Thanks for the warm welcome folks. It's good to hear from those who've been around the block or so.
Still folding. A recent new job has me have access to a few systems to fold in the background. It's crazy the points one gets per WU these days. Re…
Congrats on the upcoming plans. I know this has been something y'all have wanted for some time. I can't get over how long it's been since we had y'all for the sleep-over. Looking back, it was fun (not the hacking).
Having back-ups …
An outsiders point of view;
It wasn't that long ago when you original Icrontic folks came home from work/school to find you had no home.
With some rabbits being pulled out of a hat by Shorty, and MediaMan (along with many others), you folks …
General Keebler wrote:
Hey Buies, glad to hear from you as always
One question: if both our teams are short on new hosts, how will combining our lack of hosts help us? We'll still have more rigs than we can host...
We're (AMDmb/PC_Perspective) in the same boat with not many qualified folks signing up.
Think about this for a moment without first punching my teeth out.
To expand the possible hosts to draw from, . . . . . . . . . What if…
I've noticed Gro work in the last month or 2 that was using 40-60 MB memory while processing and I have a feeling as they refine the client and the process, the memory footprint will continue to grow.
Good point. :Rocker:
It's making a BIG stink to all involved, but it's now PC_Perspective.com
We've not nailed down the actual Folding Team name as of yet though. Still sorting all that out. :banghead:
And we're glad to work with our partners in the project.
FWIW, you need to go to the properties of the folder you have F@H in and set it to be shared. Unless I'm mistaken, that way, EM-III can place the "speed.emd" file in there. You don't necessarily have to apply it to the sub-folders though.
What about security issues?
We have worked very hard to maintain the best security possible with modern computer science methodology. Our software will upload and download data only from our data server here at Stanford. The Cores are also digita…
The change has been building for some time. And it looks great.
Still got the initial shock to wear off for a few, but all's good.
Did a server CPU/RAM upgrade to.
Y'all've done the upgrade in the last couple of month…