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How to Install MiningOS

Step 1

Download the MiningOS Mirror filehttps://www.minerplus.com/#/gpu-miner/gpu-file Download a USB burning toolhttps://www.minerplus.com/#/gpu-miner/gpu-dial Generate an activation codehttps://www.minerplus.com/#/gpu-miner/gpu-secret-key

Step 2

After the download is complete, unzip the burning tool. Insert a USB flash drive that will be formatted with the MiningOS image.
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Step 3

Open the mft.exe file and select your USB flash drive from the device drop-down menu.

Step 4

Under boot selection, click "SELECT" and find the image file you downloaded (download link: https://www.minerplus.com/#/gpu-miner/gpu-file). Once selected, click the "Open" button.

Step 5

Next you will set some some parameters. In the "Volume Label" field, paste your Pool URL. In the "File System" field, paste your wallet address for mining payouts. Finally in the "Cluster Size" field, paste your activaction code which was acquired in Step 1. If the activation code is not correct, your miner will not be able to mine.
Click the "Start" button to begin to process of creating the bootable USB flash drive. Once the progress bar displays a green "Ready", you have successfully burned the MiningOS image!

Booting Via USB Flash Drive

Step 1

Ensure that the DHCP function is turned on, for LAN routing, so that the device can get an IP address when powered on. The device must be powered off and connected to a monitor and keyboard. Insert the MiningOS USB flash drive into your device.

Step 2

Turn on the power and boot the machine into BIOS. This is usually done by pressing the DEL, F8 or F12 key, please consult your manufacturer for details. Once in the BIOS interface, navigate to the Boot column and set the USB flash drive as the #1 boot option. Save the changes and reboot the machine.
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Step 3

Upon booting, you may be prompted to select your USB flash drive again. Once doing so, you will enter the MiningOS boot interface as shown below. If the interface is unresponsive to commands, you can try pressing "Ctrl + Alt + F1" to regain control.
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Step 4

Enter "ifconfig" to check the local IP, which can then be used to access the backend of the miner through the browser of another computer on your local area network. By doing so, you will be able to use the MiningOS backend management page to configure your miner.
Operating instructions for the MiningOS backend management page can be found here.