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May 14, 2011, 04:09:25 AM
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Stick with me guys I am working alone and have other commitments etc Cheesy Plus I'm trying to mine enough coins to pay for the URL Wink

Please continue doing such a nice work, thanks for your effort (some btc on the way).



Thanks bud !! The next version is coming along nicely Cheesy Very low ram usage and lots of features plus I'm now working on the mining GUI. Cheesy


Pls don´t skip AMDOverdrivectl, very important tool.  ;-)

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May 14, 2011, 05:06:48 AM
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When will can we expect new version?
Any date to mention?

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May 14, 2011, 05:31:31 AM
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Linux noob here.

How do i run the miners?
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May 14, 2011, 06:57:43 AM
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Is there any way to get DHCP enabled in the current USB version of linuxcoin? I'm completely new to linux and I have no idea what i'm doing here or how to get this working.
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May 14, 2011, 10:28:42 AM
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Stick with me guys I am working alone and have other commitments etc Cheesy Plus I'm trying to mine enough coins to pay for the URL Wink

Please continue doing such a nice work, thanks for your effort (some btc on the way).



Thanks bud !! The next version is coming along nicely Cheesy Very low ram usage and lots of features plus I'm now working on the mining GUI. Cheesy


Pls don´t skip AMDOverdrivectl, very important tool.  ;-)


Already included Cheesy

When will can we expect new version?
Any date to mention?


Not timescale ATM. The core is in place just some loose ends to tie up nut dude a mans gota get laid sometimes hehehe Cheesy

Linux noob here.

How do i run the miners?

There#s plenty of posts explaining things here. I would suggest you choose a miner from /opt/miners and have a look at there thread here.

Is there any way to get DHCP enabled in the current USB version of linuxcoin? I'm completely new to linux and I have no idea what i'm doing here or how to get this working.

I'll put a little how to in a mo Wink
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May 14, 2011, 03:48:57 PM
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Sorry if I missed something obvious, but does this require a 64-bit CPU?  The USB booter is telling me the kernel needs x86-64, while I have an i686 (P4 Northwood).
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May 14, 2011, 05:22:31 PM
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Sorry if I missed something obvious, but does this require a 64-bit CPU?  The USB booter is telling me the kernel needs x86-64, while I have an i686 (P4 Northwood).

Yes sorry its 64bit only. I didn't think anyone would be running old machines like that anymore Cheesy I could add a 32bit kernel if people required this ?
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May 14, 2011, 05:27:31 PM
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I would love one.  I figured holding on to 10-year old hardware would eventually pay off, and I'm almost there!
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May 14, 2011, 08:38:37 PM
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Hello drgr33n,

This is really great stuff.  I installed it and got it running right away... I was generating bitcoins in about half an hour.  It was really easy.

I'm seeing a strange problem though: it seems like writes to my filesystem (on the USB stick) don't get committed.  For instance, I created script files to start off miner processes.  The files seem to have been written OK, but when I reboot the files are gone.

I tried running sync before rebooting but that didn't help.

My dongle doesn't have any kind of write-protect switch and writes just fine if I plug it into my windows box.

I'm not that much of a unix person... I'm probably doing something wrong being the nub I am.  If you have any ideas it might help.
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May 14, 2011, 09:30:56 PM
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This utility has been a huge help, getting 169 Mhash on my old 5770 with linuxcoin.  I'm looking forward to sending you a few days of BTC for the +Mhash/s your build will afford me once I can overclock my dedicated miner with your build. 

When is your next release?

Cheers,
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May 15, 2011, 03:47:19 AM
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Is there any way to get DHCP enabled in the current USB version of linuxcoin? I'm completely new to linux and I have no idea what i'm doing here or how to get this working.

DHCP is enabled ? try using the wicd network mananager

start -> programs -> network -> monitoring -> WICD

then click the icon in the bottom right screen and connect.

Hello drgr33n,

This is really great stuff.  I installed it and got it running right away... I was generating bitcoins in about half an hour.  It was really easy.

I'm seeing a strange problem though: it seems like writes to my filesystem (on the USB stick) don't get committed.  For instance, I created script files to start off miner processes.  The files seem to have been written OK, but when I reboot the files are gone.

I tried running sync before rebooting but that didn't help.

My dongle doesn't have any kind of write-protect switch and writes just fine if I plug it into my windows box.

I'm not that much of a unix person... I'm probably doing something wrong being the nub I am.  If you have any ideas it might help.

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7374.msg113610#msg113610

This utility has been a huge help, getting 169 Mhash on my old 5770 with linuxcoin.  I'm looking forward to sending you a few days of BTC for the +Mhash/s your build will afford me once I can overclock my dedicated miner with your build.  

When is your next release?

Cheers,
nebiz

excellent news !! The next release is in the oven and getting close Cheesy Just polishing a few things. I was going to code a little GUI for mining but I think I'll just include a bash script for now. Still pretty simple just follow the instructions. Sort of got a logo and everything sorted !! In the process of buying the domains and we should have a wiki etc. I'll try and put as much as I can on there but would encourage users to sign up and add there own content.

I'm not going to put a timescale on things but I as things stand v0.2 is much better than v0.1 already so might just pack up and release what I've got for now to get you guys running with this while I take care of other things for a bit Wink
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May 15, 2011, 10:00:24 AM
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I got the USB version to work.

How to I begin pool mining deebpit using phoenix?

Where do I put the script, and what script do I use?  Have a 5830.

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May 15, 2011, 03:50:03 PM
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Is there any way to get DHCP enabled in the current USB version of linuxcoin? I'm completely new to linux and I have no idea what i'm doing here or how to get this working.

DHCP is enabled ? try using the wicd network mananager

start -> programs -> network -> monitoring -> WICD

then click the icon in the bottom right screen and connect.

Hello drgr33n,

This is really great stuff.  I installed it and got it running right away... I was generating bitcoins in about half an hour.  It was really easy.

I'm seeing a strange problem though: it seems like writes to my filesystem (on the USB stick) don't get committed.  For instance, I created script files to start off miner processes.  The files seem to have been written OK, but when I reboot the files are gone.

I tried running sync before rebooting but that didn't help.

My dongle doesn't have any kind of write-protect switch and writes just fine if I plug it into my windows box.

I'm not that much of a unix person... I'm probably doing something wrong being the nub I am.  If you have any ideas it might help.

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7374.msg113610#msg113610

This utility has been a huge help, getting 169 Mhash on my old 5770 with linuxcoin.  I'm looking forward to sending you a few days of BTC for the +Mhash/s your build will afford me once I can overclock my dedicated miner with your build.  

When is your next release?

Cheers,
nebiz

excellent news !! The next release is in the oven and getting close Cheesy Just polishing a few things. I was going to code a little GUI for mining but I think I'll just include a bash script for now. Still pretty simple just follow the instructions. Sort of got a logo and everything sorted !! In the process of buying the domains and we should have a wiki etc. I'll try and put as much as I can on there but would encourage users to sign up and add there own content.

I'm not going to put a timescale on things but I as things stand v0.2 is much better than v0.1 already so might just pack up and release what I've got for now to get you guys running with this while I take care of other things for a bit Wink

my rig is in the mail right now ill be trying this out first as soon as i get it. im also a linux noob but i think my 6990's will preform better in linux. that why ill be trying linuxcoin. you got a great project going nice work.
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May 15, 2011, 05:03:20 PM
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drgr33n, I'm wondering if you'd consider including the "phatk" phoenix kernel by default with the distro..here is the link:

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7964.0

This kernel is optimized for 5870s and it add a nice bump in performance. Some linuxcoin users will definitely appreciate it if it was already found in the mining dir.

Just a suggestion..kind of one for lazy people :p but yeah none the less. Thanks!

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May 15, 2011, 07:24:08 PM
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I got the USB version to work.

How to I begin pool mining deebpit using phoenix?

Where do I put the script, and what script do I use?  Have a 5830.

The miners are included in /opt/miners

If you do a quick search on here you will find the command you need to issue to start mining.

drgr33n, I'm wondering if you'd consider including the "phatk" phoenix kernel by default with the distro..here is the link:

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7964.0

This kernel is optimized for 5870s and it add a nice bump in performance. Some linuxcoin users will definitely appreciate it if it was already found in the mining dir.

Just a suggestion..kind of one for lazy people :p but yeah none the less. Thanks!


Thanks for the suggestion this has already been added to v0.2 Wink
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May 15, 2011, 10:56:49 PM
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excellent news !! The next release is in the oven and getting close Cheesy Just polishing a few things. I was going to code a little GUI for mining but I think I'll just include a bash script for now. Still pretty simple just follow the instructions. Sort of got a logo and everything sorted !! In the process of buying the domains and we should have a wiki etc. I'll try and put as much as I can on there but would encourage users to sign up and add there own content.

I'm not going to put a timescale on things but I as things stand v0.2 is much better than v0.1 already so might just pack up and release what I've got for now to get you guys running with this while I take care of other things for a bit Wink

I have version v.01 up and running on 5 dedicated mining machines, I would love to give v.02 a try before I continue deploying.  I love the fact that I'm replacing expensive, noisy, electricity consuming hard drives with USB thumb drives and intend on converting my whole cluster over.

Time frame - are we talking days or weeks?  Smiley
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excellent news !! The next release is in the oven and getting close Cheesy Just polishing a few things. I was going to code a little GUI for mining but I think I'll just include a bash script for now. Still pretty simple just follow the instructions. Sort of got a logo and everything sorted !! In the process of buying the domains and we should have a wiki etc. I'll try and put as much as I can on there but would encourage users to sign up and add there own content.

I'm not going to put a timescale on things but I as things stand v0.2 is much better than v0.1 already so might just pack up and release what I've got for now to get you guys running with this while I take care of other things for a bit Wink

I have version v.01 up and running on 5 dedicated mining machines, I would love to give v.02 a try before I continue deploying.  I love the fact that I'm replacing expensive, noisy, electricity consuming hard drives with USB thumb drives and intend on converting my whole cluster over.

Time frame - are we talking days or weeks?  Smiley

Nice Wink I'm not going to put a timescale on things but very soon. It won't be the final version but its a improvement on the last version and makes things a lot easier for the average user.

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May 16, 2011, 12:36:46 PM
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May I create these ISO's into torrents and post them on the pirate bay so we have a quicker and more robust download?
If you are ok with it and don't mind, could you post a small description? Smiley

I was thinking about;
NAME: LinuxCoin, a lightweight Debian based OS with everything ready to go.
INFO: LinuxCoin is a small Debian based live OS targeted at Bitcoin miners & regular users. LinuxCoin installs onto flash media and allows you to take your wallet where ever you go. http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7374
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May 16, 2011, 02:07:18 PM
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He hasn't released stable version so far. Its only in beta.

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May 16, 2011, 04:01:27 PM
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May I create these ISO's into torrents and post them on the pirate bay so we have a quicker and more robust download?
If you are ok with it and don't mind, could you post a small description? Smiley

I was thinking about;
NAME: LinuxCoin, a lightweight Debian based OS with everything ready to go.
INFO: LinuxCoin is a small Debian based live OS targeted at Bitcoin miners & regular users. LinuxCoin installs onto flash media and allows you to take your wallet where ever you go. http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7374

I for one would gladly seed this. But I think it's a good idea to wait until he releases a stable version before we mass propagate this via torrent.

Just my 2 bitcoins worth...

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