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March 14, 2014, 11:43:54 AM
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I'm wondering if there is a cgminer for gridseed?

Yes, for the BTC mining, but I haven't got it working for Mac and I hear it's not working for people on other platforms either

https://github.com/gridseed/usb-miner/tree/master/software/cgminer

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March 14, 2014, 11:47:10 AM
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well - my interest was in mining some other coins besides ltc and if I could get one that worked on my gridseeds I'd compare the code to the code used to mine from other currencies and make the changes necessary to mine something more profitable than ltc

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March 14, 2014, 11:57:53 AM
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well - my interest was in mining some other coins besides ltc and if I could get one that worked on my gridseeds I'd compare the code to the code used to mine from other currencies and make the changes necessary to mine something more profitable than ltc

If you know how, I'm one of many people who would appreciate improvements/fixes to the SHA256 code!

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March 19, 2014, 07:48:58 PM
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Is my gridseed broken??

this is the output (below) after I run this: "sudo ./minerd --freq=700 --gc3355=/dev/ttyACM0 --url=stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -u 1L4WAb43yGeN2KbeUK5HutpQHfeBP4Z2gS  -p anything -a scrypt "

on ubuntu linux but I am not seeing any stats in my user homepage at clevermining.com

[2014-03-19 13:45:29] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:29] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f00000079a6407 60317b600fed3e979dfbcfa0967d689f1b0fee17f45e650e1ee01e9d000000001b35978a214c01f 56c151184c801e8a4365669adb2afc226d4a40757ebddf26fd8f4f186f45b4599d269259a2fc5bb be0f2610fbed17bf939c2a00b37e3142a345329f3d21c14a8c200000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:45:36] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:37] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f0000006b85bef d98a09e0fed08910fedc90f7d160ace15c14009338b9009cb3f510a6900000001bf043e6a77223a f271706eb09d4494dca5f4b9e4da02605bf558f451e80cb6978893dfb49f4843d260606138c79f0 4736723b9064219ea6916b3ec9e12309ecd5329f3df1c0f7e9100000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:45:41] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:42] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f0000002209ad6 869690648f634aedf8df68c1ff404e02f744953814100a1df6ceaf56800000002b95c27109b38d5 4482fbf2098c9f3ca1c902ec74189ad61c09c23414dc03cdba51aac5c9ac18c3bd03b76e910b47f da977696e24635c13484f69be73e1941c3b5329f3e51b32ce1e00000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:46:06] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:46:06] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f000000cd72f60 9656171589e9c18e486c2c11fa2fa7081ead0c4d7bba0c3f3167c41dd000000024b1b2c206e55fc 59a2a2d978a0da7e764ff4d1437ba3c8d4073b15f88c012f14295fccf39e8bb66d13a579951e78c 50b315c81de89f92bd450bc763f5eb3fdbd5329f3e71b0b6ce800000000ffffffff
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March 19, 2014, 08:01:54 PM
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no man it's working!!!!

it takes time for the stats to show up...

now - next thing is for you to change your worker name to the name I give you...

ok?

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March 19, 2014, 08:08:22 PM
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no man it's working!!!!

it takes time for the stats to show up...

now - next thing is for you to change your worker name to the name I give you...

ok?


How long does it come up? Because it's been two hours I think. I used a cpu miner also and it showed up about 1 hour 1 minutes later...
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March 19, 2014, 08:41:51 PM
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no man it's working!!!!

it takes time for the stats to show up...

now - next thing is for you to change your worker name to the name I give you...

ok?


How long does it come up? Because it's been two hours I think. I used a cpu miner also and it showed up about 1 hour 1 minutes later...

if the stuff is scrolling by then it's one of two things:

1) they're incredibly slow
2) you entered someone else's work on your command line and they're seeing windfall profits!

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March 19, 2014, 10:03:01 PM
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no man it's working!!!!

it takes time for the stats to show up...

now - next thing is for you to change your worker name to the name I give you...

ok?


How long does it come up? Because it's been two hours I think. I used a cpu miner also and it showed up about 1 hour 1 minutes later...

if the stuff is scrolling by then it's one of two things:

1) they're incredibly slow
2) you entered someone else's work on your command line and they're seeing windfall profits!

Even if I entered someone else's address I should still be able to see it in the public stats page, btw that's how clevermining works. And still it says that I am an unknown user (clevermining will auto create username based on bitcoin address)
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April 05, 2014, 12:03:26 PM
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Is my gridseed broken??

this is the output (below) after I run this: "sudo ./minerd --freq=700 --gc3355=/dev/ttyACM0 --url=stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -u 1L4WAb43yGeN2KbeUK5HutpQHfeBP4Z2gS  -p anything -a scrypt "

on ubuntu linux but I am not seeing any stats in my user homepage at clevermining.com

[2014-03-19 13:45:29] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:29] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f00000079a6407 60317b600fed3e979dfbcfa0967d689f1b0fee17f45e650e1ee01e9d000000001b35978a214c01f 56c151184c801e8a4365669adb2afc226d4a40757ebddf26fd8f4f186f45b4599d269259a2fc5bb be0f2610fbed17bf939c2a00b37e3142a345329f3d21c14a8c200000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:45:36] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:37] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f0000006b85bef d98a09e0fed08910fedc90f7d160ace15c14009338b9009cb3f510a6900000001bf043e6a77223a f271706eb09d4494dca5f4b9e4da02605bf558f451e80cb6978893dfb49f4843d260606138c79f0 4736723b9064219ea6916b3ec9e12309ecd5329f3df1c0f7e9100000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:45:41] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:45:42] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f0000002209ad6 869690648f634aedf8df68c1ff404e02f744953814100a1df6ceaf56800000002b95c27109b38d5 4482fbf2098c9f3ca1c902ec74189ad61c09c23414dc03cdba51aac5c9ac18c3bd03b76e910b47f da977696e24635c13484f69be73e1941c3b5329f3e51b32ce1e00000000ffffffff
[2014-03-19 13:46:06] Stratum detected new block
[2014-03-19 13:46:06] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080ff7f000000cd72f60 9656171589e9c18e486c2c11fa2fa7081ead0c4d7bba0c3f3167c41dd000000024b1b2c206e55fc 59a2a2d978a0da7e764ff4d1437ba3c8d4073b15f88c012f14295fccf39e8bb66d13a579951e78c 50b315c81de89f92bd450bc763f5eb3fdbd5329f3e71b0b6ce800000000ffffffff


Same problem here in ubuntu 12.04 with gridseed

¿have you resolved?

my command is ./minerd --freq=600 --gc3355=/dev/ttyACM0  --url=stratum+tcp/freedom.wemineltc.com:3339  --userpass=u:p

and the output also similar after a couple of hours. No stat at wemineltc neither.

55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff000000d832c10 7dff3b19020663fdb6818386cb1afa2eb60f0abc4578caaa846e2698f00000002691b06ed449ed4 c6d794793dc9a4143b68314ce378b6e9fe51281465065413ca12e0b6c022b747484da4c3e169504 cca1fcd1fa5a83680b9e271d543114c64c5533feeac1b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 13:56:16] Stratum detected new block
[2014-04-05 13:56:16] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff000000abce629 2b53d1c9f5f5b3e5324d37668dc360cdcc4b41f5d3cbe9c8743e57134000000026f4f218d7c17be cd510c03759c794f0bfb96fadb042228c44002d256b7cb8706fd93cdedd3c98914a941cb6c585ad 00c00f1d3d809b29d37837b7dacd93e10b8533feeb01b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 13:56:51] Stratum detected new block
[2014-04-05 13:56:52] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff000000d9c1810 3573e61cb581fefc70fb5e458d1550c4be950f15e9df3606b285a160d000000029cfe7e393f1421 61585b6a69390c0586fa92bc504992b5be69053f9d3c0271c72cd1a9f3941dcaae16dee29c5bc57 478046433265c678bac0cbf2afdc9a6e588533feed41b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 13:57:38] Stratum detected new block
[2014-04-05 13:57:38] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff000000223daff 6bde16c62731afbf39c019faecebb0abfc2f7b28005f9a5691db5d3570000000229d379b4ad9c5e 0a64c6748e34fc30788d3f5f5595bbe31c71fd2597bf326e5f00b4ad1f176c00f7f6daef65be0cf b04cfa95e39c92231e9af26af3b5eeff4a5533fef031b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 13:58:38] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff000000e277ccc 931666d83e9f948c93d408be09c96fd66f3722d9233c7c84bb60ebb230000000229d379b4ad9c5e 0a64c6748e34fc30788d3f5f5595bbe31c71fd2597bf326e5fb489b005bb33ef1ce89f917ed4fc9 000a78d102b29ab4f20e130c8efb1b0d01d533fef3f1b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 13:59:38] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff00000026f8e3e 049c2ac7ccafe0f2ba311af391906f32fba3f9140ba51e53f7d55981c0000000229d379b4ad9c5e 0a64c6748e34fc30788d3f5f5595bbe31c71fd2597bf326e5f4e84cc0edf68dcbdcf969295c3b47 e38701c3f067960f169f7e8f51694795869533fef7b1b0b679600000000ffffffff
[2014-04-05 14:00:38] dispatching new work to GC3355 LTC core
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2810000000
>>> LTC : 55aa1f2813000000
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April 05, 2014, 01:45:16 PM
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that's what it's supposed to be doing!!!

you're accumulating shares

you don't get anything until your shares are confirmed and remember that the stats reported by most pools are innacurate.

personally - I don't mine LTC - it has not been performing well. I like Einsteinium and emc2.lifeforce.info - it pays a lot more every day.

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April 05, 2014, 01:49:41 PM
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by the way - you can run your freq at 850 - I do and you'll make more $$$

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 GSD  0: 6D78287E5148  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:278640 R:1024 HW:48 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  1: 6D8B507A5650  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:305408 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  2: 6D8427644857  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:327456 R:2048 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  3: 6D8617784857  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:309680 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  4: 6D8353A05650  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:299696 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  5: 6DA222764853  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:303328 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  6: 6D8B27634857  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:314432 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  7: 6D86578A5650  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:319376 R:2048 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  8: 6D8F275D4853  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:320224 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD  9: 6D8B57775650  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:272736 R:1024 HW:40 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 10: 6D92078E4853  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:329328 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 11: 6D76359A5650  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:329456 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 12: 6D8E40A94857  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:325440 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 13: 6D8F47734857  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:354208 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 14: 6D8748975650  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:326592 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 15: 6D8438A05251  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:308336 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 16: 6D98356A4853  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:322656 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 17: 6D79538A5650  850 MHz | 360.7K/355.9Kh/s | A:298224 R:   0 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
 GSD 18: 6D8113694857  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.9Kh/s | A:254576 R:   0 HW:64 WU:  0.3/m
 GSD 19: 6D9121754857  850 MHz | 360.8K/355.8Kh/s | A:308096 R:1024 HW: 1 WU:  0.4/m
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April 05, 2014, 02:14:26 PM
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I'm having the same issue as dansilber and godaimepoker. I'm using CentOS. My GPU stuff shows up on clevermining just fine. The Gridseed however does not (after 4 hours of mining).

EDIT: I ended up using CGMINER (the version that was forked specifically for Gridseeds) and it worked just fine.)
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Look im a total noob with ASICs, never had one, got some arriving in the mail any day now, as well as a Pi too, so ill be back asking some questions now doubt coz ima noob with linux too. I have a fair bit of experience using cgminer on windows with an R9 280x though so hopefully that will help. (A few years ago I managed to install FreeBSD on a PC and install or rather port a few things, No idea if I can remember anything. I had putty installed. I had a lot of help from a friend who is a assistant network admin at a university, but hes too busy these days to help me Sad)

What I do know a little about is electronics and a thing I am regularly seeing around the traps is reference to these things only using like 5 to 8w of power @ 12v however the recommended PSU is 12v 5amp? what tha?  I cant remember the Formula for calculating amps from watts & Volts (my science teacher did tell me, but typical as a kid nothing sticks lol. I supose I could google it) but at 240v AC (in Australia) 5 amps is equal to ~1200w, I find it hard to fathom that even at 12v 5 amps (I assume DC (and dunno if DC/AC makes diff to formula)) is equal to 5 to 8w. Whats going on there. These suckers are suposed to draw very little power? Voltage aint power, current is and 5 amps is a lot, its enough to cook your insides, so why the 5 amp recommendation? for one? Sure I get why for 5, 10, 15, 20 etc, but for one? 500ma should be plenty yeh? for one?

Anyway, its just something thats been bugging me. I intend (for a project, solarizing my rig) at 33c per Killawasp hour in most of straya I really wanna generate Crypto for free (other than HW) So I really need to get to the bottom of how much jiuce these little suckers need.

:-S to top it all off this very day Some company's are releasing a new generation of ASIC Scrypt miners set to out do the Gridseed 5 chipper. Meant to be 1000KH for less than 200 bucks on scrypt :/ yeh yeh you want a link? I wanna keep it secret as long as possible. But you will hear about them in coming days, so what the heck. They are still only pre order, but they are coming and apear to be made by the most unlikely of people: http://www.gawminers.com/the-fury-1-mh-s-asic-scrypt-miner-week-three/

So Cop that on ya weeties :/ So sorry I ordered gridseeds now, could have had Fury's (not bit fury's or red fury;s) or black windows or war machines lol

See y'all iun a fe days when my gear arrives. Hope customs dont keep it too long Cheesy
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May 04, 2014, 11:41:26 AM
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well - the gridseed blades are out - I have 3 of them in addition to my 20 gridseeds and tomorrow I'm ordering a 30Mhs unit from hashra - I still run my 3 mining rigs that all have R9 280x GPU (12 in total) for x11 and other oddball cryptos as long as the coin pays well.

why solarize? the technology is still in the stone age - talk that money and buy a gridseed blade or one of the hashra units

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I've got 2 5 chip miners hooked up to an Ubuntu 13.10 headless computer. Every so often it seems that Ubuntu re-disccovers one of the miners and give is a new /dev/ttyACMx... Obviously that means that that miner is then no longer being used by cpuminer...

Anyone else seen this happening?
Is there anyway to stop Ubuntu from re-discovering the miner and giving it a new /dev/ttyACMx ?

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I've got 2 5 chip miners hooked up to an Ubuntu 13.10 headless computer. Every so often it seems that Ubuntu re-disccovers one of the miners and give is a new /dev/ttyACMx... Obviously that means that that miner is then no longer being used by cpuminer...

Anyone else seen this happening?
Is there anyway to stop Ubuntu from re-discovering the miner and giving it a new /dev/ttyACMx ?

it's apparently dropping off line, hen re-appearing. I'm also running headless ubuntu with 20 gridseeds and have never had that happen. are you running them off a hub?


are you running any other tasks on this computer or is it simply for mining?

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May 04, 2014, 11:20:04 PM
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They are running off a 13 port hub.

Yep there are a number of other tasks running on this computer. Other than cpuminer some of the other stuff it's doing is:
  • bfgminer for bitcoin mining (A Butterfly Labs Jalapeno, and 3 Antminer U1 s plugged into the same USB hub)
  • Couchpotato
  • Sickbeard
  • BT Sync for backups of all other computers on the network
  • wfrog weatherstation software conected to an oregon scientifc weatherstation

Load is not an issue as the system hovers on load of around 0.1 - 0.2

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May 04, 2014, 11:21:35 PM
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They are running off a 13 port hub.

Yep there are a number of other tasks running on this computer. Other than cpuminer some of the other stuff it's doing is:
  • bfgminer for bitcoin mining (A Butterfly Labs Jalapeno, and 3 Antminer U1 s plugged into the same USB hub)
  • Couchpotato
  • Sickbeard
  • BT Sync for backups of all other computers on the network
  • wfrog weatherstation software conected to an oregon scientifc weatherstation

Load is not an issue as the system hovers on load of around 0.1 - 0.2

ok - I was going to recommend BAMT is you were not doing anything else on the computer because it boots off a stick and rock solid. I use it on my rigs

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May 04, 2014, 11:30:01 PM
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Thanks... I'll have a look at BAMT. It won't work on the computer I am using right now, but I might be able to find another one computer to use... :-)

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I have totally bummed out getting any software miner to detect a single gridseed ASIC on Windows 7 64 bit. tried bothe that standar driver STM32 or what ever as well as winusb via zadig, rinsed and repeated to no avail. tried 4 or 5 diff version of CG as well as BFG miner still nothing. they all detect my GPU though :/ but no seed. So now I am going to install linux onto a USB stick and try mining with Linux. Can someone recomend a good guide for people who are noobs with both ASICS and Linux Pretty Please!!!? Plenty of exp mining with CG miner on windows with GPU. Have alittle experience using FreeBSD some years back. Is there a Distro ready to go with gridseeds? and all I would have to do is change the pool/user/pass details? or am I dreaming there? Im pretty sure I have seen such things for GPUmining with *nix. But I have done some extensive googling and failed to find anything
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