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How to connect RaveOS to Kryptex

Feb. 27, 2021, 11:02 a.m.

You can mine in Kryptex directly without an application, but keep in mind that you will NOT have access to the cool features of the application, created for convenience, clarity and maximum profitability. 💪

Install Kryptex Pro! It has a lot of great features:

  • Remote monitoring and control.
  • Remote tuning of the rig in real time.
  • Extended statistics with hash rate, temperature, power consumption.
  • Flexible algorithm settings
  • Notifications about issues, recent news and updates.

Криптекс Pro is a serious tool.

What to begin with?

Described method is experimental. You often ask how to connect RaveOS, so we cannot resist to help you. 🖤

Kryptex is not affiliated with RaveOS and is not responsible of any malfunctions or issues can happen while working with this OS.

The objective of this article is to explain how to mine in Kryptex pools using RaveOS. All related issues can be discussed on our Forum.

To begin with, let's take a look at the installation instructions and general information about RaveOS on their official website.

You will need a second device in order to mine on RaveOS. All settings and monitoring are done using your mobile device or another PC.

You should follow these steps to mine in Kryptex pool without an app:

  1. Install Kryptex on your PC.
  2. Authorize and run the first benchmark.
  3. The exact address of the pool and its port.
  4. Correct wallet and worker ID.

Pool address, port, wallet and worker ID can be taken from logs of our desktop application.

Copy this address into the address bar of the explorer, and go to it: %AppData%\Kryptex to find cache.json:

Open cache.json file using integrated app "Notepad"

You will see all the parameters for any algorithm and coin that are available in Kryptex. Find the right algorithm and right parameters. For instance, for ETH.

Please note that paramenets at the moment of writing of the article can differ from parameters you will have during set up. Actual parameters are always available in cache.json file:

Actual parameters

Where else can I find these parameters?

Required parameters can be found from the logs of miner itself. They are located here: %AppData%\Kryptex\miners

Choose a folder with the right miner. For instance, for ETH mining it will be Phoenix that is located in kryptex7 folder.

Logs file

Open any recent log. It has all the required parameters:

Worker ID can be also found in your dashboard or by clicking the right rig in «computers» tab.

Worker ID in the dashboard

What parameters are required?

  • Pool address: eth.kryptex.network
  • Port: 8888
  • Wallet: from logs cache.json, or miner logs (in format 0x7af8ad...)
  • Worker ID: from logs or website (in format v2d3a82bb2)

Creating a wallet

  1. In the main menu of RaveOS in the left column click "Wallets" then "Add Wallet".

  2. Name a wallet and click "Add Wallet" again.

  3. In the first dropdown menu, select "Ethereum". In the second field, enter the name of the coin or leave the one that will be offered automatically.

  4. Next step is to choose any pool.

  5. Edit it by clicking "+ Add new url".

  6. In the appeared field enter the address and port of the pool: eth.kryptex.network:8888

    In the "Wallet" field write your address in this format: 0xbaef4a87e8a92ad5911bc5b0a2a02ed9867c0124/v2d3a82bb2

    Note that some miners (Gminer) accept format with a dot:: 0xbaef4a87e8a92ad5911bc5b0a2a02ed9867c0124.v2d3a82bb2

  7. In the "Select miner" field select a miner. For instance, , T-Rex for NVIDIA graphics cards (RTX2060 in our case).

  8. You can type additional arguments to necessary miner by clicking pencil icon; delete incorrect miner; add additional miners.

    We recommend to add additional miners on this step if you don't know definitely which miner do you prefer.

  9. Click "Save" button when all information is filled, miners are chosen and set up. Final result will look similar to that:

    It can edited or deleted if needed.

    Worker creation in RaveOS

    1. In the main RaveOS menu click "Workers" button, then "Add Worker"

    2. Name a worker, describe it (as you want), type an access password (for security reasons), choose amount of graphics card in your mining rig and click "Save" button.

    It's better to name RaveOS worker the same as worker ID in Kryptex (v2XXXXXXXXX). According to our example, the final result will look similar to: v2d3a82bb2

    It's not only convenient for rig identication, but also necessary for stable operation of some miners!

    The final result will look like this:

    The final result

    Don't be in hurry to close the window! Find "Worker token" line below the appeared worker and click "Copy" button. This token is required to run RaveOS from boot device.

    Open our boot device then config folder:

    Open token.txt file in this folder:

    Paste token there, save and close.

Take a pause and decide the way your rig will be connected to the Internet: wired our wireless. Connection can be set up using this manual.

Create a cluster in RaveOS dashboard:

  1. Click "Clusters" button and editdefault cluster. Or create a new one by clicking "Add cluster".
  2. Name a cluster and click"Change" button:

  3. Create graphics card manufacturer (NVIDIA, AMD, or unclassified if different manufacturers are used); choose created wallet; choose a coin verified on the wallet creation step; choose the right miner and click "Apply changes" button:

  4. Choose overclocking preset if you know all the settings. If doubt then do it later. Click "Save":

    Final result will look like this:

Please note that indicators like balance, price and profitability will NOT be displayed. They can be found only in your dashboard (in a cool Kryptex Pro there are no limitations like this and all data is available in a user-friendly interface 😉).

Let's start mining!

  1. Boot from device with entered token data and network settings (if needed), then wait till RaveOS will start.
  2. Go to "Dashboard" tab in RaveOS dashboard where you can find the status of our rig. Mining will launch automatically after the boot.
  3. If everything is successful you will see income statistics after 10-20 minutes in your Kryptex dashboard. According to our example, black graph is a rig running in RaveOS.

Statistics is the only valid proof of a successful setup!

Income will appear in "Dashboard" in 10-20 minutes after launching the miner, depending on your hash rate and share finding speed.

We kindly remind that Kryptex allows to mine different coind with advanced miner setup: ETH, ETC, XMR, RVN, EXP, UBIQ and others. Download Kryptex Pro to check it 😉

Please take a note! Only limited amount of rigs can be added to RaveOS for free! At the same time, any amount of rigs can be added to Kryptex absolutely free! 🤩

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