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Which one runs the best? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

You mean between VMWare and VirtualBox? Performance should be pretty similar, but Vbox have the advantage that you can use the latest version and still use more than 4 cores (VMW needs to be 3.0.0 to be able to use 4-8 cores, later ones only support 4 cores but Vbox will at least go to 16 cores in one VM). I've really only used VMW myself, so I can't really say if there is a performance difference between the two.

I can now look up to my previous post and be amazed with the huge amount of dumbness radiating from it... doh.gif
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mine does not come up with a fah anything in ubuntu software center!

Yup your right. I keep forgetting about the way things are installed in the new versions. I have the FAH folder on my desktop that has the programs inside. If you go to the home site while using Linux, F@H , it should have the programs right in front of you for download. Download the client, control and viewer somewhere and then you can click on the .deb extension and the Software Center will install them just as easy as an .EXE in Windows. I cannot remember if you need to set permissions on this process or not. If you do it should be easy to figure out.

They should then show up in Software Center after they are installed. This can come in handy later on if you need to uninstall or re-install. I also noticed just now that in software center, when I type in FAH they have these applications hidden and I needed to click on "Show technical items" in the bottom for them to appear.

Okay so download and install Linux or Ubuntu first?

Then VM?

Sorry but I'm getting confoozed as @#%!. tongue.gif lol

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1) Get VirtualBox and a Linux Distro of your choice (Ubuntu or similar are pretty easy to begin with);
2) Install Vbox;
3) Tell Vbox whre you have your Ubuntu .iso and install;
4) Configure Ubuntu for f@h smile.gif

that's pretty summarized, but you'll find a comprehensive guide here. Just use 8 cores instead of 12 and you'll be set wink.gif


was i good this time around?
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Heck yea!
My GFs rig could use some SLI action.

I could use a 460 over a HD4650 that is 4 years old:)
 
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1) Get VirtualBox and a Linux Distro of your choice (Ubuntu or similar are pretty easy to begin with);
2) Install Vbox;
3) Tell Vbox whre you have your Ubuntu .iso and install;
4) Configure Ubuntu for f@h smile.gif

that's pretty summarized, but you'll find a comprehensive guide here. Just use 8 cores instead of 12 and you'll be set wink.gif


was i good this time around?

You don't need a full linux OS at all. http://www.linuxforge.net/docs/crunching/fah-virtualbox.php
     
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mine does not come up with a fah anything in ubuntu software center!

Yup your right. I keep forgetting about the way things are installed in the new versions. I have the FAH folder on my desktop that has the programs inside. If you go to the home site while using Linux, F@H , it should have the programs right in front of you for download. Download the client, control and viewer somewhere and then you can click on the .deb extension and the Software Center will install them just as easy as an .EXE in Windows. I cannot remember if you need to set permissions on this process or not. If you do it should be easy to figure out.

They should then show up in Software Center after they are installed. This can come in handy later on if you need to uninstall or re-install. I also noticed just now that in software center, when I type in FAH they have these applications hidden and I needed to click on "Show technical items" in the bottom for them to appear.

Okay so download and install Linux or Ubuntu first?

Then VM?

Sorry but I'm getting confoozed as @#%!. tongue.gif lol

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I was just trying to help Solar tie up some loose ends with the Linux distro that was already in use.

If you are starting from scratch, there are some good tutorials that you can use in stead of picking up pieces here and there. If you are not already running a version of Linux, then the VM methods would probably be the best and easiest methods.
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1) Get VirtualBox and a Linux Distro of your choice (Ubuntu or similar are pretty easy to begin with);
2) Install Vbox;
3) Tell Vbox whre you have your Ubuntu .iso and install;
4) Configure Ubuntu for f@h smile.gif

that's pretty summarized, but you'll find a comprehensive guide here. Just use 8 cores instead of 12 and you'll be set wink.gif


was i good this time around?

Much better!

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Originally Posted by matroska View Post

1) Get VirtualBox and a Linux Distro of your choice (Ubuntu or similar are pretty easy to begin with);
2) Install Vbox;
3) Tell Vbox whre you have your Ubuntu .iso and install;
4) Configure Ubuntu for f@h smile.gif

that's pretty summarized, but you'll find a comprehensive guide here. Just use 8 cores instead of 12 and you'll be set wink.gif


was i good this time around?

You don't need a full linux OS at all. http://www.linuxforge.net/docs/crunching/fah-virtualbox.php

But this is also great option, but can be a little trickier to get the corefix working (at least it was for me the first time around).
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Haha, thinkin about takin out a loan for $50000, and building 10 4p opteron rigs.
    
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Haha, thinkin about takin out a loan for $50000, and building 10 4p opteron rigs.

Definitely! I mean, that's less than my student loans, and loans paying my electrical bills, so...I'm with ya, doooo it! biggrin.gif

ps: wouldn't take that much money, either! Far less (mine was around $2000) for 10 opteron rigs smile.gif
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