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Offline badbonez

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Thanks!  I'm actually on windows here, but my cloud server is Linux.  I want to get it onto the Linux server.  When I copied the other program I used
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git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer.
Naturally, that won't work here as this file is on rapidshare.  I tried
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wget http://rapidshare.com/share/3BACFA7FD98BE772D770BBFFC2C900E3/mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz which makes a something called mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz (it's listed in red when I look at the directory).  Now what?  Or what do I need to change some syntax?
Hi, you could follow these steps:

1) download the file to windows
2) install a sftp client (such as https://filezilla-project.org/‎)
3) connect to your remote server (the protocal is sftp) with your login credentials
4) upload to your server

maybe not the optimal but it works..

Excellent!  Thank you.
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Exactly how much cpu time are we donating to support the next version?
I've seen the message come up more than three times in the past few hours.

In the edited OP he states that it mines for 30 seconds to start and 30 seconds every hour.
« Last Edit: January 12, 2014, 04:12:05 pm by badbonez »
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Offline Delinquency

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Exactly how much cpu time are we donating to support the next version?
I've seen the message come up more than three times in the past few hours.

Offline seraphim

Linux noob question:  How would I copy and install this to my Linux cloud server?  I am currently using minerd at MMC Pool

download the file as "filename.tar.gz", then
# scp filename.tar.gz user@yourserver.com
no need to compile and install, as it is binary...

Thanks!  I'm actually on windows here, but my cloud server is Linux.  I want to get it onto the Linux server.  When I copied the other program I used
Code: [Select]
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer.
Naturally, that won't work here as this file is on rapidshare.  I tried
Code: [Select]
wget http://rapidshare.com/share/3BACFA7FD98BE772D770BBFFC2C900E3/mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz which makes a something called mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz (it's listed in red when I look at the directory).  Now what?  Or what do I need to change some syntax?

Thanks!

.tar.gz is an archive file, extract it using
tar -xvzf filename.tar.gz
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Thanks!  I'm actually on windows here, but my cloud server is Linux.  I want to get it onto the Linux server.  When I copied the other program I used
Code: [Select]
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer.
Naturally, that won't work here as this file is on rapidshare.  I tried
Code: [Select]
wget http://rapidshare.com/share/3BACFA7FD98BE772D770BBFFC2C900E3/mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz which makes a something called mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz (it's listed in red when I look at the directory).  Now what?  Or what do I need to change some syntax?
Hi, you could follow these steps:

1) download the file to windows
2) install a sftp client (such as https://filezilla-project.org/‎)
3) connect to your remote server (the protocal is sftp) with your login credentials
4) upload to your server

maybe not the optimal but it works..
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thank you very much, i've increased the speed from 8,5 to 12,2 !!! well done

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Linux noob question:  How would I copy and install this to my Linux cloud server?  I am currently using minerd at MMC Pool

download the file as "filename.tar.gz", then
# scp filename.tar.gz user@yourserver.com
no need to compile and install, as it is binary...

Thanks!  I'm actually on windows here, but my cloud server is Linux.  I want to get it onto the Linux server.  When I copied the other program I used
Code: [Select]
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer.
Naturally, that won't work here as this file is on rapidshare.  I tried
Code: [Select]
wget http://rapidshare.com/share/3BACFA7FD98BE772D770BBFFC2C900E3/mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz which makes a something called mc2miner-0.1d-linux64.tar.gz (it's listed in red when I look at the directory).  Now what?  Or what do I need to change some syntax?

Thanks!
« Last Edit: January 11, 2014, 09:12:24 pm by badbonez »
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Linux noob question:  How would I copy and install this to my Linux cloud server?  I am currently using minerd at MMC Pool

download the file as "filename.tar.gz", then
# scp filename.tar.gz user@yourserver.com
no need to compile and install, as it is binary...
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Linux noob question:  How would I copy and install this to my Linux cloud server?  I am currently using minerd at MMC Pool, following these instructions: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1638.0

But I would like to upgrade to this miner.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: January 11, 2014, 08:42:08 pm by badbonez »
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How to use GPU mining for mmcpool.com ? (config)
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trying it out.

6.504 hash/min on my XEON L5639 for the start.

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Chrome reports "mc2miner-0.1d-win64.zip is malicious, and Chrome has blocked it." It downloads correctly on IE. Must be rapidshare.

Thanks. 5000MMC on its way to you. Keep up the good work.
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Very impressive!

On an i7 3770, I'm seeing 2.85 h/m (bundled 32bit miner) to 3.95 h/m . . 72% improvement.

You're helping to make CPUs more competitive and that's vital to the success of the whole project. Thank you.
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Thanks. 5000MMC on its way to you. Keep up the good work.
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