tinca wrote:Hi all,
we have finally reached another milestone.
We are now at position 1099. Lets hope that we do not slip back, as there are a lot of chasing teams that are going much faster than us.
Best regards Keith
MysticGold04 wrote:Just noticed that mint has a folding team. I suppose I'm going to renounce folding for Overclockers.com and switch over to the Mint team!! I'll do that when I get home tonight from work.
nixie21 wrote:What do i need to install to help out?
AndrewH wrote:I couldn't figure out how to install it, so I used Origami from the repositories. It said I installed Folding@Home successfully, but now I can't figure out how to run it. Or is it already running? /shrug
AndrewH wrote:Cool, "origami" is running FahCore_78.exe four times. I guess that means once for each processor.
rfurgy wrote:AndrewH wrote:Cool, "origami" is running FahCore_78.exe four times. I guess that means once for each processor.
I believe you are correct. The FahCore_a1 will do that as well. I've been running the Linux SMP v6.29 and have been getting a lot of Core_a3s which seem to utilize all processors/cores quite well with one process running.
Which reminds me. When I first got started, I didn't really get things set up like I wanted but at least got a foot in the door. You may just want to keep a watch on your production to start off with. Not sure if Origami monitors the folding client (sounded like it does), if not you can use a program like FahMon to check in on how things are going.
I'm assuming you set it up so you are folding for Team Linux Mint (76140) but mentioning it in case you didn't. If you did, you won't show up in the tracking servers till you finish a WU and the servers update following that. Another thing you might want to look into if you haven't already is a Passkey.
Hope it's going well.
Launch directory: /home/lucid/folding
Arguments: -./fah6 -smp -verbosity 9
[07:27:05] - Ask before connecting: No
[07:27:05] - User name: darco (Team 76140)
[07:27:05] - User ID not found locally
[07:27:05] + Requesting User ID from server
[07:27:05] - Getting ID from AS:
[07:27:05] Connecting to http://assign.stanford.edu:8080/
fah6: relocation error: /lib/libnss_files.so.2: symbol __rawmemchr, version GLIBC_2.2.5 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
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