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I am kind of stuck but I am getting ready to start at it again for the day. My issues are I get a "file not found" message with the sudo apt-get install ia32-libs command and my .tgz folder does not have a mpiexec file inside it. I will keep working and look to find what I am doing wrong, and I will look for the sensor. If things went smoothly it would not be any fun.
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I am kind of stuck but I am getting ready to start at it again for the day. My issues are I get a "file not found" message with the sudo apt-get install ia32-libs command and my .tgz folder does not have a mpiexec file inside it. I will keep working and look to find what I am doing wrong, and I will look for the sensor. If things went smoothly it would not be any fun.


Just type in sensors not sensor
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I am trying to follow this guide (sorry guys it is from EVGA)http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m...e=1&print=true
The problem is I do not know the proper process for hand typing it in and I do not know what is meant to "copy and paste from menu". I am always getting the word "type" when I try and do a select all and if I hand type it in I get a message that -p is a bad command.

At least I am getting what I want, some experience with how to work the terminal command line but now I am asking for help.
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I see why you are having trouble with copy and paste. You already have Linux installed. This is musky's guide over at hard folding follow these steps and Just copy and paste the commands. into the terminal window.

5. Places - Home Folder. Create a new folder called fah (Right-click - Create Folder)
6. Right-click on the new folder - Sharing Options - Check the Share This Folder checkbox - it will prompt you to install a package, let it install. It will want you to restart your session, don't yet. Cllick Cancel on the sharing box.
7. Reboot the machine. When you log back in, go back to Places - Home Folder, right-click your fah folder and select Sharing options, and check all three checkboxes. You will get something about adding permissions, click OK.
8. Open a terminal (Applications - Accessories - Terminal) and type:

Code:
cd fah
wget "http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/FAH6.34-Linux64-SMP.exe"
mv FAH6*.* fah6
chmod 755 fah6
10. Run F@H config:
Code:
./fah6 -configonly
Enter all your stuff. I add the -smp -bigadv flags in the configuration to prevent having to make a shortcut with them, but to each his or her own.
11. Install BFS if needed (Post #3)
12. Run F@H:
Code:
./fah6
The complete guide is here http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1601608
Edited by Grandpa_01 - 6/9/11 at 6:29pm
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Grandpa,when typing in terminal how do I move from one line to the next without hitting "enter"? For example I type cd fah, then you want me to type on the next line the wget address,I ask how do I move the cursor from the cd fah line to the wget line without hitting enter? I am sure you are laughing but I do not see how to do this.

OK: I see in this circumstance just have this page open on one side of the screen and do a normal copy and paste over to the terminal.
Edited by PCCstudent - 6/9/11 at 6:40pm
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You got it now copy and paste.
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Well Grandpa this is not working either. I made the folder,did the reboot,set the permissions,copied and pasted step 8, hit enter, then at new prompt I copied and pasted step 10 (into a terminal session) and the result is bash: ./fah6: no such file or directory.

If I was on a windows machine I would be looking at where step 8 downloaded to and look for the executable file. Are my problems related to what level I am in terminal? should I be in "root" ? I am looking for ways to figure this out.

EDIT: well I seem to have the FAH6.34 downloaded but it is like I do not have Ubuntu correctly configured to work with the program. I do not seem to have the correct program to open the file and I am not entring the permissions correctly to work with the file. This is definitly a case where I would like to be looking over someones shoulder. I can understand how people say it is not just a stick with it and you will figure it out. I managed to do so much with windows but so little with Ubuntu.I have figured out how to get into root and am doing all work in root as of now. I figure you have to break a few eggs to make an omlete.
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Well Grandpa this is not working either. I made the folder,did the reboot,set the permissions,copied and pasted step 8, hit enter, then at new prompt I copied and pasted step 10 (into a terminal session) and the result is bash: ./fah6: no such file or directory.

If I was on a windows machine I would be looking at where step 8 downloaded to and look for the executable file. Are my problems related to what level I am in terminal? should I be in "root" ? I am looking for ways to figure this out.

EDIT: well I seem to have the FAH6.34 downloaded but it is like I do not have Ubuntu correctly configured to work with the program. I do not seem to have the correct program to open the file and I am not entring the permissions correctly to work with the file. This is definitly a case where I would like to be looking over someones shoulder. I can understand how people say it is not just a stick with it and you will figure it out. I managed to do so much with windows but so little with Ubuntu.I have figured out how to get into root and am doing all work in root as of now. I figure you have to break a few eggs to make an omlete.
I am trying to figure out what you mean by a new prompt do you mean a new terminal window pooped up. And did you skip step 9, No you do not need to be in root. Unfortunately I do not know what you did prior to my instructions we may need to start over from the beginning.
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....this is not working either.
Copy all the text in the Terminal window and post it so that someone can see exactly what you are doing.
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New prompt means after I completed step 8 I hit "enter" and started step 10 at a "new prompt". Perhaps I should not have hit enter after copying and pasting step 8, what do you say about this? In other words, how many times and when do I hit "enter"? We will just take this as it comes, no stress, remember the old saying that things you learn when working from adversity will stay with you longer.

I did take a bit of a Linux break and am working on some active directory stuff. I do not know if it is good or bad to split stuff up but that is how it goes. To make up for having my smp folder down like this I started up a 275 gpu, that ought to take up some slack.

Now posting my failed terminal window, how is that done with Ubuntu? remember I have to learn all the stuff we take for granted on a windows machine.
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