A switch in the commandline to enable beep sound when unit is ready to send.

vonHalenbach
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Topic 191031

Hello !
I´m using boinc client 5.2.13 under linux. I use it in the commanline version as a background-thread. When boinc happily crunches i do other things with my computer like playing games, burning cd´s or surfing in the depths of the web. Sometimes the package is ready to send to your server but im offline and dont see the boink messages. When that happens the boinc-client backs off and tries later 1min, 2min, 10min, 1h, and so forth. B.t.w. Is there a posibillity if the client backed off 1 hour to force an upload immediately after restablishing the internet connection ?

Greetings from Germany

Michael Karlinsky
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A switch in the commandline to enable beep sound when unit is re

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B.t.w. Is there a posibillity if the client backed off 1 hour to force an upload immediately after restablishing the internet connection ?

Greetings from Germany

Select the "Transfers"-tab. Select the result in question. Use the
"Retry Now" button.

Michael

vonHalenbach
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Select the "Transfers"-tab.


Select the "Transfers"-tab. Select the result in question. Use the
"Retry Now" button.

Wich tab ? I use boinc-client 5.2.13 in the commandline, because the boincmanager won´t work in my Kubuntu 5.10 installation.

greets

vonHalenbach

Michael Karlinsky
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RE: Wich tab ? I use

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Wich tab ? I use boinc-client 5.2.13 in the commandline, because the boincmanager won´t work in my Kubuntu 5.10 installation.

greets

vonHalenbach

Alternatively you could try KBoincSpy.

And there is the hardcore method. (That's what I have done before BOINC had a GUI for Linux.)

Do as follows:

hawkeye@maggie:~> telnet localhost 1043
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
/* your input here */

5
2
8

Use to disable network access. Make sure your gui_rpc_auth.cfg is empty.
(I think this is necessary.)

Michael

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you can use the command line

you can use the command line option..

./boinc_cmd --project update

e.g. to update einstein project

./boinc_cmd --project http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/ update

other command line option can refer to http://boinc.berkeley.edu/boinc_cmd.php

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