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i think everything else is good to go Digi. like i've said before, I've used the guide 4 times, and every time, it's been a success.

I think there should be a little note on the side that says what Langouste is and what it does. I jacked with it earlier and didn't realize it was actually helpful
post #122 of 771
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Originally Posted by Digigami View Post
Special thanks go out to mach1, as he helped me during initial writing and testing of the guide, and has been in here helping out alot too! Thanks mach1
No prob, buddy Helping with this guide was a great learning experience for me, too... I think we've uncovered enough tricks now to make this one the best guide available.
post #123 of 771
Ok, I got this running properly, but for some reason I can't get HFM to work.

I have it installed, it runs, but no clients update. The bar stays gray.

Nevermind, figured it out. TPF is 45min on stock 2500k, I'm impressed. I'm waiting on my new mobo to come in so I can actually OC this sexy thang.
Edited by darksun20 - 7/23/11 at 9:04pm
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That issue I mentioned before... still there. On a fresh VM of Ubuntu, and a native install of Linux Mint, even with the -smp 6 flag, TPF is quite high for normal SMP WUs.
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What's the rest of the story?
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This guide will never be made official if I don't get an answer!
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Jeeze z... what's the rest of the story? There's gotta be something up, because you're the only one who's noticed a problem that I've seen.
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Gotta ask a better question than that.

I installed the OS, followed the long guide, and once it started Folding (a normal SMP WU, even though 12 cores were detected), it was getting a TPF of about 14min (compared to about 3 normally). The "-smp 6" was being used.
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Run "top" in the terminal, what does it say for % of processor usage for fah?
 
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Yeah, about 98% normally.
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