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November 12, 2014, 05:35:43 PM
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mine should come today.  will photo setup  . 

I have two setup already, I hope my  adapters arrive today as I'm using the BE controller with bfgminer as a proxy to hash on a different pool. Are you going to hook it up to the rpi first? I really would like to get two more but I'm not sure how many the pi can handle. I always look forward to your posts as you're very good at documenting everything and showing us pictures of your setup in the process. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Any word when the GB will open again?

My 2 Prisma are still hashing great off RPi after almost 17hrs. 
Have a 3rd unit that is on it's way; will report in once I get it added to the chain.

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November 12, 2014, 05:49:05 PM
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1 question on the new Crazyguy image, what is the default IP? 192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x etc?

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November 12, 2014, 05:50:52 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

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November 12, 2014, 05:57:14 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.
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November 12, 2014, 06:04:15 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.

Cool, I'll give that a try.  Others have suggested restarting cgminer, so maybe this is one and the same.  I'll report back.
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November 12, 2014, 06:12:00 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.

Cool, I'll give that a try.  Others have suggested restarting cgminer, so maybe this is one and the same.  I'll report back.

Restarting CGMiner or switching to the CGMiner 4.x (Official) then back wouldn't clear it for me.
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November 12, 2014, 06:19:14 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.

Cool, I'll give that a try.  Others have suggested restarting cgminer, so maybe this is one and the same.  I'll report back.

Restarting CGMiner or switching to the CGMiner 4.x (Official) then back wouldn't clear it for me.
Me either--I believe that restarting cgminer until it clears up is the answer, as I'm up and running now after just resetting cgminer a few times.  Maybe six, maybe a few more, I wasn't counting.  I would love to figure this out.  Power cycling the Prisma doesn't seem to clear it, either.

Back up and running for now, we'll see what the clock reaches--it's sitting at 1322 now, but it's been steadily climbing.
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November 12, 2014, 06:28:54 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.

Cool, I'll give that a try.  Others have suggested restarting cgminer, so maybe this is one and the same.  I'll report back.

Restarting CGMiner or switching to the CGMiner 4.x (Official) then back wouldn't clear it for me.
Me either--I believe that restarting cgminer until it clears up is the answer, as I'm up and running now after just resetting cgminer a few times.  Maybe six, maybe a few more, I wasn't counting.  I would love to figure this out.  Power cycling the Prisma doesn't seem to clear it, either.

Back up and running for now, we'll see what the clock reaches--it's sitting at 1322 now, but it's been steadily climbing.
It popped back up pretty quick, it's running 1451 now--apparently I just needed to be patient and restart cgminer until it cleared.
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November 12, 2014, 06:31:06 PM
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Is anyone running crazyguys image on the rpi b+ model?
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November 12, 2014, 06:38:24 PM
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Is anyone running crazyguys image on the rpi b+ model?
I'm running CG's image on a RPi B, I don't think it's B+.  Aside from the problem mentioned above, it's ran great for the last 24 hours.

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November 12, 2014, 06:55:03 PM
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okay unit is here.  since there was a meltdown posted above I do some simple safe moves.
look at packing for damage none.




pull unit out place it on fire proof non conductive material stone
photo all four sides looking for loose caps

side one good.


side two good


side three good


side four good

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November 12, 2014, 07:06:33 PM
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The good thing about those blue foam rollers in the new packaging is that you can use them as pool toys when next summer comes around.

I think the image should work fine on the Raspberry Pi B+. I've ordered a batch of Raspberry Pi B+ boards and will test out before putting them up in the store. I've also ordered a batch of A10 cubies for those looking to run multiple instances of cgminer.

I'm waiting on ASICPuppy.net units to sell out before I consider another group buy purchase. If you would rather wait on shipment from China, I believe Canary is still gathering buyers for another purchase. I actually have a .05 off coupon from my first tube purchase with Canary. I will give it to the first of my group buy participants that PMs me.

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November 12, 2014, 07:18:45 PM
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1 question on the new Crazyguy image, what is the default IP? 192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x etc?

It is set up with DHCP, so the IP will be assigned by your router. Easiest way to find the rpi is through the hostname,:
priminerapi

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November 12, 2014, 07:27:38 PM
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next make sure you have this tool


set it to 1 and tighten every screw .  1 is the lite setting




now you flip the fan end down

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November 12, 2014, 07:47:12 PM
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once you have screwed the top off have your spouse, girlfriend, or someone hold the tube together so you can flip the handles out








I now have it tight with 1 set of handles out

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November 12, 2014, 07:50:22 PM
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I was up and running fine with my Prisma this morning, until I restarted to miner to update a few pools.  Now it's spitting out "BET0: Unexpected value 00 received" errors (many every second) while it hashes.  Any thought on this--I've seen a couple people with the same issue, but no solid solution yet.

Cheers!

From Settings change from CGminer (ASICMiner Fork) to CGminer (RockMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART then change back to CGMiner (ASICMiner Fork) - SAVE & RESTART.

Not sure who mentioned this solution previously but it has been working for me.

Cool, I'll give that a try.  Others have suggested restarting cgminer, so maybe this is one and the same.  I'll report back.

Restarting CGMiner or switching to the CGMiner 4.x (Official) then back wouldn't clear it for me.
Yeah as I've stated before make sure to use the rockminer fork then back to the cg AM fork others dont seem to clear it you will get those errors anytime you change pool info and restart miner however they dont appear when it does failover

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November 12, 2014, 07:52:44 PM
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Before the massive fail of the miner, I can confirm that the Rpi image does load on the B+.  Although, can someone give me some pointers on how to enable a linux compatible wireless USB onto minera?

here is what I bought to use with the Rpi:
http://www.amazon.com/Netis-Wireless-Adapter-Antennas-WF2190/dp/B00I604M00/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1415821002&sr=8-8&keywords=netis+dual+band+usb

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November 12, 2014, 07:59:47 PM
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I had to stop to watch a new World Trade Center rescue.  window washers were saved from broken machine.

I had helping hands do other end



these were only finger tight when delivered


http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/1280x1024q90/673/Zzlwp3.jpg

i did them finger tight then used an allen/hex wrench


done with this stage

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November 12, 2014, 08:01:19 PM
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once you have screwed the top off have your spouse, girlfriend, or someone hold the tube together so you can flip the handles out

I'm going to get my spouse and my girlfriend to help, just to be safe!
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November 12, 2014, 08:04:03 PM
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Oh, I just bent mine out with a pair of vice grips. Hey, if you put a 2nd fan on, I would be interested I knowing how you did it....

once you have screwed the top off have your spouse, girlfriend, or someone hold the tube together so you can flip the handles out

I'm going to get my spouse and my girlfriend to help, just to be safe!

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