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July 06, 2011, 12:13:30 AM
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and not a hdd in sight Cheesy that box is running 0.2.1b with my new PXE scripts. will be releasing soon Wink

Super Sweet Dr. Green (we don't need no stinkin hdd's) Grin, Awesome work man.


wtf... I've been thinking his name was some effed up version of dragon and when you said dr green his handle almost bitch slapped me!

hahaha Cheesy why ? Have are path'd crossed before ?

PS: had to take the PXE server down I need my laptop Cheesy Just wanted to demo some of the potential of this PXE stuff in such difficult times literally Cheesy
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July 06, 2011, 12:33:50 AM
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First off awesome job!

I have a slight issue, I got LinuxCoin 0.2.1b up and running from a USB with the 1G persistence file, but every time I start a Phoenix miner I get a python depreciated warning. Has anyone else seen that?

Just a warning don't worry its go to do with phoenix need to be modded slightly to come up to date with pyopencl. It wont affect anything Cheesy

Just for fun who wants to monitor my LinuxCoin PXE mock cluster ? lol

http://94.197.175.14/monitor/

It's going to be online for 24 hours for a stability test. Next I'm going to be holding a competition Cheesy Who can hack linuxcoin for a reward Wink

You should include the option to monitor a mining setup such as the link you provided for your setup

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July 06, 2011, 12:38:01 AM
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First off awesome job!

I have a slight issue, I got LinuxCoin 0.2.1b up and running from a USB with the 1G persistence file, but every time I start a Phoenix miner I get a python depreciated warning. Has anyone else seen that?

Just a warning don't worry its go to do with phoenix need to be modded slightly to come up to date with pyopencl. It wont affect anything Cheesy

Just for fun who wants to monitor my LinuxCoin PXE mock cluster ? lol

http://94.197.175.14/monitor/

It's going to be online for 24 hours for a stability test. Next I'm going to be holding a competition Cheesy Who can hack linuxcoin for a reward Wink

You should include the option to monitor a mining setup such as the link you provided for your setup

On it's way Wink
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July 06, 2011, 02:44:07 AM
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Well I have taken the plunge and am downloading it now.

I have about 1% confidence that I understand the instructions but am going to give it my best shot.

Sure looks good "on paper".

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July 06, 2011, 03:05:29 AM
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anyone have any steps on how to update after I've saved my scripts etc?
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July 06, 2011, 04:31:38 AM
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Well I have taken the plunge and am downloading it now.

I have about 1% confidence that I understand the instructions but am going to give it my best shot.

Sure looks good "on paper".


Welcome aboard!  Linuxcoin is great & pretty straightforward to config/run - you'll like it once you get to know it :-)

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July 06, 2011, 04:40:12 AM
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Finally got it onto the (hopefully bootable) USB.

Tired old man is going to bounce on the bed and see if it boots in the mawnin.

8^)

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July 06, 2011, 11:05:56 AM
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Finally got it onto the (hopefully bootable) USB.

Tired old man is going to bounce on the bed and see if it boots in the mawnin.

8^)

There are many helpful people here that that assisted me, lead by dr. green himself. I'll certainly try and pass it forward. Oh, and I have you beat in the "old" department, I'm 68 ;-)

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July 06, 2011, 11:40:04 AM
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Hi, i am pretty bad at configuring linux, how do i get 0.2.1b to work without physical display? ssh works  but i cant start anything gpu-related from it. I tried DISPLY=:0, 0.1, it doesnt work.
Currently i am running 0.2a, it workes fine there and i use x11vnc to monitor stuff(everything on one screen and keeping ssh open caused 30% stales (i dont know why...)). Cant get x11vnc to work on 0.2.1b too.

Remote desktop is pre setup you just need to tick the box to say you want to allow connections. Check out system in linuxcoin's menu. If you want to run ssh to monitor your cards there are a couple of things you need to do.

After some beating on trying to get persistence to work(i suspect your 2gb file is broken ?at least didnt work for me...) i enabled remote desktop on desktop pc. But when i boot that system on mining
rig vnc cant connect to it. Ssh works, remote desktop doesnt. Back in desktop and everything works fine Sad
First I would change the password on the root account. Makes life easier and no security is needed really for a mining box.

Code:
ssh user@myip
sudo su
passwd root
xhost +
chmod uog+rw /dev/dri/card*

Now you can login as root and use your cards

Code:
ssh root@myip


Code:
xhost +
xhost: unable to open display ""
setting to DISPALY to 0 or 0.1 didnt help.

sorry, i will just use windows for now, maybe next version will work for me better ...
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July 06, 2011, 12:00:27 PM
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setting to DISPALY to 0 or 0.1 didnt help.

sorry, i will just use windows for now, maybe next version will work for me better ...

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ssh works  but i cant start anything gpu-related from it. I tried DISPLY=:0, 0.1, it doesnt work.


Hi,  I noticed in both posts you spelled DISPLAY wrong. Could it be that? I'm not being an arse - i find typos are a big reason for my bash mistakes since I can't touch type.

Good luck - I've had no problems using remote desktop on OSX and chicken of VNC (built-in OSX vnc wont work).

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July 06, 2011, 12:15:36 PM
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I have been using linuxcoin for about a week, i think its great. I followed a tut on youtube to install it on an hdd, instead i just used a usb flash drive, worked out the same and no persistance file issues at all. I wrote a small script to start poclbm mining on all hardware at once and to set my fans to 85% also keeps everything in one terminal window. I wrote another script to install to hdd with just a few command, will post that in a couple day. Just run this from /opt/miners/poclbm
Code:
#! /bin/bash # This script will guide you started mining.

echo "This will get you mining in a few seconds!"

echo "How many devices do you want to start mining on?:"

read deviceAmount

echo "What is the domain or ip of the mining server? EX. pit.deepbit.net :"

read miningServer

echo "What is the port your want to connect to? Ex. 8332 :"

read miningServerPort

echo "What is the username?:"

read userName

echo "What is the password?:"

read password

echo "What flags do you want to pass? Ex. -v -w128 :"

read -e flags

for ((i=0; i < $deviceAmount; i++))
do
sudo ./poclbm.py -d$i --host=$miningServer --port=$miningServerPort --user=$userName --pass=$password $flags &
export DISPLAY=:0.$i
aticonfig --pplib-cmd="set fanspeed 0 85" &
done
 
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July 06, 2011, 01:56:21 PM
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Hi,  I noticed in both posts you spelled DISPLAY wrong. Could it be that? I'm not being an arse - i find typos are a big reason for my bash mistakes since I can't touch type.

Good luck - I've had no problems using remote desktop on OSX and chicken of VNC (built-in OSX vnc wont work).

Hi, no since i typed it right in 0.2a and couldnt mistake it every time in 0.21b Smiley
finally dragged mining rig to tv and 0.21b cant start x server. and windows7 from another rig refuses to start on this mb. oh well, back to 0.2a.
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July 06, 2011, 05:06:46 PM
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Hi,

I've got my mining script going on 0.21b a little unstable, but it runs. I'm using a USB drive with persistence, the next step is to get the script called at boot time, but the first step is to get LinuxCoin to boot into the persistence mode automatically without having to choose in the menu each time.

How do I do that?

Thanks

Trip

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July 06, 2011, 05:58:45 PM
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Hi,

I've got my mining script going on 0.21b a little unstable, but it runs. I'm using a USB drive with persistence, the next step is to get the script called at boot time, but the first step is to get LinuxCoin to boot into the persistence mode automatically without having to choose in the menu each time.

How do I do that?

Thanks

Trip

I'm looking to do the same thing. I have the miner machine running headless now, but I currently need to reconnect the necessary periphials to re-start it. I want to be able to accomplish a warm re-start via my VNC connection.

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July 06, 2011, 06:10:12 PM
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that's my plan, I also want to change the run level so that it does not bother to boot to the gui interface, despite the lovely backgrounds  Wink

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July 06, 2011, 10:42:10 PM
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Ha! well I can't seem to find any option to allow a 9 months old TigerDirect computer w/ AMD Athlon dual core 2.31 ghz boot to the USB. I knew it was a piece of crap.

AND my wallet.dat file is gone after tweaking my MSSE scan settings. LOL

good thing there was only .3BTC in it.

So much for my bitcoin test, looks like it all went to hell in a handbasket within 24 hours.

Of coures I had not backlet it up or encrypted it yet.

I'm going to punt and give it another go on another computer. sheesh!

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July 06, 2011, 11:11:57 PM
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Ha! well I can't seem to find any option to allow a 9 months old TigerDirect computer w/ AMD Athlon dual core 2.31 ghz boot to the USB. I knew it was a piece of crap.
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Seems to me that any recent computer would have an option in BIOS to select Boot Device, or at least select boot device during boot (for my MSI motherboard it's F11 during boot).

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July 06, 2011, 11:17:29 PM
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I need some configuration help..

how can i have my miner scripts execute without a monitor attached? i see that under /etc/xdc or whatever that i can include my .sh for aticonfig and my .sh for spinning up my gpus against a pool. i've been able to get as far as that - i.e. turn it on, sit and wait, and if the monitor is attached, it all starts automatically. of course, since the GUI isn't starting without the monitor attached, it's running a different set of scripts, but i can't seem to use outside references with linuxcoin effectively with the seemingly complex solutions to this problem that i've found online.

is there a particular directory in which i can simply add an autostart script referencing my ati and mining scripts?

Help!

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July 06, 2011, 11:18:53 PM
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Ha! well I can't seem to find any option to allow a 9 months old TigerDirect computer w/ AMD Athlon dual core 2.31 ghz boot to the USB. I knew it was a piece of crap.
...

Seems to me that any recent computer would have an option in BIOS to select Boot Device, or at least select boot device during boot (for my MSI motherboard it's F11 during boot).

Same-Same I have some old Dell's at work and they have the option, tell us what motherboard you have and we can tell you what key press it is

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July 07, 2011, 12:22:37 AM
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This is hilarious. This is computer #3 (wife's that is aol nightmare) I was going to throw it away not too long ago as multiple re-formats of windoze (including fdisk delete partitions a format c:/s) would not stop the viri.

In desperation I totally reformated it to Ubuntu and now it is a dream.

This message is being typed from USB Linuxcoin!

And the funny part is this is a cheapie bought some 4 years ago in Costa Rica. Beats the crap out of the TigerDirect scam that won't boot to usb.

Now the hard part, how to convince my wife that her computer will be the new miner test.


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