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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-13-2004, 09:48 PM - Thread Starter
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How can you tell how many steps per minute are you doin? and is linux better for folding than windows?


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steps are referred to as frames in the graphical version and I just do it by the console window updated every 5,000 steps which takes about 16 minutes on average. If you're using the graphical version, check the log files

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Man I needa finish my folding guide... but I dunno when I am going to get any time to...

I would download and use the console version (not the graphical one), then download Electron Microscope III. http://home.comcast.net/~wxdude1/ems...load/EMIII.zip

This program keeps an eye on your WU and tells you when it will be done, how long each frame should take, etc. I think you can also have it hide the console window so it is not there also. Check it out everyone!!

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