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May 09, 2014, 09:56:00 PM
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Hi,

I am trying to setup a test system with cgminer accessing miners over the Internet. I have a Windows box running USB Redirector Server with 2 devices attached (Antminer and BitFORCE SHA256 SC), and an Ubuntu 12.04 box running the USB Redirector Client.

I can connect to the USB devices: "lsusb" and "cgminer -n" work as expected, but when I try to mine, cgminer terminates with signal 4, Illegal instruction:

#0  fill_device_drv (drv=0x679360) at cgminer.c:7696
7696            if (!drv->max_diff)

I have tried several versions of cgminer, included the last one at the time of this writing (4.3.3).

Am I trying to achieve something that is feasible? Any suggestion on what to do next?  Huh

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May 17, 2014, 10:09:10 PM
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the next version of ScalaMiner (0.3) will have out-of-the-box remoting support. I've been using it for remote development and developing with miners that dont seem to get along with OSX (remote linux machine).

I'm curious what your use case is with this?
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