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    Default seti @ home [BOINC]

    I was looking for a team to join but it seems all the suse Teams are old / outdated or have no members ? With the only active team being SuSe Linux (pre opensuse)

    Anyone wanna start a opensuse team ??

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    seen my sig ?

    Andy
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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    no but ok

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    check deltaflyer's siganture!

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    ./joined

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    cool, the more the merrier

    Andy
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    To do is to be = Descartes.
    Do be do be do = Frank Sinatra

    SuSE user since 7.0,Linux user since 1994

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    Why look to the stars when there are many unexplained green creatures of the New York sewers?

    I like S@H, too.

    g

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    Angry Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    I am having a problem. I am running BOINC on suse 11, KDE 3.5. The problem is the BOINC/seti client is not starting when I boot my computer. I have to manually start it everytime. I don't want to do that, I lose valueable processing time. Can yo help?

    Richard

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    Default Re: seti @ home [BOINC]

    Quote Originally Posted by richard76801
    I am having a problem. I am running BOINC on suse 11, KDE 3.5. The
    problem is the BOINC/seti client is not starting when I boot my
    computer. I have to manually start it everytime. I don't want to do
    that, I lose valueable processing time. Can yo help?

    Richard
    Hi
    Use a cron job, there is a FAQ on the site how to start it (well there
    use to be...) Else you can add it to your .kde/Autostart directory.

    Remember to use the full path to the application(s) when using cron.

    --
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    up 1 day 1:53, 1 user, load average: 0.14, 0.21, 0.19
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