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Message 1707 - Posted: 1 Aug 2007, 23:32:51 UTC - in response to Message 1706.  

Well, actually, I just changed the HR class on all Athlons to be equivalent to Athlon XPs. I'm not sure why that didn't occur to me before.

You can't think of everything. Consider us an extension of your brain, or your conscience. ;)

Er, rather, I change the HR class on all Athlon workunits to be equivalent to Athlon XPs. Anyway, yeah, thanks for all of the suggestions, guys.
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Message 1709 - Posted: 2 Aug 2007, 4:04:26 UTC - in response to Message 1706.  


Consider us an extension of your brain, or your conscience. ;)


Just remember that madness does not always howl. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "Hey, is there room in your head for one more?" :)

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Message 1712 - Posted: 2 Aug 2007, 22:19:22 UTC - in response to Message 1707.  

I am not sure me whether I understood.
Hmm.
And to this Pentium M with OS Linux, what does that meant? Now I have to wait for another Pentium M with OS Linux?
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Message 1713 - Posted: 2 Aug 2007, 22:38:23 UTC - in response to Message 1712.  

I am not sure me whether I understood.
Hmm.
And to this Pentium M with OS Linux, what does that meant? Now I have to wait for another Pentium M with OS Linux?


Whoa! You are in worse shape than I am in terms of Pending Results due to work units that are Unsent for validation! :(

At least my more recent results are getting validated, although the older results (over a week old) remain Pending because they are Unsent and thus cannot be validated.

Maybe it is time to get more Alpha testers signed up?

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Message 1714 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 0:07:53 UTC - in response to Message 1713.  

Maybe it is time to get more Alpha testers signed up?

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.
But, grmlgrmlgrml, so this for me:

Pink Floyd in the album "The Wall" ask this Question in the early 1980 in another way : "Is there anybody out there?"

Hello!? Linux? Pentium M? Cosmo? Together? Walk on?
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Message 1715 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 2:00:12 UTC - in response to Message 1714.  
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Maybe it is time to get more Alpha testers signed up?

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.
But, grmlgrmlgrml, so this for me:

Pink Floyd in the album "The Wall" ask this Question in the early 1980 in another way : "Is there anybody out there?"

Hello!? Linux? Pentium M? Cosmo? Together? Walk on?


Ok, I've been meaning to make my laptop dual-boot anyway. I'll do that in the morning and see what happens. (normally don't run Boinc on the laptop because it is just a 1.8GHz P4-M that generates more heat than results).


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Message 1722 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 18:27:45 UTC - in response to Message 1715.  
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Maybe it is time to get more Alpha testers signed up?

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.
But, grmlgrmlgrml, so this for me:

Pink Floyd in the album "The Wall" ask this Question in the early 1980 in another way : "Is there anybody out there?"

Hello!? Linux? Pentium M? Cosmo? Together? Walk on?


Ok, I've been meaning to make my laptop dual-boot anyway. I'll do that in the morning and see what happens. (normally don't run Boinc on the laptop because it is just a 1.8GHz P4-M that generates more heat than results).

OK- We've got one more P4-M Linux machine on-line (that took longer than I thought- had to re-size my windows partitions to free up enough room to install Linux also).

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Message 1726 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 20:13:14 UTC

My laptop is a Pentium M 770 running Ubuntu. I'm not going to have the ability to crunch any this weekend, but I'll put it to work on Monday.
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Message 1728 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 20:53:47 UTC - in response to Message 1722.  

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.


Hi ohiomike!
Great! And it seems to work.
wuid=330235
wuid=344979
I think that's it, isn't it? I love alpha!
This is a very very big point for you ohiomike! Yes indeed.



Hi Scott!
You also testing on wuid=329608?
Is there any statistic-link which contains CPU and OS? For alphas?
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Message 1729 - Posted: 3 Aug 2007, 21:01:03 UTC - in response to Message 1726.  
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Hi Scott!
My laptop is a Pentium M 770 running Ubuntu. I'm not going to have the ability to crunch any this weekend, but I'll put it to work on Monday.

Ah, ok, on Monday. I am strained. Have a nice weekend.
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Message 1763 - Posted: 6 Aug 2007, 1:28:13 UTC - in response to Message 1728.  

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.


Hi ohiomike!
Great! And it seems to work.
wuid=330235
wuid=344979
I think that's it, isn't it? I love alpha!
This is a very very big point for you ohiomike! Yes indeed.



Hi Scott!
You also testing on wuid=329608?
Is there any statistic-link which contains CPU and OS? For alphas?

Now that we're getting your pendings reduced, the next question is- is 193 still on-line? If it's not, I'll end up with a lot of pendings once I clean your cache out. (It looks like we only have your machine, Scott's, and mine).

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Message 1767 - Posted: 6 Aug 2007, 7:16:14 UTC - in response to Message 1763.  

Now that we're getting your pendings reduced, the next question is- is 193 still on-line? If it's not, I'll end up with a lot of pendings once I clean your cache out. (It looks like we only have your machine, Scott's, and mine).


You are right. 193 isn't on-line at the time. 193 is crunching for malaria. I think I'm going on-line again if there is another P-M-Linux. May be in a couple of weeks.

Thank you for
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Message 1780 - Posted: 6 Aug 2007, 15:10:19 UTC - in response to Message 1763.  

If it's not, I'll end up with a lot of pendings once I clean your cache out.


I have just seen that your last three WUs on 1528 are complete new. strangely, isn't it?.
I will try to catch them.

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Message 1793 - Posted: 7 Aug 2007, 8:41:16 UTC - in response to Message 1714.  

Maybe it is time to get more Alpha testers signed up?

Sigh! We love alpha. Hm. OK. I love alpha.
But, grmlgrmlgrml, so this for me:

Pink Floyd in the album "The Wall" ask this Question in the early 1980 in another way : "Is there anybody out there?"

Hello!? Linux? Pentium M? Cosmo? Together? Walk on?

Same way, looking for a pentium II under Linux ^^


733639 331229 31 Jul 2007 6:40:57 UTC 6 Aug 2007 16:45:56 UTC Over Success Done 91,454.38 32.04 pending
692705 329411 27 Jul 2007 7:30:23 UTC 30 Jul 2007 23:28:45 UTC Over Success Done 25,712.92 8.99 pending

There is two WU to complete one for 25,712 s and the other for 91,454 s

Who wants to do it ?-)
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Message 1798 - Posted: 7 Aug 2007, 13:07:02 UTC

Sounds like people should either put up a Wanted web site, or put it on eBay.

Wanted for reaching quorum on Cosmo, AMD x and Pentium y. ;-)
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Message 1802 - Posted: 7 Aug 2007, 16:25:32 UTC - in response to Message 1798.  

Sounds like people should either put up a Wanted web site, or put it on eBay.

Wanted for reaching quorum on Cosmo, AMD x and Pentium y. ;-)


Well, I guess it wouldn't be out of the question for me to put a live cd in my pentium M laptop- would that help? I need some help for my Linux Xeon 3220. It's got a lot of pending/unsent.
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Message 1803 - Posted: 7 Aug 2007, 17:24:04 UTC - in response to Message 1802.  

Well, I guess it wouldn't be out of the question for me to put a live cd in my pentium M laptop- would that help?

I don't think so. Since usually a live CD doesn't write anything to disk and BOINC is very difficult to handle on a RAMDisk. It can't write to client_state.xml so easily on that, or so I think I read. (Perhaps I read wrong).
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Message 1821 - Posted: 8 Aug 2007, 1:12:49 UTC - in response to Message 1803.  

Well, I guess it wouldn't be out of the question for me to put a live cd in my pentium M laptop- would that help?

I don't think so. Since usually a live CD doesn't write anything to disk and BOINC is very difficult to handle on a RAMDisk. It can't write to client_state.xml so easily on that, or so I think I read. (Perhaps I read wrong).


You are right. Cosmo won't give me any work on the laptop since I don't "have enough disk space allocated" with Live Ubuntu. Now maybe if I installed it on a usb drive...
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Message 1832 - Posted: 8 Aug 2007, 3:44:38 UTC

I don't think this should be a problem for much longer. The biggest roadblock to open beta is getting CAMB to work stand-alone. Since I've made a breakthrough in that department, I think we should be opening up within the next couple of weeks (maybe sooner, depending on my luck).

Once we have more users, HR should become less and less of an issue.
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Message 1843 - Posted: 8 Aug 2007, 15:50:19 UTC - in response to Message 1821.  

Well, I guess it wouldn't be out of the question for me to put a live cd in my pentium M laptop- would that help?

I don't think so. Since usually a live CD doesn't write anything to disk and BOINC is very difficult to handle on a RAMDisk. It can't write to client_state.xml so easily on that, or so I think I read. (Perhaps I read wrong).


You are right. Cosmo won't give me any work on the laptop since I don't "have enough disk space allocated" with Live Ubuntu. Now maybe if I installed it on a usb drive...

Especialy with the 700 MB checkpoint file I thinck ^^
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