i think you have to make it more easy for you.
/plot -k 10747524060435184832 -x 2 -d /media/sean/5623-92A3/plots -s 0 -n 2048000 -m 4096 -t 3
./plot -k 10747524060435184832 -x 2 -d /media/sean/2TB/plots -s 0 -n 2048000 -m 4096 -t 3
I'm only using the dcct plotter for creating plots. Therefore you can use trial and error with the dcct-gui plotter. Then you have an grafic user interface for those people like us who want to make it easy. With the gui you can easily set the startnonc the RAM used the file size and how much threads should be used.
But the most important thing is that you don't use the same startnonces because of nonces overlapping. so it looks on the top like you are using the same nonces. I can't understand the command line commands i never used them. Im still using the gui. But i can tell you the basic things so you can translate this in a cli command (or you are using the dcct-gui).
For the nonces you can read the how to for setting up the wallet. It is a good explanation you can see in the donwload wallet section on burstcoin homepage where you can download the wallet.
Here is a sample for you how to configure the right plot startnonce in Linux (i thinks this is working):
Plot 1 Startnonce 0 filesize in bytes 3.758.096.384.000 plot nonces 14.336.000 endnonce14.336.000
Plot 2 Startnonce 14.336.001 filesize in bytes 3.758.096.384.000 plot nonces 14.336.000 endnonce 28.672.001
Plot 3 Startnonce 28.672.002 filesize in bytes 8.001.194.819.584 plot nonces 30.522.136 endnonce 59.194.138
Plot 4 Startnonce 59.194.139 8.001.194.819.584 30.522.136 89.716.275
I am using the dcct-gui for plotting with the settings i want to. In the dcct you can see how many nonces you are creating. The dcct-gui adjust the filesize dependig on how much RAM you are admitting. It is easier when the plotfilesize can be divided through the RAM size, then there is no adjusting and you exactly know the plotfile size. The created nonce are displayed in the terminal of the gui too :). then you don't need to make your own calculations.
Then you have to add Startnonce to Plotnonce and you have the hypothetic Endnonce then you have to add 1 and you get right start nonce for the next one. If you are missing the amount of noncex you can calculate it by checking the filesize in bytes with your filemanager. Then divide the filesize in bytes with 1024 and then with 256 and you get the number of nonces. F.e. 3.758.096.384.000 / 1024 / 256 = 14.336.000
here is the short version for you:
Startnonce Plot 2 = Startnonce Plot 1 + Nonces Plot 1 + 1 (= 0 + 14.336.000 + 1 = 14.336.001)
(as you can the startonce for Plot 1 was 0, it has a size of 14.336.000 nonces
then the claculation for Plot 3
Startnonce Plot 3 = Startnonce Plot 2 + Nonces Plot 2 + 1 (=14.336.001 + 14.336.000 + 1=28.672.002)
and so on. The best Solutino if you are planing a lot of plots on a lot of HDD to make and Excel file and then add the serial number of your HD behind the plots you are using. then if your HDD blows up you can easly see what plotfile has to create again. And you can use the excel file for calculating. So first a little more work but then for the rest of your life easy nonce calculating. Online there are some nonce calculator but its mor secure and even easiert to set up your own Excel calculation or Open Office Calc.
So im glad the CreepMiner is workig for you, please tell which Linux Version you are running then i could try with your setting and know which Linux is good working.