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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.11.1  (Read 5805296 times)
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February 24, 2015, 04:28:31 PM
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If I want to unplug one of my usb miners and leave the other running, are the correct steps: {U}sb managment-{U}nplug to allow hotplug restart?  Or do I {U}-{D}isable device?

Just unplug it from the USB port.  When you want to run it again just plug it back in.

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February 24, 2015, 07:07:52 PM
Last edit: February 24, 2015, 10:39:40 PM by Mikestang
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Works for me, thanks.

Same hold true for miners connected to my network via ethernet cable, just unplug it if it needs to go off line, then plug it back in and it fires up again?

Under what scenarios would someone use the {U}nplug to allow hotplug restart and/or {E}nable/{D}isable device?
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February 24, 2015, 11:13:12 PM
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Works for me, thanks.

Same hold true for miners connected to my network via ethernet cable, just unplug it if it needs to go off line, then plug it back in and it fires up again?

Under what scenarios would someone use the {U}nplug to allow hotplug restart and/or {E}nable/{D}isable device?
Network devices will have their own cgminer running in them, so basically it's turn them off/on to stop/start them.

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February 25, 2015, 05:06:48 AM
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Im using cgminer with my KNC JUPITIER

is there anyway to temporarily disable mining within the software?

Going to Devices in the settings only lets you disable a core but there are 500 cores each.
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February 25, 2015, 10:39:04 AM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


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February 25, 2015, 11:56:09 PM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


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Just compile it as per the README
Nothing different to compiling on ubuntu ... except it takes about 20minutes from autogen to executable on an RPi

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February 26, 2015, 03:06:18 PM
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Hi

I'm running 2 cointerra miners and as the company cointerra has now filed for chapter 7 (bankruptcy) they will not support the hardware any more.

As of this I want to update the cgminer software on them. Currently running 4.3.5 on them.
I downloaded the source-tarball for 49.1 and want to cross compile it on a ubuntu X64 server and then move the binary over to the beaglebone controlling the boxes.

I have googled alot and can't find a good instruction on how to do this. Also tried to copy the source to the box itself and compile it there but it wouldn't even unpack from the tarball.
I got the error "tar: invalid tar magic"

So, does anyone have a good instruction or information on how to cross compile cgminer for me?

Right now I can get it compiled running on x64 but that's not a working solution for me.
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February 26, 2015, 09:27:10 PM
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Im using cgminer with my KNC JUPITIER

is there anyway to temporarily disable mining within the software?

Going to Devices in the settings only lets you disable a core but there are 500 cores each.
No there isn't.

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February 27, 2015, 11:44:24 AM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


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Just compile it as per the README
Nothing different to compiling on ubuntu ... except it takes about 20minutes from autogen to executable on an RPi

I don't know what "compil" is. i'm not a linux expert... only windows.  Do you know any tutorial for it ?

Thanks.
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February 27, 2015, 05:25:17 PM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


Thanks Smiley
Just compile it as per the README
Nothing different to compiling on ubuntu ... except it takes about 20minutes from autogen to executable on an RPi

I don't know what "compil" is. i'm not a linux expert... only windows.  Do you know any tutorial for it ?

Thanks.

You realize that the RPi uses linux, not windows, right?

For your question, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compiler
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February 27, 2015, 08:46:15 PM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


Thanks Smiley
Just compile it as per the README
Nothing different to compiling on ubuntu ... except it takes about 20minutes from autogen to executable on an RPi

I don't know what "compil" is. i'm not a linux expert... only windows.  Do you know any tutorial for it ?

Thanks.

You realize that the RPi uses linux, not windows, right?

For your question, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compiler


I know that raspberry minepeon use archlinux
i know what compile mean but i don't know ho to compile cgminer to work on raspberry...
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February 28, 2015, 03:20:30 AM
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Is it possible to make Cgminer 4.9.1 runnning on Raspberry Pi ? and how ?


Thanks Smiley
Just compile it as per the README
Nothing different to compiling on ubuntu ... except it takes about 20minutes from autogen to executable on an RPi

I don't know what "compil" is. i'm not a linux expert... only windows.  Do you know any tutorial for it ?

Thanks.

You realize that the RPi uses linux, not windows, right?

For your question, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compiler


I know that raspberry minepeon use archlinux
i know what compile mean but i don't know ho to compile cgminer to work on raspberry...

... that's why is said "as per the README" ... you have seen the README right?

If you need lessons on how to use linux, then that's not gonna be answered here ... try google to learn about computers.

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March 06, 2015, 04:20:50 AM
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how to update cgminer in the raspberry pi, i have compiled script installed but having dated version

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March 07, 2015, 01:11:17 PM
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I'm looking to upgrade my cgminer version on my multiple C1's that I have. I saw the directions for the S3, but that was a patched/compiled file that you just needed to copy over, which I tried anyway and it didn't work on the C1. Is there a way to update or at least temporarily update the cgminer on the Antminer C1 or is this all through Bitmain? I don't think a new firmware is coming, and I like to keep the mining SW up to date. I'd even be willing to "donate" a little bit for a working pre-compiled/patched cgminer file if that can be done? Of course I know everytime I power off the unit I will need to copy the file back onto the system, but it is dooable.

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March 07, 2015, 01:20:37 PM
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I'm looking to upgrade my cgminer version on my multiple C1's that I have. I saw the directions for the S3, but that was a patched/compiled file that you just needed to copy over, which I tried anyway and it didn't work on the C1. Is there a way to update or at least temporarily update the cgminer on the Antminer C1 or is this all through Bitmain? I don't think a new firmware is coming, and I like to keep the mining SW up to date. I'd even be willing to "donate" a little bit for a working pre-compiled/patched cgminer file if that can be done? Of course I know everytime I power off the unit I will need to copy the file back onto the system, but it is dooable.
What is the C1 a variant of? S3? S4? S5?

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March 07, 2015, 01:42:09 PM
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Has anyone here compiled latest cgminer  for the Cointerra boxes?
I really would like to upgrade the software but I have no clue on how to cross compile myself.
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March 07, 2015, 01:47:09 PM
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I'm looking to upgrade my cgminer version on my multiple C1's that I have. I saw the directions for the S3, but that was a patched/compiled file that you just needed to copy over, which I tried anyway and it didn't work on the C1. Is there a way to update or at least temporarily update the cgminer on the Antminer C1 or is this all through Bitmain? I don't think a new firmware is coming, and I like to keep the mining SW up to date. I'd even be willing to "donate" a little bit for a working pre-compiled/patched cgminer file if that can be done? Of course I know everytime I power off the unit I will need to copy the file back onto the system, but it is dooable.
What is the C1 a variant of? S3? S4? S5?

Yea, it was very similar but they water cooled it. It has four hashing PCB's  with 16 BM1382 chips. That's why I tried to use that S3 patched cgminer file but it would work.  Same PCB's as the S3+. Is this something you would need to do, or the manufacturer? Unless there's a floating patched updated C1 cgminer file out there, I haven't found it.

I could even try to compile it myself. I'm pretty good in the shell.



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March 07, 2015, 09:49:03 PM
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What is the C1 a variant of? S3? S4? S5?

Yea, it was very similar but they water cooled it. It has four hashing PCB's  with 16 BM1382 chips. That's why I tried to use that S3 patched cgminer file but it would work.  Same PCB's as the S3+. Is this something you would need to do, or the manufacturer? Unless there's a floating patched updated C1 cgminer file out there, I haven't found it.

I could even try to compile it myself. I'm pretty good in the shell.
That didn't really answer the question but I asked around and it's a scaled down S4 I hear. Try the S4 binary I have.

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March 09, 2015, 06:29:29 PM
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I can't compile the latest git master branch.

Code:
hashtable.c:30:21: fatal error: lookup3.h: No such file or directory
 #include "lookup3.h"

Running
Code:
find ~/src/cgminer -name 'lookup3.h'

returns nothing, but I see the include was added in the latest jansson updates (dd2738163dac0c974ceb8e05f03083d53f3c7e93).

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March 09, 2015, 09:20:54 PM
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I can't compile the latest git master branch.

Code:
hashtable.c:30:21: fatal error: lookup3.h: No such file or directory
 #include "lookup3.h"

Running
Code:
find ~/src/cgminer -name 'lookup3.h'

returns nothing, but I see the include was added in the latest jansson updates (dd2738163dac0c974ceb8e05f03083d53f3c7e93).
Fixed in git, thanks.

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