SSH to your simplemining.net (SMOS) rig with this guide.
What you would need
- An SSH tool, I prefer MobaXterm, because copying files between your Windows machine and SMOS rig is simple. Or puTTy or similar.
- Your rigs internal network IP address
- Be on the same internal network as your rig. If you want to remotely SSH to your rig, you will have to enable port forwarding – which opens your rig to all kinds of people with malicious intent.
Find your rigs internal IP address
Your SMOS console will provide you with your rigs IP address – hover over your rig name to see it.
SSH to your rig
Open MobaXterm, and perform the following:
1 – Click on session
2 – Click on SSH
3 – Enter your rigs IP address which you found in SMOS console
4 – Enter username – miner – password will be YOURACCOUNTMAIL but your will enter it in the next step
5 – Click on okay
6 – You will see your terminal window open, which looks like this one below
7 – Type in your password – which is your email address that you put in the config file when you started SMOS. Note: linux passwords display black – so you won’t see asterisks as you type. Just type your full email address, and press enter.
8 – You are now SSH’ed into your rig!
So now what? Here is a list of things you can do:
|View mining console||Screen -x miner|
|Set -dcri values||In console view press – or + on your keyboard|
|See card mining info||In console view press S on your keyboard|
|Get out of mining console view||Press CTRL + A + D|
|See card details||sudo /root/utils/atiflash -i|
|Stop the miner from mining||killall screen|
|Backup your bios||sudo /root/utils/atiflash -s <card number> <rom file name>|
|Write bios||sudo /root/utils/atiflash -p <card number> <rom file name>|
|Reboot rig||sudo reboot|