How can I launch a pool mining session using the most recent cpp-ethereum?
According to the ./eth --help, -F or --farm parameters are needed, but they are not recognized when used!
I have a recent successful build and installation of 'eth' on OpenSuSE, and can successfully launch 'eth' as described in the Homestead doc, page 64:
/opt/eth/bin/eth -v 1 -a 0x.MYWALLET --client-name "Oxymoron" -x 50 -m on -t 1 ,resulting in a stream of DAG or Block Import messages, and saturated 100% usage of all CPUs. ethconsole works too.
But no mining pool can be specified, as it immediately returns: Invalid argument: --farm or -F as if it was some arbitrary invalid string like -G.
- eth version 1.3.0,
- eth network protocol version: 63,
- Client database version: 12041,
- Build: Linux/g++/Interpreter/.
edit: This feels a lot like a programming logic problem, like somebody commented out some switch's 'case' statement. Does anyone know if v 1.3.0 has been explicitly set to not support pooled mining?