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March 10, 2011, 03:17:18 AM
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Hey fellow miners am new to mining, did it on a older system with couple of 4890's cards. I now have access to 4 computers each with 3x 6950 cards and 6 core cpu's could some one give me some insight on how I would go about in liking them up to 1 wallet so to speak or 1 instance of bitcoin running on one computer  with a good opencl miner and commands would have to set ect.., they all run windows 7 64bit. all help appreciated
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March 10, 2011, 03:19:00 AM
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Hey fellow miners am new to mining, did it on a older system with couple of 4890's cards. I now have access to 4 computers each with 3x 6950 cards and 6 core cpu's could some one give me some insight on how I would go about in liking them up to 1 wallet so to speak or 1 instance of bitcoin running on one computer  with a good opencl miner and commands would have to set ect.., they all run windows 7 64bit. all help appreciated

I would love to help you.  Private Message me so we can get started.

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March 10, 2011, 12:57:08 PM
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Hey fellow miners am new to mining, did it on a older system with couple of 4890's cards. I now have access to 4 computers each with 3x 6950 cards and 6 core cpu's could some one give me some insight on how I would go about in liking them up to 1 wallet so to speak or 1 instance of bitcoin running on one computer  with a good opencl miner and commands would have to set ect.., they all run windows 7 64bit. all help appreciated

I would love to help you.  Private Message me so we can get started.

am more looking to go solo, anyone have any suggestion or tutorials for network mining?
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March 10, 2011, 02:00:01 PM
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1. Enter your RPC details of choince (you must pick them for use in miners later) in your bitcoin.conf  (it can be in ~/.bitcoin on Linux, ~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin on Mac, not sure where on Windows) on your server:

Code:
rpcuser=YOUR_USERNAME
rpcpassword=YOUR_PASSWORD

2. Start a bitcoin server on one computer:

Code:
bitcoin -daemon

OR

bitcoin -server

The former starts in "background" and doesn't display any GUI, the latter displays like normal client, but allow external connections.

3. Start miners on your clients, for example using poclbm:

Code:
poclbm -rpcuser=YOUR_USER -rpcpassword=YOUR_PASSWORD -rpchost=YOUR_SERVER_IP

And you're done!
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March 10, 2011, 02:36:51 PM
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Not that simple - you need to add details to your bitcoin.conf so it will listen on a port (defining the rpcport).  Also, it is wise to define networks that are allowed to connect...

Code:
rpcuser=usernamehere
rpcpassword=passwordhere
rpcallowip=192.168.1.* (or whatever is appropriate for your LAN/needs)
rpcport=8332

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