z-enemy v2.6.2 (Dk & Enemy) Download Nvidia GPU miner for Windows/Linux

The latest version of Z-ENEMY 2.6.2 is available for Nvidia CUDA 9.1, 9.2, 10.0 and 10.1 for 64-bit versions of Windows and Linux. Make sure you have the latest video driver installed for the version of CUDA you want to use – 388+ for 9.1, 397+ for 9.2 and 411 or later for CUDA 10.0 or the latest versions for CUDA 10.1.

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Changes z-enemy v2.6.2 with Kawpow (RavenCoin):

  • Fixed compatibility with Nicehash, Miningpoolhub and some other pools (“epoch initialization failed” error).
  • Fixed crash while trying to load json config files in Ubuntu 16 based distributions (HiveOS 4)
  • Temporarily disabled environment variables in json config files in Ubuntu 16 based distributions (HiveOS 4)

First time or troubleshooting kawpow:

  • First time users – all ver. 2.02+ works on Cuda 9.x &Cuda 10.x and it is recommended to make sure you’ve updated your NVIDIA drivers. You can find drivers here: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx ver., min ver.398+++
  • Next important thing is intensity. We recommend intensity for start -19 or 20,(21 for 20×0) at first.
  • kawpow algo using +cc&+mem , but use no OC at first until you verify stability…

Starting with version 2.0 and above, the miner comes with built-in HTTP JSON API server and web control panel. When the miner is started, the server is automatically started, accessible with your browser at http://127.0.0.1:4067 (or http://localhost:4067 if you wish). You can specify any external IP address using –api-bind-http=addr:port If you want to disable it use –api-bind-http=0

There are also few API methods returning json-formatted data available.

  1. Shares history: http://localhost:4067/history
  2. Current pool info: http://localhost:4067/poolinfo
  3. GPU hardware info: http://localhost:4067/hwinfo
  4. Summary (optionally includes gpu info and pool info): http://localhost:4067/summary?poolinfo=1 (summary with current pool info) http://localhost:4067/summary?gpuinfo=1 ( summary with gpu info) http://localhost:4067/summary (short summary, no pool or gpu info)
  5. Remote quit (or restart, if you start the miner in the loop): http://localhost:4067/quit

More detailed information about these methods (everything below are GET methods only)

Changelog z-enemy:

2.6.2

Kawpow (RavenCoin):

  • Fixed compatibility with Nicehash, Miningpoolhub and some other pools (“epoch initialization failed” error).
  • Fixed crash while trying to load json config files in Ubuntu 16 based distributions (HiveOS 4)
  • Temporarily disabled environment variables in json config files in Ubuntu 16 based distributions (HiveOS 4)

2.6.1

Bugfixes:

  • Fixed broken non-kawpow algos in version 2.6

2.6

Kawpow (RavenCoin):

  • Faster initialization on multi-gpu rigs
  • Performance improvements (few percent)
  • Smoother gpu/power load
  • Default intensity value increased from 20 to 21 for gtx 1070/1080 series

Misc:

  • GPU reports are now grouped together
  • Average hashrate is no longer displayed incorrectly low when the miner starts up.
  • Added average shares/min reports
  • You can now use environment variables in your config files (%ADDR% and so on)
  • Default pause time between reconnection attempts is now 10 seconds

2.5

Changes:

  • Added kawpow algo (Upcoming Ravencoin hardfork)

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