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April 09, 2011, 09:56:39 AM
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Hello,

I'm attempting to run my the bitcoind client locally while connecting with poclbm from GPUs on the same machine.  I would rather not hash on the CPU but I still want the client to broadcast found blocks.

Does anyone know if bitcoind will broadcast blocks found by poclbm clients if I have the server flag on but the generate flag turned off?  If this doesn't work, is there another way to run the server without actively hashing on the CPU?

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bitcoind -server will start the daemon, read blocks, but not generate
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