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May 06, 2015, 12:46:41 AM
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Any idea when the Antminer U3 v2 will be supported? I am very curious to see if it will handle my U3's better than CG miner. I wish I was a coder and could help out. BFGMiner is a great piece of software  Cool
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May 06, 2015, 02:54:27 AM
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Any ideas when the Antminer U3 v2 will be supported? I am very curious to see if it will handle my U3's better than CG miner. I wish I was a coder and could help out. BFGMiner is a great piece of software  Cool
"Soon". I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5 & Avalon4 and just release 5.2 to get those out there...

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I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5
How's that progressing?

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May 06, 2015, 04:05:46 PM
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I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5
How's that progressing?
There's a lot of code to reverse engineer (although it's much better than trying to RE the binaries).

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I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5
How's that progressing?
There's a lot of code to reverse engineer (although it's much better than trying to RE the binaries).
From where are you getting the code?

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May 06, 2015, 07:42:57 PM
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I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5
How's that progressing?
There's a lot of code to reverse engineer (although it's much better than trying to RE the binaries).
From where are you getting the code?
https://github.com/bitmaintech/

Interested in collaborating on it? Smiley

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https://github.com/bitmaintech/

Interested in collaborating on it? Smiley
Yes, where's your fork?
I have S5s, so I could help with testing, too.

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May 06, 2015, 07:59:55 PM
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https://github.com/bitmaintech/

Interested in collaborating on it? Smiley
Yes, where's your fork?
I have S5s, so I could help with testing, too.
I'm not planning to fork the Bitmain code, but rather to reverse engineer it and write a new userspace-only driver.
So far I've just been studying how it interfaces to the hardware - mainly the kernel code so far.
Perhaps it's best if you start at the userspace/cgminer side so we don't overlap?
I'm about to be AFK for a bit, but maybe later we can discuss further on IRC

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https://github.com/bitmaintech/

Interested in collaborating on it? Smiley
Yes, where's your fork?
I have S5s, so I could help with testing, too.
I'm not planning to fork the Bitmain code, but rather to reverse engineer it and write a new userspace-only driver.
So far I've just been studying how it interfaces to the hardware - mainly the kernel code so far.
Perhaps it's best if you start at the userspace/cgminer side so we don't overlap?
I'm about to be AFK for a bit, but maybe later we can discuss further on IRC

Wow, I'd really like to see BFGMiner on my S5s!
Currently using the cgminer 4.9.0 version, but that is a hassle if you reboot the machine, you have to replace it each time...
Didn't spend a lot of time on that, besides putting the binary in /config (surviving reboots); together with a stupid script that stops 4.8/replaces and starts 4.9.
Any idea how to edit the Firmware in the eMMC?
Also the options is a mess... If you find any reference of voltage settings (in hex) that would be interesting (found different answers on that, and obviously interested in the correct one).
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Thanks man for the work can't wait to it in S5 Smiley.



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May 07, 2015, 08:47:22 PM
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I cant wait to see Antminer U3 support

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Me too   Smiley
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May 08, 2015, 02:18:40 PM
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Hi there Luke!

Is there anyway to instruct BFGMiner to switch to mine to another local wallet when RPC communications to a polled wallet indicates that either the difficulty level or the network hashrate is sufficiently low enough to then switch the RPC port the miner sends its hashes to?

Currently, I have all my coin wallets running and check each with the RPC dialog box with 'getmininginfo' to determine if it is worthwhile mining a specific coin that I know I will be able to solve blocks for, then I manually quit BFGMiner and restart it with the port number changed.

Thanks in advance.
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May 09, 2015, 02:23:49 AM
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I guess I need to take a break from working on Ant S5
How's that progressing?
There's a lot of code to reverse engineer (although it's much better than trying to RE the binaries).
From where are you getting the code?
https://github.com/bitmaintech/

Interested in collaborating on it? Smiley

Awesome!

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May 10, 2015, 11:55:49 PM
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I cant wait to see Antminer U3 support

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I'll be very curious to compare with how my U3s run with bfgminer since it uses a different driver than cgminer, and there are no shortage of problems with the U3... more options to play with are always welcomed!
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May 14, 2015, 10:35:39 PM
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Hello fellow hashers!
I'm running bfgminer 4.1.0 now on some miners that require bfgminer to be able to support extranonce and the #xnsub  command.
I'm running them on nicehash for a friend who has a Zeus Lightning X6 farm.
I found out that 4.1.0 doesn't support extranonce algo so I looked for and found bfg 4.7.0 but it's all convoluted and not telling me how to set the command line to work correctly.
I tried using the bat file from 4.1.0 but alas, it just spits dummy!
Can anyone share a working bat file for 4.7.0 so I can get going with the latest version that supports extranonce.
I found 5.1.0 but there doesn't seem to be a version compiled for win32 nor does it say if it supports the extranonce algo required by the NiceHash/WestHash pool.
I can only run versions already compiled for win32.
Also....
Have they combined the ability to run Zeus and GridSeed 5 chips from the same program/gui yet?
Any help or useable advice would be greatly appreciated.
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May 15, 2015, 05:27:11 AM
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Hello fellow hashers!
I'm running bfgminer 4.1.0 now on some miners that require bfgminer to be able to support extranonce and the #xnsub  command.
I'm running them on nicehash for a friend who has a Zeus Lightning X6 farm.
I found out that 4.1.0 doesn't support extranonce algo so I looked for and found bfg 4.7.0 but it's all convoluted and not telling me how to set the command line to work correctly.
I tried using the bat file from 4.1.0 but alas, it just spits dummy!
Can anyone share a working bat file for 4.7.0 so I can get going with the latest version that supports extranonce.
I found 5.1.0 but there doesn't seem to be a version compiled for win32 nor does it say if it supports the extranonce algo required by the NiceHash/WestHash pool.
I can only run versions already compiled for win32.
Also....
Have they combined the ability to run Zeus and GridSeed 5 chips from the same program/gui yet?
Any help or useable advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Download 5.1.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/5.1.0/bfgminer-5.1.0-win32.zip. You can always go to http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/ to download.

It supports extranonce and can be used with Nicehash/Westhash. I suggest not to run Zues with Gridseed in same app. It won't go smoothly.

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Hello fellow hashers!
I'm running bfgminer 4.1.0 now on some miners that require bfgminer to be able to support extranonce and the #xnsub  command.
I'm running them on nicehash for a friend who has a Zeus Lightning X6 farm.
I found out that 4.1.0 doesn't support extranonce algo so I looked for and found bfg 4.7.0 but it's all convoluted and not telling me how to set the command line to work correctly.
I tried using the bat file from 4.1.0 but alas, it just spits dummy!
Can anyone share a working bat file for 4.7.0 so I can get going with the latest version that supports extranonce.
I found 5.1.0 but there doesn't seem to be a version compiled for win32 nor does it say if it supports the extranonce algo required by the NiceHash/WestHash pool.
I can only run versions already compiled for win32.
Also....
Have they combined the ability to run Zeus and GridSeed 5 chips from the same program/gui yet?
Any help or useable advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Download 5.1.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/5.1.0/bfgminer-5.1.0-win32.zip. You can always go to http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/ to download.

It supports extranonce and can be used with Nicehash/Westhash. I suggest not to run Zues with Gridseed in same app. It won't go smoothly.



I Agree for Zeus miner they may run smooth with a Zeus miner mix on the same controller but they do seem more stable one miner per controller and PI's are not that Expensive or you can make your own controller i think a few have .
 example why do you think bit main gives us a controller etc with S1 to S5 one reason may be they do run much better with one controller per miner and it is easier to just plug in a PSU etc and your up and running , it may take hours to get a few  Zeus's  to work to gather on one controller much less with  grid seeds.

It is poss but can be a headache getting it setup and working Smooth. Done it .


for GUI try this http://zoomhash.com/pages/raspberry-pi-software-update or  Minera https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=596620.0 which works much better atm if you put your own custom BFG MINER in minera hes working on the Calculation problem with minera and some Script miners .


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Sry to ask but how to get it on raspberry pi?
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Sry to ask but how to get it on raspberry pi?
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NEW VERSION 5.2.0, JUNE 5 2015

Human readable changelog:
  • antminer: Compatibility with Antminer U3; see README.ASIC for details.
  • icarus: Refactor timeout logic to work with millisecond precision on Linux and Windows.

Full changelog:
  • Upgraded Windows hidapi library from 0.8.0_pre20130121 to 0.8.0_rc1_p20140719
  • Update bundled libbase58 to 0.1.4
  • README.ASIC: Document usage with AntMiner U3
  • icarus: Include ns/hash estimates for each nonce result, in debug logging
  • icarus: Cleanup dev vs proc repr in logging
  • Bugfix: update_block_display: Ensure we have console lock, and avoid rare relock when resizing windows inside curses_print_status
  • gitmodules: Change libblkmaker URI to use GitHub since Gitorious is defunct
  • Bugfix: DevAPI: Avoid infinite hang in set_device help
  • bitforce: Wait until pre-initialisation jobs all flush completely before starting to avoid sanity check issues
  • bitforce: Wait to clear job queue (at init) until we have actually opened the device
  • bitforce: Remove unnecessary delay
  • Bugfix: vcom: Avoid overflowing cc_t before division to deciseconds
  • Bugfix: bitforce: Ensure hashes_done is called for every completed job
  • antminer: Adapt default configuration to work with U3 as well as U1/U2
  • antminer: Add U3 voltage setting (x??? format only for now)
  • antminer: getstatus needs to read a result for every chip, but we don't use the output anyway, so just skip it
  • icarus: Modify work division detection packet to be compatible with Antminer U3
  • icarus: Replace decisecond-precision read_count with read_timeout_ms (millisecond precision) to handle faster devices like the Antminer U3 that complete works in under 1ds
  • lowl-vcom: vcom_set_timeout_ms function (increases precision to ms on Windows only)
  • util: timer_remaining_us function
  • configure: Improve path finding macro to work with more possible CPP output
  • configure: Macroify header path search
  • Reduce HTTP request failure log level to DEBUG since it often occurs probing stratum pools
  • Bugfix: DevAPI: Guarantee set_device functions never get passed a NULL pointer for newvalue
  • Always update block display after pool display in case of username wrapping around
  • icarus: Pass device representation to icarus_{gets,write} so logging can use it rather than fd numbers
  • Bugfix: icarus: Check for impossibly fast hw errors (and don't report Eh/s when they occur)
  • Bugfix: icarus: Avoid a race with watchdog applying settings by setting device_data before add_cgpu
  • RPC: Clean up api_add_* somewhat
  • Bugfix: util: Fix is_power_of_two
  • Port antminer driver to use set_device_funcs

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