Mining monero with cpu ubuntu
As we show in the video, open your browser, access the Minergate Dashboard and check if the linux computer is connected to the monero pool. As we show in the video, you can use the Minergate calculator to check how much monero will your computer make. This tutorial shows a quick way to start mining monero using the CPU of a computer runnning ubnutu linux. I had to drop the s on downloads to make the command work.
Other than great video. How to mine monero using linux CPU. Minergate Account First, you need to create an account at Minergate Open your browser, access the Minergate website and create a new account. As we show in the video, you can use the Minergate calculator to check how much monero will your computer make Conclusion This tutorial shows a quick way to start mining monero using the CPU of a computer runnning ubnutu linux.
Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post. Is monero safer than zcash? I need a miner. I mean, a miner. I want my cables to melt. The reason to project together is to learn from each other and remain motivated.
Basic Orange Pi or Raspberry Pi setup depending on available hardware for 1. But I was thinking we need a standard, so that any dude anywhere can build. Therefore really internationally available components. But so good that you can sell it to your neighbour if he wants to mine. A good quality thing you can be proud of, and kicks ass. This should make for an excellent Monero miner. Thank you very much for this very straight forward guide, helped me alot even with my mediocre knowledge of CLI: You can keep up with my experiement here!
I see no hash rate at all. So is there a way to run this from a USB stick that has a version of Linux installed? I have tried a couple of times but the directions seem to fail when trying from a persistent USB Linux install. Get a Monero Wallet MyMonero Make sure you save the string of words it gives you because this is basically your password. Install dependencies Now I will say I know how to use Ubuntu and I have built quite a few computers with this OS, but this is just a list of dependencies that if I run all of them I don't have any problems.
Download and and install xmr-stak-cpu We will need to clone the github repository. Decide how many threads you should use To do this find out how much cache your CPU has and how many cores it has. Load Huge Pages If you open up the config file you will notice a section outlining how to enable huge pages on Linux. Inside the file put this: You are now mining Monero on your CPU! If you have any other questions feel free to ask me! Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
Can this be done on a laptop by chance? If so, what hardware will I need? So how does it all work if you don't mind me asking? Ill give it a shot!
Any good tips I should know to help me leverage up? I'll have to look into it! Got any experience in running a raspberry pi stack with this configuration? I don't, I really considered building one though. Do you think a stack will work with Orangi Pi too? Lets say 20x stack?
I need molten and burnt cables Oh man, I love building computer, but that looks like way too much work lol. I don't know how to win if I don't take a chance Lol what do you need me to do? Without a GPU is workable? Yes, it should be. Was thinking we all agree on execution as follows: All ideas and critisism welcome. Is it optimal config?