Bitcoin mining on arm/armhf devices such as the Raspberry Pi

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Method 1) Mining via Android via LTCMiner
If you have a single-board-computer that runs Android (such as the Cubieboard, Gooseberry, APC Rock, OLinuXino, Hackberry etc.), you can just use the app LTCMiner. For downloads, see my blog post “Finally a working bitcoin miner for Android

Method 2) Mining on Linux via UFAMiner

apt-get install -y --force-yes lzma libpcre3-dev
tar --lzma -xvpf ufasoft_bitcoin-miner-0.32.tar.lzma
cd ufasoft_bitcoin-miner-0.32
make install
./bitcoin-miner -o

Method 3) Mining on Linux via CPUMiner

cd cpuminer-master
apt-get install -y --force-yes curl libjansson-dev libjansson4 automake autoconf
./ CFLAGS="-O3 -Wall -msse2" 
make install
./minerd --url --userpass Username:Password


You might want to use StratumProxy rather than mining on a Pool directly, to make sure your miner is using the best mining methods.
Unfortunately devices like the Pi, OLinuXino, Hackberry, Cubieboard etc. only give around 290 khash/sec.

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One Response to Bitcoin mining on arm/armhf devices such as the Raspberry Pi

  1. I made a little init.d script for automatic start minerd!!!

    Check my website to find it!!!

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