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Entering any of this into terminal doesn't get it mining. I have NEVER figured out how to get Genoil mining (I'm on Ubuntu). Where is this information entered and how does the mining get started?

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  1. make a script file:

    Open a terminal and enter

    :~$ gedit mine-eth.sh

  2. cope and paste all the command into the file, make sure you add this on the first line of the file and paste everything from the next line:

    #! /bin/bash

  3. save and close the file.

  4. back to terminal, enter this:

    :~$ chmod +x mine-eth.sh

  5. still in the terminal:

    :~$ sudo ./mine-eth.sh

Enter your password when prompt and enter again, Now you should see some output.

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  • After the ccp-ethereum directory installed and build is done WHERE is the mine-eth.sh file stored? I'm getting ... ./mn.sh: line 2: setx: command not found ./mn.sh: line 3: setx: command not found ./mn.sh: line 4: setx: command not found ./mn.sh: line 5: setx: command not found ./mn.sh: line 6: setx: command not found Invalid argument: -S – user7914198 Jun 23 '17 at 13:24
  • Thank for your responses but that returns... $ sudo ./mine-eth.sh ./mine-eth.sh: line 2: export: 0': not a valid identifier ./mine-eth.sh: line 3: export: 100': not a valid identifier ./mine-eth.sh: line 4: export: 1': not a valid identifier ./mine-eth.sh: line 5: export: 100': not a valid identifier ./mine-eth.sh: line 6: export: `100': not a valid identifier Invalid argument: -S – user7914198 Jun 23 '17 at 18:03
  • Sorry my bad, it looks like you are using setx which is for windows, edit your file and delete all the "setx" and try again. – Gary Chen Jun 23 '17 at 18:12
  • Here is link a problem almost identical to yours. – Gary Chen Jun 23 '17 at 18:16

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