Linux and Mac users can use "dd" or any other tool to write RAW image to disk.
dd if=hive-xxx.img of=/dev/sdb bs=10M status=progress.
But be careful finding out output disk "of", use
fdisk -l to list your partitions.
After the image is flashed you will discover newly created drive in your system where you will be able to preconfigure rig with it's ID and password. Please find rig-config-example.txt on HIVE drive.
SSDs are much more reliable and advised to use in production environments.
If you want your USB flash drive please run
logs-off after installation.
Common booting problems forum thread.
ssh [email protected] from Linux or Mac. Windows users can use Putty ssh client.
Default password is "1".
Once you are in run
sudo -s to become root user. Start or stop miners, agent, etc only
from root user.
If you prefer graphic UI, VNC server is there for you.
Use VNC Viewer or any other VNC client to
connect to your IP address
There is a Shellinabox server running on the rig.
You may open
https://192.168.0.xxx:4200/ in browser and access shell from the web.
Default login is
And of course you can connect monitor to the first GPU in 16x slot if there some serious problems.
Security forum thread.
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It seems that you've plugged your monitor to the internal GPU on the motherboard.
Please connect it to the first external GPU, which is usually 16x port.
Yes, absolutely. The only thing you need to follow is to put NVIDIA in the first 16x
slot as the main GPU. Otherwise the X server will crash and there will be no OC for
You still can try iGPU to connect monitor. Or just boot without it and connect
through the network, but you'll have to know rig IP (printed at boot time also).
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