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  • T-Mike
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One helpful hint I want to share with you all:  After you associate a CPID and while you still have 0 magnitude, If you can get the newbie to relay to you the amount of RAC from his boinc screen it should match the:
CPID_RAC: XXX  message in 'exec getboincinfo'.  This is going to be extermely helpful in debugging people who are < 24 hours old.  Obviously since he didnt paste his exec getboincinfo like we asked him a few times, hes obviously not even reading anything here.

So have him paste that and look at the line with "_RAC:" in it , and that shows progress between 0 hrs and 24 hours.

Yes, that's a good idea.


  • klondike
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ROB what are you talking about... who is imrich?

im here

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?userid=1982089


is this true?

10% Charity
10% IT/PR/P2P

35% Sanctuary
35% BOINC Rosetta Resarching Mining
10% POW Heat Mining
« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 11:38:06 am by klondike »


  • T-Mike
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ROB what are you talking about... who is imrich?

im here

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?userid=1982089


is this true?

10% Charity
10% IT/PR/P2P

35% Sanctuary
35% BOINC Rosetta Resarching Mining
10% POW Heat Mining

That is the plan for the percentages.

Did you add your Rosetta account to your wallet? Please post "exec getboincinfo" and what is your RAC on the BOINC program?


  • orbis
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Thanks for trying dude, yea it will be highly beneficial if someone figures out a model of cell phone or tablet that actually runs it.
You might have to google the Rosetta forums to find one particular flavor that actually works...
Hi, I've tried boinc on my ARM based Samsung Galaxy S7... It works fine, after approx. 9 hours it solves 4 tasks (I set up 4 cores) with approx. 60 credits/task.


  • Rob A.
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ROB what are you talking about... who is imrich?

im here

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?userid=1982089


is this true?

10% Charity
10% IT/PR/P2P

35% Sanctuary
35% BOINC Rosetta Resarching Mining
10% POW Heat Mining

So you lied about your CPID.   If the link you posted is correct your cpid is actually:
e420467693e9d8c8f163e283bef5068a

LOL,  Why even answer any questions if you wont tell the truth about the most basic starting point.

LOL


  • T-Mike
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So you lied about your CPID.   If the link you posted is correct your cpid is actually:
e420467693e9d8c8f163e283bef5068a

LOL,  Why even answer any questions if you wont tell the truth about the most basic starting point.

LOL

Rob, I think I already helped him solver the problem over discord. Maybe there is some sort of communication roadblock.


  • Rob A.
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Hi, I've tried boinc on my ARM based Samsung Galaxy S7... It works fine, after approx. 9 hours it solves 4 tasks (I set up 4 cores) with approx. 60 credits/task.

Thats awesome dude, this is extremely good to know. 

I wonder what the S7 will earn someone in a full month by itself in 90 days... 


  • Rob A.
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Rob, I think I already helped him solver the problem over discord. Maybe there is some sort of communication roadblock.
Yeah he probably started more than one CPID anyway.

Irmisch was your friends CPID on our team.

I just wanted to show how to pull up RAC by a CPID on the web.



  • orbis
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Thats awesome dude, this is extremely good to know. 

I wonder what the S7 will earn someone in a full month by itself in 90 days...

Yes, that will be interresting to know... S7 has 8 cores, I just tried 4 of them. I set up it to work only when charging. Maybe I will leave it and we will see in a month what results that gives. But, it is sometimes overheating ;) But there is a option to stop it on overheat, so it can be safe, but maybe not too powerful.
« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 01:38:19 pm by orbis »


  • klondike
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So you lied about your CPID.   If the link you posted is correct your cpid is actually:
e420467693e9d8c8f163e283bef5068a

LOL,  Why even answer any questions if you wont tell the truth about the most basic starting point.

LOL
  are you on DRUGS?  who is IMRICH SCHINDLER what you posted

this is me




Yeah he probably started more than one CPID anyway.

Irmisch was your friends CPID on our team.

I just wanted to show how to pull up RAC by a CPID on the web.

im started only 1 CPID my lover ....
and next time 18 pages about 4 steps installation? damn it ...


again horrible tutorial.....

good tutorial starts this:


1. enough only 1 bbp wallet=    call it  admin-BBP-wallet ... best way is windows wallet
2. reg on rosetta  email+pass, then this command use in admin-BBP-wallet=   exec associate email+pass
3. on all machines enough to install boinc-client (linux) or boinc-manager (windows) and attach to project via AUTH_KEY (linux)  or connect in boinc-manager with email+pass (windows)


a) windows wallet will be main-admin-hot
b,c,d... others machines will be only boinc-clients without BBP wallets

thats all


or do any video like exists on other coins


ORBIS+TMIKE thanks for you help and time.... all my steps was correctly and good ... i had to wait few hours



« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 01:56:41 pm by klondike »


  • togoshigekata
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Im a Linux n00b, so it took me awhile to figure out how to use GUI on Linux
(I gave up trying to do it on AWS)

With Vultr I used this guide
https://www.vultr.com/docs/install-gui-environment-for-ubuntu

1. Install Lubuntu GUI and Reboot

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apt-get update
apt-get install -y lubuntu-core
apt-get install -y firefox
reboot

2. Open server from Vultr Interface and Login:

https://www.vultr.com/
I used Vultr interface, clicked on the server and clicked "View Console" button
I logged in with root credentials

3. Open Terminal:
To open terminal I clicked keys: 

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CTRL + ALT + T
4. Run BiblePay QT (GUI)

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cd home/biblepay/src/qt
./biblepay-qt


  • togoshigekata
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I have a Wiki Guide for PODC I started working on:
http://wiki.biblepay.org/Distributed_Computing_2

If anyone would like to give feedback or add to it, or edit, please do!


  • orbis
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I have a Wiki Guide for PODC I started working on:


If anyone would like to give feedback or add to it, or edit, please do!
I have a question, GUI mode for sanctuary is needed only in testnet or it will be necessary also in prod version when it will be live?
And why it is necessary?


  • togoshigekata
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The GUI is neccessary for Sanctuaries (Masternodes) right now because some of the code we need is in the GUI libraries is my understading


  • orbis
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I was little bit afraid because of boinc GPU support, but then I've found this thread https://boinc.bakerlab.org/forum_thread.php?id=6475 and I'm calm again :D