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Author Topic: LinuxCoin A lightweight Debian based OS with everything ready to go.  (Read 271329 times)
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July 29, 2011, 09:50:57 PM
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How hard would it be to setup linuxcoin to act as a internet gateway?  I am wanting to install LinuxCoin on a older laptop that will simply be there to act as a internet connection and a PXE server for my actual mining rigs that way it can isolate the mining rigs from the outside world and I wont need a drive / cdrom / thumb drive for the mining rigs.

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Everythings included to do that checkout /opt/PXE. I have a video ready to upload talking you through it but here's a quick guide.

cd over to /opt/PXE and open up globals.sh
Set your parameters and make sure you enter a nameserver. most can stay as they are you jest want to worry about
NET_NIC = internet facing network adapter
SRV_NIC = adapter you want to run the server from
NAMESERVERS = your nameserver. You can run nameserver.sh to get yours or use googles which is 8.8.8.8

save and close.

next run pxe_menu.sh
choose option 1
choose option 2
quit

and your golden Cheesy Plug your nodes into your switch and each computer will boot linuxcoin PXE and be ready to roll.

Sorry to bump my thread but thought this was worth bumping !! Cheesy LinuxCoin now has it's own debian repository. Now you can update your system without re downloading your ISO !! For now if you are running prefinal you can do the following.

Code:
rm /etc/apt/sources.list
nano /etc/apt/sources.list

and paste the following into that file

Code:
deb http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb-src http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb http://www.linuxcoin.co.uk/apt sensi main

Save that file and continue with the following steps.

Code:
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
apt-get install bitcoin cgminer diablominer guiminer hashkill phoenix poclbm
Did the above today -- took about 30 minutes to download, unpack and install it all. However, when I booted the updated, upgraded 0.2-final it got all the way to the final desktop and seemed to be running (I inserted another USB flash drive and the filemanager popped up) but my keyboard and mouse weren't seen.  :-/

Ops you've upgraded to the latest kernel aswell Sad I forgot about them being in there. I'll fix that up tomorrow. Hold on two secs I'll upload some files for you to replace.

EDIT:

Go over and download the initrd and vmlinuz files here And replace the ones located in /live on your usb stick. next time you boot you will have full functionality again.
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July 30, 2011, 12:06:08 AM
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Everythings included to do that checkout /opt/PXE. I have a video ready to upload talking you through it but here's a quick guide.

cd over to /opt/PXE and open up globals.sh
Set your parameters and make sure you enter a nameserver. most can stay as they are you jest want to worry about
NET_NIC = internet facing network adapter
SRV_NIC = adapter you want to run the server from
NAMESERVERS = your nameserver. You can run nameserver.sh to get yours or use googles which is 8.8.8.8

save and close.

next run pxe_menu.sh
choose option 1
choose option 2
quit

and your golden Cheesy Plug your nodes into your switch and each computer will boot linuxcoin PXE and be ready to roll.


How does persistence work with this type of setup for things like passwords and custom scripts timezone settings and this sort of thing?

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July 30, 2011, 01:02:59 AM
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Sorry to bump my thread but thought this was worth bumping !! Cheesy LinuxCoin now has it's own debian repository. Now you can update your system without re downloading your ISO !! For now if you are running prefinal you can do the following.

Code:
rm /etc/apt/sources.list
nano /etc/apt/sources.list

and paste the following into that file

Code:
deb http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb-src http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb http://www.linuxcoin.co.uk/apt sensi main

Save that file and continue with the following steps.

Code:
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
apt-get install bitcoin cgminer diablominer guiminer hashkill phoenix poclbm
Did the above today -- took about 30 minutes to download, unpack and install it all. However, when I booted the updated, upgraded 0.2-final it got all the way to the final desktop and seemed to be running (I inserted another USB flash drive and the filemanager popped up) but my keyboard and mouse weren't seen.  :-/

Ops you've upgraded to the latest kernel aswell Sad I forgot about them being in there. I'll fix that up tomorrow. Hold on two secs I'll upload some files for you to replace.

EDIT:

Go over and download the initrd and vmlinuz files here And replace the ones located in /live on your usb stick. next time you boot you will have full functionality again.
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Nope, that didn't work. USB Keyboard and mouse still not seen.

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July 30, 2011, 01:32:00 AM
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You could setup a nfs and mount that apon boot or send everything via ssh after booting ? I am looking into this but doing this properly is going to be a big job. I was thinking of some sort of watchdog that sends the files and starts up mining on the nodes once the server detects a reboot.

Sorry to bump my thread but thought this was worth bumping !! Cheesy LinuxCoin now has it's own debian repository. Now you can update your system without re downloading your ISO !! For now if you are running prefinal you can do the following.

Code:
rm /etc/apt/sources.list
nano /etc/apt/sources.list

and paste the following into that file

Code:
deb http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb-src http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ sid  main non-free contrib
deb http://www.linuxcoin.co.uk/apt sensi main

Save that file and continue with the following steps.

Code:
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
apt-get install bitcoin cgminer diablominer guiminer hashkill phoenix poclbm
Did the above today -- took about 30 minutes to download, unpack and install it all. However, when I booted the updated, upgraded 0.2-final it got all the way to the final desktop and seemed to be running (I inserted another USB flash drive and the filemanager popped up) but my keyboard and mouse weren't seen.  :-/

Ops you've upgraded to the latest kernel aswell Sad I forgot about them being in there. I'll fix that up tomorrow. Hold on two secs I'll upload some files for you to replace.

EDIT:

Go over and download the initrd and vmlinuz files here And replace the ones located in /live on your usb stick. next time you boot you will have full functionality again.

Nope, that didn't work. USB Keyboard and mouse still not seen.
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What version are you running ? It sounds like you've managed to upgrade your kernel from somewhere. when I tried the following steps on 0.2.1b I had no problems which is strange.

If you boot without persistence then mount your persistence space. If your using a persistent file this will be located in /live/image. so you can mount like so.

Code:
mkdir filesys
mount /live/image/live-rw filesys

Then copy your boot files across.
Code:
rm /live/image/{vmlinuz,initrd.img}
cp --preserve filesys/boot/{vmlinuz,initrd.img} /live/image

And reboot. If this works post back and I'll give you the rest of the instructions on how to upgrade to the latest kernel.
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July 30, 2011, 01:40:01 AM
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Today I installed the pre-final. During installation I followed this instructions: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=7374.msg286940#msg286940

First it seemed that everything was fine, but there where some little things I am wondering about.
Sometimes when linuxcoin is starting, it is asking me for a password, which I can bypass, by pressing enter. Because I normally do not have a keyboard attached to this machine, it would be better, if this would not happen. Does anyone know how I can stop this screen from appearing?

If I try to shutdown the computer by using the red button in the right bottom corner, I always ending up in a black screen with a blinking white cursor on the upper left. Because I would sometimes shutdon the computer remote, I need to know why this is happening and how I can stop this.

The third is more a question:
can anyone tell me, how can I make the "Remote Desktop" autostarting with correct settings?

The Idea behind all of the above is, to control the machine completely remotly, but the actual behavior makes it impossible for me, to shutdown or restart the machine without having a hand on it.

Thank you for your help. ;-)

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July 30, 2011, 01:45:41 AM
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Today I installed the pre-final. During installation I followed this instructions: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=7374.msg286940#msg286940

First it seemed that everything was fine, but there where some little things I am wondering about.
Sometimes when linuxcoin is starting, it is asking me for a password, which I can bypass, by pressing enter. Because I normally do not have a keyboard attached to this machine, it would be better, if this would not happen. Does anyone know how I can stop this screen from appearing?

If I try to shutdown the computer by using the red button in the right bottom corner, I always ending up in a black screen with a blinking white cursor on the upper left. Because I would sometimes shutdon the computer remote, I need to know why this is happening and how I can stop this.

The third is more a question:
can anyone tell me, how can I make the "Remote Desktop" autostarting with correct settings?

The Idea behind all of the above is, to control the machine completely remotly, but the actual behavior makes it impossible for me, to shutdown or restart the machine without having a hand on it.

Thank you for your help. ;-)

Both of the first bugs you pointed out have been fixed in the final version and I will be updating the repository to reflect this soon. I really need to spend some time packing up the final version so may not bee untill sunday I'm afraid.

You last question the information is on the wiki. Take a look at

http://www.linuxcoin.co.uk/wiki/index.php/SSH_X11forwarding and http://www.linuxcoin.co.uk/wiki/index.php/SettingupVNCremotely
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July 30, 2011, 02:16:08 AM
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Both of the first bugs you pointed out have been fixed in the final version and I will be updating the repository to reflect this soon. I really need to spend some time packing up the final version so may not bee untill sunday I'm afraid.
If I understood the repository-thing correctly, than I do not need to make a complete new persistance usb, I can update then over internet, right?


Thank you for your help. I tried to setup ssh_x11, but during the connect from windows, putty is prompting me for a password, which I do not know...  Cry
Is there a standard-password?


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July 30, 2011, 02:52:54 AM
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Mounting live-rw from within non-persistent boot of 0.2-prefinal didn't work, seems to be write protected. I did the update, upgrade from within 0.2-prefinal persistent. I think I'll just re-image the 0.2-prefinal and start over. Maybe boot into non-persistent before updating, upgrading?

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July 30, 2011, 02:53:15 AM
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BitCoin Client Selection Suggestions.

PASSWORD
Being that you mentioned you were re-doing the Password issues of the secure bitcoin selection I did not bother to test as I had planned but will offer this set of suggestions:

I strongly suggest that you do *not* have a secure and non secure bitcoin client options. This will invariably lead to supreme confusion with average users.

Just have one bitcoin selection which asks for a password (none of that silly mount dev stuff please). The password can be <Enter> (I would suggest this on fresh startup). Upon successful entry of existing password user should be allowed option to change password or continue directly to bitcoin client.

BACKUP
It would be extremely helpful if there was an easy (GUI) way for the user to email the encrypted wallet.dat file (with the same password used for entry to bitcoin). It would be best if this file could be unencrypted in both windows and Linux, but if only Linuxcoin that will suffice.

BOOTUP
Please get something on screen quicker and leave the splash screen, or at least text saying one moment please. Those long black screens make one feel like nothing is happening.

SHUTDOWN
Seems to take forever and that black screen of death sucks. Do something as soon as I click shutdown and let me know when to take out the usb like the last version did. I seem to wait an eternity and when I do yank the usb it freaks out and vomits text all over the screen

BROWSER
The new browser is ugly and seems incredibly slow. I would prefer a return to chromium. It would be *really* nice if java was installed.

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July 30, 2011, 03:45:17 AM
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What needs to be done to run LinuxCoin on a non ATI graphics card ( don't need to mine ) but would be nice to make it easier to configure things and run a bitcoin client from going to use it to pxe my mining rigs from and run SmartCoin once it is fully multi rig compatible


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July 30, 2011, 04:01:29 AM
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What needs to be done to run LinuxCoin on a non ATI graphics card ( don't need to mine ) but would be nice to make it easier to configure things and run a bitcoin client from going to use it to pxe my mining rigs from and run SmartCoin once it is fully multi rig compatible

I have been frustrated at my attempts to make it work with nvidia or cpu with both guiminer and bitminter.com. I know they suck but wanted to be able to at least demo something to those without good gear.

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July 30, 2011, 04:09:07 AM
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Hmm, trying to use Linuxcoin, but having a problem

Followed the guide here to the letter.

When I reboot, it looks like it's going to start up, but then shuts down AMDOverdriveCtrl windows and nothing happens.

I tried to run the startminers.sh solo, and I get this, whether I type sudo or not:

Code:
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# sudo startminers.sh
ATI Overdrive(TM) enabled
/usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 6: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index 3 choosen.
INF: Adapter index 0 choosen.
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
ACT: Set fan speed to default
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
INF: Color temp disp(2) :
INF: current 6500K default 6500K
INF: min 4000K max 10000K step 100K
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# /usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 8: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied

startminers.sh:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
sudo aticonfig --od-enable
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i0 &
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i3 &
cd /opt/miners/phoenix/
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.priory:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k p$
sleep 2
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.secunda:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k $

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July 30, 2011, 05:12:19 AM
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Hmm, trying to use Linuxcoin, but having a problem

Followed the guide here to the letter.

When I reboot, it looks like it's going to start up, but then shuts down AMDOverdriveCtrl windows and nothing happens.

I tried to run the startminers.sh solo, and I get this, whether I type sudo or not:

Code:
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# sudo startminers.sh
ATI Overdrive(TM) enabled
/usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 6: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index 3 choosen.
INF: Adapter index 0 choosen.
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
ACT: Set fan speed to default
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
INF: Color temp disp(2) :
INF: current 6500K default 6500K
INF: min 4000K max 10000K step 100K
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# /usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 8: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied

startminers.sh:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
sudo aticonfig --od-enable
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i0 &
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i3 &
cd /opt/miners/phoenix/
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.priory:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k p$
sleep 2
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.secunda:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k $

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You may want to verify that phoenix.py is executable
Code:
sudo chmod +x /opt/miners/phoenix/phoenix.py

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July 30, 2011, 05:36:32 AM
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You may want to verify that phoenix.py is executable
Code:
sudo chmod +x /opt/miners/phoenix/phoenix.py

Did that, now it seems to startup, if I run the startminers.sh script manually, but all I get is:

Code:
ATI Overdrive(TM) enabled
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:34858784, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:35472080, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index 3 choosen.
INF: Adapter index 0 choosen.
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
ACT: Set fan speed to default
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
INF: Color temp disp(2) :
INF: current 6500K default 6500K
INF: min 4000K max 10000K step 100K
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
[30/07/2011 05:32:23] Phoenix r101 starting...
[0 Khash/sec] [0 Accepted] [0 Rejected][30/07/2011 05:32:23] Phoenix r101 starting...
[30/07/2011 05:32:53] Failed to connect, retrying...
[0 Kha[30/07/2011 05:32:53] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:33:38] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:33:38] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:34:23] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:34:23] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:35:08] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:35:08] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:35:53] Failed to connect, retrying...
[30/07/2011 05:35:53] Failed to connect, retrying...
[0 Khash/sec] [0 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [RPC

And, it won't run at all with the auto.sh script, same as before, starts up the terminal and the two instances of AMDOverdriveCtrl, then shuts everything down.

*Edit*

Hmm, seems if I type this in the phoenix directory, it starts up just fine:

Code:
./phoenix.py -u http://USERNAME.WORKERNAME:PASSWORD@mining.bitcoin.cz:8332/ -k poclbm DEVICE=0 VECTORS AGGRESSION=3

so Phoenix works, just not via the scripts. Guess I try and figure out where they are going wrong

List of client download mirrors / Older Catalyst drivers/SDK
13dRbbqBpfZEmZiXXdLM4NKNoJYsgHbuFJ  <- might as well, in case someone feels generous. Wink
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July 30, 2011, 06:29:36 AM
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'k, got both cards working, had to do it manually though.

Wish I knew what the problems with the scripts were.  Sad

List of client download mirrors / Older Catalyst drivers/SDK
13dRbbqBpfZEmZiXXdLM4NKNoJYsgHbuFJ  <- might as well, in case someone feels generous. Wink
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July 30, 2011, 08:39:12 AM
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one thought, in the wiki in the section for creating the startminers.sh shell script there should be added:
aticonfig --pplib-cmd "set fanspeed 0 70"

That way you can be sure those who are new to this or not so savvy at the time will at least be running their gpu fan at 70%.... just a thought.... those casual miners are likely using a gfx card in their closed desktop pc.
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July 30, 2011, 01:06:00 PM
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Ok a lot to reply to lol !!

Today I installed the pre-final. During installation I followed this instructions: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=7374.msg286940#msg286940

First it seemed that everything was fine, but there where some little things I am wondering about.
Sometimes when linuxcoin is starting, it is asking me for a password, which I can bypass, by pressing enter. Because I normally do not have a keyboard attached to this machine, it would be better, if this would not happen. Does anyone know how I can stop this screen from appearing?

If I try to shutdown the computer by using the red button in the right bottom corner, I always ending up in a black screen with a blinking white cursor on the upper left. Because I would sometimes shutdon the computer remote, I need to know why this is happening and how I can stop this.

The third is more a question:
can anyone tell me, how can I make the "Remote Desktop" autostarting with correct settings?

The Idea behind all of the above is, to control the machine completely remotly, but the actual behavior makes it impossible for me, to shutdown or restart the machine without having a hand on it.

Thank you for your help. ;-)

All these bugs have been fixed in the final version. I'll update the repository today bud. Stand by for more info.

Mounting live-rw from within non-persistent boot of 0.2-prefinal didn't work, seems to be write protected. I did the update, upgrade from within 0.2-prefinal persistent. I think I'll just re-image the 0.2-prefinal and start over. Maybe boot into non-persistent before updating, upgrading?

Sorry bud this was my fault. i should of named the kernel something else so apt-get doesn't get confused and install the debian kernel over the top of linuxcoins. If you have anything you want to keep on there contact me via PM and I'll send you my skype address and talk you though recovery.

What needs to be done to run LinuxCoin on a non ATI graphics card ( don't need to mine ) but would be nice to make it easier to configure things and run a bitcoin client from going to use it to pxe my mining rigs from and run SmartCoin once it is fully multi rig compatible


--Enzo

LinuxCoin will work on nearly every GC you can think of. Its not just for mining hence the security beef up and things. It has most drivers and for everything else there's vesa.

What needs to be done to run LinuxCoin on a non ATI graphics card ( don't need to mine ) but would be nice to make it easier to configure things and run a bitcoin client from going to use it to pxe my mining rigs from and run SmartCoin once it is fully multi rig compatible

I have been frustrated at my attempts to make it work with nvidia or cpu with both guiminer and bitminter.com. I know they suck but wanted to be able to at least demo something to those without good gear.

cpumining works fine on phoenix / poclbm / cgminer try one of them. Alo the latest kernel has been patched for lightning speed CPU mining Wink

Hmm, trying to use Linuxcoin, but having a problem

Followed the guide here to the letter.

When I reboot, it looks like it's going to start up, but then shuts down AMDOverdriveCtrl windows and nothing happens.

I tried to run the startminers.sh solo, and I get this, whether I type sudo or not:

Code:
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# sudo startminers.sh
ATI Overdrive(TM) enabled
/usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 6: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Nr. of Adapters: 6
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 0, active, ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 1, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 2, inact., ID:12199712, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 3, active, ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 4, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index: 5, inact., ID:12813008, ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
INF: Adapter index 3 choosen.
INF: Adapter index 0 choosen.
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
INF: Nr. of Performance Levels: 3
INF: Card's default Perf Level 0: GPU 157MHz Memory 300MHz Voltage 0.968V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 1: GPU 550MHz Memory 900MHz Voltage 1.068V
INF: Card's default Perf Level 2: GPU 725MHz Memory 1000MHz Voltage 1.118V
ACT: Set fan speed to default
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
INF: Color temp disp(2) :
INF: current 6500K default 6500K
INF: min 4000K max 10000K step 100K
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
INF: Nr. of Displays to check 4
WRN: color temperature setting not supported.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
ACT: Set fan speed to default
INF: FanCtrl mode off
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 0: 157MHz, 300MHz, MHz, 0.968V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 1: 550MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.068V
ACT: SetOverdriveValues: Level 2: 875MHz, 425MHz, MHz, 1.118V
INF: Default profile found and loaded.
root@linuxcoin:/usr/local/bin# /usr/local/bin/startminers.sh: line 8: ./phoenix.py: Permission denied

startminers.sh:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
sudo aticonfig --od-enable
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i0 &
sudo AMDOverdriveCtrl -i3 &
cd /opt/miners/phoenix/
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.priory:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k p$
sleep 2
./phoenix.py -u http://Cyberphunk.secunda:pw@api2.bitcoins.cz:8080 -k $

Help?

Here's a script that will work.

Code:
#!/bin/bash
#Lets setup some global vars
WORKSIZE="256"
CCLOCK="1000"
MCLOCK="300"
FANSPEED="80"
USERNAME="Cyberphunk"
PASSWORD="pw"
URL="api2.bitcoins.cz"
PORT="8080"

#time to start mining
#setup cards
sudo aticonfig --od-enable
sudo aticonfig --odsc="$CCLOCK,$MCLOCK" --adapter=all
sudo aticonfig --odcc --adapter=all
#lets go
cd /opt/miners/phoenix/
for i in 0 1; do # More cards ? just add more numbers. for eg 4 cards would be 0 1 2 3
  DISPLAY=0.$i sudo aticonfig --pplib-cmd="set fanspeed 0 $FANSPEED"
  python ./phoenix.py -u http://$USERNAME:$PASSWORD@$URL:$PASSWORD -k phatk \
  WORKSIZE=$WORKSIZE AGGRESSION=9 VECTORS BFI_INT FASTLOOPS=false DEVICE=$i &
  sleep 2
done

PS guys linuxcoin final will come shipped with catalyst 11.7 Wink sounds like a good idea right ?

http://forums.amd.com/devforum/messageview.cfm?catid=390&threadid=153211&enterthread=y
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@ CyberPhunk:

I ran my own guide to the letter and surprise-surprise I've got exactly the same issue.

So, quick run trough the lines of the scripts revealed the culprit - there is an extra "&" that you may want to remove, in the startminers.sh, the one that is listed at the end of the last phoenix.py execution.

It should run fine then.

Sorry for the mistake, I've no idea how that got there

@stryker

the way it is now enables automatic fan control, which in my opinion much better than 70%, at the levels we load these cards anyway.

But if one wants to experiment with the thermal/noise management, by all means, that is pretty good way of starting.

keep them miners working guys! :-)

And don't forget that all credit should go to drgr33n, the creator of LinuxCoin, without which none of this would have been possible.

Thanks again, chap!

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July 30, 2011, 03:22:29 PM
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@ CyberPhunk:

I ran my own guide to the letter and surprise-surprise I've got exactly the same issue.

So, quick run trough the lines of the scripts revealed the culprit - there is an extra "&" that you may want to remove, in the startminers.sh, the one that is listed at the end of the last phoenix.py execution.

It should run fine then.

Sorry for the mistake, I've no idea how that got there

@stryker

the way it is now enables automatic fan control, which in my opinion much better than 70%, at the levels we load these cards anyway.

But if one wants to experiment with the thermal/noise management, by all means, that is pretty good way of starting.

keep them miners working guys! :-)

And don't forget that all credit should go to drgr33n, the creator of LinuxCoin, without which none of this would have been possible.

Thanks again, chap!



awww thanks man !! i haven't got a clue how many users their are but I would say theres alot Cheesy PS guys 11.7 is fooking awesome in the initial tests !! Cheesy

PPS: Linuxcoin prefinal has been removed to make way for the working final version Wink I would suggest everybody upgrades to the final version because it's uber sexy and works lol Cheesy
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July 30, 2011, 04:00:46 PM
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I don't know about the initial test results with 11.7, but from what I've heard, sticking with 11.6 sounds like a better idea.
Higher Mhash rates with 11.6 than 11.7 so far is what i've heard.

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