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January 26, 2015, 04:44:47 AM
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I enjoy debates. And you probably could be.

Lol. I was thinking that the instructions for compiling the miner with Cygwin were published on here yonks ago and if they are followed to the letter then you will get a working minerd.exe in next to no time, though it will not be the fastest. Anyone who can use a keyboard and mouse and has just a bit of computer-savvy can do it. "It isn't rocket science" and surely a botnet operator could do it.

I've met many. Have you?

Do you know for certain that I am not a botnet operator?

Clever. However, even if you were, this would not guarantee you knew many others - this is necessary to get a good sample size when gauging their general intelligence as a group.

Yeah I grant you that. If I were a botnet operator, I would be a bloody good one Wink

Move over Zeus. Spexx is here. Lol.

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January 26, 2015, 04:46:01 AM
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I enjoy debates. And you probably could be.

Lol. I was thinking that the instructions for compiling the miner with Cygwin were published on here yonks ago and if they are followed to the letter then you will get a working minerd.exe in next to no time, though it will not be the fastest. Anyone who can use a keyboard and mouse and has just a bit of computer-savvy can do it. "It isn't rocket science" and surely a botnet operator could do it.

I've met many. Have you?

Do you know for certain that I am not a botnet operator?

Clever. However, even if you were, this would not guarantee you knew many others - this is necessary to get a good sample size when gauging their general intelligence as a group.
My question is, how these guys who know nothing of computer stuffs are able to create / operate botnet.  


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January 26, 2015, 04:48:17 AM
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Yes up very early to go to work. You never know what btc will do. I just know Magi will do great this Year!
Magi still growing and meeting new people.
Surely mate, because of all of you guys' hard working. Smiley


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January 26, 2015, 04:57:07 AM
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Simple tools. Money talks - they invest a little in bots, and they get to run stuff on them, or get full control of it. Really point-and-click simple - but they tend to do stupid things, like run miners at 100% unconditionally on bots...

Yeah that sounds about right. I have removed countless "rootkits" from Windows that would have gone undetected were it not for the fact that they crippled the machine and/or made their presence obvious in some way.

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January 26, 2015, 06:43:48 AM
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Dealing with some job stuffs, can't do the coin stuffs, so will be able to post miner code till tomorrow night.


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January 26, 2015, 08:00:25 AM
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Why? You realize 32-bit is pretty much dead, and 99.9999% of people asking for 32-bit CPU miners want to run them on botnets, right?

Wrong. I would have thought that anybody with the nous to run a botnet would also be able to compile their own minerd from the source in next to no time anyway. I also still use old 32 bit machines myself for various applications. They make very good XMG wallet hosts too. I told you about my XMG sausage machine on a Celeron didn't I Wolf0? Wink


They really don't, believe me. It's rather funny, they're computer-stupid, most of them. However, 32-bit IS dead for most machines - old toys kept around don't count - no one will run an application that requires CPU performance, like a miner, on a 32-bit machine.
Wolf, really, if so many computers are bots with Windows 32 bits, it's because lots of them can't be upgraded to 64 bits version. I've a few with custom applications that can't be rewritten and use old components hardly working on XP 32 bits. Upgrading to 64 bits will cost me a few weeks of dev and money, but theses machines have a lot of CPU cycles to spare for Magi...
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January 26, 2015, 09:59:52 AM
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didn't expect a qns for 32 bit miner to turn into a debate if using 32 bit are botnet operators. I'm just stuck with a pc that's 32bit and too lazy to upgrade it to 64 bit since it's going to last just a few more months but that's still a few more months of cpu cycles i can use for MAGI.

Thanks Spexx for the 32 bit miner!
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January 26, 2015, 11:40:08 AM
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didn't expect a qns for 32 bit miner to turn into a debate if using 32 bit are botnet operators. I'm just stuck with a pc that's 32bit and too lazy to upgrade it to 64 bit since it's going to last just a few more months but that's still a few more months of cpu cycles i can use for MAGI.

Thanks Spexx for the 32 bit miner!

Totally agreed, thanks Spexx!
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January 26, 2015, 03:15:05 PM
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didn't expect a qns for 32 bit miner to turn into a debate if using 32 bit are botnet operators. I'm just stuck with a pc that's 32bit and too lazy to upgrade it to 64 bit since it's going to last just a few more months but that's still a few more months of cpu cycles i can use for MAGI.

Thanks Spexx for the 32 bit miner!

Totally agreed, thanks Spexx!

You are very welcome and 32 bit is not gonna die anytime soon. Just think of the number of ATMs and EPOS terminals currently running XP and the cost of upgrading it all.

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January 26, 2015, 03:22:44 PM
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Dealing with some job stuffs, can't do the coin stuffs, so will [not] be able to post miner code till tomorrow night.

That is fine by me Joe. Don't rush it. We have some good stuff to play with in the meantime Smiley

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January 26, 2015, 04:41:09 PM
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didn't expect a qns for 32 bit miner to turn into a debate if using 32 bit are botnet operators. I'm just stuck with a pc that's 32bit and too lazy to upgrade it to 64 bit since it's going to last just a few more months but that's still a few more months of cpu cycles i can use for MAGI.

Thanks Spexx for the 32 bit miner!

Totally agreed, thanks Spexx!

You are very welcome and 32 bit is not gonna die anytime soon. Just think of the number of ATMs and EPOS terminals currently running XP and the cost of upgrading it all.


I know, I'm selling epos terminals for 15 year now, almost 80% still xp, nice!
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January 26, 2015, 05:21:58 PM
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Fine - can we get rid of 16-bit real mode, at least?

I doubt that will happen anytime soon either. Bootstrap code is, by its very nature, simplistic and does not usually need to access extended address space beyond 64K.

I kinda miss Himem.sys and emm386 ...

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January 26, 2015, 05:29:21 PM
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Btw, my working computer runs windows XP on top of i7, it's a pity, but I have to live with that thing; there are many custom software programmed for xp which is unfortunately unable to run under 7/8. We'll need experienced person to recode everything, but that seems not worth/necessary. We have a bunch of XP P4 which are just doing pretty good job in particular acquiring data.


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January 26, 2015, 05:55:51 PM
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Hi

Magi Fantasy Twitter give-away will run for another week:
http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=2518.0
Also on http://www.m-talk.org/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=51
and on http://cryptos.us/forum/giveaways/49-twitter-give-away-magi-xmg-m7m-cpu-unigue-coin-of-the-future-started

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January 26, 2015, 06:26:16 PM
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what are we supposed to do for this giveaway as I am unable to use the new miners without http support yet

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January 26, 2015, 07:11:57 PM
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what are we supposed to do for this giveaway as I am unable to use the new miners without http support yet

http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=2518.msg86654#msg86654
Check here its a simple task!

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January 26, 2015, 07:27:13 PM
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what are we supposed to do for this giveaway as I am unable to use the new miners without http support yet
I'll get a one tonight I believe.


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January 26, 2015, 07:43:27 PM
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didn't expect a qns for 32 bit miner to turn into a debate if using 32 bit are botnet operators. I'm just stuck with a pc that's 32bit and too lazy to upgrade it to 64 bit since it's going to last just a few more months but that's still a few more months of cpu cycles i can use for MAGI.
And Licence for Windows 64 bits is a different one of Windows 32 bits. Should buy again the OS...
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January 26, 2015, 08:42:40 PM
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Coin of the future! Like Bill Gates says : Bitcoin alone is not good enough!
New MAGI's motto?
Our marketing manager is the best marketing man in the world. Cheesy
Thanks Joe!  Grin

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January 26, 2015, 11:25:15 PM
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Hello everybody.
This is my first post here.
What do you think about the future of this coin?
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