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August 24, 2012, 06:29:33 PM
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ok thanks for this explanation.

now i have another problem:
serialmodules is started but there is no folder tts in /dev/usb

there are 2 usb sticks connected over a hub
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August 24, 2012, 06:34:29 PM
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If you are ztex (which I assume from needing the libusb) you won't even need to run serialmodule; it doesn't use a serial port.

I don't have ztex so I can't tell you how to get it working.
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August 24, 2012, 08:35:12 PM
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ok, my ztex quad isn't running after following your readme.
is it possible to check that the ztex board is recognized by dd-wrt?
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August 24, 2012, 08:44:01 PM
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I really don't know much about the ztex.
As far as I know it just needs libusb v1.0, which I downloaded and compiled for dd-wrt.

As I said in the readme and OP, you're on your own...
I can't think of a reason why it shouldn't work, but I don't know how to do it.

Maybe you could get support form the ztex thread?
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August 24, 2012, 08:48:55 PM
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it should list when you try out "lsusb".

mine did but i desperately need a low mem version of openwrt or ddwrt for a tplink mr3420 Sad

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August 24, 2012, 08:56:09 PM
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lsusb shows this
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August 24, 2012, 09:01:27 PM
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221a:0100 is the ztex device, so cgminer/libusb is not detecting it.

What log output does cgminer give?

should get something like this:

 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 8564:1000
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0409:005a
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0409:005a
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0000:0000
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0000:0000
 

but if you get
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 221a:0100

then something weird is going on.
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August 24, 2012, 09:24:16 PM
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221a:0100 is the ztex device, so cgminer/libusb is not detecting it.

What log output does cgminer give?

should get something like this:

 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 8564:1000
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0409:005a
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0409:005a
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0000:0000
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 0000:0000
 

but if you get
 [2012-07-02 23:39:57] Not a ZTEX device 221a:0100

then something weird is going on.

maybe it's a bit late for me but i have only do this:
tail -f /opt/var/log/YYYYMMDD-HHMMSS.<PID>.log

replacing YYYYMMDD-HHMMSS and whats with the PID?
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August 24, 2012, 09:29:49 PM
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PID is process ID

just look in /opt/var/log directory for the lastest log file.
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August 24, 2012, 09:55:40 PM
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ok, not bad, i thnk...

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[2012-08-24 13:07:36] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:20:12] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:25:12] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:30:44] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:30:47] LONGPOLL from pool 1 requested work restart
 [2012-08-24 13:31:03] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:31:04] LONGPOLL from pool 1 requested work restart
 [2012-08-24 13:35:09] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-08-24 13:35:11] LONGPOLL from pool 1 requested work restart
 [2012-08-24 13:35:13] LONGPOLL from pool 1 requested work restart
 [2012-08-24 13:45:30] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block

but still doest't work. Must see the full log.
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August 24, 2012, 10:15:13 PM
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/dev/usb/tts/: No such file or directory
 [2012-08-24 23:07:16] ZTEX 04A36DEC05-1: failed to read firmware 'ztex_ufm1_15y1.bit'
 [2012-08-24 23:07:16] ZTEX 04A36DEC05-1: failed to read firmware 'ztex_ufm1_15y1.bit'

thats what screen -r says

latest log
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root@Linksys E3200:/opt/var/log# tail -f /opt/var/log/20120825-002047.3158.log
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Loaded configuration file /opt/etc/cgminer.conf
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Found 1 ztex board
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] ZTEX 04A36DEC05-4: Found Ztex (fpga count = 4) , mark as 3
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Probing for an alive pool
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Pool 0 slow/down or URL or credentials invalid
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Unable to get work from pool 0 http://de.btcguild.com:8332
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] ZTEX 04A36DEC05-1: failed to read firmware 'ztex_ufm1_15y1.bit'
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] ZTEX 04A36DEC05-1: failed to read firmware 'ztex_ufm1_15y1.bit'
 [2012-08-25 00:20:48] Long-polling activated for http://pit.deepbit.net:8332/listenChannel
 [2012-08-25 00:22:48] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block

ok something wrong in my credentials for the first pool. but second pool does'nt work, too.
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August 24, 2012, 10:38:23 PM
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Looks like there's something wrong with the bitstream. You copied it over? It's in the right place? Is it readable (chmod +r)
I think it should be in /opt/bin/bitstreams, but maybe it should be somewhere else.
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August 24, 2012, 10:50:03 PM
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whoops. Linux newbie fail  Roll Eyes

seems that i've renamed the bitstream file to bitstreams instead to copy it into a bitstreams folder.

I think this is a mistake or something is missing in your readme:

Copy the bitstreams to      /opt/bin/bitstreams

you have to create the bitstreams folder first an then there is a / after bitstreams missing, i think.

EDIT: OMG! It works! Thank you so much! In the next few days, I try to add some information for ztex boards for your readme.
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August 24, 2012, 10:59:38 PM
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whoops. Linux newbie fail  Roll Eyes

seems that i've renamed the bitstream file to bitstreams instead to copy it into a bitstreams folder.

I think this is a mistake or something is missing in your readme:

Copy the bitstreams to      /opt/bin/bitstreams

you have to create the bitstreams folder first an then there is a / after bitstreams missing, i think.

EDIT: OMG! It works! Thank you so much! In the next few days, I try to add some information for ztex boards for your readme.

Excellent, well done!
You're the first known ztex on dd-wrt Smiley

So I'll add an instruction to mkdir first

(but yes, the intention was top copy the files to the directory Wink )
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August 24, 2012, 11:45:06 PM
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whoops. Linux newbie fail  Roll Eyes

seems that i've renamed the bitstream file to bitstreams instead to copy it into a bitstreams folder.

I think this is a mistake or something is missing in your readme:

Copy the bitstreams to      /opt/bin/bitstreams

you have to create the bitstreams folder first an then there is a / after bitstreams missing, i think.

EDIT: OMG! It works! Thank you so much! In the next few days, I try to add some information for ztex boards for your readme.

Excellent, well done!
You're the first known ztex on dd-wrt Smiley

So I'll add an instruction to mkdir first

(but yes, the intention was top copy the files to the directory Wink )

Wow, impressive, I really like this set-up for mining

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August 25, 2012, 10:39:18 PM
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seems to work nicely.
E3200 + Usb Hub + Ztex Quad + Coolermaster GX 450
runs perfect Smiley

but hash rate is a bit lower than on my pc. only ~ 740mh/s instead of nearly 900.
Any Ideas?
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August 25, 2012, 10:41:49 PM
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it takes time to go up to full speed Smiley

I have the same problem with the Rpi.

How stable is the setup?

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August 25, 2012, 10:51:06 PM
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it takes time to go up to full speed Smiley

I have the same problem with the Rpi.

How stable is the setup?

it runs the whole day today, without problems Smiley but as i said hash rate a bit lower than on my desktop pc.
I have to build a case for the configuration, then it could run 24/7. Until that it only runs ~12 hours a day.


I'm using a noname usb stick with 1GB storage. are there many reading operations to the stick?
Or maybe the usb hub sucks, because it's a cheap hub.
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August 26, 2012, 09:10:38 AM
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why? i run my setup 24/7 for 7 month now; Without casing Cheesy Nothing happened so far Tongue

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August 26, 2012, 10:58:45 AM
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just need to find a good place, where the noise is not annoying Cheesy
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