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April 03, 2015, 02:55:39 PM
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A happy and safe Passover to everyone on that side of the Earth!

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April 03, 2015, 07:49:27 PM
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A happy and safe Passover and Easter to everyone on that side of the Earth!

Fixed it for you.  No charge for bigotry removal.   Smiley


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April 04, 2015, 12:02:00 PM
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https://bitcoinfoundation.org/forum/index.php?/topic/1284-the-truth-about-the-bitcoin-foundation/

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April 04, 2015, 01:13:15 PM
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Wow.
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April 04, 2015, 01:32:12 PM
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Wow really, a central point of fail in a monetary system has failed? never in the history of moneys....
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April 04, 2015, 01:42:57 PM
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Good recap of previous episodes:
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/andreas-antonopoulos-leaves-bitcoin-foundation-complete-lack-transparency/

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April 04, 2015, 01:52:48 PM
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Wow thats a bomb! So happy Olivier joined the foundation. Jim and him are cleaning it and making it what is suppoce to be. Lets hope member will shake thing and vote to replace the board.

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April 04, 2015, 02:42:01 PM
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Why am I not surprised?

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Last edit: April 05, 2015, 01:37:39 AM by Biodom
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Not sure how bitcoin core will be maintained AFTER one year Oliveir's donation ends.
I think that industry has to pick up the slack or 10% of miners fees have to be allocated to maintaining the core PLUS fees has to increase approximately three-fold, which is unfortunate, but doable.
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April 05, 2015, 12:45:27 AM
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Hey anyone.  I have an SP30.  I have tried every version of firmware and contacted support.  i have Loop0, Loop1 and Loop2 that all do not hash.  Below are the asic stats section.  i have tried enabling and reenabling to no avail.  anyone know what is going on.  I purchased this from minersource 1 month ago new.  Spondoolies no longer supports rma for these.  this sucks.  i have opened the unit up.  all cables look fine, nothing looks or smells burnt.  again this sucks.

LOOP[0] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
0: disabled (serial problem)
1: disabled (serial problem)
2: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[1] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
3: disabled (serial problem)
4: disabled (serial problem)
5: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[2] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
6: disabled (serial problem)
7: disabled (serial problem)
8: disabled (serial problem)
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April 05, 2015, 03:13:26 AM
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Not sure how bitcoin core will be maintained AFTER one year Oliveir's donation ends.
I think that industry has to pick up the slack or 10% of miners fees have to be allocated to maintaining the core PLUS fees has to increase approximately three-fold, which is unfortunate, but doable.


Barely even feel it

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SPONDOOLIE! UPDATES!?!?!?
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April 05, 2015, 06:57:43 AM
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http://jason.dreyzehner.com/satoshi-nakamoto-day

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April 05, 2015, 08:07:48 AM
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Thanks for sharing.  It was an interesting read!!!

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April 05, 2015, 11:36:08 AM
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http://www.storypick.com/math-professor-april-fool-video/

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April 05, 2015, 12:08:31 PM
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check your power cable inputs at the rear of the unit and make sure they are tightly in place.  Check connection at power source for the same.

ey anyone.  I have an SP30.  I have tried every version of firmware and contacted support.  i have Loop0, Loop1 and Loop2 that all do not hash.  Below are the asic stats section.  i have tried enabling and reenabling to no avail.  anyone know what is going on.  I purchased this from minersource 1 month ago new.  Spondoolies no longer supports rma for these.  this sucks.  i have opened the unit up.  all cables look fine, nothing looks or smells burnt.  again this sucks.

LOOP[0] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
0: disabled (serial problem)
1: disabled (serial problem)
2: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[1] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
3: disabled (serial problem)
4: disabled (serial problem)
5: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[2] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
6: disabled (serial problem)
7: disabled (serial problem)
8: disabled (serial problem)
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April 05, 2015, 01:36:28 PM
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Hey anyone.  I have an SP30.  I have tried every version of firmware and contacted support.  i have Loop0, Loop1 and Loop2 that all do not hash.  Below are the asic stats section.  i have tried enabling and reenabling to no avail.  anyone know what is going on.  I purchased this from minersource 1 month ago new.  Spondoolies no longer supports rma for these.  this sucks.  i have opened the unit up.  all cables look fine, nothing looks or smells burnt.  again this sucks.

LOOP[0] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
0: disabled (serial problem)
1: disabled (serial problem)
2: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[1] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
3: disabled (serial problem)
4: disabled (serial problem)
5: disabled (serial problem)
LOOP[2] OFF TO:0 (test serial failed)
6: disabled (serial problem)
7: disabled (serial problem)
8: disabled (serial problem)

has it been like this sine day1, or just more recently? my guess is that the ribbon cable inside may be loose or poorly assembled. (I had an Sp20 where one loop was disabled because a single wire in the ribbon cable wasnt properly 'bitten' by the 'teeth' in the connector (its basically an IDE cable). 25min was more then enough to pop open the connector, see the offset wire, reseat it properly, and close everything up again for use

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April 06, 2015, 05:05:15 AM
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Shopping for  SP20E's - Is there a way to determine from the Serial Number that it is really an 'E' and not a plain SP20?  All of my SP20E's start with 'FL145xx" so I assume numbers higher than that are 'E's".  Does this make sense ?  Who has a really early 'E' machine that they could check ? 

OT: Does anyone remember 'E-Machine' computers, $299 desktops what a POS Smiley
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April 06, 2015, 05:25:22 AM
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OT: Does anyone remember 'E-Machine' computers, $299 desktops what a POS Smiley

Huge pos.

Go Big or Go Home.
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April 06, 2015, 07:12:32 AM
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Shopping for  SP20E's - Is there a way to determine from the Serial Number that it is really an 'E' and not a plain SP20?  All of my SP20E's start with 'FL145xx" so I assume numbers higher than that are 'E's".  Does this make sense ?  Who has a really early 'E' machine that they could check ? 

OT: Does anyone remember 'E-Machine' computers, $299 desktops what a POS Smiley

I normally use seeing if it says Jackson to tell, but I'm betting your right about a serial number difference.

On the OT:
Yes I do remember those E-Machines.  They promised never obsolete... i mean how could a E-machine be obsolete they had AOL on that thing!

Pic of never obsolete sticker they had: http://www.halfdone.com/Personal/Job/Pictures/ScrewUps/Never_obsolete_emachine.jpg (Did not do as image as it was to big and annoying for thread)
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April 06, 2015, 07:19:37 AM
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Shopping for  SP20E's - Is there a way to determine from the Serial Number that it is really an 'E' and not a plain SP20?  All of my SP20E's start with 'FL145xx" so I assume numbers higher than that are 'E's".  Does this make sense ?  Who has a really early 'E' machine that they could check ? 

OT: Does anyone remember 'E-Machine' computers, $299 desktops what a POS Smiley

I normally use seeing if it says Jackson to tell, but I'm betting your right about a serial number difference.

On the OT:
Yes I do remember those E-Machines.  They promised never obsolete... i mean how could a E-machine be obsolete they had AOL on that thing!

Pic of never obsolete sticker they had: http://www.halfdone.com/Personal/Job/Pictures/ScrewUps/Never_obsolete_emachine.jpg (Did not do as image as it was to big and annoying for thread)

 I worked pt at a pc shop ..a FEW of these E-machine montherboards folk would put in a tower and try to upgrade etc..most of them you could not do that ...but yeah
to my knowledge .....after a while we would not even work on them...just was not doable...we'd just tell the folks they were shot.....just not in the usual way..emachines were
'shot' from design at birth......

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