Originally Posted by 4thKor
Second thought. I have eight rigs to configure and no idea how to even access and /or create a .xml file. If someone would be so kind as to PM me detailed instructions in it's simplist form (what to enter into Terminal from the beginning) I will configure all my rigs properly and that way I can contribute fully. I'm a Linux noob, but I know that six Pentiums and an i3 are 16 cores, and they're all at or over 3.2 ghz. Any and all help would be GREATLY appreciated!
An xml file is just a plain asci text file with the .xml extension.
We have notepad under windows which makes it easy, I'm sure you guys have something under linux to do the same thing. The key is pure asci text, NO FORMATTING with an xml extension.
I"m gonna bow out, I'm a windoze guy anyway, let the Linux guru's answer the Linux questions.
Besides I think we are getting cross communications. (too many trying to help too many, you know fingers in the pie so to speak)
GO TEAM! Edited by Egilman - 5/31/16 at 5:52pm