "general" version that have all drivers enabled (except incompatible KnC as pointed out earlier on this thread), so if avalon2 just doesn't work at all, I'll simply disable it for this release.

OT: Is providing "general" versions like this really a bad idea? I don't use all of them of course, but what I think is, others could get a compiled version that just works.
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March 19, 2014, 09:33:52 AM
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@ckolivas: Are there known issues with the newer CG miner versions with Hashfast devices on Windows(tm) or has anything changed prerequisite wise?
I been trying all the cgminer releases since ~4.0 (The hashfast firmware update releases) and none of them works on windows. No devices detected. Only seems to show HID PID's in debug log.

No problems whatsoever on Linux though Smiley
There are no known problems on windows, but then I have not tried running any hashfast devices on windows since my very first release. You did the WinUSB driver dance with zadig?

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There are no known problems on windows, but then I have not tried running any hashfast devices on windows since my very first release. You did the WinUSB driver dance with zadig?

Yes I did the moonwalk with Zadig, and earlier releases of cgminer worked well with it!
No idea then. Heck hashfast weren't even looking for windows support from me, I just told them I could get it working on it as an afterthought. You're ALWAYS going to be better off mining with linux with cgminer but I might take a look at losedows soon to see if I can figure out what the problem is. What does it show with "cgminer.exe -n" ?

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No idea then. Heck hashfast weren't even looking for windows support from me, I just told them I could get it working on it as an afterthought. You're ALWAYS going to be better off mining with linux with cgminer but I might take a look at losedows soon to see if I can figure out what the problem is. What does it show with "cgminer.exe -n" ?

Yeah, I don't want to complain really. It's just the windows binaries/readme suggest hashfast devices will work with it and I wondered if maybe the problem is at my end.

cgminer -n:

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[2014-03-19 10:46:24] USB all: found 6 devices - listing known devices
 [2014-03-19 10:46:24] No known USB devices

cgminer -D startup output (these PID's are all HID devices)

Code:
[2014-03-19 10:45:11] Started cgminer 4.2.0
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] USB scan devices: checking for ICA devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] RES: thread starting
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ICA 067b:2303 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for AMU 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for ANU 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for BLT 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for LLT 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] ICA looking for CMR 0403:8350 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] USB scan devices: checking for BAS devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] BAS looking for BAS 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:11] USB scan devices: checking for BF1 devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BF1 03eb:204b but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXF 198c:b1f1 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for NF1 04d8:00de but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] BF1 looking for BXM 0403:6014 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] USB scan devices: checking for CTA devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] CTA looking for CTA 1cbe:0003 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] USB scan devices: checking for HFA devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] HFA looking for HFA 297c:0001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] USB scan devices: checking for KLN devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLN 04d8:f60a but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] KLN looking for KLI 04d8:f60a but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] USB scan devices: checking for DRB devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] DRB looking for DRB 03eb:2404 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:12] USB scan devices: checking for AVA devices
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c26 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 8086:1c2d instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 046a:0107 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 046d:c05a instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BTB 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for BBF 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] AVA looking for AVA 0403:6001 but found 8087:0024 instead
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] No devices detected!
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] Waiting for USB hotplug devices or press q to quit
 [2014-03-19 10:45:13] Need to specify at least one pool server.
 [2014-03-19 10:45:17] Shutdown signal received.

I can confirm the HF device is there, WinUSB installed, PID is correct in device manager.

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March 19, 2014, 10:39:38 AM
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No idea then. Heck hashfast weren't even looking for windows support from me, I just told them I could get it working on it as an afterthought. You're ALWAYS going to be better off mining with linux with cgminer but I might take a look at losedows soon to see if I can figure out what the problem is. What does it show with "cgminer.exe -n" ?

Yeah, I don't want to complain really. It's just the windows binaries/readme suggest hashfast devices will work with it and I wondered if maybe the problem is at my end.

cgminer -n:

Code:
[2014-03-19 10:46:24] USB all: found 6 devices - listing known devices
 [2014-03-19 10:46:24] No known USB devices

I can confirm the HF device is there, WinUSB installed, PID is correct in device manager.
Ok that's suspicious of being plugged into a usb port that winusb doesn't recognise, such as a usb3 port. I suspect the earlier version of cgminer included a different libusb which probably did recognise it (though that libusbx is buggy in so many other ways which is why I dropped it). See if you have any usb2 ports anywhere or a usb2 hub to plug in and see if it's recognised. If it doesn't show up with cgminer.exe -n then it will never work.

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March 19, 2014, 10:50:19 AM
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Ok that's suspicious of being plugged into a usb port that winusb doesn't recognise, such as a usb3 port. I suspect the earlier version of cgminer included a different libusb which probably did recognise it (though that libusbx is buggy in so many other ways which is why I dropped it). See if you have any usb2 ports anywhere or a usb2 hub to plug in and see if it's recognised. If it doesn't show up with cgminer.exe -n then it will never work.

W00t.....USB 2.0 port works! Thanks alot! I can confirm it worked on the USB3 port with earlier releases.

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THX for the USB Fix!
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cgminer version 4.2.0 - Started: [2014-03-18 21:43:16]
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 (5s):11.83G (avg):12.65Gh/s | A:140096  R:2736  HW:8044  WU:127.0/m
 ST: 3  SS: 1  NB: 132  LW: 357785  GF: 1  RF: 0
 Connected to bitcoin.minerpool.de diff 16 with stratum as user 13gtAPBFkrTq5QEnyxxpBKF2wDWvdKd7mw/+16
 Block: 4f8d22c7...  Diff:4.25G  Started: [16:20:44]  Best share: 666K
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 SB device management [P]ool management ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 1: ANU 1:                         | 1.820G/1.808Gh/s | A:21484 R:400 HW:1124 WU: 18.0/m
 3: ANU 3:                         | 1.726G/1.807Gh/s | A:19764 R:496 HW:1178 WU: 18.1/m
 4: ANU 4:                         | 1.827G/1.808Gh/s | A:19880 R:192 HW:1109 WU: 17.9/m
 5: ANU 5:                         | 1.826G/1.809Gh/s | A:19884 R:416 HW:1118 WU: 18.0/m
 6: ANU 6:                         | 1.808G/1.807Gh/s | A:20184 R:464 HW:1209 WU: 18.6/m
 7: ANU 7:                         | 1.743G/1.808Gh/s | A: 8400 R:128 HW: 487 WU: 18.2/m
 8: ANU 8:                         | 1.826G/1.806Gh/s | A: 8784 R:160 HW: 537 WU: 18.7/m
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-03-19 08:22:19] ANU 2: Device failed to respond to restart
 [2014-03-19 08:22:19] ANU 2 failure, disabling!
 [2014-03-19 08:22:21] ANU 0: Device failed to respond to restart
 [2014-03-19 08:22:21] ANU 0 failure, disabling!

The miner start as new ANU 7 and 8 after "Device failure" new  Kiss

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March 19, 2014, 04:00:54 PM
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THX for the USB Fix!

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cgminer version 4.2.0 - Started: [2014-03-18 21:43:16]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):11.83G (avg):12.65Gh/s | A:140096  R:2736  HW:8044  WU:127.0/m
 ST: 3  SS: 1  NB: 132  LW: 357785  GF: 1  RF: 0
 Connected to bitcoin.minerpool.de diff 16 with stratum as user 13gtAPBFkrTq5QEnyxxpBKF2wDWvdKd7mw/+16
 Block: 4f8d22c7...  Diff:4.25G  Started: [16:20:44]  Best share: 666K
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [U]SB device management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 1: ANU 1:                         | 1.820G/1.808Gh/s | A:21484 R:400 HW:1124 WU: 18.0/m
 3: ANU 3:                         | 1.726G/1.807Gh/s | A:19764 R:496 HW:1178 WU: 18.1/m
 4: ANU 4:                         | 1.827G/1.808Gh/s | A:19880 R:192 HW:1109 WU: 17.9/m
 5: ANU 5:                         | 1.826G/1.809Gh/s | A:19884 R:416 HW:1118 WU: 18.0/m
 6: ANU 6:                         | 1.808G/1.807Gh/s | A:20184 R:464 HW:1209 WU: 18.6/m
 7: ANU 7:                         | 1.743G/1.808Gh/s | A: 8400 R:128 HW: 487 WU: 18.2/m
 8: ANU 8:                         | 1.826G/1.806Gh/s | A: 8784 R:160 HW: 537 WU: 18.7/m
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-03-19 08:22:19] ANU 2: Device failed to respond to restart
 [2014-03-19 08:22:19] ANU 2 failure, disabling!
 [2014-03-19 08:22:21] ANU 0: Device failed to respond to restart
 [2014-03-19 08:22:21] ANU 0 failure, disabling!

The miner start as new ANU 7 and 8 after "Device failure" new  Kiss

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New version: 4.2.0, 18th March 2014
Uploaded a new windows debug build based on 4.2.0:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/debug/

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March 20, 2014, 02:48:43 AM
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Thanks for the release.
However, I don't think it's the right thing to do to make solo miners mine by default to an address owned by you, unless they pay attention to the documentation and add the --btc-address option.
Some people like me mine solo even if they have a low hashing power. They do so because pool mining wouldn't provide a significant income, and they rather take their chance with the solo mining lottery. You shouldn't assume that somebody doing solo mining has millions worth of equipment so if they don't pay attention to your documentation it's only fair to punish them by ripping them off of their mining.
In any case, simply upgrading a piece of software shouldn't require the user to add an option in order to keep the previous behaviour. And in this case the change in behaviour is quite dramatic: all mining will go to your address instead of the one belonging to the user!
This is a bad default because it is most likely not what a user would want to do by default, and the most sensible default behaviour should be for cgminer to refuse to start and print an error.
The problem here is that obviously there are money involved, and I think this really reflects negatively on your reputation and the reputation of cgminer.
The fact that a piece of software is given away for free doesn't mean that the developer doesn't have to behave professionally and treat his users with respect.
Other high profile open source software like Linux or Apache certainly would never do anything like that.
No you're reading it wrong. It will not mine solo unless you go to the effort of setting up bitcoind AND adding it as a pool and NOT follow the instructions that discretely say to add a btc address. It does NOT change default behaviour one bit for existing miners with existing configurations.

EDIT: Or is your concern existing solo miners? The previous versions of cgminer could not meaningfully mine solo so I didn't think anyone was trying to.

I at least set up mine but I was under the impression that I didn't need an btc address. Maybe that's why I didn't see anything but new block found messages. If the new one has is coded to give to you when we forget to set an address could we have something like a

"thanks for the gold... now get out of the way your blocking my view"

message, so we know we're mostly/accidentally giving our mining power to you. You should add a cgminer donate command like cgwatcher has if you want a cut of my miniscule pie.

On another note just looked back and noticed that a problem I was having with a u2 device being disabled was a known issue and hopefully being worked on  ,but did you get any demo units to play with to see what would keep the u2 device coming on with certain hubs(no solid green when not mining). I have an aitech usb3.0 hub and the one u2 device I put on it would not cycle[power] on[no green,solid red] but a rosewill 2.0 hub would. Wierd huh?

Also good time to test a blink on command function as the u2's do have bright enough green lights for me to tape over soon, but just enough to tell me when its not mining on a "happy" hub.

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March 21, 2014, 12:16:27 AM
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Edit: there's a later version out already:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.msg5837272#msg5837272

Finally got an AntS1 binary out - it's 4.2.0 with a patch to make the Luci display work as well as the standard API so anyone wanting to use the API to their AntS1 can use the same code for their AntS1 as for any other cgminer device.

The patch (for anyone interested in knowing what I had to change) is here:
https://github.com/kanoi/cgminer/commit/28f27672d4deaef742c66a12522b745105b770f5

The binary and README are in my usual cgminer-binaries git here:
https://github.com/kanoi/cgminer-binaries/tree/master/AntS1

Read the README on the screen there for how to replace the /usr/bin/cgminer binary in your AntS1 with the new one.

Of course this binary includes all cgminer changes up to 4.2.0 and the one extra commit after 4.2.0 was released:
https://github.com/ckolivas/cgminer/commit/c73e9e7a4f457e94d0f61e0cfc9e8f4531a99f4b

The specific AntS1 changes are of course the changes that have been advertised in cgminer since I merged in the full AntS1 support.
They are:
Enable temperature management code (it doesn't work in the Bitmain code)
Use stratum time rolling to reduce CPU - it still runs at 100% CPU like the Bitmain version does, though.

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March 21, 2014, 01:36:43 AM
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However, I don't think it's the right thing to do to make solo miners mine by default to an address owned by you,
No you're reading it wrong.

You should add a cgminer donate command like cgwatcher has if you want a cut of my miniscule pie.

Um, are these guys really upset because the executive summary has your bitcoin address for an example?  Or am I missing something?

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March 21, 2014, 02:01:06 AM
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However, I don't think it's the right thing to do to make solo miners mine by default to an address owned by you,
No you're reading it wrong.

You should add a cgminer donate command like cgwatcher has if you want a cut of my miniscule pie.

Um, are these guys really upset because the executive summary has your bitcoin address for an example?  Or am I missing something?

They're upset about this:

Code:
Restart bitcoind, then start cgminer, pointing to the bitcoind and choose a
btc address with the following options, altering to suit their setup:

cgminer -o http://localhost:8332 -u username -p password --btc-address 15qSxP1SQcUX3o4nhkfdbgyoWEFMomJ4rZ
If you do NOT specify a btc address, you WILL be mining solo for me instead.

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March 21, 2014, 02:05:35 AM
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Greets Kano,

Great work on this - well done. I just installed it on one of my S1's for testing, cpu & memory usage are slightly less than it used to be which makes the web interface a little more responsive - thanks! I have noticed that the LSTime column on the Miner Status page is now maxed out at 1395366962 constantly - any ideas my man?

Really appreciate your work on this Kano - kudos  Wink

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No your missing something... like that all the instructions from other post I followed in the past didn't mention something like this and I missed out on coins regardless how I appropriate them.

If they have for example ckolivias's address hard coded I just want to have a way to remind myself that I screwed up and adjust my equipment properly Undecided

If I make a killing or someone accidentally tips me way to much or uses my reference codes I'll make sure it goes where it needs to go though I'd rather find a way for ckolivias  and company to get a cut of all the mining sites that charge fees and use cgminer as reference.

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March 21, 2014, 03:48:38 AM
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Greets Kano,

Great work on this - well done. I just installed it on one of my S1's for testing, cpu & memory usage are slightly less than it used to be which makes the web interface a little more responsive - thanks! I have noticed that the LSTime column on the Miner Status page is now maxed out at 1395366962 constantly - any ideas my man?

Really appreciate your work on this Kano - kudos  Wink
Hmm, yep I see that also on my new ant only though.
The old ant (and Con's ant) show up normal.
Must be another change in there they did to screw up the API somewhere between the early ants and the newest ones Tongue
I can track down the difference, since as I say in the README to keep the original executable - so looking at that should hopefully show what has changed between the different ants ... sigh ... why?!?! Smiley

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Greets Kano,

Great work on this - well done. I just installed it on one of my S1's for testing, cpu & memory usage are slightly less than it used to be which makes the web interface a little more responsive - thanks! I have noticed that the LSTime column on the Miner Status page is now maxed out at 1395366962 constantly - any ideas my man?

Really appreciate your work on this Kano - kudos  Wink
Hmm, yep I see that also on my new ant only though.
The old ant (and Con's ant) show up normal.
Must be another change in there they did to screw up the API somewhere between the early ants and the newest ones Tongue
I can track down the difference, since as I say in the README to keep the original executable - so looking at that should hopefully show what has changed between the different ants ... sigh ... why?!?! Smiley

My older ants display a full date and time for the LSTIME. One of my newer ants shows time since the last share for LSTIME.
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