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  1. #61  
    Originally posted by lennonhead
    Cerulean:

    You just flew past me by almost 50 units over the last few days!!! You're going to have more than Don before long.
    Yuep .. thats the plan

    I have been running the Seti client on the following machines over the past week: P3/800, P3/800, P3/1Ghz, G4/500, P2/450, P2/333, PII/650 -- so I have had quite a bit of firepower to boost that score up to the current 113 received results.. I think I am averaging about 18 results a day -- so I *MIGHT* be up in the Don realm in a month.

    Joe
  2. #62  
    I accidentally replied to a message that was not intended for myself. I gave the message a quick glance and replied to it after being sent an email from Visor Central that my previous message had been replied to. I apologize for any confusion that it may have caused. I would have deleted the post, but the "Delete/Edit" button was inoperative.

    I just thought I would clear things up.
  3. #63  
    I was surprised to see yours above mine too, but I figured you had been running for some time... no harm done
  4. #64  
    Well, it sucks being 2nd to last.......but I am running Seti on a 200MHz Pentium (not even a PII) with 64MB RAM....so I don't expect much out of it.

    Just give me a few more weeks...then I will be running it on a 600MHz Duron @ 950Mhz with 128MB RAM......

    I'll be playing catch-up forever!
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  5. #65  
    I think I'm going to drop a few ranks, my G4 decided to die on me yesterday and I still haven't been able to fix it. There is a problem with the main hard drive, so I'm going to have to copy everything off of it and re-initialize it. Anyway until that is fixed, I am just running on the 266 MHz G3... Oh well...

    On the bright side this is the only problem I have ever had with a Mac (besides the occasional software conflict).
  6.    #66  
    You know, there is a Usenet discussion on SETI stuff:

    sci.astro.seti

    In Netscape, you simply type news:sci.astro.seti in the Location slot (next to Bookmarks, below the button bar; you know, the place you type URL's).

    ---

    BTW, it's not you has the most data units crunched, it's the science that's being done. (And the compSci issues being resolved at Berkeley regarding 2m people connecting at all hours with live data.)
  7.    #67  
    A blurb on the S@H main page says the Windows version of 3.0 has been pulled due to some kind of problem...

    Those using the version will still be credited for WU's processed, implying the crunched data isn't what Berkeley expected.

    The joys of programming.
  8.    #68  
    Good ol' Marvin the Martian, perhaps?
  9. #69  
    Well, I've been inactive on the SETI@Home front for quite a while now, but I figured what the hey. I just quit my former group, and I'm in the middle of reinstalling the client. Since I've got a dual CPU system now, I'm curious to see what kind of results I'll get.
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
  10. #70  
    Originally posted by Toby
    Well, I've been inactive on the SETI@Home front for quite a while now, but I figured what the hey. I just quit my former group, and I'm in the middle of reinstalling the client. Since I've got a dual CPU system now, I'm curious to see what kind of results I'll get.
    I have been running Seti on a dual 800 machine for the past two weeks .. I found using the commandline version works great. I made two copies, set each to one processor. I augmented this with an app called SetiSPY which provides the essential information (how far along, estimated time remaining, etc..) -- You can also set it up to automatically start when the computer is turned on as a service so it will run in the background (assuming your runnint NT/2000) --> I haven't noticed slowdown when using the computer (it only runs when idle)

    Joe
  11. #71  
    Ok, well I'm back up and running. There was some sort of mild virus on my computer that one of those disk emergency type programs picked up (you wonder if they don't place them there to make you go and buy the stupid program to get rid of it). All is better now.


    Fishscaler:
    How are we going to use a mascot? Maybe I could put him in our logo (if Warner Brothers doesn't mind).
  12. #72  
    Originally posted by Fishscaler
    A blurb on the S@H main page says the Windows version of 3.0 has been pulled due to some kind of problem...
    So should I downgrade the software to an older version?
    Taki
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  13.    #73  
    No, don't stick it on the graphic. It was just a thought, so I retract it.

    Someone on another board (the ones associated with http://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk ) referenced Porky the Pig, and I clicked around the site and re-discovered Marvin.
  14. #74  
    I guess it wouldn't look very good, now that I think about it...
  15. #75  
    I'd help you guys out, but I'm already doing another distributive computing effort called Foldingathome. If you're interested, look at this URL:

    http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/Cosm/

  16. #76  
    Just joined.
    Life's just a blast, just it's moving really fast, and you'd <BR>better stay on top or life'll kick you in the *** -Limp Bizkit
  17.    #77  
    Though it doesn't yet say so on the team stats page, I just sent my 650th crunched work unit.

    With Dyscon nipping at my heels...
  18. #78  
    I'll be sending in my 550th crunched work unit later today.

    Joe
  19. #79  
    I'd probably be better off crunching this stuff on my VDx!!!

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  20. #80  
    Do you have a HS group yet?
    Originally posted by zelchenko
    I'd help you guys out, but I'm already doing another distributive computing effort called Foldingathome. If you're interested, look at this URL:

    http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/Cosm/

    My processing power is contributed to
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