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July 28, 2011, 01:43:47 PM
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Hello!

I try to setup the flexible mining proxy and I'm always getting the message : MSG: No enabled pools responded to the work request.

I use the latest git version (git://github.com/cdhowie/Bitcoin-mining-proxy.git)

I use php 5.3.2, apache 2.2 and mysql 5.1 (on centos 6 x86_64 every software is from the repository.)

I can access to the admin page and add the pools and workers (the username password of the worker is working)

I tried to add trailing "/" after the pool url... nothing changed...

In my php.ini config file, the setting (looking in phpinfo() in the same directory of the proxy)
- allow_url_fopen is On for bot local value and master value.  
- magic_quotes_gpc is Off for both local and master value.

In different forum this error is frequent, but the way to solve this seems to configure the allow_url_fopen and magic_quotes_gpc...

Using wireshark, I CANNOT see the proxy trying to query the pools.

in my error_log of apache I find that.  I tried to set the http_response_header but nothing has changed.  I can see the proxy loop 3 times since I

Code:
[Thu Jul 28 09:30:42 2011] [error] [client 192.168.0.XXX] PHP Notice:  Undefined variable: http_response_header in common.inc.php on line 125
[Thu Jul 28 09:30:42 2011] [error] [client 192.168.0.XXX] PHP Notice:  Undefined variable: http_response_header in common.inc.php on line 125
[Thu Jul 28 09:30:42 2011] [error] [client 192.168.0.XXX] PHP Notice:  Undefined variable: http_response_header in common.inc.php on line 125

note: I don't understand why, but this morning I can not connect to the proxy (locally using localhost 127.0.0.1 or it's IP address), I get seg fault ... yesterday evening I got the message : No enabled pools responded to the work request.

Help would be appreciated :-)

Thank you!
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MUST DISABLE SELINUX!!!   and don't add any trailing '/' after the port...
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