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May 16, 2011, 07:30:16 PM
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Can someone please guide me how to setup Phoenix miner with deepbit on this OS. Never used Linux before.  Huh
It should be enough with just the commands and where too post them.

Thanks!
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May 16, 2011, 07:35:48 PM
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Can someone please guide me how to setup Phoenix miner with deepbit on this OS. Never used Linux before.  Huh
It should be enough with just the commands and where too post them.

Thanks!

this is the command line you need :


cd /opt/miners/phoenix
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0

If you don't own the private keys, you don't own the coins.
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May 16, 2011, 08:42:10 PM
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Can someone please guide me how to setup Phoenix miner with deepbit on this OS. Never used Linux before.  Huh
It should be enough with just the commands and where too post them.

Thanks!

this is the command line you need :


cd /opt/miners/phoenix
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0

Thank you, with that code running two instances on my 5970 I get about 610Mh/s, looking at the comparison chart I've tried some of the other combos but never get above 307Mh/s per core, I'm using this card http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131324 and linuxcoin, could anyone give me any pointers on how to get to the 800Mh/s range? Much appreciated thanks!

ps. (I also have to run it as python phoenix.py, using ./phoenix.py tells me permission denied, but I doubt this is affecting my hash rate)
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May 16, 2011, 10:11:22 PM
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Can someone please guide me how to setup Phoenix miner with deepbit on this OS. Never used Linux before.  Huh
It should be enough with just the commands and where too post them.

Thanks!

this is the command line you need :


cd /opt/miners/phoenix
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0

Thank you, with that code running two instances on my 5970 I get about 610Mh/s, looking at the comparison chart I've tried some of the other combos but never get above 307Mh/s per core, I'm using this card http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131324 and linuxcoin, could anyone give me any pointers on how to get to the 800Mh/s range? Much appreciated thanks!

ps. (I also have to run it as python phoenix.py, using ./phoenix.py tells me permission denied, but I doubt this is affecting my hash rate)

Download phatk kernel and put it into kernels directory
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7964.0

To start mining type:
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=13 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0

You should also underclock Memory clock and overclock Core clock. For exact values you can play around or search on the mining board
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May 16, 2011, 11:05:43 PM
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Here are the commands I use to take the raw v.01 live image and have it start mining coins, I just put it together into one script and fire it off once the machine has booted and acquired a DHCP address.

# Start of script

# Changes computer name on network
hostname=miner-01

# OKs AMD agreement
tar xvfz /opt/AMD-APP-SDK-v2.4-lnx64/icd-registration.tgz -C /

# Sets keyboard to US layout
setxkbmap -layout us

# Launches miner processes
xterm/opt/miners/phoenix/python phoenix.py vectors bfi_int aggression=10 worksize=128 device=0 -u http://USER:PASS@SERVER:8332/

xterm/opt/miners/phoenix/python phoenix.py vectors bfi_int aggression=10 worksize=128 device=1 -u http://USER:PASS@SERVER:8332/

#End of script
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May 16, 2011, 11:51:15 PM
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Can someone please guide me how to setup Phoenix miner with deepbit on this OS. Never used Linux before.  Huh
It should be enough with just the commands and where too post them.

Thanks!

this is the command line you need :


cd /opt/miners/phoenix
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0

Thank you, with that code running two instances on my 5970 I get about 610Mh/s, looking at the comparison chart I've tried some of the other combos but never get above 307Mh/s per core, I'm using this card http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131324 and linuxcoin, could anyone give me any pointers on how to get to the 800Mh/s range? Much appreciated thanks!

ps. (I also have to run it as python phoenix.py, using ./phoenix.py tells me permission denied, but I doubt this is affecting my hash rate)

did you try to "chmod +x phoenix.py" ?

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May 17, 2011, 01:20:20 PM
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Just a quick update on the current development status of linuxcoin. All the hardware support etc has been completed and tested to the best of my ability. Lack of hardware means I cannot test every situation Wink for this reason Linuxcoin will still be released as alpha until you guys have tested and I have some feedback.

I can say that the next version of linuxcoin will be released by the weekend Cheesy This release I'm hoping will cater for everyone and not just the mining community Cheesy I want Linuxcoin to help everyone have access to the bitcoin network and bitcoins. Linuxcoin 0.2a has also been designed to enhance the security of your bitcoin wallet etc.

Lots of more features etc to be included in the final version Wink

Stand by for more info !!!
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May 17, 2011, 03:21:29 PM
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Awesome! I'm looking forward to this release. I hope you write an extensive changelog so we can see what has been changed/updated/upgraded Smiley

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May 17, 2011, 04:44:59 PM
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Awesome! I'm looking forward to this release. I hope you write an extensive changelog so we can see what has been changed/updated/upgraded Smiley

lol impossible Cheesy everything's basically new Wink I'll do my best !
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May 17, 2011, 09:15:17 PM
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Awesome! I'm looking forward to this release. I hope you write an extensive changelog so we can see what has been changed/updated/upgraded Smiley

lol impossible Cheesy everything's basically new Wink I'll do my best !

heheh.. I see, so everything is basically fresh..yum yum. Well then don't worry about it Wink...as long as it works it's all good in the bitcoin neighborhood.

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May 17, 2011, 09:57:19 PM
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Awesome! I'm looking forward to this release. I hope you write an extensive changelog so we can see what has been changed/updated/upgraded Smiley

lol impossible Cheesy everything's basically new Wink I'll do my best !

heheh.. I see, so everything is basically fresh..yum yum. Well then don't worry about it Wink...as long as it works it's all good in the bitcoin neighborhood.

Wink Here's a list of changes off the top of my head.

bug fixes
IceWM dropped for LXDE
pidgen dropped for instandbird
Skype
phoenix phatk kernel
autostart mining script
xchat
graphical changes
atioverdrvctl
now based on debian wheezy (with a few sid packages)

todo

Encrypted /home dir *

* still deciding to enforce encrypting the /home dir upon boot or to add instructions to the wiki ?
add support for nvidia cards
32bit version of linuxcoin

all crammed onto 680 MB !! Cheesy

Please if you want to see something else included post / pm me now !! Cheesy
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May 17, 2011, 10:00:47 PM
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Hi,
I've been playing around with LinuxCoin and think it's very cool. One thing I can't figure out is how to install atioverdrvctl. It gives me dependancies error. Could you maybe post few commands that I can use to install it, or is it more complicated than that and I'll have to wait for v0.2?
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May 17, 2011, 10:01:51 PM
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Hi,
I've been playing around with LinuxCoin and think it's very cool. One thing I can't figure out is how to install atioverdrvctl. It gives me dependancies error. Could you maybe post few commands that I can use to install it, or is it more complicated than that and I'll have to wait for v0.2?

Code:
apt-get -f upgrade

Should get you going but 0.2a is very close Wink
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May 17, 2011, 10:04:46 PM
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Thanks man
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May 18, 2011, 04:20:32 AM
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Congrats for the distro, already tested for about 48hs on dual 6990's on a DFI Lanparty UT NF4 SLI-D and a 1200w TR2 RX, and it's rock solid Smiley
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May 18, 2011, 04:40:28 AM
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I've been thoroughly beating my head against the wall about how to make this installation have persistent storage.

I'm trying to follow the instructions from http://www.infosecramblings.com/backtrack/backtrack-4-usbpersistent-changesnessus/#partition

I'm using a second Ubuntu 10.x system to set up the USB drive.

I can partition and format the USB drive OK, set up the two partitions.  When I do the rsync to install linuxcoin I get some errors.  After I use grub, the menu.lst file that's referred to doesn't exist (although there are some other .lst files there, but none that seem to resemble the instructions from that page).  When I try to boot the USB drive, after POST, the system BIOS says "This is not a bootable disk.  Please insert a bootable floppy..."

Has anyone gone through all this?

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May 18, 2011, 04:50:00 AM
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Congrats for the distro, already tested for about 48hs on dual 6990's on a DFI Lanparty UT NF4 SLI-D and a 1200w TR2 RX, and it's rock solid Smiley

heh I have that same board! unfortunately my 5970 actually melted the plastic part of the chipset fan today
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May 18, 2011, 05:09:11 AM
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Congrats for the distro, already tested for about 48hs on dual 6990's on a DFI Lanparty UT NF4 SLI-D and a 1200w TR2 RX, and it's rock solid Smiley

heh I have that same board! unfortunately my 5970 actually melted the plastic part of the chipset fan today

ahaha i have a non stock fan there, its from an old 9500 pro, and its low perfil, all metal and cant be melted Cheesy
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May 18, 2011, 02:06:27 PM
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Congrats for the distro, already tested for about 48hs on dual 6990's on a DFI Lanparty UT NF4 SLI-D and a 1200w TR2 RX, and it's rock solid Smiley

Good isht !! So it looks like the newer cards are loving LinuxCoin Cheesy

Congrats for the distro, already tested for about 48hs on dual 6990's on a DFI Lanparty UT NF4 SLI-D and a 1200w TR2 RX, and it's rock solid Smiley

heh I have that same board! unfortunately my 5970 actually melted the plastic part of the chipset fan today

Have you not set your fan speed ?? !! That sounds like your running way to hot !!

Code:
aticonfig --pplib-cmd="set fanspeed 0 85" --adapter=adapternumber

I've been thoroughly beating my head against the wall about how to make this installation have persistent storage.

I'm trying to follow the instructions from http://www.infosecramblings.com/backtrack/backtrack-4-usbpersistent-changesnessus/#partition

I'm using a second Ubuntu 10.x system to set up the USB drive.

I can partition and format the USB drive OK, set up the two partitions.  When I do the rsync to install linuxcoin I get some errors.  After I use grub, the menu.lst file that's referred to doesn't exist (although there are some other .lst files there, but none that seem to resemble the instructions from that page).  When I try to boot the USB drive, after POST, the system BIOS says "This is not a bootable disk.  Please insert a bootable floppy..."

Has anyone gone through all this?



Follow my guide ...

http://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=7374.msg113610#msg113610


PS:

Guys remember bandwidth and all this stuff is not cheap Cheesy If you have been using linuxcoin and it helped you out please donate. Donations help to keep bitcoin alive !! 

Linuxcoin donation address 1Pc9g2fmDML3EQ1r35KR4cRABwXE9nmHXW

I will not profit from donations !! I promise that everything received will go towards the upkeep / development of linuxcoin.
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May 18, 2011, 04:37:20 PM
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Hi,

I finally tried Linux and your ISO is the first.

Some things I found on this forum and tried which didn't work (and found no sollution for them):

Enable overclocking ..
Code:
aticonfig --enable-od
Result: aticonfig: unrecognized option ' --enable-od'
aticonfig: pairing the command line failed.
This should be:
Code:
aticonfig --od-enable

Code:
aticonfig --odsc 900,900 --adapter=youradapter
Works to set GPU to 900 and Mem to 900, but how to set mem to 300? When I try
Code:
aticonfig --odsc 900,300 --adapter=youradapter
it says that's not valid.

For mining, when I try
Code:
cd /opt/miners/phoenix
./phoenix.py -u http://username:password@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=128 DEVICE=0
I get: ./phoenix.py permission denied

I read someone else got this error but I did not read how he got around it.
Any help?


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