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Author Topic: Akbash 1.0.12: Open Source cgminer watchdog (remote monitoring, emails, HTTP)  (Read 29732 times)
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January 20, 2014, 10:25:45 AM
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Great work! Is there any way to configure a password for web access?
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January 22, 2014, 06:38:07 AM
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This looks very nice, thank you!  I've got one card that cgminer just seems to keep declaring dead, and occasionally cgminer crashes which stops everything.  I'm hoping that this will help with that!

Is there a way to change the scale for us lowly non-massive-farm scrypt farmers?

Right now the status page shows GH/s and MH/s but we're just doing MH/s and KH/s.

Thanks!

Just use 0.3 in the threshold.  Here is a sample of my config file for litecoin rig:


Thanks!  But... I already have that, and it still reports the total in GH, and the individual cards in MH. 

I took a look at the source code, and it appears that it's hardcoded to always display that way.

Can I fork&pull to add a switch to allow toggling this between GH/MH and MH/KH?  If so, any particular option name I should use?
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February 23, 2014, 07:45:51 AM
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Please give me an option to change the smtp port!
This is because outgoing port 25 requests are blocked on my isp (and many others),
but allowing for me to send smtp requests on port 587, or other ports, will work fine for me.

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