Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by Fin, Jun 7, 2001.
that would be 51 tim? :rolleyes
I only get problems with brining the program to the front of Windows, and sometimes it just hangs. Other than that, its ok.
Nice score Stiffer - you running it on a Cray II or something?
Yeah it never seems to want to come on top, bit dodgy :/
But i just completed my first thingy
yeah it'll hang my win a bit too @ start up, so if I'm gaming I'll kill it...
Stats have updated a bit, some points gained and results returned
How the hell can they rate my NIC as 38/100??
Clearly Intel has something to say here. Mein is running 100 Mbit just as the Intel NIC it's compared too
yeah my lovely 3com 10/100 got rated pants as well
My USB ADSL is 22
you can read why you "lose" some % when you shutdown the program in the F.A.Q.
It's being worked on, as well as downloading multiple packets at once.
I'm now running the cancer proggy in normal thread priority instead of idle :cool:
For the time being any way
Well I downloaded the client at work aswell, and I'm sure you can all imagine how idle my comp's cpu at my work is.
If we all did it, we would prolly have a cure in a month
I did the same today Apoc, trying to double the units up. Not like its competitive or anything, lol. Gamers.
Hmmm Competition :/ Arg thats not fair !!
*Looks around for a idle PC*
AHAH ! Ok bring it on fellers :p
Go Dr Tim
Unfortunately the cure for cancer is still long off i believe, although u might be happy to know it does take a fair few mutations b4 it can arise and become bad ass malignent and invade stuff
maybe one day
Hmmm I can see this MYM is no easy competitor, so be it MYM this is WAR
your getting spanked Phear, nearly a 1000 points behind
Does anybody know how to get WinGate to disconnect the dialup connection by itself ? I set it to disconnect after 30 seconds idle time, but I doesn't work.
That way I could let the programm run overnight without having to leave the Internetconnection up the whole time. Which I don't atm, because I pay per second.
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