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Author Topic: Bounty for BID: Make me a ubuntu live cd (iso) for mining with 2 ati-5970s.  (Read 1377 times)
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March 10, 2011, 05:38:27 PM
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I've seen people selling hard drives I just want a live cd I can run from usb disk or even install on the HD.

I've tried several times to install ubuntu, followed the guides and was not able to get around some of the errors I was getting. I dont really understand the syntax's and basic structure of a linux OS so I have a very hard time trouble shooting anything. I would like to essentially use my two 5970's with poclbm to mine solo or via the various pools. I would like links on the ubuntu desktop to the various utilities I would need, if possible.

Payment would be made after confirming that this actually works for me, if it does not and I was given support we can work something out for your trouble.

Due to possible security issues it would be nice to get this from a known member of the community. Please PM me your bid.
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March 10, 2011, 06:59:08 PM
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I've seen people selling hard drives I just want a live cd I can run from usb disk or even install on the HD.

I've tried several times to install ubuntu, followed the guides and was not able to get around some of the errors I was getting. I dont really understand the syntax's and basic structure of a linux OS so I have a very hard time trouble shooting anything. I would like to essentially use my two 5970's with poclbm to mine solo or via the various pools. I would like links on the ubuntu desktop to the various utilities I would need, if possible.

Payment would be made after confirming that this actually works for me, if it does not and I was given support we can work something out for your trouble.

Due to possible security issues it would be nice to get this from a known member of the community. Please PM me your bid.

Sorry to tell you, but a live CD isn't going to help you off these problems.

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March 10, 2011, 11:07:51 PM
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I've seen people selling hard drives I just want a live cd I can run from usb disk or even install on the HD.

I've tried several times to install ubuntu, followed the guides and was not able to get around some of the errors I was getting. I dont really understand the syntax's and basic structure of a linux OS so I have a very hard time trouble shooting anything. I would like to essentially use my two 5970's with poclbm to mine solo or via the various pools. I would like links on the ubuntu desktop to the various utilities I would need, if possible.

Payment would be made after confirming that this actually works for me, if it does not and I was given support we can work something out for your trouble.

Due to possible security issues it would be nice to get this from a known member of the community. Please PM me your bid.

Sorry to tell you, but a live CD isn't going to help you off these problems.

Joey,
I understand your thinking, but as I understand it there are people already running there miners with similar setups from custom live cd's.

But you could be right I should change the rules for my post to having someone help me via remote desktop or somthing.
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