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Author Topic: A Complete Guide to P2Pool - Merged Mining (BTC/NMC/DVC/IXC/I0C) plus LTC, Linux  (Read 182767 times)
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February 09, 2012, 07:31:40 AM
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So, I'll do it at once. 1.5 BTC / day at a random time. With ~24H between each donation.

BTW, if people just come in to receive the donation and go out, how patron_sendmany works internally?! I mean, put a rule there to maximize more the old miners instead the new ones... Just to try to obtain an certain level of equilibrium... If you mine 24/7 at P2Pool, you deserve more from this promotion... But I don't know how to do that... lol

Maybe monitoring/logging the bitcoin/litecoin address age visible at patron_sendmany output?!

The patron_sendmany probably follows the same rules as block payout (except for the small miner lottery). So, I'm sure the dedicated P2Pool miners will be receiving the most benefit from the subsidies.

Okay... I was thinking about this fact too... Of course the patron is fair, after all, he is The Boss!! lol
What am I thinking about?!

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February 11, 2012, 04:18:22 AM
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Step 4 updated:

ADDED: "* Upgrading P2Pool to a newer version:"

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February 11, 2012, 05:57:27 AM
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Fellas,

 I am monitoring the hashrate of both P2Pools, for Litecoin and for Bitcoin...

 I wanna see those hashrates go up, up, UP!!

 Come on!!

Cheers!
Thiago

Litecoin P2Pool grow grom ~400kHash to 1000kHash!! iiiiihhihihihi!  Cheesy

Tomorrow (2012/10/02) I'll start donations to Bitcoin/Litecoin P2Pool subsidy!

1.5 Bitcoins (3 donations of 0.50) / day (~15 days)!

200 Litecoins / day (30 days)! Lets reach 3000kHash!! 5000kHash!!

Best!
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200 Litecoins / day seems to be very attractive, Litecoin P2Pool is now at 2000kH!

But, 1.5 Bitcoins / day does not have attracted too much new users to Bitcoin P2Pool...  Sad

I would love to have ~10 Bitcoins / day to donate to Bitcoin P2Pool miners! Unfortunately I can't...

Come on guys! P2Pool is the future of Bitcoin / Litecoin Mining!!

The promotion is already running in automatic mode! So, 200 LTC and 1.5 BTC / day automatically donated to the miners!

Cheers!
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February 11, 2012, 09:50:01 AM
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200 Litecoins / day seems to be very attractive, Litecoin P2Pool is now at 2000kH!
I guess a litecoin miner is already pretty familiar with git, command line mining and (light) risk taking, so trying p2pool isn't such a stretch. I expect that the majority of Bitcoin miners are "Click'n'Go" types, and p2pool is a whole new world for them!
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February 11, 2012, 04:56:05 PM
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200 Litecoins / day seems to be very attractive, Litecoin P2Pool is now at 2000kH!
I guess a litecoin miner is already pretty familiar with git, command line mining and (light) risk taking, so trying p2pool isn't such a stretch. I expect that the majority of Bitcoin miners are "Click'n'Go" types, and p2pool is a whole new world for them!

I'll try to provide a "Click'n'Go" version of P2Pool... ASAP!

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February 11, 2012, 05:17:34 PM
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I'll try to provide a "Click'n'Go" version of P2Pool... ASAP!
That would be the GUIMiner moment for p2pool. Good luck!
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February 12, 2012, 09:49:12 PM
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Guys!

 I got "Multi-Merged-Mining" working!! Alongside with Namecoin...  Cheesy

 I just find my first Devcoin block! 5000.00000000 DVC!!

 P2Pool IS AWESOME!!

 With my P2Pool node I am mining for Bitcoins, Namecoins and now Devcoins!

 Also, I have P2Pool for Litecoin too... Of course...    Wink

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February 13, 2012, 05:11:24 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?
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February 13, 2012, 05:31:02 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?


You don't need bitcoin-qt.

But you can have it...

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February 13, 2012, 05:41:51 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?


You don't need bitcoin-qt.

But you can have it...

i prefer it, but do i need bitcoind aswell? or is it one or the other type thing?
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February 13, 2012, 05:49:38 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?


You don't need bitcoin-qt.

But you can have it...

i prefer it, but do i need bitcoind aswell? or is it one or the other type thing?

bitcoin-qt has a nasty habit of crashing while using p2pool.  So if you are going to run p2pool, you should use bitcoind.

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February 13, 2012, 06:04:35 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?


You don't need bitcoin-qt.

But you can have it...

i prefer it, but do i need bitcoind aswell? or is it one or the other type thing?

bitcoin-qt has a nasty habit of crashing while using p2pool.  So if you are going to run p2pool, you should use bitcoind.

Thanks to pointing that out! I didn't know that...

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February 13, 2012, 06:22:49 AM
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So im setting this up on my laptop to be my p2pool server...

installed ubuntu server

just wondering.. do i need to install both bitcoind and bitcoin-qt?


You don't need bitcoin-qt.

But you can have it...

i prefer it, but do i need bitcoind aswell? or is it one or the other type thing?

bitcoin-qt has a nasty habit of crashing while using p2pool.  So if you are going to run p2pool, you should use bitcoind.

Thanks to pointing that out! I didn't know that...
so how do i know when bitcoind has completed downloading the full chain?

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February 13, 2012, 10:07:32 AM
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To mergedmine NMC with P2Pool on Ubuntu you just enter the following code after changing 'rpcuser' and 'rpcuserpassword'HuhHuh



* Namecoin

Code:
git clone git://github.com/namecoin/namecoin.git
cd ~/namecoin/src/
make -f makefile.unix namecoind
mkdir ~/.namecoin/

Content of ~/.namecoin/bitcoin.conf:

Code:
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=usuarioy
rpcpassword=dasdGfhoiu35BCV47586fgdh234GDFSEG
rpcport=7333

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February 13, 2012, 02:11:24 PM
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In an attempt to expand my horizons, I've installed Ubuntu on a partition of my laptop...
Are you using a graphical desktop on Ubuntu? If so, just right click in the .bitcoin folder & choose "New File" or whatever. There'll be a text editor nearby too (I'm not near a "proper" computer at the moment, so going from memory).

In the "Administration" menu, there's a graphical installer thing, probably called something like "Add software" - used to be "Synaptic package manager", but that changed recently.

If you're not using a graphical desktop, I recommend "nano" as a text editor - much less arcane than vi (ok, & less powerful etc, but we're only making a simple conf file here..).

I use apt-get, always have. I haven't found a compelling reason not to, haven't looked for one though...

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February 13, 2012, 02:22:10 PM
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Apparently aptitude doesn't work on the Ubuntu I'm using (which is the newest full version). I guess it works on server? Anyway, I substituted apt-get and everything worked. I have no idea why or what the difference is! I suppose these commands are interchangeable?
Indeed.
The differences are minor (sometimes even purely syntactic: aptitude search vs apt-cache search) and are well documented in the manual (when in doubt, RTFM Tongue):



As already mentioned, nano is a very good alternative to vi for short, simple files - until you develop your vi-ninjutsu at least Cheesy

The home directory ( ~/ ) part is relative: if you were logged in as root, the home directory would be /root - therefore you should find the file in /root/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf
Instead of ~/ try specifying the full path, eg. /home/<username>/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf  until you get comfortable with the directory tree.
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February 13, 2012, 04:01:31 PM
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Alright, perhaps I should read the manual first. I am using a graphical desktop. I can't find the .bitcoin folder through the desktop. I can browse to the correct folder, and I know the .bitcoin folder exists, but I can not see it.

It almost feels like years of Windows use has destroyed my brain. This seems entirely too complicated. Yet, people love it.  Shocked

I believe .* directories are hidden.  If you use a teminal (I ssh into all my linux boxes so I have no idea how the gui works) you can cd to the directory where you think it is and use ls -a to see everything.

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February 13, 2012, 04:03:08 PM
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All entities beginning with a dot (as in .bitcoin) are hidden by default.
Can you use a terminal like xterm?
The standard ls command won't show the hidden entries to you but the ls -a (-a as in all) command will.

Try issuing the ls -a /root and ls -a /home/<your_user_name> commands.
If /root/.bitcoin exists, view its contents with ls /root/.bitcoin.
If you find the config file there, view it by issuing the nano /root/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf command and if necessary, copy that file to your home directory (cp /root/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf /home/<your_user_name>/.bitcoin)
Nano can be installed with sudo apt-get install nano.

Seriously, if Linux feels complicated that's likely because it is (your adventure with vi was a fine example). We old linux geeks just don't notice that anymore having developed a class immunity Cheesy
With plenty of practice, you'll get familiarized with the commands and their usage.
Make sure you know how to use the cd, cp, mv, and ls commands:
cd = change directory. Arguments: change current directory to what? Examples: cd /mnt/storage
cp = copy. Arguments: copy what, copy where. Examples: cp /home/jake/random_file /mnt/aa
mv = move. Same as above.
ls = list directory contents. Arguments: what file or directory do you want to list? Examples: ls /home/jake/some_file,   ls /home

This is not even the tip of the iceberg. You can learn about any command by invoking man <command> (as in manual). Try man ls.
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February 13, 2012, 04:27:24 PM
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ls /root/
The /root directory does exist in any linux distro.
BTW, root is not the same as Root or /root and is something totally different than the username root, group name root, or that nasty spell that roots you to the ground preventing all movement Cheesy

To rename the .bitcoin.conf.swp file to .bitcoin.conf, you can either:
(1) use nano. When exiting it will ask you about the filename.
(2) use the move command: mv /home/old_filename /home/new_filename
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February 13, 2012, 04:41:37 PM
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One other thing, if you want to see all hidden filesystem entries in window land (graphical mode), invoke gconf-editor
Next, choose desktop/gnome/file_views.
You want to select show hidden files (files beginning with .) and show backup files (files beginning with ~)  (tutorial)
Done!
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