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Paul D. Buck
Paul D. Buck
Joined: 17 Jan 05
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The other method is to avoid

The other method is to avoid the error prone process. Which is likely to be the long term cure.

arcturus
arcturus
Joined: 11 Feb 05
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RE: Easily cured by running

Message 24000 in response to message 23995

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Easily cured by running the optimized Linux client found here:

http://einsteinathome.org/host/249812/tasks


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correction to link above: http://www.guntec.de/Crunch3r/boincx86.html

jl
jl
Joined: 1 Jan 06
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lmao- tis ok - i had to ask

Message 24001 in response to message 23997

lmao- tis ok - i had to ask :) i'd like to see, with the new dual core processors, to be able to alt-tab between os's... ass rolls by

Quote:
Quote:
how would one optimise a windows client?

reformat the hard drive and install linux! ROFL

sorry, just had to say it.


networkman
networkman
Joined: 22 Jan 05
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At this writing I've got 109

At this writing I've got 109 workunits pending with a claimed value for 4412.92 credit. As another poster pointed out, it's like having money in the bank -- they'll get granted eventually. It's just a matter of time.

It's also somewhat relative: Those with us with higher daily production rates are more likely to be doing workunits that haven't yet been crunched by others just by the sheer volume of work being done. ;)

"Chance is irrelevant. We will succeed."
- Seven of Nine

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