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October 13, 2012, 01:15:52 PM
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NEVER EVER go with bluehost or dreamhost.
I agree Smiley

I'm a bit late too but I suggest the use of gigahost:
https://www.giga-international.com/?show=vserver

with 40€/month you get 4 cores, 12GB (!!) of ram, 600G of disk, and great support too!

I've been unable to find a better deal yet.


Please don't.

I know who they are, and how they operate.

If you want additional downtime go with them.

I also suggest the VM on a cloud environment idea.

AWS EC2 should do it. Take a east cost instance, so that you fit both US & EU. Their micro instance is also part of their free tier program, so you can have free hosting.

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Bitcointa.lk - Replace "Bitcointalk.org" with "Bitcointa.lk" in this url to see how this page looks like on a proper forum (Announcement Thread)
Hashfast.org - Wiki for screwed customers
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October 13, 2012, 04:55:02 PM
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October 13th - Happy Weekend!

Progress:
  • New Web host has been established
  • New web designer has been chosen and is already working hard on a great new design
  • The tentative web site and news release date is Friday October 19th!
  • The engineers and layout guys are working hard on the board & things are moving forward - been bugging them about getting me some graphic renders for the web site launch - keep your fingers crossed!
please note until the new website is launched we will continue to take orders on our current site : http://www.BTCFPGA.com

Contest:
  • The week one ModMiner Quad Giveaway winner was Litebit he posted a thread about it here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117905
  • The week two ModMiner Quad Giveaway will end tomorrow night - the winner picking block will be the last block that is mined before 11:00:00 PM EST on 10/14/2012
  • We will immediately begin accepting contestants for week three after the winner is chosen.

I will be in and out of the office this weekend as usual - as far as I know I am caught up on emails and customer service (if your waiting on an email response from me and have not received it, it got buried too deep or its in spam folder or some other place I did not see it so please resend it now). If you need customer service please email me and do not PM me on the forum. It's just a real pain in the ass to try and answer a million questions over PM - PM's are like my absolute last priority so if you want an answer quick please just send email me through the web site.
or of course you can always give me a call at 315 514 0269 - but make sure you leave a message. I don't return calls to people who don't leave a message.

Also to the person who keeps trying to call me from a 661 area code (I think its from skype) every time you call me, I try to answer the phone but then it tells me you've hung up. I think my google voice line is not playing nice with your skype, I would try and call me from a regular line.


Have a good weekend!
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October 13, 2012, 05:10:29 PM
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Thanks for the update
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October 13, 2012, 05:12:40 PM
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anybody use Ubuntu as a server and if so which will you use with bASIC; BFGMiner or CGMiner?
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October 13, 2012, 05:17:00 PM
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anybody use Ubuntu as a server and if so which will you use with bASIC; BFGMiner or CGMiner?

I use DD-Wrt on an ASUS RT-16 router using p_shep's build https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76685.msg1267931#msg1267931 - very cost effective, extremely low power usage,
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October 13, 2012, 05:18:35 PM
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I asked this awhile back but its buried by now...

Any update on the upgrade program for existing MMQ owners? Or will that be included with the news release on the new website?

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October 13, 2012, 05:20:52 PM
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I use DD-Wrt on an ASUS RT-16 router using p_shep's build https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76685.msg1267931#msg1267931 - very cost effective, extremely low power usage,

DD-WRT is completely badass.  I had no idea this existed.
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October 13, 2012, 05:39:49 PM
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gg for 12  ip50.208-100-32.static.steadfastdns.net (208.100.32.50)  134.238 ms  142.257 ms  138.954 ms!
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October 13, 2012, 07:31:10 PM
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I use DD-Wrt on an ASUS RT-16 router using p_shep's build https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76685.msg1267931#msg1267931 - very cost effective, extremely low power usage,

DD-WRT is completely badass.  I had no idea this existed.

explain why its better, please
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October 13, 2012, 07:43:28 PM
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Hullo...

COMPLETELY

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...or so I've recently heard. K, I dunno what that means either and would also appreciate an explaination in English. Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=130982.msg1401799#msg1401799 - [BTC-TC]bASIC-MINING
http://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,886.0.html - [LTC-GLOBAL]LTC-DMF
http://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,817.msg3279.html#msg3279 - [CRYPTOSTOCKS]AGLTC

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October 13, 2012, 08:04:11 PM
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I use DD-Wrt on an ASUS RT-16 router using p_shep's build https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76685.msg1267931#msg1267931 - very cost effective, extremely low power usage,

DD-WRT is completely badass.  I had no idea this existed.

explain why its better, please

You are using a compatible Router (in my case I currently use an ASUS RT-16n, I have used a Cisco/Linksys 3000 and 4200v1) - it controls my FPGAs using cgminer, the router uses max 8 watts vs 200watts for a PC
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October 13, 2012, 08:34:13 PM
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You are using a compatible Router (in my case I currently use an ASUS RT-16n, I have used a Cisco/Linksys 3000 and 4200v1) - it controls my FPGAs using cgminer, the router uses max 8 watts vs 200watts for a PC
What computer uses 200W at idle? Mine uses 85W, and it's not a small or cheap system. Most laptops will be between 20-30W, and my old netbook used to use 12W.

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October 13, 2012, 08:56:16 PM
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You are using a compatible Router (in my case I currently use an ASUS RT-16n, I have used a Cisco/Linksys 3000 and 4200v1) - it controls my FPGAs using cgminer, the router uses max 8 watts vs 200watts for a PC
What computer uses 200W at idle? Mine uses 85W, and it's not a small or cheap system. Most laptops will be between 20-30W, and my old netbook used to use 12W.

Good for you, I'm so happy your using power efficient units.

Where did I say idle or laptop/netbook?

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October 13, 2012, 08:58:21 PM
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You are using a compatible Router (in my case I currently use an ASUS RT-16n, I have used a Cisco/Linksys 3000 and 4200v1) - it controls my FPGAs using cgminer, the router uses max 8 watts vs 200watts for a PC
What computer uses 200W at idle? Mine uses 85W, and it's not a small or cheap system. Most laptops will be between 20-30W, and my old netbook used to use 12W.
Good for you, I'm so happy your using power efficient units.

Where did I say idle or laptops?
You did not say idle, but since we're talking about mining with USB devices (and nothing else), the CPU will pretty much be idle the entire time.

My point is just that while DD-WRT is totally kickass, the power savings aren't really all that much.

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October 13, 2012, 09:00:44 PM
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You are using a compatible Router (in my case I currently use an ASUS RT-16n, I have used a Cisco/Linksys 3000 and 4200v1) - it controls my FPGAs using cgminer, the router uses max 8 watts vs 200watts for a PC
What computer uses 200W at idle? Mine uses 85W, and it's not a small or cheap system. Most laptops will be between 20-30W, and my old netbook used to use 12W.
Good for you, I'm so happy your using power efficient units.

Where did I say idle or laptops?
You did not say idle, but since we're talking about mining with USB devices (and nothing else), the CPU will pretty much be idle the entire time.

My point is just that while DD-WRT is totally kickass, the power savings aren't really all that much.

If the computer is off while your not using it, the small savings add up.
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October 13, 2012, 11:27:30 PM
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Hullo...

COMPLETELY

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...or so I've recently heard. K, I dunno what that means either and would also appreciate an explaination in English. Smiley

I was just remarking about it a really great open source project, not (necessarily) on its impact for mining.
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October 14, 2012, 02:01:05 AM
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Want completely Bad-ass?


http://www.npr.org/2012/05/18/152872160/can-we-open-source-hardware



You must watch / listen to this. If anyone does not understand the power of open source - this will open your eyes.



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October 14, 2012, 04:23:37 AM
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That article reminded me of the town built in Atlas Shrugged.  Same principles

Thinking of it, anyone on the supply side of bitcoin should have to read Atlas Shrugged

Nice article Cable

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October 14, 2012, 04:37:19 AM
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That article reminded me of the town built in Atlas Shrugged.  Same principles

Thinking of it, anyone on the supply side of bitcoin should have to read Atlas Shrugged

Nice article Cable


read it with a critical eye, there are some serious holes in Ayn Rand's philosophy (and apparently her head)

Fun fantasy world, but it does not match reality.

I also recommend "The Probability Broach" by L. Neil Smith: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Probability_Broach
(again, it's a nice fantasy world, but the points being made are more subtle than the overt story)

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October 14, 2012, 10:16:05 AM
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I've ordered 'em 54Mh/s machines from your site. Hope to see them soon.

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