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    No problem edit away

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    Hey TL I get this in my Log:

    Arguments: -forcesse

    Warning:
    By using the -forceSSE flag, you are overriding program
    safeguards that monitor the stability of SSE
    instructions on your system. If you did not intend
    to do this, please restart the program without
    -forceSSE. If work units are not completing fully,
    then please discontinue use of the flag.

    Dat OK?

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    Yep that's fine. -forceasm did the same thing but you never saw the warning. I have it running and it has not caused any problems for me on any of the rigs.

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    TL,

    What is the procedure for getting the Fold to start at boot up under Linux? I manage my linbox via ssh console 90% of the time, so I can start a fold, obv lose it when I close the session. I see you are using it under FCore.

    Tnx

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    Using it is stretching it - I have it on CD ready to install on my Fedora machine once I get an internet connection at my new office. I'll let you know when I find out, or you can let me know if you find out earlier. I think Norm is also running F@H under Fedora so he may know already.

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    Thanks. I tried...and ended up knocking three services offline, including Apache and Webmin...

    <-n00b

    If I can get this working, I&#39;ll have two boxes (1.0ghz Linux and a 1.2ghz Linux) to bring into &#39;the fold&#39;.

  7. #27
    Via Webmin (http://localhost:10000)->Others:

    Created a custom command: dMw Folding

    Command: ./FAH4Console-Linux.exe -forcesse
    Run in directory: Folding
    Run as user: root
    [x]Use User&#39;s Environment
    Command Outputs HTML: yes (so you can see it kick off)
    {save}

    Then invoke the command from the main custom page. It&#39;s not automatic yet, but if your box is stable, this should work well for the average user.

    > ps -A
    PID TTY TIME CMD
    1673 ? 00:13:24 FahCore_65.exe

  8. #28
    Originally posted by TeaLeaf@Nov 8 2003, 09:37 AM
    Not many people suffer from any lag or stutter when running F@H, but if you are one of the few who do, then just reduce the maximum CPU utilisation from 100% to 90%. This &#39;cushion&#39; will solve the problem straight away.

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    How do I do this? F@H is running as a service and it warns not to start console from folder if service running.

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    Stop it running as a service, then start it manually with the -config flag appended and it will ask for the options.

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