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1) Message boards : Number crunching : Vote for the MilkyWay favicon! (Message 8271)
Posted 12 Jan 2009 by ProfileYuRi
Post:
I'll vote for #7
2) Message boards : Number crunching : post milkyway_i686-pc-linux-gnu problems here (Message 7881)
Posted 20 Dec 2008 by ProfileYuRi
Post:
SUSE linux (2.6.5-7.191-smp), BOINC v.5.10.45

still get an error:

20/12/2008 14:52:50|Milkyway@home|Starting nm_stripe86_fr1_242469_1229776663_0
20/12/2008 14:52:50|Milkyway@home|Starting task nm_stripe86_fr1_242469_1229776663_0 using milkyway version 7
20/12/2008 14:52:54|Milkyway@home|Computation for task nm_stripe86_fr1_242469_1229776663_0 finished
20/12/2008 14:52:54|Milkyway@home|Output file nm_stripe86_fr1_242469_1229776663_0_0 for task nm_stripe86_fr1_242469_1229776663_0 absent


<core_client_version>5.10.45</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
process exited with code 127 (0x7f, -129)
</message>
<stderr_txt>
milkyway_0.7_i686-pc-linux-gnu: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

</stderr_txt>
]]>
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Faster application (links inside) (Message 5713)
Posted 31 Oct 2008 by ProfileYuRi
Post:
A bit early, but I think it does not make much difference to the crunchers from the Americas and the time may be more convenient for our European friends (sorry for the Australians).

As promised, here are the Links:


Thanx, Milksop, Crunch3r and other guys!
4) Message boards : Number crunching : I think you made your point !! (Message 5580)
Posted 23 Oct 2008 by ProfileYuRi
Post:
MilkyWay isn't the project with the highest credit rate per hour.
It is way beaten by PS3Grid, where you can make at least over 150 Credits/hour even with the slowest NVidia card!


But only with cards that run Cuda 2.0 compiled applications.

My Geforce 8800 GTS support only 1.0. So even recognized by BOINC as CUDA device, it still get "Full-atom molecular dynamics is not available for your type of computer". :(




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