first thing : You need a plot that was generated for your own account (just like on solo mining)
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CreepSky's CPU/GPU miner (Windows):  << alternative 

For creepMiner just use: >>>>>>>>>>>>> mining.conf <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


For jminer GPU miner (Windows/Linux/Mac) just use:

Blago's CPU miner (Windows):

For Blago Miner just use: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> miner.conf <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


CreepSky's CPU miner 1.6.0 and above (best Linux Burst miner) :

For creepMiner just use:
"urls" : {
"miningInfo" : "",
"submission" : "",
"wallet" : ""
Also good information for compiling under linux is here:

I use CentOS 7. It comes with gcc 4.8 (CentOS focuses on stability), but it is quite easy to get newer versions runing using the Software Collections. Here I show how to compile creepMiner starting from a clean minimal CentOS 7 instalation:

# update the system & reboot
sudo yum -y update && sudo reboot

#Install Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux
sudo yum -y install epel-release

# install git
sudo yum -y install git

# download creepminer
git clone

# install poco libraries
sudo yum -y install poco-*

# install openssl headers
sudo yum -y install openssl-devel

# Here is the trick to get gcc 5.3.1 working

# Install Software Collections ( It gives you
# the power to build, install, and use multiple versions of software
# on the same system, without affecting system-wide installed packages.
sudo yum -y install centos-release-scl

# Add the Devtoolset-4 collection, which includes gcc 5.3.1
sudo yum -y install devtoolset-4

# to start using software collections, just run
# $ scl enable devtoolset-4 bash
# and you get a "virtual" environment which includes gcc 5.3.1:
# $ gcc --version
# That's all. Type "exit" to exit the environment...

# Compile CreepMiner:
cd creepMiner
echo make | scl enable devtoolset-4 -