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Why Linux over Windows? If you missed the hardware portion of our guide, make sure to check it out first. You should end up in the BIOS configuration area. Xubuntu is a lightweight version of Ubuntu, a popular Linux distribution.
That should bring up a remote terminal session to your miner, which is more or less just like sitting at the keyboard in front of it. Make sure that you use a strong Xubuntu password! I highly recommend that you complete the remainder of the guide in this manner, as it eliminates the risk of typos!
The final command will reboot your rig, which will cause you to immediately lose your SSH Putty connection. Wait a few seconds to give the computer a chance to boot, and then re-establish a new connection via Putty, and re-login. Remember your password, and keep multiple backups of your key file s! The author abandoned development months ago, so improvements are unlikely. You should see the Claymore miner start up. We want to set up our rigs automatically start mining whenever the rig is powered on.
Creating an alias will make that easy. The easiest way to do that is to close your Putty session and power down your miner. Turn it back on and the following should happen:. It lasts four weeks to get all hardware and still some gpu missing and building the alu-case. Mounting and install was so fast, because of your very good explanation.
I want to add a solution that worked for me: And magically now I see results and its working. Every works out for me with the exception of the -tt command in claymore miner. Try going back to your miner installation folder and entering that again. Can you please advise? GPU temps average 75cc now. Could you tell more detail about it? Thanks for all your work! It helped me get a small rig going!
Hi there, awesome guide, thank you! Can you take a screenshot of the output you see when Claymore starts up everything from the initial launch to where you start seeing share messages? You can use imgur. Thanks a ton CryptoBadger, it resolved itself. You are right, it took a bit of time.
This one is for AMD processor, if I understoof correctly. Correct me if I am wrong. The link in the guide is for all bit processors the. No such file or directory I didnt install amd pro driver The last time i did i had to reinstall ubuntu. Driver from amd didnt work. My card is a radeon rx any solutions. Or did you download the latest version Thanks for the answer. I tried the exact one mentioned above. I also tried the newest one.
After reboot Black screen. Gonna try ubuntu I also get a black screen when rebooting after installing amd drivers. Tried both driver versions. Where did you connect you display? In my case there are two options: Still I was getting picture on my display connected to motherboard. Anyway OS boots up properly and after reboot I am able to ssh to rig and do all the activities remotely.
Are you plugging your monitor into one of your GPUs, or your motherboard? I am also trying to install an RX on linux debian 9. I have succeeded to install the amdgpu-pro driver Claymore and ethminer are unable to detect my GPU. My motherboard has an integrated Intel graphics card which I use.
What is the optimum working temperature range for thus GPU? Any tricks or hints how to control it? Most cards can run up to 90 C. Nvidia even overclocks their cards until it hits around 90c. In step 6 of the guide, we actually set a temperature target of 68C when we create our mine. You can do it either way. In Windows it has to be set to 16G. Thanks for he guide.
It seems to be related to a video driver issue in most cases. There are some things you can try in these first few Google results. Install it on a USB 3. I also installed xrdp and mate desktop so I can log in with windows remote desktop and monitor things easier. Second, I have a big problem: But got 2 error messages: Tried using in the Claymore configuration the options: I followed the guide exactly as written and my rig starts mining automatically after power on.
I am a complete newb, and have an Nvidia GTX… any advice on how to get this to work? Do you have the right drivers installed? Thanks for this guide but I am having issues getting the gpus running. I used the latest update from AMD as well during step 4. I have uninstalled and reinstalled with 1 and all 3 gpus but cannot get the motherboard to detect them.
I have even removed the riser and tried to plug one in directly to the motherboard but it will still not show up in BIOS. When they are plugged in and I turn the computer on they turn on with it but do not get detected. Any help would be appreciated! Are you booting with a monitor connected to your primary video card? If so, do you see anything on the screen at all when you power on?
Possibly dumb question but do you have the PCIe power connector plugged into each video card? I wanted to get into mining back when you could still gpu mine bitcoin but never did. Never used linux before but I managed to set it all up albeit with one gpu just to see if i could do it. Can you post a link to a screenshot of Claymore running from startup to where it starts mining?
I have an RX and from what I can see its not a popular card for mining. Its an ASUS oc edition. IT will start at Do you have a monitor plugged into the card? Stratum — Connected us1.
ETH — Total Speed: Share accepted 98 ms! Hey Badger, thanks so much for making this guide. Definitely the most comprehensive for getting started on Linux. I have not, I will look into trying a different version of Claymore and trying whatever driver is listed for maximum compatibility. Thanks for the response! Stratum — Connected eu1. Share accepted 26 ms! What benefits do I have with a fresh linux install?