1) Message boards : Number crunching : LHC@home Alpha petition (Message 14891)
Posted 28 Sep 2006 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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Many thanks Chrulle for taking the time to let us alpha people in on what has been going on over there. Will detach from alpha and re-attach to the LHC project, and pass the info on to my team mates. Again many, many thanks for the update

cheers from cali

deej ô¿ô¬
wwseti.net
2) Message boards : Cafe LHC : LHC Alpha (Message 14874)
Posted 25 Sep 2006 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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I also agree, but wish there was some news about the alpha project, you cant even get into the site anymore. Surely someone on the LHC staff could get us an update as to why all our completed work cannot connect?
3) Message boards : Team invites : Team World Wide S.E.T.I.@LHC (Message 13038)
Posted 14 Mar 2006 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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World Wide S.E.T.I.@LHC is the confluence of SETI@Home crunchers from around the globe. Our primary purpose is to have fun, make new friends and cross all geographic boundaries in participating in one of the Worlds largest Distributed Computing projects. Please drop by our Forum and say Hello. http://www.wwseti.com/forum
4) Message boards : Number crunching : New work soon (Message 8193)
Posted 28 Jun 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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Thank you for the update Markku, will pass it on to our "very anxious' LHC crunching team ;-)
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Holy WU's ... BatMan ... !!! (Message 7396)
Posted 2 May 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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>
> Some wu's finish in less than 4 seconds... but most do the 38 min average....
>

Ah, these were the ones I was worring aboot, just wondered if anyone else was getting these off and on. So I guess its like a S@H WU, it aborts the running due to some inside problem with the WU? Or its an actual 5 minute say CPU time, somewhat concering.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Holy WU's ... BatMan ... !!! (Message 7379)
Posted 1 May 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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Nice to have a full LHC queue, but everyone else having very short CPU time on these? Or is it just my box?
7) Message boards : Number crunching : User of the day: JKeck {LHC} (Message 7083)
Posted 19 Apr 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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> Thank you and yes that is the LHC t-shirt they sent me yesterday.
>

Looks good on you John, and congrats.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : Now we know 'What happened to the prizes?' (Message 6274)
Posted 2 Mar 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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>
> > So who were the lucky winners Markku ?
> >
>
> I suspect that they were listed in the 'old' database.
> ;)
>

Ewww...thats COLD
9) Message boards : Number crunching : checksum errors (Message 5708)
Posted 21 Feb 2005 by Profile D.J. Schweitz
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> I am running BOINC 4.66 on a P4 3.2 prescott and server 2003. After detaching
> and reattaching this project, my checksum error went away, as did the message
> about "invalid keys"
>
> ~Keith
>

Thanks Keith, tried it and it seems to have worked. Am running 4.62 on 2.07 AMD Athlon XP
WXP SP2



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