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SMP flag question.

post #1 of 5
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Can you put a -oneunit flag on a SMP client that already has -SMP -bigadv -verbosity 9 flags and if so, does it matter where I put it? Or can I just remove all of the flags and just add the -oneunit flag? I'm trying to stop my SMP client from downloading another Wu so that I can start folding in Ubuntu instead of Windows 7. So I guess to clarify, what I'm asking is what should I end up with as my flags to obtain these results? I know I need to restart the client afterwards.

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post #2 of 5
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Originally Posted by lawrencendlw View Post
Can you put a -oneunit flag on a SMP client that already has -SMP -bigadv -verbosity 9 flags and if so, does it matter where I put it? Or can I just remove all of the flags and just add the -oneunit flag? I'm trying to stop my SMP client from downloading another Wu so that I can start folding in Ubuntu instead of Windows 7. So I guess to clarify, what I'm asking is what should I end up with as my flags to obtain these results? I know I need to restart the client afterwards.

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Nathan
Im pretty sure it wont matter where it goes but to be sure, remove the other flags and insert the -oneunit flag.
post #3 of 5
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So just put the -oneunit flag and remove all the rest? Then restart the client and let it finish?

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post #4 of 5
just add it to the end.
post #5 of 5
either should work
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