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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-06-30 2:04 PM
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It's still not sending units?

Edit: Seti page doesn't say anything about an outage at this time: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/
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Yoldering Page Icon Posted 2006-06-30 6:06 PM
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ok it works now. I had it on snooze

Edited by Yoldering 2006-06-30 6:07 PM
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-06-30 7:34 PM
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ROFL, classic.

Happy processing.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2006-08-17 9:50 PM
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Okay, I am now officially processing the thing on Boinc 5.4.11 on Windows again after not doing it for a few months..
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Yoldering Page Icon Posted 2006-08-17 11:22 PM
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Hey, welcome back to SETI!
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torch Page Icon Posted 2006-08-22 7:14 PM
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Thanks.. Also, if I can get internet on my Mac G3 from my PC, I could do both at the same time ..
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Would it be feasible to make a seti at home client that ran on a handheld only when its plugged in? My devices are plugged in 80 % of the time doing nothing and have a combined processing power of like 600 mhz.
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2007-06-24 4:11 PM
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Of course it would be possible, you would have to get hold of the BOINC source and port it across to CE, give the device(s) Internet connectivity and it would be advisable to turn the screens off as well.
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PocketDVD Page Icon Posted 2007-06-24 6:42 PM
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your best bet would be to stick linux on the devices and run a commandline seticlient. Boinc is mainly a gui, but there are plenty commandline clients for various linuxes. Not sure how well they would port to arm/xscale/mips processors, but thats something that the linux dev guys here might be able to help with.
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It would seem to me that throwing linux on the machine would be dedicating it to seti at home. Does throwing lunix on an hpc slow it down at all(it runs ontop of the hpc gui right?)
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2007-06-25 6:05 AM
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Not on-top of the GUI, it in essence exists symbiotically with CE. CE starts, linux initialises, linux drops CE from RAM, linux moves into RAM, CE is no more. It runs between RAM and a CF, so in some ways there is little difference, while in others (CF operations) it is slower. A modern linux kernel would (should) however have more optimised CPU timings, so theoretically at least could run faster!

PocketDVD's idea is a good one, there used to be a CMD client for Win32, if a similar one existed for BOINC then with the right skill it could be ported to CE 2.11+'s CMD shell.
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