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Added better method of sampling miner path in ethos-watchdog. Repeatedly add GPUs one by one until the rig experiences the above error again. Audited and prevented Various Ethos Series 2 ethOS disk writes, thereby increasing the longevity of Various Ethos Series 2 boot drive. If you need support, you must provide a gethelp Diagnostics File. D who has been doing research on the topic for years.

Ethos, the approach we will spend the most time on over the course of the next few paragraphs, surrounds the credibility and ethics behind both the argument and the individual presenting it. In order to establish a sense of authority among audience members or readers, an author or speaker must provide proof of reliability when it comes to the topic at hand.

For example, no matter the amount of innate knowledge the individual may have about the presented topic, an undergraduate college student is not going to hold nearly as much credibility as a professor with a Ph. D who has been doing research on the topic for years.

In order to convey to the audience that the speaker is qualified enough to speak or write publicly about the topic, he or she must announce or make known the relevant educational or research based background they possess, as well as any other pertinent information. One of the most common way researchers do this is through the short presentation of their own research on the subject prior to presenting novel opinions or theories about the topic.

However, if the speaker or writer is already relatively well known, then the presentation of credibility factors may come across as superfluous. To learn more about how to use ethos, as well as the other above listed approaches, to efficiently present a controversial topic, take a look at this course on persuasive presentations. The purpose of the ethos approach is to build a sense of authority that the audience member or reader can easily recognize and accept.

Regardless of how well organized and beautifully crafted an argument appears, if it contains no reference to what makes the debater qualified to present his or her side, the piece will fall flat. Credibility is of vast importance when it comes to persuading listeners to accept or even embrace a side of an argument that may run contrary to their own beliefs or values. Created script to re-update if rig did not update successfuly.

Upgraded ethminer to a new version that supports nicehash. Added browser command and web browser, launches stats panel with "browser" command. Fixed an issue where autorebooter and custompanel parameters were not being read correctly from config.

Rewrote chart collection to support more charts. Fixed issue associated with rig creation displaying incorrect time on the stats panel. Fixed miner instances not counting correctly on the stats panel. Fixed an issue where overheat event conditions set miner hashrate display to zero on the stats panel.

Fixed issues associated with total hashrate calculation. Fixed issue associated with rig incorrectly showing zero hashrate a few minutes after booting. Adjusted stats panel webserver parameters to reduce undue system load. Fixed a case where a false positive would enable mining, if it was disabled. Fixed regex issues associated with powertune reporting. Added better error reporting for remote config importing issues.

Revamped GPU counting to be more authoritative. Created ethos-update repair and proxy repair scripts. Allowed ethoschat to run as root user. Fixed cases where users did not properly get upgrades during an update. Fixed cases where certain libraries were missing during update. Fixed the way version is sampled during updates. Added better development branch support to reduce bugs for all future versions. Fixed cases where overheat scripts would incorrectly turn off mining on GPUs that threw bogus temperature data.

Separated fan ramp up from overclocking and started overclock procedure after boot is deemed successful. Fixed a case where clear-thermals did not set GPUs to default core clocks. Fixed syntax and issues associated with multi-threaded miner. Cleaned up hashrate sampler to report hashrates more accurately.

Rotated all miner logs to prevent potential system hang. Fixed a case where gathering certain GPU data for gethelp caused hangs. Fixed cases where a proxy termination notice was displayed when proxy was not actually running. Fixed black bars associated with different monitor aspect ratios by using gradients in the background. Fixed issues associated with multi-threaded miner stratum connections.

Fixed issues associated with preparing ethOS image for end users. Fixed formatting of "stats" and "update" commands. Rewrote sample pool. Rewrote support policy and its associated references.

Added better time indicators and hovers for columns associated with time data on the stats panel. Added fan percent as a hover in the fan column on the stats panel. Added gethelp servers for support staff to better assist users. Removed some disk writes associated with logging to allow longer disk lifespan. Forced removal of un-used on-disk DAG files. Added more useful logging to ethos-log.

Added check for read-only filesystem and added as an event condition in stats panel. Moved proxy. Censored private key of custompanel, if custompanel is defined in config. Fixed cases where proxy required restart, but would not restart.

Removed vestigial ethminer process ID and fixed the way multithreaded miner is stopped. Reported default GPU core and mem clocks to webhook. Report whether a rig is using a remote or a local config to webhook. Added individual miner logs to the show miner command. Added more system data to gethelp for better support. Added transparent terminal to desktop, and fixed terminal desktop display issues.

Made miner startup infomation more informative. Removed bogus errors associated with browser startup. Added clear-thermals command, which resets all thermal-related conditions and sets all GPU clocks back to normal.

Added "Ailments" link in ethosdistro. Added "IP Search" link in ethosdistro. Added ability to automatically reboot if rig is in a non-mining state. Set worker name based on "loc" if "loc" is defined. Added rig creation time column in ethosdistro. Added ability to boot ethOS without driver, for debugging purposes. Added atiflash experimental GPU flashing script. Added ability to set custom private farm ID in ethosdistro.

Added high-resolution monitor to see GPU-related stats in realtime. Added "farm snapshot" to ethosdistro. Bug Fixes Upgraded ethosdistro. Added automatic restart of eth-proxy if massive stale shares occur. Fixed a case where initial boot hostname was not set correctly. Fixed some cases where mining problems were not being properly detected by using filemtime of ethminer log file. Ordered the output of amdmeminfo correctly. Allowed for more variation in sensors output from CPU temperature gathering scripts.

Fixed erroneous status updates that occur if rig is autorebooted. Fixed transposition of GPU bios names in "g" column of ethosdistro. Optimized panel load by reducing calls to database. Fixed an issue where rig appears to be hashing, but is actually stuck. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Added ability for "show stats" command to show rig stats in console. Added new bootloader branding art. Added the output of amdmeminfo to ethosdistro.

Added monitor resolution to ethosdistro. Removed DAG file manager. Removed references to non-existent firefox in ethOS. Allow max of eight characters to ethosdistro. Added ADL-related error as an event condition to ethosdistro.

Added better instructions for rig overclocking to knowledge base. Added instructions for reducing chances of low effective hashrate to knowledge base. Added instructions for DigitalOcean droplet setup to knowledge base. Added instructions for setting static IP to knowledge base. Added instructions for automatic rebooting to sample config. Added instructions for custom private farm ID to sample config. Removed "time since last DAG" column from ethosdistro. Added information to knowledge base for best practices for securing rigs.

Added clock recommendations for popular GPUs to knowledge base. Added automatic shutdown if a rig is in a reboot-preventing, overheated, defunct state, caused by bad hardware of bad configuration.

Added historical graphs for rig hashrate, gpu fan rpm, and gpu temperature in ethosdistro. Added GPU bios names to ethosdistro. Added "loc" column to ethosdistro. Added per-rig and per-gpu data to ethosdistro. Allowed non-wallet username authentication to eth-proxy for pools that support it.

Allowed users to define which GPUs may mine with "sel" option in config. Added hard-reboot command to use on rigs in defunct states. Implemented better testing methodology for future releases. Bug Fixes Prevented situations where misreported GPU temperature causing mining to incorrectly shut down. Fixed a case where eth-proxy would never connect to the primary pool.

Added error message when monitor is plugged in to wrong GPU. Fixed a permission issue causing drive report to fail in the gethelp command. Allowed eth-proxy to autorestart if eth-proxy requests a restart. Allowed eth-proxy to autorestart if massive stale shares occured. Fixed certain cases that caused rigs to send unnecessary updates to ethosdistro. Made ethosdistro.

Allowed charts to support intermittent rig data. Fixed situations where running ethos-update resulted in unclean updates. Added support for more network interfaces. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Assigned mh color in ethosdistro. Assigned rig color in ethosdistro. Optimized coloring and event condition indicators in ethosdistro. Added a message to end-user if mining is impossible due to bad or nonexistant hardware.

Fix certain cases where rigs misreported free drive space. Changed wording of minestop description in helpme command. Added automatic removal Xauthority config file on boot.

Added better shapeshift instructions in knowledge base. Added instructions to fix initramfs error to knowledge base.

Moved from ethpool to ethermine as the default pool. Standardized all developer license agreements. Added read-only json api for global stats to ethosdistro. Allowed "show" command to show many different logs instead of just miner output. Added GPU powertune values to ethosdistro. Added ability to set ethminer flags on a per-rig basis "flg", example. Added ability to set maxgputemp on a per-rig basis "mxt", example.

Added experimental voltage control support for GPUs "vlt", example. Added tmux, mc, nload packages to ethOS. Fixed a case where hashrate was not sampled correctly during miner startup. Prevented log spam related to defining and importing remote and local configs.

Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Optimized ethosdistro. Rewrote portions of Knowledge Base to be more clear. Fixed a case where R9 was incorrectly defined as R9 Resized Desktop Terminal window. Removed various vestigial files. Removed mb of OS cruft. Bug Fixes Fixed instances where hash was not sampled correctly during beginning of boot process.

Fixed historical data collection that became broken in verison 1. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Added more helpful system data to gethelp command. Rounded temprature data correctly in desktop display. Added pool information to "MH" column on ethosdistro. Better instructions added for fixing disallowed mining instances. Added correct reference to restart-proxy command in ethOS motd. Added favicon to ethosdistro.

Allowed setting of up to four pools in config file: 1 main, and 3 failover. Added GPU number indicator to ethosdistro. Allowed rigs to disappear from ethosdistro. Added DAG generation event to ethosdistro. Added column to ethosdistro. Bug Fixes Fixed certain instances where eth-proxy pool failover did not work.

Fixed a case where globalmem config setting did not apply global mem clocks to all rigs. Prevented ethos-overclock from being delayed if run manually. Fixed an issue where some R9 series GPUs were not reading overclock settings properly.

Prevented more instances of apt-get being allowed to run when called with sudo. Fixed an issue with drive space not reporting correctly in cases where users have more than one drive. Fixed an issue where minestart was delayed if run manually. Removed reboot prompt during ethos-update if rig is already up to date. Prevented grub from delaying machine boot by 30 seconds after an unclean shutdown. Fixed interpretation of configs encoded with non-utf8 format.

Added daemon for desktop statistics to make sure it runs at all times. Forced Local Stratum Proxy to stop and restart along with ethminer. Added better method of sampling CPU temperature. The maximum length is 8 characters. Do not use the same newname for multiple rigs. Reboot your rig. Using a Pool that Requires Workers, Usernames, and Passwords suprnova Some pools suprnova require usernames, passwords, and workers.

Follow this guide for configuring ethOS to work on these pools: Find your worker name for each rig. You can find out your worker name by looking at the ethosdistro. Login to the pool website. Note: If you use the loc parameter in your config, your worker name will be the loc that you specified. In your config, set proxywallet username where username is your actual pool-side user name that you use to login.

You must use your own link. Press 'Save Changes' and bookmark your private text editor. Make changes to your ConfigMaker. Setting up your ConfigMaker config allows you to manage all of your rigs remotely even reboot. Go to DigitalOcean follow this link to get 2 months free , create an account, then click on "Create Droplet".

Click on "One-Click Apps". Select "LAMP on However, you can also set a static IP on linux itself: Make changes to your interfaces using this as a guide. NOTE : If your rig crashes or hangs after setting overclocks, follow the below guide: Reduce all overclocks to stock settings and reboot.

Monitor the rig for 24 hours to make sure it does not crash again. If required, set a less aggressive overclock and continue to monitor the rig.

If your GPUs exceed maxgputemp , all mining programs will shut down. Follow the below steps to reduce the chances of your GPUs overheating: Do not set fan speed on individual GPUs, set globalfan to a higher value.

Remove -tt from the claymore flags options, using claymore fan control will break globalfan. Check to make sure there are no broken fans or loose cables in the GPU fans. Move the GPUs around in your rig, make sure that the hottest one has ample spacing for airflow.

Physically swap the locations of the coldest and hottest GPUs in your rig, to balance temperatures. Set maxgputemp to a higher value. Point a box fan at your rig, with the air flowing from the back of the GPU, out through the metal L-shaped IO brackets. Repaste the GPU with thermal repaste, following the gpuShack repaste guide. To reset all temperature-related conditions, you can reboot your rig or run clear-thermals Setting a Custom Panel ID ethOS automatically assigns a 6-character panel ID based on a hash of your external IP address.

You can set your own custom Panel ID with the custompanel parameter. Fixing Unexpected low Pool Hashrate The pool-side reported hashrate should be completely ignored. If, after mining for 24 hours, your pool effective hashrate is unexpectedly low, follow the below guide: Make sure that you are connecting to your pool via stratum.

Ping your pool domain and make sure there is no packet loss example: ping us1. If you still get low hashrate, and if the router that your rig is connected to is also serving wifi, turn off the wifi feature and monitor the rig performance for another 24 hours. If the issue is resolved after disabling wifi, set up a dedicated router for your rig s , and disable the wifi feature on the dedicated router. Click on the Receive coin and select Bitcoin.

Select Quick and click Continue. You will get a permanent receiving address. This address is controlled by Shapeshift, which will autotrade all deposits to Bitcoin, and send them to your Bitcoin Address. Set Shapeshift's receiving address in ethOS to mine directly to it and get Bitcoin in return.

With every dag increase, hashrate lowers slightly. This is normal. They use different drivers that cannot work together. A crashed GPU becomes cold and usually reduces memclock. This is visible in your ethosdistro. In most cases, adjusting gpu memory clock will result in instability.

The best value is the default factory memory clock. Boot into ethOS locally, with a monitor attached. Run the teamviewer command in the terminal. In the Unattended Access wizard, click "Next". Do not change the computer name, and set your password this will be your remote access password. Select "I don't want to create a TeamViewer account now", then click "Next". Click "Finish" to complete the wizard, and save your Connection Id Number.

Enter the password that you set earlier, and press "OK". If pre-orders share the same release date then they can be ordered and shipped together. However pre-order release dates are liable to change, if you have ordered two pre-orders with the same date to ship together and then one release date gets pushed back, we will ship the available pre-order straight away and the second pre-order as soon as it becomes available with no extra shipping charge.

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Fixed a bug that prevented the CPU governer from being set to "performance mode" when applicable. Fixed cases where early GPU stats collection was too slow. Prevented UEFI partition from being created during disk resize if not required. Installed Linux 4. Fixed many bugs associated with ethos-smi and rebuilt packages from source to support it. Fixed a problem that caused ethos-update to run slowly or improperly in some cases. Added checks to ethOS for detecting possible malware.

Updated critical system libraries to their most current versions. Created geo-based content delivery network for update server and optimized rotation based on availability. Added better support to users residing in China. Added scrot for facilitating easy screenshots. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Reduced size of ethos-update package and optimized it to show better update progress.

Fixed a problem with claymore miners and sel that prevented GPUs over the first 9 from starting to mine. Fixed a case where an incorrect number of GPUs would display as "mining" if sel was used. Added log file to update-miner detailing what installations took place. Displayed a better message in the ethOS desktop display if the rig cannot connect to the Internet.

Allowed the ethOS desktop display to properly show rig data, even if there is no Internet connection. Fixed a cosmetic bug related to dstm-zcash version collection and display. Added a 1-second delay to GRUB bootloader so that users have a chance to make any desired selection. Optimized wording of find-gpu gpu0 is the first GPU. Cleared ethminer related log files when miner is switched. Fixed a cosmetic error that occured if local. Optimized wording of ethOS status conditions.

Added better message to ethOS stats panel indicating that user public IP may have changed if rigs all stop reporting. Cleaned up CDN-related update package delivery. Added support for RX via installing experimental kernels and drivers. Updated all installed miners to their latest versions and added packages necessary to support them. Bug Fixes Reduced bugs associated with running ethos-update by building CDN for serving ethos-update related files. Optimized "update" functionality and fixed more cases where ethOS rigs failed to send updates to ethOS stats panel.

Fixed cases where ethminer hashrate under 10 megahashes would not display hashrate correctly. Added blake2s and keccak coins to dualminer reporting. Added better support for updating from very old ethOS versions.

Added necessary fglrx and nvidia patches to kernel 4. Fixed cases where ethminer proxy would not restart correctly.

Fixed many cases of false positive displays of "gpu clock problem". Fixed a bug that caused hash collection to time out if system load was too high. Fixed a bug that prevented stats from reporting if too many rigpools were specified. Allowed ethOS config parameters to work even if they have preceding spaces. Fixed a bug that prevented poolemail from applying correctly when dual mining in certain cases. Added hotfix command for use with future hotfixes. Sanitized overclock values in overclock scripts.

Fixed a case where the display monitor shows yellow text and blank screen during the boot process. Fixed regex issues associated with the poolemail config option, which had parsing problems under certain conditions.

Made configmaker. Added prompt if user attemps to run ethos-update without a working Internet connection. Added "possible miner stall" message to ethOS status if miner has been working for a while, but hash is zero. Corrected the bash prompt hashrate display to display "0" if the miner stalled or was otherwise not mining. Removed color codes from miner output files in gethelp diagnostic files, so that logs are easier to read. Added warnings and advice if user attempted to use an ethOS config option as a linux command.

Allowed show miner log to automatically clear if the miner changed. Fixed the "lockscreen" button on the right hand side of the taskbar in the ethOS desktop. Revamped ethOS desktop menus and added a "hard-reboot" option into the ethOS desktop interface. Added Shutdown and Restart buttons to ethOS desktop, which were accidentally removed in a previous version.

Added notices to ethOS desktop and ethOS status if an invalid miner is specified. Removed silentarmy miner due to no active development from author. Added collection method for unique rig UUID. Added ethos-smi output to gethelp diagnostics link. Built a custom tool for gathering GPU-reported parameters more reliably. Updated claymore-xmr to its latest stable version fix for ethOS 1. Fixed an issue that caused the last GPU to mine slowly when using ethminer. Removed megabytes of cruft by cleaning up unnecessary packages.

Added ethOS config options globalname disabled and name [worker] disabled for pools that don't use worker names. Allowed miner to restart automatically if pool or wallet changes in ethOS config, without requiring manual restart or reboot. Removed all claymore stubs, claymore confs moved to ethOS conf with flags option now remote. Audited and prevented more ethOS disk writes, thereby increasing the longevity of the boot drive. Bug Fixes Fixed a bug that caused some worker names to have an extra period fix for ethOS 1.

Made ethOS config reboots reb work more reliably. Fixed cases where some ethOS config options did not honor comments properly. Forced cleanup of foreign line-breaks in ethOS local. Allowed alt-tab to switch focus between browser, ethOS terminal, and ethOS fullscreen terminal without using a mouse. Fixed cases where certain miners did not switch properly after changing ethOS config. Fixed hashrate collection bugs that caused ccminer to report hashrates as "0".

Fixed cases where ethOS rigs failed to send updates to ethOS stats panel. Fixed ordering of rigpool1 and rigpool2 when running dstm-zcash. Fixed a problem associated with ethOS stats panel reporting live mining instances inaccurately. Allowed update-miner to be more robust by supporting post-update scripts.

Added best-effort stats collection to continue to report to ethOS stats panel despite unforseen conditions. Made ethOS motd helpme slightly smaller. Added remove-teamviewer for users who wish to remove teamveiwer packages. Prompted users who have ethOS installations with known malware from torrents to reimage to a legitimate gpuShack version of ethOS.

Added nano guide to ethOS knowledge base. Listed more possible parameters that ethos-readconf can accept. Made ethOS stats panel webserver perform more reliably.

Added documentation to regarding poolemail rigpool1 rigpool2 poolpass1 poolpass2 to the sample config. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Fixed claymore-xmr version display on stats panel. Set up dedicated server for ethosdistro. Added historical graphs for GPU voltages on ethosdistro.

Added update-miners command that updates all miners on ethOS to their latest versions. Added ethOS bootloader option "reset-config" to reset configs to stock defaults to prevent config-caused rig crashes.

Added rigpool1 rigpool2 rigpoolpass1 rigpoolpass2 wallet "per-rig" config definitons. Added nvflash 5. Added better support for more installed GPUs. Fixed logical race condition that occured if no GPUs are detected. Added better config support for setting GPU voltage. Updated all miners to their latest stable versions.

Fixed cases where pwr would not work correctly if the globaldesktop disabled config option was set. Added better screen lock support with lockscreen enabled in config or when using lock command. Optimized ethosdistro. Optimized configmaker. Fixed permissions problem with claymore miners that prevented -tt option from being used. Fixed API bind error associated with ewbf-zcash that prevented it from reporting stats.

Fixed ethminer proxy bug that prevented per-rig wallets from applying correctly. Added support for more Intel network cards with new ixgbe driver.

Optimized rig webhook reporting. Added support for Supermicro onboard graphics. Fixed several iGPU failure cases. Optimized ethminer selection based on driver, to reduce CPU usage. Optimized find-gpu to operate its fan adjustment correctly. Optimized ethOS log cleaning functions. Optimized ethOS hash monitoring functions. Optimized collection of CPU name and Core Count, and condensed them to report more accurately in ethosdistro.

Added "loc" in parenthesis next to rig name in ethOS desktop display if used. Added ethOS favico to all user-facing web pages. Added claymore dualminer hash reporting in ethosdistro.

Fixed problem that prevented ccminer from reporting its version correctly. Refactored gpu-info datagather to work in edge cases where it would previously timeout. Prevented ethos-update from allowing updates if miners are in a defunct state, or if system has been up for over one hour.

Added better support to poolemail config option to work better with certain pools dwarfpool xmr and nanopool xmr. Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Added better support for displaying correct hashrates if sgminer-gm-xmr hashrates are high. Fixed cases where sgminer-gm-xmr would not display correct hashrates. Fixed average GPU temperature calculation in ethosdistro. Added more guides, examples, and sources to their respective locations. Prevented ethosdistro.

Prevented cosmetic errors from occurring on ethosdistro. Migrated all historical graph data collection to a faster server. Added RX series voltage to ethosdistro. Added teamviewer usage is optional to ethOS and implemented required changes for it.

Moved ethosdistro. Updated all miners to their latest versions as of the date of this release. Fixed bug that prevented driverless boot from showing a terminal prompt. Updated amdmeminfo to latest version so that Hynix MJR displays correctly. Fixed ethminer hashrate collection to support the latest version.

Completed disk write audit for preventing possible filesystem corruption caused by reboots. Fixed authentication bug that prevented some rigs from appearing in ethosdistro. Added dependancies for newly added cgminer and ccminer. Added kernel modules and patches for new kernel build. Blacklisted kaveri APU to prevent interference with mining and reporting.

Cosmetic Changes and Cleanup Fixed bugs related to ethminer version gathering. Added new command force-local to disable remote. Prevented cosmetic errors from appearing if show miner is run soon after ethOS boot. Prevented show miner from spamming with bogus data when miner is disallowed.

Added simple redirects to various ethOS knowledge base sections. Added "volts" column, added "Driver" column, and moved pool info color coding to "IP" in ethosdistro. Optimized historical graph collection and serving on ethosdistro. Optimized "IP list" serving on ethosdistro. Added dualminer hashes as a hover for "hashes" on ethosdistro.

Updated Claymore to version 9. Fixed bug that prevented Gigabyte motherboards from flashing correctly with lgaflasher. Added better method of determining certain GPU crashed states. Added better method of sampling miner path in ethos-watchdog.

Prevented atitweak and aticonfig from running on RX series. Added better method of supporting custompanel on ethosdistro. Removed vestigial scripts. Created a backend motherboard firmware flashing method for afulnx.

Created a backend method for retrieving latest manufacturer-released motherboard firmware from ethOS update server. Fixed cases where claymore miners could not detect and mine with more than 9 devices. Prevented mining during motherboard firmware flashing. Optimized the way motherboard firmware data is updated. Added full detected GPU list to user-submitted diagnostics reports generated by gethelp. Switched ethosdistro. Updated all mining programs to their latest versions as of this release.

Added support for RX series. Bug Fixes Fixed a bug where reset-config did not reset claymore-zcash config. However pre-order release dates are liable to change, if you have ordered two pre-orders with the same date to ship together and then one release date gets pushed back, we will ship the available pre-order straight away and the second pre-order as soon as it becomes available with no extra shipping charge.

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If you require further information or assistance then please contact us. If you don't want to use the remote config feature, you can turn it off with force-local. Note: If you have just one rig, set ethOS to single-rig mode before following this guide. After this procedure, your pool will see your new worker name, and your rig will have a new rack location assigned on the ethosdistro. Some pools do not support worker names.

If you would like to remove your worker name, add globalname disabled or name [worker] disabled to your config. Some pools suprnova require usernames, passwords, and workers. Follow this guide for configuring ethOS to work on these pools:. After you set up your remote config, you can manage all your rigs via your remote config file, even remotely reboot them.

In some cases, you may want to assign a static IP to your ethOS rig. It is recommended to assign static IPs based on mac addresses on your router. However, you can also set a static IP on linux itself:. Overclocking It is best to have your rig stable for 24 hours before attempting overclocks.

To reset all temperature-related conditions, you can reboot your rig or run clear-thermals. This way, all rigs on one network can report to the same panel. If your public IP changes , your panel ID will change.

You can run helpme to get your current ethOS stats panel link. The pool-side reported hashrate should be completely ignored. The pool reports may report a hashrate of "0", or of just a single GPU. Please use the pool-side effective hashrate to see your true hashrate for the entire rig. If, after mining for 24 hours, your pool effective hashrate is unexpectedly low, follow the below guide:. Paste the gethelp link in the support channel, describe the issue in your own words, include recent changes and any troubleshooting steps that you have done.

Wait for a reply and talk in channel. Do not change the "channels" field. Do not checkmark "auth to services". Checkmark "i'm not a robot". Click connect and wait up to 15 seconds to connect to the IRC channel. Wait up to 15 seconds for your rig to join the IRC channel. Quick Start Guide Run helpme to get a list of commands, your stats panel link, and rig status.

Force ethOS to keep local. Change both user "ethos" and superuser "root" password with passwd ethos and sudo passwd to secure your rig. Reboot with r. Get started with the Quick Start Guide. Set proxywallet to your zcash wallet. Set proxypool1 to your zcash pool example pools: flypool and nanopool.

Optional: Set -i flag to set intensity: flags -i 3 OR flg [worker] -i 3 If you experience crashing, revert to all stock clocks , check again, then revert to stock bios flip GPU bios switch. Mining Monero Update ethOS.

Run sudo update-miner xmr-stak Set globalminer xmr-stak or miner [worker] xmr-stak in config. Set proxywallet to your Monero wallet. NOTE: If mining to exchange, you need proxywallet wallet. If you experience crashing, revert to all stock clocks , check again, then revert to stock bios flip GPU bios switch. Save and run minestop to apply. Follow the below instructions to set your driver to amdgpu. Become physicaly local to your rigs.

Do not update remotely. Prior to updating, reboot your rig a fresh rig is important for a successful update. After your rig updates, it will reboot. Watch your rig come up. If you bought ethOS, and you don't have your download instructions, please see these instructions. Make sure your GPUs are not in a crashed state. It is best to proceed immediately after a reboot.

Download the ethOS file the ethOS file is an archive that ends in. Extract the downloaded archive with 7-zip , it will extract into approximately a 5. If you use it, the downloaded archive will not extract properly, and will be corrupted. Do not mount the file. Do not use a USB 2. Course Categories. Create a Course Corporate Learning Mobile. Music Sports Games Marketing. Difference between Pathos, Logos, and Ethos Pathos The pathos approach to argumentation surrounds the more emotional aspects of the issue, such as heavily controversial matters as well as ones that audience members may feel most passionate about.

Logos Logos, the method of argumentation that surrounds the workings of logic and reasoning, focuses on the more rational parts of the argument, such as facts and figures. Ethos Ethos, the approach we will spend the most time on over the course of the next few paragraphs, surrounds the credibility and ethics behind both the argument and the individual presenting it.

Purpose for Ethos The purpose of the ethos approach is to build a sense of authority that the audience member or reader can easily recognize and accept. Filed Under: Humanities , Students. Return to top of page. Special Offer for Blog Readers! Find a Course Now.