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May 02, 2017, 09:47:07 PM
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That look like a shared memory issue in one of the 2 added algos if it works for machinecoin

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May 02, 2017, 10:20:22 PM
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That look like a shared memory issue in one of the 2 added algos if it works for machinecoin

THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AT THE ISSUE--

It seems the BTX crew needs help.   BitSend (BSD) was easy to get for a week, BitCore (BTX) may already be past that point.  And, now 2 coins have the same exchange symbol (BTX), but on different exchanges.  Details...

I think that maybe the BTX CCminer has problems with AMD CPUs.       --scryptr

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May 02, 2017, 10:31:38 PM
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Timetravel10 Fix:

NemosMiner-v1.7.2-ZPOOL uploaded:

support for BitCore   BTX  

thanks to: https://github.com/Nigho/ccminer compiled with vs2013 cuda 8.0 compute 5.2 for pascal cards 64bit (ccminerbitcore.exe) NemosMiner-v1.7.2-ZPOOL: https://mega.nz/#F!42xgDIiZ!4RN20EILlvmWILgEWst_Qg

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May 02, 2017, 10:47:25 PM
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or just "AMD CPUs have problems"..

Sorry, else ive too much to do (much more important) for the moment, this kind of random issues are very hard to track. Its why i answered "nope" directly

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May 03, 2017, 01:13:22 AM
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or just "AMD CPUs have problems"..

Sorry, else ive too much to do (much more important) for the moment, this kind of random issues are very hard to track. Its why i answered "nope" directly

"POOR PLANNING ON YOUR PART DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN EMERGENCY ON MY PART" --

Occasionally, people in the USA say stuff like that.  I guess "nope" is easier to say.       --scryptr

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May 03, 2017, 02:04:27 AM
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or just "AMD CPUs have problems"..

Sorry, else ive too much to do (much more important) for the moment, this kind of random issues are very hard to track. Its why i answered "nope" directly
Still crashes on i5 processor with nvidia gpu, just took 10 hours or so. I posted my results on the bitcore slack channel quoted above. jus sayin. hopefully someone will work on it.
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May 03, 2017, 05:56:33 AM
Last edit: May 03, 2017, 06:18:22 AM by bensam1231
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Timetravel10 Fix:

NemosMiner-v1.7.2-ZPOOL uploaded:

support for BitCore   BTX  

thanks to: https://github.com/Nigho/ccminer compiled with vs2013 cuda 8.0 compute 5.2 for pascal cards 64bit (ccminerbitcore.exe) NemosMiner-v1.7.2-ZPOOL: https://mega.nz/#F!42xgDIiZ!4RN20EILlvmWILgEWst_Qg

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This miner is just a rebrand of other peoples work and then locks it to a pool FYI.

Nevermind, it's just the batfile. The exe's aren't hardlocked anywhere.

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May 03, 2017, 07:15:37 AM
Last edit: May 03, 2017, 07:41:09 AM by minerx117
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 sorry bensam1231 im only trying to help... i will not try help anymore.......

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May 03, 2017, 08:37:06 AM
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you love to complain don't you.... i not trying to be a bad person or rip anyone off...  im trying to help people............

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Yup... If you've been around here you know that most people here are experienced with Zpool and know that they get 30%~ less then they should be getting paid either because of skimming or the pool magically 'loses' their earnings. So you aren't going to get a lot of love around here if you're trying to push it on other people.

But don't worry, it's just a batfile. I'm sure that's not your intention. Thanks for your compilation.

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May 03, 2017, 09:12:43 AM
Last edit: May 03, 2017, 06:12:20 PM by minerx117
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you love to complain don't you.... i not trying to be a bad person or rip anyone off...  im trying to help people............

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Yup... If you've been around here you know that most people here are experienced with Zpool and know that they get 30%~ less then they should be getting paid either because of skimming or the pool magically 'loses' their earnings. So you aren't going to get a lot of love around here if you're trying to push it on other people.

But don't worry, it's just a batfile. I'm sure that's not your intention. Thanks for your compilation.

i don't want your love.. im not trying to push anything i have made a version for zpool and a version for mining pool hub i was trying to let you know there was a working ccminer for bitcore thats it... you can use it on any pool you like...  best bitcore pool atm is http://yiimp.ccminer.org   : )

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May 03, 2017, 09:44:20 AM
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i pushed a commit on my linux branch, but not the time today to redo windows binaries... should be included in the final 2.0 later

please notice its "-a bitcore" and not "-a timetravel" which is very different

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May 03, 2017, 09:45:40 AM
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i pushed a commit on my linux branch, but not the time today to redo windows binaries... should be included in the final 2.0 later

is this about the new bitcore algorithm? i would love to see it added to ccminer 2.0, right now the only miner was posted from a guy on the thread but i don't trust much random users here, better to have it form you thanks

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May 03, 2017, 11:14:11 AM
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Okay I managed to make a Windows x64 binary from your current source.
To bad I had to install Visual Studio 2013 again - won't you switch to VS2015?

GTX 1080Ti rocks da house... seriously... this card is a beast³
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May 03, 2017, 01:09:29 PM
Last edit: May 03, 2017, 02:47:16 PM by daberti
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Okay I managed to make a Windows x64 binary from your current source.
To bad I had to install Visual Studio 2013 again - won't you switch to VS2015?

He had already answered on that: the reason he uses 2013 stands in backward compability and for programmers and users alike it makes a lot of sense   Cool

Not to you, but in general: if someone was able to dig into the programming code that makes Epsylon mining software, he/she would not depict it as a mere harvest of already existing other's work.
I accordingly donated him and THEN asked. But yeah, that's me...

A hint for those fo -like me- compile from source (BTW: THANKS Epsylon for not having built the further proprietary mining SW): compute 2.0 support will be stripped from Cuda SDK anytime soon, so just might as well doing it right now and save on the exe size Wink
How doing that it has been already covered in this thread.
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May 03, 2017, 03:57:39 PM
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i pushed a commit on my linux branch, but not the time today to redo windows binaries... should be included in the final 2.0 later

please notice its "-a bitcore" and not "-a timetravel" which is very different

I generally don't like naming the algo after a coin but timetravel is different, it can't be used by another
coin without some change to the algo. At a minimum the genesis timestamp would be unique for each coin
which affects the permutation schedule. Bitcore also has a longer chain, (X10 vs X8 for machinecoin) which
further makes it different from the original timetravel algo.

If this trends it could make it interesting for miner devs handling all the different permutations (pun intended)
of the timetravel class of algos. The dynamic nature should keep it out of ASIC territory.

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May 03, 2017, 04:24:21 PM
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i pushed a commit on my linux branch, but not the time today to redo windows binaries... should be included in the final 2.0 later

please notice its "-a bitcore" and not "-a timetravel" which is very different

I generally don't like naming the algo after a coin but timetravel is different, it can't be used by another
coin without some change to the algo. At a minimum the genesis timestamp would be unique for each coin
which affects the permutation schedule. Bitcore also has a longer chain, (X10 vs X8 for machinecoin) which
further makes it different from the original timetravel algo.

If this trends it could make it interesting for miner devs handling all the different permutations (pun intended)
of the timetravel class of algos. The dynamic nature should keep it out of ASIC territory.

IS TIMETRAVEL10 (BITCORE) A PLANNED ADDITION FOR CPUMINER-OPT? --

The CPUminer-multi version (-a bitcore) works pretty well.  I hope to try the algo with your CPUminer also.       --scryptr

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May 03, 2017, 06:20:26 PM
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PALGIN'S WINDOWS BUILD FOR BITCORE SEEMS TO WORK--

He has taken tpruvot's linux CCminer work and compiled for sm_30 and better CUDA GPUs mining on Windows.  His GitHub is "github.com/palginpav".

My GTX 750ti cards hashed at 3+MH/s, and my GTX 960 cards were about twice that speed.  I only experimented a brief while, but I did mine to tpruvot's donation BitCore address: "1LyqZYqDx6FpfotPsTLNmYyTadHtdyD3d8" .  I think I earned ust enough for a payout.

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May 03, 2017, 06:27:01 PM
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PALGIN'S WINDOWS BUILD FOR BITCORE SEEMS TO WORK--

He has taken tpruvot's linux CCminer work and compiled for sm_30 and better CUDA GPUs mining on Windows.  His GitHub is "github.com/palginpav".

My GTX 750ti cards hashed at 3+MH/s, and my GTX 960 cards were about twice that speed.  I only experimented a brief while, but I did mine to tpruvot's donation BitCore address: "1LyqZYqDx6FpfotPsTLNmYyTadHtdyD3d8" .  I think I earned ust enough for a payout.

--scryptr

Is that the one he posted in the SP thread? Still getting crashes with the Argnox build.

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IS TIMETRAVEL10 (BITCORE) A PLANNED ADDITION FOR CPUMINER-OPT? --

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1326803.msg18839947#msg18839947

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PALGIN'S WINDOWS BUILD FOR BITCORE SEEMS TO WORK--

He has taken tpruvot's linux CCminer work and compiled for sm_30 and better CUDA GPUs mining on Windows.  His GitHub is "github.com/palginpav".

My GTX 750ti cards hashed at 3+MH/s, and my GTX 960 cards were about twice that speed.  I only experimented a brief while, but I did mine to tpruvot's donation BitCore address: "1LyqZYqDx6FpfotPsTLNmYyTadHtdyD3d8" .  I think I earned ust enough for a payout.

--scryptr

Is that the one he posted in the SP thread? Still getting crashes with the Argnox build.

YES, AND IT IS DOWNLOADABLE AT HIS GITHUB--

He has posted several Windows binaries at his GitHub.  For some reason, his "sm_30" builds run on my GTX 750ti and GTX 960 cards.  He compiled tpruvot's linux work for BitCore.       --scryptr

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