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for nvidia?
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cudaminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -u <YOUR BTC ADDRESS> -p anything <literally anything>

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for nvidia?

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cudaminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -u <YOUR BTC ADDRESS> -p anything <literally anything>

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Not so easy...

More like: cudaminer.exe -d GTX780* -m 0 -l T* -i 0 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://useast.middlecoin.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x

Replace your pool and worker info for yours, and then replace the device id and the kernel letter marked with * with the appropriate one for your card.

Say, GTX 680 mining at clevermining: cudaminer.exe -d GTX680 -m 0 -l K -i 0 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x
pause

It'll auto tune for a long time and find the ideal parameters, which you can see when doing control+c whenever you want.

If you want to use the pc while mining cudaminer has a pretty cool feature called interactive mode, you need to run the auto tune again with it should you decide to mine whilst using the pc.

Batch would look like this: cudaminer.exe -d GTX680 -m 0 -l K -i 1 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x
pause
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Not so easy...

More like: cudaminer.exe -d GTX780* -m 0 -l T* -i 0 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://useast.middlecoin.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x

Replace your pool and worker info for yours, and then replace the device id and the kernel letter marked with * with the appropriate one for your card.

Say, GTX 680 mining at clevermining: cudaminer.exe -d GTX680 -m 0 -l K -i 0 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x
pause

It'll auto tune for a long time and find the ideal parameters, which you can see when doing control+c whenever you want.

If you want to use the pc while mining cudaminer has a pretty cool feature called interactive mode, you need to run the auto tune again with it should you decide to mine whilst using the pc.

Batch would look like this: cudaminer.exe -d GTX680 -m 0 -l K -i 1 -H 2 -o stratum+tcp://us.clevermining.com:3333 -O 13jFjtuKoCfSd3bkLJQJg7EoBXWmebvA8x:x
pause

To get it simply running it is, isn't it? That's what he asked for. How to get started, not how to get started and refine it. thumb.gif
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To get it simply running it is, isn't it? That's what he asked for. How to get started, not how to get started and refine it. thumb.gif

And Jeff for the snap! tongue.gif
    
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And Jeff for the snap! tongue.gif

I'm not trying to be a smart ass lol. I was just answering the guys question on how to get started mining. If you have to put in all the extra flags to just simply getting started, then now I know!

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You do...and no need for scrypt, it is enabled by default. thumb.gif
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You do...and no need for scrypt, it is enabled by default. thumb.gif

Okay, cool! I'll rep your post because I learned something new! thumb.gif
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Thx biggrin.gif

I'd still wouldn't mine scrypt on nvidia cards...unless it's a GTX 750ti.
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Right now, still on PTS, but looking at seeing what else is out there. Looking at clever mining, but first I have to get my clueless newb head about how to get it all set up, which considering the fun I had setting up Ubuntu in the first place promises to be entertaining. wink.gif

LOL... I feel you pain man. I just got Ubuntu running too and man that was a... well.... you know.

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Wish me luck, I'll migrate the rigs to Ubuntu dekstop 64bits and use sgminer and cudaminer on some, as well as a server with cgremote hooked to the ip's/sgminer api ports of each rig for monitoring using teamviewer (investors want to see the rigs and they only know how to use teamviewer really).
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