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September 13, 2013, 04:21:49 PM
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Greetings!

HashBuster team glad to announce HashBuster ASIC miners available for immediate order and delivery.

HashBuster Alpha miner based on 72 avalon2 chips.

  • 75+ Ghash/s standard speed.
  • Master modules cam run without PC connection.
  • Slave module can be connected directly to any PC or master module via USB cable.
  • Adjustable digital VRM for easy OC.
  • Built in thermal sensor.
  • Overheating protection.
  • Thermally enhanced PCB.
  • 2 FAN connectors.
  • Power bad LED indicator.
  • RGB LED status indicator.
  • Comes with heatsink installed.

Master module:
  • ARM CPU Module.
  • 100Mb/s Ethernet connectivity.
  • Fully Featured Debian Linux.
  • 2 USB Host Connectors for slave modules connection or any usb devices like wifi dongle or usb pendrive.
  • Up to 7 slave modules can be controlled by master module via USB hub.


Slave module:
  • Can be connected directly to any PC or master module via USB cable.


Package includes:
  • Assembled miner PCB with heatsink installed

Please note that miner comes with no fan, PSU and casing.

Software:
Master devices does need any additional software to run. Miner settings can be edited by connecting to the device by SSH or web interface.
Slave modules requires modified cgminer to run.

Product usage notes:
Alpha miner requires ATX PSU with 2 6pin power connectors.
If you are using standalone ATX PSU please make sure that some base load is applied to 5V line. It can be done by connecting an old CD/HDD to molex connector.
Failure to provide base load on 5V line may lead to high voltage spikes that can break miner and wont be covered by the warranty.
Miner must be cooled with a fan. Failure to provide adequate cooling may lead to miner damage.
5% mining speed variance is allowed. But mostly speed is a little higher than 75gh.

Code:
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 [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 HBA 0: 2425MHz 99% 0C | 76.59G/76.28Gh/s | A:138304 R:640 HW:1888 WU:1051.1/m
 HBA 1: 2425MHz 99% 0C | 77.28G/76.73Gh/s | A:148352 R:384 HW:1702 WU:1058.8/m
 HBA 2: 2425MHz 99% 0C | 79.57G/77.23Gh/s | A:144768 R: 64 HW:2671 WU:1058.3/m
 HBA 3: 2425MHz 99% 0C | 72.86G/76.82Gh/s | A:135552 R:512 HW:1917 WU:1058.4/m
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Delivery:
  • We ship international orders on Monday and Friday. Domestic shipments within Ukraine are processed within 2 business days after the order
  • DHL worldwide delivery 0.15btc
  • Ukraine delivery free of charge

Price:
1 pcs   1.25BTC
2+ pcs 1.15BTC
5+ pcs 1.00BTC

For master module please add 0.12btc.

More details via PM or email: contact@hashbuster.com

To order: contact@hashbuster.com





Obsolete products:
HashBuster Micro miner based on 9 bitfury chips.

  • 75+ Ghash/s standard speed.
  • Master modules cam run without PC connection.
  • Slave module can be connected directly to any PC or master module via USB cable.
  • Adjustable digital VRM for easy OC.
  • Built in thermal sensor.
  • Overheating protection.
  • Thermally enhanced PCB.
  • 2 FAN connectors.
  • Power bad LED indicator.
  • RGB LED status indicator.
  • Comes with heatsink.



Package includes:
  • Assembled miner PCB
  • Power connector
  • USB cable

Please note that miner comes with no fan, heatsink and casing.

Software:
Devices are officially supported by the latest bfgminer. Many thanks to Luke Dashjr!
To compile and run:
Code:
git clone https://github.com/luke-jr/bfgminer
cd bfgminer
./autogen.sh
./configure --enable-hashbusterusb
make
./bfgminer -o mining.eligius.st:3334 -O x

Product usage notes:
Micro miner requires 12V 4A+ PSU. AC/DC adapter with 5.5x2.5mm connector or ATX PSU can be used for powering the device.
If you are using standalone ATX PSU please make sure that some base load is applied to 5V line. It can be done by connecting an old CD/HDD to molex connector.
Failure to provide base load on 5V line may lead to high voltage spikes that can break miner and wont be covered by the warranty.
We recommend to install heatsink on the back side of the board. Using the fan is a mandatory.

Overclocking and voltage control:
Micro miner has digital VRM for convenient overclocking and voltage control. By default it use 0.87V and can be adjusted within 0.6-0.87 range.
To access voltage range up to 1.1V unique unlock code must be applied. Please note that using the unlock code voids device warranty.

Delivery:
  • We ship international orders on Monday and Friday. Domestic shipments within Ukraine are processed within 2 business days after the order
  • EMS worldwide delivery 0.06BTC for up to 3pcs. DHL worldwide delivery 0.12 for up to 3pcs. Over 3pcs additional shipping fee will be applied
  • Ukraine delivery free of charge

Price:
Out of Stock
1+ pcs   1.0BTC
10+ pcs 0.9BTC
20+ pcs 0.8BTC

PCBs without soldered ASIC chip: 0.15BTC (accessories are not included)

More details via PM or email: contact@hashbuster.com

To order: contact@hashbuster.com









HashBuster Nano miner based on one bitfury chip.
  • 2.5+ Ghash/s speed. In most situations (no overheating and good power supply) it produce 2.5-2.9 Ghash/s.
  • No control unit required (like raspberry pi). Can be connected directly to any PC via USB cable.
  • Bootloader based firmware for easy update.
  • Adjustable voltage regulator for easy OC.
  • Optional thermal sensor.
  • FAN connector.
  • Adjustable fan speed via cgminer or automatic adjustment if thermal sensor is installed.
  • Wide range of operating voltage (5v to 15v). Optimal is 12v.
  • Power bad LED indicator.
  • RGB LED status indicator.
  • Optional cascading.
  • Mounting holes for easy stacking.
  • Enforced USB outlet.

Software:
Devices are officially supported by bfgminer. Many thanks to Luke Dashjr!

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September 14, 2013, 11:43:05 AM
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looks like a nice product, but i guess a review would do your product well (also in tems of sales).

I'ld be glad to review a free demo unit for you and if it's actually good, i can write up a seperate article for cryptocoinsnews aswell (ive had several of my articles published there).

Just PM me should you be interested Smiley

Keep in mind : you are a junior member here, Your domain info isn't reassuring to most people either :

Updated Date: 07-sep-2013
Creation Date: 23-jun-2011
Expiration Date: 23-jun-2014

and it's also whoisprotected, so we can't look up any of the information of the company that way.

Your site www.hashbuster.com also redirects to this bitcointalk thread aswell.

So if you are really claiming to be legit, get me a free demo unit & i'll review it to give you credibility.

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We can provide you a good rebate for a review after it will be written but we do not send free devices upfront.
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September 14, 2013, 03:45:52 PM
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We can provide you a good rebate for a review after it will be written but we do not send free devices upfront.

Understandably, i'll wait to see if anyone from this forum orders & receives their product then to do an in-depth review at a later time Smiley
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Keep in mind : you are a junior member here, Your domain info isn't reassuring to most people either :

Updated Date: 07-sep-2013
Creation Date: 23-jun-2011
Expiration Date: 23-jun-2014

and it's also whoisprotected, so we can't look up any of the information of the company that way.

Your site www.hashbuster.com also redirects to this bitcointalk thread as well.

I will have to agree with the above statements, the website redirect is not assuring at all. Perhaps you could provide more information about the company?

Also, I may be interested, but the payment would have to be escrowed & since there's questionable credibility on your side, I wouldn't be willing to pay for the escrow.

Though, very interesting product, I hope it's legit. As for the product itself, you stated doesn't need a control unit, however it's not being connected to a network from the card itself, so I imagine that you would need a computer (laptop, pc, or raspberry pi) it looks like you would still need a device to control it, correct?


Edit: A little bit of googling brought me to:
https://gust.com/c/seolvit

Which then brought me to:
http://seolvit.wix.com/hexa

Neither of which is very convincing unfortunately.

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September 16, 2013, 01:20:46 AM
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We understand your concerns regarding our credibility as we are new on the miners market. Reputable escrow is accepted also we have already shipped some devices and reviews will be published soon that will bring more confidence in our product.
Regarding the mentioned websites we have no relation to it. Probably some of our resellers created it. Official website is: hashbuster.com that will be updated soon with more technical info, miner sources and firmwares.
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September 16, 2013, 05:34:56 PM
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Hy,

Very expensive for 2,5-2,9GH

The power dont comes over USB and it need 3-5 W...

The new Bitfury Miner NanoFury NF1 has a better price... 0.4 BTC. The only thing is, they dont shipping now...

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Hi,

2.5gh/s for 1.5 btc? ahaha  Grin Where are you coming with these prices? It is so expensive that with current difficulty it will never pay itself back.

0.4btc/piece is somewhat reasonable.
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Hi,

2.5gh/s for 1.5 btc? ahaha  Grin Where are you coming with these prices? It is so expensive that with current difficulty it will never pay itself back.

0.4btc/piece is somewhat reasonable.

I'd bu y at this price Smiley
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interested ! Few questions:

1) Does it run smooth with BFGminer and/or CGminer?

1b) Do you have screenshots of the hashingpower/preformance on BFG/CGminer? please post them. Thanks.

2) Does it come with installationinstruction/manual?

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No Overheating but requires a huge fan?
yet there are no heat sinks for the fan to actually cool...

What function does this fan server?
The pictured setup these fans arent really doing much...
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bump! I would like to see some pictures as well

interested ! Few questions:

1) Does it run smooth with BFGminer and/or CGminer?

1b) Do you have screenshots of the hashingpower/preformance on BFG/CGminer? please post them. Thanks.

2) Does it come with installationinstruction/manual?
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any news about it or is it a scam? does anybody bought it and received it!
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This is NO scam. I ordered 3 pieces, decent communication, payment went well, package shipped last friday with DHL trackingnumber. Everything fine so far, expect to receive package around tuesday/wednesday.

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This is NO scam. I ordered 3 pieces, decent communication, payment went well, package shipped last friday with DHL trackingnumber. Everything fine so far, expect to receive package around tuesday/wednesday.
Can you make some pictures of this. I am also interested, but 1.4 BTC for 2.6 GH/s as a thinl to thing about Sad

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This is NO scam. I ordered 3 pieces, decent communication, payment went well, package shipped last friday with DHL trackingnumber. Everything fine so far, expect to receive package around tuesday/wednesday.
Can you make some pictures of this. I am also interested, but 1.4 BTC for 2.6 GH/s as a thinl to thing about Sad

I will post pictures as soon as they arrive. Few days later I will post a full review.

Screen of DHL tracking:

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Buying 8 ASICMiner Block Erupters would have the same ROI as this. 8 block erupters at 21 dollars each would cost about $168 off of amazon. Which is a little less than 1.4 BTC in USD. That being said 8 Block Erupters even only mining at 330 MH/s would = 2.64 GH/s. Now, block erupters mine faster than this in my experience. I see about 333-334 out of mine. So we'll say 333.5 * 8 and that = 2.668 GH/s.
So, in summary, you're better to just buy some block erupters off of amazon than fumble around with these people you don't know selling something with a little worse ROI.

Just my 2 cents from the mathematical side of things.
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whats not clear is how to mine it? does it get recognized as icarus and hence is supported by cgminer? so many open questions while an erupter costs 0.17 btc....
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Buying 8 ASICMiner Block Erupters would have the same ROI as this. 8 block erupters at 21 dollars each would cost about $168 off of amazon. Which is a little less than 1.4 BTC in USD. That being said 8 Block Erupters even only mining at 330 MH/s would = 2.64 GH/s. Now, block erupters mine faster than this in my experience. I see about 333-334 out of mine. So we'll say 333.5 * 8 and that = 2.668 GH/s.
So, in summary, you're better to just buy some block erupters off of amazon than fumble around with these people you don't know selling something with a little worse ROI.

Just my 2 cents from the mathematical side of things.

One question for you sire,
Are u plugging your block erupters in to some thin air our are you stealing the usb hubs?
And this hash buster has way better watts/mhash ratio and way higher than the usb erupter's . 16 watts for 2,7ghash or 5 watts for 2.65.
just my 2 satoshi's
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September 23, 2013, 10:41:25 AM
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and how you will plugin your hasbuster? with which software you will mine?
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If you guys did some research on youtube you see a video where it shows cgminer.
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If you guys did some research on youtube you see a video where it shows cgminer.
Can you point some links? YT search give just butterfly videos and this No video results for “HashBuster ASIC” Huh

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http://youtu.be/qHB8L8g2I4A

http://youtu.be/j9epFqQF3kU

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Yes. The HashBusters have arrived  Grin This evening I will start connecting and testing them. Friday I will post a full review.


(you can't see the Molexconnectors in this picture but they were in the box)

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Yes. The HashBusters have arrived  Grin This evening I will start connecting and testing them. Friday I will post a full review.


Looking forward to it
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Way too expensive, did you check difficulty lately?

Here is the better deal: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=301218.0
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Any setup guide for this?
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Here are some pictures of the 3 Hashbusters running in a Virtualbox machine on Ubuntu. The miners need a modified CGMiner. Pictures are a litte dark because all things are in the basement Cool I will post a full review friday or saturday. The hashbusters are realy awesome ! I think a need more of them Grin





more pictures (30): https://picasaweb.google.com/Petje72/Hashbuster?authuser=0&feat=directlink

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What is the modification of CGminer?

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What is the modification of CGminer?

I don't know the technical details. The latest offical version of cgminer does not recognize the Hashbusterboard (yet). Here is a link and some info I got from hashbuster.com. Full details and setup instructions I will post in my review soon.

Code:
Miner archive is located here:
https://mega.co.nz/#!GNdnlYIB!LFDZG0mZlNILXhlhJNNMhFYyTr40GSBlFkM6igZ-gGA

To compile you need to:
1. install electric-fence package: sudo apt-get install electric-fence
2. install hidapi library:
clone git from: https://github.com/signal11/hidapi
run ./bootstrap then ./configure, make, make install

After that you may compile miner source:
./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury
make

and after that you can run cgminer.

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Here are some pictures of the 3 Hashbusters running in a Virtualbox machine on Ubuntu. The miners need a modified CGMiner. Pictures are a litte dark because all things are in the basement Cool I will post a full review friday or saturday. The hashbusters are realy awesome ! I think a need more of them Grin





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Pretty good. Do you have any guidance for setup on Windows?
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Pretty good. Do you have any guidance for setup on Windows?

I haven't tested it on Windows but you can install (Oracle) Virtualbox for Windows and then run the virtual (linux) machine with the modified CGminer. Link to the Virtual Image will be in my review.

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Pretty good. Do you have any guidance for setup on Windows?

I haven't tested it on Windows but you can install (Oracle) Virtualbox for Windows and then run the virtual (linux) machine with the modified CGminer. Link to the Virtual Image will be in my review.

Thanks, really expecting.
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Here is my review on the HashBuster Nano (ASIC Miner). You can download the PDF (which has pictures also):

h t t ps://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9RTOIH7TbqGOE8ydzRVZHlPQ0U
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9RTOIH7TbqGLXdoY0tEei1CZ2c << Updated 14:06 CET+1, corrected some type-o-s

Here is the text-version. I didn't include all photo's because of the trouble with sharing and resizing.
There are 30 photos avaiable here

HashBuster Nano ASIC miner review by WTTBS

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293668.0

This is a story/review of me buying 3 pieces HashBuster Nano (ASIC miner). My name is WTTBS (nickname on bitcointalk.org), I live in the Netherlands and I have been working and playing with computers and IT-stuff for over 25 years. Much experience with Windows and OS X, started with Linux in 2013. Now a days I only use OS X and Linux (learning more and more about Linux every day).

Order and shipping

September 17 2013 I contacted hashbuster.com to order 3 pieces. September 18 I got an answer (including this line: Sorry for late reply. We are a little overloaded with requests). Late reply? Within 1(/2) day, I think that is fast. September 18 I paid the BTC to their BTC-Address, I didn’t use escrow.  September 19 a confirmation payment has been received. September 20 (Friday) I received a message the package has been shipped with DHL tracking number. Tuesday September 24 I received the package from DHL. Everything was packed very well.
  
The order and shippingprocess went very well and great communication with the seller: 10 out of 10.

Installation

The PCB with Bitfury chip is build very good, as far as I can determine. You can easily built the fans with the screws and bolts on the PCB.

With a little creativity you can built two PCB’s on 1 fan (depending on what size fans are delivered).
Now you can connect the fan to the PCB.
 
The PCB needs 12 Volt power. You can use the molexconnector (that comes with the complete package). The yellow cable is + (12V), connect it to the right on the green block (facing front), there is a + sign on the PCB. The other two are Ground, use the back cables. You have to connect at least one black (Ground) cable, two is also possible: maybe better (looking) you don’t have loose cables.

Now you can connect power to the molex, I use my standard powersupply (B-quiet 300W) connector from my Linux (Ubuntu) Server. When something is not right with the power the “Power Bad Led” will light up, everything went well in my case so the Status Led lit up bright white. Connect the USB cables and everything is hooked up to your system.
  
Software

The Hashbuster is a very new product, unfortunately it is not yet default supported/recognized by CGminer of BFGminer. The makers have built a customized version of CGminer you can use on Linux. For the (pro)Linux users you can download and compile it on your Linux system:

Miner archive is located here:
https://mega.co.nz/#!GNdnlYIB!LFDZG0mZlNILXhlhJNNMhFYyTr40GSBlFkM6igZ-gGA << copy & paste (hyperlink cuts off link at #)
Code:
To compile you need to:
1. install electric-fence package: sudo apt-get install electric-fence
2. install hidapi library:
clone git from: https://github.com/signal11/hidapi
run ./bootstrap then ./configure, make, make install

After that you may compile miner source:
./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury
make

and after that you can run cgminer.

If you have any problems or questions regarding this modified CGminer please contact: contact@hashbuster.com
 
The makers also provide a preinstalled with working CGMiner Virtual (Linux) Machine which you can run with Virtualbox. Virtualbox is available for Windows, OS X, Linux and Solaris.

Download and install Virtualbox:
https://www.virtualbox.org/
https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

I also needed to install: VirtualBox 4.2.18 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack , to support USB.

Here you can download the Hashbuster Virtualbox Machine:
http://hashbuster.com/HashBuster.ova
or
https://mega.co.nz/#!qIchwRoZ!Ub9IdDNmqK9M8WLwJN4pNntQokcxnob2Z44DU129gZ0 << copy & paste (hyperlink cuts off link at #)

I installed the above on Ubuntu 13.04 and it works great.
 
A note from the makers (September 24 2013): Regarding the software. Hashbuster nano currently works with modified version of cgminer on linux only. We are working to release cross platform version soon.

Conclusion:


I am very satisfied with the Hashbuster (Nano) ASIC miner. It’s not direct plug-and-play yet but if you have some knowledge and experience with computers and operating system/software you can get it running pretty easy. The makers are very supportive, dispite they are very busy you always get replies on your messages and questions within 1 (max 2) day(s).

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September 26, 2013, 11:16:03 AM
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Ohhh Great review, thanks!
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Hopefully cgminer/minepeon will be compatible with the hashbusters quick, and a small pricedrop and I'll be ordering some boards.

@wttb thanks for the nice creview

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I downloaded the source code you posted cgminer, and in accordance with the instructions compiled it.
I encountered such a problem that occurs, when I run the compiled cgminer, it gives the following error:
Electric Fence 2.1 Copyright (C) 1987-1998 Bruce Perens
ElectricFence Aborting: Allocating 0 bytes, probably a bug.


I got a similar error, compiling miner on 32 and 64 bit ubuntu. I tried to use versions ElectricFence 2.1.19 (as in your virtual machine) and 2.2
When I run in my 32 bit Ubuntu cgminer copied from  virtual machine, it works.
But I have to run cgminer on 64 bit (Intel) Ubuntu. Copied from the virtual machine does not want to, swears by 64bit libraries.

Can you help me resolve an Electric Fence? or maybe you could put the pre-compiled version of cgminer a 64 bit OS (intel). I would appreciate it.

I have a virtual machine does not want to connect more than one usb miner. (

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Where can I find updates cgminer or plan to support the developers of these disorders or bfgminr cgminer?

Where can I find the description of the color LED status - for example interested in the appearance of yellow color.

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90% use windows and impossible to use with it !

dont buy this.

seller on ebay obtain a negative feedback quickly for sure

how to lost time and money
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90% use windows and impossible to use with it !

dont buy this.

seller on ebay obtain a negative feedback quickly for sure

how to lost time and money

The Hashbuster runs fine with the Virtualbox image on Windows 7

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The Hashbuster runs fine with the Virtualbox image on Windows 7

works fine, just had to put together your fork to get rid of the error segfault, as well as in the code driver-birfury.c one error about which he wrote needbmw. is currently working steadily.

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slightly modified version of cgminer with automatic clockbit selection: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mwdfp9lv9ey1umh/cgminer_hid-autoclock.tgz
PS I run cgminer under FreeBSD, so if you have problems with building it under Linux look sources (link posted by wttbs) and revese some def/undef...
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I have the error when start cgminer_hid from last post:

error while loading shared libraries: libhidapi-hidraw.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

library libhidapi-hidraw.so.0 is present in /usr/local/lib/
when i build from sources i recieve error:
 Electric Fence bug

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slightly modified version of cgminer with automatic clockbit selection: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mwdfp9lv9ey1umh/cgminer_hid-autoclock.tgz
PS I run cgminer under FreeBSD, so if you have problems with building it under Linux look sources (link posted by wttbs) and revese some def/undef...

version cgminer 3.5.0 (based on you changes) https://www.dropbox.com/s/1dn02frgz9sj2no/cgminer_hid_hades.tar.bz2

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version cgminer 3.5.0 (based on you changes) https://www.dropbox.com/s/1dn02frgz9sj2no/cgminer_hid_hades.tar.bz2
Thanks! It works under FreeBSD with  minimal include/lib adaptation. But instead of normal shutdown it crashes... Something strange in bitfury_shutdown()... But who want to stop miner ? Wink

Do you have any changes in hashrate  ?
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version cgminer 3.5.0 (based on you changes) https://www.dropbox.com/s/1dn02frgz9sj2no/cgminer_hid_hades.tar.bz2
Thanks! It works under FreeBSD with  minimal include/lib adaptation. But instead of normal shutdown it crashes... Something strange in bitfury_shutdown()... But who want to stop miner ? Wink

Do you have any changes in hashrate  ?

I made one change which was due to segfault (can you download the previous version?)

line 1302
Code:
                                /* //SEGFAULT
                                 tailsprintf (strbuf, "%lld@%d ",
                                               cgpu->
                                               hashrate_by_clockbits[cgpu->
                                                                     chip]
                                               [clockdiff],
                                               cgpu->clockbits_nominal[cgpu->
                                                                       chip] +
                                               clockdiff +
                                               CLOCKBIT_SWIPE_MIN);
                                */
                                }


your version of the driver-bitfury.c achieved an increase in the rate of +1 Ghash, but there are two problem:
- Sometimes when determining the device is not all (you have to restart cgminer);
- Falling speed <1Ghash reset_chip function does not work as it is turned off (if (0 && total_secs> 60 && cgpu-> rolling <1000), and thus the algorithm does not take any action on the chip output from this mode.

p.s./ Вы случайно русский не знаете? (Do you speak Russian?)

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Price drop.
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New version https://www.dropbox.com/s/1pc58s0b7jqxjdn/v0.6_update_to_3.5.1.tar.bz2

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I made one change which was due to segfault (can you download the previous version?)

tailsprintf(buf, "format ...") should be changed to tailsprintf(buf, BUFSIZE, "format ...")


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your version of the driver-bitfury.c achieved an increase in the rate of +1 Ghash
+1Gh/s per single chip ?? way!

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- Sometimes when determining the device is not all (you have to restart cgminer);
Detection time  (BITFURY_DETECT_TRIES) was reduced. It may be too low now... Now i think that it should be at least 4.2/Mhash_rate.

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- Falling speed <1Ghash reset_chip function does not work as it is turned off (if (0 && total_secs> 60 && cgpu-> rolling <1000), and thus the algorithm does not take any action on the chip output from this mode.
Ohh... My fault. I deactivated it during debug.

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your version of the driver-bitfury.c achieved an increase in the rate of +1 Ghash
+1Gh/s per single chip ?? way!

is a speedup in 1Ghash / s to 5 devices hashbuster nano



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New version https://www.dropbox.com/s/d91e7e64r5zfujt/v0.7_fix_resetchip_chipdetect.tar.bz2

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I downloaded the new version, when I run ./configure I get this error:

checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... no
configure: error: Could not find pthread library - please install libpthread

library is installed:

sudo apt-get install libpthread-stubs0
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
libpthread-stubs0 is already the newest version.

can you please help me. I just started with Linux so I am not an expert  Grin I run Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit

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checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... no
configure: error: Could not find pthread library - please install libpthread

can you please help me. I just started with Linux so I am not an expert  Grin I run Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit

Check presence of hidapi (hidapi-hidraw)  library.
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checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... no
configure: error: Could not find pthread library - please install libpthread

can you please help me. I just started with Linux so I am not an expert  Grin I run Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit

Check presence of hidapi (hidapi-hidraw)  library.

cloned hidapi with git but didn't compile it  Grin ./configure and make etc succesful, hidapi installed

Now I did run a configure for the cgminer-dir

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

Code:
------------------------------------------------------------------------
cgminer 3.5.1
------------------------------------------------------------------------


Configuration Options Summary:

  libcurl(GBT+getwork).: Enabled: -lcurl 
  curses.TUI...........: FOUND: -lncurses
  OpenCL...............: Detection overrided. GPU mining support DISABLED
  scrypt...............: Disabled (needs OpenCL)
  ADL..................: Detection overrided. GPU monitoring support DISABLED

  Avalon.ASICs.........: Disabled
  BFL.ASICs............: Disabled
  BitForce.FPGAs.......: Disabled
  BitFury.ASICs........: Enabled
  Icarus.FPGAs.........: Disabled
  Klondike.ASICs.......: Disabled
  ModMiner.FPGAs.......: Disabled

Compilation............: make (or gmake)
  CPPFLAGS.............:
  CFLAGS...............: -g -O2
  LDFLAGS..............:  -lpthread
  LDADD................:  -lcurl   compat/jansson/libjansson.a -lpthread     -lm compat/libusb-1.0/libusb/.libs/libusb-1.0.a -ludev -lrt

Installation...........: make install (as root if needed, with 'su' or 'sudo')
  prefix...............: /usr/local

then I did : sudo make install

Code:
petje@smurver:~/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06$ sudo make install
Making install in lib
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
  GEN    signal.h
  GEN    string.h
make  install-recursive
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[4]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
make[4]: Nothing to be done for `install-data-am'.
make[4]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/lib'
Making install in compat
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
Making install in jansson
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/jansson'
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/jansson'
make[3]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/include'
 /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 jansson.h jansson_config.h '/usr/local/include'
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/jansson'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/jansson'
Making install in libusb-1.0
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
Making install in libusb
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0/libusb'
make[4]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0/libusb'
 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/lib'
 /bin/bash ../libtool   --mode=install /usr/bin/install -c   libusb-1.0.la '/usr/local/lib'
libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c .libs/libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0 /usr/local/lib/libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0
libtool: install: (cd /usr/local/lib && { ln -s -f libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0 libusb-1.0.so.2 || { rm -f libusb-1.0.so.2 && ln -s libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0 libusb-1.0.so.2; }; })
libtool: install: (cd /usr/local/lib && { ln -s -f libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0 libusb-1.0.so || { rm -f libusb-1.0.so && ln -s libusb-1.0.so.2.0.0 libusb-1.0.so; }; })
libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c .libs/libusb-1.0.lai /usr/local/lib/libusb-1.0.la
libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c .libs/libusb-1.0.a /usr/local/lib/libusb-1.0.a
libtool: install: chmod 644 /usr/local/lib/libusb-1.0.a
libtool: install: ranlib /usr/local/lib/libusb-1.0.a
libtool: finish: PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/sbin" ldconfig -n /usr/local/lib
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Libraries have been installed in:
   /usr/local/lib

If you ever happen to want to link against installed libraries
in a given directory, LIBDIR, you must either use libtool, and
specify the full pathname of the library, or use the `-LLIBDIR'
flag during linking and do at least one of the following:
   - add LIBDIR to the `LD_LIBRARY_PATH' environment variable
     during execution
   - add LIBDIR to the `LD_RUN_PATH' environment variable
     during linking
   - use the `-Wl,-rpath -Wl,LIBDIR' linker flag
   - have your system administrator add LIBDIR to `/etc/ld.so.conf'

See any operating system documentation about shared libraries for
more information, such as the ld(1) and ld.so(8) manual pages.
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 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/include/libusb-1.0'
 /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 libusb.h '/usr/local/include/libusb-1.0'
make[4]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0/libusb'
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0/libusb'
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
make[4]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
make[4]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig'
 /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 libusb-1.0.pc '/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig'
make[4]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat/libusb-1.0'
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
make[3]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
make[3]: Nothing to be done for `install-data-am'.
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/compat'
Making install in ccan
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/ccan'
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/ccan'
make[2]: Nothing to be done for `install-exec-am'.
make[2]: Nothing to be done for `install-data-am'.
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/ccan'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06/ccan'
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06'
  CC     cgminer-cgminer.o
  CC     cgminer-util.o
  CC     cgminer-sha2.o
  CC     cgminer-sha2_old.o
  CC     cgminer-api.o
  CC     cgminer-logging.o
  CC     cgminer-driver-opencl.o
  CC     cgminer-usbutils.o
  CC     cgminer-driver-bitfury.o
driver-bitfury.c: In function ‘spi_txrx’:
driver-bitfury.c:152:5: warning: format ‘%d’ expects a matching ‘int’ argument [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c: In function ‘libbitfury_sendHashData’:
driver-bitfury.c:785:5: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:785:5: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:797:4: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:797:4: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:835:8: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:835:8: warning: format ‘%x’ expects argument of type ‘unsigned int’, but argument 9 has type ‘unsigned int’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c: At top level:
driver-bitfury.c:878:8: warning: conflicting types for ‘nmsleep’ [enabled by default]
driver-bitfury.c:593:7: note: previous implicit declaration of ‘nmsleep’ was here
driver-bitfury.c: In function ‘bitfury_detect’:
driver-bitfury.c:1011:8: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 6 has type ‘double’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c:1011:8: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type ‘int’, but argument 6 has type ‘double’ [-Wformat]
driver-bitfury.c: At top level:
driver-bitfury.c:1683:3: warning: initialization from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
driver-bitfury.c:1683:3: warning: (near initialization for ‘bitfury_drv.drv_detect’) [enabled by default]
driver-bitfury.c:1685:3: warning: initialization from incompatible pointer type [enabled by default]
driver-bitfury.c:1685:3: warning: (near initialization for ‘bitfury_drv.get_statline_before’) [enabled by default]
  CC     cgminer-libbitfury.o
  CC     cgminer-spidevc.o
In file included from spidevc.c:1:0:
spidevc.h:26:64: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:26:64: warning: its scope is only this definition or declaration, which is probably not what you want [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:29:27: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:30:36: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:31:36: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:32:30: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:34:64: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
In file included from spidevc.c:1:0:
spidevc.h:35:56: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:37:28: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:38:28: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:39:36: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
spidevc.h:47:73: warning: ‘struct cgpu_info’ declared inside parameter list [enabled by default]
  CCLD   cgminer
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06'
 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/bin'
  /bin/bash ./libtool   --mode=install /usr/bin/install -c cgminer '/usr/local/bin'
libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c cgminer /usr/local/bin/cgminer
 /bin/mkdir -p '/usr/local/bin'
 /usr/bin/install -c ./diablo130302.cl ./diakgcn121016.cl ./phatk121016.cl ./poclbm130302.cl ./scrypt130511.cl '/usr/local/bin'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/petje/cgminer-hb/cgminer-hb06'

when I try to start cgminer I get this:

cgminer

cgminer: error while loading shared libraries: libhidapi-hidraw.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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October 12, 2013, 04:26:07 PM
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cgminer: error while loading shared libraries: libhidapi-hidraw.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

if you install libhid - run ldconfig

To compile you need to:
1. install package: sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf
2. install hidapi library:
clone git from: https://github.com/signal11/hidapi
run ./bootstrap then ./configure, make, make install

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cgminer: error while loading shared libraries: libhidapi-hidraw.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

if you install libhid - run ldconfig

To compile you need to:
1. install package: sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf
2. install hidapi library:
clone git from: https://github.com/signal11/hidapi
run ./bootstrap then ./configure, make, make install

Thanks, ldconfig did the job, I forgot that. Compile succesfull, no error with hidapi

did a configure and make for cgminer again. No I get this message running cgminer  Sad


 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Started cgminer 3.5.1
 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw2
  serial_number:Segmentation fault (core dumped)

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Thanks, ldconfig did the job, I forgot that. Compile succesfull, no error with hidapi

did a configure and make for cgminer again. No I get this message running cgminer  Sad


 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Started cgminer 3.5.1
 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw2
  serial_number:Segmentation fault (core dumped)


gdb /path_to_cgminer/bin/cgminer
run
backtrace

p.s./ I see you have more than one device, try to reload the board of power (molex connector) before starting cgminer

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Thanks, ldconfig did the job, I forgot that. Compile succesfull, no error with hidapi

did a configure and make for cgminer again. No I get this message running cgminer  Sad


 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Started cgminer 3.5.1
 [2013-10-12 19:46:37] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw2
  serial_number:Segmentation fault (core dumped)


gdb /path_to_cgminer/bin/cgminer
run
backtrace

p.s./ I see you have more than one device, try to reload the board of power (molex connector) before starting cgminer

disconnected molex from boards, waited 30 seconds, reconnected molex

Code:
[2013-10-12 20:25:27] Started cgminer 3.5.1[New Thread 0x7ffff1b72700 (LWP 4477)]

 [2013-10-12 20:25:27] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw2
  serial_number:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
get_device_string (key=key@entry=DEVICE_STRING_MANUFACTURER,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255, dev=<optimized out>)
    at hid.c:256
256 fstat(dev->device_handle, &s);
(gdb) backtrace
#0  get_device_string (key=key@entry=DEVICE_STRING_MANUFACTURER,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255, dev=<optimized out>)
    at hid.c:256
#1  0x00007ffff6bfb65d in hid_get_manufacturer_string (dev=<optimized out>,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255) at hid.c:764
#2  0x000000000043fe6b in bitfury_detect () at driver-bitfury.c:985
#3  0x000000000040653d in main (argc=1, argv=0x7fffffffdff8) at cgminer.c:7950
(gdb)

I have 3 hashbuster connected via an USB HUB

lsusb
Code:
lsusb
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 058: ID fa04:0011  
Bus 001 Device 059: ID fa04:0011  
Bus 001 Device 060: ID fa04:0011  
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 1a40:0201 Terminus Technology Inc. FE 2.1 7-port Hub
Bus 001 Device 005: ID 045e:00cb Microsoft Corp. Basic Optical Mouse v2.0
Bus 001 Device 006: ID 413c:2003 Dell Computer Corp. Keyboard
Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0bda:0151 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. Mass Storage Device (Multicard Reader)
Bus 001 Device 011: ID 1a40:0101 Terminus Technology Inc. 4-Port HUB

Connected 1 hashbuster directly to usbport, disconnect other 2, same error

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Code:
[2013-10-12 20:25:27] Started cgminer 3.5.1[New Thread 0x7ffff1b72700 (LWP 4477)]

 [2013-10-12 20:25:27] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw2
  serial_number:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
get_device_string (key=key@entry=DEVICE_STRING_MANUFACTURER,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255, dev=<optimized out>)
    at hid.c:256
256 fstat(dev->device_handle, &s);
(gdb) backtrace
#0  get_device_string (key=key@entry=DEVICE_STRING_MANUFACTURER,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255, dev=<optimized out>)
    at hid.c:256
#1  0x00007ffff6bfb65d in hid_get_manufacturer_string (dev=<optimized out>,
    string=string@entry=0xf44800 <wstr> L"", maxlen=maxlen@entry=255) at hid.c:764
#2  0x000000000043fe6b in bitfury_detect () at driver-bitfury.c:985
#3  0x000000000040653d in main (argc=1, argv=0x7fffffffdff8) at cgminer.c:7950
(gdb)
Judging by mistake, the driver can not read the manufacturer: (Try to turn off the power and usb cord from all devices, and then turn back. then the error should abyss.


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disconnect power and usb, waited 30 sec, connected power, waited for led to stop blinking, connected usb: same error

The weird thing is, when I run the VirtualBox machine they work in cgminer ! When I do a lsub in a terminal in the virtual machine it shows the same as on the ubuntu machine, no manufacturer

lsusb on the virtualbox machine

Code:
hashbuster@hashbuster-VirtualBox:~$ lsusb
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 80ee:0021 VirtualBox USB Tablet
Bus 002 Device 003: ID fa04:0011 
Bus 002 Device 004: ID fa04:0011 
Bus 002 Device 005: ID fa04:0011 
hashbuster@hashbuster-VirtualBox:~$

This is what cgminer displays during startup in the Virtualbox machine
Code:
2013-10-12 15:34:04] BITFURY chip #1 detected
 [2013-10-12 15:34:08] BITFURY: 1 chips detected!
 [2013-10-12 15:34:08] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw3
  serial_number:
 [2013-10-12 15:34:08] Manufacturer: StarFury Laboratories

 [2013-10-12 15:34:08] Product: HashBuster.nano Project

 [2013-10-12 15:34:09] BITFURY chip #1 detected
 [2013-10-12 15:34:13] BITFURY: 1 chips detected!




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disconnect power and usb, waited 30 sec, connected power, waited for led to stop blinking, connected usb: same error

The weird thing is, when I run the VirtualBox machine they work in cgminer ! When I do a lsub in a terminal in the virtual machine it shows the same as on the ubuntu machine, no manufacturer

lsusb on the virtualbox machine
Based on your image, then you have all worked, and lsusb output will not display the manufacturer because the package usbutils not know such a device as fa04: 0011

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disconnect power and usb, waited 30 sec, connected power, waited for led to stop blinking, connected usb: same error

The weird thing is, when I run the VirtualBox machine they work in cgminer ! When I do a lsub in a terminal in the virtual machine it shows the same as on the ubuntu machine, no manufacturer

lsusb on the virtualbox machine
Based on your image, then you have all worked, and lsusb output will not display the manufacturer because the package usbutils not know such a device as fa04: 0011

it works in the virtualmachine yes, but I don't want to use the virtualmachine. I want to run cgminer (or bfgminer) without a virtualboxmachine on my ubuntuserver or even better on my rapsberry pi with minepeon (my ultimate setup)

so more help is very much appriciated

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Unfortunately I just ported the code to the new version cgminer, to get rid of pereodicheskih segfault. I operate the device without a virtual machine. Fix Firmware I can not do this as you are a consumer. Therefore I propose to work together to improve the code!

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Oracle Virtualbox shows the Hashbuster Nano as: Starfury Laboratories hashbuster.nano Project [0100]


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Unfortunately I just ported the code to the new version cgminer, to get rid of pereodicheskih segfault. I operate the device without a virtual machine. Fix Firmware I can not do this as you are a consumer. Therefore I propose to work together to improve the code!

Your help is very much appreciated and thank you for all help so far. I will try to solve the problem, a challenge for a Linux-newbie  Grin

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Your help is very much appreciated and thank you for all help so far. I will try to solve the problem, a challenge for a Linux-newbie  Grin
Do you tried to run cgminer as root ? (sudo ./cgminer ...) ? If successfully - check permissions of /dev/hidraw* (ls -laF /dev/hidraw; chmod 666 /dev/hidraw*)
It seems that 01-cgminer.rules contains wrong usb IDs for hasbuster so your OS don't set permissions of /dev/hidraw* to allow unprivileged users to open USB device.
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Your help is very much appreciated and thank you for all help so far. I will try to solve the problem, a challenge for a Linux-newbie  Grin
Do you tried to run cgminer as root ? (sudo ./cgminer ...) ? If successfully - check permissions of /dev/hidraw* (ls -laF /dev/hidraw; chmod 666 /dev/hidraw*)
It seems that 01-cgminer.rules contains wrong usb IDs for hasbuster so your OS don't set permissions of /dev/hidraw* to allow unprivileged users to open USB device.

Praise the Lord ! and the Lords name is XBOCT ! This solved the problem, cgminer is now running with the hashbusters on my ubuntu machine. Thank you a thousand times gades and XBOCT !


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And the HB Nanos are running at a higher Hashrate I see now  Grin between 2.7 and 2.95 GH/s  Cool


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And the HB Nanos are running at a higher Hashrate I see now  Grin between 2.7 and 2.95 GH/s  Cool


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minor changes - https://www.dropbox.com/s/ne4xscjn2x53cz4/cgminer_hid_spike.tar.bz2
improved performance and longer pull the chip (in this case, the screen will write Freqency (55) not changed for chip xx).
Who said rigid 52> frequency <55.


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New version https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2

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MP!!  Wink

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Any news on hashbuster giga units?

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is compatible with raspberry pi? minepeon?
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is compatible with raspberry pi? minepeon?
No not out of the box.

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is compatible with raspberry pi? minepeon?
No not out of the box.

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Would like to buy a few of these bad boys!!
I emailed you all but haven't heard back yet.
I am sure you all are very busy making the next top miners on the market!
But I would be much obliged if I could order a few of thees units !!


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HELP!
Actually I found out one more thing:

when I use the cgminer_usb from the virtual machine image, I get no connection to the server but it does boot up correctly:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/bw6n42uic6s6rep/Screenshot%202013-10-15%2009.46.55.png
But the ping from the terminal goes through. And in the browser opens the page. A worker is available from another computer.
Firewall and antivirus disabled.

But when I compile the cgminer my self (and install with make install) and use the command "cgminer - o -p etc
I get a crash see here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/s61a42yv8pz2x2h/Screenshot%202013-10-16%2012.07.53.png

how could I get it to run?

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how could I get it to run?
Run it as root (sudo ./cgminer ...), or better  change permissions of /dev/hidraw* (chmod 666 /dev/hidraw*).
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I really want to buy a few of these, but will NEVER figure out how to compile a thing :\

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whats the euro / usd price on these? bitcoin keeps fluctuating allot Wink

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5 nano`s ordered. will post update when i recieve them Smiley

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less then 12 hours Smiley

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Also ordered 10 of them...and received a tracking the same day...can't wait to screw around in the basement again Smiley

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I already owned 3 pieces, today another 7 boards arrived  Grin Build me a nice tower, hashing now @ 28Gh/s

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nice setup man Smiley

i just got the 5 i ordered today,
found out some of the fans i had in storage aint working.
so i got all 5 running hooked up to a tiny little 80mm fan untill i can get some more.

getting them running in win8 with the oracle virtualbox was pretty ez, getting about 2.8ghs from each atm. might play around with oc etc.
but i think ill wait for some cooling to arrive, i dont want to come home from work and find the house burnt down x)


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I see heatsink at the chip. If you want to increase the voltage and hashrate more, then I recommend to remove a protective layer on the opposite side of card "behid chip" and put another heatsink. I think it's more important than the heatsink on the plastic body of chip.
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I see heatsink at the chip. If you want to increase the voltage and hashrate more, then I recommend to remove a protective layer on the opposite side of card "behid chip" and put another heatsink. I think it's more important than the heatsink on the plastic body of chip.


my 3 "old" board have a heatsink atthe chip, the 7 new board don't have a heatsink. For now I won't modify these boards. Maybe I order an extra spare one to experiment with.

Thanks for your tip, but one question about it

What do you mean by a protective layer on the opposite side of card "behid chip" ? Is there are plastic something/sticker between the heatsink and chip? I assumed they use a special (cooling)paste to keep the heatsink attached to the chip, not some kind of sticker.

I will check it this evening.

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Thanks for your tip, but one question about it

What do you mean by a protective layer on the opposite side of card "behid chip" ? Is there are plastic something/sticker between the heatsink and chip? I assumed they use a special (cooling)paste to keep the heatsink attached to the chip, not some kind of sticker.

I scraped off green protective coating at small square and glowed heatsink by 3M Thermal Heatsink Tape.
I think that my heatsink is too BIG for this card but i don't have smaller one Smiley






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Somebody running them without fans? Asic usb sticks also run ok without fan...

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Thanks for your tip, but one question about it

What do you mean by a protective layer on the opposite side of card "behid chip" ? Is there are plastic something/sticker between the heatsink and chip? I assumed they use a special (cooling)paste to keep the heatsink attached to the chip, not some kind of sticker.

I scraped off green protective coating at small square and glowed heatsink by 3M Thermal Heatsink Tape.
I think that my heatsink is too BIG for this card but i don't have smaller one Smiley



did you attach the (extra) heatsink because overclocked the board? if so, how did you do that? hardware mod? voltage setting on the board? software tweak? What hashrate do they run?

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did you attach the (extra) heatsink because overclocked the board?
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if so, how did you do that? hardware mod?


Turn to '+' - increase voltage -> increase speed.
Turn to '-' -  decrease voltage -> decrease speed.
Vcc - points for voltage check.

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voltage setting on the board?
0.95V is original settings. 1.05 (!!!not recommended by manufacturer) is my settings.

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Big thanks for the pics and info. I think I am going to experiment with 1 board this weekend.

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How do you know when you run 1.05v? Do i have to check it with a voltage meter, or is there a software tool for it?

Here is my little setup btw









Only one card isn't working....no response from it while others are working fine.

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Your tower kicks ass !

You must use a voltage meter to check the voltage, see the pic from XBOCT how to measure

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It's the same tower as yours bro hahahaha...

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Does anybody know how much current one of those miners draws at 5V? If it's below 500mA maybe you can power it by usb ...
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Does anybody know how much current one of those miners draws at 5V? If it's below 500mA maybe you can power it by usb ...

They are powered with 12V

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According to OP you can run them @5V:

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Very weird, i can't get it to work anymore. I had one which denied work, but i have this settled now, the cable i used was bad i guess, bought a new one and it is working.

But i have connected all 10 devices to the virtualbox image, and no matter what, it always sees 7 of them and the other 3 are not recognized. Very irritating.

EDIT: trying out VMware now with fresh install Ubuntu..will let know

Still not working, leep getting this all the time:



EDIT2: Hmm, watch out with virtualbox, you are only permitted to use 7 usb devices. That is my problem.

EDIT3: That ain't working at all. Even with 7 devices connected it runs like shit. They hash with 1Ghash per unit, so virtualbox is just a limitation. Guess i have to install Debian on my pc Sad

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Very weird, i can't get it to work anymore. I had one which denied work, but i have this settled now, the cable i used was bad i guess, bought a new one and it is working.

But i have connected all 10 devices to the virtualbox image, and no matter what, it always sees 7 of them and the other 3 are not recognized. Very irritating.

EDIT: trying out VMware now with fresh install Ubuntu..will let know

Still not working, leep getting this all the time:



EDIT2: Hmm, watch out with virtualbox, you are only permitted to use 7 usb devices. That is my problem.

EDIT3: That ain't working at all. Even with 7 devices connected it runs like shit. They hash with 1Ghash per unit, so virtualbox is just a limitation. Guess i have to install Debian on my pc Sad

Too bad  Sad that why I left windows and started using Linux and OSX. If you want to keep your Windows, try to install Ubuntu next to your Windows. Or... the best way, take another harddrive and install Debian or Ubuntu. My experimental-test-pc runs Debian without a problem, LDXE is a nice and simple GUI

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Did some experiments with one Hashbuster Nano to boost up the hashrate. Thanks XBOCT for the info. First an extra heatsink:



I did several tests with the board:

0.981 V -> hashrate: 2.5 – 2.6 Gh/s = stock / unmodified
1.025 V -> hashrate: 2.6 – 2.7 Gh/s = test run #1
1.050 V -> hashrate: 2.7 – 2.9 Gh/s = test run #2
1.124 V -> hashrate: 2.9 – 3.07 Gh/s = test run #3 going nuts

What the maximum voltage is for the ASIC-chip I don’t know, I have to find out later. Have the guts to nuts and just do some crazy experiments.

Now it's running @ 1.124V  Grin @ ±3.06 Gh/s Let see tommorow morning if it still runs and what the average hashrate will be.



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Question for XBOCT: did you just run cgminer or did you use special setting?

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Too bad  Sad that why I left windows and started using Linux and OSX.

I have OSX..everything is OSX here, but had a small pc down under in the basement for the usb erupters. Should it work under OSX also?

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Too bad  Sad that why I left windows and started using Linux and OSX.

I have OSX..everything is OSX here, but had a small pc down under in the basement for the usb erupters. Should it work under OSX also?

I think so... OSX = Unix . If I have the time tommorow evening or monday I will test it. Next week I will also test with a raspberry pi with debian wheezy. A Raspberry Pi you can buy voor 40 euro...

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Question for XBOCT: did you just run cgminer or did you use special setting?
My version of cgminer uses clock auto selection in range default+1 -- default-1 Default clock value can be found in driver-bitfury.c:  "#define BITFURY_DEFAULT_CLOCKBITS ..."
Internal clock generator is voltage dependent, so optimal clock value is in the range 53-54 for 0.9V or 51-53 for 1.1V. Try to play with default clock value in source code or by command line (note: double '=' in command line):
cgminer --bitfury-clockbits==52
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I had the same problem, What I did was go into settings and add only the usb devices you need to attach to the VM-Xubuntu.
Make sure you do not plug in the usb plugs until you have the VM player running and then plug your Nano's and try it again.
It was very tricky, for me because I was running Win 7 and every time---the usb drivers were noticed by Windows and then Windows tried to installed the drivers for them, but Windows installed the drivers wrong or the the drivers weren't working correctly. I think maybe this was causing most of the connection issues with the Nano's!
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Question for XBOCT: did you just run cgminer or did you use special setting?
My version of cgminer uses clock auto selection in range default+1 -- default-1 Default clock value can be found in driver-bitfury.c:  "#define BITFURY_DEFAULT_CLOCKBITS ..."
Internal clock generator is voltage dependent, so optimal clock value is in the range 53-54 for 0.9V or 51-53 for 1.1V. Try to play with default clock value in source code or by command line (note: double '=' in command line):
cgminer --bitfury-clockbits==52


I added the options –bitfury-clockbits==52 to cgminer and it starts hashing @ 3 Gh/s I looked at it for 5 minutes and it stayed at 3. This sundaymorning I took a look again: back 2.7  Sad



cgminer sometimes gives the message: Frequency (55) not changed for chip 0
Looks like cgminer loses it’s 52 clockbit setting and automaticly switches back to some default, 55 in this case. Next mission: investigate and modify the driver-bitfury.c

Update 10:00h: just modified driver-bitfury.c set clockbit to 52. Let's see how it goes now

Update 12:40h: looking good so far, 3 Gh/s


Update 19:00h: stable and 3+ Gh/s  Grin

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Edit 2-11-2013: I corrected a type-o
git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi
correct command:
git clone https://github.com/signal11/hidapi

I made a small manual how to get the modified version of cgminer working on linux with the hashbuster. This should work, I tested it on a Debian machine. If you find any mistakes/faults please let me know, thanks.

http://miningonmyown.com/2013/10/27/manual-cgminer-for-hashbuster/

Code:
*********************************************************************

Simple manual how to install a modified version of cgminer on Linux
to get it working with Hashbuster (Nano) devices

Sales and info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293668.60

Big thanks to forummembers XBOTC and Gades

Tested on Debian 7.2 , logged in as root.

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other lines are commands

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** Open a terminal window

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

** if GIT is not installed on your system, install it:

sudo apt-get install git

sudo apt-get install autoconf yasm pkg-config make libusb-1.0-0-dev libusb-1.0-0 libcurl4-openssl-dev libncurses5-dev libudev-dev

sudo reboot

sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf

git clone https://github.com/signal11/hidapi

cd hidapi

./bootstrap

./configure

sudo make

sudo make install

cd ..

ldconfig

** download latest version modified version of cgminer for hashbuster nano
** https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2
** unpack file, a directory named  v0.8_display_clockbits will be made,
** rename directory for more logical name.

mv v0.8_display_clockbits cgminer-hb

cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

** now a working version of cgminer 3.5.1 for Hashbuster Nano is made
** and should be working. Command to run cgminer:

./cgminer

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I made a small manual how to get the modified version of cgminer working on linux with the hashbuster. This should work, I tested it on a Debian machine. If you find any mistakes/faults please let me know, thanks.

http://miningonmyown.com/2013/10/27/manual-cgminer-for-hashbuster/

Code:
*********************************************************************

Simple manual how to install a modified version of cgminer on Linux
to get it working with Hashbuster (Nano) devices

Sales and info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293668.60

Big thanks to forummembers XBOTC and Gades

Tested on Debian 7.2 , logged in as root.

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http://www.miningonmyown.com

Remarks/info starts with **
other lines are commands

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** Open a terminal window

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

** if GIT is not installed on your system, install it:

sudo apt-get install git

sudo apt-get install autoconf yasm pkg-config make libusb-1.0-0-dev libusb-1.0-0 libcurl4-openssl-dev libncurses5-dev libudev-dev

sudo reboot

sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf

git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi

cd hidapi

./bootstrap

./configure

sudo make

sudo make install

cd ..

ldconfig

** download latest version modified version of cgminer for hashbuster nano
** https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2
** unpack file, a directory named  v0.8_display_clockbits will be made,
** rename directory for more logical name.

mv v0.8_display_clockbits cgminer-hb

cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

** now a working version of cgminer 3.5.1 for Hashbuster Nano is made
** and should be working. Command to run cgminer:

./cgminer

After this manual i was finally prepared to get some mining work. Only one card is still not working Sad hopefully i can return it

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They're cute, and seem quite well designed, but I'm having an awful time actually getting them to mine properly. They work for about a minute, then error out violently, then just sit and do nothing. Even on the hopefully named "v0.7_fix_resetchip_chipdetect" code, they just reset and die in unison. I've tried different power supplies, different cables, different hubs. Any idea what's going on?

 
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[2013-10-30 06:55:39] WARN: /dev/hidraw0#1 DUP    9 3d16a89b fbaeb785 011aaf9a:9aaf1a01
 [2013-10-30 06:55:50] Accepted 0fda0802 Diff 16/1 BFR 0
 [2013-10-30 06:56:03] INFO: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! chip_reset /dev/hidraw0 0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 [2013-10-30 06:56:04] BITFURY chip #0 [re]detected
 [2013-10-30 06:56:04] Accepted 7007af1e Diff 2/1 BFR 0
 [2013-10-30 06:56:06] INFO: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! chip_reset /dev/hidraw0 1 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 [2013-10-30 06:56:07] BITFURY chip #0 [re]detected


Even when they do work, I get stupid speeds like 31MH/s.

ED:

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[2013-10-30 06:59:10] Started cgminer 3.5.1
 [2013-10-30 06:59:10] Device Found
  type: fa04 0011
  path: /dev/hidraw0
  serial_number:
 [2013-10-30 06:59:10] Manufacturer: StarFury Laboratories
 [2013-10-30 06:59:10] Product: HashBuster.nano Project
 [2013-10-30 06:59:10]  chip 0 set default clockbits 53
 [2013-10-30 06:59:25] No Bitfury chips detected!

ED2: Oh the smell of magic smoke. That's about right.
Disappointed.

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Which operating system do you use and which version? Windows ? Ubuntu ? Debian ? other Linux dist.

The one that isn't burnt up is attached to a Debian box.
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Which operating system do you use and which version? Windows ? Ubuntu ? Debian ? other Linux dist.

The one that isn't burnt up is attached to a Debian box.

That's too bad  Sad As far as I can think of it seems to be a power of cooling problem. I think you should conatct hashbuster, if it is a hardware default I am sure they will replace the broken device.

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 I think you should conatct hashbuster, if it is a hardware default I am sure they will replace the broken device.

Happy ending. They got back to me and are refunding the defective device, even though there's nothing really forcing them to. My remaining HashBuster is perfectly functional, pumping out 2.8GH/s onto Eligius.
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I get that chip reset all the time, and alot of other warnings too:



Had to be quick to push on print screen, but it warns me for every card. I don't know what to think about it...it seems to hash, but they are not that stable as other miners i had

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Hi guys, I have a different problem: I can only run one hashbuster in the virtual machine and get an error message whenever I try to connect a second or third one. Was only able to mine with my 4 miners in hooking them up to my other gpu rigs. Since I don't want to keep on building rigs for just one asic miner, it would be great to run more than one on windows virtualbox. Any ideas?

When I click to choose the second starfury in the pulldown menu, it shows the error message and that's it. One is always mining no problem.

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Hi guys, I have a different problem: I can only run one hashbuster in the virtual machine and get an error message whenever I try to connect a second or third one. Was only able to mine with my 4 miners in hooking them up to my other gpu rigs. Since I don't want to keep on building rigs for just one asic miner, it would be great to run more than one on windows virtualbox. Any ideas?

When I click to choose the second starfury in the pulldown menu, it shows the error message and that's it. One is always mining no problem.

Can you post some screenshots?

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Anyone managed to run a hashbuster nano on Raspberry Pi?

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Not right now I'm afraid. Glad my miners are finally hashing. But I want to migrate them all to one computer, preferably a laptop. It looks like some kind of driver error. It will show several starfury miners under devices in xubuntu virtual machine, but only one of them can be clicked and gets checked. As soon as I want to add a second one, the typical error image occurs that looks much like those that have been posted here before. Now trying to install xubuntu on an old laptop to see if I can get it to work there, but it looks like I'm running into driver issues even detecting a working internet connection, be it lan or wlan.

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Did you sudo it?

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I installed the 'v0.8_display_clockbits' version on a raspi with wheezy raspian, but i have some issues with the hasbuster nano.
When cgminer is started everything looks good but after a short while i see the hashrate dropping and a few seconds later i get a 'chip reset' error.

Code:
[2013-11-02 11:57:18] Accepted 1ed851aa Diff 8/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:18] Accepted 1db1c5f4 Diff 8/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:21] Accepted 04979ef4 Diff 55/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:21] Accepted 6dca6f32 Diff 2/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:58:07] INFO: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! chip_reset /dev/hidraw0
0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When i try to restart cgminer without cycling the power to the hashbuster nano, no bitfury chip is detected.

Sometime i also get the 'WARN : /dev/hidraw0 DUP' errors.


Does anybody have any clue what causes these errors and how to solve them?
 
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I installed the 'v0.8_display_clockbits' version on a raspi with wheezy raspian, but i have some issues with the hasbuster nano.
When cgminer is started everything looks good but after a short while i see the hashrate dropping and a few seconds later i get a 'chip reset' error.

Code:
[2013-11-02 11:57:18] Accepted 1ed851aa Diff 8/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:18] Accepted 1db1c5f4 Diff 8/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:21] Accepted 04979ef4 Diff 55/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:57:21] Accepted 6dca6f32 Diff 2/2 BFR 0
 [2013-11-02 11:58:07] INFO: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! chip_reset /dev/hidraw0
0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When i try to restart cgminer without cycling the power to the hashbuster nano, no bitfury chip is detected.

Sometime i also get the 'WARN : /dev/hidraw0 DUP' errors.


Does anybody have any clue what causes these errors and how to solve them?
 

Cool that you managed to install the modified cgminer on a Rapsberry Pi.

Did you connect the Hashbuster Nano directly to the usb port or thru a (usb 2.0) powered HUB ?

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November 02, 2013, 02:33:02 PM
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It could be a power issue or the getwork network. When i mine on a stratum network i received almost no errors.

But i bet it is a powerissue...i had exactly the same when i was trying to mine with my pi and erupters. And the hub was powered.

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Cool that you managed to install the modified cgminer on a Rapsberry Pi.

I used the procedure i found on your blog.  Wink



Did you connect the Hashbuster Nano directly to the usb port or thru a (usb 2.0) powered HUB ?

Tried it with and without a powered USB 2.0 hub, makes no difference.
The same hardware setup works without issues together with 10 USB erupters or one HEX16A miner

I'm still a Linux noob but maybe the issues are related to the hidapi config on the raspi. Just a wild guess.  Wink


The hasbuster nano works perfectly as i already tried it with the Hashbuster Oracle virtual box session on a 64-bit Windows 7 system.
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cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

I want to enable the icarus also, do i have to compile cgminer like above but then:

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --enable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

Anyone an idea before i corrupt my cgminer?

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checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... no
configure: error: Could not find pthread library - please install libpthread

can you please help me. I just started with Linux so I am not an expert  Grin I run Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit

Check presence of hidapi (hidapi-hidraw)  library.

cloned hidapi with git but didn't compile it  Grin ./configure and make etc succesful, hidapi installed

[lot's of stuff]


I'm stuck at this point. I didn't get to install hidapi because there is nothing to ./configure or I don't know if I'm looking in the right place. This is really tough for Linux newbies like me. Wouldn't even know how to check if hidapi is correctly installed. I still end up with the missing libpthread error.

Maybe I should try again in windows? Is it only possible to install the modified cgminer in the virtual box, and whoever got that to work, do you run into the same error in the virtual box when wanting to connect more than one hashbuster? It must be some sort of driver error. As stated before, 1 hashbuster per computer is running just fine. But there has to be a way to connect more than one miner to a windows machine.

Edit: Followed the manual at miningonmyown and got following errors when trying to bootstrap hidapi:

autom4te: cannot create autom4te.cache: (Can't find file or directory in German)
aclocal: error: echo failed with exit status:1
autoreconf: aclocal failed with exit status:1

Wow, these linux commands are truly a foreign language to me. Whenever I type in something that works it is like magic. But if it doesn't work you are just utterly lost.

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When are these coming out
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I'm stuck at this point.

Follow what stands here:

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*********************************************************************

** Open a terminal window

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

** if GIT is not installed on your system, install it:

sudo apt-get install git

sudo apt-get install autoconf yasm pkg-config make libusb-1.0-0-dev libusb-1.0-0 libcurl4-openssl-dev libncurses5-dev libudev-dev

sudo reboot

sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf

git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi

cd hidapi

./bootstrap

./configure

sudo make

sudo make install

cd ..

ldconfig

** download latest version modified version of cgminer for hash buster nano
** https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2
** unpack file, a directory named  v0.8_display_clockbits will be made,
** rename directory for more logical name.

mv v0.8_display_clockbits cgminer-hb

cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

** now a working version of cgminer 3.5.1 for Hashbuster Nano is made
** and should be working. Command to run cgminer:

./cgminer

It should work with Ubuntu

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I'm stuck at this point.

Follow what stands here:

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** Open a terminal window

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

** if GIT is not installed on your system, install it:

sudo apt-get install git

sudo apt-get install autoconf yasm pkg-config make libusb-1.0-0-dev libusb-1.0-0 libcurl4-openssl-dev libncurses5-dev libudev-dev

sudo reboot

sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf

git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi

cd hidapi

./bootstrap

./configure

sudo make

sudo make install

cd ..

ldconfig

** download latest version modified version of cgminer for hash buster nano
** https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2
** unpack file, a directory named  v0.8_display_clockbits will be made,
** rename directory for more logical name.

mv v0.8_display_clockbits cgminer-hb

cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

** now a working version of cgminer 3.5.1 for Hashbuster Nano is made
** and should be working. Command to run cgminer:

./cgminer

It should work with Ubuntu

I made a small typ-o: git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi => git clone https://github.com/signal11/hidapi

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Lol didn't see it...luckily i always type the commands myself Smiley

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I get that chip reset all the time, and alot of other warnings too:



Had to be quick to push on print screen, but it warns me for every card. I don't know what to think about it...it seems to hash, but they are not that stable as other miners i had

Yesterday evening i also installed xubuntu side by side on my Windows 7 system.
After the installation of the modified cgminer i also get these 'WARN : /dev/hidrawxx DUP' errors and the hashrate is very unstable.  

None of these errors with the Oracle virtualbox session on Windows 7, and also a stable hashrate of 2.5 GH/s.
Also tried it on my Windows 8 system, but can't get it working on that system.
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Do you mine stratum or getwork? I get a lot of errors with getwork...mining on stratum makes it better

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Do you mine stratum or getwork? I get a lot of errors with getwork...mining on stratum makes it better

I used stratum, but i want to perform some more tests in the near future.
The next couple of days i'll have to focus on other tasks.
 
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I get that chip reset all the time, and alot of other warnings too:



Had to be quick to push on print screen, but it warns me for every card. I don't know what to think about it...it seems to hash, but they are not that stable as other miners i had

Yesterday evening i also installed xubuntu side by side on my Windows 7 system.
After the installation of the modified cgminer i also get these 'WARN : /dev/hidrawxx DUP' errors and the hashrate is very unstable.  

None of these errors with the Oracle virtualbox session on Windows 7, and also a stable hashrate of 2.5 GH/s.
Also tried it on my Windows 8 system, but can't get it working on that system.

try this. power-off hashbuster, disconnect usb-cable from hashbuster. reboot your computer. reconnected usb-cable. power-up hashbuster, wait 30 seconds, start cgminer with sudo. sudo cgminer or sudo ./cgminer

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I'm stuck at this point.

Follow what stands here:

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*********************************************************************

** Open a terminal window

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

** if GIT is not installed on your system, install it:

sudo apt-get install git

sudo apt-get install autoconf yasm pkg-config make libusb-1.0-0-dev libusb-1.0-0 libcurl4-openssl-dev libncurses5-dev libudev-dev

sudo reboot

sudo apt-get install electric-fence dh-autoreconf

git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi

cd hidapi

./bootstrap

./configure

sudo make

sudo make install

cd ..

ldconfig

** download latest version modified version of cgminer for hash buster nano
** https://www.dropbox.com/s/003olbqnrs4hc94/v0.8_display_clockbits.tar.bz2
** unpack file, a directory named  v0.8_display_clockbits will be made,
** rename directory for more logical name.

mv v0.8_display_clockbits cgminer-hb

cd cgminer-hb

./configure --disable-opencl --disable-adl --disable-bitforce --disable-icarus --disable-modminer --disable-ztex --disable-scrypt --enable-bitfury

sudo make

sudo make install

** now a working version of cgminer 3.5.1 for Hashbuster Nano is made
** and should be working. Command to run cgminer:

./cgminer

It should work with Ubuntu

I made a small typ-o: git clone https://gitbub.com/signal11/hidapi => git clone https://github.com/signal11/hidapi

Thank you very much for your help. I did all of this in the exact order. Bootstrap fails.

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Did you CD into the hidapi folder? Or in other words, do you stand in the Hidapi folder when you execute ./bootstrap?

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I get that chip reset all the time, and alot of other warnings too:

Had to be quick to push on print screen, but it warns me for every card. I don't know what to think about it...it seems to hash, but they are not that stable as other miners i had

Yesterday evening i also installed xubuntu side by side on my Windows 7 system.
After the installation of the modified cgminer i also get these 'WARN : /dev/hidrawxx DUP' errors and the hashrate is very unstable.  

None of these errors with the Oracle virtualbox session on Windows 7, and also a stable hashrate of 2.5 GH/s.
Also tried it on my Windows 8 system, but can't get it working on that system.

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BFGMiner 3.5.0 is released
Code:
bfgminer version 3.5.0 - Started: [2013-11-06 00:08:13] - [  0 days 01:38:39]
 [M]anage devices [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options  [H]elp [Q]uit
 Connected to mining.eligius.st diff 2 with stratum as user 1DpdSGEv2S64E4q1q3YgQFKUfMPsBkAzwv
 Block: ...cface391 #268197  Diff:511M ( 3.66Ph/s)  Started: [01:47:14]
 ST:2  F:0  NB:11  AS:0  BW:[133/ 38 B/s]  E:7.78  I:  116uBTC/hr  BS:2.49k
 1            |  2.84/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 HBR 0:       |  2.83/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2013-11-06 01:46:00] Accepted 311061ec HBR 0  Diff 5/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:02] Accepted 0e3f2150 HBR 0  Diff 17/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:03] Accepted 08f2b5c8 HBR 0  Diff 28/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:06] Accepted 722a295e HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:07] Accepted 786f7d67 HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:09] Accepted 2c6ae091 HBR 0  Diff 5/2

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BFGMiner 3.5.0 is released
Code:
bfgminer version 3.5.0 - Started: [2013-11-06 00:08:13] - [  0 days 01:38:39]
 [M]anage devices [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options  [H]elp [Q]uit
 Connected to mining.eligius.st diff 2 with stratum as user 1DpdSGEv2S64E4q1q3YgQFKUfMPsBkAzwv
 Block: ...cface391 #268197  Diff:511M ( 3.66Ph/s)  Started: [01:47:14]
 ST:2  F:0  NB:11  AS:0  BW:[133/ 38 B/s]  E:7.78  I:  116uBTC/hr  BS:2.49k
 1            |  2.84/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 HBR 0:       |  2.83/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2013-11-06 01:46:00] Accepted 311061ec HBR 0  Diff 5/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:02] Accepted 0e3f2150 HBR 0  Diff 17/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:03] Accepted 08f2b5c8 HBR 0  Diff 28/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:06] Accepted 722a295e HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:07] Accepted 786f7d67 HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:09] Accepted 2c6ae091 HBR 0  Diff 5/2

Wow, that is great news! Good work Luke-Jr, thank you !

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BFGMiner 3.5.0 is released
Code:
bfgminer version 3.5.0 - Started: [2013-11-06 00:08:13] - [  0 days 01:38:39]
 [M]anage devices [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options  [H]elp [Q]uit
 Connected to mining.eligius.st diff 2 with stratum as user 1DpdSGEv2S64E4q1q3YgQFKUfMPsBkAzwv
 Block: ...cface391 #268197  Diff:511M ( 3.66Ph/s)  Started: [01:47:14]
 ST:2  F:0  NB:11  AS:0  BW:[133/ 38 B/s]  E:7.78  I:  116uBTC/hr  BS:2.49k
 1            |  2.84/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
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 HBR 0:       |  2.83/ 2.83/ 2.84Gh/s | A:1940 R:5+0(.26%) HW:4/.10%
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2013-11-06 01:46:00] Accepted 311061ec HBR 0  Diff 5/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:02] Accepted 0e3f2150 HBR 0  Diff 17/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:03] Accepted 08f2b5c8 HBR 0  Diff 28/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:06] Accepted 722a295e HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:07] Accepted 786f7d67 HBR 0  Diff 2/2
 [2013-11-06 01:46:09] Accepted 2c6ae091 HBR 0  Diff 5/2

Wow, that is great news! Good work Luke-Jr, thank you !

How did you get bfgminer to detect the HBR? Are you using linux or windows? Couldn't find the miners on windows bfg 3.5.0

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Hi guys, I have a different problem: I can only run one hashbuster in the virtual machine and get an error message whenever I try to connect a second or third one. Was only able to mine with my 4 miners in hooking them up to my other gpu rigs. Since I don't want to keep on building rigs for just one asic miner, it would be great to run more than one on windows virtualbox. Any ideas?

When I click to choose the second starfury in the pulldown menu, it shows the error message and that's it. One is always mining no problem.

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Dat duidt toch echt op verkeerde usb controle of verkeerde driver. Die error kreeg ik ook in Virtualbox, maar dat kwam omdat VB maar max 7 or 8 usb devices aan kan.

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Dat duidt toch echt op verkeerde usb controle of verkeerde driver. Die error kreeg ik ook in Virtualbox, maar dat kwam omdat VB maar max 7 or 8 usb devices aan kan.

But I only have 3 devices connected. I noticed that windows first detects both hashbusters usb devices, but installs one and then installs "virtualbox usb". The second one doesn't seem to be installed for the virtualbox or whatever, is my guess.

PS: Interesting I could understand most of what you wrote, it seems to be indeed a mix of German and English.

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Oops, sorry for my language...thought it was the dutch one.

What kind of pc are you using? Netbook? Or raspi? because it looks like an power outage or broken usb connection inside. And does this always happen with the same erupter? Try an other pc if you have one.

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Oops, sorry for my language...thought it was the dutch one.

What kind of pc are you using? Netbook? Or raspi? because it looks like an power outage or broken usb connection inside. And does this always happen with the same erupter? Try an other pc if you have one.

It's a hashbuster nano with 12V molex connector. I tried on 4 different computers, even one laptop and several usb ports all over the place. It happens when selecting a second starfury miner in the virtualbox. All miners mine when I hook each of them up to a single computer. Would much rather have one rig than many rigs.

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Anyone else having problems with Hashbuster nanos?
I had my Nano's running @ 2.5 + each when I first got them in the mail.
I had purchased 7 miners total and when I had just three miners running on the virtual machine, they ran great all three were running at 2.5+ which totaled 7.5+. after they dropped after a day or so running. Then I received my other 4 miners from Hashbuster and tried to hook them up in just as I did the other three miners, and from then on I could never get my miners to run higher than 3.5+ they would equalize and drop down to 3.5 or lower?. I tried many steps to fix the problem. I ran them by themselves -individually, I used a a different power source and different connections, also I tried 4 different hubs and even a different PC and re-installed software.  Now I am still having issues with 4 miners only running @ 850 megahash each and three of the miners have flashed red and the red power light stays on.
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Anyone else having problems with Hashbuster nanos?
I had my Nano's running @ 2.5 + each when I first got them in the mail.
I had purchased 7 miners total and when I had just three miners running on the virtual machine, they ran great all three were running at 2.5+ which totaled 7.5+. after they dropped after a day or so running. Then I received my other 4 miners from Hashbuster and tried to hook them up in just as I did the other three miners, and from then on I could never get my miners to run higher than 3.5+ they would equalize and drop down to 3.5 or lower?. I tried many steps to fix the problem. I ran them by themselves -individually, I used a a different power source and different connections, also I tried 4 different hubs and even a different PC and re-installed software.  Now I am still having issues with 4 miners only running @ 850 megahash each and three of the miners have flashed red and the red power light stays on.


Sounds like a power issue in your case. How did you manage to run more than one hashbuster in the virtualbox? And which OS do you use? And do you use some kind of hub?

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I use Win 7 (64 bit)and Ubuntu, but I was running Oracle Virtual box xubuntu OS and I hooked in my usb's into a Rosiwell 10 port hub.
I think the biggest thing is to make sure the virtaul box driver is what shows installed in the Device manager if you are using windows 7.
I think I had to swap around which port I plugged the hub into on my PC. What error are you getting?

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November 07, 2013, 08:34:26 AM
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bgminer 3.5.1 now supports hashbuster nano's. So no need for using a Virtuabox vm.
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November 07, 2013, 01:31:52 PM
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I now believe my virtualbox driver messes up my hashbuster nano driver in windows. hid-input usb device gets detected. How do I clean messed up drivers in this case? ccleaner?

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November 07, 2013, 03:34:53 PM
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Hmmz, I dont know maybe with zadig to replace the driver??
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November 07, 2013, 03:43:49 PM
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Hmmz, I dont know maybe with zadig to replace the driver??

What's zadig?

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November 08, 2013, 06:11:01 PM
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Keep up the Awesome Job Hashbuster Team!

I have been working with the Hashbuster team on fixing my issues with my Nano miners and they have answered most of my questions.
They have really impressed me with their service and with their Hashbuster miners!


Thanks Guys!

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November 09, 2013, 03:04:01 AM
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Me again. Is there a windows driver I can download somewhere because I really think the busters aren't recognized correctly. Thanks. Will keep quiet now.

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November 10, 2013, 08:48:46 PM
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Me again. Is there a windows driver I can download somewhere because I really think the busters aren't recognized correctly. Thanks. Will keep quiet now.

bfgminer is supposed to support it now, but im having issues with it aswell.
couldnt realy find a solution for it so im still just using the virtualbox.

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November 16, 2013, 01:45:46 AM
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Finally, one of my four hashbusters died today as a resistor right behind the fan power plug "smoked" up. I think it's called R2B or R28?
Has this happened to anyone before?

The buster worked like a charm for a few weeks without issues. Anyway to fix this? I bought it used from someone on ebay maybe 14 days ago.

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November 17, 2013, 05:54:29 AM
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A few of my nano's did the same thing, but I used one bad nano board to fix another bad board.  I thought maybe I did did something wrong to make them stop working but now I am not so sure.

Have you contacted them at contact@Hashbuster.com and let them know about your nano?

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November 17, 2013, 12:10:41 PM
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A few of my nano's did the same thing, but I used one bad nano board to fix another bad board.  I thought maybe I did did something wrong to make them stop working but now I am not so sure.

Have you contacted them at contact@Hashbuster.com and let them know about your nano?

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I did just now. Thank you for the email address. Thinking of just putting it up on ebay as defective.

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November 17, 2013, 06:43:58 PM
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No problem,  you might even ask them if they have an extra piece you can buy to repair the miner. Can you solder good enough to install another resistor?

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November 18, 2013, 03:13:31 AM
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I just had more of my Hashbuster nano's go down and it seems to be the same thing, number C56 is burnt.

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November 18, 2013, 03:27:29 AM
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Shit. I am not good at soldering, I have an iron but it's very standard. Wouldn't know which resistor to take nor where to get it. I didn't buy from hashbuster directly, so I assume there is no way I can claim anything. It gets better and better.

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November 20, 2013, 03:41:46 PM
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Has anyone heard anything from Hashbuster.com?

They have seemed to have stopped communicating.


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November 20, 2013, 07:28:28 PM
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My last communication with HashBuster was as recent as 4 days ago.

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November 20, 2013, 07:44:47 PM
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Has anyone heard anything from Hashbuster.com?

They have seemed to have stopped communicating.




Nothing here. No answer to my email from days ago.

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November 20, 2013, 08:03:03 PM
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My last communication with him is a few days ago. He is very busy I can tell you, please give him some time.

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November 21, 2013, 01:57:19 AM
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Yeah, they emailed me a few days ago letting me know they were heading to get some more ASIC chips, but I have not heard from them since.
I hope they have returned with go news!
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November 21, 2013, 06:51:19 PM
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Here it goes on ebay. The resistor is completely burned out. I did NOT overclock the device in any way. If I were you I would refrain from buying anything from Bitfury ever again.

If you are interested and in the EU you can PM me.



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November 21, 2013, 11:50:22 PM
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Never heard from hium again about the micro's..hope he is still selling them the next weeks

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November 25, 2013, 09:05:31 PM
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Hi guys,

Sorry for some outage. But we are back with a new product.
If you haven't received an reply to email sent last week please resend it and we will try to get in touch asap.
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November 25, 2013, 09:08:42 PM
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wtf thats over 1000 usd for 20ghs  Shocked

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November 25, 2013, 09:10:31 PM
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Hi guys,

Sorry for some outage. But we are back with a new product.
If you haven't received an reply to email sent last week please resend it and we will try to get in touch asap.

nice to hear from you! hope you are well

i emailed you again

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November 27, 2013, 01:52:24 AM
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wtf thats over 1000 usd for 20ghs  Shocked

Are the prices listed on the top of this thread current?

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November 27, 2013, 11:19:13 AM
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considering he just added the new miner, yes lol.
i spent my money on a few th/s from blackarrow instead Smiley

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November 27, 2013, 11:50:52 AM
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~900$ for 20 GH ? LOL
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November 28, 2013, 06:36:06 AM
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Must admit, I too am really hoping for a price revision given the way the exchange rate has skyrocketed...

Probably should put something here.... Maybe an LTC address?
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November 28, 2013, 04:52:18 PM
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 Shocked 1000$ for 20G/h, without a heat sink and cooler. This is getting to the point of scamming people.

Almost the same if i ask 2 BTC for mine Bitburner fury (50Gh).

Prices are way to high, no more interest for me.


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November 28, 2013, 10:10:53 PM
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Shocked 1000$ for 20G/h, without a heat sink and cooler. This is getting to the point of scamming people.

Almost the same if i ask 2 BTC for mine Bitburner fury (50Gh).

Prices are way to high, no more interest for me.



now your just making me sad, i just sold my single for 3100 usd Tongue

think this guy is banking on attracting ppl like my buyer Tongue

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November 29, 2013, 05:35:51 PM
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~900$ for 20 GH ? LOL

Shocked 1000$ for 20G/h, without a heat sink and cooler. This is getting to the point of scamming people.

Almost the same if i ask 2 BTC for mine Bitburner fury (50Gh).

Prices are way to high, no more interest for me.



If you could find cheap asics we will do a cheap devices for you.
As a manufacturer we are interested in a wholesale that is why retail price is little high. But you may find resellers selling our miners with heatsinks and psu Smiley

Also lets get back to definition of "scamming". If we promised 30Gh and sent 20Gh units we were scamming, if we promised couple of months for product preorder and took money for a year we were scamming but we are just selling devises for our price. So if you don't like it just pass by and try to find another offers.


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November 30, 2013, 02:31:30 AM
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I think this new miner is well worth the funds!
I will be receiving one shortly and I will post an update after I have a chance to run tests.
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November 30, 2013, 08:43:41 AM
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drop the price at least 50%, then we'll be talking
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November 30, 2013, 10:52:12 AM
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Will the firmware on hashbuster.nano for the new protocol?
Maybe somebody got run hashbuster.nano with raspberry pi active hub? after my run on raspberry pi speed drops to 0 after a few minutes (on bfgminer 3.7.0

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November 30, 2013, 11:19:31 AM
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Yeah, I'm interested, but I would pay like... $500

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December 03, 2013, 11:15:01 AM
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need help
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ANY contact will be great
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December 03, 2013, 01:16:22 PM
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need help
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This is the HashBuster thread, not BitBurner...

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December 03, 2013, 03:57:57 PM
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Received hashbuster mini today.  Grin
Easy to setup and hashing with latest bfgminer in no time.
I have it running of the pi attached to my bit fury and am getting 22Ghs atm with no over clock

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need help
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We can sell you micro miner with chips desoldered from broken boards. At least if the chips are not burnt Smiley
Contact email is located on 1st topic post.
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December 03, 2013, 08:31:19 PM
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wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy over priced reduce price to reflect BTC value ill buy 10 depending on new price.
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wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy over priced reduce price to reflect BTC value ill buy 10 depending on new price.
I agree, I'm interested as well, even half price is too much imho
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December 03, 2013, 09:09:27 PM
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wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy over priced reduce price to reflect BTC value ill buy 10 depending on new price.
I agree, I'm interested as well, even half price is too much imho

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December 04, 2013, 12:44:06 PM
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price is too high!!

buying other bitfury board with half of your price it is possible to get double of hash power Roll Eyes
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price is too high!!

buying other bitfury board with half of your price it is possible to get double of hash power Roll Eyes

I you could get them any ware

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This is the HashBuster thread, not BitBurner...

Is the price still 0.86 on Eligius?

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December 05, 2013, 01:05:52 AM
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I am from Brazil and import taxes here a real big problem. What value do you set in the package for the miner? If the value is very low then I can definitly purchase one otherwise when it reaches here they charge you 60% on the value listed in the package!

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December 05, 2013, 01:22:46 AM
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At BTC1 for 20Gh you can buy a 50Gh on BFL for BTC2.1 and get 10 more Gh for the same price AND you get a case, fans and power supply.

WAY overpriced!

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December 06, 2013, 07:16:10 AM
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price is too high!!

buying other bitfury board with half of your price it is possible to get double of hash power Roll Eyes

You where saying
 
"Bad news is that the price is much higher. New H-cards will sell for 850€ a piece + VAT. Please don't blame me for the prices as I'm not the one who sets them."

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250249.msg3841095#msg3841095

Apparently us ones will be a similar price

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December 06, 2013, 09:33:54 AM
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funny part is, u can order from BFL now, they have in stock, cheaper and higher speed  Cheesy

also ... 20 GH will NEVER make ROI at this price ...
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December 06, 2013, 09:39:11 AM
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funny part is, u can order from BFL now, they have in stock, cheaper and higher speed  Cheesy

also ... 20 GH will NEVER make ROI at this price ...

Never said mining was sensible  Grin

Mine are doing 22 Ghs atm and will do more when I oc them so per Ghs price will be about the same.
Also BFL use a lot more power to get same hash.
Oh and its BFL  Shocked

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Yeah, the mining and scamming people for useless hardware game is over.

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December 06, 2013, 06:27:01 PM
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The Hashbuster Micro run great @ 20 to 23 GHash/s ! Wrote a small manual how to install bfgminer 8.3.0 with a small tweak for the driver.

http://miningonmyown.com/2013/12/06/short-manual-bfgminer-for-hashbuster-micro/

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At BTC1 for 20Gh you can buy a 50Gh on BFL for BTC2.1 and get 10 more Gh for the same price AND you get a case, fans and power supply.

WAY overpriced!

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December 08, 2013, 02:23:28 AM
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Actually, with BTC/USD @ ~$680, BFL little singles are about 2.2 BTC + shipping + replacing their fire-hazard power supply.

Hashbuster is the best bet right now I think.

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December 08, 2013, 08:54:59 AM
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I am interested in reusing chips from 2 old broken BitFurry boards (Cryptx version) and would like to know how feasible would this idea be. Can I order the full board minus the ASIC chips and have them soldered on the new board?

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its listed on main op post Smiley

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We still have a limited stock: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=348981.0
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