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January 22, 2014, 12:37:07 AM
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Great, now that everything is stable, I'll be posting later about the vision of this project and milestones! Time to move on to actually implementing what I set out to do.

maybe you should remove http://cpu-pool.net/ from the front page, its still stuck on block 4500

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January 22, 2014, 12:58:03 AM
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Great, now that everything is stable, I'll be posting later about the vision of this project and milestones! Time to move on to actually implementing what I set out to do.

maybe you should remove http://cpu-pool.net/ from the front page, its still stuck on block 4500

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January 22, 2014, 01:05:39 AM
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Hmmm very weird miner. Not sure if I should solo or pool...hmmm...

(just a 2600k FYI)

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January 22, 2014, 01:13:43 AM
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Hmmm very weird miner. Not sure if I should solo or pool...hmmm...

(just a 2600k FYI)

i would suggest pool, and make sure your using version 1.1 its on page 12 :-)

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January 22, 2014, 01:18:41 AM
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Hmmm very weird miner. Not sure if I should solo or pool...hmmm...

(just a 2600k FYI)

i would suggest pool, and make sure your using version 1.1 its on page 12 :-)
You think the diff too high for solo? And thanks for the version update. I didn't see it. The new miner has 64 support and it seems to be working a bit faster. Much appreciated. Cheers

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January 22, 2014, 01:22:05 AM
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Hmmm very weird miner. Not sure if I should solo or pool...hmmm...

(just a 2600k FYI)

i would suggest pool, and make sure your using version 1.1 its on page 12 :-)
You think the diff too high for solo? And thanks for the version update. I didn't see it. The new miner has 64 support and it seems to be working a bit faster. Much appreciated. Cheers

i would suggest pool until diff change:

Network Info
Difficulty   6.10650391
Est Next Difficulty   2.35155526 (Change in 389 Blocks)

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January 22, 2014, 03:14:04 AM
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NEW POOL

Ive setup a new pool for xcoin, with a twist.

first 20 to switch over gets credited 20 xco after being active for 1 week.

AND

every 7 days there is a lottery, ( 1 ticket per active user, per day, totally 7) the winning pot is 50 % of the fees, plus the next 3 weeks i will
throw in 100 xco on top of that.

pool is PPLNS fee is 2% (50% goes to the lottery pot) full block rewards.

xco.lotterymining.com  

Everything works now, with alot of help from bigal, and the pool is finding blocks :-)

Well, that's fun, I joined up!  But now, if I had to stop for a few minutes to reset or something, does that break up my being active for a week?  Or do we get a little leeway as I'd like to upgrade to the new miner, but it's not working for me yet?Huh  Thanks, this sounds fun Smiley

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January 22, 2014, 03:40:46 AM
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On every pool I've tried, my worker keeps going off line?  However, my miner keeps giving me lines such as:

[2014-01-21 19:31:29] thread 2: 460462 hashes 9.79 khashe/s
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stratum detected new block

So I am pretty sure I'm connected, but my workers keep going on strike.  Please, does anyone have any idea why?

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January 22, 2014, 04:27:06 AM
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On every pool I've tried, my worker keeps going off line?  However, my miner keeps giving me lines such as:

[2014-01-21 19:31:29] thread 2: 460462 hashes 9.79 khashe/s
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stratum detected new block

So I am pretty sure I'm connected, but my workers keep going on strike.  Please, does anyone have any idea why?


At 9.8kh/s your hash rate is low enough that you're not getting shares very regularly so the pool software is thinking you went away. However, you're still be credited on the stratum side when you do receive shares so I wouldn't worry about it.

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January 22, 2014, 04:57:45 AM
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Thanks, that makes me feel better Smiley  Sometimes I get 112 kh/s then I disappear again.  Is this normal?  I just have a dual core processor... AMD phenom II X2 565 3.40 Ghz

Do my results sound correct for that processor?  Thanks so much for your help  Smiley

Also, I'm trying to compile ig0tik3d's latest version on Ubuntu and it seems I'm missing a install.sh and don't know where to find it.  Can anyone help, it's not in the package ??

Thanks Smiley

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January 22, 2014, 07:40:12 AM
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Thanks, that makes me feel better Smiley  Sometimes I get 112 kh/s then I disappear again.  Is this normal?  I just have a dual core processor... AMD phenom II X2 565 3.40 Ghz

Do my results sound correct for that processor?  Thanks so much for your help  Smiley

Also, I'm trying to compile ig0tik3d's latest version on Ubuntu and it seems I'm missing a install.sh and don't know where to find it.  Can anyone help, it's not in the package ??

Thanks Smiley

do the following to compile it:

sh ./autogen.sh
./configure
make -j number_of_cores

./minerd etc....

NEW POOL

Ive setup a new pool for xcoin, with a twist.

first 20 to switch over gets credited 20 xco after being active for 1 week.

AND

every 7 days there is a lottery, ( 1 ticket per active user, per day, totally 7) the winning pot is 50 % of the fees, plus the next 3 weeks i will
throw in 100 xco on top of that.

pool is PPLNS fee is 2% (50% goes to the lottery pot) full block rewards.

xco.lotterymining.com 

Everything works now, with alot of help from bigal, and the pool is finding blocks :-)

Well, that's fun, I joined up!  But now, if I had to stop for a few minutes to reset or something, does that break up my being active for a week?  Or do we get a little leeway as I'd like to upgrade to the new miner, but it's not working for me yet?Huh  Thanks, this sounds fun Smiley


dont worry there is leeway :-) its checked several times a day :-)

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January 22, 2014, 08:27:37 AM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.

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January 22, 2014, 08:34:38 AM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.
seems like the pool your in hasnt been lucky yet..

just wait for the next difficulty change, there you will be making more again :-)

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January 22, 2014, 08:37:40 AM
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hmm, all I can see is Clone

Images in the SRC/QT are 100% just Litecoin

and litecoin SRC/QT are 99.9% like bitcoin ? or like Tenebrix (first scrypt dead coin)
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January 22, 2014, 11:40:39 AM
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address for donations: XgPvibJZjbZs6UhsHgjUo5qpYinX1R4sSv

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January 22, 2014, 11:43:20 AM
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address for donations: XgPvibJZjbZs6UhsHgjUo5qpYinX1R4sSv
mine  Grin

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January 22, 2014, 01:43:49 PM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.

Anyone that has EVER mined at pool.xcoin.co please login and look to see if you have coins. Apparently we mined about 20 blocks and I just got the site to pay everyone for their backwork  Grin

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January 22, 2014, 02:05:32 PM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.

Anyone that has EVER mined at pool.xcoin.co please login and look to see if you have coins. Apparently we mined about 20 blocks and I just got the site to pay everyone for their backwork  Grin

Unable to login: Account locked.

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January 22, 2014, 02:24:38 PM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.

Anyone that has EVER mined at pool.xcoin.co please login and look to see if you have coins. Apparently we mined about 20 blocks and I just got the site to pay everyone for their backwork  Grin

Unable to login: Account locked.

FireWalkerX

Unlocked, try again

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January 22, 2014, 02:34:12 PM
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Christ, when is this gonna pay out even just a little.

Anyone that has EVER mined at pool.xcoin.co please login and look to see if you have coins. Apparently we mined about 20 blocks and I just got the site to pay everyone for their backwork  Grin

Unable to login: Account locked.

FireWalkerX

Unlocked, try again

perfect :-)

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