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Know you can do AD with Linux, but not sure it will be worth the extra effort (probably significant) over just through Windows.

Picked up a 2686...92k+ pnts, only 36 hours....much better! It'll finish up tomorrow (Friday) evening. Probably go to smp wus overnight, then work on the Linux install first thinkg Saturday morning. Hopefully back up by Saturday afternoon, so should only lose 18 hours or so of -bigadv folding.
Two things:

1) If you're gonna stop after the next WU, then you might want to consider setting the '-oneunit' flag, so it doesn't start to pull another WU when it finishes...at which point you can then replace the '-bigadv' flag for the '-advmethods' one..


2) Make sure you put the correct passkey in when you're setting the F@H client this time...!!!




I'm not too fussed about the effort to get it going, as I'm interested in learning Linux (it'd prolly help with my job anyway - as the underlying OS of our kit is based on [our own re-write of] Linux code) and once it is working, then I can do whatever I need to do in the OS...just need to get it configured to kick things off with

(Maybe you could speak with "Son" to get his opinion/advice.... )
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Two things:

1) If you're gonna stop after the next WU, then you might want to consider setting the '-oneunit' flag, so it doesn't start to pull another WU when it finishes...at which point you can then replace the '-bigadv' flag for the '-advmethods' one..


2) Make sure you put the correct passkey in when you're setting the F@H client this time...!!!




I'm not too fussed about the effort to get it going, as I'm interested in learning Linux (it'd prolly help with my job anyway - as the underlying OS of our kit is based on [our own re-write of] Linux code) and once it is working, then I can do whatever I need to do in the OS...just need to get it configured to kick things off with

(Maybe you could speak with "Son" to get his opinion/advice.... )

Correct Passkey...uh, yeah....I'll make a note to myself.

Yeah, once I get home I'll stop my client long enough to put the -oneunit flag in. Then when it stops (I'll be up tomorrow until after 10 pm anyway), I'll remove the -bigadv and put in the -advmethods and let it fold on overnight and into the morning...until my EXPERT gets up (hopefully in the morning)!

Just had heard that things with AD in Linux take MUCH longer to set up and manage than in Windows...stands to reason, AD IS Microsoft. Linux is even working on their own version of AD. But if you're wanting to really get the feel of it, having it running Native and outside of Windows is the way to go.

And I'd talk to my son about it....but I barely get him to talk to me about anything (he's 19)! I'll be lucky to bribe...uh...get his help for me this weekend.

But I feel comfortable saying he's an expert....his name is on a patent application due to his LINUX programming skills.

When he had just turned 14, he was programming his own operating system...in assembly language...

It works fine...only takes like 400kb of memory...and he's working on a GUI for it now. Sounds like I'm proud of him...well, I am!
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Hey CB? Links in on OP, looks good...except it's not showing any credit (0 points).
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Hey CB? Links in on OP, looks good...except it's not showing any credit (0 points).
No idea what's wrong. xD
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I don't really need to manage too much, once it is set up...other than occasionally adding an extra e-dress to a user account, or creating a new public folder (both in Exchange) or maybe adding a shared [network] drive; all of which are done from SRV01 and aren't changes that should effect/affect the user account much, if any...

There are only about a dozen user accounts, of which only about three are used to log in..there are also three BBs that hook in, but two of those are the same user accounts that log in (G doesn't normally log in, but she has a BlackBerry, the domain Administrator account logs in, but doesn't have a BlackBerry associated) and TBH, it would only really be *my* user account that logs into the Linux OS anyway...at least for now.. xD
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How do I know if I'm submitting points?
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How do I know if I'm submitting points?
zodac won't swap you in until the first. I'll put you on the OP at the same time. VW will be folding until then. Did you and zodac pm on how to get you in as fermi folder, yet?
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zodac won't swap you in until the first. I'll put you on the OP at the same time. VW will be folding until then. Did you and zodac pm on how to get you in as fermi folder, yet?
Yep, we should be all set. I just want to know if points are going through with the passkey.
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zodac can check on that, I'll pm. Won't show up in our updates until after next Friday. At that point, any points listed for FERMI for MISFITS will be yours.

BTW, if for some reason after you start folding you have to take it down for a while, or it goes down, let me know. I spell VW when that happens, I have a GTX470 I can fold on for a day or two. Had to do it when VW was on spring break and they shut down his system.
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Yeah, I should be all set unless I blue screen. I don't think I'm moving anytime soon.

Before I sold my 460's my machine had been up for over 120 days straight. Epic up time.
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