You could find out by typing, if config in the terminal when Raspbian antminer loaded and it should show you your IP address. So, now we are just going to click open here and it should start, click on yes. It should start loading the Raspberry Pi. You can use any Raspberry Pi you want and it should work. Now the first thing we need to do is copy the first line of code here sudo apt-get update copy this. Then hit enter and let it run. Copy that and paste antminer here and then hit enter. And it should prompt you to continue with Y for yes N for no. Type Y then hit answer.
Now we are going to install dependencies. To do that, copy this code here from sudo and up until the screen here. Copy all that and paste it here, hit enter and it should prompt you to continue Y for yes N for no. Type Y hit enter. Copy it and paste it on the terminal and hit enter.
Copy that and paste it and hit enter. Copy this and paste it on here then hit enter and give it a couple of minutes. Copy this and paste it antminer to here then hit enter. Copy it, paste antminer here and hit enter. And now everything is installed. Now we could test out whether or not antminer will work. Now you need to fill in the blanks here. Your pool you need to — where it says pool here you need to fill it in with your antminer address and where it says username you need to fill it in with your username and where it says password here you need to fill this in with your password.
Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new link. I will show you how to change the IP address shortly. Load up your Internet browser I recommend Chromeand navigate to http: You should be antminer to a login screen. Click on "Miner Configuration" Next, configure your pools. Click "Save and Apply" when you are done configuring your pools. The mining software will automatically reset.
You do not need to reboot the device. Click on the "Miner Status" tab. If it is fairly empty, wait seconds and click the Miner Status tab again. It should start to populate with lots of statistics. I will detail some of the important stats below.
Check your client-side hash rate. The device in the image is an overclocked device, so the hash rate is higher.
Next, jump down and check temperatures. You should check it now and check it again in 10 minutes once things really heat up.
I got my S3 today and connected it to Cosair W psu. I have jumped green and black wire and connected the pins to S3.
It runs approximately for 1 minute, after 1 minute the miners fans goes to high speed and gets lowered and the miners switches off. Also psu goes off. RanjithHarsha77 on August 19, RanjithHarsha77 on August 20, Bitcoin mining Antminer s7 4. Powered by SMF 1.