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October 26, 2014, 01:33:24 PM
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another question: in boinc there is only 3 of 4 cards are calculte, 4th card just staying without task. Is it possible to make all 4 cards working? And what i should do that task comes more difficult? I think this is no good for card when gpu load jumping from 0 to 100 percent several times in one minute http://joxi.ru/XYmE85kRhNK4r6 Thanks
How did you make your cards work?
How traderman said, this is very important what kind of team are you chose, because some teams dont support ati\nvidia cards

while choosing a project, I'm looking if it has ati's logo... Now I'm contributing CPUs only. The team, well, I change between 2 of them only: gridcoin or researchsupportcoin... now I see new version of GRC wallet, that has problems syncing, so I'm in RSC team again. version 3.1.6.8 - or there's a newer one?
RSC is better because it's sure that you receive your coins. And GRC's PoR is not so sure, because it's not very clear when you get the coins, how much of them, and you loose what you've earned at each wallet upgrade.

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October 26, 2014, 01:36:22 PM
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Right now there is some fork issues that need to be fixed, so till we fix that you should stay away for now!

another question: in boinc there is only 3 of 4 cards are calculte, 4th card just staying without task. Is it possible to make all 4 cards working? And what i should do that task comes more difficult? I think this is no good for card when gpu load jumping from 0 to 100 percent several times in one minute http://joxi.ru/XYmE85kRhNK4r6 Thanks
How did you make your cards work?
How traderman said, this is very important what kind of team are you chose, because some teams dont support ati\nvidia cards

while choosing a project, I'm looking if it has ati's logo... Now I'm contributing CPUs only. The team, well, I change between 2 of them only: gridcoin or researchsupportcoin... now I see new version of GRC wallet, that has problems syncing, so I'm in RSC team again. version 3.1.6.8 - or there's a newer one?
RSC is better because it's sure that you receive your coins. And GRC's PoR is not so sure, because it's not very clear when you get the coins, how much of them, and you loose what you've earned at each wallet upgrade.
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October 26, 2014, 02:42:06 PM
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I still have "all CPU projects exhausted" ... since 3 days. BOINC is running and made a lot of work... RAC should be no problem

This is my config:

cpumining=true
email= *email*
UpdatingLeaderboard=false


Any ideas...sorry I´m a "semi noob"   ;-)

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October 26, 2014, 02:58:21 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324118.msg9292582#msg9292582

I still have "all CPU projects exhausted" ... since 3 days. BOINC is running and made a lot of work... RAC should be no problem

This is my config:

cpumining=true
email= *email*
UpdatingLeaderboard=false


Any ideas...sorry I´m a "semi noob"   ;-)

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October 26, 2014, 03:30:49 PM
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Right now there is some fork issues that need to be fixed, so till we fix that you should stay away for now!
A clear statement! Finally Smiley
I hope that you fix it.


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One of my rigs was getting many interest payments , but not many POR blocks and I could not figure out what the problem was. It turns out that I had Boinc installed in a different directory than the the default Boinc install dir. So if your Boinc is installed in a non-default dir you have to specify this in your gridcoinresearch.conf file.

boincappdir="where you installed Boinc"
boincdatadir="where the Boinc data fold is located"

After I made the change I started getting POR blocks. I think what is happening is that if the GRC wallet can't see your stats you are classified as an "INVESTOR" and you are only awarded the interest! So once you specify to the wallet where your Boinc data is, the wallet can then see your work and give you appropriate credit for the POR block!

What to put in boincappdir and boincdatadir if the machines running boinc are NOT the laptop where the wallet is?

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October 26, 2014, 04:42:23 PM
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Alicea, I am not the developer of Gridcoin! Rob is!

You technically don't need those lines, all you need is the email="your boinc email", but one of of my rigs once i added the boincappdir and boincdatadir that particular wallet started getting POR blocks, maybe it was coincidence.

Right now there is some fork issues that need to be fixed, so till we fix that you should stay away for now!
A clear statement! Finally Smiley
I hope that you fix it.


FRIENDLY TIP!!!!

One of my rigs was getting many interest payments , but not many POR blocks and I could not figure out what the problem was. It turns out that I had Boinc installed in a different directory than the the default Boinc install dir. So if your Boinc is installed in a non-default dir you have to specify this in your gridcoinresearch.conf file.

boincappdir="where you installed Boinc"
boincdatadir="where the Boinc data fold is located"

After I made the change I started getting POR blocks. I think what is happening is that if the GRC wallet can't see your stats you are classified as an "INVESTOR" and you are only awarded the interest! So once you specify to the wallet where your Boinc data is, the wallet can then see your work and give you appropriate credit for the POR block!

What to put in boincappdir and boincdatadir if the machines running boinc are NOT the laptop where the wallet is?
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October 26, 2014, 04:59:01 PM
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is it boincdatadir or boincdatafolder?

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October 26, 2014, 05:25:31 PM
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boincdatadir

is it boincdatadir or boincdatafolder?
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October 26, 2014, 06:44:26 PM
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You technically don't need those lines, all you need is the email="your boinc email", but one of of my rigs once i added the boincappdir and boincdatadir that particular wallet started getting POR blocks, maybe it was coincidence.


So, you are saying, that you are running multiple wallets?

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October 26, 2014, 07:02:35 PM
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I have several wallets on different rigs, not multiple on 1 rig!



You technically don't need those lines, all you need is the email="your boinc email", but one of of my rigs once i added the boincappdir and boincdatadir that particular wallet started getting POR blocks, maybe it was coincidence.


So, you are saying, that you are running multiple wallets?
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October 26, 2014, 07:18:09 PM
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I have several wallets on different rigs, not multiple on 1 rig!



You technically don't need those lines, all you need is the email="your boinc email", but one of of my rigs once i added the boincappdir and boincdatadir that particular wallet started getting POR blocks, maybe it was coincidence.


So, you are saying, that you are running multiple wallets?

you told me something different,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324118.msg9284650#msg9284650
are you  making jokes of us or what?

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October 26, 2014, 07:30:30 PM
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Gridcoin has a steep learning curve and daily changes,
if you choose to stay away from https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/464-gridcoin-grc/
but start to insult traderman, you risk loosing a community member
who cares to inform others.
Your specific topic has changed in that you need not have different CPIDs on various clients.
Most questions can be anwered at http://wiki.gridcoin.us

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You need to learn to read English! The boincdatadir and boincappdir are optional commands, they are not necessary! And NO you do not need to have wallet on every computer that is running Boinc! The only thing that has to be the same is the email you use to register for Boinc projects!

I have several wallets on different rigs, not multiple on 1 rig!



You technically don't need those lines, all you need is the email="your boinc email", but one of of my rigs once i added the boincappdir and boincdatadir that particular wallet started getting POR blocks, maybe it was coincidence.


So, you are saying, that you are running multiple wallets?

you told me something different,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324118.msg9284650#msg9284650
are you  making jokes of us or what?
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October 26, 2014, 07:51:06 PM
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Gridcoin has a steep learning curve and daily changes,
if you choose to stay away from https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/464-gridcoin-grc/
but start to insult traderman, you risk loosing a community member
who cares to inform others.
Your specific topic has changed in that you need not have different CPIDs on various clients.
Most questions can be anwered at http://wiki.gridcoin.us


I've read all of that few times.

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October 26, 2014, 07:58:23 PM
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You need to learn to read English! The boincdatadir and boincappdir are optional commands, they are not necessary! And NO you do not need to have wallet on every computer that is running Boinc! The only thing that has to be the same is the email you use to register for Boinc projects!

I've quoted it wrong. I'm not talking about boincdatadir and boincappdir.

I'm just curious, why did you told, that I need just one wallet,
and you are running few. This is the main thing I'm confused.
No offense.

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October 26, 2014, 08:04:20 PM
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Because I was testing to see how the wallet behaves on different hardware with different configurations and see if one crashed more often than the other and to test for forking! 

You need to learn to read English! The boincdatadir and boincappdir are optional commands, they are not necessary! And NO you do not need to have wallet on every computer that is running Boinc! The only thing that has to be the same is the email you use to register for Boinc projects!

I've quoted it wrong. I'm not talking about boincdatadir and boincappdir.

I'm just curious, why did you told, that I need just one wallet,
and you are running few. This is the main thing I'd like to know.
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October 26, 2014, 09:27:54 PM
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I found a lot infos in that wiki- Thanks!
Maybee I found my mistake... my Boinc projects (I´m using BOINC since at least 5 years or longer) was not joined with the gridcointeam.
I joined it and hope that will solve the problem. Until now nothing changed in the wallet but I think I have to wait now for at least a day


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324118.msg9292582#msg9292582

I still have "all CPU projects exhausted" ... since 3 days. BOINC is running and made a lot of work... RAC should be no problem

This is my config:

cpumining=true
email= *email*
UpdatingLeaderboard=false


Any ideas...sorry I´m a "semi noob"   ;-)


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October 26, 2014, 09:45:27 PM
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boincdatadir

is it boincdatadir or boincdatafolder?

I can see a new commit on github, should I compile it and test, or it's better to wait till tomorrow?

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October 26, 2014, 11:07:48 PM
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I have been running the latest version and so far it has been pretty stable, you should try it.

boincdatadir

is it boincdatadir or boincdatafolder?

I can see a new commit on github, should I compile it and test, or it's better to wait till tomorrow?
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October 26, 2014, 11:23:34 PM
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Gridcoin has best day ever, 17,771,094 points today!

Retweet: https://twitter.com/GridcoinNetwork/status/526513663700520960

http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/team/detail/118094994/bestxdays

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