New Linux BurstMiner



  • Fresh install of Ubuntu 17.10 and ready to mine Burst!
    BURST-4M7C-5ZL9-LHDD-B4M53
    Let me know if you would like me to pay you back or pay it forward.

    Also someone please help with my plotter, Mirkic7

    • KEY - Where do I find that? Do I get one after my first transaction?

    • CORE - My CPU has SSE4, but not AVX2 so 1

    • DIRECTORY - /media/[user]/Burst000_001

    • STARTNONCE - my first plot so 0

    • NONCES - I want to use the entire disk so 0

    • STAGGERSIZE - also 0, I think; I don't understand this part.

    • THREADS - 8

    • ASYNC - I have 16GB RAM. Do I have enough to use this?



  • Sent u some, plz Forward it to whoever Needs them at his start. No Linux answers, sorry.



  • @haitch explain plz, idk how to explain either.


  • admin

    @HiDevin Ive never linux plotted, so can't really comment.





  • 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.