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May 17, 2014, 11:15:54 AM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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You should give this a try then. I haven't tried it myself.

 I'm using the easy-miner from the OP.

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May 17, 2014, 11:25:17 AM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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You should give this a try then. I haven't tried it myself.

 I'm using the easy-miner from the OP.

that actually worked.. i'm surprised. thx a lot!

guess i'm mining then.. pool now says i have 4.0 hash / sec.

i'll keep going and return when i need help using the actual wallet Wink

thx a lot for the help, much appreciated!
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Tested and approved.

monero.crypto-pool

How to use :

Linux
./simpleminer --pool-addr=monero.crypto-pool.fr:5555 --login=youraddress --pass x

Windows
Open a command prompt and type :
D:\(the path)\bitmonero.win64\simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=monero.crypto-pool.fr:5555 --login=youraddress --pass x

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May 17, 2014, 11:30:51 AM
Last edit: May 17, 2014, 12:10:07 PM by DLow
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wooohoooo, 5.00 H.

edit: 8.00 and counting.

edit: 9.00!

edit: 10

edit: 13. man i'm blowing this wide open.

edit: 20.73. and that's only 6 of 8 cores.

edit: back down to 10.. pfff..
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May 17, 2014, 12:11:22 PM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

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You should give this a try then. I haven't tried it myself.

 I'm using the easy-miner from the OP.

that actually worked.. i'm surprised. thx a lot!

guess i'm mining then.. pool now says i have 4.0 hash / sec.

i'll keep going and return when i need help using the actual wallet Wink

thx a lot for the help, much appreciated!
Happy to help Wink

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May 17, 2014, 12:21:00 PM
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Guys, is new efficient miner available? If so, how to build it, mine, etc.? I tried to use cpuminer-multi, but only 1 minute from the start I got a couple of accepts on pool and then nothing forever. What is wrong?
Same here. I'm using simpleminer. There is no optimized miner (the current is more then 3 times faster then the first version we had available), but NoodleDoodle will release an optimized miner if it's working without bugs.

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May 17, 2014, 01:08:51 PM
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The nethash rise to double since last day because someone has a optimized cpu minning tool
And he said he will not share it free
I want know how many guys using the minning tool?
And when did the DevGroup launch the new minning tool?

How do you know this?

The person who discovered the poor optimisation of the code has been fair and open about the discovery. What mining they may have done with two PC, is a drop in the ocean.
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May 17, 2014, 01:29:41 PM
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Good news, I have manually paid out everyone for the first 8 blocks of moneropool.org. Automatic payments should now work as long as no one tries to mine with an invalid address.
I received 15 monero but I was on moneropool.com so I should not have receive any yet and no one was supposed to send me any. Here is the transaction ID if that helps: 7f2f5d57026896df7714b64e669cfb0a333647ed80d85a348154a030dae9111b

Thank you.

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May 17, 2014, 01:32:47 PM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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Would any kind soul be able to come up with something similar for Linux? Manually restarting simpleminer every couple of minutes is driving me nuts!
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May 17, 2014, 01:33:43 PM
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I received 10M. From Reddit giveaway I suppose  Smiley. I am giving back to the community. Just tweet: #Monero internet money, true anonymity (your MRO address)
First 3 will receive 3MRO.
Retweeted Smiley. Although the giveaway is probably over, publicity for monero is always good.

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May 17, 2014, 01:34:12 PM
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how much time to sync without the blockchain? I cant realize where to put the chain in order for the wallet to use it. srsly.

long time.

are you on windows 7 or 8? If so, it goes here: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Bitmonero\blockchain.bin

thank you very much, it synched alright, but now when I open my wallet.bin it says it couldnt connect to daemon host:8080 w/e ....

any1 help on this?

Hi Policymaker,

Could you copy and paste the exact error you're having? Also if you're wanting to mine using a pool, you can just use this rather than mucking around with the wallet:

https://github.com/zone117x/cryptonote-easy-miner

It generates a wallet address for you and lets you manage mining with a pool all in a windows GUI.


Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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Would any kind soul be able to come up with something similar for Linux? Manually restarting simpleminer every couple of minutes is driving me nuts!


If you recompile from the latest sources it fixes this issue.


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Good news, I have manually paid out everyone for the first 8 blocks of moneropool.org. Automatic payments should now work as long as no one tries to mine with an invalid address.
I received 15 monero but I was on moneropool.com so I should not have receive any yet and no one was supposed to send me any. Here is the transaction ID if that helps: 7f2f5d57026896df7714b64e669cfb0a333647ed80d85a348154a030dae9111b

Thank you.

That might have been from the Reddit giveaway?
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How awesome would it be if you joined forces with Myriad?
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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Would any kind soul be able to come up with something similar for Linux? Manually restarting simpleminer every couple of minutes is driving me nuts!


If you recompile from the latest sources it fixes this issue.




Thanks for your reply, but I only compiled it yesterday. It doesn't look like it's been updated since then.
I don't know enough to throw together a script but I'm sure it wouldn't take much - just something to automatically reconnect when the miner stops.
Maybe if someone more knowledgeable's having the same issue they'll rustle something up.  
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So looks like I'm averaging about 20h/s, could be higher with all 8 cores and not working simultaneously.

Should I take a shot at solo mining?
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May 17, 2014, 02:05:04 PM
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How awesome would it be if you joined forces with Myriad?

Not possible, unfortunately. Remember, the Monero code shares little similarity with anything forked from Bitcoin (Myriadcoin is forked from Zetacoin which is forked from Bitcoin). The RPC APIs are incompatible, the blockchains share no similarity (Monero doesn't even use Berkley DB as a data store), and the way transactions are managed and transferred is equally different.

That having been said, there are definitely features from both coins that the devs can learn from and reimplement, and I think a spirit of cooperation and not competition is important.

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How awesome would it be if you joined forces with Myriad?

Not possible, unfortunately. Remember, the Monero code shares little similarity with anything forked from Bitcoin (Myriadcoin is forked from Zetacoin which is forked from Bitcoin). The RPC APIs are incompatible, the blockchains share no similarity (Monero doesn't even use Berkley DB as a data store), and the way transactions are managed and transferred is equally different.

That having been said, there are definitely features from both coins that the devs can learn from and reimplement, and I think a spirit of cooperation and not competition is important.

Any other dev: look at this! This is how we all move forward.

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So looks like I'm averaging about 20h/s, could be higher with all 8 cores and not working simultaneously.

Should I take a shot at solo mining?

Good question - I just sorted out an ubuntu box to mine on, and then noticed the pools.  According to the pool stats I'm putting out 39H/s.. but the concern is the network hash rate is huge.. 572KH/s.

At this stage, it looks like solo mining isn't gonna work?



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So looks like I'm averaging about 20h/s, could be higher with all 8 cores and not working simultaneously.

Should I take a shot at solo mining?

Good question - I just sorted out an ubuntu box to mine on, and then noticed the pools.  According to the pool stats I'm putting out 39H/s.. but the concern is the network hash rate is huge.. 572KH/s.

At this stage, it looks like solo mining isn't gonna work?




Moneropool.org says 1.75 .. down from 2.x this morning..
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May 17, 2014, 02:25:17 PM
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Thanks for your reply, but I only compiled it yesterday. It doesn't look like it's been updated since then.
I don't know enough to throw together a script but I'm sure it wouldn't take much - just something to automatically reconnect when the miner stops.
Maybe if someone more knowledgeable's having the same issue they'll rustle something up.  

Ah strange, I compiled from sources recently and don't seem to have this issue.

If you launch simpleminer with a script (in terminal) you can do something like:

Code:
#!/bin/bash  
#grep -c processor /proc/cpuinfo > numcores.txt

bash_suck_level=2001

while [ $bash_suck_level -ge 2000 ]; do
./simpleminer --pool-addr=198.199.79.100:5555 --login=[ADDRESS] --pass x

done;

This just puts it into an infinite loop of running simpleminer, so whenever it closes it gets launched again. Keep in mind that you still need to run 8 instances if you want 8 threads.
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