Update: I found out that it was actually one of my cards locking up the system after 10 minutes. I’ve pulled the card so I can use the other one to keep mining with. My friend was kind enough to let me use a 7950 until I get my other one back from the manufacturer, so I’ll be back to full speed later on tonight… So for the record, there was nothing wrong with my Debian installation or my drivers:) Viva Linux!
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I’m working on a small PHP library that does pretty much all that Feathercoin can do and is properly documented on top. I’ll post as soon as it’s ready for public consumption.
The wallet size will grow as you add more addresses to it, but not by adding funds, also there will be a slight decrease in size when the wallet is encrypted when comparing to an unencrypted wallet with the same amount of addresses.
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My dumbass had the client running in background and didn’t realize it. Once I cosed it, the file then transfered and the coins appeared. Thank goodness
Usual and easy mistake, Windows doesn’t like you forcing any gears, yet doesn’t seem to offer a clutch. :)
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Q: Is it possible (and worth it) to run a CPU miner like minerd & a GPU miner like CGminer at the same time on the same machine.
I would guess the benefit would be using the GPU and CPU at the same time.
i mine both on my CPU (minerd) and GPU (cgminer), however be aware that if you use all the cores/threads of cpu you might get a reduction in cgminer perfomance.
for instance when i ran 100% cpu power on minerd my rigs went down from producing total of 6000khash to about 5000khash.
I fixed this by using only 6 of 8 threads (i7) and 2 of 3 cores in my AMD cpu. This way i only use about 70-80% off total cpu usage, leaving some for cgminer to performe optimal.
Possibly, possibly not. Don’t carve my name in for anything quite yet. I’m still trying to work out all the niggles and see what’s what.
I’m by no means confident in my setup yet. :)
Rather than bump this thread up (as I don’t want to :P) I’ll edit in an update.
I’ve had P2Pool working fine and stable now, understand what I need to do to get it running but… It’s just going to prove too much hassle for me to upkeep and maintain.
Yes it’s a little project and I’ve learned a little more about what it’ll require to be a pool operator and maintain such. Of which, kudos to those who run pools for us all, it’s much more work than it seems!
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I’d also suggest encrypting it if you’re going to store it on dropbox.
Exactly as I do, the only problem then is it is no longer a ‘live’ backup… Well, unless store a small truecrypt archive in dropbox, which is mounted as a drive, and then has the wallet symlinked from %appdata% to the truecrypt drive.
I think the problem I had was I was trading with Bitcoins on Gox even though I had not transferred money via the UK to them, they don’t seem to like the fact you may want to take money out via them if they don’t see you putting it in via them. Fair enough I suppose, but still a form of centralisation in my book.
I contacted support and they said my account had been flagged, but no reason was given? Even though I did not break any daily or monthly amounts that they [i]state[/i] as limits for unverified accounts.
It’s not that you won’t get your money back, it all got sorted in the end, it’s just a PITA having to verify yourself, especially if you find out the day after you have thrown away the only monthly utility bill that is in your name, like I did :'(
Oh, you can. You can’t crossfire them together but you can use them both individually in your system.
As the cards are both new series cares (7xxx) you’ll have no problems what so ever using them in the same system without installing any other drivers.
5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx cards can be used simultaneously in the same system using one of the newer ATI catalysts, I believe from around 12.8 onwards 7xxx cards were supported.
Where you will encounter issues is when you want to use a ‘legacy’ card in your system at the same time as a newer card. 4xxx cards and below are now known as ‘legacy’ and require their own drivers. Which, in turn, is known to cause conflict with the newer drivers.