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Tomny
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« on: June 24, 2004, 03:30:11 am »

Anyone tried it out yet?  Does SetiSpy work with the new client?

http://science.slashdot.org/science/04/06/23/2011236.shtml?tid=134&tid=160&tid=164&tid=185
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« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2004, 04:11:07 am »

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What SETIQueue (and related programs) still work?

These programs, which have been very useful with SETI@home Classic, won't work with BOINC. But some of their functions can be performed by other means:

    * The buffering of multiple work units is provided by the BOINC client itself - you can specify how much work your computer should get each time it contacts the server.
    * Hosts that are not directly connected to the Internet, but share a LAN with one that is, can participate in BOINC using an HTTP 1.0 proxy such as Squid for Unix or FreeProxy for Windows.
    * Hosts that have no network connection currently cannot participate in BOINC. A solution may be developed in the future.

I bet boinc will suck, and people will still want to use their own programs/scripts to run the seti client

bah just realised i have to stop downloading work units using my buffer and let it process through them all   Angry
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