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Re: UBUNTU Virgin

Postby augie » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:29 pm

Excellent work there Bill! ^*^ :cheerswine: You should get between 1K to 2K PPD. I see you are running an 'a0' core now so I wonder what that's like as it's brand new to me.
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Re: UBUNTU Virgin

Postby BILLMCC66 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 3:37 pm

Thank for all your help and patience with me we had to climb a few hills to get here let's hope we get good results.Image

I was looking at Freds folding, we could sure use some of those big hitters.

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Re: UBUNTU Virgin

Postby augie » Sat Feb 28, 2009 3:45 pm

Oh, I omitted a couple of things in the guide. :embarrassed: :bashhead Kill your client, and restart it with the following command string './fah6 -smp -forceasm -verbosity 9'. Also, go into Vista's Task Manager, locate vmware-vmx.exe rght-clk/Set Affinity and uncheck Cores 2 and 3 and OK out. By doing these two things my production went up by %20! :shocked: ^*^ LOL, the devil's in the details eh? :lol:
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