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enkayz last won the day on August 21 2017

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  1. I just restored a bunch of payments on hashbag, so you should have gotten (at least some) of the coins back. Since the issue occurred (which happened to multiple yiimp-based pools) I haven't had an incident and have secured down all of the access points. There's also been an update to fix the vulnerability on the yiimp github. Hashbag is back to it's former glory again I'm sorry for your loss and hopefully you received the payment run which I just put through a couple of hours ago. The pool now has a seperate database/web server to the new stratums. -o stratum+tcp://us.hashbag.cc:8688 -u <DNR_WALLET> -p c=DNR,d=0.05 -o stratum+tcp://nl2.hashbag.cc:8688 -u <DNR_WALLET> -p c=DNR,d=0.05 -o stratum+tcp://de.hashbag.cc:8688 -u <DNR_WALLET> -p c=DNR,d=0.05
  2. No issue at the moment, just haven't made those payments which were messing up the system yet. All payouts are normal again.
  3. There appears to have been some corruption in the wallet so payouts were higher than what the wallet could do, so they just weren't working. I've backed those payments up and will restore them ASAP, once I figure out what's going on with the wallet.
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    we have a ubuntu ppa with the coin daemon on it, will update it to build off the new source and then you include that in the build licensing will restrict the ability to distribute the GPU SDKs though
  5. By chance are you trying to run the miner from a network or mapped drive? Z: drive is a common mapped drive - and the batch files won't work on a network/mapped drive, only an actual drive such as C: No, the ccminer.conf file is only used if you start ccminer with the '-c' option. if you are starting ccminer with the usual command line options that specify the pool address and worker names, the .conf file is not used. it is only really included as an example.
  6. If you need a ccminer for windows, this one has the tribus algo in it: https://hashbag.cc/ccminer-2.2-skunk.zip in regard to compiling it on linux, make sure you select the correct nvcc arch for the card(s) you are using, the list is available at https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/wiki/Compatibility Basically edit the Makefile.am and select the right nvcc_ARCH's for your cards from the list. If you haven't done this then it won't work for K5000/GTX680 as those arches are not enabled by default K5000 and GTX680 are both this: nvcc_ARCH = -gencode=arch=compute_30,code=\"sm_30,compute_30\"
  7. make sure to use "-k tribus" to select the tribus algo, otherwise sgminer tends to select "auto" algo which does not work
  8. updated ccminer available now with improved DNR algo https://hashbag.cc/ccminer-2.2-skunk.zip includes hashbag urls in the batch files original 7z version at http://ccminer.org/preview/ccminer-2.2-skunk.7z
  9. Dropped in some BTC there. Let's get on cryptopia! And hopefully they actually process it unlike Yobit!
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