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How to compile and use XMRig for Monero XMR RandomX Mining on Apple Silicon M1 Chip! To break this down some, you may want to install MacPorts to install any required deps including XCode to be able to install MacPorts etc. the `make -j$(sysctl -n hw.logicalcpu)` can be changed to just make -j8 to use all 8 of the Apple M1 cores to compile. After compiling successfully, essentially run XMRig like you usually would with your configuration to start mining XMR on Apple Silicon! git clone -b dev https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig.git mkdir xmrig/build && cd xmrig/scripts ./build.hwloc.sh && cd ../build cmake .. -DUV_INCLUDE_DIR=/opt/homebrew/include -DUV_LIBRARY=/opt/homebrew/lib/libuv.a -DOPENSSL_ROOT_DIR=/opt/homebrew/opt/openssl -DHWLOC_INCLUDE_DIR=../scripts/deps/include -DHWLOC_LIBRARY=../scripts/deps/lib/libhwloc.a make -j$(sysctl -n hw.logicalcpu)
How to run two 4k external monitors from a Macbook Pro M1 Big Sur. Basically you want 2 displayport cables, docking station and run displaylink drivers. About $210 for all this, but the dock does cleanup all the cables and can be hidden somewhere. List of what I used Targus USB-C Universal DV4K Docking Station with 100W Power (DOCK190USZ) https://amzn.to/36g3ach DisplayPort Cable,Capshi 4K DP Cable Nylon Braided -([email protected], [email protected]) Display Port Cable Ultra High Speed DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable 6.6ft for Laptop PC TV etc- Gaming Monitor Cable (Grey) https://amzn.to/39qE908 Displaylink Driver https://www.displaylink.com/downloads/macos Plug everything in. From Macbook use the included Targus cable, its a USB-C with screws that screws into the dock itself, then plug that cable into the Mac. Plug displayport cables from dock to monitors. Plug in your USB devices into the dock. The Mac will charge from the dock, so this frees up one of the 2 ports on the Macbook Pro. Pretty sweet. After downloading the displaylink driver, install it, then reboot the Mac. After reboot go into System Preferences -> Privacy -> Screen Recording and allow Displaylink. Now go into Display settings and it should detect your monitors. Switch source over to Displayport and magic, your Macbook Pro can now use more than 1 external monitor. Take that Apple. I assume this works on the Air and Mini, but I don't have those to test.