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June 23, 2015, 04:08:28 PM
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Dear, michelem!
Thank you for a new build Minera.
There was a question: is it possible in future builds, the ability to customize miners to different pools separately?
Best regards, waiting for your reply.

What do you mean? Can you explain please?

@Norville thanks for feedback, looking at that

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June 24, 2015, 01:18:12 PM
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is it possible to install this on windows without virtualbox?
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June 24, 2015, 03:47:07 PM
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is it possible to install this on windows without virtualbox?

No, you need a Linux (Debian based) system.

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June 24, 2015, 05:06:43 PM
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Still no link to download 0.6 version? Are you waiting to finish 0.6.1 version?

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June 24, 2015, 05:09:42 PM
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Still no link to download 0.6 version? Are you waiting to finish 0.6.1 version?

Link is available since week, what's your problem?

v0.6.0 -> http://getminera.com/download/latest
MIRROR -> https://mega.co.nz/#!aZ9XVYbY!w8lCDJX4Z0DuEy86jCcc0xj5eqhGxXu0bHGb4zHIfXM

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June 24, 2015, 05:27:17 PM
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Still no link to download 0.6 version? Are you waiting to finish 0.6.1 version?

Link is available since week, what's your problem?

v0.6.0 -> http://getminera.com/download/latest
MIRROR -> https://mega.co.nz/#!aZ9XVYbY!w8lCDJX4Z0DuEy86jCcc0xj5eqhGxXu0bHGb4zHIfXM
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June 25, 2015, 09:09:00 AM
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Hi,

where can i download older versions of minera?
i have a lot of trouble with the new 0.6.0 version.
the main Problem for me is, that the poolhashrate is going down over the day to zero.
when i restart the miner  it went back to normal and after 30 mins ou can see that it starts going down step by step.
and also on the pool side the hashrate goes down the same way.

I was mining with Minera 0.4.0 without any problems sometimes over weeks.

My config:
Raspery Pi 2 with Gridseed Blade miner (40 Chips)

On the Minera0.4.0 Image I had additional two Gridseed mini miner and this worked without any problem.
On Miner 0.6.0 i got detection problems with this double configuration, the minera was not able to detect all miners.


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June 25, 2015, 09:39:02 AM
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Hi,

where can i download older versions of minera?
i have a lot of trouble with the new 0.6.0 version.
the main Problem for me is, that the poolhashrate is going down over the day to zero.
when i restart the miner  it went back to normal and after 30 mins ou can see that it starts going down step by step.
and also on the pool side the hashrate goes down the same way.

I was mining with Minera 0.4.0 without any problems sometimes over weeks.

My config:
Raspery Pi 2 with Gridseed Blade miner (40 Chips)

On the Minera0.4.0 Image I had additional two Gridseed mini miner and this worked without any problem.
On Miner 0.6.0 i got detection problems with this double configuration, the minera was not able to detect all miners.


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I don't think that's a Minera problem and you should avoid using an old version because the new ones have a lot of bug fixes.

What's the miner software you are using? I bet that could be the "problem" and could be solved with some more info about your environment.

BTW as stated in the first post of this thread you can download any version you want (but again I really don't recommend to do it):

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If you need a previous image file version you can get it by pointing your browser to http://getminera.com/releases/minera-<VERSION_NUMBER>.img.zip where VERSION_NUMBER is something like this: "0.3.7", so for example: http://getminera.com/releases/minera-0.3.7.img.zip

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June 25, 2015, 09:59:46 AM
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minera running now for over 8 days stright was longer but forgot to see how its doing before moving miners into there new home in garage with my 3 s1's undervolted 1 s1 stock clock and 1 s2 stock clock

running raspberry pi b+ 512 stock clock
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running like a champ now im loving this update mich

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June 25, 2015, 08:20:48 PM
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Dear, michelem!
Thank you for a new build Minera.
There was a question: is it possible in future builds, the ability to customize miners to different pools separately?
Best regards, waiting for your reply.

What do you mean? Can you explain please?



Sorry for the previous incorrect question ..
Can the implementation of the adjustment of each connected device to work with its own pool?
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June 25, 2015, 08:46:34 PM
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Hi,

I have a little problem with the dashboard. It didin`t get any data, so its refreshing all the time.
Then I have in the logfile  the message: Invalid work_id: ...
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June 26, 2015, 07:13:24 AM
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URGENT - PLEASE READ - MOBILEMINER IS SHUTTING DOWN

Hello guys, I'm sorry to be here to announce this but yesterday evening  I received an email from Nate Wools (Mobileminer author) telling me his service is going to be shut down on 1th July 2015.

That said, you have to turn off Mobileminer from your Minera before 1th July (I'd recommend you to turn off it ASAP).

What does happen if you leave it on? Probably nothing, but your Minera will still try to connect to that service every minute and you will probably suffer from timeouts, so it's really better if you turn off it before the service will be shut down.

Unfortunately I can't do anything but completely remove it in the next Minera version I'm going to release in about a week.

We should be really thankful to Nate for all his work and I wanna personally thanks him for all his efforts. Thanks Nate!

This is the Nate email every MobileMiner API user received:

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Dear MobileMiner API user,

We thank you for your support in adopting the MobileMiner API for mobile monitoring of home mining. Unfortunately home mining is no longer a realistic and profitable endeavor, which has lead a significant number of miners to cease operations or cut their costs. This leaves MobileMiner in an unfortunately situation where it no longer makes sense to offer as a service.

This email serves as an additional notice that the MobileMiner service will be shutting down as of July 1st, 2015. At this time the mobile apps have been removed from their respective stores and notices have been places on web properties. On July 1st the websites and APIs will be taken offline.

Nate Woolls

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June 26, 2015, 03:02:47 PM
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URGENT - PLEASE READ - MOBILEMINER IS SHUTTING DOWN

Hello guys, I'm sorry to be here to announce this but yesterday evening  I received an email from Nate Wools (Mobileminer author) telling me his service is going to be shut down on 1th July 2015.

That said, you have to turn off Mobileminer from your Minera before 1th July (I'd recommend you to turn off it ASAP).

What does happen if you leave it on? Probably nothing, but your Minera will still try to connect to that service every minute and you will probably suffer from timeouts, so it's really better if you turn off it before the service will be shut down.

Unfortunately I can't do anything but completely remove it in the next Minera version I'm going to release in about a week.

We should be really thankful to Nate for all his work and I wanna personally thanks him for all his efforts. Thanks Nate!

This is the Nate email every MobileMiner API user received:

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Dear MobileMiner API user,

We thank you for your support in adopting the MobileMiner API for mobile monitoring of home mining. Unfortunately home mining is no longer a realistic and profitable endeavor, which has lead a significant number of miners to cease operations or cut their costs. This leaves MobileMiner in an unfortunately situation where it no longer makes sense to offer as a service.

This email serves as an additional notice that the MobileMiner service will be shutting down as of July 1st, 2015. At this time the mobile apps have been removed from their respective stores and notices have been places on web properties. On July 1st the websites and APIs will be taken offline.

Nate Woolls

Let me know if this poses a problem or if you need something delayed until you can put out a release. The domain will still resolve but should result in an HTTP 503. I'd be happy to put something in place to help if this causes an issue (such as a dummy endpoint that returns HTTP 200).

I'm also talking to a couple of folks about continuing on the service under other stewardship, so if you do remove the functionality you may want to make it conditional (for now).

Let me know if there's anything I can do to make the transition smoother.

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June 26, 2015, 10:53:24 PM
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Nate,
This is a bummer.
Thanks for working so hard on this and putting out a great service.



URGENT - PLEASE READ - MOBILEMINER IS SHUTTING DOWN

Hello guys, I'm sorry to be here to announce this but yesterday evening  I received an email from Nate Wools (Mobileminer author) telling me his service is going to be shut down on 1th July 2015.

That said, you have to turn off Mobileminer from your Minera before 1th July (I'd recommend you to turn off it ASAP).

What does happen if you leave it on? Probably nothing, but your Minera will still try to connect to that service every minute and you will probably suffer from timeouts, so it's really better if you turn off it before the service will be shut down.

Unfortunately I can't do anything but completely remove it in the next Minera version I'm going to release in about a week.

We should be really thankful to Nate for all his work and I wanna personally thanks him for all his efforts. Thanks Nate!

This is the Nate email every MobileMiner API user received:

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Dear MobileMiner API user,

We thank you for your support in adopting the MobileMiner API for mobile monitoring of home mining. Unfortunately home mining is no longer a realistic and profitable endeavor, which has lead a significant number of miners to cease operations or cut their costs. This leaves MobileMiner in an unfortunately situation where it no longer makes sense to offer as a service.

This email serves as an additional notice that the MobileMiner service will be shutting down as of July 1st, 2015. At this time the mobile apps have been removed from their respective stores and notices have been places on web properties. On July 1st the websites and APIs will be taken offline.

Nate Woolls

Let me know if this poses a problem or if you need something delayed until you can put out a release. The domain will still resolve but should result in an HTTP 503. I'd be happy to put something in place to help if this causes an issue (such as a dummy endpoint that returns HTTP 200).

I'm also talking to a couple of folks about continuing on the service under other stewardship, so if you do remove the functionality you may want to make it conditional (for now).

Let me know if there's anything I can do to make the transition smoother.

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June 28, 2015, 12:42:27 PM
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Having a problem.

I am running a raspberry pi B+ with 2 gridseed blades.
Fresh install of software on sd card and everything works fine. I check on it for a while and looks like everything is good.
I check on it a few hours later and I can't connect to the raspberry pi.

I can see it on my network but will not connect. I then have to power down by just unpluging it. At this point I have to reinstall os and everything is good again for a couple of hours.


Any Ideas?
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June 29, 2015, 09:53:09 AM
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Having a problem.

I am running a raspberry pi B+ with 2 gridseed blades.
Fresh install of software on sd card and everything works fine. I check on it for a while and looks like everything is good.
I check on it a few hours later and I can't connect to the raspberry pi.

I can see it on my network but will not connect. I then have to power down by just unpluging it. At this point I have to reinstall os and everything is good again for a couple of hours.

Any Ideas?

Yes, SD Card corrupted, try another one. If you can't find a solution, please look at /var/log/syslog after you reboot if you can.

@nwools: no problem, if the domain still responds that's sufficient, they won't get timeouts. Thanks again and hope you can find someone to take up the project.

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June 29, 2015, 05:38:53 PM
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Hello all. I have a Peppermining Habenero that I'm trying to get running on Minera but the default clock is just causing too many problems including lots of buss resets. How can I do an entry in the extra options of the cgminer to change the clock speed?. All the command lines I have seen don't seem to do anything except keep cgminer from starting.
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June 29, 2015, 05:44:30 PM
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Minera was bestowed upon thee by Christ..

Oh wait, it's just an amazing piece of software.

There is a reason I always donate.

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June 29, 2015, 05:44:56 PM
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Hello all. I have a Peppermining Habenero that I'm trying to get running on Minera but the default clock is just causing too many problems including lots of buss resets. How can I do an entry in the extra options of the cgminer to change the clock speed?. All the command lines I have seen don't seem to do anything except keep cgminer from starting.

To change the Habanero clock from Cgminer you should use the option :

Code:
--hfa-hash-clock <clockspeed>

But you should ask it to the Cgminer thread (or better a Habanero one if exists).

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July 03, 2015, 08:33:13 AM
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Minera 0.6.1 is out!

Hello guys,
I hope you are doing well, this is a small update to fix some crap I did in the past Wink
I'm so sorry but you can't update from 0.6.0 to 0.6.1 via Web interface because I made a mistake in 0.6.0 and web update cannot start (shit!).

SO IF YOU HAVE 0.6.0 AND ONLY 0.6.0 TO UPDATE YOU MUST FOLLOW THESE STEPS:

* connect via SSH to your Minera and do:

Code:
cd /var/www/minera
sudo git fetch --all && sudo git reset --hard origin/master && sudo ./upgrade_minera.sh

When it finished you can refresh your web page.

Here is the 0.6.1 Changelog

* Fixed time donation for cgminer users
* Fixed Cgminer Dmaxl pool hashrate bug
* Added remember dashboard panels status collapsed or not
* Added dashboard panel settings enable/disable
* Removed any reference to MobileMiner (service was shut down read here)
* Added bitstamp rates Usd + Eur in mining profitability panel
* Fixed bug with update...shit! I'm sorry for this Sad

Hope you like it, have a great Weekend!

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