This robust troubleshooting procedure is useful because it isolates the issue to your suspect component.
Otherwise, the issue could be a power balance issue, riser problem, loose cabling, bad power socket, bad PSU, etc.
Make sure that your rig detects at least 4gb of RAM.
If the issue persists, continue with the below guides: Example: You suspect that your motherboard is faulty.
After this procedure, your pool will see your new worker name, and your rig will have a new rack location assigned on the panel. If you would like to remove your worker name, add After you set up your remote config, you can manage all your rigs via your remote config file, even remotely reboot them.
In the automatic case, the webquery is added to the addin, but is refreshed asynchronously.
It is recommended to assign static IPs based on mac addresses on your router.
However, you can also set a static IP on linux itself: eth OS automatically assigns a 6-character panel ID based on a hash of your external IP address.
To work around this problem, the add-in's "Is Addin" property is temporarily set to False, then the web query is inserted and the property is set back to True.
The updating process works as follows: Note: I've tried whether marking the add-in file as read-only would enable the code to delete the file itself, but this appears not to work when the file is on a local drive.
Hi Eduardo, The HTML file contains the number for the most recent version of your add-in. Where do I have to change the Build number, if I make an update?