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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.11.1  (Read 5805347 times)
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January 06, 2018, 12:54:17 AM
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Anyone else notice that folder 4.10 is empty?  Not sure where the current 4.10 arm version is but I can't seem to find it

They're all in the top directory for cgminer but I fixed that now.

which one is for ARM?  the only one i thought might be it is a bit too large? 

edit-... let me rephrase... i'm looking for the binary for arm not source.
There's never been a binary for ARM. Why would you want that? I'm not aware of any ASICs in production today that have an ARM controller and don't come with a binary.

to replace the 4.9 with 4.10 like other folks have done.  EG.. the d3 or l3+
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January 06, 2018, 12:55:37 AM
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Anyone else notice that folder 4.10 is empty?  Not sure where the current 4.10 arm version is but I can't seem to find it

They're all in the top directory for cgminer but I fixed that now.

which one is for ARM?  the only one i thought might be it is a bit too large? 

edit-... let me rephrase... i'm looking for the binary for arm not source.
There's never been a binary for ARM. Why would you want that? I'm not aware of any ASICs in production today that have an ARM controller and don't come with a binary.

to replace the 4.9 with 4.10 like other folks have done.  EG.. the d3 or l3+
As expected, you're in the wrong place. The official cgminer only mines bitcoin on bitcoin ASICs. You need to seek out whoever maintains your fork of cgminer.

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January 07, 2018, 05:22:55 AM
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Total noob question. How does one update Cgminer in an Antminer S5?
IMs appreciated, Im still learning so dont bash me too bad.
The cgminer in an antminer S5 is usually precompiled in firmware provided by bitmain and is based on an old forked version of cgminer. It is not supported by the official cgminer version and would be far from trivial to be supported and build a binary for the embedded controller of the S5. In short you cannot build the latest cgminer for S5. I built a temporary binary for the S5 a while ago which you can copy to the S5 here:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/antminer/s5/
But it does not stay on the device across reboots and is based on 4.9.0 code. If you are not having trouble with your S5 there is little to gain by updating the software anyway, accepting the shortcomings of the forked older version from bitmain. Except in the case of mining on p2pool (which I recommend against with any antminer because of their code problems), most of the issues with their version of cgminer are not showstoppers.

I agree the above is true, I use the ant S5s still and noticed that my HW errors and discards are allot lower using the 4.9.0 binary and set queue 0

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January 08, 2018, 01:03:22 AM
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Hi all,

I wish I could say I read the whole 844 pages of this thread, but I don't have that time or patience. Please forgive me?

I have CG Miner installed on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.9.5 and a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04. The terminal window shows properly on the Mac, but in the Ubuntu terminal window, the approved/rejected notices show, along with the recent activity (5s, 1m, etc), but the HW and WU line doesn't show. Is there a configuration flag I'm missing? Something I did wrong in setup?

Thanks in advance.

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January 08, 2018, 01:34:03 AM
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Hi all,

I wish I could say I read the whole 844 pages of this thread, but I don't have that time or patience. Please forgive me?

I have CG Miner installed on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.9.5 and a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04. The terminal window shows properly on the Mac, but in the Ubuntu terminal window, the approved/rejected notices show, along with the recent activity (5s, 1m, etc), but the HW and WU line doesn't show. Is there a configuration flag I'm missing? Something I did wrong in setup?

Thanks in advance.

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Sounds like you're missing the curses dev library.

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January 08, 2018, 02:35:41 AM
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Hi all,

I wish I could say I read the whole 844 pages of this thread, but I don't have that time or patience. Please forgive me?

I have CG Miner installed on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.9.5 and a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04. The terminal window shows properly on the Mac, but in the Ubuntu terminal window, the approved/rejected notices show, along with the recent activity (5s, 1m, etc), but the HW and WU line doesn't show. Is there a configuration flag I'm missing? Something I did wrong in setup?

Thanks in advance.

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Sounds like you're missing the curses dev library.

Curses! Haha. Thanks. I'll check it out.
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Last edit: January 09, 2018, 06:34:21 PM by TheNerdyType
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-ck,

I installed libncurses5-dev and that didn't help. Then I reran the build command (sudo apt-get install build-essential autoconf automake libtool pkg-config \ libcurl4-openssl-dev libudev-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev \ libncurses5-dev) and was told everything was installed properly, but I still don't get the stats I see in the OSX terminal window. I've also restarted the machine a couple times. Uninstall and rebuild, or is there something simpler I could do?

Thanks!

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https://imgur.com/PTCXPNY
https://imgur.com/aFn3DpL
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January 09, 2018, 08:33:55 PM
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-ck,

I installed libncurses5-dev and that didn't help. Then I reran the build command (sudo apt-get install build-essential autoconf automake libtool pkg-config \ libcurl4-openssl-dev libudev-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev \ libncurses5-dev) and was told everything was installed properly, but I still don't get the stats I see in the OSX terminal window. I've also restarted the machine a couple times. Uninstall and rebuild, or is there something simpler I could do?

Thanks!

EDIT: Images.
https://imgur.com/PTCXPNY
https://imgur.com/aFn3DpL
Rerun the configure and rebuild after installing ncurses5-dev.

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January 10, 2018, 01:43:15 PM
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CK, You're a friggin' genius! I removed cgminer and ncurses, reinstalled ncurses, reconfigured and rebuilt cgminer and ran it. It's working like a champ. Thanks for your assistance.
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January 11, 2018, 03:02:57 PM
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in your own opinion how much is a minimum cost to make profitable mining rig
How about asking this in the correct topic?
This is about a specific software, not about the hardware.

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January 11, 2018, 06:26:41 PM
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Hi;

New at this, but I got as far as securing 2 S9's and plugging them in.  They are hashing for a pool, while I try to figure out how to solo mine with them.

I want to be able to play with a candidate block.  It's academic in a sense - I want to see the mechanics in play, from constructing a custom transaction, to watching a miner take it and attempt to assemble a valid block.

I understand that by joining a pool, we give up that part of the Bitcoin blockchain process.

Are my assumptions wrong?
Is there any hope of mining solo with an S9, (with Core attached) ?



Thanks for any advice.

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January 11, 2018, 07:46:29 PM
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All files available for DOWNLOAD from here:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer

When I go on this site Why it says:

The site ahead contains harmful programs
Attackers on ck.kolivas.org might attempt to trick you into installing programs that harm your browsing experience (for example, by changing your homepage or showing extra ads on sites you visit)
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January 11, 2018, 08:46:08 PM
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All files available for DOWNLOAD from here:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer

When I go on this site Why it says:

The site ahead contains harmful programs
Attackers on ck.kolivas.org might attempt to trick you into installing programs that harm your browsing experience (for example, by changing your homepage or showing extra ads on sites you visit)
False positive and google offer no way to appeal against it.

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January 11, 2018, 08:48:26 PM
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Hi;

New at this, but I got as far as securing 2 S9's and plugging them in.  They are hashing for a pool, while I try to figure out how to solo mine with them.

I want to be able to play with a candidate block.  It's academic in a sense - I want to see the mechanics in play, from constructing a custom transaction, to watching a miner take it and attempt to assemble a valid block.

I understand that by joining a pool, we give up that part of the Bitcoin blockchain process.

Are my assumptions wrong?
Is there any hope of mining solo with an S9, (with Core attached) ?



Thanks for any advice.

Cheers!
The S9 doesn't contain the official cgminer so you're asking for support in the wrong place. Nonetheless the S9 isn't capable of solo mining by itself; you'll need to run pool software such as ckpool or if you want the level of customisation you're talking about you're going to have to write software yourself.

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January 12, 2018, 08:24:01 AM
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hello I'm just new here,  and I want to mine Ultra Note. can some one please teach me how to mine. I have several computers at work and at home and I want to maximize its usage. thanks
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January 12, 2018, 12:14:45 PM
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Hi;

New at this, but I got as far as securing 2 S9's and plugging them in.  They are hashing for a pool, while I try to figure out how to solo mine with them.

I want to be able to play with a candidate block.  It's academic in a sense - I want to see the mechanics in play, from constructing a custom transaction, to watching a miner take it and attempt to assemble a valid block.

I understand that by joining a pool, we give up that part of the Bitcoin blockchain process.

Are my assumptions wrong?
Is there any hope of mining solo with an S9, (with Core attached) ?



Thanks for any advice.

Cheers!
The S9 doesn't contain the official cgminer so you're asking for support in the wrong place. Nonetheless the S9 isn't capable of solo mining by itself; you'll need to run pool software such as ckpool or if you want the level of customisation you're talking about you're going to have to write software yourself.


Thanks for the response. 

Is there more appropriate hardware that you might recommend? 
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January 12, 2018, 09:26:15 PM
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Hi;

New at this, but I got as far as securing 2 S9's and plugging them in.  They are hashing for a pool, while I try to figure out how to solo mine with them.

I want to be able to play with a candidate block.  It's academic in a sense - I want to see the mechanics in play, from constructing a custom transaction, to watching a miner take it and attempt to assemble a valid block.

I understand that by joining a pool, we give up that part of the Bitcoin blockchain process.

Are my assumptions wrong?
Is there any hope of mining solo with an S9, (with Core attached) ?



Thanks for any advice.

Cheers!
The S9 doesn't contain the official cgminer so you're asking for support in the wrong place. Nonetheless the S9 isn't capable of solo mining by itself; you'll need to run pool software such as ckpool or if you want the level of customisation you're talking about you're going to have to write software yourself.


Thanks for the response. 

Is there more appropriate hardware that you might recommend? 
You are asking to do multiple things here. Mining solo is as easy as setting up bitcoind, ckpool and then pointing your S9 at it. However "playing with a candidate block" is seriously high level shit that should only be done by people who understand code and bitcoin at a high level. There is no "better" hardware to use, as the only thing that makes it possible to mine a block is hashrate, and the more hardware you throw at it the more chance you have at finding a block. An S9 is likely to solve a block on average once every 5 YEARS. It is likely the hardware will burn out before you actually achieve anything at all (let alone make a profit.) Hope this helps put it into perspective.

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January 14, 2018, 07:49:04 PM
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Hi
I tried to download cgminer 3.7.2 for windows from sourceforge but chrome alarmed its dangerous and blocked so I tried with firefox this time windows alarmed as threats.
Next time I tried your source: http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer but both firefox and chrome alarmed as "Reported Unwanted Software Page" and "The site ahead contains harmful programs"
Whats wrong?
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January 14, 2018, 08:00:20 PM
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Hi
I tried to download cgminer 3.7.2 for windows from sourceforge but chrome alarmed its dangerous and blocked so I tried with firefox this time windows alarmed as threats.
Next time I tried your source: http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer but both firefox and chrome alarmed as "Reported Unwanted Software Page" and "The site ahead contains harmful programs"
Whats wrong?

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I think its possible to remove alert:
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