Mining Monero on Kali Linux (updated)
In this blog post i’m going to explain to you how you can setup Monero (XMR, trade on binance) mining on Kali Linux. I found some other blog posts about this, and then had some errors along the way. Instead of searching these other blog posts to correct these errors, i will save you the trouble and combine these posts into one. So let’s go.
Step 1, monero miner
Get the miner software, since this is the most important step to begin with i guess:
git clone https://github.com/OhGodAPet/cpuminer-multi.git
now cd into the directory:
Then you can try the command
and you could be lucky to run without any errors. If you see errors, it’s probably the same errors that I had. So here is what I did.
Step 2, install dependencies
The errors you got are probably because you’re missing some dependencies for the install process. Run this command:
sudo apt-get install libmicrohttpd-dev libssl-dev cmake build-essential libhwloc-dev
When these packages are installed run the command:
If you see errors like this:
Then run the command:
sudo apt-get install pkg-config
. Once this package is installed run the
again. This time you should be good to go.
Then run this command:
sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev
. Now run the
AGAIN and then the
This should now run without errors. So the last command I used was:
Once this process is done you are ready for step 3
Step 3, running the monero miner
Good job, everything is set to go now so lets mine some monero right.
Run this command:
./minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.com:3333 -u 423oexYoeRxFBS5ffJByLfK1DJoat71oES7E8o3UvZZxEe6sbFAAK3Q5h1RXzaTBdPEVxFQqM7FfWei8Gw3Vbh8a5mNoCcc -p x
Another way, and definitely easier is to install Minergate. This is a installer and you just need one click to let it mine. And you can even choose other coins other the Monero, like Ethereum, Dash and Zcash. Check this post for more details.