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  1. #61
    jdblitz
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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by striderf1:
    YEA, I am moving more units than anyone else on speedguide.net! I think we should have a competition of who can move the most units. More units moved= that much closer to saving a life. I've had it running non stop since I dled it yesterday, and I'll probably run it 24x7 for months at a time. since I have a athlon 700 with 384 ram, I notice zero speed decrease. I hope everyone else stars using thing all the time.</font>

    actually I move more, if you just type in speedguide.net you will see I have 28 that i lost and I am only 4 behind you homey. p3 850E @ 1020 256MB 24x7. And when I get in my house, I'll set up my cele 450 96MB, my 366laptop, my 266 laptop both with 128MB 1 p 150 and a 486 66. heheheh i oughta get one a day from the 486. lol. in last 24 hours I have cranked out 45 but thats only kuz I shut it down when I game and I was goofin with the puter a bit so it wasnt runnin the whole time, probably only bout 20 hours total.

  2. #62
    jdblitz
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    errr, scratch that, im only 2 behind you now, and closing, gimme 3 hours and I'll pass ya. heheh.

    and temps holding solid at 32.5C

    geez this case mod is workin out! woot
    just need to get my 120mm hole cut up top so its not hangin up front in my 5 1/4 bays. heh I got the website updated check it out


    [This message has been edited by jdblitz (edited 01-27-2001).]

  3. #63
    John
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    I take it you can only run one console at a time?

  4. #64
    jdblitz
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    yeah less you have nt and dual processor system

  5. #65
    Charlie
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    Hey John,

    I've read that you can run 2-3 With a program called Neptune and Pearl run time files. I'll try to find that post again


    Charlie

    It's some were in here that I read it But it was 3 tis morn.
    http://www.dslreports.com/forum/folding

    [This message has been edited by Charlie (edited 01-27-2001).]

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    John
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    Thanks guys, I will look into it.

  7. #67
    striderf1
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    since my computer can handle 1 console no problem, i would also be interested in running 3 or 4 consoles at a time, let me know if you guys find any specific links. i went to dslreports forum and i can't find it.

  8. #68
    Charlie
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    Getting close .....Found a link to Neptune

    http://www.teameggroll.com/addons.html


    Charlie
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    Ok on this page is Neptune and a link to pearl Now I just have to find the post that explains How To Do This

    [This message has been edited by Charlie (edited 01-27-2001).]

  9. #69
    striderf1
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    good job so far Charlie, i hope you find out how to run more than 1 at a time, i still can't figure it out.

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    Prey521
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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by DarthHen:
    Who has the SETI@home thing running at the same time here??
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    SETI's a waste of time and resources!!!!!!!!



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    Charlie
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    Still looking......
    Ok what I remember from last nite (this is killing me I can't find it).........

    I need to find that program Pearl for windows
    get that installed......then install that Neptune Program and configure that to run with fold@home

    It's sorta like seti spy and seti driver but for Folding @home....

    Pearl for windows is a program that you install in windows....And it lets you run programs that were made for Linux...Been around for awhile so it should be stable.

    Charlie

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    EvilAngel
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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by -Knine-:
    I'm in Knine (Speedguide.net Team)

    tekelberry: in console ctrl+c stops the program and will exit or let you close the window.


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    DUDE!! I LOVE your SIG!! SWEET!


  13. #73
    striderf1
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    Charlie, could you explain in detail how it will work when you get hte programs? i don't know what programs do what and how it will intertwine.

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    Charlie
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    Charlie
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    Ok .....From what I've found so far Need to download Pearl for windows........PEARL is a Linux Program that you install in windows.....It lets you run programs in Windows that were meant for linux........It's been around for awhile so it should be pretty stable......Then you download Neptune

    Neptune
    &lt;http://www.teameggroll.com/dev/neptune/neptune.zip&gt;
    Another application to make life a bit easier. Because folding@home work units cannot be cached and queued, and the folding@home server is not the most reliable server, I wrote Neptune, an app that creates multiple directories and instances of folding@home, thereby slowing down the processing of work units, without precisely caching them. The app was named after Neptunes, a personality in the Ars Technica Distributed Computing Forum

    &lt;http://www.teameggroll.com/arstechnica.infopop.net/OpenTopic/page?q=Y&a=frm&s=50009562&f=122097561&gt;
    , who came up with the original idea of running multiple instances of folding. I have yet to use this program extensively myself, however, I will begin using it myself, as I have a laptop that is only connected some of the time. If you bug &lt;mailto:hanser@teameggroll.com&gt; for any more additional information or anything, I will break your legs. You have been warned.
    Known Bugs:
    When running Neptune for the first time, the client.cfg is not copied correctly. This results in all work units being credited to cs-sdk, a default account for all untraceable work units. I am working on this now, please give me a bit of time.
    In the works:


    This gives some more info.

    http://www.dslreports.com/forum/rema...ding;mode=flat

    Charlie


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    striderf1
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    ok, i never downloaded perl or anything, but i got neptune to work(by renaming a file), kinda. i can answer all the questions correctly, but when it asks me how many instances do i want to run, i say 2, and it will bring up 2 windows of the original neptune program, not folding@home. how do i get it to bring up f@h?

  17. #77
    Charlie
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    Rename Folding.....to fah.exe

    click this link it's 4 posts down

    http://www.dslreports.com/forum/rema...ding;mode=flat


    Charlie

  18. #78
    striderf1
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    ok i figured it out.

  19. #79
    Charlie
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    More Q&A for Fold@Home.......

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/folding-at-home/messages/


    Charlie

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    striderf1
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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Charlie:
    More Q&A for Fold@Home.......

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/folding-at-home/messages/


    Charlie
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    The yahoo BBS sucks, Its impossible to navigate

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