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October 02, 2014, 10:57:30 PM
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2. Have ordered an A20, so wondering if you are working on an image for it? If no one starts this before I can get to it, I may start trying to port MinePeon to the device.

That would be great! I've already asked in the official Prisma and MinePeon threads about it, but no response (yet).
you can install your choice of OS image on the cubie and then install the cgminer on it...
I think cubie has a website with all kinds of software packages: http://cubieboard.org/download/

I could just do that, but wouldn't be nice to have a pretty web GUI.

Arch has a supported build for it so we can build on what MineForman has made with the Pi and maybe make it better.

Does cgminer do the firmware upgrades to the boards or are we going to need the Ethernet controller to do that?
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October 03, 2014, 06:06:51 AM
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2. Have ordered an A20, so wondering if you are working on an image for it? If no one starts this before I can get to it, I may start trying to port MinePeon to the device.
That would be great! I've already asked in the official Prisma and MinePeon threads about it, but no response (yet).
you can install your choice of OS image on the cubie and then install the cgminer on it...
I think cubie has a website with all kinds of software packages: http://cubieboard.org/download/
Interesting, never heard of Cubieboard before, but I've just taken a look, and it's rather expensive, isn't it?

The control unit should be low budget, powerful enough to drive at least 4 Prismas (better would be 5, then you only need two control units for a set of 10 Prismas), easy to put AM's cgminer version and a miner OS with web-GUI on (meanwhile I think Minera looks more promising than MinePeon, which hasn't been updated since March).

This all is very exciting, but time consuming for me as I don't have enough time to follow my hobbies right now. As said before, it does not make sense for every Prisma buyer to reinvent the wheel himself, and I have hopes that someone will step up and prepare a ready to use image with Minera + AM's cgminer version for Prisma, then I would just buy whichever controller hardware is supported.

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October 03, 2014, 07:23:06 AM
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Sorry for bit offtopic, trying to find european group buy like this one, but can't see any. Anyone can point me in the right direction?

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October 03, 2014, 02:14:22 PM
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Sorry for bit offtopic, trying to find european group buy like this one, but can't see any. Anyone can point me in the right direction?

 I do not think that there is one.    you can try crazyguy or canary via pm's

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October 03, 2014, 04:56:00 PM
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My hosting option just fell through. Does anyone know of people hosting prismas?

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October 03, 2014, 06:44:51 PM
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2. Have ordered an A20, so wondering if you are working on an image for it? If no one starts this before I can get to it, I may start trying to port MinePeon to the device.
That would be great! I've already asked in the official Prisma and MinePeon threads about it, but no response (yet).
you can install your choice of OS image on the cubie and then install the cgminer on it...
I think cubie has a website with all kinds of software packages: http://cubieboard.org/download/
Interesting, never heard of Cubieboard before, but I've just taken a look, and it's rather expensive, isn't it?

The control unit should be low budget, powerful enough to drive at least 4 Prismas (better would be 5, then you only need two control units for a set of 10 Prismas), easy to put AM's cgminer version and a miner OS with web-GUI on (meanwhile I think Minera looks more promising than MinePeon, which hasn't been updated since March).

This all is very exciting, but time consuming for me as I don't have enough time to follow my hobbies right now. As said before, it does not make sense for every Prisma buyer to reinvent the wheel himself, and I have hopes that someone will step up and prepare a ready to use image with Minera + AM's cgminer version for Prisma, then I would just buy whichever controller hardware is supported.
well , the "expensive" depends on many things.... For example, a single A10 runs 4 rockminer R3/4 units like a champ with no similar USB bus issues as compared to a Pi.
so if you run four R4s with 4 Pis, then one Cubie A10 is cheaper than having to buy 4 Pis. (you can'r run 4 R3/4s with 1 Pi for ex.)
with Tubes/Prismas, it may be a similar situation, but until we have tested this thoroughly, we just don't know yet.
and also, you can use whatever you have to run cgminer, it's not necessary to go out and start buying Pis or cubies to run prisms... if you have a laptop or a system that can run cgminer, you can use that...

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October 03, 2014, 07:03:54 PM
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well , the "expensive" depends on many things.... For example, a single A10 runs 4 rockminer R3/4 units like a champ with no similar USB bus issues as compared to a Pi. so if you run four R4s with 4 Pis, then one Cubie A10 is cheaper than having to buy 4 Pis. (you can'r run 4 R3/4s with 1 Pi for ex.) with Tubes/Prismas, it may be a similar situation, but until we have tested this thoroughly, we just don't know yet.and also, you can use whatever you have to run cgminer, it's not necessary to go out and start buying Pis or cubies to run prisms... if you have a laptop or a system that can run cgminer, you can use that...

I know I could use any computer as control unit, but I'd like to have one for more than one Prisma and it should be a low power unit as it's going to run 24/7.

I'm not really into RPI, so I'm open to suggestions, any capable of running Minera with cgminer would do, as long as it's cheap and suitable.

Can you tell me, what those USB issues with the RPI exactly are? I mean, some USB handling can't be too much even for the weakest devices. Is it the same problem if using a self-powered USB hub on a RPI?

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October 04, 2014, 05:49:10 AM
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2. Have ordered an A20, so wondering if you are working on an image for it? If no one starts this before I can get to it, I may start trying to port MinePeon to the device.

That would be great! I've already asked in the official Prisma and MinePeon threads about it, but no response (yet).
you can install your choice of OS image on the cubie and then install the cgminer on it...
I think cubie has a website with all kinds of software packages: http://cubieboard.org/download/


hope canary compile cgminer for this prisma using a10 or a20 cubie board
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October 04, 2014, 03:41:32 PM
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If power specs are where they claim, our DPS-2000BB power setups should roll two of these without trouble. A pair of D750s load-balanced should handle one pretty well.

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October 05, 2014, 07:20:21 PM
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In for one
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If power specs are where they claim, our DPS-2000BB power setups should roll two of these without trouble. A pair of D750s load-balanced should handle one pretty well.
Thanks!! Your timing with the DPS-2000 project turned out to be excellent!  Congrats Smiley

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October 06, 2014, 05:12:36 AM
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With the exchange rate dropping, ASICMiner is likely to raise btc price soon.  When that occurs, I will reflect the change for new orders.

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October 06, 2014, 02:46:51 PM
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In for 4 more with coupon


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October 06, 2014, 07:28:47 PM
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Ill take one for now,

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October 07, 2014, 03:29:05 AM
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One for me!
I need it like I need a hole in my head, but I can't resist. At least winter is coming. More BTC subsidized heating!

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October 08, 2014, 12:48:18 AM
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Great experience w/ the Tube, I'm in for one (1) of these also.

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October 08, 2014, 01:03:18 AM
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Great experience w/ the Tube, I'm in for one (1) of these also.

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still resisting the temptation to get one. not sure if i can hold out much longer

Give in Phil. You know you want to.
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still resisting the temptation to get one. not sure if i can hold out much longer

Give in Phil. You know you want to.

Ha ha I am amazed he has held out this long honestly. Phil you know you can not resist new fresh hardware...can you almost hear that loud fan calling your name?

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October 08, 2014, 03:46:11 AM
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still resisting the temptation to get one. not sure if i can hold out much longer

Give in Phil. You know you want to.

Ha ha I am amazed he has held out this long honestly. Phil you know you can not resist new fresh hardware...can you almost hear that loud fan calling your name?

other then spondoolies and bfl

I have owned just about all the gear ever made.

I am now at 6 s-3s. and  a bunch of coins. just waiting a bit  maybe oct 15th i will buy one.




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still resisting the temptation to get one. not sure if i can hold out much longer

Give in Phil. You know you want to.

Ha ha I am amazed he has held out this long honestly. Phil you know you can not resist new fresh hardware...can you almost hear that loud fan calling your name?

other then spondoolies and bfl

I have owned just about all the gear ever made.

I am now at 6 s-3s. and  a bunch of coins. just waiting a bit  maybe oct 15th i will buy one.





I am interested in some S3s if you are wanting to sell some/all of them.  Cheesy

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