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Well start making cool aid and sell it on the street. Make sure to use extra sugar so they get hooked and keep coming back.
DLing the Virtualbox now, and the driver for the 5750. I am going to bed now, and hopefully they are done in the morning...
And do you guys know how much bandwidth this project uses?? Reading on their site I found this.


or be like the king there and put a little crack in with the sugar. you'll have them lined up by the busloads.
    
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Sorry i have not been here to up date this but someone in my family has been very sick

FINELY . . . . they have released Multiple core work units!
this can be applied as follows
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Multi-core disabled by default
Dear all,

Due to all the last problems that we are having with the latest wrapper, we decided to follow your advise and give you the opportunity to choose if you want to run or not multi-core work units.

Right now the multi-core feature is disabled for everyone, so your next work unit will have only one core. If you want to run two core WUs, and you have enabled in your BIOS the virtualization extensions, go to the project preferences, and change the answer to this question from yes to no: Use only one single core?

If you were having problems with the multi-core feature this should fix your problems, as by default now you have to ask the project to give you jobs for two cores. This will help all the users with a multi-core processor but without the VT extensions or those with VT extensions but disabled in the BIOS.

As usual, let us know if this is failing for you.

Best regards,

The team!

18 Jan 2012 | 16:16:43 UTC · Comment

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Multi-core, Headless mode and web application finally relased!
Dear all,

We are really happy to announce that we have finally released the "last" new version of our wrapper with a new virtual machine.

The new version finally enables all the following features:


Multi-core: the wrapper will be able to create a two core VM if you have two or more cores available for the VM. This will only work if you have the Virtualization extensions enabled in your BIOS, so if you experience problems with this feature, please check your BIOS configuration.
Headless mode: by default we will be keeping the full mode enabled, but you can change this set up for all the new work units checking your project preferences. If you edit the preferences you will see a new option that says: Run virtual machine in headless mode: no. Change it to true, click update in your BOINC Manager button, and restart BOINC. From that moment the VM should be running in headless mode.
See the results in real time in your browser: this release finally includes the t4t-webapp that we showed you last week. The application is installed directly in the new virtual machine (version 2.4.1), so you only have to wait for the VM to load and establish connection to CERN. After that you just need to open this URL in your browser to see the results in action: http://localhost:7859. Hopefully you will be able to test a Firefox and Chrome extension pretty soon, stay tuned!


As usual, you can get the latest version canceling the running WU or waiting for the new one. Remember that if you cancel the running WU you will lose the credit.

EDIT: 7.05 has been released as version 7.04 had some minor bugs. The fixes are:


Backup of VirtualBox.xml file, so you can recover your default configuration if something goes wrong.
New set up procedure to make more robust the creation of Virtual Machines. This method should improve the problems where the wrapper fails to remove the VM.



Best regards,

The team!

16 Jan 2012 | 13:51:57 UTC · Comment

please read the comments under each Quote as they are important smile.gif
happy crunching peoples and
long live the LHC and forever Test$Theory biggrin.gif
Edited by deegon - 1/19/12 at 2:47pm
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i miss my 920 operating at full strength, otherwise this would be awesome news. Instead, i can classify it as "really good" news smile.gif it is always nice to see another project support more than one core per task. So that means we've got LHC and Milkyway now? Are there any others like this that we know of?
Edited by b3machi7ke - 1/19/12 at 5:42am
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Not meaning to be a duech, but why does the titel say "Fold", when this has nothing to do with folding anything?
It's just pure number-crunching, whereas "Folding" in the F@H project, is literally folding proteins smile.gif

It just bothered me a little tongue.gif

Have a nice day!
/NwP
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Not meaning to be a duech, but why does the titel say "Fold", when this has nothing to do with folding anything?
It's just pure number-crunching, whereas "Folding" in the F@H project, is literally folding proteins smile.gif
It just bothered me a little tongue.gif
Have a nice day!
/NwP

long story there but, it's a thread that has been used a bit but the title not corrected
will have to get onto that smile.gif
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long story there but, it's a thread that has been used a bit but the title not corrected
will have to get onto that smile.gif

lachen.gif we're going to have to change the title of an article because it bothered one person after 5+ months?? i mean come on, it's not like folding and crunching are all that different, didn't folding get started within BOINC itself?
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I started doing LHC 2.0 with my SB, but lately Skyrim has put a hurt on that.
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lachen.gif we're going to have to change the title of an article because it bothered one person after 5+ months?? i mean come on, it's not like folding and crunching are all that different, didn't folding get started within BOINC itself?

I know it's a small detail, but i had consumed like 12 kops of coffee at that point yesterday biggrin.gif
And I never demanded to get the title changed. I simply had the need to get it out there tongue.gif

Folding is number-crunching, but number-crunching isn't limited to Folding.

There, it's settled thumb.gif

/NwP
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I know it's a small detail, but i had consumed like 12 kops of coffee at that point yesterday biggrin.gif
And I never demanded to get the title changed. I simply had the need to get it out there tongue.gif
Folding is number-crunching, but number-crunching isn't limited to Folding.
There, it's settled thumb.gif
/NwP

It's all good, had been meaning to make a change just hadn't gotten around to it smile.gif
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I know it's a small detail, but i had consumed like 12 kops of coffee at that point yesterday biggrin.gif
And I never demanded to get the title changed. I simply had the need to get it out there tongue.gif
Folding is number-crunching, but number-crunching isn't limited to Folding.
There, it's settled thumb.gif
/NwP

kops of coffee??
    
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