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Message 21653 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 19:18:47 UTC

Is that for linux or 'doze? Either way choose your poison -> http://zslip.com/milkyway.htm. Select a 0.19 version to suit your requirements. Since your cpu is capable of SSE3 then choose that, but it is not measureably faster than the SSE2 version - but that might be different under 64 bit versus 32 bit.
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Message 21798 - Posted: 10 May 2009, 14:54:21 UTC

please tell me about x87 version - is this good for 287 coprocessors?

or what?
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Message 21802 - Posted: 10 May 2009, 15:38:27 UTC - in response to Message 21798.  
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please tell me about x87 version - is this good for 287 coprocessors?

Does anyone actually have an SX processor with coprocessor working on BOINC, I wonder!

or what?


Something like a Pentium I that didnt support MMX.

[edit]But I suspect an early Pentium with the FDIV bug wouldnt manage to meet the workunit deadline[/edit]
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Message 23562 - Posted: 28 May 2009, 14:09:56 UTC


A reminder and to new users;

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching. Links to posts are provided which help with the use of the optimized apps, and you can always post your questions on the MilkyWay forums.

Good luck with your crunching, and good luck with the optimized apps. Thanks again to Cluster Physik and speedimic, and to others concerned, for developing and testing these apps for us.



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Message 23592 - Posted: 28 May 2009, 22:50:14 UTC - in response to Message 23562.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.
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Message 23601 - Posted: 28 May 2009, 23:08:40 UTC - in response to Message 23592.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)



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Message 23630 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 11:50:31 UTC - in response to Message 23601.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php
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Message 23636 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 13:12:42 UTC - in response to Message 23630.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php

Clever! ;-)
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Message 23649 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 18:17:27 UTC - in response to Message 23636.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php

Clever! ;-)

Or maybe, stupid. ;) :D
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Message 23661 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 20:36:14 UTC - in response to Message 23630.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php

Instead of credits I'm working on a way for the project to issue gold coins via old 3.5 floppy drive bay. If you are too technologically advanced to still have one of those the project will detect this and the project server, directed by a script, will hammer your internet connection; specifically your BOINC ports. Once the goal of issuing gold coins has been worked out a hostile corporate takeover of Pirates@home will commence.
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Message 23668 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 22:12:02 UTC - in response to Message 23661.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php

Instead of credits I'm working on a way for the project to issue gold coins via old 3.5 floppy drive bay. If you are too technologically advanced to still have one of those the project will detect this and the project server, directed by a script, will hammer your internet connection; specifically your BOINC ports. Once the goal of issuing gold coins has been worked out a hostile corporate takeover of Pirates@home will commence.

Its okay I still have a floppy installed, and its impossible to hammer it - squeak squeak boink, squee....
Of course if you really want to do something amazing you could "unhammer" anyone's broken ZIP drives and get them working again.
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Message 23673 - Posted: 29 May 2009, 23:14:53 UTC

And speaking of hammering servers... reminds me of this:
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Message 23692 - Posted: 30 May 2009, 9:50:02 UTC
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I have added two more countries from which zslip has had visitors; Taiwan and Thailand.

There have been 483 vistors this week, with a daily average now of 69.

The last visitor was from Bratislava, Slovakia. I went to Slovakia on a motor bike once. This photo was taken a few miles away from Bratislava.

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Message 23721 - Posted: 30 May 2009, 20:01:47 UTC - in response to Message 23668.  

zslip.com is a web site that hosts downloads for optimized applications which have been developed by third parties for MilkyWay@home crunching.

And just in case you can't remember that site http://www.creditsathome.com is impossible to forget.

Drat, I'd forgotten about that again. Thanks again Misfit for the link impossible to forget ;)

It never gave me any credits, said Project Unavailable:
29/05/2009 12:47:39 Fetching configuration file from http://www.creditsathome.com/get_project_config.php

Instead of credits I'm working on a way for the project to issue gold coins via old 3.5 floppy drive bay. If you are too technologically advanced to still have one of those the project will detect this and the project server, directed by a script, will hammer your internet connection; specifically your BOINC ports. Once the goal of issuing gold coins has been worked out a hostile corporate takeover of Pirates@home will commence.

Its okay I still have a floppy installed, and its impossible to hammer it - squeak squeak boink, squee....
Of course if you really want to do something amazing you could "unhammer" anyone's broken ZIP drives and get them working again.

But the JAZZ drives were so much better.
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Message 23771 - Posted: 31 May 2009, 14:41:36 UTC - in response to Message 23692.  

I have added two more countries from which zslip has had visitors; Taiwan and Thailand.

There have been 483 vistors this week, with a daily average now of 69.

The last visitor was from Bratislava, Slovakia. I went to Slovakia on a motor bike once. This photo was taken a few miles away from Bratislava.



So is that you on the left or right! :)
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Message 23789 - Posted: 31 May 2009, 17:31:16 UTC - in response to Message 23771.  

I have added two more countries from which zslip has had visitors; Taiwan and Thailand.

There have been 483 vistors this week, with a daily average now of 69.

The last visitor was from Bratislava, Slovakia. I went to Slovakia on a motor bike once. This photo was taken a few miles away from Bratislava.



So is that you on the left or right! :)


LMFAO
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Message 23790 - Posted: 31 May 2009, 17:53:20 UTC - in response to Message 23789.  

I have added two more countries from which zslip has had visitors; Taiwan and Thailand.

There have been 483 vistors this week, with a daily average now of 69.

The last visitor was from Bratislava, Slovakia. I went to Slovakia on a motor bike once. This photo was taken a few miles away from Bratislava.



So is that you on the left or right! :)


LMFAO


Y'all got it wrong ! Ice took the picture of course ;)



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Message 24351 - Posted: 6 Jun 2009, 1:55:28 UTC

I have updated my site with the new 0.19f release from cf.

http://www.arkayn.us/milkyway/
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Message 24454 - Posted: 7 Jun 2009, 8:59:29 UTC



Well done arkayn. I'm on my hols, so sorry for the delay, but zslip is now updated.




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Message 24502 - Posted: 7 Jun 2009, 19:25:31 UTC

any idea when the ATI GPU app will be released for everyone?
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