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August 26, 2012, 05:22:22 PM
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I am constantly amazed by the inability of people to do something so simple as update the SDK on a Linux machine. 

A few minutes on a search engine, and a few minutes using the shell, and you could have been using 7xxx cards months ago.


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August 26, 2012, 07:01:44 PM
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A new release is in the works.

Things may change, but it appears 0.6 will provide:

64 bit support (only)
bfgminer integration
amd 7xxx support
newer kernel (3.2) and more drivers for you wifi crazy bastards
better fpga support
a kinder, gentler mother

The official release date is "soon".   However, we will be holding the official release party on Wednesday regardless of actual release.  Anyone in south florida, or who wants to come to south florida on wednesday, contact me for the ultra exclusive details.





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August 26, 2012, 07:03:45 PM
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A new release is in the works.

Things may change, but it appears 0.6 will provide:

64 bit support (only)
bfgminer integration
amd 7xxx support
newer kernel (3.2) and more drivers for you wifi crazy bastards
better fpga support
a kinder, gentler mother

The official release date is "soon".   However, we will be holding the official release party on Wednesday regardless of actual release.  Anyone in south florida, or who wants to come to south florida on wednesday, contact me for the ultra exclusive details.

Please let us know if you need any beta testers. Wink
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August 27, 2012, 12:32:26 AM
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I am constantly amazed by the inability of people to do something so simple as update the SDK on a Linux machine. 

A few minutes on a search engine, and a few minutes using the shell, and you could have been using 7xxx cards months ago.



Hey hey!  easy now!

I am looking to the future.....not dying to run my 7970'a on BAMT at this second. 

I am going to transition all my 5970's to 7970's at somepoint and was just curious. 

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August 27, 2012, 02:41:23 PM
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Hi, I started up my rig again after taking the summer off.  It is mining, but munin isn't recording the data.  Is there anything I can do to fix this? Or do I have to reinstall it?


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August 27, 2012, 05:31:08 PM
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Hi, I started up my rig again after taking the summer off.  It is mining, but munin isn't recording the data.  Is there anything I can do to fix this? Or do I have to reinstall it?


Try redoing the usb drive or using a new one.

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August 27, 2012, 10:27:16 PM
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Hi, I started up my rig again after taking the summer off.  It is mining, but munin isn't recording the data.  Is there anything I can do to fix this? Or do I have to reinstall it?


there is almost certainly something you could do to fix it, but i doubt there is anything as easy as just writing the image to your key again and configuring a couple files. 


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August 27, 2012, 10:50:32 PM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

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August 27, 2012, 10:56:56 PM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

you may wish to hold off, some changes in the upcoming version will make things easier. 

as for using the latest version, I don't know if it's a good idea.  We use the version we use because there were stability issues with newer versions.  I have heard that version 2.5.0 is good, but not sure on versions after that.  Also don't know if there are any performance improvements or what features might be present in versions newer than the one we use.  Someone else might be able to comment on that.

in any case, get the included version working before working with something else, since you are at least working with a well tested and known stable version then.

If you want to support further development of BAMT (http://bamter.org/):  1PoRYaGS56ksQmK7XXLurW3B2zwCAE8PRc
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August 27, 2012, 11:04:29 PM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

you may wish to hold off, some changes in the upcoming version will make things easier. 

as for using the latest version, I don't know if it's a good idea.  We use the version we use because there were stability issues with newer versions.  I have heard that version 2.5.0 is good, but not sure on versions after that.  Also don't know if there are any performance improvements or what features might be present in versions newer than the one we use.  Someone else might be able to comment on that.

in any case, get the included version working before working with something else, since you are at least working with a well tested and known stable version then.



I saw your post about the upcoming version, very cool! Thanks for your work on this project, by the way!!

Is there a tutorial somewhere for cgminer on BAMT? I saw in the conf file a comment about it but all it says is "see full version to use cgminer instead" or something similar... where/what is the full version?

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August 27, 2012, 11:34:34 PM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

you may wish to hold off, some changes in the upcoming version will make things easier. 

as for using the latest version, I don't know if it's a good idea.  We use the version we use because there were stability issues with newer versions.  I have heard that version 2.5.0 is good, but not sure on versions after that.  Also don't know if there are any performance improvements or what features might be present in versions newer than the one we use.  Someone else might be able to comment on that.

in any case, get the included version working before working with something else, since you are at least working with a well tested and known stable version then.



I saw your post about the upcoming version, very cool! Thanks for your work on this project, by the way!!

Is there a tutorial somewhere for cgminer on BAMT? I saw in the conf file a comment about it but all it says is "see full version to use cgminer instead" or something similar... where/what is the full version?

look at /opt/bamt/examples/bamt.conf for the full set of options, including those needed for cgminer

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August 28, 2012, 01:14:24 AM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

you may wish to hold off, some changes in the upcoming version will make things easier. 

as for using the latest version, I don't know if it's a good idea.  We use the version we use because there were stability issues with newer versions.  I have heard that version 2.5.0 is good, but not sure on versions after that.  Also don't know if there are any performance improvements or what features might be present in versions newer than the one we use.  Someone else might be able to comment on that.

in any case, get the included version working before working with something else, since you are at least working with a well tested and known stable version then.



I saw your post about the upcoming version, very cool! Thanks for your work on this project, by the way!!

Is there a tutorial somewhere for cgminer on BAMT? I saw in the conf file a comment about it but all it says is "see full version to use cgminer instead" or something similar... where/what is the full version?

look at /opt/bamt/examples/bamt.conf for the full set of options, including those needed for cgminer


Thanks, it took me a lot of trial and error but I think I got it working!

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August 28, 2012, 01:20:58 AM
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Is it possible to update cgminer to the latest version on BAMT? Im a total linux noob as well as new to bitcoins. So far I have used the guiminer in windows and then switched to BAMT where I use the gui to set everything up. My command line experience is minimal, however Im eager to learn.

I want to use cgminer 1. just to try a different miner 2. to experiment/learn 3. to use the autofan feature to automatically adjust the fan speeds up and down as needed.

I have no idea how to even setup/use the cgminer thats included with BAMT so maybe thats a first step? But I figured the latest version might be more stable/faster/more features?

Where do I start?   

you may wish to hold off, some changes in the upcoming version will make things easier. 

as for using the latest version, I don't know if it's a good idea.  We use the version we use because there were stability issues with newer versions.  I have heard that version 2.5.0 is good, but not sure on versions after that.  Also don't know if there are any performance improvements or what features might be present in versions newer than the one we use.  Someone else might be able to comment on that.

in any case, get the included version working before working with something else, since you are at least working with a well tested and known stable version then.


sweet, new version coming, yay!

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August 29, 2012, 07:39:47 AM
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A new release is in the works.

Things may change, but it appears 0.6 will provide:

64 bit support (only)
bfgminer integration
amd 7xxx support
newer kernel (3.2) and more drivers for you wifi crazy bastards
better fpga support
a kinder, gentler mother

Will this release be able to run old 5xxx and 6xxx AMD cards along with 7xxx without performance penalties?
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August 29, 2012, 11:23:25 AM
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Is it possible somehow to disable display to go blank (off) in BAMT?

Sometimes when my screen is blank and I move mouse to get picture BAMT becomes unresponsive???

Thanks...
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August 29, 2012, 01:02:05 PM
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lodcrappo,

How can I change a file on the stick so that it persists upon reboot?

Problem I have:
I reverse proxy my main mpgumon URL. However, for some strange reason (I haven't found the issue yet), the gzipped content encoding for mgpumon.css is mangled and doesn't load in the browser... I 'fixed' this by changing "AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css" to "# AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css" in the file "/etc/apache2/mods-enabled/deflate.conf". I now want this to survive a reboot Smiley

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August 29, 2012, 01:09:55 PM
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Lodcrappo,

Why BFGminer and not cgminer?

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August 29, 2012, 03:54:59 PM
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A new release is in the works.

Things may change, but it appears 0.6 will provide:

64 bit support (only)
bfgminer integration
amd 7xxx support
newer kernel (3.2) and more drivers for you wifi crazy bastards
better fpga support
a kinder, gentler mother

Will this release be able to run old 5xxx and 6xxx AMD cards along with 7xxx without performance penalties?

no

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August 29, 2012, 03:57:07 PM
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lodcrappo,

How can I change a file on the stick so that it persists upon reboot?

Problem I have:
I reverse proxy my main mpgumon URL. However, for some strange reason (I haven't found the issue yet), the gzipped content encoding for mgpumon.css is mangled and doesn't load in the browser... I 'fixed' this by changing "AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css" to "# AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css" in the file "/etc/apache2/mods-enabled/deflate.conf". I now want this to survive a reboot Smiley

all files in etc are persistent

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August 29, 2012, 03:58:15 PM
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Lodcrappo,

Why BFGminer and not cgminer?

Better stability, better support for FPGA devices, better relationship with the developer

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