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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.9.2  (Read 4819436 times)
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July 13, 2014, 06:44:31 PM
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Actually, in in the correct place, since im working on getting a BitFury working with the current cgminer.
Awesome, open the file called README.txt that's begging you to read it and look for the part where it says "SETTING UP USB DEVICES"

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July 13, 2014, 06:50:48 PM
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Actually, in in the correct place, since im working on getting a BitFury working with the current cgminer.
Awesome, open the file called README.txt that's begging you to read it and look for the part where it says "SETTING UP USB DEVICES"
That's exactly what I did to solve the problem.
The problem was left over COM port drivers, so the miner defaulted to a COM port instead of a USB device.
After the driver update, your software worked perfectly and the little miner is hashing away at between 1-2 GHs, which is like 10x faster than my entire Scrypt ASIC farm, at much less power. Im trying to do the math to figure if that will result in 10x revenue improvement, but it's confusing doing all the conversions.
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July 13, 2014, 06:55:51 PM
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Actually, in in the correct place, since im working on getting a BitFury working with the current cgminer.
Awesome, open the file called README.txt that's begging you to read it and look for the part where it says "SETTING UP USB DEVICES"
That's exactly what I did to solve the problem.
The problem was left over COM port drivers, so the miner defaulted to a COM port instead of a USB device.
After the driver update, your software worked perfectly and the little miner is hashing away at between 1-2 GHs, which is like 10x faster than my entire Scrypt ASIC farm, at much less power. Im trying to do the math to figure if that will result in 10x revenue improvement, but it's confusing doing all the conversions.
Scrypt algorithm is effectively by design about 1000x slower so no. If it's going 10x faster on bitcoin then you're actually going 100x slower.

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July 13, 2014, 07:02:47 PM
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Actually, in in the correct place, since im working on getting a BitFury working with the current cgminer.
Awesome, open the file called README.txt that's begging you to read it and look for the part where it says "SETTING UP USB DEVICES"
That's exactly what I did to solve the problem.
The problem was left over COM port drivers, so the miner defaulted to a COM port instead of a USB device.
After the driver update, your software worked perfectly and the little miner is hashing away at between 1-2 GHs, which is like 10x faster than my entire Scrypt ASIC farm, at much less power. Im trying to do the math to figure if that will result in 10x revenue improvement, but it's confusing doing all the conversions.
Scrypt algorithm is effectively by design about 1000x slower so no. If it's going 10x faster on bitcoin then you're actually going 100x slower.
Bummer, I was hoping that I was going to get 10x the earnings from this little board compared to my 5KW Scrypt farm which cost a bazillion dollars...
Anyhow, ill watch the returns and estimate my LTC->BTC conversion to see how they compare.
It seems to me from recent reading that I may be better off with BTC ASICs than with Scrypt ASICs in the long-run. That's what im trying to figure out.
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July 13, 2014, 08:03:07 PM
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Zeus Miner guys forked CGMINER but they deleted autogen.sh in the process, I don't know why. I'm not a Linux expert but I'm trying to build this under Ubuntu 12.04 x86 64 bits.
Then you're in the wrong place. You need to seek support from the maintainers of your fork. This is the support thread only for mining bitcoin on the official cgminer.

I'm not seeking information on Zeus specifics but just general information on how to build CGMINER without autogen.sh. Is it too much to ask from the community?

If you have the knowledge to build this thing under Ubuntu I bet it took you the same or more effort to push me back.

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July 13, 2014, 08:32:57 PM
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He does but there are better places to ask which don't have him answering question for non supported equipment Wink. I'm almost certain if Zeus forked to do there own thing they can answer for themselves. @Ckolivias, hopefully this answer is within your moderating guidelines Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed

1-2 Ghs is not going to make your bitcoin dreams come true. Look for a site named [I think] bitcoinwisdom.com . I've never played with another site called genesis block but this site a nice table interface to experiment with. You need like a terrahash (1000Ghs without rounding) to dust anything big and that was half a coin a month and I still haven't looked into how many actual blocks exist still.

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July 13, 2014, 08:41:21 PM
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Zeus Miner guys forked CGMINER but they deleted autogen.sh in the process, I don't know why. I'm not a Linux expert but I'm trying to build this under Ubuntu 12.04 x86 64 bits.
Then you're in the wrong place. You need to seek support from the maintainers of your fork. This is the support thread only for mining bitcoin on the official cgminer.

I'm not seeking information on Zeus specifics but just general information on how to build CGMINER without autogen.sh. Is it too much to ask from the community?

If you have the knowledge to build this thing under Ubuntu I bet it took you the same or more effort to push me back.



Check the read me in github its probably been covered in my search to compile for windows . Its here somewhere you may just have to write the rest if it gets you in the right direction.

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July 14, 2014, 03:19:14 AM
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Zeus Miner guys forked CGMINER but they deleted autogen.sh in the process, I don't know why. I'm not a Linux expert but I'm trying to build this under Ubuntu 12.04 x86 64 bits.
Then you're in the wrong place. You need to seek support from the maintainers of your fork. This is the support thread only for mining bitcoin on the official cgminer.

I'm not seeking information on Zeus specifics but just general information on how to build CGMINER without autogen.sh. Is it too much to ask from the community?

If you have the knowledge to build this thing under Ubuntu I bet it took you the same or more effort to push me back.
Not really, I'd have to go investigate why it's missing it myself.

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July 14, 2014, 04:02:37 AM
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I am a little lost here, did not see any post option so I am using reply, if I am in the wrong place please give me a hint where I can get help.

My question is, do I have to install IIS to link cgminer to bitcoin-qt?

I am asking because I see the "http://localhost:8332" part on the command line I will use.

I am using W7 64 with bitcoin core 0.9.2.1 and cgminer-win0.31 with 2 ASIC devices.

Just want to solo-mining for a while to test and learn how it works.

I will use the following command line:

cgminer.exe -o http://localhost:8332 -u username -p password --btc-address FirstReceivingAddressfrombitcoinqt --rmu-freq 270

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My question is, do I have to install IIS to link cgminer to bitcoin-qt?

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July 14, 2014, 04:11:09 AM
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I am a little lost here, did not see any post option so I am using reply, if I am in the wrong place please give me a hint where I can get help.

My question is, do I have to install IIS to link cgminer to bitcoin-qt?

I am asking because I see the "http://localhost:8332" part on the command line I will use.

I am using W7 64 with bitcoin core 0.9.2.1 and cgminer-win0.31 with 2 ASIC devices.

Just want to solo-mining for a while to test and learn how it works.

I will use the following command line:

cgminer.exe -o http://localhost:8332 -u username -p password --btc-address FirstReceivingAddressfrombitcoinqt --rmu-freq 270


If you want to mine to bitcoin-qt on windows you also need to use the bitcoin-rpc exe.

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July 14, 2014, 08:50:41 AM
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Hi ckolivas!

Look, I'm running cgminer 4.4.1 and I'm getting "Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766" a lot, lately.
After this, my screen session renders unusable and I have to create a new one.
This last part isn't important, but as for the error, I can't get cgminer to function for more than about few hours:

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cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 06:23:56]                                                                   
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 (5s):21.29G (1m):20.92G (5m):21.39G (15m):21.47G (avg):19.14Gh/s                                               
 A:32250  R:0  HW:7790  WU:228.0/m | ST: 49  SS: 0  NB: 10  LW: 75545  GF: 1  RF: 0                       
 Connected to ---------- diff 14 with stratum as user                                                                     
 Block: 256e69bd...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [08:40:21]  Best share: 31.9K                                               
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit                                           
  0: BAJ FTWS9K4J: max 41C 0.99V           | 4.672G / 4.651Gh/s WU:64.8/m A:9033 R:0 HW:   3             
  1: BXM 0       :                         | 2.529G / 2.512Gh/s WU:35.4/m A:4935 R:0 HW:   0                       
  2: AMU 0       :                         | 36.31M / 280.2Mh/s WU: 3.3/m A: 579 R:0 HW:7516                     
  5: ANU 2       :                         | 1.984G / 1.990Gh/s WU:28.1/m A:3728 R:0 HW:  24                     
  6: ANU 3       :                         | 1.989G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.9/m A:4357 R:0 HW:  24                     
  7: ANU 4       :                         | 1.992G / 1.991Gh/s WU:27.4/m A:3736 R:0 HW:  19                     
  8: ANU 5       :                         | 1.990G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.3/m A:3856 R:0 HW:  22                     
 13: ANU 10      :                         | 1.624G / 1.916Gh/s WU:24.4/m A:1183 R:0 HW: 131                   
 21: ANU 18      :                         | 1.637G / 1.796Gh/s WU: 5.2/m A:  14 R:0 HW:   0                       
 22: ANU 19      :                         | 1.786G / 1.899Gh/s WU:25.7zorg@Enterprise:~$ :   1                 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 08:40:49] Accepted 0f0d5b64 Diff 17/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:53] Accepted ca3df8db Diff 324/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:55] Accepted 08cabc98 Diff 29/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted b7bf2738 Diff 357/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted 076a0aee Diff 35/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:00] Accepted 0c319904 Diff 21/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:02] Accepted 04ca727d Diff 53/14 ANU 4 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:05] Hotplug: Icarus added ANU 19
 [2014-07-14 08:41:06] Accepted 0b1b953f Diff 23/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:14] Accepted 0d9e1876 Diff 19/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:15] Accepted 068974d7 Diff 39/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:18] Accepted 0d8c53fa Diff 19/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 081be148 Diff 32/14 ANU 19 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 01811a6a Diff 170/14 ANU 18 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:20] Accepted 0c9bf344 Diff 20/14 ANU 10 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:29] Accepted 06d0273c Diff 38/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] ANU18 Re-estimate: Hs=-5.485215e-10 W=8.094902e-01 read_time=-1696ms fullnonce=-1.546s
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

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Can you help me please?
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July 14, 2014, 04:52:07 PM
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I am a little lost here, did not see any post option so I am using reply, if I am in the wrong place please give me a hint where I can get help.

My question is, do I have to install IIS to link cgminer to bitcoin-qt?

I am asking because I see the "http://localhost:8332" part on the command line I will use.

I am using W7 64 with bitcoin core 0.9.2.1 and cgminer-win0.31 with 2 ASIC devices.

Just want to solo-mining for a while to test and learn how it works.

I will use the following command line:

cgminer.exe -o http://localhost:8332 -u username -p password --btc-address FirstReceivingAddressfrombitcoinqt --rmu-freq 270


If you want to mine to bitcoin-qt on windows you also need to use the bitcoin-rpc exe.


Already done the rpc entries in bitcoin.conf Any guide somewhere on how to use bitcoin-rpc.exe?
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July 14, 2014, 09:47:03 PM
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Let me reply myself now that have all together.

ok, everything looks in place, bitcoin-qt started as server and cgminer found the hardware and able to get into the server with the provided username and password.

My question is, how do I know it is mining?

 cgminer version 4.3.3 - Started: [2014-07-14 17:13:16]
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 (5s):77.90G (1m):66.56G (5m):64.91G (15m):54.08G (avg):64.89Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:180  WU:906.9/m  Freq:270MHz
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 31773c29...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [17:37:57]  Best share: 19.4K
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SB management [P]ool management ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: RMU 0       :                   | 27.26G / 32.50Gh/s WU:454.7/m| T:47C
 1: RMU 1       :                   | 43.77G / 32.47Gh/s WU:453.7/m| T:48C
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 [2014-07-14 17:20:59] Block height change to 310750 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 17:37:57] Block height change to 310751 detected on pool 0
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July 14, 2014, 11:54:58 PM
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If you followed the setup and provided an address I assume you'd see it in you wallet "if"  you complete a block.

If you decide to mine for the bitcoin after your experiment join a pool. You might be able to get .01 a week with 180Ghs. If you want to try solo mining try something like julecoin. Probably the same setup for straight bitcoining(meaning you have to sell them into bitcoin) and a whole lot  less difficulty[and I'm not mining it   Tongue ].

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July 15, 2014, 12:13:04 AM
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Let me reply myself now that have all together.

ok, everything looks in place, bitcoin-qt started as server and cgminer found the hardware and able to get into the server with the provided username and password.

My question is, how do I know it is mining?

Code:
cgminer version 4.3.3 - Started: [2014-07-14 17:13:16]
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 (5s):77.90G (1m):66.56G (5m):64.91G (15m):54.08G (avg):64.89Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:180  WU:906.9/m  Freq:270MHz
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 31773c29...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [17:37:57]  Best share: 19.4K
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: RMU 0       :                   | 27.26G / 32.50Gh/s WU:454.7/m| T:47C
 1: RMU 1       :                   | 43.77G / 32.47Gh/s WU:453.7/m| T:48C
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 [2014-07-14 17:20:59] Block height change to 310750 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 17:37:57] Block height change to 310751 detected on pool 0
I dunno what the heck an RMU is since there's no such device in the main cgminer code... but anyway if you see a hashrate in the real cgminer code it means it is finding shares internally so therefore you know it's mining (no idea if your fork driver is confirming it's finding work or just reporting what it thinks it's working at sorry).

You can always try it on a local testnet to see if you find a block...

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Oops, I got it, I downloaded cgminer from

https://github.com/rockminerinc/cgminer-for-R-BOX/blob/master/cgminer-win0.3.1.zip

So it was modified and compiled by the ASIC device vendor.

To work with the real one I have to download from the real place.

My bad, I thought was the same cgminer, way to learn.

Let me redo it again and try.

Thanks for your help.
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If you followed the setup and provided an address I assume you'd see it in you wallet "if"  you complete a block.

If you decide to mine for the bitcoin after your experiment join a pool. You might be able to get .01 a week with 180Ghs. If you want to try solo mining try something like julecoin. Probably the same setup for straight bitcoining(meaning you have to sell them into bitcoin) and a whole lot  less difficulty[and I'm not mining it   Tongue ].

No idea what a julecoin is first time I heard of it. Huh
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Running on 4.4.1 now, but log window shows only Block height change .

 cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 21:58:26]
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 (5s):63.76G (1m):63.28G (5m):64.35G (15m):57.49G (avg):64.61Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:168  WU:902.8/m
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 3e7d6a83...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [22:31:02]  Best share: 94.9K
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SB management [P]ool management ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: LIN 0       : 270MHz  46C             | 34.23G / 32.44Gh/s WU:453.2/m
 1: LIN 1       : 270MHz  44C             | 29.14G / 32.40Gh/s WU:452.7/m
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 22:06:51] Block height change to 310774 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:08:38] Block height change to 310775 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:13:17] Block height change to 310776 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:31:02] Block height change to 310777 detected on pool 0
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Running on 4.4.1 now, but log window shows only Block height change .

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cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 21:58:26]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):63.76G (1m):63.28G (5m):64.35G (15m):57.49G (avg):64.61Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:168  WU:902.8/m
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 3e7d6a83...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [22:31:02]  Best share: 94.9K
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: LIN 0       : 270MHz  46C             | 34.23G / 32.44Gh/s WU:453.2/m
 1: LIN 1       : 270MHz  44C             | 29.14G / 32.40Gh/s WU:452.7/m
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 22:06:51] Block height change to 310774 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:08:38] Block height change to 310775 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:13:17] Block height change to 310776 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:31:02] Block height change to 310777 detected on pool 0
Yes that looks correct for solo mining. You are successfully mining at ~64GH worth of valid work and that is the only message you'll get unless you find a block.

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