Track GPU errors, hashrates, onlineoffline statuses, power consumption, overclocking and much more from a single dashboard! You will get remote access to your farm from anywhere worldwide. Remote reboot, troubleshoot or SSH access via our integrated web shell of any rig or group of rigs in your farm is not a problem now.
We are constantly updating and adding new features, driven by mining community needs
Easily installed on most rig configurations within minutes. Just burn an image to USB flash or other type of drive (8Gb minimum) and set your e-mail in the auth.txt. That's it!
Real-time monitoring of your workers stats! All stats are changes via sockets online on your dashboard! No refreshes of the browser needed. Apply any settings, mining tasks or overclocking profiles instantly!
A wide range of GPU settings to reach their most optimal performance: clock speeds, memory speeds, dpm stats, fan speeds and more. We support all modern NVIDIA and AMD video cards! Achieve the best speed when mining under MinerOs!
Register using your working e-mail and sign in to user
This e-mail will be nessessary for rig authentication.
Login to the Control Panel -> Download image and click Download to get personalized image file. Your e-mail will be automatically injected to the config file and will be compressed by gzip on the fly. Download size will be ~950Mb. Be patient and wait while it will be downloaded fully. If you use personalized image you can skip step 4 because all auth data will be already in the config file. You can also download not personalized Image and follow step 4 to add auth info in the config file.
Burn image on your storage device (8Gb minimum) using
Linux and Mac users can use dd to write RAW image to disk. Something like dd if=mineros-x.xx.img of=/dev/sdb bs=10M status=progress.
After image is flashed you will see newly created windows drive in your system where you will be able to edit auth.txt and/or network.txt files. First one have your auth info. The most important data there is your e-mail. Paste your email which was used in step 1 and save it.
Other fields in auth.txt: Name - is default rig name (you can change it in the user panel later). PIN - is security token. You can set your custom pin, but don't forget to set the same digit in the user panel! By default it is set to 12345. UniqId - this field should be empty for new rigs. If you want to assign current rig to existing one (in the user panel) place the UniqId from rig's settings there. Network.txt file is your network settings. By default DHCP is enabled. If you need to set static IP you can edit this file. Wi-Fi is not supported yet, sorry.
Boot the rig and you will see it on the dashboard. Then you will need to create a mining task and setup overclocking, if needed. That's it!
For beginners and small home miners
For serious miners
1$ per rig
For corporate miners with 300+ rigs