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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.9.2  (Read 4824874 times)
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July 18, 2014, 09:46:18 AM
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hello, do you know how to setup logging on cgminer with GNU Screen (linux)?

I'm trying redirecting the stderr but cause of screen that won't work.

This doesn't work:
Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2>cgminer.log



Try
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/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2 | tee cgminer.log

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If you want to append the log file, use "tee -a".

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July 18, 2014, 10:23:04 AM
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hello, do you know how to setup logging on cgminer with GNU Screen (linux)?

I'm trying redirecting the stderr but cause of screen that won't work.

This doesn't work:
Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2>cgminer.log



Try
Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2 | tee cgminer.log

Instead Cheesy

If you want to append the log file, use "tee -a".

No way with tee too.

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July 18, 2014, 10:32:03 AM
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hello, do you know how to setup logging on cgminer with GNU Screen (linux)?

I'm trying redirecting the stderr but cause of screen that won't work.

This doesn't work:
Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2>cgminer.log


Create a script with the redirect in it and call that from screen.

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July 18, 2014, 10:47:16 AM
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hello, do you know how to setup logging on cgminer with GNU Screen (linux)?

I'm trying redirecting the stderr but cause of screen that won't work.

This doesn't work:
Code:
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2>cgminer.log


Create a script with the redirect in it and call that from screen.

Yes that could be an option but what about using the --monitor option? How could I use it?

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adding to cgminer a --log-file option could be really useful

EDIT: solved with the script thanks

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how does all this work? CGMiner, CGU, etc..
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July 18, 2014, 07:59:46 PM
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Making some progress with the Terraminer. I hooked up both boards directly to my PC, installed WinUSB, and then started up version 4.3.5 using the --ps-load 80 parameter since I used to run it at power step 8.

Cgminer recognizes the boards and they get an initial hash rate of about 200g for a second on each board and the over about a minute it goes down to 0.

I get a constant output of checksum bad for each board.

The miner registers on my pool for about 2 minutes and then nothing

Is there a parameter I am missing?

Any suggestions?
Sorry try 4.3.4 as 4.3.5 had the checksum code which is for newer firmware.
I'm sure its what you think it is but if thats avalon chip in that terraminer the one time I saw that was a technobit using its software in a multi coin site (switch pool).

Just make sure that doesn't end up being the reason.

In other news I'd hope they put a check in place for version control like drillbit so you either lock the older device out or use an older code function.  I was still in hope newer devices would have a push so they get firmware update on load like my cable card device.

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Are there Changes for TERRAMINER ASICS?
Shoud I change from 4.3.4 to New CGMINER released July 17th?
Please
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Good Night
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Are there Changes for TERRAMINER ASICS?
Shoud I change from 4.3.4 to New CGMINER released July 17th?
Please
Thanks

No.

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Good Night
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Are there Changes for TERRAMINER ASICS?
Shoud I change from 4.3.4 to New CGMINER released July 17th?
Please
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No.

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Greetings,

I've been using cgminer since bitcoins were about $15 and it has always worked fine.

However, after not having used it in some time I attempted to use it once more using my previous working config and version and the newest version with new config and it does not detect any devices.

"No devices detected" is what it says, and it refuses to mine. Other miners pick up my devices ok, but I like CGMiner, I would like cgminer to also pick them up. I'm using Radeon 7970 with the 14.7 RC driver and Windows 8.1 x64 system.
Read the opening post of this thread and the readme. GPU mining was removed a year ago from cgminer, it is only ASIC mining software now.

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July 19, 2014, 03:12:31 PM
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Antminer U1 Help

Hey guys and girls,

Using CGMINER 4.0.0

Using a Jalapeno and also a U1. 

On USB [L]ist devices both will show up.

Bus 1 Device 5 ID: 10c4:ea60 Silicon Labs CP2102 USB to UART Bridge Controller inactive
Bus 1 Device 8 ID: 0403:6014 FTDI BitFORCE SHA256 SC active

However I am having trouble activating the U1 (assuming that is what is showing up as device 5).  When it ask for Device number, am I supposed to put Bus 1 Device 5 (the listed one for U1)?  Sorry for the newb question but can't seem to find out why it will not activate and have tried the normal google search, etc.

Thanks,

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July 22, 2014, 07:23:40 PM
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Hey Con (since I think you've done most of the work for Cointerra devices) - what's up with the 'hidden' command line arguments for Cointerra:

Code:
OPT_WITH_ARG("--cta-load",
set_int_0_to_255, opt_show_intval, &opt_cta_load,
"Set load for CTA devices, 0-255 range"),
OPT_WITH_ARG("--ps-load",
set_int_0_to_100, opt_show_intval, &opt_ps_load,
"Set power supply load for CTA devices, 0-100 range"),


.. later sent in the reset message buffer:

Code:
buf[CTA_RESET_LOAD] = opt_cta_load ? opt_cta_load : 255;
buf[CTA_RESET_PSLOAD] = opt_ps_load

In the ASIC-README, there's a note:

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Cointerra devices come up as CTA devices and currently take no command line arguments.

Is there a reason for the contradictory note in ASIC-README? I noticed they *are* sent in Cointerra's own firmware version of the cgminer startup script.

I feel like I might be giving crap advice over in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=641998.msg7974265#msg7974265
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Hey Con (since I think you've done most of the work for Cointerra devices) - what's up with the 'hidden' command line arguments for Cointerra:

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OPT_WITH_ARG("--cta-load",
set_int_0_to_255, opt_show_intval, &opt_cta_load,
"Set load for CTA devices, 0-255 range"),
OPT_WITH_ARG("--ps-load",
set_int_0_to_100, opt_show_intval, &opt_ps_load,
"Set power supply load for CTA devices, 0-100 range"),


.. later sent in the reset message buffer:

Code:
buf[CTA_RESET_LOAD] = opt_cta_load ? opt_cta_load : 255;
buf[CTA_RESET_PSLOAD] = opt_ps_load

In the ASIC-README, there's a note:

Quote
Cointerra devices come up as CTA devices and currently take no command line arguments.

Is there a reason for the contradictory note in ASIC-README? I noticed they *are* sent in Cointerra's own firmware version of the cgminer startup script.

I feel like I might be giving crap advice over in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=641998.msg7974265#msg7974265
The details of them were never explained even to me although their requirement was, so I left them as hidden undocumented until cointerra wanted to document them. However they never did. One is the cta device load and the other is the power supply load. They appear to be intuitive in use though what their numbers actually mean is still not described anywhere, even to me.

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July 22, 2014, 09:06:06 PM
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Tell your friend to go on amazon if they want eroupters. I had someone buy off a bunch of my set a short while ago though I didn't ask why. I kept hoping there was life after bitcoin for eroupters but nothing ever passed my way (like folding at home support or bonzi gpu applications [which do seti and a bunch of other group processing programs]

Ankers work for most but they are 3.0 and will cause pain if you plug in a 3.0 port (zombies and disappearing devices. I'm hoping 3.0 will be bitcoin friendly if people start building on its spec though.

Post again once you get your hubs. I'd hope that'll be the issue and your friend will get their free eroupter.

Got the hubs and they're working great!
The Ants even got recognized without the BE's!!!
BTW, they are 3.0 but I've kept the cables in the box and plugged 2.0 cables, since I have no 3.0 USB ports on this computer.

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July 22, 2014, 11:44:27 PM
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Please forgive if this has been posted here before.
I admit it is a drive by post, I did not read the whole thread.
I did search, I know similar exists, I blunder on anyways!

How to build cgminer on a KnCMiner Neptune while it hashes Smiley

My directory tree is as follows

/config
/config/opkg.cache
/config/other
/config/other/cgminer
/config/other/jansson-2.5

If ya dosent likes it season to taste...

First you need a build environment.
I save the downloaded opkg files for faster reconfig.
(better ways exist but I have not implimented yet, I just wait for reinstall of opkg files)

Code:
mkdir /config/opkg.cache

cat >/etc/opkg/feeds.conf <<\EOF
src/gz noarch http://feeds.angstrom-distribution.org/feeds/v2013.06/ipk/eglibc/all/
src/gz base http://feeds.angstrom-distribution.org/feeds/v2013.06/ipk/eglibc/armv7ahf-vfp-neon/base/
src/gz beaglebone http://feeds.angstrom-distribution.org/feeds/v2013.06/ipk/eglibc/armv7ahf-vfp-neon/machine/beaglebone/
EOF

opkg --cache /config/opkg.cache install update-alternatives
opkg --cache /config/opkg.cache install automake autoconf make gcc cpp binutils git less pkgconfig-dev ncurses-dev libtool nano bash i2c-tools-dev
while ! opkg --cache /config/opkg.cache install libcurl-dev; do true; done

ln -s /usr/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc /usr/bin/gcc
ln -s /usr/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-ar /usr/bin/ar
ln -s /usr/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-nm /usr/bin/nm

At this point most compile stuff kinda works.
You can skip the symlinks if you want to modify every Makefile and ./config you will probably ever use Wink
You may need more symlinks  to default program names for other build projects.

The following scripts do not assume symlinks exist

I struggled with errors compiling the jansson-2.5 that comes with the KnC cgminer git.
Operator error is suspected! Smiley
I forced my intentions Smiley
Code:
mkdir /config/other
cd /config/other
curl http://www.digip.org/jansson/releases/jansson-2.5.tar.bz2 | tar -xjvp
cd  /config/other/jansson-2.5
./configure --prefix=/usr CC=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc  NM=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-nm
make install && ldconfig
cd /config/other

next need to grab bleeding edge cgminer code from KnC git
Code:
cd /config/other
git clone git://github.com/KnCMiner/cgminer
cd cgminer

Skip this part if my jansson-2.5 challenge was operator error
Code:
cd /config/other/cgminer/compat
mv jansson-2.5 jansson-2.5.orig
cp -r /config/other/jansson-2.5 .
cd ..

finally try and build cgminer

Code:
autoconf
./configure  CC=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc  NM=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-nm AR=arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-ar --enable-knc
make cgminer
make api-example
ls -alrt

If everything worked you should see new 'cgminer' and 'api-example' at the bottom of dir list.

You can run it in place or copy it over the original.
The following will preserve the original as /usr/bin/cgminer.orig and replace existing with new and run it.
This is also needed after reboot to run new cgminer
Code:
/etc/init.d/cgminer.sh stop
mv /usr/bin/cgminer /usr/bin/cgminer.orig
cp /config/other/cgminer/cgminer /usr/bin
/etc/init.d/cgminer.sh restart

At this point IF IT WORKS it is running
wait a few for cgminer to start then ....

'screen -r'

same as always
N'Joy!

HUGE disclaimer, above scripts are from memory, cut, and paste.
There may exist errors, I am not gonna rerun it and see until I have too!

YMMV
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EDIT
The build stuff is swiped from the README.ASIC in bfgminer.
I did not figure out any of it.

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July 22, 2014, 11:45:07 PM
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Why does CGMiner keep identifying my Jalapeno as a BXM?  I have to start a CGMiner instance first for my Jalapeno with a --usb bas:1 and then start the other instances for my other miners.  It's not a big deal but 4.2.3 did this and 4.4.2 still does, but if I have to restart it I have to shut all instances down and restart them in the correct order.

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I did not read the whole thread.

Oh, come on, read the whole thread.  It's very edifying.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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July 22, 2014, 11:53:53 PM
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Why does CGMiner keep identifying my Jalapeno as a BXM?  I have to start a CGMiner instance first for my Jalapeno with a --usb bas:1 and then start the other instances for my other miners.  It's not a big deal but 4.2.3 did this and 4.4.2 still does, but if I have to restart it I have to shut all instances down and restart them in the correct order.
Wow you still run one of those?

Presumably it's because they both use the same communication chip and I never tested this combination of hardware since my Jalapeno has long since been gotten rid of. You should try disabling the bxm instead of enabling the others with --usb BXM:0

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Why does CGMiner keep identifying my Jalapeno as a BXM?  I have to start a CGMiner instance first for my Jalapeno with a --usb bas:1 and then start the other instances for my other miners.  It's not a big deal but 4.2.3 did this and 4.4.2 still does, but if I have to restart it I have to shut all instances down and restart them in the correct order.
Wow you still run one of those?

Presumably it's because they both use the same communication chip and I never tested this combination of hardware since my Jalapeno has long since been gotten rid of. You should try disabling the bxm instead of enabling the others with --usb BXM:0

I also run a Jalapeño but it reports as BAJ Smiley

Code:
cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-22 23:02:16]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):32.93G (1m):31.49G (5m):31.39G (15m):31.37G (avg):31.27Gh/s                                             
 A:319422  R:1023  HW:15774  WU:424.9/m | ST: 88  SS: 0  NB: 80  LW: 659492  GF: 0  RF: 0             
 Connected to  diff 25 with stratum as user
 Block: 3b15cdd8...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [11:28:41]  Best share: 1.59M                                           
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit                                         
  0: BAJ FTWS9K4J: max 43C 0.99V           | 4.857G / 4.659Gh/s WU:64.8/m A:48461 R: 98 HW:  42     
  1: BXM 0       :                         | 4.307G / 4.253Gh/s WU:60.0/m A:44138 R:365 HW:   0                 
  2: BXM 1       :                         | 4.063G / 4.060Gh/s WU:56.9/m A:41083 R:162 HW:   0                 
  3: BXM 2       :                         | 4.368G / 4.351Gh/s WU:61.1/m A:47006 R:184 HW:   0                 
  6: ANU 2       :                         | 2.062G / 2.023Gh/s WU:27.1/m A:20849 R:  0 HW:1408                 
  7: ANU 3       :                         | 1.778G / 2.006Gh/s WU:26.7/m A:19406 R: 79 HW:1871               
  8: ANU 4       :                         | 2.002G / 1.867Gh/s WU:21.5/m A:15847 R: 29 HW:5686               
  9: ANU 5       :                         | 2.072G / 2.068Gh/s WU:29.0/m A:23488 R: 29 HW: 219                 
 10: ANU 6       :                         | 2.028G / 1.970Gh/s WU:25.0/m A:19242 R: 48 HW:2834               
 11: ANU 7       :                         | 2.052G / 1.952Gh/s WU:24.6/m A:14848 R: 29 HW:2664               
 12: ANU 8       :                         | 1.855G / 2.058Gh/s WU:28.2/m A:10385 R:  0 HW: 199                 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-23 11:37:44] Accepted 079bd82b Diff 34/25 ANU 6 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:37:47] Accepted 0424cc8f Diff 62/25 BXM 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:37:53] Accepted 0319cacb Diff 83/25 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:04] Accepted 04700042 Diff 58/25 ANU 7 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:14] Accepted 05822b1f Diff 46/25 BXM 1 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:33] Accepted 0321818c Diff 82/25 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:34] Accepted d8185714 Diff 303/25 ANU 8 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:39] Accepted 073888e7 Diff 35/25 BXM 1 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:41] Accepted 0838dae7 Diff 31/25 ANU 4 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:51] Accepted 01f3a8a5 Diff 131/25 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:52] Accepted 482b9700 Diff 908/25 BXM 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:38:56] Accepted 017d39c2 Diff 172/25 ANU 5 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:39:03] Accepted 054a6d96 Diff 48/25 ANU 7 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:39:04] Accepted 016dacdc Diff 179/25 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:39:07] Accepted 05dde3fc Diff 44/25 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:39:11] Accepted 07182656 Diff 36/25 ANU 5 pool 0
 [2014-07-23 11:39:12] Accepted 0427d46e Diff 62/25 ANU 6 pool 0

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July 23, 2014, 09:52:04 PM
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New release: Version 4.4.2, 17th July 2014

A stable/bugfix/driver update release for accumulated issues while I was away.


Human readable changelog:

- Rbox now accepts frequencies up to 400


Thanks for this one, I'm now able to test my overvolting. Still disappointing at the moment, I'm only getting 37GH and almost 0 HW errors with a frequency of 320. 340 looks stable too, I'll let it run all night lo g at 336 to check what it says.
When I tried to compile after changing the value in Icarus driver, it was still resetting to 270 if a value over 290 was entered.

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