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Code:
if sys.maxint == 2147483647:
checks to see if the operating system can generate the same number? I'm assuming that 64-bit generates a bigger number then? If that is how it works, that is brilliant! If you could do me a favor and write comments in your code (since three people are working on this) that would be awesome. As for the 16-bit part a simple statement could be added right before that code. Something like:
Code:
 if sys.maxint =! {insert correct number here}:
then (or whatever python uses):

...

else if: os.system("echo "Folding at home can not be ran on 16 bit operating systems. Check the error log." > /location/to/errorlog.txt")
Or something like that.
Yes, sys.maxint returns the largest positive integer value that python can understand, so in 32 bit, its 2147483647, and in 64 bit, its something higher.. As soon as I get something running on 64-bit, i'll get the [considerably larger] integer 64-bit number and change it to an else-if... then we're left with:

"if its not 32 or 64, its 16... and here's an error for you"

Only problem with this method is that it looks as though Python 3 will no longer have maxint, but will get maxsize.. if this source ever goes that route, its just something to keep in mind..

When I make that change, I'll stick some comments in there

/a bit ahead of the curve, but interesting:
I also took a look at the Envy source code out of curiosity (its a slow day ), and i've found at least one reason why its bound to Debian, being that it checks to see if there's an apt package manager running when it starts up...

I didnt see much else in the way of distro specific material, but if you were planning on contacting the Dev, we'll know for sure

If anyone's curious: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~alberto...nvyng-qt/files

the apt check starts at line 23 in envyngqt.py
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That's the number for 64bit. And yes, that means I got Ubuntu running on my laptop! Just got finished setting this baby up so I'm about to download and check the attachments that y'all have put up.
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Well, I'm having problems with you install code dangerousHobo.

Code:
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~$ cd ./Desktop/fah-installer
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ ls
fah.desktop  fah-gui.pl  FAH-installer.sh
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ perl fah-gui.pl
FAH-installer.sh: 16: install_home: not found
[: 22: ==: unexpected operator
mkdir: missing operand
Try `mkdir --help' for more information.
Making directory "folding" failed.
cd: 37: can't cd to folding
/home/godofgrunts
--01:26:47--  http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz
           => `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz'
Resolving www.stanford.edu... 171.67.22.34
Connecting to www.stanford.edu|171.67.22.34|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 139,922 (137K) [application/x-gzip]

100%[====================================>] 139,922      171.68K/s             

01:26:48 (171.26 KB/s) - `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz' saved [139922/139922]

fah6
mpiexec
[: 80: ==: unexpected operator
[: 91: ==: unexpected operator
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$
Um... I'm trying to diagnose the problem but it's 1 30 in the morning so I might now be able to tonight... I'll check back in the morning sometime.


EDIT: I was reading through your perl gui (and I must say that Perl seems like a really elegant language) and I think I see that you are running flags with your installer code. If this is the case, can you show me how you did that?


Also, the GUI is AMAZING! It's just like what I wanted mine to look like. I think we are going to stick to your GUI for three reasons:

1) My gui requires wxglade (which even Ubuntu 8.04 doesn't come with)
2) You wrote it yourself, giving full credit to you instead of another program.
3) This way, I don't have to write it.

Seriously though, you did an awesome job.


@FMC

In your code you have the following imports:
Code:
import wx
import sys
import os
Note that you should not have "import wx" as your script does not use wxglade at all. WxGlade is only used for the actual GUI and since you script doesn't make use of a GUI you do not need it. Good first program though.

@dangerousHobo && FMC

I think I found two problems that need to be dealt with. Take a look at this output. I'm running my laptop with a AMD Sempron 3600 which supports 64 bit OSs but is only a single core. The other problem is that FAH requires that you read the license before using the program.

Quote:
100%[====================================>] 139,606 184.10K/s

02:21:25 (183.40 KB/s) - `FAH6.02beta1-Linux.tgz' saved [139606/139606]

mpiexec
fah6

Note: Please read the license agreement (fah6 -license). Further
use of this software requires that you have read and accepted this agreement.


1 cores detected
Fewer than 2 CPU's detected. This SMP version of the Folding@Home client is intended for machines with multiple CPUs. For this machine, we recommend using the single-processor version of FAH instead. Please see http://folding.stanford.edu for more details.


Folding@Home Client Shutdown.
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/GUI-FAH-Installer$
I think we should develope some kind of error checking for the cores and some how force a text document to open with the fah license. I don't think many people will read it, but we should do it to be safe from any potential problems of legailty.
Edited by GodofGrunts - 6/30/08 at 11:32pm
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Well, I'm having problems with you install code dangerousHobo.

Code:
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~$ cd ./Desktop/fah-installer
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ ls
fah.desktop  fah-gui.pl  FAH-installer.sh
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ perl fah-gui.pl
FAH-installer.sh: 16: install_home: not found
[: 22: ==: unexpected operator
mkdir: missing operand
Try `mkdir --help' for more information.
Making directory "folding" failed.
cd: 37: can't cd to folding
/home/godofgrunts
--01:26:47--  http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz
           => `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz'
Resolving www.stanford.edu... 171.67.22.34
Connecting to www.stanford.edu|171.67.22.34|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 139,922 (137K) [application/x-gzip]

100%[====================================>] 139,922      171.68K/s             

01:26:48 (171.26 KB/s) - `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz' saved [139922/139922]

fah6
mpiexec
[: 80: ==: unexpected operator
[: 91: ==: unexpected operator
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$
Um... I'm trying to diagnose the problem but it's 1 30 in the morning so I might now be able to tonight... I'll check back in the morning sometime.


EDIT: I was reading through your perl gui (and I must say that Perl seems like a really elegant language) and I think I see that you are running flags with your installer code. If this is the case, can you show me how you did that?


Also, the GUI is AMAZING! It's just like what I wanted mine to look like. I think we are going to stick to your GUI for three reasons:

1) My gui requires wxglade (which even Ubuntu 8.04 doesn't come with)
2) You wrote it yourself, giving full credit to you instead of another program.
3) This way, I don't have to write it.

Seriously though, you did an awesome job.


@FMC

In your code you have the following imports:
Code:
import wx
import sys
import os
Note that you should not have "import wx" as your script does not use wxglade at all. WxGlade is only used for the actual GUI and since you script doesn't make use of a GUI you do not need it. Good first program though.

@dangerousHobo && FMC

I think I found two problems that need to be dealt with. Take a look at this output. I'm running my laptop with a AMD Sempron 3600 which supports 64 bit OSs but is only a single core. The other problem is that FAH requires that you read the license before using the program.



I think we should develope some kind of error checking for the cores and some how force a text document to open with the fah license. I don't think many people will read it, but we should do it to be safe from any potential problems of legailty.
It doesn't say you have to agree to be bound to a license just that you have to agree with whatever it is they say in that license that I cant find on my system.

I'm going to have to try the new gui because I got OCNix64 working last night, Just need to change a few small things and i'll upload it
    
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Originally Posted by GodofGrunts View Post
Well, I'm having problems with you install code dangerousHobo.

Code:
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~$ cd ./Desktop/fah-installer
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ ls
fah.desktop  fah-gui.pl  FAH-installer.sh
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$ perl fah-gui.pl
FAH-installer.sh: 16: install_home: not found
[: 22: ==: unexpected operator
mkdir: missing operand
Try `mkdir --help' for more information.
Making directory "folding" failed.
cd: 37: can't cd to folding
/home/godofgrunts
--01:26:47--  http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz
           => `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz'
Resolving www.stanford.edu... 171.67.22.34
Connecting to www.stanford.edu|171.67.22.34|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 139,922 (137K) [application/x-gzip]

100%[====================================>] 139,922      171.68K/s             

01:26:48 (171.26 KB/s) - `FAH6.00beta1-Linux.tgz' saved [139922/139922]

fah6
mpiexec
[: 80: ==: unexpected operator
[: 91: ==: unexpected operator
godofgrunts@godofgrunts-laptop:~/Desktop/fah-installer$
Um... I'm trying to diagnose the problem but it's 1 30 in the morning so I might now be able to tonight... I'll check back in the morning sometime.


EDIT: I was reading through your perl gui (and I must say that Perl seems like a really elegant language) and I think I see that you are running flags with your installer code. If this is the case, can you show me how you did that?


Also, the GUI is AMAZING! It's just like what I wanted mine to look like. I think we are going to stick to your GUI for three reasons:

1) My gui requires wxglade (which even Ubuntu 8.04 doesn't come with)
2) You wrote it yourself, giving full credit to you instead of another program.
3) This way, I don't have to write it.

Seriously though, you did an awesome job.
Thank you.

I fixed the little warning the installer was giving (just a simple spacing issue....). To run it you can either click the icon named fah or in the terminal run the gui like you did above.

Perl is a pretty elegant language IMO. By flags I'm guessing you mean parameters. In a shell script you can use any given agruments/parameters like so.

$# holds the number of parameters passed in.
$1 holds the value of the first param.
$2 holds the value of the second param.
and so on...

There are a few other built in variables that deal it parameters in unix shell but I can't remember them off the top of my head.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GodofGrunts View Post
In your code you have the following imports:
Code:
import wx
import sys
import os
Note that you should not have "import wx" as your script does not use wxglade at all. WxGlade is only used for the actual GUI and since you script doesn't make use of a GUI you do not need it. Good first program though.

@dangerousHobo && FMC

I think I found two problems that need to be dealt with. Take a look at this output. I'm running my laptop with a AMD Sempron 3600 which supports 64 bit OSs but is only a single core. The other problem is that FAH requires that you read the license before using the program.

I think we should develope some kind of error checking for the cores and some how force a text document to open with the fah license. I don't think many people will read it, but we should do it to be safe from any potential problems of legailty.
import wx was in there because that's what the GUI that I saw used, so i left it in there so that if you tried to throw the WxGlade code in there, there would be one less thing to think about..

and as far as the single vs. dual core and 64 bit issue, I was wondering what would happen if you tried to run SMP on a 64 bit single core.. i guess now we know.. I'll work in a few lines to bounce you to a single console client if a multiple core machine isn't detected..

As far as the license, we can do it either in the spirit of a Win/Mac installer with it scrollable in the GUI, or we can do the [seemingly] more DIY "Do you want to read the license.. click yes/click no". I personally have no problem with the former, but it doesn't matter to me much either way

I'll upload the new TestguiAUTO in a bit with:
  • No wx import for lack of need
  • else-if 64-bit check, error if not 32 or 64 bit
  • check for multiple cores... error if not
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It doesn't say you have to agree to be bound to a license just that you have to agree with whatever it is they say in that license that I cant find on my system.

I'm going to have to try the new gui because I got OCNix64 working last night, Just need to change a few small things and i'll upload it
I still think it should, at the very least be included, as a text document.
Also I'm freaking pumped about OCNix64! Please tell me that it includes a GUI though... I never could get a GUI to work on Arch 64...

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Thank you.

I fixed the little warning the installer was giving (just a simple spacing issue....). To run it you can either click the icon named fah or in the terminal run the gui like you did above.

Perl is a pretty elegant language IMO. By flags I'm guessing you mean parameters. In a shell script you can use any given agruments/parameters like so.

$# holds the number of parameters passed in.
$1 holds the value of the first param.
$2 holds the value of the second param.
and so on...

There are a few other built in variables that deal it parameters in unix shell but I can't remember them off the top of my head.
Ah, as you can see I still have a lot to learn about scripting. I really like the parameters as it cleans up the code so much better. I'll try your new script to see if it works as well and report back to you.

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import wx was in there because that's what the GUI that I saw used, so i left it in there so that if you tried to throw the WxGlade code in there, there would be one less thing to think about..


and as far as the single vs. dual core and 64 bit issue, I was wondering what would happen if you tried to run SMP on a 64 bit single core.. i guess now we know.. I'll work in a few lines to bounce you to a single console client if a multiple core machine isn't detected..

As far as the license, we can do it either in the spirit of a Win/Mac installer with it scrollable in the GUI, or we can do the [seemingly] more DIY "Do you want to read the license.. click yes/click no". I personally have no problem with the former, but it doesn't matter to me much either way

I'll upload the new TestguiAUTO in a bit with:
  • No wx import for lack of need
  • else-if 64-bit check, error if not 32 or 64 bit
  • check for multiple cores... error if not
Okay, I think I'll keep the GUI as a separate script so you won't need to import wxglade. (Actually we are going to use dangerousHobo's GUI so we won't need wxglade at all!) I like your idea with the license, but I want to add an internet TOS like agreement. Maybe something like:

  • Check here that you have read and agree with the FAH License. The License can be found running fah6 -license (for the 64bit) or FAH504-Linux.exe -license (for 32bit) or can be read in the text document located in the folding folder.
Maybe have something like that in the GUI.
Edited by GodofGrunts - 7/1/08 at 11:13am
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I still think it should, at the very least be included, as a text document.
Also I'm freaking pumped about OCNix64! Please tell me that it includes a GUI though... I never could get a GUI to work on Arch 64...
It does have a gui

I decide to not use the folding gui installer as I cant see it is any easier than the setup I am using.

It got to 58% uploaded and then just paused for a unknown reason It's at 50% now
    
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It does have a gui

I decide to not use the folding gui installer as I cant see it is any easier than the setup I am using.

It got to 58% uploaded and then just paused for a unknown reason It's at 50% now
Horray for GUI! Now what do you mean you can't see it is any easier then the setup you are using? How are you doing it in OCNix?

@dangerousHobo

Take a look at the screenshot. For some reason, I can't get the launcher to work. I tried both in the folder and on the Desktop and both gave me that error. I'm not sure why, the launcher command seems right...
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Horray for GUI! Now what do you mean you can't see it is any easier then the setup you are using? How are you doing it in OCNix?

@dangerousHobo

Take a look at the screenshot. For some reason, I can't get the launcher to work. I tried both in the folder and on the Desktop and both gave me that error. I'm not sure why, the launcher command seems right...
There is a shortcut on the desktop that opens a terminal and ask if you want 32 or 64/Installs lib32-glibc/asks if you want to starts folding and puts another shortcut onto the desktop to resume folding if you stop it.
    
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