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https://getpimp.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/promo-video-index1.png

Yes, PIMP supports AMD and Nvidia in the same rig!

https://getpimp.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/pimp-logo-name-greenfg-goldtrim.png

What is PiMP OS?

PiMP is one of the most popular and trusted mining OS. It has been the standard for linux mining rig design since its inception in 2012.

Since then there have been many imitators!  If you never heard of PiMP OS, You are missing Mining's Best Kept Secret since 2014!

You download PiMP OS image file and write it to an SSD and it will be all ready to go as a professional mining rig.

PiMP OS has all of the software and tools you need for mining,
whether you are brand new to mining, or a professional farmer.


https://getPiMP.org

Portable Instant Mining Platform is By miners, for miners.

With PiMP, you can easily monitor and control your mining rigs:

1) By Typing easy commands, like `pimp --start 1`

2) Use miner.farm website to control.


Mine ALL the coins: Currently, PiMP supports ALL MINEABLE POW COINS listed on Whattomine! We actively add popular coins, algorithms, and miners.

Regular OTA Updates: pimpup OTA updates are delivered every 2 weeks with the latest fixes and updates.

Why PiMP?

GetPiMP sets the standard for bleeding edge mining platforms.
Supports ALL of the latest coins, algorithms, miners, and hardware.

Integrated monitoring and control.
There are several easy ways to monitor and control your mining operations. From home, work, and abroad, you can have the complete picture.

Increase your earnings.
PiMP products are designed with miners in mind. You get the best of both worlds: ease of use for new users, and powerful tools for professionals.

“PiMP OS and Miner.farm: The cutting edge of crypto currency mining software, in an easy to use package.”

PiMP is TRUSTED.
PiMP is already proven to put miners needs first. It has been downloaded nearly 200,000 times. The mining community knows PiMP and trusts PiMP because of this.

PiMP is ACTIVE.
The PiMP community has been strong and helping one another with new coins, algorithms, hardware, and techniques for years and will continue to be a powerful way to collaborate.

PiMP EVOLVES.
PiMP stands the test of time and will continue to provide the easiest way to mine with GPUs and ASICs using linux. You get everything we have learned making BAMT, PiMP, PoolManager, FarmWatcher, pimpupdate, sgminer, and many other things.

Customer Reviews

Review By: Louis
I tried Hivos and for me it was very confusing with no real user guide to follow, and it seems you have to restart the rig twice in order for Hiveos to log you in. Also, I found using claymore dual miner it was difficult to configure using Hivos drop down menu and...

Review by: TRB_1990
Hi! I have recently jumped over from Nicehash to Pimp OS and I am starting figure out this thing. I love that It is possible to start and stop "Miners" from the web-interface. That nice. :smiley: [...] (edited out technical support questions) B.t.w., I am so happy to...

Read more reviews at getpimp.org/reviews!

Miner.farm is the best web application available for monitoring and control.

PiMP Development's experience at the forefront of mining shows. PIMP team has created your favorite mining software such as BAMT 2, PiMP, PoolManager, SeedManager, FarmWatcher, and Miner.farm. With world-class support, business dev, and server experts. By miners, for miners.

Miner.farm is a key ingredient of PiMP OS, and it will soon be available for other platforms. Many new players in this field have been created based on this example. Here are some features.

Email Notifications
Stateful problem emails keep you informed immediately

Alert Profiles
Customize the thresholds for problems on miners

Custom View Options
Custom views to easily manage and view your farm as it grows

Remote Reboot
Restart agents, miners, rigs from the website

Remote Miner Control
Start, stop, and switch mining pools on your whole farm from the website

Problem Logging
See the problem history of your farm in detail

Farm Options
Name your farm and make your farm view private

Realtime Graphing
Know from across the room if your farm is running smooth

SSL secured agent
Encrypted connection to the server - no VPN or port forwards needed

Device Support
Run USB ASIC and CPU miners alongside your GPUs in the same easy interface

PiMP Community and Support is the Best

Best in class - with the most fun and helpful community.

The PiMP family, including founders, developers, support, beta testers, and large farmers, have been helping folks get mining for years.  They have seen, heard, and helped folks through amazing adventures.  But you have to be willing to listen to them, and not make assumptions.  Sometimes, its far easier and in the end, far more helpful, to simply double check and elimiate all assumptions cause the box something came in said X, Y, or Z... just check it, double check it, and realize if anyone can help you... this team of miners can help you pimp that rig into a stable and profitable rig.

The community is what gives you the edge in the end.  Not just a modern, reliable, uptodate, and continually patched and upgraded operating system... But a community that shares ideas, tunes, tweaks, bios changes, news, everything you need to mine effectively and efficently for months and years to come. We are made up of kids, professionals, hobbyists, everyone from all walks, working together to share tweaks, tunes, and information on the best pools, algorithms, miners, and more!

PiMP Forum

On the forum you can find lots of help videos, user submitted rig showcase, guides, and lots of general helpful information about crypto, mining, and more. You can also sign up for the PiMP Mining Magazine which comes via email every month. Thank you for joining our community!

PiMP Forum: https://forum.getpimp.org

Monthly Mining Magazine/Newsletter Signup: https://getpimp.org/news/

PiMP Discord Chat

Come join the fun in PiMP Discord Chat: a 24/7 Real time Mining Community with hundreds of miners around the world sharing tips about mining crypto currency. Our Clubhouse call is Wed 6PM EST every week! https://discord.me/pimp

PiMP Discord: http://discord.me/pimp

Come talk to us!

Links for More Info

Most of the information you want is on the forum. Here are some quick links to help you.

PiMP News / Blog: https://getpimp.org/category/newsposts/

Changelog: https://forum.getpimp.org/topic/4/updates-and-change-log/

Screenshots and Purchase Details: https://getpimp.org/shop/pimp/

Coming Soon - Teaser - Roadmap

Q4 2018: Miner.farm v3: complete overhaul, improvements in every way; multi-user support, manage your own PiMP Keys; web-based config management and storage


Community: Forum, Discord, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, SoundCloud

Licensing: One (1) license key per active machine / unlimited miners per licensed machine.

Base: Ubuntu 18.04 Linux (w/ system/security updates)

Desktop Enviroment: LXDE

Access: SSH, Local (desktop), RDP/VNC (remote desktop)

User Interface: Agent Console or Command Line

Monitoring: Local (desktop) & Remote (via miner.farm)

GPU Config: nVidia, AMD, & Mixed GPU (nVidia + AMD in the same machine)

Miner Config: Dual Mining (if supported by miner), multiple & duplicate miners

Teams: Staff, Developers, Support, & Beta Test

Current Version: v2.8.6

Tools: PiMPUP tool for OTA miner/system updates, GPUTOOL for automatic GPU OC settings

Downloads: 205,193

miner.farm Users: 5522

Years of Development: 6 years

Included Miners: 28+

Included Pools/Configs: 305+

Supported Coins: 484+




Key Automation:

Built-in GPU OC System (gputool)

Built-in Miner Update System (pimpup)

Adding & Removing Miners (Agent Console)

Starting & Stopping Miners (Agent Console)

Built-in Live Chat (IRC & Discord)

GPU Identification Tools (gputool)

Supported AMD GPU's:

AMD Radeon™ RX 580, RX 570, RX 560 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ RX 480, RX 470, RX 460 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 390X, R9 390 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 380X, R9 380 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 360 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 290X, R9 290 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 285 Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X, R9 Fury Graphics

AMD Radeon™ R9 Nano Graphics

Supported nVidia GPU's:

NVIDIA TITAN X (Pascal)

GeForce GTX 1080Ti, GTX 1080

GeForce GTX 1070Ti, GTX 1070

GeForce GTX 1060

P106-100

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, GTX 1050

GeForce GTX TITAN X

GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980

GeForce GTX 970, GTX 960, GTX 950

GeForce GTX 980M, GTX 970M, GTX 965M, GTX 960M, GTX 950M, GTX 945M

GeForce 940MX, 930MX, 920MX

GeForce 940M, 930M, 920M, 910M

GeForce GTX 880M, GTX 870M, GTX 860M, GTX 850M

GeForce 845M, 840M, 830M, 825M, 820M, 810M, 800M

GeForce GTX TITAN Z

GeForce GTX TITAN Black

GeForce GTX TITAN

GeForce GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780

GeForce GTX 770

GeForce GTX 760 Ti (OEM), GTX 760

GeForce GTX 750 Ti, GTX 750

GeForce GTX 745

Miners: (current as of 07/05/2018)

(amd) sgminer-gm: multialgo

(amd) sgminer-gm: eth

(amd) sgminer-gm: xmr

(amd) sgminer-gm: zcash

(amd) sgminer-gm: groestl

(amd) sgminer-gm: dash (x11)

(amd) sgminer-gm: lyra2v2

(amd) sgminer-gm: lyra2z

(amd) sgminer-pascal

(amd) sgminer-tpruvot: signatum/sigt/skunk

(amd) ethminer 0.16.0: ethash

(amd) optiminer 2.1.2: equihash/zcash/zcl/zen

(amd) claymore 12.6: zcash/equihash

(amd) claymore dual 11.8: eth+dcr/lbry/sia/pascal

(amd) claymore xmr amd 11.3:

(amd) sgminer-lbrycrd: lbc

(amd) nsgminer: neoscrypt

(amd) sgminer-revolvercoin: x11evo

(amd) sgminer-spreadcoinx11:

(amd) sgminer-raven: x16r

(nvid) ccminer: dash (x11)

(nvid) ccminer: lbry

(nvid) ccminer: dgb-skein

(nvid) ccminer: aeon

(nvid) ccminer: neoscrypt

(nvid) ccminer: lyra2v2

(nvid) ccminer: lyra2z

(nvid) ccminer: groestl

(nvid) ccminer: cryptonight/xmr

(nvid) ccminer-skunk

(nvid) ccminer-xevan

(nvid) ccminer-raven

(nvid) claymore dual 11.8: eth+dcr/lbry/sia/pascal

(nvid) ethminer 0.16.0: ethash

(nvid) bminer v8.0.0: zcash/equihash

(nvid) bminer v9.0.0: ethash/dual dcr/xvg

(nvid) dstm v0.6.1: zcash/equihash

(nvid) zenemy v1.11: x16r/xevan

(cpu) cpuminer-multi: xmr

(cpu) cpuminer-multi: aeon

(cpu/amd/nvid) xmrstak v2.4.5 (pimp2.5.1+): cryptonight

(asic) bfgminer: for usb gridseed/asics

(asic) cgminer-4.3.0: for usb gridseed/asics

(asic) cgminer-4.3.0: for usb zeus/asics

(asic) cgminer-4.10.0: for usb gekkoscience 2pac/asics

New mining software and mining software updates are all tested for stability before being released to PiMP OS users.

Be sure to check out the videos on the YouTube channel to see how quick and easy it is to use PiMP OS.

Thanks for taking the time to see what PiMP OS has to offer.
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Its 2019 and we are still here, making the best darn mining OS and services available!

Thank you for your support,
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===== Original Reply  Apr 2014 =============

This is it! The long awaited 64bit replacement to BAMT - All versions!

I fully support this version - PoolManager 1.3.1 is installed by default.

Get it!
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Image. Boot. Mine.

This is the philosophy behind PIMP. The easiest, most complete and up to date Linux mining distro is now ready for you!

Version 1.3.1 is available now at http://getpimp.org/

Get it!
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April 06, 2014, 06:00:56 PM
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Great job, just downloaded & installed 1.3 work great...

THere are 2 GPU miners i would like too install 2 the MMC & PTS miner from 1gh.com...

How would i go about it, too run does miners on the PIMP platform

Best Regards
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Can it work from a flashdrive ? Can someone please make a small step-by-step guide on how to install it on a flashdrive and start mining ? DLing anyway, looks promising.

edit: just noticed FAQ section here http://getpimp.org/faq.html , looks like it answers my question
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Hi, Im loving the release so far, Running beta 1.3.1, only problem so far is there is no data displayed for Temp/GPU/Mem speeds, hashing Darkcoin wtih 5xR290's @ 11.8GH

EDIT: After doing a planned reboot, all data is displayed properly!

Does anyone know if the WU rate is important with X11 coins?
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Great work.  Thanks.

Small bug in /opt/pimp/viewgpu the temp iterator should be k, not i.
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http://www.reddit.com/r/getpimp/comments/22ljyp/redd_twit_promo_follow_us_at/

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Just installed on a test rig.  Works great, Awesome work!
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You guys are the developers of BAMT 1.3 right? 

I saw how some people started to fork BAMT and continued calling it BAMT. 

Any chance for nVidia support any time soon?
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Great work with this distro.
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I have copied pimp 1.3.1beta from linux and windows vista to 3 different USB drives.  None will boot on 3 different rigs/diff mobos.  When I check the USB with Gparted the flag is set to boot but it does not boot, (I do not get "No Boot Device Found" error) but it still does not boot.  These rigs will boot with BAMT 1.3, 1.6, Cryptoslax and Xubuntu64.  I am sure this is something way simple, any ideas?


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April 11, 2014, 06:09:11 PM
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Have just installed this on 36 rigs and I must say, I am not going back! the simplicity of this os is stunning.

I do get a few issues with cards dropping out after a reboot, but firstboot seems to fix them.
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I really want to try this pIMP, but having problems making the PIMP USB boot.  I write the image (copy the linux terminal command from getpimp.org to write image) so I know I am doing exactly as instructed.  Everything is there and the boot flag is checked but my rigs wont boot on the USB.  I can take the exact same USB and write a BAMT/SMOS/Cryptoslax image and they all boot, but for some reason the PIMP USB will not boot  (tried 8 & 16 GB USB).  I have not seen ANY other comments like this, so I know it is me.  Can someone offer suggestions of what I should check so I can figure this out??  THANKS!!!


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April 12, 2014, 03:20:04 AM
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WIFI USB stick is not working.. any advice?
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I really want to try this pIMP, but having problems making the PIMP USB boot.  I write the image (copy the linux terminal command from getpimp.org to write image) so I know I am doing exactly as instructed.  Everything is there and the boot flag is checked but my rigs wont boot on the USB.  I can take the exact same USB and write a BAMT/SMOS/Cryptoslax image and they all boot, but for some reason the PIMP USB will not boot  (tried 8 & 16 GB USB).  I have not seen ANY other comments like this, so I know it is me.  Can someone offer suggestions of what I should check so I can figure this out??  THANKS!!!

Sorry everyone, I was doing this:
sudo dd if=pimp1.3.1beta.img of=/dev/sdb bs=1M

instead of this:
sudo dd if=pimp1.3.1beta.img of=/dev/sdb

I think it was making the boot sector the wrong size.


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April 12, 2014, 10:52:43 PM
Last edit: April 12, 2014, 11:20:28 PM by dice83
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Loving PiMP! I'm a newb and started messing around with BAMT and SMOS, both which had issues. PiMP was just easy. It worked right out of the box and I'm loving it. Thanks for spending so much time on this! Once I get some coins, I'll be sure to send a donation your way!

By the way, the Pool Manager is fantastic. Thanks Lily!  Smiley



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April 13, 2014, 08:50:02 AM
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I'm using the bee version of SMOS and it's been goin good so far. I connect to the miningrig through my desktop's browser and just change the Cgminer Config through the webinterface.
That's very simple to me, since i just make my configs in a .txt file (windows) and just copy paste to that webinterface. Then press restart and BAM, it's running what i want.
The only thing i'd like to change is to be able to run other things than just scrypt. AND i'd like to keep it simple as it is now. Is this possible with PIMP?
Can i just press a button through the webinterface from my desktop, making the miningrig change it's mining algorithm? or how is this best done the easiest way, from my desktop in windows?
I'm pretty n00b with linux.
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April 14, 2014, 02:11:16 AM
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you might check out my modded sgminer at https://github.com/badman74/sph-sgminer/tree/algo
it has scrypt, nscrypt, scrypt-jane, darkcoin, qubitcoin, myriadcoin-groestl, quarkcoin, fuguecoin, inkcoin, animecoin, groestlcoin, sifcoin and twecoin
all in one miner.
just check readme.md and /doc/configuration.md for info
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April 14, 2014, 05:28:32 AM
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you might check out my modded sgminer at https://github.com/badman74/sph-sgminer/tree/algo
it has scrypt, nscrypt, scrypt-jane, darkcoin, qubitcoin, myriadcoin-groestl, quarkcoin, fuguecoin, inkcoin, animecoin, groestlcoin, sifcoin and twecoin
all in one miner.
just check readme.md and /doc/configuration.md for info

Sounds great, I'd like to do this but is there any way you could take me (us) by the hand and tell step by step how to implement this in PIMP, with still being able to use it with all functions including the PoolManager?
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