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    Welcome Oseth!!

    Glad to have you on the team!!
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    Re: New to the Forums!!!

    Welcome!!
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    Re: Thank you, AMD5150 & Spankinmonkee

    I have six right now.
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    Thank you, AMD5150 & Spankinmonkee

    Good to have you back!!!!
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    Come on Frogs!!!

    We have a chance of gaining back some of the lost ground, kick those systems in the butt and get them goin' again.
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    Re: Returned after 12 years

    Yeah, the forum was always active back then.
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    Re: Returned after 12 years

    Thanks for the welcome.

    To answer your question, to name a few:

    Sick Willie
    wscottcross
    jester
    britgeezer
    lessell
    TheWiseOne
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    Returned after 12 years

    Hi guys,

    I've been gone for 12 years now and have started to fold again........once you start, it's infectious.

    Question, I see lots of names from the past, but they're not folding anymore,...
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    BC, I'm seriously impressed. Not too many people...

    BC, I'm seriously impressed. Not too many people know about the ADCAP. Was involved with it about twelve years ago.

    Rubberband: I had that ECS board folding for awhile and liked it. Only...
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    The actual mhz of the cpu is the determining...

    The actual mhz of the cpu is the determining factor. As stated, the cache or FSB have limited influence on frame times. Therefore, in your example, the Duron at 1.8 would fold faster than the...
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    How many "writes" are the pen drives rated for? ...

    How many "writes" are the pen drives rated for? I've often been curious.
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    The console client does indeed write the data to...

    The console client does indeed write the data to the log file. Look in the directory where the foldiing client is located and the "FAHlog" file should show the progress at that point in time you...
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    The beauty of the "service" setup is that it will...

    The beauty of the "service" setup is that it will run even though the users have been switched, so the kids can switch back and forth all day without interacting with the client and it will keep...
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    When the -forcesse switch is used, the XP's will...

    When the -forcesse switch is used, the XP's will use the SSE optimizations and are more efficient than the P4's. Clock for clock, the XP's will out produce the P4 because of its more efficient FPU. ...
  15. Folding isn't dependent on memory as the Seti...

    Folding isn't dependent on memory as the Seti client is. Folding is dependent on processor speed almost exclusively. In other words, Ramdisk probably wouldn't help. Many tests have been done by...
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    I'll take all the help I can get, thanks.

    I'll take all the help I can get, thanks.
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    Can't believe I came into this one...

    Can't believe I came into this one late....traveling and such. My wife is an alcoholic, sober for awhile now, and whether it's a disease that is genetically based or simply environmental, I don't...
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    CPU is being drop shipped from Newegg and should...

    CPU is being drop shipped from Newegg and should arrive on Monday. Once I have a tracking number I'll PM it to SD.

    XP2600 Barton
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    Makes sense to me. Anyone else? PS The only...

    Makes sense to me. Anyone else?

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    The only reason I took notice was because it was Purdue. I'm from the Big Ten, but not Purdue.
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    One processor = 1300+ pts/day????

    This isn't a complaint, but just simple curiosity. How does one cpu churn out those kinds of daily points. The data below is from the Stanford site and Jason's site. Is there something in the...
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    Knoppix now has a version for clusters, i.e.,...

    Knoppix now has a version for clusters, i.e., diskless/network boot. I've downloaded it and plan to give a try in the near future when I have some time to play, but it's description makes it sound...
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    I've been wanting to do just that with EMIII, but...

    I've been wanting to do just that with EMIII, but haven't figured out how. How do you setup EMIII to generate and automatically upload the page on a prescribed schedule as KDFold does?

    Thanks.
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    Thanks to all, I'll give IPCop a try.

    Thanks to all, I'll give IPCop a try.
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    Smoothwall or IPCop

    I'm planning a dedicated firewall and am wondering which is better, if at all, Smoothwall or IPCop. I know that IPCop has its roots in Smoothwall, but has it been enhanced?

    Does anyone have an...
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    My cooking tastes like an adventure in chemistry.

    My cooking tastes like an adventure in chemistry.
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