1) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Translantations to other langueges (Message 15818)
Posted 14 Dec 2006 by Profile Mchl
Post:
BTW: We've translated into Polish articles from 'About LHC@home' as well as 4 status reports and FAQ.
They're all available here:
http://www.boincatpoland.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=list_pages_categories&cid=2
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Discepency in Credits? (Message 14156)
Posted 24 Jun 2006 by Profile Mchl
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I told Willy at BOINCstats about LHC problems and he probably disabled importing stats from the project to avoid corrupted data.
See here

But indeed files in http://lhcathome.cern.ch/stats/ are dated Jul 21st 2006
3) Message boards : Number crunching : sign up now! (Message 8482)
Posted 13 Jul 2005 by Profile Mchl
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> > account creation is enabled!
>
> And boy am I glad to finally be on!
>
> And whoa... does LHC have one of the most slick screensavers around? Sweet!
>
>
Oh yes, it does ;-)
4) Message boards : LHC@home Science : Is there a site to check LHC scientific results? (Message 3854)
Posted 15 Oct 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> > > Different results for same wu's?
> >
> > Lets coin the term 'Distributed Quantum Computing'
> > Sometimes a bit is 1.. sometimes it's 0.
> >
> And dont forget the best bit!
>
> I can be both! while being nither! WOOO its logic and you know it =)
>
>
Does it has something to do with dead cats? ;-)
5) Message boards : Number crunching : @CERN Staff-Thank you for-NOT-reset the credits ;-) (Message 3002)
Posted 1 Oct 2004 by Profile Mchl
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>1.10.2004 18:24 UTC
>We are sorry for not clarifying the credit question earlier. Because all the workunits processed by the beta testers have been of value to the project, we have decided to not reset the credits.

Set, preset, reset or not. Thanks for making up your mind ;-)

6) Message boards : Number crunching : @mb-it is possible to start the CRAY XD1 to help crunching (Message 2999)
Posted 1 Oct 2004 by Profile Mchl
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That seem sensible to me. I read that Cray's OS is not Windows (that didn't surprise me) nor linux (that was not a big surprise either) but something called Super Unix. A surprise to me is that sixtrack could run on it without any alterations in code.
MB, did you get any output files from your Cray experiment?
7) Message boards : Number crunching : @mb-it is possible to start the CRAY XD1 to help crunching (Message 2969)
Posted 1 Oct 2004 by Profile Mchl
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8) Message boards : Number crunching : @mb-it is possible to start the CRAY XD1 to help crunching (Message 2966)
Posted 1 Oct 2004 by Profile Mchl
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Why dont you run CPDN on it? I am sure folks there would be happy with some units actually finished. And we would now how long would it take for Cray to do one CPDN unit. Go for it! Do at least one run! ;-)
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Best way to remove old hosts (Message 2904)
Posted 30 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> I have quite a lot of computers listed that no longer contribute to the
> project.
> They can't be deleted as they have credit so the next best thing is to merge
> as many as I can.
>
> The thing is that they are multi CPU machines which accumulated quite a lot of
> credit whilst they were active.
> When/IF I merge them they will likely appear high up on the top computers
> list.
> I don't really want to hijack the list, so is there any other options ?
>

Will deleting a host will also affect accumulated credit? That would be strange at least.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : user world map (Message 2863)
Posted 30 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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That's my guess, but probably one. Given his/hers location can be estimated.
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Boinc 4.11 (Message 2841)
Posted 30 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> > Also.. what does 4.11 fix over 4.09?
>
> Been running 4.11 for a couple of days now, hasn't had any problems, but it
> does appear to fix the error 113 problem (which I was getting on all my
> projects).
>
>
I get 113 every time I am experiencing network access problems. (i.e. my router is down)
12) Message boards : Number crunching : what is tunescan? (Message 2791)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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As far as I remember there was a post about it. Someone reported same thing the staff said they're investigating it.
Got one of these units. Can't wait to process it ;-)
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Boinc 4.11 (Message 2788)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> Do not run the Boinc_gui.exe client. Instead, run the Boinc_Cli.exe client.
> After you get it setup with the Boinc_gui.exe client, shut it down. Go into
> the windows command prompt box and CD to your boinc folder. Then type the
> following "boinc_cli.exe -install". Go into the windows services and click
> on the Boinc service. Click the logon tab and click "Local system account".
> Start the service. DO NOT let your Boinc_gui client start at start up (very
> dangerous). Just take it out of your startup folder.
>
Thanks. Seems I managed. Now am trying to install SetiSpy. ;-)

Did that too. Had to install .NET though I'am not really sure what it is. Now, lesse if I can translate this spy thing...
14) Message boards : Number crunching : what is tunescan? (Message 2787)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> I got a WU here that estimates at 11 hours instead of the usual 1 and instead
> of starting v64lhc it starts v64tunescan...
>
> Just curious, anyone know anything?
>
>
http://lhcathome.cern.ch/forum_thread.php?id=531
15) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Sixtrack still in BETA (Message 2778)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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I thought you over-looked that, but seem to have underestimated you ;-)
16) Message boards : Number crunching : Boinc 4.11 (Message 2772)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> I run all my Boinc clients as a Windows XP service and check them with
> Boincview. I'm running 4.09 right now, but thought about going to 4.11
>
>
Since you have several hosts, you may try on one or two. I would for sure.

Could you please tell me where can I find info on how to run BOINC as a service?
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Boinc 4.11 (Message 2770)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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> Anyone tried Boinc 4.11 yet?
>
>
>
Some ppl on S@H say they have and got no problems.
They say also, that you should run 4.11 only if you know what you're doing.
18) Message boards : Cafe LHC : Sixtrack still in BETA (Message 2760)
Posted 29 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
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So LHC@home is out of beta. Great.
Yet we still use Sixtrack 4.46 which reports as Beta-release.
Or has it been changed in version that is avilable to download now?
19) Message boards : Cafe LHC : HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY (Message 2636)
Posted 28 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
Post:
Wszystkiego najlepszego!

(In case you didn't get an idea, post 'Happy Birthday' (or whatever you find appropriate) in your language)
20) Message boards : Number crunching : New rules for forums (Message 2622)
Posted 28 Sep 2004 by Profile Mchl
Post:
One more thing. Now you have cleared most of the boards, yet on my account page the number of posted messages remains the same (though the link leads to the short list of non-deleted posts)


<------- And look here! This number is also too high! Or should it be the counter of all posts, whether deleted or not?
I have similar problem on S@H boards, but there the number is too low (and not updating) ;-)


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