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  1. #101  
    New member: MRKARNO

    PIII 700 128 MB Ram
  2. #102  
    Originally posted by rclayton
    I noticed a few of the people in the group have thier name as a link......

    Couldn't find where to do that, if anyone knows, please post it.

    TIA
    All you need to do is go to your user account and enter a URL in the proper field.
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    MarkEagle
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  3.    #103  
    Cerulean is now in first place, having zoomed past me early Saturday morn. Dyscon is behind me, but not for long.

    Don't see anyone else driving fast enough to pass us three.
  4. #104  
    Originally posted by Fishscaler
    Don't see anyone else driving fast enough to pass us three.
    Can't drive that fast on a flat tire...
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  5. #105  
    Originally posted by Fishscaler
    Don't see anyone else driving fast enough to pass us three.
    I just turned it on to work whenever my computer's on- not just w/ the screensaver. In the past day, I've added 25% to my work unit.

    I leave my computer on a lot, earning gift certificates with Echo and processing s@h data.
    My processing power is contributed to
    <a href="http://members.ud.com/services/teams/team.htm?id=E3894ECF-2FDA-4B0E-AD9E-45FEFF2D5AB6"><IMG SRC="http://members.ud.com/img/ud_logo_hdr_fff.gif"><a>
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  6. #106  
    Just pasted 700 work units processed .. w00p.. onward to 1100 by christmas...

    Joe
  7.    #107  
    If you have at least 128mb RAM and a fast processor of at least 350MHz, you can run two (2) distributed projects at once (these instructions assume PC usage):

    1) If you haven't already, install SETI@Home as described in the first post on the first page of this discussion;

    2) Goto Stanford Protein Folding Project & click the logo

    3) Click "Downloading the Folding@home software" and follow the instructions for the console version

    4) Once installed, click the windows Start menu, Programs, Foldingathome, and then RIGHT-CLICK the f@h icon and select Send To and Desktop (as shortcut)

    5) You might want to change the shortcut icon; right-click it, select Properties, click Change Icon, and when it says there aren't other icons, select one from out of c:\windows\system\shell32.dll (or whatever it's called on your system); I chose what looks like a 3d barchart with li'l bits flying off

    6) I have SETI@Home running in the background with Folding@home also running there; S@H has an icon in the System Tray, while F@h has a minimized DOS window in the task bar

    Should we have a Handspring Visor Protein-Folding Symposia yet??

    [Edited by Fishscaler on 12-08-2000 at 04:56 PM]
  8. #108  
    Originally posted by Fishscaler
    If you have at least 128mb RAM and a fast processor of at least 350MHz, you can run two (2) distributed projects at once
    didtributed.net and parabon.com both have good distributed computing solutions, also. parabon will eventually pay $$$

    [Edited by jeff318 on 12-08-2000 at 09:53 PM]
    My processing power is contributed to
    <a href="http://members.ud.com/services/teams/team.htm?id=E3894ECF-2FDA-4B0E-AD9E-45FEFF2D5AB6"><IMG SRC="http://members.ud.com/img/ud_logo_hdr_fff.gif"><a>
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  9. #109  
    Won't this make your time per data unit even longer? It seems like it might take twice as long just to complete one unit.
    <A HREF="http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/stats/team/team_69783.html"TARGET=_BLANK><IMG SRC="http://members.aol.com/lenn0nhead/hvcslogo181x75.jpg"BORDER=1></A>
  10.    #110  
    I was wondering about that too...

    I ran both overnight and, with nothing else taking up RAM 'cept Norton Anti-Virus (scheduled to run every day at 0200) & Norton System Doctor monitoring constantly, my S@h times seemed only a bit over an hour extra.

    Seems to take about two hours to fold a protein segment with the console client (minimized on taskbar) on my mobilePentim III @ 366MHz & 192mb RAM with S@h in background (minimized in system tray).

    BTW, am forming a club for Handspring users. Will get back to explain how to do this when I figure it out.
  11.    #111  
    This is from the Stanford F@h site:

    How can I join/create a team?

    If you put your desired team name in parenthesis after your user name, for example "VSP (PandeGroup)" then we'll interpret "PandeGroup" as your team.


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    Maximize the console client, and if you've a framecount of less than 30, hit Ctrl-C to quit, goto Windows control panel, remove the F@h program, use Windows Explorer to remove the F@h folder from your drive, then look wherever you put the install program, winclient120.exe, and rerun it.

    When it asks for your Username, type what you've been using, then a space, then:

    (Handspring Visor User Symposia)

    To make it easier, drag through the above name (including parentheses) and paste it after your name. DON'T FORGET THE SPACE AFTER YOUR NAME, BEFORE THE PARENTHESIS!!

    Be advised that if your Username is more than a few characters, you won't be able to fit the group name in. Apparently, the programmers didn't know how to allow more than a few characters in the text box. (Unless there was some kind of database restriction???)

    Since crunch times for F@h average 3 hours for the console, we might be able to have a few thousand proteins folded in a month's time.

    (Hey, Lennonhead! How's about another graphic? Perhaps a Visor twisted into a double helix? Or a Visor showing a helix on it's screen (a tall narrow button rather than a horizontal one)? Any other ideas from anyone else?)
  12. #112  
    Sorry, I'm already cracking dnet OGR.

    My stats.

  13. #113  
    Originally posted by Fishscaler
    (Hey, Lennonhead! How's about another graphic? Perhaps a Visor twisted into a double helix? Or a Visor showing a helix on it's screen (a tall narrow button rather than a horizontal one)? Any other ideas from anyone else?)
    Sure Fishscaler. I won't be joining the group (no Mac client and I'd like to keep my SETI units crunching as fast as they can), but I'll make a graphic. I might not be able to get to it for a few days though.
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  14.    #114  
    Berkeley fixed whatever bug was in the last one. Here it is.

    [Edited by Fishscaler on 12-15-2000 at 12:53 AM]
  15. #115  
    The team page hasn't updated in over a week (or 2?). I guess the server is bogged down.

    Ever since I've installed 3.0.3 my data unit times have gone up to 12 hours from 8. I wonder if it is the normal fluctuation of data unit sizes, or if this new version is actually slower.
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  16. #116  
    As it says on the site, 3.0 does more scientific analysis both to lessen load on their servers and to research more.

    Originally posted by lennonhead
    The team page hasn't updated in over a week (or 2?). I guess the server is bogged down.

    Ever since I've installed 3.0.3 my data unit times have gone up to 12 hours from 8. I wonder if it is the normal fluctuation of data unit sizes, or if this new version is actually slower.
    My processing power is contributed to
    <a href="http://members.ud.com/services/teams/team.htm?id=E3894ECF-2FDA-4B0E-AD9E-45FEFF2D5AB6"><IMG SRC="http://members.ud.com/img/ud_logo_hdr_fff.gif"><a>
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  17.    #117  
    S@H was using too much server bandwidth on the Berkeley campus, so they added more code to limit connect times between old & new units.

    If everyone had gigahertz processors, they would probably cram the code with maths aplenty. (And it would still take 12 hours to crunch.)
  18. #118  
    Originally posted by jeff318
    As it says on the site, 3.0 does more scientific analysis both to lessen load on their servers and to research more.
    I'm talking about updating from 3.0 to 3.0.3. I crunched 200 of my units with 3.0, but all four I've done since then with 3.0.3 have taken over 13 hours.
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  19.    #119  
    The stats page has been upgraded. As it states, sometimes it doesn't refresh properly, and I had to go in with my password and click a button for it to post with the newest info.

    Cerulean should crack 1000 WU's crunched before tomorrow, Wednesday, 20 Dec 2000. Kudos!
  20.    #120  
    My 601st & 602nd WU's didn't have gaussians, so they ran rather quickly -- about 13h30m avg.

    My 603rd right now is a bit different: 48% complete and 11h in -- double the time.

    From 3.00 to 3.03, three-hundredths of an upgrade point, and it does that much more science?

    Eek!

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