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I convinced myt friend that it would be a good idea for us to use a bunch of parts to make a PC in his room and get it folding. I was originally going to take it back to mine, but he decided he wanted to use it as a Teamspeak server, and some other server uses, so he wants to keep it at his. It is currently folding away under my user name, but i want to know if there is a way to monitor its progress without it being in a LAN? It is a 2400+ Axp box running Vector Linux. I really want to know how it is doing, and watch its rates using something like Fahmon. Any help?
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post #2 of 5
Well you can go to http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/ and figure out your user stats. But, you need to be on a lan to use FahMon.
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Its a big shame if there isnt a way to do this, i bet a lot of people have boxes across WAN and want to know what is up with them. It is my cpu number 3
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Heres a solution. Install and run this program on his PC and then on your PC. http://www.hamachi.cc/download Hamachi is freeware VPN software to create a virtual LAN over the internet without having to reconfigure NAT. If both yours and his are running this then its just like you are on a LAN. So you can use fahmon to monitor its progress. Just install hamachi and create a network and then have your friends PC join your network and there you are.
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There are lots of tools to have it push out to FTP or HTTP sites the current log.. There are a few tools I think I saw that will even grok the log and make a pretty HTML page out of it.

Check the main thread tools link.
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