cmd: BDmine_monero kbd: Shift+Pause
Every time you want to donate hash rate to Split Linux, simply lock the screen using Shift+Pause.
To start donating from the command line, command
BDmine_monero without any arguments.
If you want to mine to your own account run
BDmine_monero providing a handle of
your choosing and a wallet address as arguments. Example:
$ BDmine_monero mary 847vSaDnoiFehRQLwfnETRiEQwPWxzWWyeJtw6o3k1DUTvrfD2DCoHUKjpZ7Ui1PoQ5JcbdcEcpVcAiQYDA2Vyda8EsAbzX
If the handle is already associated with a different wallet address, the miner will exit with a message indicating this.
After the command ran successfully once, handle and address are linked and you can leave out the wallet address on future invocations.
Note: The miner will only be able to connect if a working default network route
for the internet connection is active (check
Activating hugepages is crucial for efficient mining. Use Split Linux Overrides
to persistently define
The amount of CPU threads used defaults to the amount of processing units available. On a typical system, the amount of units available equals the amount of CPU cores.
Set the environment variable
BEAST_MINER_THREADS to override the value, ideally