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If I recall it correctly, the "boo"s mean: your answer's correct but somebody else had solved the problem before, so you wasted your electricity and time - sorry. And the "yay"s are: you did it first, congrats. As for "LongPoll", it's a protocol that enables a miner to keep in touch with its pool's servers so that it's communicated as soon as possible when ...


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The miner you are using does not support the stratum protocol. Instead you must use a pool that uses the old and now obsolete getwork protocol If I see it correctly BTCGuild still offers the getwork access with the following URL: minerd.exe -o http://btcguild.com:8332 -u username_1 -p password -a sha256d -R 2


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I did this, actually! In terms of disclosure, @eric allam is absolutely correct, above; you should let your users know that's going on, at a minimum, and ideally have some sort of "Start mining" button they can click to have an explicit opt-in type procedure. That said, it's wildly unlikely to generate a profit unless you have a huge base of users and are ...


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I'm doing: minerd -a scrypt --threads=1 -o stratum+tcp://us.litecoinpool.org:3333 -O ab1jx.4:4 From a script and it works fine. ab1jx is my username on litecoinpool, worker is 4, password is 4. Only 1 thread to make it sort of a background process, leave that out to run at full throttle. I don't get accepted lines often either with cpuminer, I assume ...


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Today you would be using a mining application like minerd: https://github.com/downloads/metonymous/cpuminer/minerd


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Here, as mentioned in litecoin.org


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