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Message 203 - Posted: 8 Nov 2007, 10:33:10 UTC

Is running fine on my Fedora 7 host. I'm finishing them in roughly 90 seconds.

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Message 224 - Posted: 8 Nov 2007, 20:24:59 UTC - in response to Message 203.  

Is running fine on my Fedora 7 host. I'm finishing them in roughly 90 seconds.

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great :) that sounds about right
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Message 465 - Posted: 15 Nov 2007, 14:04:40 UTC - in response to Message 224.  

My Linux machines are happily crunching away. I've got it running on Red Hat Enterprise Desktop 5.1 (which I believe is based on FC7). I've also got it running on a couple of Gentoo boxes. They all seem to be cruising along just fine.
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Message 548 - Posted: 23 Nov 2007, 20:17:31 UTC
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I'm a linux noobie and I've got Ubuntu 6.06 installed (not running as a live CD) as a Virtual Machine on a Windows XP host. This will happily run LHC, Cosmology and Pirates (on the rare occasion they're available) but all the Milkyway wus I have downloaded have errored out as soon as the wus start. I guess I'm missing some libraries, but which, where can I get them, and how would I go about installing them? Please be gentle with me.
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Message 562 - Posted: 24 Nov 2007, 21:34:59 UTC - in response to Message 548.  
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I'm a linux noobie and I've got Ubuntu 6.06 installed (not running as a live CD) as a Virtual Machine on a Windows XP host. This will happily run LHC, Cosmology and Pirates (on the rare occasion they're available) but all the Milkyway wus I have downloaded have errored out as soon as the wus start. I guess I'm missing some libraries, but which, where can I get them, and how would I go about installing them? Please be gentle with me.


Hi. Seems we've got the same problem. According to this link: http://packages.ubuntu.com/dapper/base/libc6 your Ubuntu has glibc 2.3.6, but science app is linked against 2.4. As far as I know you can't get (at least easily) this version of library without upgrading to newer Ubuntu.

I'm using Mandriva 2006 which also has glibc 2.3.x so I started a thread about this problem here: "GLIBC version".

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Message 650 - Posted: 27 Nov 2007, 11:40:11 UTC

Thanks Mateusz,
At least I know now that it isn't something I'm doing wrong. I'm already over my free bandwidth for the month so I'll not be downloading any upgrade version just now. I only put it on here as a Virtual Machine so that it would show as a different host to get around a restictive wus-per-host limit on another project.
Will any newer version simply overlay onto what I have or will I have to reinstall Boinc as well? Like I said, totally new to Linux.
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