Folding@Home Cboard team?

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    I'm sooo going to blow you all away by about noon or a little after today... both my computer and my wife's computer are working on 2500 WUs and they're both scheduled to finish today.

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    Anyone know how I can change the options in the console without reinstalling it? I waited until it finished the last WU so I could -config it, but it never game me a chance to type before moving on to "Finishing a Frame (1)" etc.
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    I'm sure you could download the GUI version and control it that way. I don't know squat about the console version, however. Did you look at the FAQ on their site?

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    Yea I did, it tells you the commands, but not what you need to do to type them in. I'mk nearing the point of going GUI, but I don't want the graphics or other nuicances that come with it.
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    The GUI isn't that annoying... hell, I never even see it unless I want to. It's just a tray icon with features to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermi3
    Yea I did, it tells you the commands, but not what you need to do to type them in. I'mk nearing the point of going GUI, but I don't want the graphics or other nuicances that come with it.
    try running it with the --config switch... I forgot exactly what it was called, but I do remember there being a switch to configure and run, and another to run only (using the latest *nix version)

    clarification: I think once it's running it's running... the only way to configure it is before it starts... as in you stop it and restart it with a switch.
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    I was using the GUI version but my fullscreen apps kept on losing focus to it. So now I'm using the console version.

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    Argg...anyone got project p1476_tet_2nm? It's obscene...126006 atoms and 125 frames (the project website says 100, but it's lying). Sure, it's worth 364 points, but it'll take more than 23 days to run on my machine.

    [edit] My bad...apparently the GUI version is lying about the estimated time to finish until it finishes the first couple frames or so. Looks like it'll only take 43 hours.
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    I just joined as kriserickson. I don't know how much I believe in the usefulness of this, but I am bored
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    I just found a (semi) GUI version for you KDE users out there...

    http://members.shaw.ca/khessels/kfolding/index.html

    it still runs the console version, but it also has a nice applet you can put on your taskbar that shows it's progress... it also (supposedly - see below) has something like the windows GUI version, where it draws the molecule you're computing.

    below: That part isn't working on my system--it comes up, but the options are all greyed out and the window doesn't render anything at all. but the progress bar applet is working.

    edit: it probably does work, but I f'ed something up and OpenGL isn't working on my box...
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    I think this thing is losing steam. I was gone for 4 full days with my computer off and no one has replaced me as #1. What is going on?? Where is your dedication, people?

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    Dude, you started way before us. Anyhow, jawib seems to be on fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ober
    I think this thing is losing steam. I was gone for 4 full days with my computer off and no one has replaced me as #1. What is going on?? Where is your dedication, people?
    recently I've been out of it... for 3 days I was busy installing and configuring a new OS (on the same box), so progress just wasn't... but now I have FAH loaded on both OS's, and I seem to be able to spend enough time on them to get work done for it... I just completed two units recently...
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    I haven't been at my house for over a week (view my site tomorrow or something for more updates, pictures and things, wheee). But yah, I don't even know if my computer's even on or not...but I've been setting up F@H on all these lan computers, hahahaha!

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