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Quote:robl wrote: look at my

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robl wrote:

look at my list of computers.  then look at:  this link.

 

I am confused.  Those instructions look like they are for the FGRP.  Is that right?  

I am trying to get a different app to work, Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo).  This is the app that says it natively supports linux on ARM.  And it does, with a 32bit OS.  But when I try to run it on a 64bit OS, it fails.  Even with using the alternative platform string.

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Keith Myers
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Quote:zombie67 [MM

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zombie67 [MM wrote:

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robl wrote:

look at my list of computers.  then look at:  this link.

 

I am confused.  Those instructions look like they are for the FGRP.  Is that right?  

I am trying to get a different app to work, Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo).  This is the app that says it natively supports linux on ARM.  And it does, with a 32bit OS.  But when I try to run it on a 64bit OS, it fails.  Even with using the alternative platform string.

Doesn't matter what app. You can't expect to run 32 bit code on a 64 bit OS unless you have the 32bit libraries installed.

The BRP4 ARMV6 1.02 app fails on even 32bit RPi3's.  Only the beta 1.47Neon app works on my Pi3B+.

If you installed the 32 bit libraries on your Pi4 then I don't know what else is wrong.  Ask the the people successfully running the BRP4 app on Pi4's already.

I can't run any ARM32 bit app on my Jetson Nano because my distro does not support any 32 bit libraries.  So I am out of luck with any project that does not have ARM64 bit apps.

 

robl
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Quote:zombie67 [MM

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zombie67 [MM wrote:

]

robl wrote:

look at my list of computers.  then look at:  this link.

 

I am confused.  Those instructions look like they are for the FGRP.  Is that right?  

I am trying to get a different app to work, Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo).  This is the app that says it natively supports linux on ARM.  And it does, with a 32bit OS.  But when I try to run it on a 64bit OS, it fails.  Even with using the alternative platform string.

Oops.  Your are correct - FGRP.  

bowguy
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Using rpiOS 64 bit

For Binary Radio Pulsar Search

Using rpiOS 64 bit beta:

 

sudo apt install  boinc-client boinctui

boinccmd --project_attach einstein.phys.uwm.edu "INSERT YOUR KEY"
cd /var/lib/boinc-client
sudo wget http://kerbodyne.com/einstein/einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo tar -xvf einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo systemctl restart boinc-client 
cd
 

 

Works for me on pi3B and 3CM.  Also works on pi4 but mine are running Rosetta@home

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Does anybody have the updated

Does anybody have the updated link to the 1.47 (NEON) application?  I formatted my Pi and I lost my anonymous app that I built using the 1.47 (NEON) application.  It is annoying that this project does not detect raspberry PIs correctly.

Keith Myers
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Try one of these

Try one of these locations.

    <download_url>http://einstein-dl.phys.uwm.edu/download/einsteinbinary_BRP4_1.47_arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf__NEON</download_url>
    <download_url>http://einstein-dl4.cgca.uwm.edu/download/einsteinbinary_BRP4_1.47_arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf__NEON</download_url>
    <download_url>http://einstein-dl.syr.edu/download/einsteinbinary_BRP4_1.47_arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf__NEON</download_url>

 

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bowguy wrote: For Binary

bowguy wrote:

For Binary Radio Pulsar Search

Using rpiOS 64 bit beta:

 

sudo apt install  boinc-client boinctui

boinccmd --project_attach einstein.phys.uwm.edu "INSERT YOUR KEY"
cd /var/lib/boinc-client
sudo wget http://kerbodyne.com/einstein/einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo tar -xvf einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo systemctl restart boinc-client 
cd
 

 

Works for me on pi3B and 3CM.  Also works on pi4 but mine are running Rosetta@home

 

It's working now.  Thanks!!

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DavidH
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Keith,  Thank you for the

Keith, 

Thank you for the quick turnaround.  That worked perfectly.  I downloaded the "einsteinbinary_BRP4_1.47_arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf__NEON" executable, and paired with a App_info.xml, I now have my raspberry pi 4 chugging along again.  

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bowguy wrote: For Binary

bowguy wrote:

For Binary Radio Pulsar Search

Using rpiOS 64 bit beta:

 

sudo apt install  boinc-client boinctui

boinccmd --project_attach einstein.phys.uwm.edu "INSERT YOUR KEY"
cd /var/lib/boinc-client
sudo wget http://kerbodyne.com/einstein/einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo tar -xvf einstein_64bit_0.13.tar
sudo systemctl restart boinc-client 
cd
 

 

Works for me on pi3B and 3CM.  Also works on pi4 but mine are running Rosetta@home

 

FWIW (Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo)):

- RP4 w/ 32bit Raspberry Pi OS, OC 2.0ghz:  ~27,000 seconds per task

- Same machine w/ 64bit Raspberry Pi OS, with the above app:  ~11,000 seconds per task.

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