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I've been using FahMon and it does it's job but I'd like something with a cleaner interface and something that doesn't take up so much desktop space. I'm only running 1 f@h client so it doesn't need to have good support for multiple ones like FahMon. Something really simple (basically I just need it to display % done, ppd and eta) and maybe even terminal based would be great, is there anything like this?
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cat unitinfo.txt

tail -f FAHlog.txt
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The only problem though is that wouldn't give me the ppd nor ETA. Would there be any way to write a script that reads FahMon output (so I can display with conky)?
Edited by GREENMAN. - 12/16/08 at 8:54pm
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Couldn't you just take the FAHmon window and shrink it down a lot if you're only running once client. If you are only running the SMP client, error10 has a great guide for GPU2 folding under Linux via Wine.
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FahMon is open source, so you could hack it easily enough (and someone probably should, if only to fix the bugs).
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Where do you get the source code of it? I'd love to try hacking it as a programing project.
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Where do you get the source code of it? I'd love to try hacking it as a programing project.
From its web site, which Google will happily tell you where it is?
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