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Offline nomullet

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Debian wheezy


#########  Building mmcminer #########



./autogen.sh: 8: ./autogen.sh: aclocal: not found
setup.sh: 80: setup.sh: ./configure: not found
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
cp: cannot stat `minerd': No such file or directory
#########  mmcminer Runing Background with screen #########
######## Complete ############



######## Watch Miner  => screen -r miner1 #########



######## Stop Miner  => kill $(pidof SCREEN) #########



Mining Static => http://mmcpool.com/user?wallet=MFu6BAaEtcaEi7QV7fn9eLce1uELtrJFdP

this script working debian + ubuntu what is you os?
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#########  Building mmcminer #########



./autogen.sh: 8: ./autogen.sh: aclocal: not found
setup.sh: 80: setup.sh: ./configure: not found
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
cp: cannot stat `minerd': No such file or directory
#########  mmcminer Runing Background with screen #########
######## Complete ############



######## Watch Miner  => screen -r miner1 #########



######## Stop Miner  => kill $(pidof SCREEN) #########



Mining Static => http://mmcpool.com/user?wallet=MFu6BAaEtcaEi7QV7fn9eLce1uELtrJFdP

this script working debian + ubuntu what is you os?

Offline jpeggt

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Anyone else getting this error? :
Illegal instruction (core dumped)

complied on ubuntu 13.10, I've got it running fine on other machines, ran the exact same procedure but get this error, minerd seems to work if I just try and run this:
./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com/ --user a
HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
json_rpc_call failed, retry after 10 seconds

but when I change the user to my address I just get the illegal instruction error.

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#########  Building mmcminer #########



./autogen.sh: 8: ./autogen.sh: aclocal: not found
setup.sh: 80: setup.sh: ./configure: not found
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
cp: cannot stat `minerd': No such file or directory
#########  mmcminer Runing Background with screen #########
######## Complete ############



######## Watch Miner  => screen -r miner1 #########



######## Stop Miner  => kill $(pidof SCREEN) #########



Mining Static => http://mmcpool.com/user?wallet=MFu6BAaEtcaEi7QV7fn9eLce1uELtrJFdP


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MCzcJ537n5k62rrVpKdDLffVfxYXroACpM   651.94
MTcEYSKqamSVTDEZTqyYBr64Fbv5Y7srv8   616.89
MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN   437.26
M8d1Lz1dhxiaKJxVB1s6pZ3VghDsCntEw6   369.26
MGKWVo3Uj8NLGLAoUwcvdmzDH5Q25g7CuS   352.61
MLVRxsxpvd6m87s7WBaeZ63ktF44BziadB   346.18
MMTkW4RDPqY63D6B9rLXWBQe8KdXKAZf8P   341.88


Lol all botnets for 600 hpm  need min 200 x E3 server.

Or, you know, around $28/hour worth of EC2.

You have calculator?

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MCzcJ537n5k62rrVpKdDLffVfxYXroACpM   651.94
MTcEYSKqamSVTDEZTqyYBr64Fbv5Y7srv8   616.89
MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN   437.26
M8d1Lz1dhxiaKJxVB1s6pZ3VghDsCntEw6   369.26
MGKWVo3Uj8NLGLAoUwcvdmzDH5Q25g7CuS   352.61
MLVRxsxpvd6m87s7WBaeZ63ktF44BziadB   346.18
MMTkW4RDPqY63D6B9rLXWBQe8KdXKAZf8P   341.88


Lol all botnets for 600 hpm  need min 200 x E3 server.

Or, you know, around $28/hour worth of EC2.

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Pool seems to be running but your linux install instructions don't make any sense and don't seem to work (at least on debian wheezy)
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MCzcJ537n5k62rrVpKdDLffVfxYXroACpM   651.94
MTcEYSKqamSVTDEZTqyYBr64Fbv5Y7srv8   616.89
MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN   437.26
M8d1Lz1dhxiaKJxVB1s6pZ3VghDsCntEw6   369.26
MGKWVo3Uj8NLGLAoUwcvdmzDH5Q25g7CuS   352.61
MLVRxsxpvd6m87s7WBaeZ63ktF44BziadB   346.18
MMTkW4RDPqY63D6B9rLXWBQe8KdXKAZf8P   341.88


Lol all botnets for 600 hpm  need min 200 x E3 server.

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It isn't mine lol, but i totally agree with you!
Looks like we are at 50% or getting close to it ( pool stats for the 50 addresses it shows : 3091.61 HPM ) , soon more ;)

So far your pool has proved amazingly stable. :)

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Looks like we are at 50% or getting close to it ( pool stats for the 50 addresses it shows : 3091.61 HPM ) , soon more ;)

So far your pool has proved amazingly stable. :)

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Looks like we are at 50% or getting close to it ( pool stats for the 50 addresses it shows : 3091.61 HPM ) , soon more ;)

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Thinking in the other direction, does  >>1GB, say 3-4GB benefit the speed of mining MMC (disregarding the possible use of more threads)?

I think it's possible that running multiple hashes at the same time should show some modest performance gains. The gains should be better if you have multiple memory chips - so 1 hash per memorychip would probably be a good guide for maximum performance. No software to do this yet though.
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Will throw 500-800 HPM at this within the next hour.

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I keep getting this, mining for an hour
 
PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected

On another machine I start the miner

./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com/ --user <address> --threads 1

and it says "KIlled" after being. What can be wrong?
If its two different machines we can rule out it being them (well, its unlikely).

Whats your network setup?
The first is behind a firewall at my home only getting rejects.
The second is a cloud vps server (512MB,  1 virtual core)
You need 1gb ram to mine MMC and try disabling the firewall and setting up portforwarding.
Yes, i was guessing at a memory limit problem. Maybe I will try a 1 GB solution.
Should work at 1GB. It has to generate a set of data to perform hashes on which is why it uses so much RAM
Thinking in the other direction, does  >>1GB, say 3-4GB benefit the speed of mining MMC (disregarding the possible use of more threads)?
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I keep getting this, mining for an hour
 
PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected

On another machine I start the miner

./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com/ --user <address> --threads 1

and it says "KIlled" after being. What can be wrong?
If its two different machines we can rule out it being them (well, its unlikely).

Whats your network setup?
The first is behind a firewall at my home only getting rejects.
The second is a cloud vps server (512MB,  1 virtual core)
You need 1gb ram to mine MMC and try disabling the firewall and setting up portforwarding.
Yes, i was guessing at a memory limit problem. Maybe I will try a 1 GB solution.
Should work at 1GB. It has to generate a set of data to perform hashes on which is why it uses so much RAM
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