Current Version: 184.108.40.206 - Update #8 (February 4, 2014)
(A forum post will be created closer to release date.)
What users are saying:
|"My hash rate went up 5% because I stopped using VNC and switched to CGRemote. Thank you!" -Mitchell||"Awesome." -(many users)|
|"WOW! Amazing work" -Ryan||"Just what I needed!" -David||"You are a GREAT man!!!" -Alexander|
|"Justin, this is the kick-assiest app I have seen in a long time!" -Russell||"Dude, this is f**king awesome and easy!!!" -Vlad|
Interested in joining the beta? Scroll down to Beta Duration and Participation.
(Scroll down below the video for news, screenshots, and more information.)
This video shows CGRemote managing 48 mining rigs in its initial release
New features added in Update #6
If you're in the beta and a fix is listed here (blue), you can use the same download link to get the updated files. If the download link changes I will re-send emails to everyone.
March 10, 2014 - The official CGRemote page is moving! Please visit the new page at http://www.coinmyne.com/cgremote.
March 8, 2014 - The price for CGRemote will be increasing to $20 USD (or $25 USD for PayPal payments) on Monday, March 10. This is to reflect the features and improvements to the software since the beta began. I originally planned on doing this in January, but had postponed it while I worked on updates. Also, the payment automation has been delayed due to CoinPayments.net shutting down, so payments will continue to be processed manually while we work to integrate a new payment system. The official CGRemote page is being moved to the CoinMyne site - you can find it under "Software" or by going to http://www.coinmyne.com/cgremote.
February 26, 2014 - The process for new users joining the beta is almost finished being automated to handle the increasing number of new users. The new email address is now working properly so when submitting emails with your payment information, please send them to:
February 24, 2014 - The move is just about complete. Update #8 has provided some great feedback and I'll be back to working on Update #9 this week. The beta has now surpassed 1750 users!
February 5, 2014 - You can now download compiled SGMiner Windows binaries at http://coinmyne.proboards.com/thread/24/sgminer-compiled-version-download. While you're there, I recommend creating a forum account to get help and provide feedback on CGWatcher and CGRemote.
February 4, 2014 - A minor update was released today fixing a few reported bugs. I'm still working out an issue with the auto-update utility, so you'll need to download again using the link at the bottom of your email to get the latest version. Specifically it fixes an error when clicking "Add Pool to Selected Miners" in the menu if no miners were selected, as well as returns temperature, fan speed, clock speed, memory speed, and powertune to the devices grids.
February 3, 2014 - Update #8 emails have just been sent. The beta has grown to over 1300 users, so I've had to begin using a mail service to send out updates. If you are in the beta and do not receive an email, please check your spam folder. If you still haven't received anything by Tuesday, please contact me and I'll send it manually.
January 29, 2014 - I recently joined the team at CoinMyne, a company that specializes in building powerful and scalable GPU mining rigs. With me comes CGWatcher and CGRemote, which will help bring CoinMyne into the software business. This is great for both programs and their users because it will provide me with the time and resources to make these programs and future projects truly exceptional. I'll be leading the software division so will continue to build CGRemote into the product everyone has asked for and is expecting. It's a great group of guys and I think we're going to do some pretty amazing things in the near future. You can read more information in the press release.
We will be building an interim support forum at http://coinmyne.proboards.com to help us provide better support for both CGWatcher and CGRemote.
Manage all of your miners from one screen, regardless of location. Any miner on any OS running cgminer or bfgminer can be controlled, and miners running CGWatcher will be capable of several additional features.
Start, stop, restart, and switch the profile of your remote miners in one or two clicks.
View all pools on all miners, and see how how much hardware is being pointed to each pool.
Create, edit, and delete profiles for all remote miners running CGWatcher.
Manage files on all remote miners running CGWatcher, as well as the local computer running CGRemote, in the built-in File Explorer.
Create and edit text files and save them directly to remote miners or the local computer.
Config File Editor
Easily create and edit config files, seeing all available settings and descriptions without having to go back to the readme.
Right-click on any program on a remote miner in File Explorer and select 'Run program' to have CGWatcher launch the program on that miner.
Remote Task Manager
View running processes on remote miners and relevant process information, including whether or not the process is responding. End processes remotely.
Restart Remote Computer
CGRemote will make sure CGWatcher is set to run at startup before sending the command to restart the computer so you don't lose access after the restart.
Add and Switch Pools on All (or selected) Miners at Once
Add a new coin to all of your miners in a few clicks. You can then switch miners to that coin without having to go to each individual miner.
Send API Commands to All (or selected) Miners at Once
Access the miner and all available functionality directly through its API by sending commands directly to all, or selected, miners at once.
Check the profitability of all alt-coins in the Profitability window, including prices in 25+ different currencies based on the past 24 hour average.
Beta Duration and Participation:
Visit http://www.coinmyne.com/cgremote for information on how to join the beta.
|Miners listed in Grid view. Moving the mouse over the thermometer displays temps for each device. The hottest device temperature is also displayed next to the thermometer.|
|Complete device list. Will ultimately be sortable, and clicking a device's button opens a device detail window with additional information and controls.|
|All windows are resizable, to take up a minimal amount of the screen.|
|Windows opened for each of the four miners and stacked.|
File Explorer in CGRemote 1.0.6 allows for managing all miner filesystems as well as the local (CGRemote) filesystem in one application. You can navigate all miners in one window, or open as many windows as you need.
The Text Editor (background) and the Save As dialog window (foreground).