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Seeing SetiClassic off in style!

Discussion in 'TOSAH Archive' started by Sammael, Nov 13, 2005.

  1. VeNT

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    wow he's not here!
     
  2. Berserker

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    It's called doing 'work' :o :)

    I uploaded 9.

    I'll resume and hope for the best. I've got them backed up anyway.
     
  3. VeNT

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    cool
     
  4. happytechie

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    Hmmmm it looks like most of the reults that I uploaded this morning were duplicates :(

    It's a right royal pita to be honest, I'll have to shut my server down tomorrow for Christmas as well as I'm not back in the office till early Jan :D

    oh well only 4 days to go....

    HT
     
  5. Biffa

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    Seems the dupes get counted anyway from what I can tell
     
  6. VeNT

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    looks it, it just messes with my Q
     
  7. happytechie

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    my totals are going up, just not fast enough for my liking...

    HT
     
  8. Biffa

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    Yeah I did the thing zerker reccomended, just shut the queue service down, searched for ini files with "=-66" in them and then deleted them, then deleted the files without matching ini files. Started the queue up and bobs yer auntie. :D
     
  9. happytechie

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    I thought that bob was only an auntie at the weekend?

    HT
     
  10. Whitestar

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    Now this is going to sound like a really stupid question, but here goes.

    On linux, will it be faster using the linux CLI or using the windows CLI under wine?
     
  11. BillytheImpaler

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    Use the native Linux client, it's faster than the Windows client across the board, especially with VLAR WUs.
     
  12. happytechie

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  13. BillytheImpaler

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    Mr. Berserker, just to let you know so you don't torch my WUs, I'm SCLARK1-PC2 and also BEAST on your public Q. One is my station at work and the other is my Xeon box from home. Cheers for babysitting all our WUs. It looks like I'll have my 5k tiffy in the next day or two.
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2005
  14. Whitestar

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    Can i use the i386 client on xeons or do i have to use the i686 one?
     
  15. BillytheImpaler

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    I've been using the i386 client. Hmm. Shall I test it out?

    Now that I've looked, I see that the only i686 client is 3.08. 3.08 is far slower than 3.03 so don't use it.
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2005
  16. Whitestar

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    Ill change it over tomorrow. I wasnt sure if the i386 client would work, but if you're running it without any trouble ill change over.
     
  17. Berserker

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    I figured that out, but thanks. :)
     
  18. BillytheImpaler

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    Better safe than torched! :D
     
  19. mark128

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    Hey, does anyone have version 3.03 of seti for linux. I can only find 3.08 on the downloads page and that version is slow thanks to borkeley
     
  20. BillytheImpaler

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    Is it the first one on the list?