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comment How do I determine why an executable won't execute
@Archemar yep, already tried it. :(
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comment How do I determine why an executable won't execute
@Archemar me@ubuntu:~/Desktop/Fusion$ file ./Fusion ./Fusion: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (GNU/Linux), statically linked, stripped and me@ubuntu:~/Desktop/Fusion$ . ./Fusion bash: .: ./Fusion: cannot execute binary file, respectively.
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comment How do I determine why an executable won't execute
@akira Ok, I see a lot of hex. Please point me in the right direction to make sense of this.
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comment How can a power supply rated 7A be strong enough for two devices rated 5A?
What is the difference between Core, PLL, and IO supply Power?
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comment How can a power supply rated 7A be strong enough for two devices rated 5A?
@VolkerSiegel Oh, duh. This is a good point. Sorry, I am new to this.
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comment How can a power supply rated 7A be strong enough for two devices rated 5A?
@Ramhound Just for the sake of clarity here: This guy (highoncoins.com/litecoin-rig/…) says "1 CCTV 12V 7A Power Supply: I recommend 1 of these up to 10 Gridseeds, it can handle up to 20" The Gridseed spec sheet states each device consumes 5a: github.com/gridseed/gc3355-doc/blob/master/GC3355_DataSheet.pdf