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how long do they stay down usually?
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Open up Foxfire and change the page to a fifferent site to make sure your online.
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I just sent a WU a minute ago.
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Yes I got internet and I still em not folding
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Any idea if MS Virtual PC 2007 works in place of the VMWare? If so, I would download the 64-bit version, correct?
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
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It (EDIT) DOES NOT work.. see post below.

I use VMWare, and honestly, I love it! Runs great for me. (32 bit Windows, emulating 64-bit linux in VMWare).
    
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Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
It *should* work. However, I think you'll need the 32-bit executable (you'll need 64-bit windows to run the 64-bit executable).

Then, install the Virtual PC, and emulate a system that can deal with a 64-bit Linux distro, and install it on there.

I use VMWare, and honestly, I love it! Runs great for me. (32 bit Windows, emulating 64-bit linux in VMWare).
Virtual PC will not run 64-bit operating systems inside of it, and you need 64bit Linux to run SMP. I have tried it.....does not work
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Didn't know that

Get VMWare then

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Well at least i'm not alone anymore with this problem!!

What i've been doing to fold in SMP with that same issue is.
#1 in admin settings/DNS and Hostnames/ check the box that says Update Name Servers and Search List via DHCP and then reboot SUSE.

That made it to where FAH5 could download the work packet and i was online, but, then i would get this error:


To fix this error (because FAH5 doesn't like the Hostname for some reason) i do this:

#2 go into admin settings/DNS and Hostnames/ un-check the box that says Update Name Servers and Search List via DHCP(when you open you will need to select "modify") then re-type the server 1 and 2 to 127.0.0.1 After that click finish and in the admin settings open Hostnames edit the host name to match the one you just modified.

Then the FAH5 cliant is happy and folds for me. Why? No idea. If anyone else knows a better fix for this let me know. I have to repeat these two steps for every WU
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Well at least i'm not alone anymore with this problem!!

What i've been doing to fold in SMP with that same issue is.
#1 in admin settings/DNS and Hostnames/ check the box that says Update Name Servers and Search List via DHCP and then reboot SUSE.

That made it to where FAH5 could download the work packet and i was online, but, then i would get this error:


To fix this error (because FAH5 doesn't like the Hostname for some reason) i do this:

#2 go into admin settings/DNS and Hostnames/ un-check the box that says Update Name Servers and Search List via DHCP(when you open you will need to select "modify") then re-type the server 1 and 2 to 127.0.0.1 After that click finish and in the admin settings open Hostnames edit the host name to match the one you just modified.

Then the FAH5 cliant is happy and folds for me. Why? No idea. If anyone else knows a better fix for this let me know. I have to repeat these two steps for every WU
i tried that and it didnt work anyone else try it? did it work?
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