@sabre Sorry I posted in the other thread about… well, everything else.
AFAIK all the algo’s supported on multipool.us are ASIC enabled now, and almost all the coins aren’t profitable with GPU mining, at least the algo’s they support (scrypt, SHA-256, X11). DigiByte is multi-algo and does have 3 others you can run on GPU, but not through multipool.
So, to do FTC on give-me-coins using ccminer, first create a worker on the website, then a bat file on windows, which would look like:
ccminer.exe -a neoscrypt -q -o stratum+tcp://ftc-neo.give-me-coins.com:3336 -u <username.worker> -p <password>
This bat would have to be in the same folder as ccminer.exe, otherwise put the full path to the ccminer executable if you want to put it somewhere like your desktop.
The -q param limits the miner’s terminal output to only showing accepted/rejected shares and hashrate.
last year i created a dual boot win7 and os/x system just to see if i could make a mac and windows together worked great actually sold it to someone for like 4000…
If you made a dual-boot hackintosh, you’ve accomplished more technical challenges than a dual-boot lin/win system. I’m a heavy Mac user but don’t have the nerve (or need) to do that to my pc…
windows miner, which is already compiled and in the form of an exe file with premade config files for ftc, ltc,dopecoin, through pools and also solo mining so scrypt, neoscrypt, and the other main scrypts…
@AcidD is right — I would also whole-heartedly encourage trying out some distro’s using the free VirtualBox app. If you do want to try Fedora instead of CentOS 7, try sticking to version 21 at most — the latest is f26 — because with f22 gcc5 was introduced and I’ve found it causes errors compiling some miners because they’re written around a gcc4 environment. CentOS 7/RHEL 7 is loosely based around f19, so it’s not that big a jump. Also, Fedora sports a direct upgrade path from one version to the next, which CentOS 6/7 and many other distros do not for which you’d have to wipe/install.
Others here can help with which Ubuntu/apt flavors to stick with. I personally favor Linux Mint Xfce, or Cinnamon if you need a Start-like menu to feel at home.
@ghostlander provides pre-compiled Windows, linux, and Macintosh ( thank you!) neoscrypt-only ccminer binaries that you can mine FTC, ORB, PXC and HAL. (Don’t be concerned that they’re over a year old, they still work just as well.) If you want to wander into other algo’s, you’ll need to wander into tpruvot’s ccminer fork for which he supplies a pre-compiled Windows binary, but the source compiles perfectly on CentOS 7.3 with Cuda 8.0.
As far as pre-made config files, there really aren’t any… because the command line will be entirely based on the pool you’re using. All the major pools (except for p2pools generally) have their config parameters on the site. Solo-mining FTC (and ORB) probably isn’t wise due to current difficulty levels, but you can probably do so with PXC and HAL.
At the time of the getpeerinfo your node tried to sync with that node. you can see it at the parameter ‘syncnode: true’ in the node’s info section. If this node becomes unavailable for any reason during the sync, of stuck on one block, the sync will be very slow or even stall for a while.
If you restart your client, another node will be selected for the sync and in most of the cases your node’s sync will continue.
i’ve pick up myself well over a mil in the last 6month being patient on exchanges.
Since you (and the other 20 holders) own quite a bit do you have any plans to support Feathercoin development, marketing etc.? Or would you commit some coins if there would be an easy, transparent way to support development?
FWIW Yes the subject is 1070 vs 1080, but just to note: I’m getting 750KH/s on each EVGA 1060 I have.
—$230 each when I got them
—o/c +200MHz to ~1910MHz
—within 10% H/W of most o/c’d 1070’s (7.6H/W without bios upgrades; typical 1070’s do 1150KH/s @ 140+W)
—very quiet with plastic cover removed and fans @80%, 77°C steady in slots in an open case (I’m moving them to risers next week)
My old EVGA 970 SSC’s have worked well for nearly two years, still going strong without any problems, but it was past time to migrate to less noise/heat/power. These 1060’s are half the cheapest 1070 right now (Zotac $450).
Sorry it took so long, rough at work these days. I went in and noticed that mining pool hub doesn’t specify stratum in the getting started section. I added stratum, made sure my worker was setup.
Here is the actually bat I am using on that pool with the 2.4.3 x64 minerd:
minerd -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:20510 -O jjohnson031982.1:x
Not exactly speeds that would allow any of us an early retirement, but fun never the less testing the different builds and pushing our computers to their limits!
hey i have the exact same card, can you post your config file settings
i can’t get mine to mine at all keeps disabling gpu
and if possible can you post a link to the miner your using maybe its a different version from the one i have