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September 15, 2014, 09:10:53 AM
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What is blinking yellow, the PSU?

Have you tried the almighty restart yet?

You do know that you could be pulling more than 13A on the lead when running it at 120V?

the yellow led above the green one...

i have not, as i am more interested in understanding the meaning of the led sequence than anything else...at the moment. as i stated a few hours ago, i reset the max watts so it could 'relearn' its limit/s.

i do, however im not - 220-230V here.

any idea wrt the yellow led... the one thats flashing on the front of the rig? 9 times...?

thx.

Edgar, young fella, you should know that there is a certain tradition amongst old *nix wizard types. It is drilled into every devop, sysadm and device driver writer early in their professional career. It is called 'RTFM' where the manual is the source code. If you can't do this, you are SOL.

Variations on this unix crypto-culture are

a) if you want something done, code it and submit a pull request
b) how many github projects do you contribute to ?
c) marketDetailAgent send ( _.filterNot(mi => Exchange.canonicalize(mi.market) == market) :+ info )

Otherwise, the responses you get are going to be 'power cycle it and let me know if it works'

Thats just the way it is. It is a system designed to protect the innocent. Believe it or not. Take my word for it, you do not want to know what all those flashing lights mean. You just want your system to ROI. Good luck with that.



indeed, again it saddens me that you are so right!
why the fudge they cant manage to just say what needs to be said instead of acting like cunts is beyond me.
but then im not the one raking in millions (and still have to sell pre-orders) so wtf do i know.
fuck the leds, and fuck the 'so smart they cant be bothered' haters...
it seems that even squeaky wheels are starting to get ignored, bodes well for the future does it not...
so as 'the time for refunds/coupons has passed' where does that leave those among us, (presumably just myself) that chose neither as they had other issues going on?
either?
neither?
possible to use for/against something that will be delivered within the next 30 days?
its like getting blood from a stone (or trying to break even) here

Try calling me a cunt few more times and then ask me what /etc/init.d is.
Update me how that works out.
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What is blinking yellow, the PSU?

Have you tried the almighty restart yet?

You do know that you could be pulling more than 13A on the lead when running it at 120V?

the yellow led above the green one...

i have not, as i am more interested in understanding the meaning of the led sequence than anything else...at the moment. as i stated a few hours ago, i reset the max watts so it could 'relearn' its limit/s.

i do, however im not - 220-230V here.

any idea wrt the yellow led... the one thats flashing on the front of the rig? 9 times...?

thx.

Edgar, young fella, you should know that there is a certain tradition amongst old *nix wizard types. It is drilled into every devop, sysadm and device driver writer early in their professional career. It is called 'RTFM' where the manual is the source code. If you can't do this, you are SOL.

Variations on this unix crypto-culture are

a) if you want something done, code it and submit a pull request
b) how many github projects do you contribute to ?
c) marketDetailAgent send ( _.filterNot(mi => Exchange.canonicalize(mi.market) == market) :+ info )

Otherwise, the responses you get are going to be 'power cycle it and let me know if it works'

Thats just the way it is. It is a system designed to protect the innocent. Believe it or not. Take my word for it, you do not want to know what all those flashing lights mean. You just want your system to ROI. Good luck with that.



indeed, again it saddens me that you are so right!
why the fudge they cant manage to just say what needs to be said instead of acting like cunts is beyond me.
but then im not the one raking in millions (and still have to sell pre-orders) so wtf do i know.
fuck the leds, and fuck the 'so smart they cant be bothered' haters...
it seems that even squeaky wheels are starting to get ignored, bodes well for the future does it not...
so as 'the time for refunds/coupons has passed' where does that leave those among us, (presumably just myself) that chose neither as they had other issues going on?
either?
neither?
possible to use for/against something that will be delivered within the next 30 days?
its like getting blood from a stone (or trying to break even) here

Try calling me a cunt few more times and then ask me what /etc/init.d is.
Update me how that works out.

i see what you did there, again...


why bother even replying if its not to address the issue at hand??

repeatedly 'confusing' facts with misunderstandings/miscomprehension is all the rage in here eh..!!

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why are you intentionally ignoring my questions & focusing on pointless 'issues' ?







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September 15, 2014, 09:26:15 AM
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On a side note spondoolies you are all nice to us now..but just promise us you WON'T turn into KNC or BFL will ya

this post says it all (off topic feel free to skip it)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg8826686#msg8826686

anyway still want to get an sp20 ...still see no way to pull it off at hosting rates nor my 15c/kwh rates

others any advice....am I missing something (and yeah i know am using the correct figures for power 1100 watts duh ....)

anyway still have hopes up something down the line will work from spondoolies in the future (noise/watts/roi wise for home mining at my 15c/wkh rate)

trying to be positive here....anyway I'm sure it is the best price and watts spondoolies can do at this time ...more power to those who are buying

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September 15, 2014, 09:27:37 AM
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indeed, again it saddens me that you are so right!
why the fudge they cant manage to just say what needs to be said instead of acting like cunts is beyond me.

but then im not the one raking in millions (and still have to sell pre-orders) so wtf do i know.

fuck the leds, and fuck the 'so smart they cant be bothered' haters...

it seems that even squeaky wheels are starting to get ignored, bodes well for the future does it not...

so as 'the time for refunds/coupons has passed' where does that leave those among us, (presumably just myself) that chose neither as they had other issues going on?

either?

neither?

possible to use for/against something that will be delivered within the next 30 days??

its like getting blood from a stone (or trying to break even) here

All I am seeing here is karma that is coming back to you, who can't understand that the damn 3, 9, 13 blinks aren't relevant to the rest of the miner. It's like the HDD light is blinking on my computer while it boots up. My Windows can work ok or not, but the damn lights blink the same all the time. It's not that hard to understand this from the above posts.

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September 15, 2014, 09:45:56 AM
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indeed, again it saddens me that you are so right!
why the fudge they cant manage to just say what needs to be said instead of acting like cunts is beyond me.

but then im not the one raking in millions (and still have to sell pre-orders) so wtf do i know.

fuck the leds, and fuck the 'so smart they cant be bothered' haters...

it seems that even squeaky wheels are starting to get ignored, bodes well for the future does it not...

so as 'the time for refunds/coupons has passed' where does that leave those among us, (presumably just myself) that chose neither as they had other issues going on?

either?

neither?

possible to use for/against something that will be delivered within the next 30 days??

its like getting blood from a stone (or trying to break even) here

All I am seeing here is karma that is coming back to you, who can't understand that the damn 3, 9, 13 blinks aren't relevant to the rest of the miner. It's like the HDD light is blinking on my computer while it boots up. My Windows can work ok or not, but the damn lights blink the same all the time. It's not that hard to understand this from the above posts.

you may be right.    if karma is an ill-reading, victim-playing, sarcastic genius

however wouldnt it have been 'better' for all concerned if it was explained clearly the first time instead of 'forcing' the inquisitive to KEEP ASKING..??

at the same time as expending the nergy to write a paragraph of pointless shit??

no?


really dont know?


i see...



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you may be right.    if karma is an ill-reading, victim-playing, sarcastic genius

however wouldnt it have been 'better' for all concerned if it was explained clearly the first time instead of 'forcing' the inquisitive to KEEP ASKING..??

at the same time as expending the nergy to write a paragraph of pointless shit??

no?

really dont know?
i see...

2, 9, 13

I think karma is the most sarcastic thing ever and when it hits you, you have to take it like a man!

zvisha always replied to the subject when questions were asked and if he didn't gave you the reply that you wanted then it means that something is weird with the question or the situation. Paying attention and staying focused always pays better in the long run that being angry and complaining all the time*.

*Learned that from online games after a long time and after a lot of energy channeled towards the wrong things.

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September 15, 2014, 10:22:39 AM
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What is blinking yellow, the PSU?

Have you tried the almighty restart yet?

You do know that you could be pulling more than 13A on the lead when running it at 120V?

the yellow led above the green one...

i have not, as i am more interested in understanding the meaning of the led sequence than anything else...at the moment. as i stated a few hours ago, i reset the max watts so it could 'relearn' its limit/s.

i do, however im not - 220-230V here.

any idea wrt the yellow led... the one thats flashing on the front of the rig? 9 times...?

thx.

Edgar, young fella, you should know that there is a certain tradition amongst old *nix wizard types. It is drilled into every devop, sysadm and device driver writer early in their professional career. It is called 'RTFM' where the manual is the source code. If you can't do this, you are SOL.

Variations on this unix crypto-culture are

a) if you want something done, code it and submit a pull request
b) how many github projects do you contribute to ?
c) marketDetailAgent send ( _.filterNot(mi => Exchange.canonicalize(mi.market) == market) :+ info )

Otherwise, the responses you get are going to be 'power cycle it and let me know if it works'

Thats just the way it is. It is a system designed to protect the innocent. Believe it or not. Take my word for it, you do not want to know what all those flashing lights mean. You just want your system to ROI. Good luck with that.



indeed, again it saddens me that you are so right!
why the fudge they cant manage to just say what needs to be said instead of acting like cunts is beyond me.
but then im not the one raking in millions (and still have to sell pre-orders) so wtf do i know.
fuck the leds, and fuck the 'so smart they cant be bothered' haters...
it seems that even squeaky wheels are starting to get ignored, bodes well for the future does it not...
so as 'the time for refunds/coupons has passed' where does that leave those among us, (presumably just myself) that chose neither as they had other issues going on?
either?
neither?
possible to use for/against something that will be delivered within the next 30 days?
its like getting blood from a stone (or trying to break even) here

Try calling me a cunt few more times and then ask me what /etc/init.d is.
Update me how that works out.
Hi edgar, I think zvisha gave us the answer there. ssh onto the SP30 then look at the contents of /etc/init.d

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September 15, 2014, 10:24:18 AM
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As Collider said, yellow led is our system led for system analysis.
Like the led on you modem, hard drive or server.
It is used for our internal purposes and is subject to frequent changes.
One can see the leds logic of his specific version in the etc/init.d code if he has a curious mind and has some technical background.

Our main channel of communication is info@spondoolies-tech.com or support@spondoolies-tech.com.
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September 15, 2014, 10:35:47 AM
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As Collider said, yellow led is our system led for system analysis.
Like the led on you modem, hard drive or server.
It is used for our internal purposes and is subject to frequent changes.
One can see the leds logic of his specific version in the etc/init.d code if he has a curious mind and has some technical background.

Our main channel of communication is info@spondoolies-tech.com or support@spondoolies-tech.com.
I browse the forum searching for questions that are relevant to a large number of people and answer those to help a larger audience.

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Thanks zvisha, having Spond present on this thread answering questions is most appreciated. Makes this thread useful, and is why I personally take the time to follow it.

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September 15, 2014, 11:16:32 AM
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A question to spondoolies:

I ordered Sp-30 (September batch 1) and payed for it in the first half of June.
I already asked shipping and got no firm date for shipping in response, which is strange.

Did anybody else received their September orders?


I have had similar response when I asked as well. Be nice if we could get a more firm answer. I had hoped Sept batch 1 meant early Sept, but I should know better by now I guess.

Welcome to PREORDERing.  When they have something in stock I will purchase.

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Welcome to PREORDERing.  When they have something in stock I will purchase.
To be fair, even bitmain is taking pre-orders atm, and spondoolies has never shipped anything later than advertised.

Most of the hardware available for direct purchase is obsolete 1W/GH (or higher) hardware.
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September 15, 2014, 01:03:44 PM
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Is September Batch 2 shipping now ?
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September 15, 2014, 01:08:21 PM
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A question to spondoolies:

I ordered Sp-30 (September batch 1) and payed for it in the first half of June.
I already asked shipping and got no firm date for shipping in response, which is strange.

Did anybody else received their September orders?


I have had similar response when I asked as well. Be nice if we could get a more firm answer. I had hoped Sept batch 1 meant early Sept, but I should know better by now I guess.

Welcome to PREORDERing.  When they have something in stock I will purchase.

My unit was shipped today. It was the last day of the first half of the month, but it was done on schedule (1st batch-1st half), I appreciate it.
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A question to spondoolies:

I ordered Sp-30 (September batch 1) and payed for it in the first half of June.
I already asked shipping and got no firm date for shipping in response, which is strange.

Did anybody else received their September orders?


I have had similar response when I asked as well. Be nice if we could get a more firm answer. I had hoped Sept batch 1 meant early Sept, but I should know better by now I guess.

Welcome to PREORDERing.  When they have something in stock I will purchase.

My unit was shipped today. It was the last day of the first half of the month, but it was done on schedule (1st batch-1st half), I appreciate it.

Still waiting on my units to ship (Sept Batch 1). I remember after I made my payment there was still September Batch 1 on SP website for about 2 weeks, so I'm expecting them to ship mine any day now right SP?
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Is September Batch 2 shipping now ?

Never mind got my answer by deduction.
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September 15, 2014, 02:53:40 PM
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Maybe Sponds PR or sales department should correct these guys:
http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-mining-can-longer-ignore-moores-law/

ridiculous : S3 posted as 3Th, BTC garden at 3.5Th, Spond is NOT there at 4.5 TH (real machine) and some stupid minerscube is indicated at 8.5 Th (I don't think that it is real-sounds scammy)
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Maybe Sponds PR or sales department should correct these guys:
http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-mining-can-longer-ignore-moores-law/

ridiculous : S3 posted as 3Th, BTC garden at 3.5Th, Spond is NOT there at 4.5 TH (real machine) and some stupid minerscube is indicated at 8.5 Th (I don't think that it is real-sounds scammy)
Thanks, I've alerted Coindesk.

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September 15, 2014, 03:16:59 PM
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Maybe Sponds PR or sales department should correct these guys:
http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-mining-can-longer-ignore-moores-law/

ridiculous : S3 posted as 3Th, BTC garden at 3.5Th, Spond is NOT there at 4.5 TH (real machine) and some stupid minerscube is indicated at 8.5 Th (I don't think that it is real-sounds scammy)
Thanks, I've alerted Coindesk.

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A lot of people have alerted them, but Coindesk keeps saying that they rely on data by bitcoin.it...  and so they keep promoting some scammers... this is not what I would call journalism at all....

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September 15, 2014, 03:26:37 PM
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Maybe approach it from a different angle and speak to bitcoin.it, oh yeah spondoolies is already on there.

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September 15, 2014, 03:39:58 PM
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Coindesk is biased to who pays them.
Their business model depends on it.
They also do not fact check worth a dam either.
Hence the article that was a copy pasted blog post that they only acknowledged after the community as a whole called them out for it.
They need to be much more clear in how they write their articles when they do them.


Maybe Sponds PR or sales department should correct these guys:
http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-mining-can-longer-ignore-moores-law/

ridiculous : S3 posted as 3Th, BTC garden at 3.5Th, Spond is NOT there at 4.5 TH (real machine) and some stupid minerscube is indicated at 8.5 Th (I don't think that it is real-sounds scammy)
Thanks, I've alerted Coindesk.

Guy

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