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August 04, 2014, 04:26:30 PM
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Just wondering!
I would really like to try TP-Link MR-3020 on Rockminers RK/R3 box to try to eliminate (or reduce) the rebooting pi issue however
I can't find (or possible don't know what I'm looking for) a  standard latest version cgminer or bfgminer bin for the MR3020
(did however find some 2012 and some custom vendor stuff). Can anyone point me in the right direction?

P.S. I am totally blank with software unless directions are explicit so building a bin on my own is pretty much out of the question.

Any ideas.
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nwoolls has done firmware for wr703n and he is providing the script for building the firmware

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I have tried to compile BFGMiner and make a firmware for MR3020, but not succeed.
If you have some linux skill, you can try this script.
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