It is possible that your antivirus has deleted the cpuminer-dodo.exe file.
In the terminal, type "dir", you will see the list of files into the current directory. You can check of course, with your file explorer.
In general, cpuminers are not developed for Mac. However, it is possible to work around this limitation using virtualization. To do so, you can use Docker. LWOS has published an image for cpuminer-dodo.
Docker is available for Linux, Windows and Mac. This has only been tested on Linux.
The main topic has been updated about Docker and cpuminer-dodo with Mac.
Linux users are so rare (2) that I have not really developed this part here.
What are you talking about? cpuminer-opt? cpuminer-multi? cpuminer-dodo?
What linux are you using? 32 bits or 64 bits?
Modern processor? (AVX2 support)
Only for Kikoo, yes. (Kikoo is very special)
You can mine all coin if you want (you can see players are already mining several coins at the same time).
You can use several computers if you want, no problem.
You can mine for other players (friends). Just change your username in the command line.
You command line is still not correct. Missing the // in the stratum address.
-a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp:pool.littleworldofsatoshi.com:50020 -q -t 1 -u airtondance
Correct command line:
-a yescryptr16 -o stratum+tcp://pool.littleworldofsatoshi.com:50020 -q -t 1 -u airtondance
No need to open several GUI, one is enough. You can launch several cpuminers with it.
With your file explorer, go into the directory where cpuminer-sleepy is.
Then, in the address bar of the file explorer, type "cmd"
A command prompt window will open.
Then, into this window, type:
cpuminer-sleepy -a sha256d -o stratum+tcp://pool.littleworldofsatoshi.com:50070 -q -t 1 -u Willy