Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
I switched over from the WCG manager to the 64 bit BOINC manager just now.
After looking through my other system I found the option. Under 'Advanced' -> 'Options' make sure the 'Enable Manager exit' option is checked and press OK. When you close the manager via 'File' -> 'Exit' you will see this pop up:
Make sure both options are checked, and whenever you close the science apps will close as well.
Hope that helps!
I actually have that checked and it doesn't seem to do anything
Oh, thats strange. Hopefully someone else knows whats up then.
Apparently that options works when I run the program under admin mode. Anyone know of a way to get it to work under regular user mode?
Yea my Q is a heater as well!
We might have all move back a spot, but our team is moving forward! Thanks for the help!
We'll take it!
sorry guys that i don't have much crunching power ATM but my folding power is crazy compared to before
250x13 3250 mhz; 1750mhz ht;2000mhz NB @ 1.2v, ram 833mhz 5-5-5-18-28-poorest subtiming available-195 @ 1.972v -.-
Guys, I'm putting up my watercooling setup for sale tonight. Letting you guys know first. You'll need anything let me know and i'll give you a great price for crunchers. If not it goes to FS thread.
Just (barely) made the 1,000,000 (WCG) mark:
Im Crunchin away.... need to get my sig working tho I guess.
BIG CONGRATS TO YOU!!!!
DAMN IT, I went to install a 9800GTX in my machine. The green light is on in the back of the card so I know it's working BUT NOTHING ON THE SCREEN. I tried the other slot, and still nothing.
Errr I wonder if this ASUS EVO has a problem with N cards.....I also went into bios, and turned off onboard but that didn't help eaither. It did boot with the card in, and the monitor hooked on the motherboard so I know it's not locking up the system....
Should I check the box?
I would beta test, but I would hate for it to cause an error and BSOD or crash my rig. Loose Crunching and Folding time?! Its hard enough fighting off these random EUEs!
So quick question, has any one heard of boinc being run in a computer farm setup at home? I know there is a way to set folding up for that but has any one done boinc like that.
Mike047 used to have a huge farm (30+ IIRC) of AMD Athlon 3800X2s. Farms are very possible
Yeah I bought a lot of 6 Rosewill Z1 coolers off him
Well I don't manage a huge farm... but I am having bsod problems of my own right now so I can't afford to throw that uncertianty in the mix.
I used to run 18 computers, I used 4 port KVM switches to one monitor. But there is a program called boincview.
I hope it is of some help to you.
I have four of my machines running in the attic, folding and crunching, without any monitors.
I use Boincview/FahMon to keep an eye on them and UltraVNC if I need to connect to them.
I've not setup BoincView yet.. but I use FahMon for folding and UltraVNC for local/farm, and VPN for remote PC's. You can always login to WCG website to check PC's that have crunched in a period of days. So, Yes farms are welcome!
I wrote a guide to BOINCview that I think is clearer, see my sig
BOINCView is great, I use it to monitor all of the computers in my house (the other ones I just check every couple days via WCG). I strongly suggest that you set it up
Yea, I've seen your guide, and it looks great! I plain to use it, when I find time to set it up. Thanks!
imma look into boinc view, see if I can eliminate a monitor in my room.
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