Kernel source tree for Raspberry Pi Foundation-provided kernel builds. Issues unrelated to the linux kernel should be posted on the community forum at https://www.raspberrypi.org/forum (by kraoc)

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  • Cryto Mining Monero using a Raspberry Pi 4 8G
    6 projects | reddit.com/r/MoneroMining | 2 Dec 2021
    Well in my dive I saw that using 1g Pages could increase your hash rate, but I couldn’t get it working without recompiling the kernel with hugefiles on. So some more time later I found this https://github.com/kraoc/raspberrypi-monero-minig that claims to be getting a high of 574H/s. With a bait like that I decided to give their approach a try. Reading through I went to https://github.com/kraoc/raspberry-linux-64 and https://github.com/kraoc/raspberry-xmrig-64 an optimized kernel and xmrig compile respectively. I didn’t download their pre-compiled kernel binary. I instead followed their instructions found in the folder raspberrypi readme.md of both repositories. Using two cores this boosted my hash rate to 108.2H/s. With all four it is about 98H/s. Neither are anywhere close to 574. Though I wasn’t expecting to reach that I was hoping to reach close to 475H/s but more expecting 200H/s as I haven’t and wasn’t planning on over clocked my pi.


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kraoc/raspberry-linux-64 is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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