What this thread needs.
List of peoples temps/cooling equipment/volts/something else?
A little more in the OP on troubleshooting, it's a great start!
I'll add this little tidbit..
How to delete "work" folder, and "queue.dat" in 3 steps
I am no Linux Guru so there may be a better way to do this.
Please feel free to give your own method as it may be better than mine.
This should work in any linux distro or vmware folding virtual disk. Assuming you can accomplish step #1 :-)..
Step 1: Getting to Command Line
You need to make sure you're at a point where you can see the command line of the OS. In linux you would open terminal for example (the equivalent of CMD in Windows).
If you're VMWare and your window is showing folding steps you need to stop folding
(Ctrl-C) and wait a little while for all cores/folding to stop, there will be more messages. I have had issues in losing work for some reason network or something goes screwy, but other people seem to use this method all the time with no problem.
You should see either "asdf@asdf:~$" or "asdf@asdf:~#" or something like it.
That's good. Step #1 complete.
Step 2: Make sure you're in the right directory.
To see what is in the directory you're in type "ls" and hit enter (both letters)
If you see your core, log, queue, work etc you're in the right spot! Step #2 Complete!
If Not.. first type
"pwd" to see exactly where you are in the structure.
"cd .." will go up one directory. (take you from /fah/work, to /fah/)
"cd FOLDER" will take you into a folder (ex. "cd work", would take you into work folder)
"cd" will take you to the home directory (Caution, doing this it may be hard to find your fah dir if you're unfamiliar with linux structure. make sure you pwd first.)
Step #3 - Removing Files/Folders
"rm queue.dat" will delete queue.dat
"rm work" Will remove work folder IF it's empty
"rm -r work" will remove work and everything in it.
The spaces in each command is important without it they won't work.
Questions?Edited by thurst0n - 12/1/09 at 5:20pm