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  1. Boinc Not Downloading Projects I recently added an Odroid XU4 and 2 Raspberry Pi 3 to my setup. I connected them to I synced Boinc with grcpool. No tasks downloaded. I removed the grcpool account manager, removed the projects, and reconnected to grcpool and still no new tasks. I have tried updating each task manually as well as trying to sync with grcpool. The manual updates give the scheduler try again in 24 hours message. The sync with grcpool seems to go ok. Any ideas would be welcome. I am leaving first thing Friday morning for a quick weekend trip, so I won't be able to try any fixes until late Monday night. Thanks in advance!
  2. TRUSTPLUS TRUST Trust is built Website Block Explorer / Crawler Contact [email protected]<script data-cfhash='f9e31' type="text/javascript"> /* */</script> SPECIFICATIONS Algorithm: X11 45 Second Block Time PoW to 30,599,799 coins Estimated 5.6 Day PoW POS INFORMATION PoS is 18% APR PoS to 250,000,000 coins Interest starts after 8 Hours Interest stops after 30 Days BLOCK REWARDS 2 to 50 = 1 51 to 100 = 50 101 to 200 = 100 201 to 400 = 200 401 to 800 = 400 801 to 1600 = 800 1601 to 3200 = 1600 3201 to 6400 = 3200 6401... 12800 = 6400 PREMINE 1,800,000 TRUST split between two devs. All Coins have been distributed. STATS / RANKINGS DOWNLOADS Windows MacOS Linux Android Raspberry Pi (with block chain loaded.) Source Code Sample trustplus.conf server=1 daemon=1 listen=1 rpcuser=MitchellMint rpcpassword=TwoYearsold rpcport=36998 port=36999 maxconnections=8 rpcconnect= PORTS RPC Port: 36998 P2P Port: 36999 POOLS PoS coin... please buy and start staking. EXCHANGES SOCIAL Twitter Facebook Reddit IRC LinkedIN VKontakte SERVICES / OTHER We encourage people to mine and use profits to buy Trust at Our coin is active with many different coins. We use the coins we earn durring launch to PoS (Mint) more coins. We have a GPU farm capable of 800M X11 Hash and soon 1T SHA256 using Solar Power. Our PoS is done on RPi, and we encourage others to Vault all their coins on RPi's. You can buy our hardware at
  3. Problem Compiling Gridcoin For Raspberry Pi I'm trying to compile Gridcoin for raspberry pi 2. Its been a long process so far with a whole load of dependencies to resolve and extra modules and libraries to install. But the compile keeps exiting with an error to do with the boost library modules (had to install those as well). See extract below. I don't know how to resolve this problem. Clearly its to do with the boost libaries, I assume some kind of link resolution problem. But Im not a programmer and so Im rather in the dark. root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# make -f makefile.unix /bin/sh ../share/ obj/build.h g++ -O2 -std=c++11 -pthread -Wall -Wextra -Wno-ignored-qualifiers -Wformat -Wformat-security -Wno-unused-parameter -g -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -I/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src -I/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src/obj -DBOOST_NO_CXX11_SCOPED_ENUMS -DUSE_UPNP=0 -I/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src/leveldb/include -I/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src/leveldb/helpers -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -fno-stack-protector -fstack-protector-all -Wstack-protector -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -o gridcoinresearchd obj/alert.o obj/version.o obj/checkpoints.o obj/netbase.o obj/addrman.o obj/crypter.o obj/key.o obj/db.o obj/init.o obj/irc.o obj/keystore.o obj/miner.o obj/main.o obj/net.o obj/protocol.o obj/bitcoinrpc.o obj/rpcdump.o obj/rpcnet.o obj/rpcmining.o obj/rpcwallet.o obj/rpcblockchain.o obj/rpcrawtransaction.o obj/script.o obj/sync.o obj/util.o obj/upgrader.o obj/wallet.o obj/walletdb.o obj/noui.o obj/kernel.o obj/pbkdf2.o obj/scrypt.o obj/scrypt-arm.o obj/scrypt-x86.o obj/scrypt-x86_64.o obj/cpid.o obj/txdb-leveldb.o -Wl,-z,relro -Wl,-z,now -Wl,-Bdynamic -l boost_system -l boost_filesystem -l boost_program_options -l boost_thread -l db_cxx -l ssl -l crypto -l zip -l curl -l miniupnpc -Wl,-Bdynamic -l pthread /home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src/leveldb/libleveldb.a /home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src/leveldb/libmemenv.a obj/upgrader.o: In function `copy_file': /usr/include/boost/filesystem/operations.hpp:384: undefined reference to `boost::filesystem::detail::copy_file(boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::copy_option, boost::system::error_code*)' /usr/include/boost/filesystem/operations.hpp:381: undefined reference to `boost::filesystem::detail::copy_file(boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::copy_option, boost::system::error_code*)' /usr/include/boost/filesystem/operations.hpp:384: undefined reference to `boost::filesystem::detail::copy_file(boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::copy_option, boost::system::error_code*)' obj/walletdb.o: In function `copy_file': /usr/include/boost/filesystem/operations.hpp:381: undefined reference to `boost::filesystem::detail::copy_file(boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::copy_option, boost::system::error_code*)' /usr/include/boost/filesystem/operations.hpp:381: undefined reference to `boost::filesystem::detail::copy_file(boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::path const&, boost::filesystem::copy_option, boost::system::error_code*)' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status makefile.unix:180: recipe for target 'gridcoinresearchd' failed make: *** [gridcoinresearchd] Error 1 root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# The makefile contains # for boost 1.37, add -mt to the boost libraries LIBS += \ -Wl,-B$(LMODE) \ -l boost_system$(BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX) \ -l boost_filesystem$(BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX) \ -l boost_program_options$(BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX) \ -l boost_thread$(BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX) \ -l db_cxx$(BDB_LIB_SUFFIX) \ -l ssl \ -l crypto \ -l zip \ -l curl # boost-1.55 has a bug where building with C++11 causes undefined references to # copy_file. This is fixed in boost-1.57 and backported to 1.56. This workaround # can be removed once boost is upgraded. DEFS += -DBOOST_NO_CXX11_SCOPED_ENUMS
  4. Where Can I Download Gridcoin Binaries For Raspberry Pi? Trying to install Gridcoin on a raspberry pi. I've added the following gridcoin repository add-apt-repository ppa:gridcoin/gridcoin-stable apt-get update apt-get install gridcoinresearch-qt apt-get install gridcoinresearchd up to and including apt-get update all is ok. But the apt-get install can't find gridcoinresearch-qt or gridcoinresearchd. Are these packages currently unavailable? See output below. Thanks in advance for any help. root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# apt-get install gridcoinresearch-qt Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package gridcoinresearch-qt root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# apt-get install gridcoinresearchd Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package gridcoinresearchd root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src# add-apt-repository ppa:gridcoin/gridcoin-stable You are about to add the following PPA to your system: Stable builds for ordinary users for i386, amd64 and armhf. This PPA will lag leisure releases by up to one day to ensure stability. Mandatory upgrades will be released immediately. For potentially less stable but quickly released daily builds, use: More info: Press [ENTER] to continue or ctrl-c to cancel adding it Executing: gpg --ignore-time-conflict --no-options --no-default-keyring --secret-keyring /tmp/tmp.yZkd2EqnGE --trustdb-name /etc/apt//trustdb.gpg --keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg --primary-keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg --keyserver hkp:// --recv DBB231E7B333BDB6F6CCA46BD56E6F37B99D3486 gpg: requesting key B99D3486 from hkp server gpg: key B99D3486: "Launchpad PPA for Gridcoin" not changed gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: unchanged: 1 root@raspberrypi:/home/pi/Gridcoin-Research/src#
  5. So i got jealous seeing Moises Cardona "small" crunchers and i want few to myself! I would like to start a new thread for low voltage rigs, not sure what is the cut off i would guess anything that does not need a fan. I running Boinc on my cell phone (and my kids cells) but i want to buy few Raspberry Pi. post your rigs ideas and tutorials here please credit the image to Moises Cardona
  6. Hi everyone, I am very new to the Gridcoin community. I have been participating in BOINC for a few months now on my Mac laptop, but just recently discovered Gridcoin. As I have seen a lot of people say, setting up Gridcoin on a Mac is pretty complicated, and I am finding this out as well. I've pretty much hit a wall trying to install everything. My question is, do I still need to install everything on my Mac if I had one computer (say a Raspberry Pi) running my wallet and everything? I already have BOINC setup with the pool, but that's about as far as I got. Sorry maybe this seems like a very novice question, but I would like to get set up with Gridcoin and can't seem to get much further than that. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks everyone!!
  7. Hi, I wanted to show you my current project, a solar powered staking wallet. My goal is to derive a small income by staking a few crypto coins in a reliable stable setup that runs off my own energy resources. I built a small PV/battery electric system that runs two raspberry pi's which stake HoboNickels and Jimbucks. A few details: 60 watt 12vdc solar panel Panel rotates on an axis parallel to earth's poles (i.e. it points to the north star). This allows one to point the panel at the sun throughout the day, doubling power output over fixed panels. Mounting bracket is made from standard 1/2 inch iron pipe and fittings. 20 amp PWM charge controller charges a flooded deep cycle lead acid battery and provides current protection. 12vdc to 5vdc buck converter powers 2 raspberry pi's and USB hard drives dedicated to hold swap files, operating system, wallet software, and data. Each Raspberry Pi runs one coin wallet daemon, HoboNickels in one, Jumbucks in the other. A few photos
  8. Mainly cryptocurrency enthusiasts will take a liking to this operating system, as it offers everything one could be looking for. Bitcoin is supported, of course, but other prominent altcoins are supported by ROKOS as well. Among these currencies are Dash, Expanse, and BlackCoin, to name a few.
  9. For Ethereum enthusiasts, all it takes is a Raspberry Pi 2 and a half an hour of time to get things up and running. Once the user has completed all of the steps of this particular guide, they will have Ethereum Geth v1.3x up and running without any issues. Most of these steps should be applicable to more recent versions of Geth as well, though.
  10. Are you considering buying a Raspberry Pi with Bitcoin? What will you do with it? Ever since the Raspberry Pi 3 was announced, there has been considerable interest from Bitcoin enthusiasts to use this small computer as a cheap and efficient way to run a Bitcoin node. As these devices become more powerful, while retaining their small form factor, there is no reason not to give it a try. But Bitcoin enthusiasts want to buy these devices with digital currency, and Pi Supply is providing exactly that option.
  11. Are you excited about the PiDrive? Would you use it to run a Bitcoin Node, or do something else with it? For those people who have always been interested in running a Bitcoin Node on their Raspberry Pi, Western Digital has taken notice of your comments and come up with a solution. Their new 314 GB hard drive is designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi, and will be known under the name “PiDrive”. With a very low entry price and the vast amount of storage provided, the PiDrive makes for an excellent media and Bitcoin node solution.
  12. Bitcoin users from all over the world have been looking for cheaper alternatives to create additional network nodes. Up until now, the only options were to either use a [previous] computer or laptop, or buy one of the pre-configured – but rather expensive – Bitcoin Node solutions running on a Raspberry Pi. ROKOS v4 might be the solution some people have been looking for, as it will turn any Raspberry Pi into a Bitcoin or altcoin node.
  13. hey there, I would like to run my gridcoin-wallet on a raspberry pi 2 for staking the whole time (low power consumption). following and I wasnt able to make it. self-compiled boost 1.58 without error (took around 10h) after the first error from gridcoin. since I'm new to copiling things by my own I wrote done everything I did and error I got at looking forward for some help
  14. ANNOUNCING: StarMiner An ARM controller image for your ASIC mining needs. Made by The Linux ETC Company. This is a SourceForge hosted project. Description StarMiner (also known as *Miner) is a Linux based image design to be used for the digital currency or "crypto currency" mining purposes. The Logic Most people in the "crypto currency" arena want to be able to "plug and play" (or "mine" in this case) an ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) device to a simple system, put in the desired mining pool targets, and have this device "just do it". This means keeping things as simple as possible. StarMiner is designed for such purposes. Under The Hood StarMiner includes the following Projects that are Open Source based: Raspbian, cgminer, bfgminer, Linux SeedManager, wicd, Screenshots Everyone loves visual images for examples plus "show and tell". These can be found on the Summary SourceForge page. Files The StarMiner image (.img; ~3.5GB in size), bzip2 (.bz2; ~65% of the image size), and zip (.zip; ~61% of the image size) versions of the release with MD5SUM information can be found on SourceForge under the Files section. The file naming convention will be using the release date in the name and version, so do use the most recent accordingly. Documentation Currently being made and put up on SourceForge in the Wiki section. Discussion and Support We have both forum based and support tickets via SourceForge under the project's Discussion and Tickets sections. Donations and Contributions One can donate and/or contribute to the project in a few ways: (US residents only) Purchase a Raspberry Pi StarMiner kit (with USB wifi or without USB wifi) from us directly. The Raspberry Pi comes from a distributor who contributes a majority of the sales back into the Raspberry Pi organization. Note: We cannot ship Raspberry Pi StarMiner kits internationally without a cause for headaches with various customs, VAT, import/export related issues unfortunately. Believe us...we would love to send you one! Download our image from SourceForge here under Files. The run the startest command which will use a default "test" configuration to donate mining hashrate to one of our wallets. Since you are operating the miner, you may run startest for as long as you desire. This is also a simple way to test (hence, the command name startest) your ASIC miner with our image. Use and write a Review (preferably positive of course) on SourceForge StarMiner. If there are issues, open up a Support Ticket on SourceForge so that said issues may be addressed (prior to any Reviews preferred of course ). Join the Discussions and add your thoughts, comments, and feedback accordingly. Donate some Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and/or Vertcoin to the following addresses:Bitcoin: 1Ac9TYKxGEvwe4ECM84BEZTWzCn3HZhMFN Litecoin: LTFKFPkVw3kXdzg7JQibPd7ZFQe11brADB Dogecoin: DRaMFszv9bgDPUKiE6mfcM8cHxkRQ5wNXG Vertcoin: VpMfewgraj4QCNSFLnfErY7xnf9EUhVYuM Do send us an email if you wish to be noted for such as well.
  15. The new image fixes a corrupt image issue of the last released image. If you have a Raspberry Pi that got the damaged image, you have two ways to resolve the issue. 1st Backup keys, reload image over top, load old keys back into new image 2nd Stop all Timekoin process, run a database repair (wait 10 minutes) for MariaDB to patch the database back together, then start Timekoin again and let it do a repair of the database. The quickest way to get the DB repaired in this state is to go to the "system" tab. Set the Transaction History Checks setting to Frequent and save settings. Timekoin will then more aggressive at checking for database damage and doing a repair. This method will still take a long time as nearly 1/3 of the database is damaged in the old image. Minimum Specs: Raspberry Pi (rev B - 512MB model) 8GB or larger SD Card (Class 6 or better) True 5v micro-USB power supply that does at least 1000 ma for the device (cell phone chargers are usually 500ma and not enough power for turbo mode to work properly) Image for Download 8GB SD Card Image - Built with Arch Linux + Turbo Mode - Version 3.05 Installed + Full Database Download Here