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December 27, 2012, 06:32:29 PM
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Human readable changelog:
There is now a [Z]ero stats option under the display menu which resets all the visible statistics.
Very nice, I've been wanting that for awhile now.
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January 02, 2013, 06:26:21 PM
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working on getting the RPC API working, but can't get past this error:





What am I doing wrong?

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January 02, 2013, 06:32:33 PM
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http://us1.php.net/manual/en/function.socket-create.php
(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0, PHP 5)
upgrade your php

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January 02, 2013, 06:34:18 PM
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I'm running PHP 5.3

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January 02, 2013, 06:47:16 PM
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Windows may have issues
http://www.php.net/manual/en/sockets.installation.php
Use a virtual machine if you can't fix it

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January 02, 2013, 06:48:27 PM
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PS enable it
http://forum.wampserver.com/read.php?2,57163

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January 02, 2013, 07:05:47 PM
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You are the man. Thanks so much!

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January 02, 2013, 07:10:40 PM
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No problem
Whats it look like? is it useful?

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January 02, 2013, 07:24:36 PM
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I thought it would be more useful than this, however looking through the API-README, there are lots of interesting commands to add to the miner.php

Here's a screenshot of mine real quick:


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January 02, 2013, 07:32:06 PM
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Not bad, at least you can quickly see mhs in one place. I don't tihnk anyone has worked on the php file since the first release of cgminer. Keep us updated.

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January 02, 2013, 10:05:34 PM
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Not bad, at least you can quickly see mhs in one place. I don't tihnk anyone has worked on the php file since the first release of cgminer. Keep us updated.
Incorrect.

The code is written by me ... and I have updated it often ... just see all the commits I've added to it in cgminer
https://github.com/ckolivas/cgminer/blame/master/miner.php
(those commits have been cloned here except where the miner clone here is missing stuff)

Also, you've been able to create your own custom pages for quite a while ... those buttons at the top (Mobile, Stats, Pools) are the default custom pages
I've written quite extensive documentation about miner.php in the API-README (API-README is written by me)
The latest version allows you to apply rules to the custom pages similar to an SQL 'group' - an example is the "Pools" button at the top which will 'group' the pools you have on multiple rigs together into a single line per pool (based on the 'group' rule in miner.php)

Feel free to annoy Jesus with questions about it Smiley

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January 03, 2013, 02:41:48 AM
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Looks like I made the right choice in which miner to support...

Code:
socat stdio tcp-connect:127.0.0.1:4028 <<<'pgaset|0,clock,210'

Luke, I see this as a commandstring, but I have no idea what to use to send that command, as I've said. Should I just open a terminal? I doubt windows has socat and stdio, but I can connect over the network with my mac.

Will this persist on restart, or would I need to resend the command? If I do need to re-send it, why can't this be a persistent change with the config file? After playing all day with the RPC API, I don't see it being much more beneficial than teamviewer and the terminal interface.

Thanks for the help over the months I've been using your software. Much appreciated, I've never had a problem with you refusing to help. Thanks.

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January 03, 2013, 08:20:21 AM
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Looks like I made the right choice in which miner to support...

Code:
socat stdio tcp-connect:127.0.0.1:4028 <<<'pgaset|0,clock,210'

Luke, I see this as a commandstring, but I have no idea what to use to send that command, as I've said. Should I just open a terminal? I doubt windows has socat and stdio, but I can connect over the network with my mac.

Will this persist on restart, or would I need to resend the command? If I do need to re-send it, why can't this be a persistent change with the config file? After playing all day with the RPC API, I don't see it being much more beneficial than teamviewer and the terminal interface.

Thanks for the help over the months I've been using your software. Much appreciated, I've never had a problem with you refusing to help. Thanks.
Yeah, socat is a Linux CLI tool... A quick Google suggested there was no native Windows port, and I have no idea if it works on Mac.
However, a similar netcat command should work, and maybe even telnet.
Code:
nc localhost 4028 <<<'pgaset|0,clock,210'

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January 03, 2013, 08:23:18 AM
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Looks like I made the right choice in which miner to support...
...
Yep a project run by someone who clone's another's project and then claims his project is the original and the original to be deprecated.
Suits you well.

Where did I ask you to come to the cgminer thread to ask questions about it?
I even stated that questions about it should be directed at the person who copied my code and claims donation rights over my written code.
Re-read my post that was directed to bitpop - if reading and comprehension is possible for you ...

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January 03, 2013, 12:55:35 PM
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Yep a project run by someone who clone's another's project
How quickly people forget. Cgminer is itself a 'clone' of Jgarzik's cpuminer. If you don't like writing free software that other people can fork then don't do it, no one is making you... but spare us the whining.  Bfgminer makes a number of neat improvements. You don't have to like them, you can continue to have your own package. But stop begrudging other people who do.
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January 03, 2013, 02:33:54 PM
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kano: Stop being a rude, confrontational human being. Let it go.

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January 03, 2013, 03:27:36 PM
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Yep a project run by someone who clone's another's project
How quickly people forget. Cgminer is itself a 'clone' of Jgarzik's cpuminer. If you don't like writing free software that other people can fork then don't do it, no one is making you... but spare us the whining.  Bfgminer makes a number of neat improvements. You don't have to like them, you can continue to have your own package. But stop begrudging other people who do.
Yes Luke's lapdog.

Firstly, cgminer is NOT a clone of Jgarzik's cpuminer.
It is a fork that has been EXTENSIVELY rewritten.
Go check git before spreading lies to back up a liar.

I begrudge the fact that Jesus lies about his miner and makes claims exactly as I stated above and you chopped my sentence in half and REMOVED from your quote the part of the sentence pointing out exactly that.
Gee I wonder why you REMOVED that from your quote?

Luke's claims are documented stating that he thinks cgminer is a fork of his clone and that cgminer is deprecated:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90656.msg1015760#msg1015760
https://en.bitcoin.it/w/index.php?title=P2Pool&action=historysubmit&diff=31023&oldid=30982
These aren't of course the only places he's said this - it's a common lie he repeats and that you are supporting.
Pity one of the mods around here helps support a lie also.

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January 03, 2013, 04:39:51 PM
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These aren't of course the only places he's said this - it's a common lie he repeats and that you are supporting.
Pity one of the mods around here helps support a lie also.
The truth is seldom as simple as trivial forum drama. What luke says about who wrote what is factually true and easily verified, but what that means is anyones guess though— trying to simplify things into what is a 'clone' of what just invites a moronic definition war. BFGminer has interesting features that cgminer does not, and luke has done a lot of work on it and on the general mining ecosystem— if you want to call it a 'clone' then whatever feel free to have your obsessive little definitions, I have better things to worry about. Belittling his contributions is kind of pathetic, especially because he generally doesn't seem to promote them except when challenged.

When you or con, (or luke for that matter) get involved in this kind of silly drama you waste time that could be better spent and you make yourself look foolish and petty. I hope its worth it.  (or me for that point— but I'm only commenting because several people reported your posts)
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January 03, 2013, 05:00:01 PM
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NEW VERSION 2.10.2, DECEMBER 27 2012

  • The current block target diff is now shown in the status line like so:
    Block: 00000599115b83cd...  Diff:2.98M  Started: [11:15:11]  Best share: 7.73k

I noticed on many occassions that network next diff is shown 1 block before anywhere else, including blockchain explorers. On one occassion,
correct next difficulty was shown over 5 minutes in advance! Magic or what?
Those "anywhere else" are probably showing the difficulty of the last found block, while BFGMiner is showing the difficulty of the block you're trying to find now.

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January 03, 2013, 09:22:42 PM
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Sorry, I hadn't even looked. Just didn't think the PHP script was important. Glad it is still worked on. I have to try it again now.

Not bad, at least you can quickly see mhs in one place. I don't tihnk anyone has worked on the php file since the first release of cgminer. Keep us updated.
Incorrect.

The code is written by me ... and I have updated it often ... just see all the commits I've added to it in cgminer
https://github.com/ckolivas/cgminer/blame/master/miner.php
(those commits have been cloned here except where the miner clone here is missing stuff)

Also, you've been able to create your own custom pages for quite a while ... those buttons at the top (Mobile, Stats, Pools) are the default custom pages
I've written quite extensive documentation about miner.php in the API-README (API-README is written by me)
The latest version allows you to apply rules to the custom pages similar to an SQL 'group' - an example is the "Pools" button at the top which will 'group' the pools you have on multiple rigs together into a single line per pool (based on the 'group' rule in miner.php)

Feel free to annoy Jesus with questions about it Smiley

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