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So, bout 38min TPF. What project are you running and with what hardware?

Still works for me, but in the OP I think there was a "chmod +x somefilename" with a capital X which didn't work may have been changed though.

Edit: No, still there in step 13 of the final steps if the pictorial guide. It says "chmod +X corefix.sh" should be "chmod +x corefix.sh"
Edited by arvidab - 7/9/11 at 6:57am
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Not sure of the project..didn't look this morning, but it's my 2600k rig.
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Originally Posted by Grandpa_01;14152806 
Umm I do not know if it is still there but there was a command that was misspelled, you better go fix it before Z finds it.
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Originally Posted by arvidab;14157015 
Still works for me, but in the OP I think there was a "chmod +x somefilename" with a capital X which didn't work may have been changed though.

Edit: No, still there in step 13 of the final steps if the pictorial guide. It says "chmod +X corefix.sh" should be "chmod +x corefix.sh"

Good eyes there fellas! Hopefully the error arvidab identified, and I have now fixed is the same you saw Grandpa? I had a look over it and couldn't find any other mistakes.. But please, if anyone does find any more do let me know!
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Originally Posted by Digigami;14158706 
Good eyes there fellas! Hopefully the error arvidab identified, and I have now fixed is the same you saw Grandpa? I had a look over it and couldn't find any other mistakes.. But please, if anyone does find any more do let me know!

I beleve in the begining there is also a place where it says mdkir fah and I believe it should be mkdir fah. wink.gif
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Wow!! I get home and im on project 2685....and 13 hours its only on 25% complete...thats a small project right? It says it recognizes 12 cores...
post #66 of 771
Sounds about right to me. I'm seeing 51 min TPF on a 6903 right now, which is a big bigadv. I think 2685 is a regular bigadv, though I don't think I ever got one.

Edit: I did get one a month ago. Saw an average TPF of 37:14 (probably because I was gaming or something).
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Originally Posted by audioxbliss;14160002 
Sounds about right to me. I'm seeing 51 min TPF on a 6903 right now, which is a big bigadv. I think 2685 is a regular bigadv, though I don't think I ever got one.

Edit: I did get one a month ago. Saw an average TPF of 37:14 (probably because I was gaming or something).

Ah I see. So I guess folding on Linux doesn't upload your PPD every 3 hours or such that appear on extreme folding?
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Originally Posted by Grandpa_01;14159442 
I beleve in the begining there is also a place where it says mdkir fah and I believe it should be mkdir fah. wink.gif

doh.gif Thanks Grandpa, no idea how I missed that one! Fixed.
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Wow!! I get home and im on project 2685....and 13 hours its only on 25% complete...thats a small project right? It says it recognizes 12 cores...

Hm.. sounds maybe a bit slow? I'm not sure exactly what you should be getting with your setup.. The best way to compare it to know values is by the TPF - Time per frame average. If you have HFM or another monitoring program setup it should tell you.
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Ah I see. So I guess folding on Linux doesn't upload your PPD every 3 hours or such that appear on extreme folding?

EOC stats update every 3 hours, but only include work units you have finished and uploaded and have been accepted. You will see the one you are working on now on there after it is finished, and the stats page has updated.
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Originally Posted by Digigami;14152518 
frown.gif that's not good.. if you haven't gotten it sorted out yet, I'd like you to go into the terminal, cd /home/username/fah and then enter, then type ./corefix.sh and then copy and paste what it says into some code tags, either in here or you can PM me and we'll figure out what it's doin
Thanks, I fixed after reading the following quote:
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Originally Posted by arvidab;14157015 
No, still there in step 13 of the final steps if the pictorial guide. It says "chmod +X corefix.sh" should be "chmod +x corefix.sh"

I was so afraid of typos, I copied and pasted all your commands. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Wr3ckin_Cr3w;14159545 
Wow!! I get home and im on project 2685....and 13 hours its only on 25% complete...thats a small project right? It says it recognizes 12 cores...

I get 30:something on my X6@3.8GHz for p2685, you should get a bit (a lot) better than that.
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Thanks, I fixed after reading the following quote:


I was so afraid of typos, I copied and pasted all your commands. tongue.gif

Good that you fixed it.
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