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Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. W2hCYK New Member

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    lol..

    I have my laptop, desktop, sisters desktop, school's xeon, downstairs computer, stupid crap celeron, and i would have had my friends, agh! lol...
     
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  2. FLY3R New Member

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    That Xeon must be producing WU like crazy, WOOT!!
     
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  3. W2hCYK New Member

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    I have yet to see a WU from it, so I'm hoping its working, i'm able to get into the room that its in tomorrow, so I'll have a look, but tomorrow is the only day I can get in there until never again, lol.. I'm transferring schools next year, never going to see it again, i'm hoping they leave it on over the summer, hahaha.. ;-)
     
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    lol, how come you can only go into that room once,lol..


    Any way, in-order to get a thread designated for Folding@Home, I think we should talk to Wizzard. One of us should PM him.
     
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  5. W2hCYK New Member

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    ill pm him,

    and the reason i cant get into it anymore is because its the server for the lower part of the school, and its in the room that used to be my homeroom before classes. now we're taking exams, and i cant get into my "homeroom" anymore because we go right to the exam class.

    didnt get to go to it today either, we had a morning assembly.. :-\
     
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    This IS the thread for F@H...
     
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  7. W2hCYK New Member

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    not just a thread, a subtopic/forum is what I think they mean, and thats what I asked W1zzard about.
     
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    Yeah, that would be awsome, and it would bring much needed attention to Folding@Home.

    By the way what school do you go to, im asking because i went to a school and they called them homerooms and they have a dual Exon server in there.
     
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  9. W2hCYK New Member

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    im transferring from a stupid private school, st rose.. agh i hate it!!!
     
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  10. FLY3R New Member

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    yeah private schools are good for the education and teachers, thats about it, i graduated from mine thankfuly. Well good luck with the new venturs.
     
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    omfg they are not, all the teachers suck and the education is soo poor, theres such a lack of classes, and i hate it so much, i explained this to my mom, thats why I'm transferring.

    I'm not catholic either, and its a catholic school, i HAVE to use my electives on 2 religion courses, but when i transfer next year, i'm going to take digital photography and music theory.

    they have forensics and such as well

    **Kflyer, your in 1st on the team, haha.. what 4 cpu's do you have?
     
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  12. W2hCYK New Member

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    Hrm. too bad html is turned off, or I could run the HTML code right to the forum for live stats showing on this thread's first post. :p
     
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    You can use HTML to the post, not to the sig... Or maybe pm w1z to enable it for you in your sig...
     
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    vB code is On
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    Thats what it says in the bottom left of this page. I have the HTML saved, so if it happens to come on, i'll pop in the stats update.

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    <p align=center><a href=http://www.techpowerup.com/><img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v347/Napalm_Fire/header.jpg"></img></a></p>



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    <TD><b>Date of last work unit</b></TD>

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    <TD><a href="main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=50711&username=Kfly3r"> Kfly3r </a> </TD>

    <TD><a href="http://fah-web.stanford.edu/awards/cert.php?u=Kfly3r&pts=1520" target="_blank"> 1520 </a> </TD>

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    <TD><a href="main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=50711&username=W2hCYK"> W2hCYK </a> </TD>

    <TD><a href="http://fah-web.stanford.edu/awards/cert.php?u=W2hCYK&pts=1349" target="_blank"> 1349 </a> </TD>



    <TD><a href="http://fah-web.stanford.edu/awards/cert.php?u=W2hCYK&pts=10&t=wus&bg=3" target="_blank"> 10 </a> </TD>

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    <TD><a href="http://fah-web.stanford.edu/awards/cert.php?u=i_am_mustang_man&pts=544" target="_blank"> 544 </a> </TD>

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    <TD><a href="main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=50711&username=wtf8269"> wtf8269 </a> </TD>

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    <TD><a href="main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=50711&username=Solaris17"> Solaris17 </a> </TD>

    <TD><a href="http://fah-web.stanford.edu/awards/cert.php?u=Solaris17&pts=13" target="_blank"> 13 </a> </TD>

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    Thats for anyone who wants to give it a shot at posting.
     
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    Oh yeah, I see it sry. PM w1z!
     
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    10 Million points folded for TPU
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    Won't be till next week that I can get going prolly on all of them though. Or mebey I could go in and change all the configurations to this team.
     
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    10 Million points folded for TPU
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    This is Awsome Steevo, glade your ready to start producing those WU for TPU!! I recently am going through ISP changes and will not have a router for a bit, so my folding is also going to slow down.

    rig#1- 3700+ @ 2.6gHz
    rig 2 & 3 are P4 @ 3.2gHz each.
    One of them has DDR2 witch helps for he larger WU
    rig# 4 is a 2.8 gHz IBM

    I ll be adding a few more P4 later on when my modem is back.
     
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    Dang Steevo earlyer i just glanced at your Folding, but now that i had a better read, wow, how many comps do you, or should i say had folding.
     
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    Wow, i got 202 points :D
     
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    yay gigabite!
     
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    lol tell any one you know to Fold and also if you are a Folder, every one put what i have in my sig exactly like it, if every one has an icon about folding and it is seen in other threads it will get more attention, so please if you are an active folder put "Fold for Tech Power Up!!" like mine in your sig.
     
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    Well i figure just for kicks i'll start folding too! I notice though, its only doing 50% of my cpu. Probably a hyperthreading issue there somewhere. And woot just noticed 40,000 out of 4,000,000 steps or something... long way to go
     
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    I can't normally seem to get work - from the console version I just keep getting "Error: Attempt #x to get work failed, and no other work to do."

    Anyone know how to fix this. I can't find anything useful on Google, I've allowed port 8080 through my firewall and my internet is working fine. I can even ping the server which it tries to connect to, I just can't get work.
     
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