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January 15, 2015, 07:22:00 AM
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Thanks bro ^^
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January 15, 2015, 08:52:25 AM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?
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January 15, 2015, 09:06:00 AM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?

Only 1 gpu plotter.

Blago for windows, not sure about linux.

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January 15, 2015, 12:33:46 PM
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I want to run a node. I got a fix IP, I got 100 MB line, I got a NAT router with port forwarding.

I followed the instructions of NXT, but by entering the information for the hallmark, it ends in page not found.
What do I need to change to get over that point?

whats the benefit, if i run a node? could someone explain?

i got still now answer to my questions:
a) how can i create a node?
b) what are the benefits if i run a node?

thx
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January 15, 2015, 12:59:14 PM
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ok, i found a how to in nxt forum.

so my open question is: do i have any anvantages if i run a node for burst?
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January 15, 2015, 01:18:49 PM
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ok, i found a how to in nxt forum.

so my open question is: do i have any anvantages if i run a node for burst?

I don't know any advantages if you run a node. I think there are no advantages.
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January 15, 2015, 02:22:59 PM
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Curiously, is there more then one GPU plotter?

What is the best miner that has the least amount of issues and memory usage for large plots? Also what's the easiest to use miner as far as usability goes?

Only 1 gpu plotter.

Blago for windows, not sure about linux.


I have not used the GPU plotter under Linux but it does appear to exist
https://github.com/bhamon/gpuPlotGenerator

I have been using this address to see the collection of tools.
http://burstcoin.eu/downloads

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** Early morning reading comprehension **  sorry Irontiga, your response was about a miner for Linux, not a plotter.  My bad

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January 15, 2015, 03:53:13 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?
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January 15, 2015, 04:07:13 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck
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January 15, 2015, 04:11:09 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

Huh? But I can't deposit from my own address on another exchange?

Thanks, tried the faucets. Hope it works.
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January 15, 2015, 04:19:06 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

Huh? But I can't deposit from my own address on another exchange?

Thanks, tried the faucets. Hope it works.

Poloniex says this "BURST-AZS3-QLKM-RWLR-...." is my BURST address. Is this even correct? Typing that string into the block explorer only gives me more errors..
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January 15, 2015, 04:41:47 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..
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January 15, 2015, 05:14:25 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..

Post you whole address, somebody will send you some burst.
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January 15, 2015, 05:18:09 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..

Well it is a standard procedure with nxt based coins. We had some issues with faucets earlier in this thread, perhaps they are not updated to 1.2.0 so the tx never go through.

Post the address like people mentioned. I'll be able to send you some in 6ish hours if nobody reacts sooner.

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January 15, 2015, 05:25:19 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..

Well it is a standard procedure with nxt based coins. We had some issues with faucets earlier in this thread, perhaps they are not updated to 1.2.0 so the tx never go through.

Post the address like people mentioned. I'll be able to send you some in 6ish hours if nobody reacts sooner.

BURST-AZS3-QLKM-RWLR-4B6LJ

Much appreciated, thanks a lot.
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January 15, 2015, 05:29:38 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..

Well it is a standard procedure with nxt based coins. We had some issues with faucets earlier in this thread, perhaps they are not updated to 1.2.0 so the tx never go through.

Post the address like people mentioned. I'll be able to send you some in 6ish hours if nobody reacts sooner.

I don't know of any faucet troubles earlier, i do know that the wallet is not 0n 1.2.0 yet tho. So that's the reason, will update soon.

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January 15, 2015, 05:52:13 PM
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Hey,

traying to withdraw from Bittrex gives me an "invalid address" error. Support said "your BURST address needs to be primed and visible on the chain", but didn't know how to do that.

Can anyone help me?

You need a few coins deposited into your account to activate it.

http://burstfaucet.com/
http://faucet.burstcoin.info/

Try those, if not post your address, I'm sure someone here can spare 2 or 4 burst

Good-Luck

So that faucet procedure didn't work.. The first one gave me an error anyway and the tx from the second one never arrived.

Seems like a bit of a hassle to send BURST?

If anyone can help it's much appreciated..

Well it is a standard procedure with nxt based coins. We had some issues with faucets earlier in this thread, perhaps they are not updated to 1.2.0 so the tx never go through.

Post the address like people mentioned. I'll be able to send you some in 6ish hours if nobody reacts sooner.

BURST-AZS3-QLKM-RWLR-4B6LJ

Much appreciated, thanks a lot.

5 bursts your way

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January 15, 2015, 06:47:39 PM
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update 1.150106 (added check for vectors)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3ah0se62uvz1n8t/miner.exe?dl=0
...

Has the windows miner a thread/hdd limit?!
Miner works fine for me, but after adding drive 25 it crashes on startup ... tested with 2 different drives.


http://s4.postimg.org/qicls2otn/miner.jpg

My CPU has 6/12 cores/threads ... i can run 24 drives, it seams to me that only 2 drives per thread are allowed/possible?!

Log for crash ...
Code:
19:35:45 Miner path: C:\burst\miner\
19:35:45 Loading config C:\burst\miner\miner.conf
19:35:45 Mode: 0
19:35:45 Server: localhost
19:35:45 Port: 8125
19:35:45 Paths: 26
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#01
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#02
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#03
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#04
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#05
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#06
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#07
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#08
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#09
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#10
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#11
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#12
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#13
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#14
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#15
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#16
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#17
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#18
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#19
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#20
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#21
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#22
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#23
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#24
19:35:45 Path: C:\data\burst#25
19:35:45 Path:

Edit: If i split the drives and run 2 instances of miner, there is no problem ... but thats not nice :-)


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January 15, 2015, 07:13:38 PM
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Curiously, if you have more then one drive, I know you aren't supposed to overlap nonces, but can you start the next drive wherever you want it to be or does it have to be sequential so the next nonce is right after the first one without any skips in between?

Like if I have 0-50000, does the next drive need to start at 50001-100000 or can I just start it at 100000 (hypothetical numbers)?
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January 15, 2015, 07:17:47 PM
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Curiously, if you have more then one drive, I know you aren't supposed to overlap nonces, but can you start the next drive wherever you want it to be or does it have to be sequential so the next nonce is right after the first one without any skips in between?

Like if I have 0-50000, does the next drive need to start at 50001-100000 or can I just start it at 100000 (hypothetical numbers)?

it DOES NOT have to be sequential. I usually add a zero. Wink



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