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post #41 of 93
found this link and some info on what is going on with the LHC
http://tvnz.co.nz/technology-news/higgs-boson-reality-chimera-next-year-show-4454057

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post #42 of 93
some info about LHC and what they are up to and that every little bit of crunching helps smile.gif
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Dr. Peter Skands, science project leader of T4T, is interviewed by the BBC
Dear all,

Dr. Peter Skands, the science project leader of the project, and the former CMS spokesman Jim Virdee have been interviewed by the BBC Radio 4. You can listen the interview in this link. Enjoy!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0184v33

Regards,

The team!

please remember that this project is still in its infinity and is still being developed smile.gif
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post #43 of 93
I wouldn't mind running another LHC 2.0 client, but I am not really interested in the Linux thing at the moment. Not really interested in paying for another copy of windows either.

I do have XP virtual mode on my Win 7 box. Can I install virtual box inside virtual PC and run LHC 2.0? Seems heretical or something, but wondering if anyone had tried it?
post #44 of 93
The answer to my question is no. When I run virtual PC, it crashes virtual box. LOL
post #45 of 93
Hi everyone some more news from Test4Theory@Home, and there is an update for VirtualBox, it's 4.1.8 and as of yet i have had no issues with it smile.gif

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Evaluating and stimulating learning and creativity in projects like T4T
Hi!

I'd like your feedback on the following idea.

With colleagues at the Citizen Cyberscience Centre, we are preparing a proposal for an EC project to evaluate and stimulate learning and creativity in citizen cyberscience projects.

Basically, volunteers like you do a lot of great work in projects like T4T. Sometimes what you do is very creative. And by participating, some of you also learn new skills.

So the idea is to find ways to measure and validate your creative contributions and your learning, and improve the software that allows you to do that. For example, this could be by introducing transferable badges or other forms of 'education credit' that could be used more widely – maybe even transferred to University credits or used in CVs in some cases.

What do you think of that idea?

Just so you know, we'd like to include any useful feedback in the proposal, to illustrate that volunteers actually care about this sort of issue and have good ideas and suggestions about how to handle it.

Thanks in advance

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post #46 of 93
I'm still waiting for the news that they got off their bunz and made a native (no VM required) BOINC project to run on Linux or Windows...

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post #47 of 93
Still waiting on some work for their "sixpack" WUs. Used to run a virtual box back when you needed it to run -bigadv for Folding. So if I get some time, I may give this a run if they have readily available work for it.
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post #48 of 93
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Still waiting on some work for their "sixpack" WUs. Used to run a virtual box back when you needed it to run -bigadv for Folding. So if I get some time, I may give this a run if they have readily available work for it.

24/7 work has never been a problem, well so far. . . . . and it only takes a few minutes to set up and your off smile.gif
the only problem is you can only run one task per computer, but that can be a good thing
the virtual machine in side the computer is controlled by the people at Test4Theory@Home, it's their direct link to your computer, this allows them to run and change tasks when they see fit and is a more stable way to run the tasks
LHC@home or sixtrack is there to make improvements to the LHC and how it works so there may sometimes not be work
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NEWS FROM Test4Theory@Home smile.gif
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Viewing the simulation output of your virtual machine
Dear all,

We have been working pretty hard to give you an interesting tool to see what is going on in your virtual machine. Nowadays everything is web based and with the introduction of HTML5, new exciting and high end applications are blooming every day.

In T4T we love these technologies as they are open source and widely spread in modern, free and open source web browsers like Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

For these reasons, we have created a web application that will be installed in the virtual machine BOINC_VM and that will allow you to see the progress of the experiments from the comfort of your web browser.

We have a demo and live site where you can see the web application, and play with it. As you will see the web application will give you direct access to the simulations, and also some information about your BOINC credit and stats. You will have access also to all the LOGs, so sharing feedback about bugs in Co-Pilot, the experiments, etc. it will be easier than ever: you will be able to copy and paste text directly from the VM, no more screenshots!

The application is open source, so feel free to download it, modify it, etc. and give us feedback in the issues repository or this thread.

We hope you like it, as we are really very happy with it.

Best Regards,

The team!

PS: next week you will see this in your next work unit, so stay tuned!!

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post #50 of 93
Thanks for the update Deegon, still havnt setup this project. But I was just scanning around their web site reading up on it, and I came across this web page. It has a good list of a bunch of apps for BOINC, and some that work by their selves.

A couple sound REALLY useful. Like the 3 different apps that throttle your CPU based on a max temperature you set. And some remote viewing apps. And others.

I havnt DLed any yet. So I dont know of their quality, but they do sound good. Has anyone used any of those apps in the list??
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