How do I mine with Linux - CentOS?

How do I mine with CentOS?

If you searched for this type of tutorial means that you have a Linux system with CentOS distribution. It is mandatory to have ssh access, because you will install packages, and an account on a mining pool. As mining pool I use and recommend MinerGate , with this pool you can mine the following coins:

MinerGate can also mine in combinations, such as:

If you do not have enough good resources for mining, I do not recommend using mining coins in combination.

To run the process we will use the following miner: CPUMiner-Multi, for this we will install the following packages:

git, automake, gcc, make, curl-devel, openssl-devel,  gcc-c++.x86_64

So we can install them:

yum install git automake gcc make curl-devel

yum install openssl-devel

yum install gcc-c++.x86_64

After installing packages, we can bring the cpuminer-multi anywhere on the disk, I will use the default path:

cd ~

git clone https://github.com/tpruvot/cpuminer-multi.git

cd cpuminer-multi

After we brought the miner, now we can install it:

./autogen.sh

./configure --with-crypto --with-curl

make

make install

Now we can run the miner with the following command:

(replace the EMAIL_ADDRESS with your address from your MinerGate account)

./cpuminer -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://xmr.pool.minergate.com:45560 -u EMAIL_ADDRESS -p x

If we want to run the process in background use & as:

./cpuminer -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://xmr.pool.minergate.com:45560 -u EMAIL_ADDRESS -p x &

I recommend a new screen as:

screen

./cpuminer -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://xmr.pool.minergate.com:45560 -u EMAIL_ADDRESS -p

To detach the new screen press CTRL+A+D. After detaching, you can go back to the screen to watch the datas, you'll need the PID:

ps -x | grep SCREEN

Result:
29623 ?        Ss     0:00 SCREEN

To display the screen just type:

screen -r 29623

THE END! Now you can view the results in minergates dashboard

Example:

Mining ByteCoin at 184 H/s

Now all you have to do is install and configure all the other virtual machines the same way. On average for 1vCore at 2.4Ghz you will get 25H/s, if the CPU is not very loaded.