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January 13, 2012, 06:55:15 AM
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Looks like you forgot "api-listen" : true in there.

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January 13, 2012, 06:58:38 AM
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Looks like you forgot "api-listen" : true in there.

Thank you sir.  1btc on its way!

edit:  i figured if you had api-network it was assumed you wanted it to listen Smiley

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January 13, 2012, 07:19:43 AM
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woah...  Wasn't excpecting that.  Thanks!!  First donation.  Woo!

I'd gotten so used to the trolling and negativity on this forum that I forgot generous and fair people still exist...  Cheesy

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OK,  so maybe I am missing somthing..  but all the rpc requests I see can either start or stop a gpu, get summary of gpu.  but how do you change the clocks? or change the pool??
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The list of requests and replies are:

 Request       Reply Section  Details
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 version       VERSION        CGMiner=cgminer version
                              API=API version

 summary       SUMMARY        The status summary of the miner
                              e.g. Elapsed=NNN,Found Blocks=N,Getworks=N,...|

 pools         POOLS          The status of each pool
                              e.g. Pool=0,URL=http://pool.com:6311,Status=Alive,...|

 devs          DEVS           Each available CPU and GPU with their details
                              e.g. GPU=0,Accepted=NN,MHS av=NNN,...,Intensity=D|

 gpu|N         GPU            The details of a single GPU number N in the same
                              format and details as for DEVS

 cpu|N         CPU            The details of a single CPU number N in the same
                              format and details as for DEVS

 gpucount      GPUS           Count=N| <- the number of GPUs

 cpucount      CPUS           Count=N| <- the number of CPUs

 gpuenable|N   none           There is no reply section just the STATUS section
                              stating the results of the enable request

 gpudisable|N  none           There is no reply section just the STATUS section
                              stating the results of the disable request

 gpurestart|N  none           There is no reply section just the STATUS section
                              stating the results of the restart request

 quit          none           There is no status section but just a single "BYE|"
                              reply before cgminer quits

I see how to get pool info, but no command to change the pool, or change the fan, or change the clock.? what am i missing?

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January 13, 2012, 07:43:17 AM
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They are yet to be implemented!

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January 13, 2012, 07:49:11 AM
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Well, that explains why I couldn't figure it out Smiley

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January 13, 2012, 10:29:10 AM
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Well, that explains why I couldn't figure it out Smiley

Ignoring the fact that I still haven't even got around to my pool/cgminer changes that I want to do ... Smiley
At the moment the issue of CPU code and the Luke-jr changes mean I wont be touching any code until those are decided
(except helping ckolivas remove the CPU code from api.c if/when he does the CPU code removal)
there's also a minor bug in the example code: api-example.c that messes up the JSON (works fine otherwise of course)
The +1 in the send() needs removing - that I'll fix later also.

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January 13, 2012, 01:34:22 PM
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Please do not allow Luke-Jr to become associated with CGMiner in any way. Frankly, he is nothing more than a stain on the community as a whole and if his past actions are any indication, you would be opening the door for him to create more havoc in the project than it is worth.

He has indicated that reverse engineering is lawful and an acceptable method of moving forward, so please take this into consideration when reviewing his patches and do everything you possibly can to MAKE THEM YOUR OWN so that his reputation doesn't leave any marks on this great project.

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January 13, 2012, 01:44:01 PM
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Let luke roam free, heathens.
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January 13, 2012, 01:48:16 PM
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Please do not allow Luke-Jr to become associated with CGMiner in any way. Frankly, he is nothing more than a stain on the community as a whole and if his past actions are any indication, you would be opening the door for him to create more havoc in the project than it is worth.

He has indicated that reverse engineering is lawful and an acceptable method of moving forward, so please take this into consideration when reviewing his patches and do everything you possibly can to MAKE THEM YOUR OWN so that his reputation doesn't leave any marks on this great project.

Your avatar SUX, but hey I guess freedom of speech, right Wink?

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January 13, 2012, 01:49:02 PM
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He has indicated that reverse engineering is lawful and an acceptable method of moving forward, so please take this into consideration when reviewing his patches and do everything you possibly can to MAKE THEM YOUR OWN so that his reputation doesn't leave any marks on this great project.

Reverse engineering is lawful.  Granted that right has been severly (and IMHO wrongly) degraded by provisions in DMCA but there is nothing wrong with reverse engineering.

Often when products or protocols are abandoned the ONLY way forward to new sustainable code is via reverse engineering.  Linux simply wouldn't exist without reverse engineering.  Before companies began to support it most drivers were created from reverse engineering.

I left the person of your attack out of the quote and response because it is off-topic but I felt I couldn't leave this perception unchallenged.


Also in a GPL project there is no such thing as MAKE THEM YOUR OWN.  If you want your own fork that makes fart sounds everytime a block is found you can pull it right now.  The license gives you the right and that right can never be taken away.
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January 13, 2012, 01:53:51 PM
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He has indicated that reverse engineering is lawful and an acceptable method of moving forward, so please take this into consideration when reviewing his patches and do everything you possibly can to MAKE THEM YOUR OWN so that his reputation doesn't leave any marks on this great project.

Reverse engineering is lawful.  Granted that right has been severly (and IMHO wrongly) degraded by provisions in DMCA but there is nothing wrong with reverse engineering.

Often when products or protocols are abandoned the ONLY way forward to new sustainable code is via reverse engineering.  Linux simply wouldn't exist without reverse engineering.  Before companies began to support it most drivers were created from reverse engineering.

I left the person of your attack out of the quote and response because it is off-topic but I felt I couldn't leave this perception unchallenged.


Also in a GPL project there is no such thing as MAKE THEM YOUR OWN.  If you want your own fork that makes fart sounds everytime a block is found you can pull it right now.  The license gives you the right and that right can never be taken away.

I should have clarified a bit.....so thank you for reminding me to post again.

YES, let him fork his own project and call it DOOSH-JR-MINER, but PLEASE do not allow any of his contributions to make into the master repository.

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January 13, 2012, 02:04:33 PM
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YES, let him fork his own project and call it DOOSH-JR-MINER, but PLEASE do not allow any of his contributions to make into the master repository.

Why.  I haven't tested them yet but the code looks useful.  The 0.4% improvement code is a rather mundane bug fix.  Should we intentionally keep a bug in cgminer because we don't like the author?  Does that make the community better somehow?
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January 13, 2012, 02:23:13 PM
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Although most of us do not agree with many of Luke's positions and actions, it is obvious from inspecting his code that he is a capable coder. If you wish to boycott anything that he has touched, then you can stop using Bitcoin - he has committed several fixes/improvements etc to it.

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January 13, 2012, 02:50:42 PM
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Well actually it's up to ckolivas Smiley

Though I will say that Luke didn't bother to do the api.c changes in his FPGA pull ... that's slack.

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January 13, 2012, 03:33:27 PM
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I judge all code by the code's merit. If it's GPL compliant and good code, then even if it's from an axe murderer, I'll take it. I have thought about this long and hard in the past. Read Rusty's take on it:

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January 13, 2012, 03:34:17 PM
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people should be wary then, and other developers should double check his work in bitcoin if they already havent.
You cant have people with very suspect morals, writing code that deals with money. Anywhere else dealing with anything like bitcoin, he would have had to go through a background check and send his fingerprints to the fed. Most likely he would have failed said background check during the psychological profile.

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people should be wary then, and other developers should double check his work in bitcoin if they already havent.
You cant have people with very suspect morals, writing code that deals with money. Anywhere else dealing with anything like bitcoin, he would have had to go through a background check and send his fingerprints to the fed. Most likely he would have failed said background check during the psychological profile.

dude what
If the code is verified and read through by other competent devleopers, it doesn't matter who wrote it initially. For all we know Satoshi himself could be some evil guy, but because the code is open source, it was verified many times over by other developers to be safe and working.

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January 13, 2012, 03:38:02 PM
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I judge all code by the code's merit. If it's GPL compliant and good code, then even if it's from an axe murderer, I'll take it. I have thought about this long and hard in the past. Read Rusty's take on it:

http://rusty.ozlabs.org/?p=196


Thanks for the link.

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January 13, 2012, 03:38:40 PM
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You're assuming that people with questionable morals/ethics are obvious based on their behavior on message boards.

An aside:  this reminds me of the business with the Reiser file system in Linux, written by the convicted murderer Hans Reiser
Good stuff but not universally adopted partly due to the "ick factor" with the man himself.

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