Here is Odo-Miner Live Image, based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop linux.
It is bundled with:
No installation requred. Just burn the image to a 8 GB or more USB flash drive, boot from this USB flash and you are ready to go!
Please note! This is a deep Alpha version of the image and it can be updated quite often. Please check new versions!
How to use
- Personal computer should meets Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop requirements
- It will work on a diskless workstation, installation is not required. All configuration saved on a USB Flash Drive itself.
- Download odo-miner-live-image-v0-1-1.img (7.1 GB size, 7,579,600,896 bytes, MD5 Checksum is a38fd39fe88396f726c3c9c821a07cd5)
- Burn it to an USB flash drive (8 GB or more)
- Linux: using command sudo dd if=odo-miner-live-image-v0-1-1.img of=/dev/sdX bs=512 status=progress
where /dev/sdX your USB flash drive
- Windows: using Rufus version 3.5 or newer
- Connect and power on your DE10-Nano device(s) before PC boot, use USB BLASTER II port at DE10-Nano
(on the same side with a power socket)
- Boot a computer from an USB flash drive, select Try Ubuntu in a boot menu
- Login using odo user with no password, set your password for better security if required
- Edit file /altera/start-miner.sh and set your DGB address into STRATUM_USER variable
- Edit other variables if required and save the file
- Start /altera/start-miner.sh or reboot PC
- That's it! Your miner is up and running!
Check your pool stats, as well as you can check a miner in a screen sessions.
DE10-Nano is a low hashrate device, for this reason the image is configured to use shared PPLNS pool odo.dgb256.online by default.
In case you want to try your luck at a SOLO pool dgb.solomining.io/odo, please configure it in /altera/start-miner.sh script file according to this page.
At SOLO pool it can take days or weeks or months to found a single block with a low hashate device.It depends on an overall network hashrate, difficulty and a luck for sure.