BoincStudio?

Dave Burbank
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RE: I've tried running all

Message 29419 in response to message 29418

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I've tried running all three 3 executables in the file. boinc-restart flashes a console window but doesn't appear to do anything else. boinc.exe appears to be a console mode client. Except for the starting messages the only difference I see between boincmgr and the truxsoft client I was using previously is that I'm not claiming enhanced credit.

Do you see a BoincStudio.exe file? This is the French GUI with this credit calibration and CPU adjustment. Once boincmgr.exe is running try opening this file (I have found that BoincStudio.exe will only "recognize" you localhost if boincmgr.exe is running.
You will need to set-up you localhost on this program. Right-click "ordinateurs", click "nouvel ordinateur". This will create a new host. Then go to the "params" tab and fill in the missing info (path for data files, port, and password from the gui_rpc_auth.cfg file).
Once you have the "params" set, right-click on your newly created host (on the right side of the screen in the data tree) and hit "connecter", you should then see in the bottom message console something like : processing nouvel ordinateur, connected to nouvel ordunateur, refreshing nouvel ordinateur.
If that doesn't work you may need to attach to the project first.

One other note, make sure you are using the boincmgr.exe and boinc.exe provided in the download, not the ones already moded by trux.

Hope this helps.
Dave

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

Dave Burbank
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RE: http://boinc-studio.nik

Message 29420 in response to message 29418

Try this download : BoincStudio.0.4b.rar, this file contains all of the necessary files. The one you downloaded only has the 3 executables you have tried, not BoincStudio.exe

Dave

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

DanNeely
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new errrors 28/04/2006

new errrors

28/04/2006 19:26: Processing connection to Nouvel ordinateur
28/04/2006 19:28: Processing connection to X64x23800
28/04/2006 19:28: Connected to X64x23800
28/04/2006 19:28: Refreshing X64x23800
28/04/2006 19:28: Account on project 'Einstein@Home' with email hash '9827a6dd262732d2639417a251c9755e' does not exist.
28/04/2006 19:28: I had it for convenience but authenticator will miss
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file projects/einstein.phys.uwm.edu/albert_4.37_windows_intelx86.exe
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file projects/einstein.phys.uwm.edu/albert_4.37_windows_intelx86.exe
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Refreshing X64x23800: sched communication
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file projects/einstein.phys.uwm.edu/albert_4.37_windows_intelx86.exe
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file projects/einstein.phys.uwm.edu/albert_4.37_windows_intelx86.exe
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
28/04/2006 19:28: Unknown Einstein@Home client md5: 66ed94b876b8c5b0fe942a95aa4c24b2 for file
.....

Dave Burbank
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under the C:\\program

under the C:\\program files\\BOINC\\...\\data directory there should be a md5s.txt file. try inserting the failed hash number into that file using the same format.
I had a similar issue with it not recognizing the S40.12 app signature because the app is newer than the client. Here is a link to a google transladed version of the FAQ page for BoincStudio.

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

DanNeely
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Ok seems to be working now.

Ok seems to be working now. I've checked the credit correction box, so I'll see how well that works in a half hour or so. On the CPU front, projects says 4, general 2. Am I capable of requesting 128 or 64 wu's/day?

Dave Burbank
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RE: Am I capable of

Message 29424 in response to message 29423

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Am I capable of requesting 128 or 64 wu's/day?

I think so, just make sure you cache is set high enough.

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

DanNeely
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RE: RE: Am I capable of

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Am I capable of requesting 128 or 64 wu's/day?

I think so, just make sure you cache is set high enough.

Do you think this is enough?

Use no more than 2 GB disk space
Leave at least 0 GB disk space free
Use no more than 100% of total disk space

If not, there's 89 gigs still free on that partition?

Once I see confirmation it's working I'll start trickling my cache size down from 5.5 to 3days (3 covers a weekend isp outage)

Dave Burbank
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RE: Do you think this is

Message 29426 in response to message 29425

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Do you think this is enough?

Use no more than 2 GB disk space
Leave at least 0 GB disk space free
Use no more than 100% of total disk space

If not, there's 89 gigs still free on that partition?

Once I see confirmation it's working I'll start trickling my cache size down from 5.5 to 3days (3 covers a weekend isp outage)

Looks like you're in busness. I've got to say that it is really nice to be able to sit back and not have to detach/re-attach, uninstall/install, do this-that-and-the-other-thing just to keep our computers running.

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

[AF>HFR>RR] ThierryH
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RE: Do you see a

Message 29427 in response to message 29419

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Do you see a BoincStudio.exe file? This is the French GUI with this credit calibration and CPU adjustment. Once boincmgr.exe is running try opening this file (I have found that BoincStudio.exe will only "recognize" you localhost if boincmgr.exe is running.
You will need to set-up you localhost on this program. Right-click "ordinateurs", click "nouvel ordinateur". This will create a new host. Then go to the "params" tab and fill in the missing info (path for data files, port, and password from the gui_rpc_auth.cfg file).
Once you have the "params" set, right-click on your newly created host (on the right side of the screen in the data tree) and hit "connecter", you should then see in the bottom message console something like : processing nouvel ordinateur, connected to nouvel ordunateur, refreshing nouvel ordinateur.
If that doesn't work you may need to attach to the project first.

One other note, make sure you are using the boincmgr.exe and boinc.exe provided in the download, not the ones already moded by trux.

Hope this helps.
Dave

Dave, I see you're now the BoincStudio master for America hours ;)

Just a little precision, BoincManager isn't require by BoincStudio. However, boinc.exe is required (BoincManager launchs boinc.exe if not running). You can launch boinc.exe in command line window, or better, under service.

Dave Burbank
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RE: Dave, I see you're now

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Dave, I see you're now the BoincStudio master for America hours ;)

Just a little precision, BoincManager isn't require by BoincStudio. However, boinc.exe is required (BoincManager launchs boinc.exe if not running). You can launch boinc.exe in command line window, or better, under service.

I guess those French immersion classes in school are finally paying off!

One question though, how do I launch boinc.exe as a service? It does not appear in the windows service manager.

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

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