Okay thanks for the reply.
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New to the asset market.
I've recently started buying up some shares but I am still pretty clueless so I've been sticking to the low risk well known assets.
My question is do all assets pay dividends in burst?
Having a couple assets payout in other cryptos would be cool, is this a thing? And if so any recommendations?
RE: Integrated graphics possible?
im not sure about the IGPU but I'm using my CPU for mining burst and at the same time mining XMR (cryptonight).
My GPU's also mining Eth on the same pc
Yeah I tried doing the same a few days back but I found my scan times were slower.
I am not really willing to sacrifice burst efficiency for monero.
Unless of course you have found a way for it not to effect it.
@rds how does one go about accomplishing this?
Integrated graphics possible?
I am wondering about the possibility of mining burst using an intigrated graphics card. My GPUs are all busy mining ethereum so that is off the table. I'm currently mining burst with CPU but if I can free up my CPU to mine something else and use intigrated graphics to mine burst that would be really great.
Is it possible?
How does the performance compare?
Up to now I have been using mdcct to plot and optimize my drives, but I've been hearing such good things about other software that I'm second guessing myself, what is the general consensus on the best plotting and optimising softwares out there available for linux?
RE: Linux creepminer
@Creepsky45 well if that's not the problem, then I'm struggling to figure out what is.
I'm not sure how to check deadlines on your miner, so I'm not sure. It's not showing up on the terminal.
Just to satisfy my curiousity I installed linux on my windows machine just to compare it to my new rig on the off chance it was a hardware issue, but I'm getting the same issues.
I'm getting SOME DL but much much less than I did on windows with the official wallet and miner, this is the same machine with the same hard drives installed. The only difference is linux.
I MUST be doing something wrong here, xubuntu is so much less imposing on the system then windows, it makes no sense that it should be having a negative effect.
What would you recommend?
RE: Linux creepminer
@Creepsky45 yes that is what i meant and i tried it out, definitely a cool feature!
you did an awesome job with this stuff, it seems packed full of features.
I am having issues though I seem to be getting this message in the log files:
21.05.2017 13:48:18 (0, src/Response.cpp, 51, Error): Error on receiving response!
No message received
21.05.2017 13:48:18 (0, src/Response.cpp, 53, Error): Stackframe
main (in "src/main.cpp", line 41)
Miner::run (in "src/Miner.cpp", line 36)
Miner::getMiningInfo (in "src/Miner.cpp", line 357)
Response::receive (in "src/Response.cpp", line 29)
any idea what that could be?