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Originally Posted by 4thKor View Post

I'm running Advanced View, but I have no Options. I have File, View, Tools, Activity, Advanced, and Help. Under Tools I have Options and Computing preferences, but neither of these gives me a way to store work. There is no Other in Computing options.

I'm running Linux Mint. This may have to be accomplished via command line. Or I have an old version of the Manager.

OK, in my Account page I found the option to store XXXXX mb every XXXXXX days. I entered 10000 every one day and it took it. I dont have 10gb of free disc space.biggrin.gif

In Boinc Manager

Options > Computing Preferences > Computing - at the bottom.
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post #172 of 1534
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In Boinc Manager

Options > Computing Preferences > Computing - at the bottom.

In Boinc Manager the only Options I have is under Tools. In that all I have is General, HTTP Proxy, and SOCKS Proxy. I have no Options button on the top menu bar.

I'm kunfuzed....headscratch.gif
post #173 of 1534
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In Boinc Manager

Options > Computing Preferences > Computing - at the bottom.

He's running Boinc 7.2.42

Most people are running 7.6.xx by now.

Might be a consideration
post #174 of 1534
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He's running Boinc 7.2.42

Most people are running 7.6.xx by now.

Might be a consideration

How do I update? I downloaded the Mint package and this is what I got. On nine rigs. redface.gif
post #175 of 1534
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He's running Boinc 7.2.42

Most people are running 7.6.xx by now.

Might be a consideration

I'm pretty sure the option screens are the same. The problem is that there are 2 of them.

The options screen has the general client and proxy options.

The computing preferences screen has multiple tabs for computing, network, memory and disk, and daily schedule.

It's kind of confusing and hard to explain in text.
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post #176 of 1534
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Originally Posted by 4thKor View Post

How do I update? I downloaded the Mint package and this is what I got. On nine rigs. redface.gif

Go to this page..
Boinc Versions

And download the appropriate version for the Linux your running. Looks like 7.2.42 might be the right version for some flavors...
post #177 of 1534
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Originally Posted by SuperSluether View Post

I'm pretty sure the option screens are the same. The problem is that there are 2 of them.

The options screen has the general client and proxy options.

The computing preferences screen has multiple tabs for computing, network, memory and disk, and daily schedule.

It's kind of confusing and hard to explain in text.

Yeah it is......
post #178 of 1534
No need. I figured it out. Under Tools, Computing Preferences, Network Usage there's a line to enter min and max work buffer. I entered 5.1 min and 5.5 max and it took it and downloaded a TON of work. Now I can move on to figuring out other things....tongue.gif
post #179 of 1534
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Originally Posted by Egilman View Post


Go to this page..
Boinc Versions

And download the appropriate version for the Linux your running. Looks like 7.2.42 might be the right version for some flavors...


Actually the version of BOINC on that site is 7.2.42 for a stable release.  This is why I installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my server, so I could get 7.6.31 and have more granular control running multiple projects.  I could not figure out how to get it running under Mint 17.3 which I think is Ubuntu 14.04.

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post #180 of 1534
I'm a Mint fan. Anyway, I've suspended network activity. I'm assuming that means the work I've downloaded will be completed and stored until I resume network activity?
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