You can also add it to your right click menu -
I'm from Northern Ireland
New connection with BT.
[Belated] Congrats on the huge milestone Tex ... awesome achievement
I hope and pray that you make a speedy recovery and things get better for you in the near future.
Really wish you all the best and will keep you in...
Merry Christmas all....:toast:
Are you using Apache or what web server ?
You can set the folder that each site uses in its config IIRC
RARE !! it's like hens teeth..:laugh:
For your passkey go here -
And you can get some info on the sig image here -...
Thanks guy's... :toast:
still one rig down, maybe take awhile ,but I will get it back up running again.
Going to be down a rig for awhile....damned rad sprung a leak...hope it turned itself off before it done any damage.
IIRC ... I have both running @ 4.2, but my voltage is higher, I run about 1.36V.Also use watercooling to keep the temps down.
I have also noticed...
Its a couple of 970's running on Linux systems.Just soo happened that both dumped their WU's about the same time.
Gives a nice wee output for one...
If you haven't another PSU to use, you can buy replacement pins for the connector....
No probs, the first time my mate used his keyboard, it took us a while to work it out.
I am not sure but my mate had a Keysonic and he had a similar problem.
I think it was something to do with the Num Lock button as well.
On the third picture you can see them it along the side of the RAM slots.
Sorry Feanor I'm running a native x64 Linux system on both my -bigbeta rigs (which have the 970's in them).
So, I don't know much about running it...
They are -bigadv..worth about 75K, but take about 1.5 days to complete, so ~45K per day
Here is pic of my HFM , Crunchfolder I & II are 970's and...
At the start they would get ~60K ppd, with the -bigadv WU's, with a healthy overclock.
But the bonus was cut back, not that long ago, and probably...
You can get a guide to installing Folding@home on Ubuntu here.
My 970 @ 4.2 gets about ~90K ppd when folding one of the -bigbeta WU's
Belated Congrats, Captain...thats a big milestone to pass :toast:
You would need a small hacksaw blade to do it, and remove the blade from the saw.
If not, then getting the lend of a drill may be your best bet...
If it dosn't work try the method in my edit.
Maybe, try getting a small flat head screwdriver into one of the slots on the screw, at an angle.
Then tap the screwdriver with a small hammer, in...
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