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April 04, 2013, 06:44:25 AM
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What operating system you use?
I've tried from AMD SDK 2.4 to 2.8 version with the same error.

Windows 7 64 bits.
When you uninstall the AMD SDK, the registry entries are deleted, but the files stay on the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 folder.

You have to uninstall, and then delete manually the files: amdocl.dll and OpenCL.dll. After that, you can install other AMD SDK.

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April 05, 2013, 01:34:02 AM
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What operating system you use?
I've tried from AMD SDK 2.4 to 2.8 version with the same error.

Windows 7 64 bits.
When you uninstall the AMD SDK, the registry entries are deleted, but the files stay on the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 folder.

You have to uninstall, and then delete manually the files: amdocl.dll and OpenCL.dll. After that, you can install other AMD SDK.

Damn! You solved my BFI_INT problem! Thanks a lot!
My performance now are a little increased Smiley

Sometime,randomly,I get this message:
Code:
[04/05/2013 03:36:35] Welcome to Phoenix v2.0.0
[0 Khash/s] [0 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [DISCONNECTED]C:\Users\myusername\Bitcoin\phoen
ix-2.0.0\phoenix.exe\pyopencl\__init__.py:36: CompilerWarning: Non-empty compile
r output encountered. Set the environment variable PYOPENCL_COMPILER_OUTPUT=1 to
 see more.
[03:36:37] Connected to server
[03:36:45] [GPU 0] Result b6a96828 ACCEPTED
[295.69 Mhash/s] [1 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [RPC (+LP)]
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April 06, 2013, 07:02:56 PM
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Welcome  Cheesy

Sometime,randomly,I get this message:
Code:
[04/05/2013 03:36:35] Welcome to Phoenix v2.0.0
[0 Khash/s] [0 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [DISCONNECTED]C:\Users\myusername\Bitcoin\phoen
ix-2.0.0\phoenix.exe\pyopencl\__init__.py:36: CompilerWarning: Non-empty compile
r output encountered. Set the environment variable PYOPENCL_COMPILER_OUTPUT=1 to
 see more.
[03:36:37] Connected to server
[03:36:45] [GPU 0] Result b6a96828 ACCEPTED
[295.69 Mhash/s] [1 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [RPC (+LP)]

Yeah, mee too. But only when I open the miner.

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April 09, 2013, 02:58:51 AM
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Code:
Please specify a configuration file.

EDIT
I edited the cfg file and started the program like this:

Code:
./phoenix/phoenix.py ./phoenix/phoenix.cfg

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May 09, 2013, 06:54:38 PM
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How to mine on ati 6900 and ati 6700
How to set config file

[05/09/2013 23:56:31] Welcome to Phoenix v2.0.0
[05/09/2013 23:56:32] Detected [cl:0:0]: [Cayman 0] using phatk2 (rating 3)
[05/09/2013 23:56:32] Detected [cl:0:1]: [Juniper 1] using phatk2 (rating 3)
[05/09/2013 23:56:32] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[05/09/2013 23:57:07] Welcome to Phoenix v2.0.0
[05/09/2013 23:57:07] Detected [cl:0:0]: [Cayman 0] using phatk2 (rating 3)
[05/09/2013 23:57:07] Detected [cl:0:1]: [Juniper 1] using phatk2 (rating 3)
[05/09/2013 23:57:08] Connected to server
[05/09/2013 23:57:08] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[05/09/2013 23:57:08] New block (WorkQueue)
[05/09/2013 23:57:14] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:22] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:31] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:33] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:50] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:50] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:57:56] Result didn't meet full difficulty, not sending
[05/09/2013 23:58:03] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
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December 02, 2013, 07:51:40 PM
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Hi Jedi95,

I'm interested in begin working with BitCoin mining, I have good experience with computers but very few experience with BTC mining and I would be very thankful if you could help. I'm looking for a bitcoin mining application that meet my requirements:

1) I have several computers at my office and I would like to put them to work for BTCs. How should I do it? I mean, can I install a client and provide my login details to it? Each client will receive proper information to work on different crypto? Or all of them will do the same work and I will lose the advantage of multiple computers? What is the proper solution? A kind of concentrator? Clients suggestion?

2) Preferable I want a client for Windows (since all my computers are windows based) and that are able to be called / executed via command line (no graphical interface). This will help a lot to automate the process and waste time going box by box to install and configure it. Smiley

3) Also, is there a client with these requirements that allows both CPU and GPU? Preferable a client that is able to find all my CPU cores and GPUs and put them to work. Suggestions?

4) Another very important feature, is there a option to define at this client that it should only use idle time of these computers? Smiley

Thanks a lot.
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December 02, 2013, 08:00:12 PM
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1) I have several computers at my office and I would like to put them to work for BTCs. How should I do it? I mean, can I install a client and provide my login details to it? Each client will receive proper information to work on different crypto? Or all of them will do the same work and I will lose the advantage of multiple computers? What is the proper solution? A kind of concentrator? Clients suggestion?

2) Preferable I want a client for Windows (since all my computers are windows based) and that are able to be called / executed via command line (no graphical interface). This will help a lot to automate the process and waste time going box by box to install and configure it. Smiley

3) Also, is there a client with these requirements that allows both CPU and GPU? Preferable a client that is able to find all my CPU cores and GPUs and put them to work. Suggestions?

4) Another very important feature, is there a option to define at this client that it should only use idle time of these computers? Smiley

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