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MAD_JIHAD has increased to 28 million points.
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Congrats to all the millionaires!!! Love seeing multiple posts like that!!! Moar power for the cause!!!
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You guys realize he was our batman right? He took the time to set up all the HPCS accounts (rather than have them not folding) and was a lightning rod for the haters so they could just blame him rather than hundreds of people all blaming each other. He was the hero OCN needed. sad-smiley-002.gif

This is SO true! I just found a thread where a ton of people were attacking him for having all those HPCS accounts and folding on all of them, but I'm with you, I'm glad he took the time. Heck, if I could have gotten more than just 2 accounts, I would have too! Why not have them folding, and folding for OCN is even better! HP wanted to stress test their servers (isn't that the point of a beta test, to find the flaws and what finds flaws in a system better than F@H?) and he helped them with that. Frankly, I applaud him, not only for taking the time to do it, but for how gracefully he took the attacks. The dark knight reference it completely appropriate!
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I have no idea how people get these insane PPD's with i7's, oh well I'm stumbling along at 400k. wheee.gif

Follow Digi's Guide, it’s incredibly simple (literally just cut and paste nearly all the code you need) and will net you huge points. My 2500k @ 4.78GH is getting about 63k PPD and my i7 2700k @ 5.0GHz is getting 67k PPD. Just take your time, follow the guide exactly and you'll be fine.

The ONLY change I would recommend would be to not put the Langouste in your start up programs. Many of us have had problems with the Langouste script and have decided to disable it, which is as easy as removing it from your start up programs and restarting. The only thing Langouste does is allows your rig to start downloading a new WU while the completed WU is uploading. The problem I ran into is that it would start downloading the new WU while uploading the completed WU, but then it would freeze the upload and hold it for 5 hours and restart, costing me a ton of points.

Anyway, if you decide to give it a go and need any help, feel free to shoot me a PM, or post in Digi's thread there and I or any of the other veterans would be happy to help out! Good luck!


And finally, this is not looking good for me...Jeppzer, you're running away from me!! sozo.gif
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Edited by WonderMutt - 5/8/12 at 5:23am
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The ONLY change I would recommend would be to not put the Langouste in your start up programs. Many of us have had problems with the Langouste script and have decided to disable it, which is as easy as removing it from your start up programs and restarting. The only thing Langouste does is allows your rig to start downloading a new WU while the completed WU is uploading. The problem I ran into is that it would start downloading the new WU while uploading the completed WU, but then it would freeze the upload and hold it for 5 hours and restart, costing me a ton of points.

I have to agree, with a decent internet connection, I found the time saved my Langouste wasn't worth the odd hiccup it caused between units. Langouste also makes it difficult to finish off a current unit to do work on your rig.
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I have to agree, with a decent internet connection, I found the time saved my Langouste wasn't worth the odd hiccup it caused between units. Langouste also makes it difficult to finish off a current unit to do work on your rig.

Yeah, mine was taking on average about 5 hours to upload a completed WU, where as a 6903/6904 usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes to upload normally for me. Some people have said they just skip the Langouste setup all together, but I was always afraid to do that, being a total Linux n00b, I'm always afraid I'll screw something up, so I followed the entire setup, then just went into my start up programs and un-checked the Langouste script. This has always worked for me, though some have said they have to change the proxy settings in the folding client, but I've never messed with these after the initial setup and mine have all worked just fine.
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^Thanks, I'll give it a go, however I'm not sure if it will work here at university, I was folding in a VM of Linux previously but as soon as I tried to use it here at university it couldn't get any WU's. Currently I'm on ~50k PPD but I'll try the VM again to see if I can get any more. Thanks for the help. tongue.gif
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^Thanks, I'll give it a go, however I'm not sure if it will work here at university, I was folding in a VM of Linux previously but as soon as I tried to use it here at university it couldn't get any WU's. Currently I'm on ~50k PPD but I'll try the VM again to see if I can get any more. Thanks for the help. tongue.gif

you might have to find the proxy server information so that the client can access the internet...
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Yeah, I'll have to email the IT services. mad.gif
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Yeah, I'll have to email the IT services. mad.gif

Yeah, good luck, if they are anything like the ones I had to deal with at Miami University and Northern Kentucky University, you are better off digging a hole and throwing your computer in it than try to get anything out of them. Don't know what it was, but they were both crap.

But honestly, if you can't get the VM up and running, 50k PPD is nothing to scoff at, those are good numbers! Just save the VM for when you go home (winter/summer breaks, etc), that is if you can't get the VM working. I do wish you the best of luck with it and let us know if you have any issues we can help with.
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Exeter isn't that bad for the internet quality actually, I get consistently 9.5 down and 9 up and Steam downloads at 1.1MB/ sec biggrin.gif

Yeah, the thing is I think the F@H client might be exaggerating it a bit, I don't seem to be progressing like I should, but I guess it's alright as the PPD isn't that low.
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Exeter isn't that bad for the internet quality actually, I get consistently 9.5 down and 9 up and Steam downloads at 1.1MB/ sec biggrin.gif
Yeah, the thing is I think the F@H client might be exaggerating it a bit, I don't seem to be progressing like I should, but I guess it's alright as the PPD isn't that low.

If you haven't set up HFM, try setting it up (here's a LINK to the guide if you need it) it will give you a much more accurate PPD count than the client does and you can check it from anywhere (I keep track of mine from my phone all the time). Once again, just ask if you need any help with it!

EDIT: Also, I did not use the DynDns to do this, in Dropbox you can right click on the file (it's the summary.html file, I think) and get the public link, then just email that to your self and save it wherever you would want to access it from. I have it saved as a bookmark on my phone. I've not tried the DynDns, so I don't know how difficult it is to set up.
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