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May 29, 2012, 06:10:47 AM
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Great guide!

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Added "gen=0" to litecoin.conf

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July 06, 2012, 02:51:38 PM
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I have merged Mining with BTC / NMC configured as described.

I mined 2 day's with ~13GH/s on it and the NMC balance stay's at 0.

in the logfile i find only "2 Got new merged mining work!"

is this o.k. or is something wrong?

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July 06, 2012, 11:12:41 PM
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I have merged Mining with BTC / NMC configured as described.

I mined 2 day's with ~13GH/s on it and the NMC balance stay's at 0.

in the logfile i find only "2 Got new merged mining work!"

is this o.k. or is something wrong?
You have to find a block. Merged mining doesn't work by the share, it is full solo-mining.

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July 07, 2012, 05:27:06 AM
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I have merged Mining with BTC / NMC configured as described.

I mined 2 day's with ~13GH/s on it and the NMC balance stay's at 0.

in the logfile i find only "2 Got new merged mining work!"

is this o.k. or is something wrong?
You have to find a block. Merged mining doesn't work by the share, it is full solo-mining.

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should get more than 2 new merged mining work messages though. 

i think you get a new one after every namecoin transaction + block solve, but at the very least a block solve triggers it.  so should be ~6 an hour

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August 29, 2012, 11:53:36 AM
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I'm having issues running p2pool. Got everything installed step by step as in the guide and when I exec this command:
screen -d -m -S btcp2pool ~/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --give-author 0 usuariox SupEr3421Senha_SECRETAandGRandE
it just doesn't do anything. I had bitcoin client running already on my machine, but I also installed bitcoind, and tried to run either bitcoind, or bitcoin-qt. Neither options got me past this step. Any ideas?

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August 29, 2012, 01:19:05 PM
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I'm having issues running p2pool. Got everything installed step by step as in the guide and when I exec this command:
screen -d -m -S btcp2pool ~/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --give-author 0 usuariox SupEr3421Senha_SECRETAandGRandE
it just doesn't do anything. I had bitcoin client running already on my machine, but I also installed bitcoind, and tried to run either bitcoind, or bitcoin-qt. Neither options got me past this step. Any ideas?

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I'm having issues running p2pool. Got everything installed step by step as in the guide and when I exec this command:
screen -d -m -S btcp2pool ~/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --give-author 0 usuariox SupEr3421Senha_SECRETAandGRandE
it just doesn't do anything. I had bitcoin client running already on my machine, but I also installed bitcoind, and tried to run either bitcoind, or bitcoin-qt. Neither options got me past this step. Any ideas?

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I don't know what to say, is it now popular to be a jerk? Am I supposed to understand something in the code I'm copy/pasting and which is not working at all?

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August 29, 2012, 03:43:21 PM
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August 29, 2012, 03:45:28 PM
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This is Great and all, But P2Pool seriously needs a gui.... It's such a headache to follow all the steps to get everything running, Vs regular mining setup time is like.... 15mins for a beginner?

Does P2Pool still have FPGA issues?

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August 29, 2012, 03:47:07 PM
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I'm having issues running p2pool. Got everything installed step by step as in the guide and when I exec this command:
screen -d -m -S btcp2pool ~/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --give-author 0 usuariox SupEr3421Senha_SECRETAandGRandE
it just doesn't do anything. I had bitcoin client running already on my machine, but I also installed bitcoind, and tried to run either bitcoind, or bitcoin-qt. Neither options got me past this step. Any ideas?

Let me be the first to not help you.

I don't know what to say, is it now popular to be a jerk? Am I supposed to understand something in the code I'm copy/pasting and which is not working at all?

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September 10, 2012, 06:57:04 AM
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I like to use swatch and twidge with p2pool. 

Swatch watches logs for regex matches and will initiate activities such as emails or running a process if if sees a match, and twidge is a twitter/identi.ca command line utility.  So the combination lets you watch the p2pool log and notify you by twitter when you get a share or block complete.

In apt based linuxes, you can install:

Code:
   apt-get install twidge swatch

To setup twidge, run the following, and it will give you a url to paste into a browser, which gives you an authentication code to allow twidge to talk to twitter as you:
Code:
   twidge setup

Then you can test using a direct message:

Code:
   twidge dmsend <twitter account> "This is a test"

Swatch uses the configuration file ~/.swatchrc by default.  Mine looks like this:
Code:
watchfor /SHARE|BLOCK/
 echo
 exec twidge dmsend <mytwitter> "$_"

This saying "Look for the word SHARE or BLOCK in the log file and echo the line to the screen, and also execute twidge, and send a direct twitter to myself containing the entire line".  You can run swatch like this:

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     swatch -t /path/to/p2pool/data/bitcoin/log

The -t switch means to tail, ie keep following the log.  If you add -d it will daemonise.

Hope this is useful...

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Am I right in thinking that you cannot merge mine litecoin with a p2pool instance for bitcoin?  You need a second instance of p2pool just for litecoin?

Does this then mean that you need a second miner, or can you point cgminer at both p2pool for bitcoin and p2pool for litecoin concurrently?  How does it handle new work if it has two sources?

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Am I right in thinking that you cannot merge mine litecoin with a p2pool instance for bitcoin?  You need a second instance of p2pool just for litecoin?

Does this then mean that you need a second miner, or can you point cgminer at both p2pool for bitcoin and p2pool for litecoin concurrently?  How does it handle new work if it has two sources?



in my experience it's not possible to use a miner for both LTC and BTC, what I do is using cgminer on the GPU for BTC and use a second miner like cpuminer on n-1 cores of cpu for LTC, I leave out one core for the OS to handle everything else;)

and you need 2 instances of p2pool for BTC and LTC to work in parallel

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December 09, 2012, 07:11:18 AM
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in my experience it's not possible to use a miner for both LTC and BTC, what I do is using cgminer on the GPU for BTC and use a second miner like cpuminer on n-1 cores of cpu for LTC, I leave out one core for the OS to handle everything else;)

and you need 2 instances of p2pool for BTC and LTC to work in parallel
I just use pooler's miner for the cpu mining, and cgminer for gpu... switching cgminer back and forth between BTC and LTC mining depending on my whim that day

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