||A pool address and port like pool.minexmr.com:4444
||This is where you enter your chosen pool from step 2 on the home page.
||A 95 character wallet address.
||This is where you enter your wallet address from step 1 on the home page.
||Enter x or a custom worker ID
||This field is normally not used but some pools require the worker ID address to be entered here. Make sure you change the worker_id_location field if this is the case for you.
||none, ip (public IP address), compname (computer name), A custom worker ID
||Not all pools support this so make sure your pool does before using it. The ip and compname options are our favorites.
||address or password
||Some pools require the worker ID at the end of the address and some require it in the password field. This option is ignored when worker_id is set to none.
||Most people will never use this but if you’re familiar with CPUMiner-Multi, you can append options here.
||0 (Very Low), 1 (Low), 2 (Normal), 3 (Above Normal)
||If you run this script in always on mode, you may want to set this to 1 so that it doesn’t interfere with anything more important.
||true or false
||True will hide the miner window when it runs. False will show it. Set this to false to see everything in action.
||idle_on or always_on (typed just like that)
||idle_on will only run the miner when the user isn’t active. Always on will keep the miner running even if the process is killed.
||This field requires an integer in seconds. It specifies the amount of idle time before the miner should start. So if this field is set to 300, the miner won’t start till the mouse and keyboard have been inactive for 5 minutes.
||Name of the 32-bit miner executable.
||Most people won’t use this but if you need to change the name of the 32-bit miner, rename the exe and place that new name here. This can also be used to substitue a differen version of CPUMiner-Multi.
||Name of the 64-bit miner executable.
||Most people won’t use this but if you need to change the name of the 64-bit miner, rename the exe and place that new name here. This can also be used to substitue a differen version of CPUMiner-Multi.
||all or a number less than or equal to the number of cores your CPU has.
||Using all is a good option for maximum compatibility but if you have time to tweak your system. Less is sometimes more.