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July 16, 2012, 01:40:51 AM
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....we're looking for someone who can *unix....

Does that mean you want someone with Unix/linux experienc?

Because sometime back

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I can't sign up because the "slide to fit" thing requires a Flash plug-in. 

does everybody not have that those days?

Flash is proprietary software, which I do not install on my computer.

lol?

lol? lol you say? most of us who as you say "*unix" care about the whole proprietary software thing... and at least i don't apreashate when people laugh at us for caring... most of us also aren't stupid



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 from: markm on June 30, 2012, 10:33:57 PM
I actually tried to install flash on Fedora15, did in fact install it, but the browser rejected it, seems Fedora thinks it is a security problem or something. So even after installing it the browser does not actually use it.

-MarkM-


i'm sad to hear it, but i cant disapple it, its for security reason, in the start it wasn't there, then some spammed my wallet and made ~2500 vaults.. so..

Surely you can use a standard captcha system or something from solvemedia? Flash only also leaves out most mobile users.

a mobile version of the site is under development, andoid app also



and because we aren't we can see you dodging his question. "Surely you can use a standard captcha system or something from solvemedia?"

but hey if someone who can "*unix" wants to help him *shrugs sholders
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July 16, 2012, 07:40:19 AM
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My 5770 and 6850 (~400kh/s) have joined the party. Kiss
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July 16, 2012, 07:48:08 PM
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Looks like something's wrong... "Time Since Last Block: 5 Hours 42 Minutes", and the shares stats aren't updating.

I know this because Tyler knows this.
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July 16, 2012, 08:10:18 PM
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everything is ok

i have been worked one the site today, therefor it have been stock, every user that have been mined while it was stock, have just been paid + bonus

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July 17, 2012, 01:46:24 AM
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My 5770 and 6850 (~400kh/s) have joined the party. Kiss

What does your 5770 get? Mine can go as high as 150 at aggression 16.. that normal do you think?

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July 17, 2012, 06:44:48 AM
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My 5770 and 6850 (~400kh/s) have joined the party. Kiss

What does your 5770 get? Mine can go as high as 150 at aggression 16.. that normal do you think?

I'm pulling 206kh/s out of mine.

agg 16 @ 910Mhz core, 1250Mhz mem. I also noticed I get a few more kh/s with 4gpu threads instead of two.

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Catalyst 12.6 was causing me issues overclocking any further, but back when I had 12.1 I could get the core up to 950. I'm gonna get 12.2 and see what I can pull.

Edit2:

Catalyst 12.2 doesn't have the issues I was having with 12.6! I installed SDK 2.5 (I don't know if it matters for ltc). 911 Core, Aggression 18, 1250 Mem:

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July 17, 2012, 11:57:04 AM
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My 5770 and 6850 (~400kh/s) have joined the party. Kiss

What does your 5770 get? Mine can go as high as 150 at aggression 16.. that normal do you think?

I'm pulling 206kh/s out of mine.

agg 16 @ 910Mhz core, 1250Mhz mem. I also noticed I get a few more kh/s with 4gpu threads instead of two.

Edit:

Catalyst 12.6 was causing me issues overclocking any further, but back when I had 12.1 I could get the core up to 950. I'm gonna get 12.2 and see what I can pull.

Edit2:

Catalyst 12.2 doesn't have the issues I was having with 12.6! I installed SDK 2.5 (I don't know if it matters for ltc). 911 Core, Aggression 18, 1250 Mem:

Sexy for a 5770

That is awesome. I had forgotten I had turned the memory cocks way down, which seems to have been bad. Now I get up to 195 which seems about right. Thanks!

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July 17, 2012, 12:43:32 PM
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The Pool is down atm.. cant say whats going on, and i dont know for how long. i recommend using this pool instead: http://notroll.in

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July 17, 2012, 02:14:47 PM
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The Pool is down atm.. cant say whats going on, and i dont know for how long. i recommend using this pool instead: http://notroll.in

*Nods in excaptance, you did make a good recommendation for pool though.
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