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  1. #466
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    Morning all. Did a little counting on a few folks to see how many
    different proteins are being folded. Close race.

    E_O 53
    Taz 55
    Dok 61 Lots of little ones!
    Lude 40
    Tigs 50

  2. #467
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    Originally posted by dlcampbe
    Yep!

    Gonna make a trip to the City today.......WOW!

    Sounds like fun.

    I don't have a thing planned but to build a few cities of my own today.

  3. #468
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    Maybe I'll stop by Fry's and look at games

  4. #469
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    Originally posted by dlcampbe
    Maybe I'll stop by Fry's and look at games
    Good idea!

  5. #470
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    BBL, gotta wash my hair and comb my face.

  6. #471
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    Originally posted by >''<
    Morning all. Did a little counting on a few folks to see how many
    different proteins are being folded. Close race.

    E_O 53
    Taz 55
    Dok 61 Lots of little ones!
    Lude 40
    Tigs 50

    Hi Taz, at least someone who understood how to use this f*g counters

  7. #472
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    Originally posted by OldFrog

    Hi Taz, at least someone who understood how to use this f*g counters
    Morning sir! I kinda like this little one. Nice and compact.

  8. #473
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    Funny, looking at my dancing friends, one would think I
    truely love Linux

    At work, we have a small Unix server running Sun 5.0.
    I'd put seti on it but can't even figure out how to get
    to the internet on it. It has dsl and modem hookups
    but all those strange commands

  9. #474
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    Originally posted by >''<
    Funny, looking at my dancing friends, one would think I
    truely love Linux

    At work, we have a small Unix server running Sun 5.0.
    I'd put seti on it but can't even figure out how to get
    to the internet on it. It has dsl and modem hookups
    but all those strange commands
    Well... you dont need no rest, go and start reading how to do it

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    Originally posted by >''<
    Morning all. Did a little counting on a few folks to see how many
    different proteins are being folded. Close race.

    E_O 53
    Taz 55
    Dok 61 Lots of little ones!
    Lude 40
    Tigs 50
    Please note that we are #3 in having the the most diversity among projects, but #9 in the team rankings! What's WRONG with this picture? We did 14 WU's over night... 9 of them were .3 ptrs.

    Oh, and take a look at the stats for project 489. We are #4 on that list! I think Stanford hates us right now. lol

  11. #476
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    LOL I've recorded at least 43 different side chain projects
    between 410 and 499 but not one 489. Thanks for taking
    my share!

    I'm back on Hairpins. They must be able to sense the
    power of the almighty dualie!

  12. #477
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    Originally posted by >''<
    LOL I've recorded at least 43 different side chain projects
    between 410 and 499 but not one 489. Thanks for taking
    my share!

    I'm back on Hairpins. They must be able to sense the
    power of the almighty dualie!

    <-- stuck in sidechain hell, still.

  13. #478
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    Originally posted by Tigsman


    <-- stuck in sidechain hell, still.
    <---stuck in my chair with a cramp in my big toe

  14. #479
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    Originally posted by >''<

    <---stuck in my chair with a cramp in my big toe
    LOL

  15. #480
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by >''<
    Funny, looking at my dancing friends, one would think I
    truely love Linux

    At work, we have a small Unix server running Sun 5.0.
    I'd put seti on it but can't even figure out how to get
    to the internet on it. It has dsl and modem hookups
    but all those strange commands


    Click on my Linux pic, it will lead you to my SetiLinux page.

    Except the client will be different, the installation should be the same.

    Ask your sysadmin which version of solaris you run (2.6, 2.7, 2.8)

    This client should do the trick.

    Don't worry about the internet connection, I suppose it's a permanent one on a gateway, so the client will phone home by itself.
    Last edited by OldFrog; 02-16-2002 at 11:18 AM.

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