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  1. #1
    richard76801 NNTP User

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    I running suse linux 11.0 in KDE 3.5. I'm running seti@home.The following was put in the terminal window:

    richard76801@Night-2:~>[/COLOR] cd BOINC &&\
    > echo "cd \"$PWD\" && exec ./boinc \$@" > run_client &&\
    > echo "cd \"$PWD\" && exec ./boincmgr \$@" > run_manager &&\
    > chmod +x run_client &&\
    > chmod +x run_manager &&\
    > echo use $PWD/run_manager
    use /home/richard76801/BOINC/run_manager
    richard76801@Night-2:~/BOINC> cd "/home/richard76801/BOINC" && exec ./boincmgr $@

    I have to put this in everytime I boot my system. I want to get it where it startsup automatically when I boot my system.

    Can you help

  2. #2
    ab@novell.com NNTP User

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    For my own 'boinc' instance I use the following:

    http://boinc.berkeley.edu/addons/boi...e-1.1.1.tar.gz

    To find it (as I never remember to keep it) I Googled for:

    suse boinc startup script

    Anyway this startup script will run when you set it up properly, which
    in my experience has been trivial but I'll help as I can if you have
    questions and post back in here. As a note on my system I create a user
    that is dedicated to this task ('boincuser') and that makes things nice
    too since I can always find those processes when they frustrate me
    (using my box when I need to use all of its power and don't want to
    worry about it taking up time) and kill them forcefully. Also,
    obviously good for security.

    Anyway, give it a shot. no need to reinvent the wheel in this case I'm
    pretty sure.

    Good luck.





    richard76801 wrote:
    > I running suse linux 11.0 in KDE 3.5. I'm running seti@home.The
    > following was put in the terminal window:
    >
    > richard76801@Night-2:~>
    cd BOINC &&\
    >> echo "cd \"$PWD\" && exec ./boinc \$@" > run_client &&\
    >> echo "cd \"$PWD\" && exec ./boincmgr \$@" > run_manager &&\
    >> chmod +x run_client &&\
    >> chmod +x run_manager &&\
    >> echo use $PWD/run_manager

    > use /home/richard76801/BOINC/run_manager
    > richard76801@Night-2:~/BOINC> cd "/home/richard76801/BOINC" && exec
    > ./boincmgr $@
    >
    > I have to put this in everytime I boot my system. I want to get it
    > where it startsup automatically when I boot my system.
    >
    > Can you help
    >
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