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Sorry to burst your bubble, but I have tried that before for crunching. It killed my usb 2.0 flashdrive. The usb 3.0 flashdrive I tried survived but overtime the system became corrupt. For short term use it is great though, just not long term.
Actually, it's great for long term use. If you use it properly.
The thing is, a flash drive is essence the same technology as SSDs. But unlike an regular SSD, flash drives:
· are build with unplug-ability in-mind (read: with people who just jack them out in mind) and while an SSD withholds flushing (i.e. actually writing) the data as much as possible, a flash drive tends to write it ASAP
· have pretty much no scratch space available, along with basically no overprovisioning
· generally have NO support for things like trimming

all that along with the fact people tend to install that stuff using a filesystem highly unsuitable for flash media, rapidly accelerates wear on the drive.

For tasks like crunching, it's absolutely essential to use a ramdisk. (which is so easy to [automatically] set up on Linux, it's basically a crime to not do it in such cases).
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Other than that, having a long-term Linux installation on a flash drive is a very viable thing. I personally got a fully functional linux installation (not some "liveCD"-like crap) on a flash drive and use it for years – insta-desktop fulfilling any of my normal needs in a pocket.
 
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Having all the data in ram like puppy linux would be possible long term. That is true and you both have me there.
 
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Hey, @james888! Thanks for sharing your past experiences.

In this case I would try to minimize flash drive workload as much as possible by doing the following:
>Install a minimal GNU/Linux system... The smaller the better.
>Put all the program data (folding@home, boinc) to memory (ram disk) and initialize from there.

That would minimize flash drive access... And only save the modified data to flash drive at regular intervals (every 1 hour or more).

And for best results... Try to get the entire system to boot from flash drive and keep running itself from RAM that way the flash drive work will be reduced to almost nothing.

Not sure if it would work. LOL!
It would work for Boinc, not sure for F@H. -> Getting BOINC setup without drives
 
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Well, I have a question: Isn't it possible to run BOINC without GUI!? There's no command line server available as in F@H?

That would save tons of resources by not requiring a desktop environment... LOL!
 
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I was using it specifically for boinc, and I don't think you had that thread up when I tried for the first time. I used ubuntu installed on a usb.
So Ubuntu runs on the USB key which kills it? The thread is to run Boinc without drives, even USB drives. The USB drive is only used to boot (and save once an hour if needed). The OS runs on the RAMDrive.

Well, I have a question: Isn't it possible to run BOINC without GUI!? There's no command line server available as in F@H?

That would save tons of resources by not requiring a desktop environment... LOL!
It wouldn't save tons or resources, light distros like Porteus uses less than ~160MB to run with a GUI, so why bother when most computers have 2GB+. If your cruncher is an old Pentium @350MHz with 32MB, you're better just turn it off since it's so slow that when it finishes a unit the deadline is already over. In other words, if your computer is strong enough to crunch, it's strong enough to run a GUI.
 
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It wouldn't save tons or resources, light distros like Porteus uses less than ~160MB to run with a GUI, so why bother when most computers have 2GB+.
I just thought it would be better to keep low on resources as much as possible, so more processing power is available to them. Sorry!
 
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I just thought it would be better to keep low on resources as much as possible, so more processing power is available to them. Sorry!
They would not really have more processing power. Once all the windows are opened, it doesn't really take any processing power, it only eats RAM. So as long as you have enough RAM, it shouldn't even take 0.1% (maybe taken by the graphical clock on the taskbar) of compute power. The time taken just to configure BOINC without a GUI would impact more the PPD than configuring it with a GUI.
 

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Hey, @james888! Thanks for sharing your past experiences.

In this case I would try to minimize flash drive workload as much as possible by doing the following:
>Install a minimal GNU/Linux system... The smaller the better.
>Put all the program data (folding@home, boinc) to memory (ram disk) and initialize from there.

That would minimize flash drive access... And only save the modified data to flash drive at regular intervals (every 1 hour or more).

And for best results... Try to get the entire system to boot from flash drive and keep running itself from RAM that way the flash drive work will be reduced to almost nothing.

Not sure if it would work. LOL!
that's a very good idea.
 

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Debian with Awesome. It's simply awesome.
All I see is a wallpaper. Probably should include some open windows,etc so we can actually see the styling.
 
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All I see is a wallpaper. Probably should include some open windows,etc so we can actually see the styling.
Awesome is so bare bones you are basically looking at what it is. It's a menu bar with a small window manager.
 
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IO...excuse my ignorance, but is that an nvidia wallpaper? Since I'm now able to get the latest nvidia drivers through PPA in ubuntu+gnome and I bought a couple of eVGA video cards...I wouldn't mind one of these as a wallpaper. Do you have a link?

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IO...excuse my ignorance, but is that an nvidia wallpaper? Since I'm now able to get the latest nvidia drivers through PPA in ubuntu+gnome and I bought a couple of eVGA video cards...I wouldn't mind one of these as a wallpaper. Do you have a link?

Best,

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Sorry for the delay. Been busy with life lately. Yes indeed it is. Here is a link to it and additional Nvidia wallpapers. http://hdwallpapersfast.info/18-nvidia-wallpapers/
 
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Well, I have a question: Isn't it possible to run BOINC without GUI!? There's no command line server available as in F@H?

That would save tons of resources by not requiring a desktop environment... LOL!
I know that you posted this several months ago but, IIRC, the BOINC client has a linux daemon that can be started aside from the GUI interface and that you can use the GUI interface on another machine to connect to the headless instance of BOINC.
https://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Stop_or_start_BOINC_daemon_after_boot

I'm with you on this one @Blue-Knight. It's not realistic to expect X to be available when BOINC could very well be running on a headless server.
 
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I'm with you on this one @Blue-Knight. It's not realistic to expect X to be available when BOINC could very well be running on a headless server.
Technically, you can install X even on a headless server using a virtual frame buffer, but this is really tricky and shouldn't be necessary when the client could simply be made command line or daemon based.
 
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