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September 06, 2013, 08:13:53 AM
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After a few hours, those last 12 seconds becomes less and less relevant, and your average should begin to settle on 355 Mh/s.
I'm CGminer user but I came hire to look at BFGminer Blade interface... Unfortunately it is not win option(I hope it will be soon) but this is interesting... Is this error or is USB ASICminer really doing 355GH with your software? I thought 336 is theoretical max...
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September 06, 2013, 09:03:36 AM
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Any idea if/when you'll be adding the getwork server to the Windows binaries?
The main problem here lies with libmicrohttpd

Is this the same issue with the OpenWRT version?  I just picked up a little TP-Link pocket router to run my Block Erupters, but it'd be nice if it'd run the Blades as well.

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September 06, 2013, 11:48:06 AM
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Hi Luke!!!!

Could i mine SHA and scrypt AT SAME TIME?
SHA with Block Erupters and FPGA´s; Scrypt With GPU.
If possible?
What should do?

Thanks!!!

Run multiple instances....
How could i do that?

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September 06, 2013, 11:56:00 AM
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Hi Luke!!!!

Could i mine SHA and scrypt AT SAME TIME?
SHA with Block Erupters and FPGA´s; Scrypt With GPU.
If possible?
What should do?

Thanks!!!

Run multiple instances....
How could i do that?


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September 06, 2013, 12:01:26 PM
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After a few hours, those last 12 seconds becomes less and less relevant, and your average should begin to settle on 355 Mh/s.
Is this error or is USB ASICminer really doing 355GH with your software? I thought 336 is theoretical max...
It's really doing 335 Mh/s for me at least (5½ day average):
Code:
 BES 0:       | 336.0/335.7/335.7Mh/s | A: 37464 R: 72+0(.19%) HW:202/.54%
 BES 1:       | 336.0/335.7/336.5Mh/s | A: 37564 R: 66+0(.18%) HW:191/.51%
 BEE 0:       | 327.5/335.8/333.1Mh/s | A: 37177 R: 60+0(.16%) HW:153/.41%
 BES 2:       | 336.0/335.7/330.5Mh/s | A: 36887 R: 71+0(.19%) HW:202/.54%

Any idea if/when you'll be adding the getwork server to the Windows binaries?
The main problem here lies with libmicrohttpd
Is this the same issue with the OpenWRT version?  I just picked up a little TP-Link pocket router to run my Block Erupters, but it'd be nice if it'd run the Blades as well.
No, OpenWrt has a native port of libmicrohttpd already, so it should be possible.
The problem there is that it's all or nothing: if I build with libmicrohttpd support, it won't be usable without it, and may increase the flash requirements.
I haven't taken the time to measure just how much yet... Maybe I can offer multiple alternative BFGMiner packages to get around this.

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September 06, 2013, 12:05:43 PM
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Sorry guys, I shouldn't moderate at 5am, I meant to split off a single offtopic post and clicked the wrong button. There is no way to merge a thread.

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September 06, 2013, 12:07:42 PM
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Any idea if/when you'll be adding the getwork server to the Windows binaries?
The main problem here lies with libmicrohttpd
Is this the same issue with the OpenWRT version?  I just picked up a little TP-Link pocket router to run my Block Erupters, but it'd be nice if it'd run the Blades as well.[/quote]No, OpenWrt has a native port of libmicrohttpd already, so it should be possible.
The problem there is that it's all or nothing: if I build with libmicrohttpd support, it won't be usable without it, and may increase the flash requirements.
I haven't taken the time to measure just how much yet... Maybe I can offer multiple alternative BFGMiner packages to get around this.
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I would be very keen to use this if you did.  I'm planning on using the TL-WR703N, which I think has 4MB flash and 32MB RAM.  

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September 06, 2013, 12:17:56 PM
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Let's try to post replies back to the main thread.

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