Do I paste the line into the Terminal? Something else?
I have been looking for a step-by-step for dummies approach but can’t seem to find it.
I have managed to get the windows version running under wine, but would prefer to have it running natively.
The other problem is how do I get the core client to recognise my five cudas? (4 x GTX 295’s and 1 x GTX 260). In Vista its a pig of a process!
Sorry if I have missed a FAQ or readme here that states the obvious, but I am stuck. :\
What I know about Linux could be written on a smallish postage stamp!
On the amazing side of things, the Windows version running in emmulation mode is only .2 of a second slower than normal, for my climate models, 1.56 s/Time Step (TS) vs. 1.36 s/TS (Vista 64). Admittedly, the CPDN files are 32 bit, but still.
david@linux-0lpg:~/BOINC> make boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh executable
make: Nothing to be done for boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh'. make: *** No rule to make target executable’. Stop.
david@linux-0lpg:~/BOINC> make boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh
make: Nothing to be done for `boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh’.
Sorry for the delay in replying but it took me a day just to work out how to install the ‘make’ command.
I also tried running the file and got the following:
Why do you run make on a shell script?
Make is only for C/C++/etc programming languages, not for shell scripts
to make it exacutable, either right-click on the script -> properties and set the permissions there or in a console do chmod +x boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh then run it as ./boinc_6.10.17_x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.sh