The crypto mining software provider Cudo Miner has announced the release of its new operating system (OS), called CudoOS. The British company claims that the OS distribution kit will work as a “bare iron” version and provide miners with the ability to quickly and easily set up a new mining installation or restore a problematic installation by simply using a USB flash drive. ,
The new operating system can be quickly deployed to the target installation or run directly from an external hard disk. Cudo is not the first crypto mining software distributed as a ready-made operating system image, with alternatives such as SimpleMining OS (SMOS) and HiveOS.
However, Kudo believes that he has some new ideas. CudoOS includes all the features used by Cudo Miner users in its standard miner with a graphical user interface. This includes the ability to overclock your video card inside the application and automatically switch between the mining of the most profitable cryptographic devices. Miners can also hold or receive money in various cryptographic systems, including Bitcoins, Ethereum, Monero, Ravencoin. This is especially useful for those miners who have been watching the sharp increase in the price of Ravencoin over the past few weeks and want to keep Ravencoin while it continues to grow.
This latest software release follows a recent company update, in which Cudo Miner now supports Grin Coin, and includes new remote management features for the Cudo Miner web console, which allow users to monitor and manage any registered device, check its installation performance and schedule. earning a coin.
Moreover, the new version of CudoOS was designed to provide a more accurate calculation of the estimated income – the most accurate in the industry according to Cudo – which has been the subject of dissatisfaction with the mining community for some time, and many miners were disappointed with overpriced earning numbers on a number of different miners in the past.
Pete Hill, director of partnerships at Cudo Miner, commented: "We calculate profits based on actual shares received from the pool, not on the basis of the hashrate reported by the miner, which makes it the most accurate estimate of profit."
“Our community has stressed the importance of checking their installations. CudoOS offers a new way for miners to quickly set up or retool their rigs with everything they need, allowing them to spend time on what they like more, such as overclocking or following mining tips. ”
CudoOS is based on Linux Ubuntu 18.04, but is deprived of the possibility of mining with remote non-essential features and the pre-installed AMD and NVIDIA GPU drivers. The poor image is placed on a 4 GB USB drive, which, according to Kudo, can be connected to any mining installation based on Intel processors to start mining in a few minutes.
CudoOS can be downloaded from the Cudo Miner website, including all features, such as the simultaneous release of the Cudo Miner installer for Linux.