I have posted some time ago in the beeeeer.org thread about my OpenCL version of ptsminer, and now I think it is mature enough to be "released". So here it goes. You can find it at the following address:http://github.com/girino/ptsminer
Binaries are available here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/n4ta5olqp2g5i9l/xkr0sCTrUu
This is even faster than the old version. (it is faster than CUDA miners on amazon ec2). Same options are available. Added the new modes: gpuv7 (default), gpuv8 and gpuv9 (low memory version). gpuv7 is generally faster, but choose the one most apropriate for you.
This is an experimental miner, use at your own risk. Fully open source,
no hidden "mining for the author" tricks
. So please, donate some PTS if you like it or if it is useful to you. Edit:
There is a 1% fee now. (30 seconds every hour or so). You can still remove it in the source code and recompile.
It is preconfigured to mine at beeeeer.org pool, but this can be changed with the -o command line switch.
Since this is a modified CPU miner, default is to mine using CPU. To mine using GPU, use the "-a gpu" switch.
Please read installation instructions, and good luck.Edit:
Added the option "-device" where you can choose which devices will be used. Use a comma separated list, with no spaces, like this:
./ptsminer -u PkyeQNn1yGV5psGeZ4sDu6nz2vWHTujf4h -a gpu -device 0,3,4
The old way (assigning threads sequentially to each device) still works, so if you want to use the first devices or all of them you can still use "-t" option instead.