Step 1: Install Raspbian on an SD card or micro SD card depending on which model Raspberry Pi you have. Slot it into the Raspberry Pi.
Step 2: Plug one side of the HDMI cable into the Raspberry Pi and the other side into your display.
Step 3: Power up your Raspberry Pi and install the Raspbian OS. (You can just use the NOOBS package on an SD card)
Step 4: Configure your settings and login. Default Username: Pi
Default Password: raspberry
Step 5: You will see a terminal. Type: startx
Step 6: Plug in your Wifi USB and configure a wifi connection.
Step 7: Plug in your USB Hub.
Step 8: Prepare your USB Fan.
Step 9: Make a mining pool account, I'll be using slush's pool as an example, and bitcoin wallet.
Step 11: Open Terminal. Type these commands:
sudo apt-get update
autoconf autogen libtool uthash-dev libjansson-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libusb-dev libncurses-dev git-core –y
git clone https:
Step 12: Plug in ASIC USB Chip and cool it with your usb fan.
Step 13: run these last commands.
Step 14: If your USB is not detected type (type these separately):
if still not detected replace "auto" with "all"
Warning: You may want to update bfgminer to the latest version as different version use different commands, I am using the latest one so far: 5.4.1
Very interesting...In kc477’s comment, you said you didn’t have enough time to maintain it. Couldn’t you plug the raspberry pi in and leave it running?