LXer: EntryLevel Bitcoin Mining Gear for Mac, Windows, and Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 5, 2014
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The world of Bitcoin mining can be confusing if you're new. You used to be able to mine with your CPU, and then GPUs ruled the roost for a couple of years. Today, however, you'll need to buy specialized mining gear based on ASICs (application-specific integrated circuits), but the good news is that there are several entry-level options available, and you can run them from your Mac, a Windows PC, or a Linux box.
Bitcoin Mining Hardware
- date: April 19, 2013
I am interested about mining Bitcoins. Which of this hardware will give the most bitcoins per second with the standard miner? Electricity no object. All will have a stable 60Mbps cable unfiltered internet connection, and antivirus if required. I know graphics cards are very important, and ATI are better in this case, but I need some help. It doesn't matter if it is CPU or GPU mining, I just want the fastest!
Acer laptop V3-771G bought in February 2013-1TB 5400rpm SATA mechanical hard drive, Intel Core [email protected]
hyperthreaded (4 logical processors) 64 bit, 8192MB RAM, nVidia GeForce GT630M graphics card (1024MB VRAM). Will be connected to the internet via WiFi 130Mbps. Runs Windows 8 64 bit. Cost $1000Samsung Netbook N110 bought in June 2009-80GB 5400rpm SATA mechanical hard drive, Intel [email protected]
hyperthreaded (2 logical processors), 2048MB RAM, Intel Integrated Graphics (I don't know the model, but it doesn't even support OpenGL!) (128MB VRAM). Will be connected to the inte
Bitcoin Mining CPU faster than GPU?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 8, 2011
I just recently started mining on my laptop before deciding to buy anything. So I set up gui miner and got 2 miners running, one for cpu and one for gpu. And my cpu seems to run steady at 3.5 mhash/s while my gpu only runs at 1.5. I know nvidia cards arnt the best for this but shouldnt my gpu still work faster than my cpu? Im running intel 2.2 duo and a geforce 9400m.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 12, 2013
so i just install bitcoin and set up my back up wallet all that jazz but does any one know a good bitcoin mining software? Also a good pool please
Bitcoin mining in 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 3, 2014
Does anyone mine bitcoins with Ubuntu? What is a good miner to use?
I am a beginner looking to start mining. I run Ubuntu 12.04.
Bitcoin Mining Ubuntu server or BSD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2015
Okay, I may be a moron, but I can't find a better place for this question. I run several hobby systems, and I enjoy playing with new (to me) systems. I am interested in messing around with Bitcoin mining. Since I don't pay hydro here, I may be able to buy a Starbucks here and there.
Does anyone know of any good Bitcoin mining software for Ubuntu Server or the BSDs?
Google App Engine Bitcoin Mining
location: linuxexchange.com - date: April 13, 2013
I saw this, and it's quite a dead thread. I'm trying to implement this, but eclipse is having issues.
The App Engine SDK JAR appengine-endpoints.jar is missing in the WEB-INF/lib directory lib /gaeminer-master/war/WEB-INF Unknown Google App Engine Problem
The App Engine SDK JAR appengine-jsr107cache-1.7.7.jar is missing in the WEB-INF/lib directory lib /gaeminer-master/war/WEB-INF Unknown Google App Engine Problem
The App Engine SDK JAR appengine-api-labs.jar is missing in the WEB-INF/lib directory lib /gaeminer-master/war/WEB-INF Unknown Google App Engine Problem
The App Engine SDK JAR appengine-api-1.0-sdk-1.7.7.jar is missing in the WEB-INF/lib directory lib /gaeminer-master/war/WEB-INF Unknown Google App Engine Problem
The App Engine SDK JAR datanucleus-appengine-1.0.10.final.jar is missing in the WEB-INF/lib directory lib /gaeminer-master/war/WEB-INF Unknown Google App Engine Problem
trying make a custom livecd bitcoin wallet, without installing linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 25, 2013
Hey Ubuntu it's been a long time. I've been without a computer of my own for too long now.
And that would be why I'm using other people's computers, this one running Windows 7 at the moment.
Anyway, I've been eyeballing the bitcoin economy for quite some time now, and I think I'm going to start picking up a couple here and there in case they explode.
To that end I was attempting to set myself up with a nice peachy little live-cd environment, which would be running a custom ubuntu with nothing but armory, firefox, tor, and gnupg (and I feel like I'm forgetting something but oh well you get the point). And it could be my secure little money/anonymous browsing computer-vagrant's friend cd.
I don't want to use USB because I don't trust that technology to last me very long, especially running an OS off of it. I feel like a cd would be better for this purpose longevity wise, although I base that on nothing but personal experience. I have come up with a great way to keep the seed to my pr
Why bitcoin is not working mining take place?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 9, 2015
I have run the daemon also but its not working
Error is :
[2015-03-09 15:28:12] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0
[2015-03-09 15:28:12] Binding thread 1 to cpu 1
[2015-03-09 15:28:33] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to 178.209.60
.10 port 5000: Timed out
[2015-03-09 15:28:33] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2015-03-09 15:29:24] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to 178.209.60
.10 port 5000: Timed out
[2015-03-09 15:29:24] ...retry after 30 seconds.
LXer: Bitcoin micropayments device runs Linux on Raspberry Pi
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 23, 2015
Published at LXer:
21 Inc. has launched a Linux and Raspberry Pi based mini-PC with native support for the Bitcoin currency protocol, enabling a Bitcoin micropayments server. Since its debut in 2009, the peer-to-peer, open source Bitcoin crypto-currency protocol has continued to gain traction, especially for global transactions, legal and otherwise. Now, Andreessen Horowitz backed startup 21 Inc. […]
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