Thanks Blago. That link was helpful.
The command for me was
sudo ./plot -k [NumericAccountID] -x 1 -d /media/[user]/Burst000_001/ -s 0 -m 19251 -t 8 -a
Async mode set.
Using SSE2 core.
Adjusting total nonces to 3734694 to match stagger size
Creating plots for nonces 0 to 3734694 (979 GB) using 9624 MB memory and 8 threads
3 Percent done. 10486 nonces/minute, 5:45 left
The Numeric Account ID was in my wallet hidden under Account Balance, More Info. STAGGERSIZE (-m option) should be the amount of RAM you want used times 2048 ( if you use ASYNC -a option; 4096 if you don't ). Double check your available memory, because the BURST wallet takes a big chuck.
I'll write up a more complete write up on Burst on Linux if this is successful.
ok i managed to go to 0-100 -pool finally
i just dont understand why i have to change the a config file because i fill the adres in that little pop up screen and set that reward assignement. then wait 4 block and that should do it right?
however when i went to my harddrive i found a textdocument called mining adress BURST-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX
but i guess i dont have to touch that? or do i and is it my own adress?
this all is kinda strange to me. i did watch some youtube vids but those where using older miners i guess and not the all in one..
@Ambro I advise that you mine on my pool. Check my sig. For your small size, mine will allow you to get deadlines nearly every block. Also, make sure you use the default passphrase the wallet generates for you. Don't try and be smart creating your own. 12 words is wayyyy to strong to be cracked, even by the largest of botnets.