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September 15, 2013, 07:36:15 PM
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Hi I was just wondering if someone knows how to start mining solo on minepeon cgminer at all?

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September 16, 2013, 01:38:16 PM
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You'd have to run your own Bitcoind on the Pi (I doubt that'd work due to storage and memory contraints), or point MinePeon to your Bitcoin-Qt on your main machine (running in server mode).



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September 16, 2013, 02:34:44 PM
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You'd have to run your own Bitcoind on the Pi (I doubt that'd work due to storage and memory contraints), or point MinePeon to your Bitcoin-Qt on your main machine (running in server mode).
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I think you understand "something" about Minepeon, Raspberry and more...
I´d like to make a test, maybe you can help me.
I want to mine SHA256 and Scrypt at the same time with minepeon and BFGminer.

I want to use some ASIC´s and FPGA´s for SHA256 and some GPU´s for Scrypt (can be done, there are some PCIE to USB adapters).
How can i do that?

Next step is run some CUDAminer (for Primecoin) beside BFGminer to make a dedicate low cost rig.
If you can give me a hand, i´ll appreciate.
Thanks!!!

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September 16, 2013, 06:09:30 PM
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You will have to run your QT client on a Windows PC, and then in your config file for that client you tell it to allow rpc connections from another PC (other than your localhost).  Then you point your minepeon to that Windows machine.

I have solo mined with a QT client running on my network, and then my BAMT rig pointed towards that Windows machine.

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November 26, 2015, 05:38:37 AM
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You will have to run your QT client on a Windows PC, and then in your config file for that client you tell it to allow rpc connections from another PC (other than your localhost).  Then you point your minepeon to that Windows machine.

I have solo mined with a QT client running on my network, and then my BAMT rig pointed towards that Windows machine.

mine isnt picking up when i point it at the windows computer.. any advice?

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