Finally figured it out after a couple of hours and some stupid brain-dead attempts. Even better, it is actually pretty easy to set up and isn't quite a waste of time as some suggest. It is easier to buy Bitcoins than it is to mine and perhaps the power cost is not favourable but I figure that I need to have my computer on for many tasks anyway so why not do some mining in the background. A lot of things I do are low intensity jobs like email, word-pressing, social networks and writing articles. Running a Bitcoin miner really needs to be done by a graphics card, GPGPU card or a custom rig (FPGAs or whatever). This article is partly for my own reference although it may prove useful for others.
Last Updated (Monday, 15 October 2012 23:41)