Originally Posted by onoz
Yo yo yo. Good news! I just came back from a long weekend and it looks like my rig was able to finish it's first bigadv. It's at 80% for it's second one.
Bad news though... I need to work on a few school projects this week, and my folding rig is also my main rig...
How much will the TPF increase if I do photoshop work on it for a few hours per day?
Photoshop was freakishly slow, so I closed the terminal that showed my bigadv thingy, and now i don't know how to start folding again. It was at 80%. I'm not going to lose it am I?! I tried to go to my /fah folder and double-clicking 'fah6', but it doesn't do anything. Please help me!
Ah, didn't see your EDIT earlier - as it was done after my post...
You shouldn't lose it (especially if you either use the backup app, or just copy the folder) unless you've got the -config flag set in your startup script/etc..
Which OS are you running, if you're in M$ [as your sig shows] then you should be able to click your shortcut (create one now if you haven't already done this!
) to get it going....or just right-mouse drag the EXE file and select "Create shortcut", then edit that shortcut to include the other flags ("-bigadv", -smp x", etc)...
If you're running in *nix (as the fact that you referred to it as "fah6", then you should be able to run the script again - or open a terminal, navigate to the Folding directory and then run it from the CLI; something like:
./fah6 -smp 8 -bigadv -verbosity 9
~/F@H/SMP//fah6 -smp 8 -bigadv -verbosity 9
Bear in mind that I'm just going from memory, but it is something similar to that...