Just how much credit is needed before you can post...

sideband@SETI.USA
sideband@SETI.USA
Joined: 28 Dec 05
Posts: 5
Credit: 25,548,997
RAC: 0
Topic 192682

...to find out if there's any x86_64 apps out there?

I know I haven't crunched any Einstein in a bit, but I'm moving some machines back... and I go to post a question, only to find out that I can't post because I don't have enough credit?

Jeez.. my bank will loan me $100K on my signature, but I don't have enough credit to post a question in a forum where the question would be on-topic?

So, even though it's off-topic, could someone tell me if there is, indeed, an app for x86_64 machines?

Thanks eversomuch.

Dotsch
Dotsch
Joined: 1 May 05
Posts: 50
Credit: 215,423
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Just how much credit is needed before you can post...

In the moment, there is no 64 Bit application for Windows or Linux listed at the apps page.
You can also install a 32 Bit client and crunch with the 32 Bit application till a 64 bit application would be released.

Kirsten
Kirsten
Joined: 18 Jan 05
Posts: 16
Credit: 6,780
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Moved my post to "Problems

Message 63742 in response to message 63741

Moved my post to "Problems and Bugs".

hookedonsaturn
hookedonsaturn
Joined: 5 Jul 07
Posts: 9
Credit: 846
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RE: back... and I go to

Quote:

back... and I go to post a question, only to find out that I can't post because I don't have enough credit?

thats a good question and myself would like to know.It makes it hard to get an answer when you have to post a question away from where the subject is related

Jord
Joined: 26 Jan 05
Posts: 2,952
Credit: 5,605,157
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RE: thats a good question

Message 63744 in response to message 63743

Quote:
thats a good question and myself would like to know.It makes it hard to get an answer when you have to post a question away from where the subject is related


At the top of the forum index it says "The Einstein@Home message boards are for use by active project participants only." .. To be able to post in any of the top three forums you need a RAC (Recent Average Credit) bigger than zero, which you can get by crunching, uploading and reporting Einstein results.

If you do not have RAC, you can post in any of the Help Desk forums (the lower three).

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